The purpose of this paper is to offer the author's view about some of the challenges young Iberoamerican scholars face in order to build a successful research record.
This is an individual account of some of the most common barriers Iberoamerican scholars face when starting their academic career.
The paper presents some of the difficulties encountered by young scholars, such as motivation, lack of feedback, teaching load, and lack of resources and addresses these challenges in an almost intimate fashion.
The paper uses an idiosyncratic approach to the practical career obstacles faced by a young scholar outside the mainstream academic environment.
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