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International boundaries, publishing barriers: empowering authors from newly industrialized and developing countries

Clarinda Cerejo | Jun 10, 2014 | 12,767 views

This report, published in Science Editors, covers striking facts presented during a session at the 2013 Council of Science Editors meeting. This session emphasized the need for academic authors in developing and non-native English-speaking (NNES) countries to receive English-language grounding in an era of globalization.  Interesting case studies were highlighted as food for thought on how NNES authors can be empowered.


Cerejo, Clarinda. "International boundaries, publishing barriers: empowering authors from newly industrialized and developing countries." Science Editors 36 no. 3 (2013)

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