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  • I will be handing out memory sticks at the end of the presentation (show memory sticks) which contain a copy of this presentation so there is no need to take too many notes.
  • Emerald Group Publishing - background Founded by academics, for academics. Moved into book publishing in 2007.
  • Emerald’s publishing philosophy Want to make the world better managed. Not exclusively ‘academic’ in focus but have always stressed the importance of research with practical application. Committed to improving author, reader and customer experience. That’s why I’m here today.
  • Research you can use Always a good place to start before you start writing is to ask why are you writing, what impact will it have? Why am I doing research? What is it for? The Emerald definition of research that has an impact: research that affects at least one of these areas: Knowledge : Research that makes a contribution to the body of knowledge, generates further research. Teaching & learning : e.g. curricula changes. Practice : business leaders, managers, practitioners, consultants in the public and private sector. Public policy : civil servants, politicians, charities draw on academic research to shape their policies. Economy : research that contributes to organization-level or macro-level wealth creation and business advancement. Society & environment : research that challenges cultural norms, accepted ways of thinking. Impact on how people live their lives e.g. environment, social responsibility. Highlight the impact in your abstract and paper.
  • Editorial supply chain and journal management structure: journals To demystify the publishing process: what happens to your paper after submission, so you know who to ask if there is a problem. Remember at all points in the chain there is a human being involved and you need to manage the people as much (if not more than) the manuscript itself (yes, even reviewers are human beings, although it doesn't always seem like it when reading their comments :-))
  • Being published means … I now move on to the part of the workshop in which I expect you are most interested – the things you need to consider for publishing success. Before I do though, I have to stress that nothing I am about to say will come as a surprise. It is all very simple and really just common sense. However, just because it’s all so simple may mean that you overlook something that then causes your paper to be rejected. I hope that you will be able to take away at least one or two new ideas that will help you improve your writing and submissions for publication. But why go through a publisher in the first place? What does it mean to be published? Your material is permanent, once published - and will have a place within the “body of knowledge”. It will always be there for future research. This is particularly important when you bear in mind the fact that many of the articles that are downloaded from the Emerald Fulltext database are not from current volumes, but from previous ones. In fact, our most downloaded article was published in 1994 [a marketing paper by Christian Grönroos] and that has been downloaded over 20,000 times (From Marketing Mix to Relationship Marketing: Towards a Paradigm Marketing Shift, Christian Grönroos, Management Decision, Vol 32, No 2, 1994) Emerald is also part of the LOCKSS programme (Lots Of Copy Keep Stuff Safe). Even if we go bust tomorrow, or all our own databases and back-ups fail completely, all our content will still be available to libraries worldwide via LOCKSS. Your paper is improved through the interventions of the reviewers, especially if revision is required, and the careful checking and corrections by the sub-editors and proof-readers. And, finally, your paper is promoted through the journal’s name and the databases to a much wider audience. Being published means that your material is trustworthy – someone apart from you thinks that it is good. Other influential people, such as the editor and the reviewers in your field, think that it is worthy of publication. Reviewers are subject specialists, with whom you normally may not have the opportunity to share your research and findings. Their comments should be viewed not as criticism but as constructive feedback on how to improve and refine your work, and so contribute more effectively to the body of knowledge.
  • Ideas: where to start Since you are here today, you are probably aware of the importance of getting published e.g. for your future academic career and to attract research funding, a higher salary. Getting published is an investment in your academic career. But where do you start? Is anyone working on a doctoral or masters thesis? Can get 2-3 papers out of a good PhD. MBAs can often lead to great papers because they are heavily based in the world of work, involve case studies: things people can learn from. Can be turned into a fantastic paper. Conference presentations often make very good papers, get feedback from your peers. You are doing all this work anyways so we want to help you to get papers out of it. No clear solution: Just because you don’t have the answer does not mean you cannot write about it or draw attention to the question, may lead to new research.
  • Co-authorship as a possibility Co-authorship is often a good opportunity for first-time authors. Adds value and weight to the paper, can draw on a variety of strengths, cross-disciplinary. Three caveats: 1) People have different writing styles and may even contradict each other: make sure the paper reads as a whole and as one voice, there are no conflicting statements of duplications. 2) Do not have to share the work evenly. Instead, play to your individual strengths: one author might be better at data analysis, one a better writer. Let the statistician do the stats! 3) Agree and clarify order of appearance of authors. Very important since this cannot be changed after publication. Decide on who should be the corresponding author: should be the person quickest to reply to emails. There is always something that needs clarifying e.g. missing reference, copyright etc. If it takes three weeks for you to reply, the publication of your paper will be delayed. The quicker the publisher receives a reply, the quicker you paper will get published.
