The second part of my series on what to do with peer review comments is up on Ideas on Fire.
You’ve got peer review comments back on your academic book or article. How do you decide which ones to incorporate?
In this second installment of our two-part series on reviewer comments, academic editor Cathy Hannabach takes authors through how to read the sometimes conflicting advice peer reviewers give on manuscripts and how to decide which reviewer suggestions to follow.
In Part 1, she covered the big-picture strategy of approaching revisions, and here she tackles how to implement that strategy for the specific, detailed feedback you receive from reviewers.
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