It’s fine if these profs want to change your paper, or rewrite it, or incorporate it into what you wrote (as long as they give you appropriate coauthorship). If in all this manipulation they want to submit something you don’t like, for example if they start pulling out p-values and telling bogus stories, then tell them you’re not happy with this! Explain your problems forthrightly. Ultimately it might come to a breakup, but give these colleagues of yours a chance to do things right, and give yourself a chance to make a contribution. And if it doesn’t work out, walk away: at least you got some practice with data analysis and writing.
(We should start with the understanding that this kind of analytical overview is rather easy to do poorly and very demanding to do well and thoroughly. At this stage we are not aspiring to a professional job but hoping to achieve a reasonable, if basic, analysis.)
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David Callahan is a senior fellow at Demos and editor of PolicyShop , the Demos blog.
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