  • What should YOU be looking for We know what reviewers are looking for but what should you be looking for? Is there anyone here who has not heard of Thomson Reuters ISI? It’s a journal ranking system devised to measure the quality of journals based on citations. It is not the only system but it’s an important one; influences how university funding is allocated. Emerald work with ISI and acknowledge their importance and many of our journals are ISI-ranked. However, there are other ways of ranking journals. Can’t tell you where to publish but can tell you what to consider. Depends on where you want to work, some universities want you to publish in specific journals, in ISI ranked journals, may want you to publish one article in a top ranked journal or 5 in any journal. Be political and strategic about where to submit your article.
  • Target! Be realistic – you probably won’t get published in a top journal straight away Cover letter: Mention your research area and track record; the main findings of your research; the significance of your research.
  • What makes a good paper? What are editors and reviewers looking for? Perhaps the most important slide. If you go by the 80-20 rule, you will forget about 80% of what I tell you today. Try to keep this slide in the 20% bracket. Many of these 10 points can make or break your chances of having your paper accepted. Reviewers will use a checklist of criteria based on these factors and will tick off whether your paper meets these factors and indicate where there are problems. 1) Your paper should have something new to say, take the body of knowledge somewhere new. Top thing reviewers look for! 2) It should refer to and relate to other recent research ; demonstrate you know the stand of existing research and that your work builds on it. 3) The methodology should be clear so that conclusions can be assessed and validated. This is the method I used and these are the conclusions I can reasonable expect to see; don’t try to change the world from a study of 20 people. 4) The paper has to communicate well – clear structure, sensible headings, avoid undue repetition, short, concrete sentences, easy to read etc. Say what you are going to say, say it, say what you have said. Introduction, research methodology, results, conclusion and discussion. 5) Build up your case logically. 6) Emphasise the “so what” factors i.e. the importance / impact of your findings, implications for future research. 7) References should be complete, accurate, recent and relevant. 8) Internationality does NOT mean writing only about international issues. It means readers might want to use your methodology for conducting research on e.g. HR in the UK to examine issues in their own region. 9) Be absolutely sure your paper meets the journal’s editorial scope and objectives. Get lots of papers from people who don’t do this, one of the main reasons why papers are rejected. Get access to a copy of the journal beforehand, make sure your paper meets the requirements. Don’t just look at the title Supply Chain Management and think oh my article is on supply chain management I’ll send it there. Read the scope and a copy of the journal. You might have a fantastic case study but SCM doesn’t take case studies. Not everyone will have the time to reply and explain the correct process. 10) Don’t underestimate the importance of title, abstract and keywords. More on this later. More information on the memory stick: Slide on common feedback from reviewers
  • Some essentials of a research paper We categorise papers by type. For example we talk about case studies, research papers, view points, theoretical or discursive papers, etc. but today I am concentrating on research papers – those that arise from original research. To ensure that a research paper meets most of the editors’ and reviewers’ requirements listed in the last slide it’s important that all this information is clearly spelled out: tell them why you wrote the paper, what is new about it. Tell them what you set out to do. Outline the methodology used for collecting the data – why you chose that method and how it worked. Include questionnaires, detailed data collection, etc. as Appendices so that it’s there if needed but isn’t part of the main text. It’s important to identify any research limitations. The fact that something didn’t work out quite as expected, didn’t give the anticipated result or was based on a limited sample is very important. Double check that you have read all the pertinent literature and have referred to it correctly. Be careful not to use someone else’s words as your own. Plagiarism is a growing concern for both academia and the publishing industry. We all use, or are considering using, plagiarism detection software now (in fact Emerald was the first international publisher to make all its content freely available to an anti-Plagiarism company – i-Thenticate, who run turnitin.com in the UK). Take great pains with your referencing – ensure you have provided all the detail so that a source can be located, use a recognized style and do include all of them. The findings and discussion should clearly lead to sound conclusions.
