Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles: Writing and Publishing in the Helping Professions by Rich FurmanPractical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles: Writing and Publishing in the Helping Professions by Rich Furman

Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles: Writing and Publishing in the Helping Professions

byRich Furman, Julie T. Kinn

Paperback | June 15, 2012

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Looking to publish your research but don't know exactly how? Dealing with procrastination or stress related to academic publishing? If you are feeling apprehensive about your writing or are becoming interested in publishing scholarly work, Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles isfor you. Rich Furman and Julie T. Kinn have updated this fantastic resource with even more exercises and advice to help you through the writing and publishing process. Furman and Kinn guide readers through each step of publication from idea generation through structuring an article and journalselection to submission, revision, and collaboration.
Rich Furman (MSW, University of Pennsylvania; PhD, Yeshiva University) is professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. He has published many books on social work including Navigating Human Service Organizations, second edition, An Experiential Approach to Group Work, and Social Work Practice with Latinos (Lyceum Bo...
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Title:Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles: Writing and Publishing in the Helping ProfessionsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 8.39 × 5.51 × 0.39 inPublished:June 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0190615281

ISBN - 13:9780190615284

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"[This book] has value to budding writers across a range of disciplines, and it is both practical and accessible. As an editor . . . I found things about which I could learn and ideas for mentoring others." --Carol Massat, Editor, School Social Work Journal, University of Illinois, Chicago