Emancipation Nation

Episode 48: Me? Publish my Anti-Trafficking Work in a Scholarly Journal?

June 09, 2020 Celia Williamson, PhD Season 1 Episode 48
Emancipation Nation
Episode 48: Me? Publish my Anti-Trafficking Work in a Scholarly Journal?
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Emancipation Nation
Episode 48: Me? Publish my Anti-Trafficking Work in a Scholarly Journal?
Jun 09, 2020 Season 1 Episode 48
Celia Williamson, PhD

Ever thought of publishing an article in a journal, but didn’t know how to go about it? Ever heard of a double-blind review? Want to be an article reviewer for a journal? Meet Editor-in-Chief Dr. Rochelle Dalla, who understands both the difficulty and the richness in studying and working with hard-to-reach populations. She honors that sentiment through her own past research with Native Americans, women in street prostitution, and more recently with sex trafficked women in Mumbai. She also serves as the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the international Journal of Human Trafficking, where key human trafficking research is published.  She discusses the Journal of Human Trafficking, how she developed it, and how she and editors work with authors to get their article up to publishable quality. This episode is for anyone who has ever thought of publishing their work and who are brave enough to seize the opportunities in front of them to make great contributions to the field of anti-trafficking work.


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Ever thought of publishing an article in a journal, but didn’t know how to go about it? Ever heard of a double-blind review? Want to be an article reviewer for a journal? Meet Editor-in-Chief Dr. Rochelle Dalla, who understands both the difficulty and the richness in studying and working with hard-to-reach populations. She honors that sentiment through her own past research with Native Americans, women in street prostitution, and more recently with sex trafficked women in Mumbai. She also serves as the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the international Journal of Human Trafficking, where key human trafficking research is published.  She discusses the Journal of Human Trafficking, how she developed it, and how she and editors work with authors to get their article up to publishable quality. This episode is for anyone who has ever thought of publishing their work and who are brave enough to seize the opportunities in front of them to make great contributions to the field of anti-trafficking work.