  • Emerald has introduced structured abstracts The abstract sells your article to the editor or reader. Emerald: Have introduced structured abstracts. To help you think about the right things when writing your paper. To sell your paper. Editors: Busy, do not want to read an entire article when deciding if it is suitable for their journal. Online: T he abstract is often all a reader will see until they pay for the article. Unlikely to go further if the abstract doesn’t tell them clearly what the paper is about. But a good abstract will make them want to read the full-text article. M ake sure that you are clear, honest, concise and have covered all the major points. No more than 250 words using these six sub-headings. (1) Purpose – aims of the research? Why write the paper? (2) Design – or methodology or approach (3) Findings – what were the main results? (4) Research limitations/implications (if applicable) – where should the research go after this or what needs to change in the method (5) Practical implications (if applicable) – of what value is this in practice? Do the “so what?” test. (6) Social implications (if applicable) – Impact on society/policy (new 2009) (7) Originality/value – this is critical. How does your research add to the body of knowledge? What is its value in this context? Purpose, design, findings and originality/value are compulsory. Forces you to focus on the key issues that matter. Delete headings and you have a fantastic abstract that can be used any where
  • Author guidelines Can be found on the journal website or in a hardcopy of the journal.
  • As the author, you need to ensure that you get permission to use content you have not created before submitting your manuscript This includes e.g. tables, figures, illustrations, photographs and more Supply written confirmation from the copyright holder when submitting your manuscript Failing to do so exposes you to potential legal risks If you have any doubts whether or to clear permission or not, do so! Better safe than sorry Copyright holders who do not mind their work being reused will only be too happy to grant permission and will appreciate being asked If permission cannot be cleared, we cannot republish that specific content You probably would not appreciate your work being reused without your knowledge or permission
  • Your own peer review We are always TOO close to our own work to see its failings. Our sub-editors and proof-readers NEVER receive a perfect paper. You will look at your paper over and over again but you will miss errors. Yet the guy at the next desk will spot it straight away. Check your figures – do they add up, include a note if you have rounded them up. Read and re-read your paper for typos. A lot of proofreading is done by people who are not subject specialists; won’t necessarily spot any errors. At a minimum run your paper through a computer spell-checker but don’t rely on it. E.g. we published this as the affiliation of one of our book reviewers; he used spell check and so did we!
  • This slide helps to show what exactly happens to the paper following submission. It helps to explain why it can take 3-3.5 months before an author gets feedback from first review!
  • Revising A request for revision really is good news. You are now in the publishing cycle. Editors and reviewers will not request a revision unless they genuinely think your paper is right for the journal. Remember that nearly every published paper is revised at least once, even those by the most distinguished academics. Incorporating feedback and improving quality is after all what the peer review process is all about. Remember the comments are not personal, particularly not in blind peer-reviewed journals. If your paper is rejected Most importantly – keep at it !! At least 50 per cent of papers in business and management do not get published and everybody has been rejected once. It is hard, but try not to take it personally or be so discouraged that you don’t try again. Keep trying. The reviewer or editor comments should give you the information you need to strengthen the weak areas of the paper. Ask for reasons if they are not immediately forthcoming. There are hundreds of other journals out there – you can always re-submit to another journal. Read the Author Guidelines and adjust your paper accordingly.
  • Process of acceptance for a journal – just one example This slide shows the acceptance rates of just one of our journals. Approximately 30 per cent of papers received by the editor are published. I think the saddest figure there is the 16% withdrawn by the authors. It’s very likely those papers would have been published if the authors had persevered with the revisions. Very, very few are rejected at the final hurdle. Accept that a second or third revision may be needed; still much better than a rejection.
  • How to revise your paper Acknowledge the editor and set a revision deadline If you are unsure about any of the comments, seek clarification. If you disagree with them, say so and give good reasons explaining why you do not think a change is necessary. But try not to take a defensive position, treat comments objectively. Covering letter explaining clearly what revisions were requested and how you addressed each point, ideally providing specific page numbers. Makes life a lot easier for the editor.
  • How to increase electronic dissemination Electronic use: Increasingly where your usage and citations come from; most things are read online. How to increase the chances of your paper being found / read / cited more widely / have more impact. The better the title and the abstract, the greater the chance of your article being read online. Remember your own “Google behaviour”. Use a short but descriptive titles, make sure people will understand what the paper is about. Don’t try to be too clever e.g. if it’s about marketing strategy and prioritizing, don’t call it ‘Putting the cart before the horse’ as no-one will find it except some bewildered agricultural student. 2) Choose 5-6 broad but relevant keywords that accurately describe your paper. Don’t make up new terms. Increases the chance of your paper being found by users searching the database. Also: Complete and correct references. The electronic environment has made it easier to both commit and detect plagiarism so very important to make correct attributions.
