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John B. Holbein
Asst. Professor of Public Policy & Education , past: , , & . Political behavior & ed policy. I tweet about interesting social science.
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John B. Holbein 9h
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John B. Holbein 9h
Replying to @itaisher
...or to quickly tell than a one editor doesn't like a paper's results. :)
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John B. Holbein 9h
Replying to @paulgp
My sense is that they are *much* rarer than desk rejects. Maybe they should happen more often?
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John B. Holbein 10h
If desk rejects at academic journals are a thing, should desk acceptances also be a thing?
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AWichowsky Oct 11
Want to know what gets Americans to support a stronger safety net? My book with coming to you soon!
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Seth Werfel Oct 11
Seeking recommendations from for a grad student interested in polarization who can help me create some R plots from ANES data. Flexible, part-time, remote, and I can exceed the going rate at your dept.
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Josh Gellers Oct 11
Has anyone looked at the relationship between Moral Foundations Theory and support for Trump? A cursory look at MFT suggests it might easily explain attitudes towards race (authority), immigrants (harm), and free trade (cheating) among Trumpers. ?
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John B. Holbein Oct 11
What are the unwritten rules of your profession?
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John B. Holbein Oct 11
Yo, : only two articles in the most recent issue of the APSR? Quit slacking off.
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Replying to @JeffDenning
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Confessions of a first-time homeowner: lawns are the worst.
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
I’m RT’ing so the Twitter algorithm will know that I want more of this.
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Replying to @ssylvester82
Not usually. Unless the journal requires it I don’t do it.
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Nice to know that nanomaterials scholars are looking to political science for insights.
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
You can still do this with the topic model. I liberally pull quotes (especially praise) into my memos structured by topic. :)
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Replying to @carlislerainey
you should do what you prefer as a reviewer
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Replying to @JohnHolbein1
Given that, the control I get from setting the agenda of what comments mattered the most makes grouping by topic worthwhile for me. YMMV.
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Replying to @JohnHolbein1
It's not clear to me that 1) reviewers really care enough to reject based on this & 2) whether grouping by topic (with references to reviewers who raised a concern) places that much more of a burden on reviewers. Ctrl + F + my reviewer # is really easy!
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Replying to @fgilardi
Fair. But, I always flag who made the comment in the topic section, so it's not clear to me why they couldn't just ctrl + F their reviewer number. This doesn't seem much harder than just scrolling to their section.
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John B. Holbein Oct 10
Replying to @ylelkes @dandekadt
To be clear, all of the stuff I posted in the screenshot is the preamble. And ICYMI here's why I like grouping by topic:
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