Answered By: Judith Jablonski Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017 Views: 508
It can be very difficult for students to publish in scholarly journals. Expectations are high. Most journals are looking for articles with a clear scientific hypothesis supported by original research that substantively adds to the scholarly literature in the field.
You might want to consider giving a paper or poster session at a scholarly conference about your study. Many of these may have special sessions like these for student engagement.
If you are considering submitting you thesis/capstone paper for publication in a scholarly journal the following links may provide guidance.
- Graduate Student's Guide to Publishing (University of Michigan Library)
- A Graduate Student's Guide to Publishing Scholarly Journal Articles (Donna Lee Van Cott. PS: Political Science and Politics , Vol. 38, No. 4 (Oct., 2005), pp. 741-743.)
- Publishing Advice for Graduate Students. (Thom Brooks, Jan. 2008)
Think. Check. Submit: a simple checklist to assess the credentials of a journal or publisher.
If you have any questions, please contact ThesisInfo@apus.edu