  • For both books and journals: How to promote your work Emerald encourages authors to spell out the practical implications of their work. Should be of interest to a great many kinds of people – managers, policy makers, the media, key influencers able to act on the implications of your research. It can also greatly increase your profile and that of your work and lead to attracting collaborators and funding or new opportunities for you e.g. in consulting or the media. 1. Use your network to spread the word about your latest research. Books: Ask colleagues to review your work e.g. on Amazon. 2. Issue your own press releases either yourself or via your institution / department. 3. Join the debate. Engage with peers in your subject area; participate in online discussion forums, listservs, etc. 4. Inform any professional bodies of which you are a member; contact their press or media relations department. 5. Contact the authors in your reference list. Tell them that you have referred to their work - they may want to read (and cite!) your article. 6. Build your own brand image e.g. via your own website. List and link to your publications. Use an Emerald Literati Network logo. Include a press release section. Link to the article in your email signature. 8. Call a meeting – discuss your findings with the people best placed to promote your work. 9. Hone your media skills e.g. by attending a workshop. Successful promotion and media handling will attract a lot of attention to yourself and possibly your colleagues; make sure that you are well prepared! 10. Ask the publisher to provide you with book or journal leaflets which you can take to conferences and events or display on your office door.
  • Emerald supporting authors Benefits of publishing with Emerald: We genuinely value and support authors EarlyCite: Online pre-publication access to articles means people will read (and cite!) your work earlier. - Online Scholar One submission process. - Complimentary journal issue and five reprints of your article upon publication. - Liberal copyright policy. We do not restrict or remove your right to use your own work. Emerald Literati Network, over 80,000 authors. We donate much of our copyright revenue to the research community through Research Fund Awards and Doctoral Research Awards aimed at helping young researchers at the beginning of their academic careers.
  • Beyond authorship Various benefits as well as enhancing your status, allowing you to keep up to date with key developments in your discipline. Opportunity to build a network of peers around the globe.
  • Talk to us, use us! Use Emerald resources, give us feedback using the online form (link on the memory stick), talk to us. Tell us how we can help you and, above all, write for us!
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    • 1. An Insider’s Guide to Getting Published Shin Hyun Sook Business Manager, Korea Emerald Group Publishing Ltd E-mail: clarashin@emeraldinsight.com
    • 2. Emerald Group Publishing – quick company background <ul><li>1967 년 영국 서부 요크셔 지방의 Bradford 에 설립 </li></ul><ul><li>약 300 여명의 직원이 전세계 모든 지사에서 근무 중 </li></ul><ul><li>경영 경제를 비롯한 사회과학 , 문헌정보 , 교육 , 교통 , 관광 등의 여러주제의 저널과 책을 출판 </li></ul>
    • 3. Emerald 의 출판철학 <ul><li>Emerald 는 좋은 경영이 좋은 세상을 만든다고 믿습니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>Emerald 는 연구논문을 지원합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>Emerald 는 저자 , 독자 , 그리고 고객의 경험의 발전에 기여합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>‘ Research you can use’ </li></ul>
