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style, tone and grammar – native speaker bias in peer reviews
This is a guest post from Dr Randi Stebbins. Randi is Director of the University of Iceland Centre for Writing. Peer review is a central part of academic publication. The process of back and forth between authors and reviewers is … Continue reading
Posted in English language, grammar, journal article, peer review, reviewing, style Tagged "native speaker", grammar, peer reviewing, publication in English, Randi Stebbins, style 2 Comments