Atelier d’écriture animé par Nathalie Mitev (King’s College London)

Le RITM a accueilli le Professeur Nathalie Mitev (King’s College London) au mois de Mars 2018. Les 15 et 16 Mars, les Professeurs Aurélie Dudezert et Nathalie Mitev ont animé au RITM un Atelier d’écriture (Writing Workshop) à destination des chercheurs et doctorants du Laboratoire
souhaitant publier leurs travaux dans des revues internationales.

Program

THIRSDAY. Salle 109, Faculté Jean Monnet

SESSION 1. 10h-12h30 WRITING RESEARCH: AN INTRODUCTION

This session provides an introduction to basic issues relating to writing research, including a discussion of generic structures and adaptations depending on different research methodologies, issues of ethics and evaluation criteria.

10h-11h30

– ‘Ecrire la recherche’, Aurélie Dudézert

– ‘Writing Research’, Nathalie Mitev

11h30-12h30. Group Activity : Presenting your pitch

SESSION 2. 13h30-17h WRITING MANAGEMENT: APPLICATION TO PARTICIPANTS’ WRITING

In this session participants are invited to present a piece of their own writing (e.g. the abstract of a paper or some of the introduction of their thesis) and apply insights from previous sessions. Discussions will take place facilitated by the convenors.

13h30-14h. ‘Writing the abstract and introduction’, Nathalie Mitev

14h-14h30. Mélia Djabi

14h30-15h. Fatima Shuwaikh

15h-15h30. Pause

15h30-16h00. Matthieu Manant

16h00-16h30. Vincent Giaccobi

FRIDAY. Salle 107, Faculté Jean Monnet

SESSION 3. 9h30-12h30 WRITING MANAGEMENT: APPLICATION TO PARTICIPANTS’ WRITING

In this session participants are invited to present a piece of their own writing (e.g. the abstract of a paper or some of the introduction of their thesis) and apply insights from previous sessions. Discussions will take place facilitated by the convenors.

10h-10h30. Bertrand Sergot

10h30-11h. Anne Janand

11h-11h30. Vincent Lefrere

11h30-12h30. ‘The story of a paper’, Nathalie Mitev

SESSION 4. 13h30-17h WRITING MANAGEMENT: APPLICATION TO PARTICIPANTS’ WRITING

In this session participants are invited to present a piece of their own writing (e.g. the abstract of a paper or some of the introduction of their thesis) and apply insights from previous sessions. Discussions will take place facilitated by the convenors.

13h30-14h. Pascal Corbel

14h-14h30. Clara Jean

14h30-15h. Nguyen Minh Phuong Le

15h-15h30. Pause

15h30-16h30. Further questions

References

English

Booth, W.C.; Colomb, G.G. & Williams, J.M. 2008. The Craft of Research, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Chapters 2, 7 & 10: Connecting with your reader; Making good arguments

Geletkanycz, M. & Tepper, B.J. 2012. Publishing in AMJ-Part 6: Discussing the Implications, Academy of Management Journal, 55(2): 256-260

Grey, C.J. & Sinclair, A. (2006) Writing differently, Organization, 13, 443-453.

Murray, R. & Moore, S. (2006). The Handbook of Academic Writing: A Fresh Approach, Maidenhead: Open University Press. Chapter 1: Defining and understanding academic writing.

Zhang, Y. & Shaw, J.D. 2012. Publishing in AMJ-Part 5: Crafting the Methods and Results, Academy of Management Journal, 55(1): 8-12

French

Kapp S. (2012). Premiers textes: socialisation à l’écriture et formation des doctorants. Scripta, Belo Horizonte, v.16, n°30, p.251-266

Mathieu-Fritz A. et Quemin A. (2007), Publier pendant et après la thèse, Socio-logos [En ligne], 2 | 2007, mis en ligne le 30 mars 2007. http://socio-logos.revues.org/107

Meissonier R. (2015), Les points critiques d’un desk reject, Systèmes d’information& management 2015/3 (Volume 20), p. 3-7.

Merleau-Ponty N. (2014), Publier dans une revue à comité de lecture : stratégies éditoriales dans un monde concurrentiel. Blog “Les aspects concrets de la thèse“. Post du 7 mars 2014. Disp. sur http://act.hypotheses.org/4028

Mitev N. (2016), Produire scientifiquement et valoriser sa recherche : un travail de controverse ?, in La controverse dans l’appropriation des outils de gestion, coordination Dudézert A et Portal M., Editions L’Harmattan, p. 125-148

Zaki L. (2006). L’écriture d’une thèse en sciences sociales: entre contingences et nécessités. Genèses, Vol. 4, n°65, p. 112-125

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