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Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
Tips utk menulis dan publikasi akademis, sebentar lagi. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
1. READ READ READ a lot of academic manuscript/paper first. Familiarize urself with the structure, nouns, adverbs, adj, etc. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
2. Go to ScienceDirect/Scirus/Scopus to find some papers there. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
3. For 'casual' report/master thesis/dissertation, basic rule: make it structured and straight forward. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
4. Elaborate when needed. Don't put too much fancy words. Use conventional words. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
5. E.g. don't use 'about'. Use 'nearly' or 'circa (ca)'. Use 'considerable' instead of 'a lot of'. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
6. Use 'Synonym' feature in MS Word. It will help you find the 'conventional' word instead of common ones. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
7. Write in passive form, unless it is required to be active. Don't use any pronouns such as I, they, she, he. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
8. Passive form is needed when writing methods/experimental setup. Or explaining graphs/tables. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
9. E.g. 'The increase in phenol removal is shown in Figure 1'. Or, 'Figure 1 displays the increase in phenol removal'. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
10. Define graphs with adverbs or adjectives, e.g., steep(ly), sharp(ly),linear(ly), not just increase/decrease/decline/rise. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
11. Qualify your claims, the strength of your hypothesis. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
12. Weaker to stronger claims: it is highly unlikely, it is possible, it is probable, it is highly likely, it is certain that.. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
14. Be cautious when making generalization. Use words such as 'tend to' or qualify the subject with 'many', 'most of'. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
15. What is academic journal? Basically it is presentation of our study and is peer-reviewed. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
16. There are 2 types of acd journal: solicited (by invitation) and unsolicited ('free' submission). #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
17. There are also 3 type of presentation for acd journal: review, short communication, and regular article. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
18. Review is a review, you summarize smth from already-published papers. It usually has high citations. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
19. It is 'simple' to write a review, but you need to read hundreds of relevant papers and put them all in one manuscript. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
20. From hundreds of paper you read, roughly (only) 1/2 of them will be put in the manuscript. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
21. Short communications are mainly comment abt papers, or a short research article. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
22. 'Regular papers' are the presentation of our research, in a standardize model. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
23. Each journal has its own style, so 1st, read their 'Guide for Authors'. Assuming you have finished your research. #WritPubTips
Marlistya Citraningrum @mcitraningrum
24. Write according to the structure they require. Structure, reference style, maximum words, etc. #WritPubTips
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