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    y separately published work icon TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs vol. 25 no. 2 2021 23405912 2021 periodical issue 'It is clear to Australian academics that the current government does not value education, nor does it demonstrate the national valuing of the arts that existed 25 years ago.' (Editorial introduction)

    'For some years, the regular edition editors at TEXT have followed a labour- intensive procedure in handling submissions and the peer review process, with all correspondence going through the central TEXT email address. We would like to improve our ability to track articles in the system, and also allow our authors and peer reviewers to check easily what stage an article is up to, what is required of them, and by when.' TEXT in the Future : introduction

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