Patrick Dunleavy

Patrick Dunleavy is co-director of Democratic Audit, chair of the London School of Economics Public Policy Group, and a professor of political science at the LSE. He blogs at 'Writing for Research" and tweets @Write4Research.

Passion of Creation

I Have a Journal Article. How Do I Write a Blog Post About it?

If you can really do communication in an accessible way, explains Patrick Dunleavy, your writing may also circulate widely in other disciplines and in the external world outside universities, enhancing your reputation there. And you are in luck – he also explains one way to do that.

4 years ago
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The Hermit painting

Are You an Academic Hermit?

Lack a personal website? No CV posted online? Is your work visible on digital listings? If you are answering no, Patrick Dunleavy offers some advice how to easily shed that monkish role — if you want to.

5 years ago
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Old drawing of educated man writing

How to Carefully Choose Useless Titles for Academic Writing

An informative title for an article or chapter maximizes the likelihood that your audience correctly remembers enough about your arguments to re-discover what they are looking for. Without embedded cues, your work will sit undisturbed on other scholars’ PDF libraries, or languish unread among hundreds of millions of other documents on the Web. That must be what what we want, based on on what we do.

6 years ago
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