As scholars, we attempt to do top-quality research that will advance technology. We appear in what we believe are unique hypotheses, base our focus on robust data and make use of an appropriate research methodology. Even as we jot down our findings, we make an effort to offer theoretical understanding, and share theoretical and practical implications about our work. Then we distribute our manuscript for book in a peer-reviewed journal.
For all, this is actually the part that is hardest of research.
In my own seven several years of research and training, We have actually seen a few shortcomings in the manuscript planning and distribution procedure that usually lead to research being rejected for book. Continue reading