Publishing in Journals: a Roundtable discussion

Various Speakers

CA110 (SAC room), J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics, (St. Anthony's), NUI Galway 11:00 :: 21st March 2012

A joint event of the Conflict, Rights and Security cluster and the centre for Work, Society and Governance:

Dr Niall Ó Dochartaigh, School of Political Science and Sociology
Dr Kate Kenny, School of Political Science and Sociology
Dr Shane Darcy, Irish Centre for Human Rights
Dr John Morrissey, School of Geography and Archaeology
Dr Tony Dundon, J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics and editor, HRM Journal
Dr Michael Lang, J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics
Dr Ricca Edmondson, School of Political Science and Sociology

The Roundtable brings together colleagues from a range of social science disciplines at NUI Galway with a record of publication in international peer-reviewed journals to share their insights into the process and some of the lessons they have learned. All participants also have extensive experience of acting as reviewers.

A central purpose of the roundtable is to facilitate discussion and sharing of lessons by members of the audience. Topics include co-authorship, targeting journals, dealing with reviews and organising a research agenda.

Participants have published in numerous international journals including International Journal of Conflict Management, Journal of Peace Research, Political Geography, Political Quarterly, Identities, Mobilization, Contemporary British history, Irish Political Studies, HRM Journal, Organizational Research Methods, Work Employment & Society, International Journal of Management Reviews, Organization Studies, Human Relations, Gender Work & Organization, Information & Software Technology, Information Systems Management, Communications of the AIS, Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Leiden Journal of International Law, Journal of International Criminal Justice, Journal of Conflict and Security Law, Military Law Review, Minnesota Journal of International Law, Geopolitics, Human Geography, Irish Geography, Area, Foreign Policy, Social and Cultural Geography, Antipode, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, Ageing and Society, Social Science and Medicine, Journal of Family Issues and Time and Society.

All Welcome

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