@JJensehaugen
Jørgen Jensehaugen
13 days ago
What's the best rejection argument you have received from a peer-reviewer? And by best I mean worst. Mine is: "This was an interesting article about president Carter, but I would have preferred reading about Nixon"
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@Mmariannedahl
Marianne Dahl
13 days ago
@JJensehaugen This is so good that I have nothing to compete with.
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@Anne_Kreft
Anne-Kathrin Kreft
12 days ago
@JJensehaugen 😂😂
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@muku_kr
Mukesh
12 days ago
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@djpressman
Jeremy Pressman
12 days ago
@JJensehaugen As a tenured professor, I received something like 'Graduate students shouldn't just send out every chapter of their dissertation.'
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@Bahar_Baser
Bahar Baser
12 days ago
@JJensehaugen Mine is: "Why no handicapped interviewees?"
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@lgcerioli
Luíza Cerioli
12 days ago
@JJensehaugen I wrote about Saudi Arabian authoritarianism and received a rejection saying that I was an "anti Saudi" 🤔
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@Recovery_ABrown
Austin McNeill Brown LMSW, PhD Student
12 days ago
@JJensehaugen "This article appears to have been written by overzealous graduate students."
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@mzak123
Prof. Zak Taylor
12 days ago
@JJensehaugen One editor had me add unrelated citations to his own works and those written by a bunch of his friends from grad school (including a PhD dissertation). Another dinged me for "doesn't discuss XX!" But my piece had a section titled "XX", which began "What about XX ?"
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