Research pp 153-169 | Cite as

Publication

  • Jane Smith

Abstract

The worker who wants his research available to the widest possible audience must seek to have it published. Since original research tends not to be published in books (except for conference proceedings) until it has become integrated into a discipline’s body of knowledge, publication for most researchers means publication in a scientific journal.

Keywords

Editing Glean 

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