Best Practices Guide for Early Career Reviewers

As an early career scholar, getting involved in peer reviewing can seem like one of the more challenging parts of getting involved in the field. What kind of work should you begin reviewing? What are best practices for writing peer reviews? How and where can you even get involved? In this episode of the Growing Up Comm. Podcast series, Dr. Dan Andrews asks Dr. Nick Bowman, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Media Psychology, all the burning questions on the minds of early career scholars and soon-to-be reviewers. Drawing from his own experience as a scholar and editor, Dr. Bowman shares insider tips and advice on how early career scholars can best navigate the field of peer reviews.

Dan Andrew 
Nick Bowman  

More from our guests: 
Lecturer | School of the Arts and Media 
University of New South Wales 
Member | SECAC

Associate Professor | Newhouse School of Public Communications
Syracuse University 
Editor-in-Chief | Journal of Media Psychology 

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Copy and Audio Editors:  
Jabari Clemons 
Kate In 
Sharlene Burgos 

Executive Producer:
DeVante Brown

Best Practices Guide for Early Career Reviewers
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