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期刊編輯對特定類型的研究成果優先考量? / 個人的偏見:學術同行評審人員(3/3)可能的權力濫用 : 研究生英文出版投稿日報 7/24/2014

研究生英文出版投稿日報:

*期刊編輯對特定類型的研究成果優先考量? (PART B)

*個人的偏見:學術同行評審人員(3/3)可能的權力濫用 (PART B)

*學術英文投稿教學影片 (186) Academic Publishing

*精確寫作 (英文編修訓練) (3/6)

*醫療英文論文組織寫作 (14) : (第一部分:背景)

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期刊編輯對特定類型的研究成果優先考量?(柯泰德翻譯) (PART B)

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Queer Reading of Batman: Arkham Asylum

Division through the construction of sexual amalgams is the new paradigm in prisons.  Three distinct classes have been created amongst a single sexed society that has yielded remarkable findings. 631 more words

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個人的偏見:學術同行評審人員(3/3)可能的權力濫用 / 期刊編輯對特定類型的研究成果優先考量? : 研究生英文出版投稿日報 7/23/2014

研究生英文出版投稿日報:

*個人的偏見:學術同行評審人員(3/3)可能的權力濫用 (PART A)

*期刊編輯對特定類型的研究成果優先考量?(PART A)

*學術英文投稿教學影片 (185) Advice on Academic Publishing

*精確寫作 (英文編修訓練) (2/6)

*科學英文論文組織寫作 (14) : (第二部分:行動)

Academic publishing news 學術英文出版新聞

個人的偏見:學術同行評審人員(3/3)可能的權力濫用(柯泰德翻譯)(PART A)

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出版競爭,贈款和商業利益:期刊評審(1/3)同行評議權可能被濫用 / 特權信息的濫用:期刊評審( 2/3)同行評議權可能被濫用 : 研究生英文出版投稿日報 7/22/2014

研究生英文出版投稿日報:

*出版競爭,贈款和商業利益:期刊評審(1/3)同行評議權可能被濫用(PART B)

*特權信息的濫用:期刊評審( 2/3)同行評議權可能被濫用

*學術英文投稿教學影片 (184) How to Publish in a Top Journal (11/11)

*精確寫作 (英文編修訓練) (1/6)

*科學英文論文組織寫作 (14) : (第一部分:背景)

Academic publishing news 學術英文出版新聞

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Visual Aids in Teaching Vocabulary

Consciously teaching vocabulary is one of the slightest competent ways of developing learners/vocabulary knowledge but on the other hand it is an important part of a well-balanced vocabulary programmed. 509 more words

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Thoughts on academic blogging

This post has been prompted by a small personal landmark. Earlier today, this blog passed the 30,000 views mark, after about 30 months of operation. Of course, the views are not evenly distributed: for more than a year after it was created, this webspace operated mostly as an online CV/academic homepage, and the blog section was only infrequently updated. 1,263 more words

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Negotiation and Tension in Stuart Dybek's "We Didn't" and Mary Gaitskill's "Tiny, Smiling Daddy"

In “We Didn’t” by Stuart Dybek and “Tiny, Smiling Daddy” by Mary Gaitskill, tension builds through unsatisfied desires. Dybek’s protagonist desires sex, and Gaitskill’s protagonist desires redemption. 731 more words

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