WAME Listserve Discussions

Lightly edited compilations of selected listserve discussions by WAME Members

 
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Citation of an entire listserve discussion:
 
How authors learn writing skills. WAME listserve discussion, October 19-22, 2005. Available from: http://wame.org/about/authors#How Authors Learn Writing Skills, Accessed February 15, 2009.
 
Citation of a particular author’s portion of a listserve:
 
Rodgers JR. How authors learn writing skills. WAME listserve discussion, October 19-22, 2005. Available from: http://wame.org/about/authors#How Authors Learn Writing Skills, Accessed February 15, 2009.
 
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Topics:

 

Advertising

 

Authors

 

Authorship issues

 

Conflicts of interest

 

Copyright

 

Duplicate publication

 

Editorial independence

 

Editorial office management

 

Editorial policy

 

Geopolitical issues

 

Human rights protection, privacy and confidentiality (including IRB)

 

Impact of journals and impact factor

 

Journal indexing

 

Journalology research

 

Manuscript editing

 

Marketing and economics

 

Open access

 

Peer review

 

Plagiarism, fabrication, falsification

 

Statistics

 

Technology

 

Translations

 

Trial registration

 

WAME policy

 

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