Academic Writing

Introducing SAGE Language Services!

SAGE is proud to announce the launch of SAGE Language Services, a new online source that provides pre-submission manuscript preparation […]

7 years ago
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Is Your Research Boxed-In?

Many academics find themselves in an increasingly specialized area of research, which has benefits like creating an identity, increasing productivity […]

8 years ago
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Referencing References to Reduce Publication Errors

Every now and again a paper is published on the number of errors made in academic articles.  These papers document the frequency of conceptual errors, factual errors, errors in abstracts, errors in quotations, and errors in reference lists. James Hartley reports that the data are alarming, but suggests a possible way of reducing them. Perhaps in future there might be a single computer program that matches references in the text with correct (pre-stored) references as one writes the text.

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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.

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OA and the UK Humanities & Social Sciences

The opportunity for H&SS to reach much wider audiences who appreciate the value of their work generally, and to reach those specific people who will make important use of it is enormous.

9 years ago
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Tips on Writing a Review Paper

If you’re writing a review paper, be sure to check out the Journal of Management Editor’s Choice collection on this […]

9 years ago
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