Globalization is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the examination of social, political, economic, and technological globalization. Authors are invited to submit articles on virtually any topic that attends to the issue of globalization. Articles will be published on a per-issue basis with regular volume numbers. All submissions will be peer reviewed in a timely and critical (but constructive) manner. The submission of articles implies a commitment on the part of the author to publish in this journal. Thus, authors who submit articles should not simultaneously submit their manuscripts to other journals.
Articles can be sent directly over the Internet as attachments to email messages (preferably as MSWord documents, although other formats are acceptable as well), or mailed in digital format to the Editor. Articles should be double-spaced and employ a 12 point font throughout--including quotations, references and notes. Each article should be accompanied by a title page that includes: all authors' names, institutional affiliations, addresses, telephone numbers and (if applicable) e-mail addresses. There are no stringent limitations upon the length of submissions. As a general framework, articles should be between 4,000-10,000 words, however, longer and shorter works will also be considered.
Referencing Format for In-Text Citations
When referencing an another author's work in the text cite the last name of the author, the year of publication and place these references in parentheses. For example:
1. If the author's name is in the text, then follow it with the year in parentheses, e.g., "...Foucault (1980)."
2. If the author's name is not in the text, then enclose the last name and year in parentheses, e.g., "...(Richardson, 1997)"
Pagination should follow the year of publication after a colon, e.g., "...(Orwell, 1984: 44)." Separate a series of references with semicolons, e.g., (Baudrillard, 1997; Collins, 1998; Smith, 1983)
References should follow the text in a section titled "References." All references used in the text should also be listed in the references section and vice versa. List the references alphabetically by author. If there are two or more items by the same author, then list them in order of the year of publication. If two or more works cited are by the same author within the same year, then distinguish them by adding letters (e.g., a, b, c, etc.). Examples of various referencing formats follow:
Gussow, Zachary (1964). The Observer-Observed Relationship as Information About Structure in Small-Group Research: A Comparative Study of Urban Elementary School Classrooms. Psychiatry 27: 230-247.
Bourdieu, Pierre (1984). Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste. Trans. Richard Nice. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Lincoln, Yvonna S. and Norman K. Denzin (1994). The Fifth Moment. Pp. 575-586 in the Handbook of Qualitative Research. Denzin, Norman K. and Yvonna S. Lincoln (Eds.). Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Jacobson, J. W., Mulick, J. A., & Schwartz, A. A. (1995). A history of facilitated communication: Science, pseudoscience, and antiscience: Science working group on facilitated communication. American Psychologist, 50, 750–765. http://www.apa.org/journals/jacobson.html
Online Review Process
Our online review produces very fast turn around in decisions and publication. We pride ourselves on an open, transparent, and democratic review procedure. Being freely available on the Internet, authors are assured that their works have a world wide audience.
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