How To Be a Peer Reviewer: A Guide for Recent and Soon-to-be PhDs
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CitationMiller, Beth, Jon Pevehouse, Ron Rogowski, Dustin Tingley, and Rick Wilson. 2013. “How To Be a Peer Reviewer: A Guide for Recent and Soon-to-Be PhDs.” PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (1): 120–23. https://doi.org/10.1017/s104909651200128x.
AbstractPeer review is central to political science. In this article we collect the ideas of journal editors in political science and several recent PhDs, who met as a panel at the 2011 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting to discuss the principles of the review process. This includes why reviewing is important to the development of one's own scholarship but also offers some nuts and bolts on reviewing.
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