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Revising and Resubmitting: Author Emotions, Editor Roles, and the Value of Dialogue

Revising and Resubmitting: Author Emotions, Editor Roles, and the Value of Dialogue

Revising and resubmitting: Author emotions, editor roles, and the value of dialogue
J. KeithMurnighan

I was appointed associate editor of Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) on April 1, 1994 (I always thought that the choice of that date was particularly appropriate). This was the only administrative position I had ever desired, so when Steve Barley called to offer me the position, I said yes even before I really knew what was involved.

One of the major reasons Steve appointed me was to try to broaden the appeal of the journal. ASQ is a sociologically oriented journal; as I am an experimental social psychologist, at least by training, Steve hoped that my appointment would signal that ASQ was ...

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