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How to Contribute to the Journal

13 Oct 2010 18:41 | Anonymous

Notes for contributors


  • Articles generally run between 1000 to 4000 words, however we are flexible and can run articles over several issues

  • Book reviews should be approximately 500 words 

  • All contributions should be accompanied by a short biography of the author 

  • We do publish previously published and accepted-for-publication material, provided our readers are unlikely to have read it previously and there are no copyright restrictions on republishing. Please include details of where the contribution was or is to be published 

  • Authors of articles accepted for publication authorise publication in hard copy in the Journal and in all forms of electronic media including the internet 

  • We seek not to be didactic about references and citations. Either scientific or legal style footnoting is acceptable. All references are published as endnotes, not footnotes. 

  • If possible please send contributions in an electronic format - preferably on Word or ASCII text file to the Editors.

Please send all correspondence about contributions to the Editors.

Don't hesitate to email us if you have any problems


 Please Note: Each article will be reviewed to determine its suitability for publication. The Editors do not guarantee that all articles submitted will be published in the Journal.


 

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