    • 4. Research you can use 란 ? Research that has an impact
    • 5. 출판과정 : Editorial 유통과정과 저널관리 구조 저자 에디터 출판사 / 메니징 에디터 생산 이용자 연구논문 EAB 리뷰자들 논문기고청탁 리뷰과정을 조정 동료학자들에게 저널 홍보 학회 참석 새로운 내용 분야 개발 출판사와 에디터 사이를 연결 에디터들이 성공적으로 역할 수행 할 수 있도록 돕고 높은 퀄러티의 저널을 생성 저널에 대한 전체적인 책임 홍보와 마케팅 학회 참석 저널의 각 이슈 제작 QA – 세부편집과 교정 온라인 데이터베이스를 위해 SGML 로 변환 인쇄 배송 부가가치 창출 도서관을 통한 접속 인쇄물 데이터베이스 Third party Research
    • 6. 출판이 된다는 것 … <ul><li>나의 논문이 영구적으로 존재 – 출판된 논문은 ‘지식의 실체’ 인 지식 아카이브에 영구적으로 접속가능 하게 됨을 의미 </li></ul><ul><li>논문의 질적 향상 – 편집장과 리뷰어 , 하위 편집자들과 교정 등을 통한 </li></ul><ul><li>나의 논문이 홍보 – 더 크고 넓은 독자층에게 이용 가능하게 됨 . </li></ul><ul><li>나의 논문이 신뢰를 더하게 됨 . - 출판이 되었다는 것은 품질보증 스탬프가 찍힌 것과 같은 의미 , 다른 저자들로 부터 좋은 저작으로 인정받은 것 </li></ul>
    • 7. 아이디어 : 어디서 부터 시작 ? <ul><li>석사나 박사학위 과정 중에 있습니까 ? </li></ul><ul><li>성공적으로 끝낸 프로젝트가 있습니까 ? </li></ul><ul><li>특별한 해결책이 없는 문제에 대해 고민하고 있습니까 ? </li></ul><ul><li>특별한 주제에 관해 관찰 중 이거나 의견이 있습니까 ? </li></ul><ul><li>최근 학회에서 발표한 적이 있습니까 ? </li></ul><ul><li>그렇다면 , 논문을 투고하실 준비가 되신 겁니다 . </li></ul>
    • 8. 공동저작 <ul><li>지도교수와 , 다른 학과 혹은 다른 기관의 사람과 공동저작 </li></ul><ul><li>연구자료의 권위와 엄격함을 증명 </li></ul><ul><li>학제간 연구에 특히 유용 </li></ul><ul><li>원고가 하나의 목소리로 확인되고 편집되도록 유의해야 함 . </li></ul><ul><li>각자의 강점을 살려야 함 . (ex. 통계 vs 집필 ) </li></ul><ul><li>저자의 순서에 대해 그리고 누가 연락교수가 될 것인지에 대해 서로 동의하고 확실하게 해야 함 . </li></ul>
    • 9. 어떤 저널에 투고 ? <ul><li>투고할 저널을 결정하는 것은 일종의 투자입니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>좋은 선택은 저자의 명성과 저작의 영향력을 향상시켜줍니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>Thomson Reuters ISI 가 가장 잘 알려진 순위시스템이지만 , 다른 것들도 있습니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>인용지수가 저작의 질을 결정하는데 좋은 척도이긴 하나 완전한 것은 아닙니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>이용의 지수가 유용성을 결정하는 더 좋은 척도 입니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>관련 독자수 , 최신성 , 전달력 , 국제성 , 호평 , 판매성 , 투고에서 출판까지 걸리는 시간 등도 고려해야 합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>정략적 ( 국내출판을 할 것인가 국제출판을 할 것인가 ) 이 되고 전략적 ( 순위가 낮은 저널에 5 개의 아티클을 낼 것인가 , 순위가 높은 저널에 한 개의 아티클을 낼 것인가 ?) 이 되십시오 . </li></ul>
    • 10. <ul><li>‘ ISI’, ‘SSCI’, ‘Impact Factors’, ‘Journal Citation Reports’, 혹은 ‘ Web of Science’ 로 알려져 있기도 합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>12,000 종이 넘는 학술저널의 서지정보 </li></ul><ul><li>저널의 이용수를 측정하고 각 저널의 인용지수 (Impact Factor) 를 측정 . 높은 인용지수는 아티클 이용수가 높음을 뜻함 . </li></ul><ul><li>Access: www.isiknowledge.com </li></ul>Thomson Reuters (ISI)
    • 11. Top Tip ♯ 1 <ul><li>Be ‘savvy’ … </li></ul><ul><li>ie. wise, smart, knowing </li></ul><ul><li>편집장에게 당신의 논문이 잘못된 파일에 들어가게 하는 좋은 이유를 주지 마세요 . !! </li></ul>
    • 12. 사례연구 : 133 건의 거절당한 논문을 분석해보았습니다 . <ul><li>동기 / 배경 ( 독자에게 흥미롭지 않거나 관련 없는 논문 등 ) </li></ul><ul><li>( 연구 설계이슈에 결점이 있거나 잘 계획되지 못한 연구설계 ) </li></ul><ul><li>통계이슈 ( 적절치 못한 통계절차나 방법 사용 등 ) </li></ul><ul><li>결과 / 결론 ( 불충분 하거나 미미한 기여도 ) </li></ul><ul><li>원고이슈 ( 부족한 필력과 원고구성력 ) </li></ul>(Data & graphs courtesy of Jim Rebele, Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Accounting Education)
