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Writing an article from your thesis

Liz Beddoe In recent issues of the Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work journal several social work master’s by research graduates have published from their thesis. Here are several examples: Kerri Cleaver on policy changes for state care leaving provisions: read … Continue reading

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The art and science of publishing: From becoming a peer reviewer to being a guest editor

Liz Beddoe and Carole Adamson Beginning career academics face the challenge of learning many new skills. That we will know certain arcane things is often taken for granted. One day an email will arrive asking you to anonymously review an … Continue reading

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Writing articles from your thesis

Writing articles from your thesis makes sense in so many ways: sharing findings, contributing to social work scholarship, ethical responsibility to your participants and other stakeholders. But a thesis can seem unwieldy when considering writing a 6000 word journal article. … Continue reading

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How to do a good peer review

The blinded peer review process is the bedrock of journal publishing ensuring holding the line about what is acceptable for publishing and what is not. There is an increasing demand for academics to publish quality papers and for editors to … Continue reading

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How to write a book review

So you want to start writing- take ┬áthe plunge and think about 2014 being the year that you write your first book review. Here are some tips I have gleaned along the way as a reviewer. And for those readers … Continue reading

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