How Much Do You Referee?

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How many journal submissions do you referee each year?

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Following a brief poll and discussion on Twitter posted by Eric Wiland (University of Missouri-St.Louis), I was asked to gather some more information on this. The following is a one-question poll. Please answer only the question directed at persons who have the type of position you have. The surveys will remain open until the weekend, and then we’ll have a post about the results next week. Thank you.

Tenured philosophy professors, answer this one:

Tenured philosophy professors, how many journal submissions do you referee in a year?

Untenured tenure-track philosophy professors, answer this one:

Untenured tenure-track philosophy professors, how many journal submissions do you referee in a year?

Non-tenure track philosophy professors, lecturers, instructors, and adjuncts, answer this one:

Non-tenure-track philosophy professors, instructors, lecturers (who are not current graduate students), how many journal submissions do you referee in a year?

Philosophy graduate students, answer this one:

Philosophy graduate students, how many journal submissions do you referee in a year?

Those with graduate training in philosophy who work outside of academia, answer this one:

Those who have some graduate training in philosophy and a job outside of academia, how many journal submissions do you referee in a year?

Related: A Little Rough Data about Journal Refereeing in Philosophy

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