Editing in Jamaica 1989–1998
AbstractDespite changes in technology that have improved both production and the final product, small local journals still have a low profile and struggle to obtain adequate copy, in terms of both quality and quantity. My experiences as editor of two small journals in Jamaica in the 1990s provided similar problems to those that are encountered by many editors today. Endeavour to persevere, but, if you are not appreciated, be prepared to resign in order to retain your own respect. There will always be more jobs for good editors. View Full-Text
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Donovan, S.K. Editing in Jamaica 1989–1998. Publications 2016, 4, 10.
Donovan SK. Editing in Jamaica 1989–1998. Publications. 2016; 4(2):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Donovan, Stephen K. 2016. "Editing in Jamaica 1989–1998." Publications 4, no. 2: 10.
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