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Hi there. I am John Bond from Riverwinds Consulting and this is Publishing Defined.
Today I am going to talk about turning your dissertation or thesis into a scholarly journal article.
You’ve put a lot of time and effort into your thesis and dissertation. Perhaps you can repurpose some of this material. Maybe as a journal article?
Obviously, a thesis or dissertation is innately different from a journal article. But the information contained in it may have interest to academia.
In my last video, I discussed turning your dissertation into a book or monograph. I will link to that video at the end of this one. Here are some points to think about when considering the journal article option.
Leave some time between the completion of your thesis before considering its potential application as an article. Some distance will give you perspective on how best to alter the work.
Accept the fact that changes will need to be made. You will not be able to cut a section from a dissertation and submit it as an article, not even a chapter. The structure of a thesis or dissertation is by nature different from articles. You will need to rewrite or edit the work. Most journals have a Guideline for Authors that lays out the exact specifications of articles they will consider. Review them carefully and make you sure you conform to the page length, reference style, maximum number of figures and tables, etc.
To consider what to cut and what to change, think through the themes or findings of your dissertation. Does it lend itself more to a series of articles on the main topic or one single article? Map out what you would like to submit and use that as a starting point for your new work: a manuscript for submission to a journal.
When looking at changes, consider how articles usually differ from the longer form content that you have created. Long literature review sections are uncommon in articles unless it is a review article. The extensive references are also unlikely to translate as well.
Think through the differences between the long form nature of a dissertation or thesis compared to the short, compact, stand-alone nature of an article. Zero in on a journal and their interests and start reworking; or more likely rewriting. Good luck.
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Why are itchy lice so tough to get rid of and how do they spread like wildfire? They have huge claws that hook on hair perfectly, as they crawl quickly from head to head.
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Head lice can only move by crawling on hair. They glue their eggs to individual strands, nice and close to the scalp, where the heat helps them hatch. They feed on blood several times a day. And even though head lice can spread by laying their eggs in sports helmets and baseball caps, the main way they get around is by simply crawling from one head to another using scythe-shaped claws.
These claws, which are big relative to a louse’s body, work in unison with a small spiky thumb-like part called a spine. With the claw and spine at the end of each of its six legs, a louse grasps a hair strand to hold on, or quickly crawl from hair to hair like a speedy acrobat.
Their drive to stay on a human head is strong because once they’re off and lose access to their blood meals, they starve and die within 15 to 24 hours.
— How do you kill lice?
Researchers found in 2016 that lice in the U.S. have become resistant to over-the-counter insecticide shampoos, which contain natural insecticides called pyrethrins, and their synthetic version, known as pyrethroids.
Other products do still work against lice, though. Prescription treatments that contain the insecticides ivermectin and spinosad are effective, said entomologist John Clark, of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. They’re prescribed to kill both lice and their eggs. Clark said treatments such as suffocants, which block the lice’s breathing holes, and hot-air devices that dry them up, also work. He added that tea tree oil works both as a repellent and a “pretty good” insecticide. Combing lice and eggs out with a special metal comb is also a recommended treatment.
— How long do lice survive?
It takes six to nine days for their eggs to hatch and about as long for the young lice to grow up and start laying their own eggs. Adult lice can live on a person’s head for up to 30 days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
— Can your pet give you lice?
No. Human head lice only live on our heads. They can’t really move to other parts of our body or onto pets.
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