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Sociology Podcast #3: Managing a co-editorship

Brian Donovan and Bill Staples, the current co-editors of The Sociological Quarterly, discuss their methods for successfully managing the workload and relationship of a co-editorship.

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Publishing Workshop #7: The Joys and Sorrows of Writing an Undergraduate Textbook

By Catherine Sanderson, Associate Professor of Psychology at Amherst College

In this podcast Catherine shares with us her knowledge of writing an undergraduate textbook and answers some commonly asked questions about the experience.

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Publishing Workshop #6: How to Survive the Review Process

By Greg Maney, Associate Professor of Sociology, Hofstra University

In this podcast Greg shares his experiences with the review process and offers practical suggestions to help make your experience a constructive and rewarding one!

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Sociology Podcast #2: Keys to being a successful editor

We’re pleased to bring you the second podcast in our Sociology series. Peter Kivisto served as editor of Sociological Quarterly from 2005 through 2008, and now he shares his thoughts on the top 10 key successes of editing a journal.  When the podcast concludes, we’d love to hear your thoughts and welcome your comments below.

Sociology Podcast #1: The Future of Publishing

Philip Carpenter, Managing Director

We’re delighted to bring you the following podcast by Philip Carpenter, Managing Director of Social Sciences and Humanities at Wiley-Blackwell, on the future of sociology publishing.  In this podcast, Philip discusses where research and readership will come from, what tagging and classification will mean for the discoverability of articles, and how open access will affect sociology publishing.

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Publishing Workshop #5: 10 Things New Scholars should do to get published

By Duane Wegener, Professor of Social Psychology, Purdue University

In this podcast Duane provides tips for those starting out in their academic careers and wanting to get published. This advice is indispensable no matter what your discipline!

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Publishing Workshop #4: The Online Author’s Survival Guide

By Kivmars Bowling, Managing Editor, Compass Journals.

In this podcast Kivmars talks about the perils and pleasures of publishing your work online, and gives practical tips to help raise the profile of your digital scholarship.

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