Writing for Publication: Transitions and Tools that Support Scholars’ Success - Mary Renck Jalongo, Olivia N. Saracho 2016
Thoroughness and Authoritativeness
From a Class Paper to a Publishable Review
Conference Proposals and Article Types
Given the exponential growth of knowledge, the range of what might be read to review the literature on a topic in its entirety is staggering. This situation calls upon reviewers to make choices about which sources to include. Some general criteria concerning what to cite are: (1) leaders in the field, (2) classic and contemporary sources, (3) relevance to the study, and (4) work that is significant, based on originality and insight.
Some advice on searching includes: