Do you want to launch your career as an academic? Or are journal articles a prerequisite for your doctoral degree admission or promotion?

At A-Z Writers we have qualified and academic ghostwriters who have experience writing for journals or have acted as peer reviewers.

What then is needed for a successful journal research or journal article writing?

First, is a structure- the structure should act as a map, telling you what to write first, next, and last. Your first conceptualization and design of your study would determine how your structure would look like.

Most journal articles are rejected because they do not have a structure or possess some structural weakness. In most cases, it is either a journal article does not contribute to the existing literature in the field of study or the methodology is weak. The journal article flaw could also be the writing style or haphazard investigative /writing style. The structure of a journal article should also adhere to the citation style, number of pages and spacing requirements of the respective journal. Journal articles are mostly between 20-25 pages with a minimum of 5,000 words and maximum range of 7,000-9,000 words.

For instance a quantitative study or research structure might be like this:

  • Title -10 to 20 words
  • Abstract – 200 to 250 words
  • Keywords -10 to 25 words
  • Introduction – 500 to 1,000 words
  • Literature review -1,500 to 2,500 words
  • Methodology – 500 to 1,000 words
  • Results/findings -1,500 to 2,500 words
  • Discussion/conclusion -1,500 to 2,000 words

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