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Looking for an Informal Peer Review Support Group?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nurete Brenner May 1, 2012. 2 Replies

Publish or perish.  It looms over us all, but the lead time on journal submissions can be months, only to come back with a Revise and Resubmit (or worse, rejection).  Particularly for those of us in…Continue

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"Hi Jay,  I too am in the early stages of my academic career. Right now working on an article about dialogue groups and how they define success and, of course, seeking the right venue for publication. I would be happy to review and be reviewed…"
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"To start the process, I (obviously) would be happy to both review and be reviewed.  My primary area of expertise is in Nonviolence theory and practice. My research focuses on collective security in a post-Westphalian context with a particular…"
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Looking for an Informal Peer Review Support Group?

Publish or perish.  It looms over us all, but the lead time on journal submissions can be months, only to come back with a Revise and Resubmit (or worse, rejection).  Particularly for those of us in Early Career stages, we must find ways to progress faster than this.If you've spent much time as an editor or peer reviewer, you know that much of the problem stems from submission inflation -- we're simply getting too many articles and the quality continues to steadily rise.  While certainly a…See More
Apr 27, 2012
Jay Daverth replied to Saïd Abass Ahamed's discussion Ranking of peace studies Journals
"Hi Saïd, I would also love to learn this. For what it's worth, a since day after you posted this question, you took the number 1 spot on Google!!  Goes to show how under-published this is. As near as I can tell, the highest ranked…"
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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
My research focuses on collective security in a post-Westphalian context with a particular emphasis on nonviolence. My doctoral thesis and book in this area explores the role of ideological cohesion underpinning decentralised social movements evidenced by the rise of global terrorism. My recent theoretical development in this area has focused specifically on the rise of cyber-crimes and hacktivism as a function of new media in counter-hegemonic, trans-national populism. In both personal and collaborative research, these issues are framed by Marxist epistemologies of consent in locating such movements as part of the broader trajectory of Global Civil Society.
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Ireland
France
United Kingdom
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United Kingdom
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Lecturer, International Peace & Security Studies
How many years professional experience do you have ?
3-5
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http://thehindsightfactor.com
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
French
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Gender, Human Rights, Information and Communication Technology, Nonviolence, Peacebuilding, Peacekeeping, Policing, Security, Terrorism
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Curriculum Development, Information Technology, Research, Training
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My research focuses on collective security in a post-Westphalian context with a particular emphasis on nonviolence. My doctoral thesis and book in this area explores the role of ideological cohesion underpinning decentralised social movements evidenced by the rise of global terrorism. My recent theoretical development in this area has focused specifically on the rise of cyber-crimes and hacktivism as a function of new media in counter-hegemonic, trans-national populism. In both personal and collaborative research, these issues are framed by Marxist epistemologies of consent in locating such movements as part of the broader trajectory of Global Civil Society.

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Obama, Osama and the Making of a Martyr

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It is the height of childish naiveté to believe in Evil with a capital ‘E’.  There are indeed all manner of imaginable (and as yet unimaginable)…

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Rand Paul and the Hypocrisy of the Mainstream U.S. Libertarian Movement

Posted on May 26, 2010 at 4:49am 0 Comments

Libertarians embrace a worldview trending towards anarchism (or at least government minimalism), a position with which, as a Neo-Gramscian Marxist, I have an abundance of affinity. In fact, on a long enough timeline (where units are measured in centuries anyway),…

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At 11:03am on June 20, 2012, Craig Zelizer said…

Thanks. Would appreciate if you could let others know about PCDN

At 10:18pm on July 7, 2010, Global Foundation said…
Hi Jay
So nice to see you and to study your profile through this netwrok.I am pleased to know that you are involved in Peace which is very hot topic of today.
Jay,We all should unite as ONE FAMILY and struggle together to change this Globe into Real Better Globe free of War,Racism,Extremism,Terrorism,Illiteracy,Injustice and Poverty.I think this is the way we can have Peaceful,Prosperous and Just Globe for coming generations.What you think in this regard?
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