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Editor's Comments: A Midterm MIS Quarterly Progress Report

Straub
2010 MIS Quarterly  
Editor-in-Chief, MIS Quarterly Georgia State University dstraub@gsu.edu I would like to take this opportunity part way through my term as Editor-in-Chief of MISQ to reflect on how things stand at the journal  ...  This is, likely, a tall order, but I feel the need to depart from the format that I have been trying to follow since March of 2008. What is that editorial format?  ...  I have no empirical evidence that tells me that we are or are not moving in these directions other than the random remark or interactions with editors, reviewers, and authors in other contexts.  ... 
doi:10.2307/20721424 fatcat:no6i2ym2xzh5fckin6kg43i4hu

Shakespearean Stage Production: Then & Now

Hubert Heffner, Cecile De Banke
1953 Shakespeare Quarterly  
Maxwell which is remarkably far- fetched.  ...  His arguments were so conclusive that they might have con- vinced him beforehand that it is an editor’s responsibility to shield a reader from just this type of commentary on Shakespeare which one annually  ... 
doi:10.2307/2866486 fatcat:pmsijhvo4rdljpo5wfyjqvcluy

Crafting a Paper for Publication

Allen S. Lee
2007 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
In this article, I examine how the social process can influence the crafting of a paper for submission to a journal, and re-crafting it in the event that the journal's editor asks for a revision.  ...  Ron Weber, who succeeded me as editor-in-chief of MIS Quarterly, offered six rules for enhancing the likelihood of a successful submission when he and I used to conduct the MIS Quarterly New Authors Workshop  ...  In her MIS Quarterly New Authors' Workshop remarks, Carol Saunders has pointed out that a co-author can bring data, have methodological or writing skills that the author lacks, provide support (as traditionally  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02007 fatcat:bey7npulqvezlan5kpzpoy6bj4

Page 477 of Shakespeare Quarterly Vol. 4, Issue 4 [page]

1953 Shakespeare Quarterly  
Maxwell which is remarkably far- fetched.  ...  His arguments were so conclusive that they might have con- vinced him beforehand that it is an editor’s responsibility to shield a reader from just this type of commentary on Shakespeare which one annually  ... 

Page 359 of Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly Vol. 16, Issue 4 [page]

1939 Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly  
a great part of the revilings, misconceptions and misrepresentations, which are set down as portions of an editor’s reward, result from the censorious and vituper- ative spirit which too many conductors  ...  In commenting on an article in the Philadelphia Gazette which discussed the duties and rewards of a newspaper editor, he spoke his mind freely on this unpleasant sub- ject: It does not mend matters that  ... 

Page 513 of Jewish Quarterly Review Vol. 2, Issue [page]

1890 Jewish Quarterly Review  
Driver’s remarks would have made several corrections easy, especially in the syntactical portions; for, as was only to be expected from the accomplished writer of the Hebrew Tenses, the new commentary  ...  Sometimes the editor’s help is so bountiful in such passages that the student cannot be expected to carry away a very clear result. But Prof.  ... 

Film: Book 1 vs. Film Quarterly (Round Two)

Robert Hughes, Ernest Callenbach
1959 Film quarterly  
Film Quarterly (Round Two) I was most affected by the Editor’s confession of despair, if not impotence, before the “ter- rible state of chassis” in which all of us critics = editors) presumably find ourselves  ...  —Rosert Hucues [Editor, Film:Book 1] 63 [Editor's reply:] In his cooler moments, Mr.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3186019 fatcat:4dyvlhyj2fbu5ffhbatwfggshe

Page 1188 of Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts Vol. , Issue 3586 [page]

1876 Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts  
Nowhere w’as the ingenuity of this gifted but indiscreet editor more mis¬ placed than in his multitudinous emendations of the grammar and the sense of “ Laon and Cythna.”  ...  This editor’s process in all cases being to reprint each book exactly as Shelley issued it from the press, we have here the little volume, now a great bibliographical treasure, printed at Weybridgo in  ... 

Introduction to the Special Volume on Relevance

Paul Gray
2001 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
"Rigor and Relevance in MIS Research: Beyond the Approach of Positivism Alone." MIS Quarterly, (23)1, pp. 29-33. Robey, D. and Markus, M.  ...  The appendix includes material from both the ISWorld debate and from the articles that follow in this volume. The listing is in the order found by the editor in the sources. Some duplications exist .  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.00601 fatcat:eedcaantprgy7olhtexytwzuke

Page 205 of Criminal Law & Justice Weekly Vol. 126, Issue 14 [page]

1962 Criminal Law & Justice Weekly  
New burdens are imposed by fresh legislation, as we see from the editor’s comment in 1837 at p. 73.  ...  The editor here adds an aside.  ... 

Textual Problems in Gerhart Hauptmann's Der Grosse Traum

K. S. Guthke
1959 Modern Language Quarterly: A Journal of Literary History  
Serious problems of a different nature arise, however, from the editor’s handling of the first part of the epic.  ...  These remarks show that the new edition is an arbitrary, inac- curate, and incomplete combination of the two versions of Der Grosse Traum which Hauptmann authorized.  ... 
doi:10.1215/00267929-20-1-77 fatcat:fwvitpqk55gcpa2wy2exrfdu2m

Les drôles Aventures de Renard

Jeanne Harouel Greenleaf
1930 The Modern Language Journal  
Editor, and having thus called attention to the pertinent passages, I am quite willing to leave the decision to a jury of your readers. ALGERNON COLEMAN University of Chicago (Editor’s note.  ...  My reply to the former in the January issue of the German Quarterly is chiefly an attempt to supplement the very incomplete and quite misleading impression of the report that one would gain from read-  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.1930.tb05640.x fatcat:itluick2lfggjd6trbxkfszbou

Roles and Responsibilities of a Senior Editor

Suprateek Sarker, Ritu Agarwal, Paulo Goes, Shirley Gregor, Ola Henfridsson, Carol Saunders, Bernard Tan
2015 Journal of the AIS  
In this editorial forum, we individually discuss (1) the roles and responsibilities of a senior editor (SE) as informed by our experiences, (2) key challenges to fulfilling the role of senior editor, and  ...  (EIC) from 2010-2013 and also by my terms as associate editor and senior editor at MIS Quarterly.  ...  The importance of this aspect of editing has been highlighted by former editors-in-chief of the MIS Quarterly.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00407 fatcat:lgpaa3kymrgipnbh3igjzjd5jm

A "NEW" STEPHEN CRANE POEM: AN EVALUATION

JOSEPH KATZ
1966 Notes and Queries  
This last is a remarkable performance.  ...  From essentially chaotic material, he shaped dramatically the series of popular songs turned to campaign purposes, “cheers”, shouts, and stray comments into a structured presentation of the reaction to  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/13-9-346 fatcat:f5uuqk2fwfcbzmeqzmpclm525m

Page 863 of None Vol. 54, Issue 1418 [page]

1882 None  
If we had to fix on any one as the most in- teresting from the biographic-literary point of view, we think we should select the astonishing epistle to the editor of the Quarterly Review.  ...  Certainly no odder letter than this can ever have been received by the editor of a periodical since periodicals were, and that is a very bold word considering what the usual contents of an editor's letter-box  ... 
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