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Copy-editing of research papers: who and why and why not

Yateendra Joshi | Apr 7, 2014 | 9,777 views

Poor English can prevent acceptances from top-tier international journals at the cost of valuable research. But, who should do the job of copy-editing such research papers? The author of this article published in Current Science raises important points surrounding editing and the research community in India.

 

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Joshi, Yateendra. "Copy-editing of research papers: who and why and why not." Current Science 104 no. 2 (2013): 171

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