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After meeting all the wants of your journal reviewers’ you might come to the point of solace that the journal would take care of the rest. This is very much what the majority of the researchers possess but in reality, it turns out to be that the journal just does the publishing. But to decide upon if to promote the research comes to the bargaining of a researcher’s exuberance. Not to blame a system or anybody but bringing your research to general public is something that does not come naturally just from having it published in a journal, rather as a result to the extent how you use an extra effort for promotion. As you have carried out the entire research, it is true that you have the knowledge of all the intricate details but when it comes to learning from the research you have conducted, it would fit best if could be expressed in simpler terms. And to make that happen, you will have to come up with different pipeline of research sharing methods. Out of so many ways, let’s keep this discussion to one particular method and that is through ‘Interview’.

Promoting Research Through Interview

So, let’s begin by the general definition of an interview and then talking about how it can help share your research outcomes to the greater masses. An interview is nothing but a conversation in which information is elicited between two people (one to one) or involving more than two people. In this process of having a question answered holds the interest of other people to participate in the conversation and this also helps mount the interest of corollary of the present research being discussed. See, what does that entail to? CITATION.

In the process of research interview conversation, not only just the research conclusions are revealed but the trial experiments, sudden failures are also much discussed. The hardest part in any interview is if the audience is looking for very basic way of understanding the subject matter because nobody likes to put much thinking into the scientific jargon but still expects to gain some knowledge out of it. It is often not so exclusively said but so inherent in it that an interview also gives the researcher the opportunity to express the subject matter well. If the author is deranged by unexpected questions, this also in some cases opens up another researcher to pursue that aspect of the problem and there is by no means of drowning into quagmire because this type of situation always broadens out the depth of the research.

As we are making this discussion on the research interview of a project, one might go into asking where the promotion part comes from. The better the expression of yours in the explaining, the better you will be reminded of and that’s how the promoting part happens unknowingly. A rule of thumb in here is that one must have a basic transcript already prepared before appearing for the interview. If you run out of words in the explaining, a well done research could be ruined by the anxious crowd. This way of convincing always works and should be treated as the suggestive statement but imparts the very essence of satisfying the bigger audience and that is to throw the take-away message to them from carrying out the whole research.