    • 13. Target! <ul><li>“ 많은 논문들이 저널요건을 만족하지 않았다는 단순한 이유로 거절되곤 합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>제출 전 리뷰절차를도 거치지 않곤 합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>가능한 몇몇 타겟 저널을 확인하십시오 . 그러나 현실적이 되십시오 . </li></ul><ul><li>저자 가이드라인을 따르십시오 . – 범위 , 논문타입 , 길이 , 참고문헌 형태 등 . </li></ul><ul><li>논문을 어디에 보낼 지 찾으십시오 ( 편집장 , 내 지역의 에디터 , 관련주제 에디터 ) 해당 저널이나 시리즈들을 찾아서 살펴보고 출판사의 사이트도 들어가서 확인해보십시오 . </li></ul><ul><li>아웃라인이나 초록을 보내어 해당 저널에 적합한지 흥미로운 것인지 알아봅니다 . ( 그렇지 않다면 어떻게 만들어져야 하는지 문의합니다 .) </li></ul><ul><li>어떻게 제출하면 좋은지 편집자에게 확인합니다 . ( 이메일을 보내도 되고 , 온라인 제출 시스템을 이용해도 됩니다 . ) </li></ul><ul><li>최소한 해당 출판물의 한 이슈 정도 읽어봅니다 . ( 도서관을 통해 접속합니다 . ) </li></ul><ul><li>커버레터를 포함합니다 . 에디터에게 직접적으로 말할 수 있는 기회가 되며 당신의 원고가 해당 저널에 실려야 하는 중요성을 확인시킬 수 있는 기회입니다 . </li></ul>
    • 14. 어떻게 좋은 논문을 만드는가 ? 힌트 : 에디터와 리뷰어들은 이런걸 봅니다 . … <ul><li>독창성 – 주제 , 방법 , 결과 등이 새로운 것인가 ? </li></ul><ul><li>관련된 기존연구과 관련이 있거나 연장선상에 있는 것인가 ? </li></ul><ul><li>조사 방법론 – 결론이 유효하고도 실증적인가 ? </li></ul><ul><li>작문의 명확성 , 구조성 , 질 – 의사소통이 잘 되고 있는가 ? </li></ul><ul><li>논거의 튼튼하고 논리적 진행 </li></ul><ul><li>이론적이고도 실증적인 영향 (So what? 에 대한 방향제시 ) </li></ul><ul><li>참고문헌에 대한 최신성과 연관성 </li></ul><ul><li>국제적이고 글로벌한 이슈 </li></ul><ul><li>해당저널의 영역과 목적에 일치 </li></ul><ul><li>좋은 타이틀 , 키워드 , 잘 쓰여진 초록 </li></ul>
    • 15. 연구논문의 필수 요소들 <ul><li>Purpose – 연구의 목적과 소개 </li></ul><ul><li>논문에 사용된 방법론 – “ 왜” 그리고 “어떻게 ? </li></ul><ul><li>문헌적 리뷰 – 예전에는 어떠 했었 는가에 대한 비평적 검토 </li></ul><ul><li>논거와 연구 결과들 </li></ul><ul><li>결론 – 목적에 대한 재언급과 주요 결과물에 대한 요약 , 가장 흥미로운 요소에 대한 언급 </li></ul><ul><li>참고문헌 : </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>완전성 </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>일관성 </li></ul></ul></ul>
    • 16. Emerald 구조적인 초록을 제시하고 있습니다 . <ul><li>A structured abstract – in 250 words or less (no more than 100 in any one section) </li></ul><ul><li>Purpose – Reasons/aims of paper </li></ul><ul><li>Design – Methodology/’how it was done’/scope of study </li></ul><ul><li>Findings – Discussion/results </li></ul><ul><li>Research limitations/Implications (if applicable) – Exclusions/next steps </li></ul><ul><li>Practical implications (if applicable) – Applications to practice/’So what?’ </li></ul><ul><li>[NEW] Social implications (if applicable) – Impact on society/policy </li></ul><ul><li>Originality/value – Who would benefit from this and what is new about it? </li></ul><ul><li>www.emeraldinsight.com/structuredabstracts </li></ul>
    • 17. 좋은 초록의 예 Milorad M. Novicevic, Mario Hayek, Tony Fang, (2011) &quot;Integrating Barnard's and contemporary views of industrial relations and HRM&quot;, Journal of Management History, Vol. 17 Iss: 1, pp.126 - 138 Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to juxtapose the contemporary views of industrial relations (IR) and human resource management (HRM) with the ideas expressed by Chester Barnard. Design/methodology/approach – The paper analyzes Chester Barnard 's views along the four premises that underlie contemporary perspectives on the fields of IR and HRM . Findings – Barnard's main points: that sincerity and honesty of management is crucial to developing an individual employee's will to collaborate, and that collective cooperation is superior to collective bargaining are found to resonate well with the contemporary views and provide a clear indication for Barnard's preference of human resource perspective to the IR perspective. Practical implications – This paper provides Barnard 's practical insights into why managing IR and HR by policies leads to poor management. Originality/value – This paper is the first to recognize Barnard 's unique contribution to contemporary perspectives on IR and HRM disciplines. Keywords: Employee relations, Human resource management, Industrial relations, Organizations
    • 18. 저자 가이드라인 모든 저널은 자세한 저자 가이드라인을 제공합니다 .
