Developing a journal manuscript can be an overwhelming process, especially for an early career researcher. It is not so easy to reflect the correct thoughts and ideas with strong linguistic determinism as well as coherence in content flow, clarity of sentences, and consistency. Moreover, the procedure becomes all the more harrowing with the lack of adequate and proper guidance in universities, as is apparent with the lack of clear one-to-one communication between the students and supervisor. Researchers are often clueless on the exact quality requirements of their manuscripts, for publication in high-ranking journals— a mandate of universities.
This development process is more challenging to researchers from non-English backgrounds, who must develop manuscripts in the language to garner maximum exposure and validity through citations and further applications. It is here that Peerwith’s Manuscript Writing Support service comes as handy to researchers, assisting them in developing the manuscript through content which increases its chances of publication in renowned journals.
Peers associated with the organisation have considerable experience developing the manuscript matching the expected standards of renowned journal publications and have success stories involving their publications in target journals. Once the researcher has completed their data collection and analysis part, with albeit an academic value— a novel insight, peers in Peerwith take care of the rest (study contribution vis-à-vis the academic research gap, literature search, interpretation of the results critically using prior research findings, implications and recommendations for future research compensating the study limitations).
Sudeshna Chakraborty (https://peerwith.expert/sudeshnachakraborty) is one such peer who has achieved success in getting manuscripts— majorly from management and business categories— published in high-ranking journals. Although there is no universal technique that increases the publication chances of manuscripts, through her experience in the concerned field for six years, she emphasises the importance of identifying the theoretical value (why, how and what) of research methodology and purported findings through identifying the research gap and study contribution. Then, once a robust research methodology is prepared, she helps in the rest of the requirements (in-depth literature search, relevant and latest references, critical interpretation of the results using prior research, relevant implications, etc.), presenting a strong case for publication.
You can place a direct request to Sudeshna describing your research topic and publication requirements, following which she will suggest to you how to proceed further through the work scope and potential target journals. Once both the parties agree to the work scope, she initiates the manuscript development. Interested? Post your request here: https://peerwith.expert/sudeshnachakraborty.
Some of her successful publications through Manuscript Writing Support on Peerwith are:
- Al Mansoori, M.S. and Ahmad, S.Z. (2021), “Adapting to the “new normal” post-pandemic consumer behaviour: the case of Rafeeg’s strategy of service marketing”, Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, Vol. 11 No. 3. https://doi.org/10.1108/EEMCS-08-2020-0311
- Rounak, S. and Misra, R.K. (2020), “Employee value proposition: an analysis of organisational factors – the way to enhance value perception”, Development and Learning in Organisations, Vol. 34 No. 6, pp. 9-12. https://doi.org/10.1108/DLO-09-2019-0216
- Al Ali, H. and Ahmad, S.Z. (2020), “A tough decision for equestrian business: the case of Mandara equestrian club”, Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, Vol. 10 No. 1. https://doi.org/10.1108/EEMCS-08-2019-0211
- Srivastava, A., Dasgupta, S.A., Ray, A., Bala, P.K. and Chakraborty, S. (2021), “Relationships between the “Big Five” personality types and consumer attitudes in Indian students toward augmented reality advertising”, Aslib Journal of Information Management, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/AJIM-02-2021-0046