Category: Journal Paper WritingWriting a journal paper

Hello, I am going to write an empirical paper for my thesis. For that, I am taking 3 objectives and research questions out of 6 from my thesis.
It’s turning out to be a tiresome job, what do I include, what not to include? As the objectives are pretty interrelated, I am confused as to how should I divide the content. I at least need to write 4 research papers. I have also not completed my thesis writing yet and writing one journal paper is turning out to be so time-consuming, how can I write 3 more?
Any advice?

asked on 22 Jul 18Nilisha Yadav nilisha yadav
3 Answers
answered on 23 Jul 18

You got to provide an exciting integration of the related literature through your objectives. It would be beneficial if you use a combination of older and recent research. As far as the journal paper is concerned, it will be new as it is your interpretation, which will be different obviously. Just include an introduction section, literature review, conclusion and future direction. You can include graphs and tables to enhance the presentation. I hope you find it useful. All the best!

Raiman S Raiman S
answered on 24 Jul 18

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Shubham Bichwani shubham bichwani
answered on 25 Jul 18

Writing a journal paper from thesis seems simple, but I know it\’s not. You must have a perfect picture about the division of your thesis into 4 papers, Which paper will contain which chapter? How much time will it take to get completed?
I’ll suggest you plan it out with someone, your supervisor perhaps.

Sanjay Singla sanjay singla

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