    • 19. Plagiarism and referencing <ul><li>표절은 다른 사람의 연구결과를 내것인양 사용한 것을 말합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>리뷰 시에는 걸러내기가 어렵지만 새로운 도구로 걸러내고 있습니다 </li></ul><ul><li>Emerald’s entire portfolio is included in iThenticate web-based software from iParadigms http://www.ithenticate.com/ </li></ul><ul><li>Emerald’s Plagiarism Policy can be seen at http://info.emeraldinsight.com/about/policies/plagiarism.htm </li></ul><ul><li>For more general information visit http://www.plagiarism.org/ </li></ul>
    • 20. Copyright <ul><li>저자로서 , 다른 저자의 컨텐트를 이용 할때는 반드시 허락을 얻어야 하며 그렇지 않을 경우 , 출간이 늦춰지는 원인이 됩니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>원고를 제출 할 때에는 해당 컨텐츠의 저작권자로 부터 서면확인을 받아 제출해야 합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>허가에 대한 사항이 명확하지 않은 경우 특정 컨텐츠를 출판 할 수 없습니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>허가에 대한 체크리스트와 허가요청서 등을 포함한 자세한 정보 는 아래를 클릭하십시오 . </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/writing/best_practice_guide.htm </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/writing/originality.htm </li></ul>
    • 21. Top Tip #2: 동료들과 리뷰하십시오 <ul><li>다른 사람에게 리뷰하게 하십시오 – 초안을 친구나 동료에게 보여주고 그들의 의견이나 조언 , 솔직한 평을 듣습니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>나의 저작은 나와 너무 밀접하게 있어서 결점을 발견하기 쉽지 않습니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>철저하게 교정을 보십시오 . 많은 사람들이 교정을 보지만 , 해당주제분야의 비전문가들이므로 완전하지 않습니다 . </li></ul>Spot the error: “ A knew research methodology introduced in 2007…”
    • 22. 원고제출에서 첫 번째 피드백까지의 타임스케줄 <ul><li>에디터들은 해당저널에 그 논문의 주제와 조사방법론이 적절한지를 결정하기 위해 첫 번째 읽기를 시작합니다 . (1 주일 소요 ) </li></ul><ul><li>에디터들이 적절한 리뷰어들을 2 명 정도 확인하여 컨텍합니다 . (1 주일 소요 ) </li></ul><ul><li>리뷰어들이 리뷰를 마칩니다 . (6-8 주 소요 ) </li></ul><ul><li>제출에서 리뷰에 대한 피드백을 받는 기간 : 3-4 달정도 </li></ul>
    • 23. 원고를 제출하고 나서 .. <ul><li>원고의 수정요청은 좋은 소식입니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>논문이 출판사이클 안으로 진입했다는 의미이며 모든 논문은 최소 한번 이상 수정요청을 받습니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>커멘트가 다소 날카롭고 낙담시키는 것일지라도 개인적인 것이 아닙니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>만일 나의 논문이 거절당했다면 : </li></ul><ul><li>포기하지 마세요 ! 제출되는 논문의 절반이 훨씬 넘는 논문이 출판되지 못합니다 . 모든 사람들의 논문은 한번 이상은 거절당합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>왜 인지 물어보시고 , 이유를 들어보세요 ! 대부분의 에디터들은 거절당한 논문에 대한 상세한 코멘트를 줄것 입니다 . 심호흡을 한번 깊게 하시고 무슨 이야기를 하는지 들어보세요 . </li></ul><ul><li>다시 한번 시도하세요 . ! 논문을 향상 시킨 후 재투고 하세요 . 목표를 세우고 목표에 근접할 때 까지 노력을 경주합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>계속 도전하세요 ! </li></ul>
    • 24. 제출된 논문이 받아들여지기까지의 절차의 예
    • 25. 논문을 어떻게 수정할 것인가 <ul><li>에디터에게 수정을 수락한 것을 알리고 수정 기한을 지킵니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>의문점이 있으면 코멘트 사항에 대한 이해사항을 분명히 알립니다 . ‘ 내가 이해한 바로 당신이 언급한 사항은 이러이러한 것입니다…’ </li></ul><ul><li>동료나 공동저자와 의논하여 요청된 부분으로 맞추어 나갑니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>수정기간을 엄수해 주십시오 . </li></ul><ul><li>커버레터를 첨부하여 사항 별로 어떤 부분이 수정요청에 부응하였는지 , 혹은 부응하지 않았다면 그 이유는 무엇인지 설명합니다 </li></ul>
    • 26. Top Tip #3: 전자적 보급형태로 어떻게 증가시킬 것인가 <ul><li>주요 키워드를 포함하는 짧고 서술적인 제목을 사용합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>초록의 내용과 길이에 대해 주어진 방침에 따라 명확하고 서술적인 초록을 씁니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>잘 알려지지 않은 용어 보다는 적절하고 잘 알려진 키워드를 씁니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>참고문헌은 완전하고 정확하게 – 참고문헌 링크와 인용 인덱스에 매우 중요합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>이러한 모든 것이 당신의 논문의 발견률 = 더 많은 이용률을 높여줍니다 . </li></ul>
