The title suggests that it is "papers that get rejected and not the researcher". This highlight is crucial and should be the second mindset needed to reconstruct a rejected paper. By the way the first mindset which suggests that rejection is part of the review process can be found in part 1 ( see http://www.destinychukwuma.com … Continue reading HOW TO RECONSTRUCT A REJECTED RESEARCH PAPER (part 2): why papers get rejected.
The fear of getting rejected by good academic journals is a legitimate fear. This is because you create a chance to get a rejection any time you make a submission. Getting a rejection from an academic journal is not a bad thing but getting a perpetual rejection could be a sign that something fundamental is … Continue reading HOW TO RECONSTRUCT A REJECTED RESEARCH PAPER
Joseph's brothers were certain that if, by any means, they lay hands on the coat of many colours that Jacob gave Joseph, the nuisance he propagates through his vision of his destiny would be over. Favour brings all manners of persecutions and hatred. Let's face it! But then, the grace is not in the dress. … Continue reading IT’S NOT IN THE DRESS