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SOC 385C: Journal Article Writing Seminar

The purpose of this course is to pass along tips and tricks for publishing your work in peer-reviewed academic journals, to ensure you get constructive feedback on your writing (rather than the research), and to practice giving constructive writing feedback to others. It will help you make time to: revise a piece of scholarship for publication, and think about what you are writing, for whom, and why. Enrollment is by permission only. Prerequisite: Sociology graduate student with an unpublished draft of original research, such as a completed qualifying paper. Priority given to PhD students in their 3rd and 4th years.
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