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Jun 28, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
What is a systematic review of the literature and how do you design and conduct one?
Jun 21, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
A qualitative study includes a briefer literature review and longer Methods and Findings sections. A mixed-methods study needs several subsections for both Methods and Findings.
Jun 14, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
Learn how to prepare for feedback and how to revise and resubmit your journal article.
Jun 07, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
The Discussion section includes interpretations, comparisions, conclusion, implications for practice or policy, and directions for future research.
May 31, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
Begin the results section with single variable descriptions of the sample and study variables, followed by bivariate analyses, and finally multivariate analyses.
May 24, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
The methods section includes sample considerations and recruitment strategies, description of measures, data collection and analysis procedures.
May 17, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
Systematically review literature on the scope of the problem and prior research as well as findings related to the problem.
May 10, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
Learn how to narrow your search and find a journal to target for your article submission.
May 03, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
The typical journal article submission is 20 to 25 pages and focuses on one or two primary research questions that can be addressed with your data.
Apr 26, 2016 Kathryn Betts Adams
This blog series takes you through the steps involved in planning, writing, submitting, and revising your manuscript for peer-reviewed journals in the social sciences.
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