    • 27. 어떻게 홍보할 것인가 ? <ul><li>Why? </li></ul><ul><li>정책에 영향력 행사 </li></ul><ul><li>프로파일의 노출 </li></ul><ul><li>공동연구자들이나 펀딩을 끌어드림 </li></ul><ul><li>새로운 기회 </li></ul><ul><li>How? </li></ul><ul><li>개인 네트워크를 이용합니다 . – 리스트서브 ( 메일링리스트 ), 내가 속한 기관의 뉴스보도자료 , 이메일 서명란에 링크 , 개인 홈페이지에 홍보 </li></ul><ul><li>참고문헌 리스트에 있는 저자 컨텍 </li></ul><ul><li>미디어 다루는 기술을 연마 ( 미디어를 다루는 학회참석 , 미디어와 성공한 저자들의 조언 참고 ’ </li></ul><ul><li>출판사에 나의 저작이 담긴 저널이나 책의 리플렛을 요청하여 학회나 이벤트에 참석하여 배포하거나 연구실에 전시 </li></ul>
    • 28. Emerald 는 저자를 지원합니다 . <ul><li>헌신적인 에디토리얼과 저자 관계지원부서 </li></ul><ul><li>Quality-assured copy-editing and production service </li></ul><ul><li>9 만명 이상의 Emerald Literati Network </li></ul><ul><li>Signatories of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Emerald is </li></ul><ul><li>committed to protecting its authors’ work from copyright infringements </li></ul><ul><li>Journals </li></ul><ul><li>EarlyCite </li></ul><ul><li>Online Scholar One Manuscript Central submission process </li></ul><ul><li>Complimentary journal issue and five reprints upon publication </li></ul><ul><li>Online resources </li></ul><ul><li>Books </li></ul><ul><li>당신의 책을 홍보하기 위한 마케팅 : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>메일캠페인과 리플렛 , 브로셔 , 미디어와 저널 홍보 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>학회 참석과 홍보 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Emerald 웹사이트에 저작타이틀의 Landing page. </li></ul></ul>For Researchers For Authors <ul><li>www.emeraldinsight.com/research </li></ul><ul><li>How to… guides </li></ul><ul><li>Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards </li></ul><ul><li>Research Fund Awards </li></ul><ul><li>Emerald Research Connections </li></ul><ul><li>For Authors www.emeraldinsight.com/authors </li></ul><ul><li>How to… guides </li></ul><ul><li>Meet the Editor interviews and Editor news </li></ul><ul><li>Editing service </li></ul><ul><li>Annual Awards for Excellence </li></ul><ul><li>Calls for Papers and news of publishing opportunities </li></ul>
    • 29. Other useful resources <ul><li>www.isiwebofknowledge.com (ISI ranking lists and impact factors) </li></ul><ul><li>www.harzing.com (Anne-Wil Harzing's site about academic publishing and the assessment of research and journal quality, as well as software to conduct citation analysis) </li></ul><ul><li>www.scopus.com (abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources) </li></ul><ul><li>www.cabells.com (addresses, phone, e-mail and websites for a large number of journals as well as information on publication guidelines and review information) </li></ul><ul><li>www.phrasebank.manchester.ac.uk (a general resource for academic writers, designed primarily with international students whose first language is not English in mind) </li></ul>What do you use?
    • 30. Beyond authorship <ul><li>그 외 참여하면 좋을 중요한 출판관련 일들로는 다음과 같은 것들이 있습니다 . : </li></ul><ul><li>Book reviewing </li></ul><ul><li>Refereeing/peer review </li></ul><ul><li>Editorial advisory board membership </li></ul><ul><li>Contributing editorship </li></ul><ul><li>Regional editorship </li></ul><ul><li>Editorship </li></ul><ul><li>Interested in proposing a book/series or a journal? Contact us at [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>For details of opportunities in this area please do get in touch with us! </li></ul>
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