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Writing for Refereed Journals

Trent Buskirk, PhD, Kristen Olson, PhD, Patricia Moy, PhD

Monday, November 7, 2016
12:00 - 1:30 PM CST/ 1:00 - 2:30 PM EST/ 10:00 - 11:30 AM PST

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About This Course:


For researchers across numerous sectors, peer-reviewed research remains the standard by which a discipline advances. But many face hurdles in publishing their research in refereed journals, and navigating the path from a nebulous research idea to publication may be a daunting prospect. To address common concerns related to publishing in refereed journals, this webinar brings together three scholars who will speak to more successful approaches to research and publication. Join us as the Education Committee welcomes Trent Buskirk, Patricia Moy, and Kristen Olson, who will focus on how articles might be crafted, the considerations to weigh when selecting a journal as an outlet, and how to better understand and hopefully succeed in the editorial review process.
 

Learning Objectives:

 
  1. Crafting your article: How does one decide the purpose of one’s paper(s)? What is the role of theory vs. methods in these papers?
  2. Selecting a journal: How does one determine the “best” journal for a particular manuscript? How does one submit for the journal selected?
  3. Understanding the editorial review process: What editorial concerns are in play during the review process? How does one interpret decision letters, particularly those that invite a resubmission?
 

About the Instructors:

 
AAPOR-November-Webinar_Photo_Buskirk_small.jpgTrent D. Buskirk, PhD
received his Ph.D. in Statistics from Arizona State University with emphasis in Survey Sampling. Since that time Trent has developed specific expertise in Mobile and Smartphone Survey Designs and in the use of machine learning methods for developing sampling designs and adaptive survey protocols. Dr. Buskirk is currently a Professor of Management Science and Information Systems and is the Director of the Center for Survey Research at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. His research and teaching interests include dual frame weighting for cell phone surveys, smartphone survey mode effects and applications of machine learning methods for survey design, data collection and weighting adjustment. Trent has also conducted research using both Probability-based and non-probablity based panels in the context of nonresponse bias adjustments, mode effect evaluation and coverage issues. Trent’s research has been published in leading survey, statistics and and health related journals such as Field Methods, Journal of Royal Statistical Society, Social Science Computer Review, Journal of Official Statistics, Preventative Medicine, Cancer, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, Survey Methods: Insights from the Field and Methods, Data and Analysis. Dr. Buskirk is also the current President of MAPOR and the Publications Officer for ASA's Survey Research Methods Section and the Associate Conference Chair for AAPOR.
 
AAPOR-November-Webinar_Photo_Moy_small.jpgPatricia Moy, PhD is Associate Vice Provost for Academic and Student Affairs at the University of Washington, where she is the Christy Cressey Professor of Communication and Adjunct Professor of Political Science. She is a political communication scholar who focuses on communication and citizenship, specifically, how mediated and interpersonal communication can shape public opinion, citizens’ social and political trust, and political behavior. Moy’s research, published as books and articles in leading refereed journals, addresses communication content, processes and effects across multiple continents. Currently editor of the flagship journal Public Opinion Quarterly and editor-in-chief of Oxford Bibliographies: Communication, Moy is the president of the World Association for Public Opinion Research, and a fellow and former president of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research. She sits on the editorial board of leading journals in the field, including Communication Research, Journal of Communication, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, and Political Communication. An elected fellow of the International Communication Association, Moy is a former head of its Political Communication Division as well as the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her B.S. and M.S. from Cornell University.

AAPOR-November-Webinar_Photo_Olson_small.jpgKristen Olson, PhD is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her research focuses on nonsampling errors in surveys, with a focus on nonresponse, measurement errors due to interviewers, within-household selection in self-administered surveys, and paradata as a way to study these errors. Dr. Olson teaches courses on regression methods, sampling, analysis of complex survey data, and total survey error. She has an MS in Survey Methodology from JPSM at the University of Maryland and a Ph.D. in Survey Methodology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Olson is an associate editor of JOS and was research synthesis section editor for Public Opinion Quarterly from 2008 to 2015. She is the author of multiple journal articles, book chapters, and conference presentations in the areas of nonresponse, the intersection of nonresponse and measurement errors, interviewer effects, and paradata.

 

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