Session: Writing a Publishable Paper, from Start to Finish (Society for Social Work and Research 27th Annual Conference - Social Work Science and Complex Problems: Battling Inequities + Building Solutions)

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153 Writing a Publishable Paper, from Start to Finish

Friday, January 13, 2023: 3:45 PM-5:15 PM
Cave Creek, 3rd Level (Sheraton Phoenix Downtown)
Cluster: Research on Social Work Education
Jordan DeVylder, Ph.D., Fordham University
Jordan DeVylder, Ph.D., Fordham University, Lisa Fedina, PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and Hans Oh, PhD, University of Southern California
This workshop is intended for social work doctoral students and early career scholars who are interested in learning more about how to develop and write peer-reviewed publications. We will discuss the entire publication, including the identification of ideas for possible papers, the writing process, selection of target journals, manuscript submission. We will also discuss post-submission steps including responding to reviewer comments, revising the paper, and finalizing the publication during the page proof and copyright stage. This workshop is also intended help participants identify ways to turn class papers and other projects into potential publications. Finally, we will discuss ways to identify potential writing mentors and co-authors, as well as how to discuss co-authorship expectations with colleagues and faculty. We will share practical tips and suggestions for each stage of the process based on our own personal experience and the experiences of colleagues. Participants will have the opportunity to work together to identify potentially untapped publication material and to discuss scenarios related to authorship and other aspects of the publication process. We will also facilitate discussion on the role of social work scholars in conducting anti-racist scholarship and give opportunities for participants to share how they apply anti-racist and intersectional frameworks to their research. This workshop replicates and expands upon a highly popular workshop previously conducted at SSWR 2016.
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