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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submitting author hereby warrants that the submission is original and that she/he is the author of the submission together with the named co-authors; to the extend the submission incorporates text passages, figures, data or other material from the work of others, the submitting author has obtained any necessary permission.
  3. We expect at least 3 references to journals from OnlineJournals.ORG (http://online-journals.org/) if possible. Furthermore, without good reasons, your submission should not have more than 3 self-citations.
  4. The submission file is in Microsoft Word or RTF document file format. Here is the Template.
  5. All URL addresses in the text (e.g., http://pkp.sfu.ca) are activated and ready to click.
  6. The text is written in English and meets this journal’s formatting requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx
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Journal of Technology and Science Education

  • eISSN: 2013-6374
  • Journal Link: https://www.jotse.org/index.php/jotse/index
  • The Journal is indexed with the SCOPUS.
  • Scopus index link: https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100450131
  • Publication: 2022- The exact date will be announced after acceptance
  • * publication fee will be €300 per article
    1. The submission has not been previously published and has not been sent previously to other journal (or an explanatory note has been included in the “Comments to the editor” section).
    2. Neither this paper has been sent to other journal for consideration nor is planned to send to other journal until a final decision will made by JOTSE.
    3. The file submitted is sent in any of the following formats: Microsoft Word (doc), Rich Text Format (rtf) or Open Office (odt).
    4. It has been used the template provided by JOTSE to send the submission.
    5. All URLs in the text (e.g. https://pkp.sfu.ca) are active and clickable.As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
    1. The text has been written following the instructions about style and formatting included in the Template.
    2. All authors and their metadata will be submitted during the submission process. During the editing process can not be added more authors.
    3. The journal is not responsible for the authors omitted during the process of submission.
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The Journal of International Women’s Studies

The Journal is indexed with the MLA International Bibliography, The International Bibliography of Social Sciences, EBSCO, Elsevier Bibliographic Databases, Ulrich’s Periodicals, the Gale Group, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ProQuest Bibliographical References and SCOPUS.

  • Abstracts and key words should be included in the same file as the article. Abstracts should be 300-350 words in length. Authors should include one key word or phrase about their research methodology.
  • The maximum length of any contribution should be 7,500 words, inclusive of notes and bibliography.
  • Contributions should be double-spaced, including all notes and references. Page numbers should be placed in the upper-right corner, paragraphs should be indented, and all illustrations and tables should be labeled and captioned accurately. Use Times New Roman, 12-point font, left-justified text, and bold-faced headings. Follow APA or MLA citation styles, or a style appropriate to your discipline.
  • In the interests of blind peer review, only the title of the paper should appear on the first page. Authors should include their name and affiliation and any acknowledgements on a separate page.
  • A brief biographical note of not more than 80 words about each author should be supplied on a separate page including your email address if you wish readers to reach out to you.
  • Contributors should bear in mind the international nature of the journal’s audience. Footnote explanations are necessary for all political & geographic references, popular culture references, as well as academic references. Please do not assume that scholars who are famous in one country bear similar prestige elsewhere.
  • Submission of work to this journal will be taken to imply that it presents work not under consideration for publication elsewhere. On acceptance of work, the authors agree that the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute the article have been given to JIWS.
  • Permission to extensively quote from or reproduce copyright material must be obtained by the authors before submission and any acknowledgements should be included in the typescript, preferably in the form of an Acknowledgements section at the beginning of the paper. Where photographs or figures are reproduced, acknowledgement of source and copyright should be given in the caption.
  • All JIWS submissions go through a blind, peer review process. Please note that we will return articles that need extensive English language editing, do not conform to submission guidelines regarding formatting, and demonstrate a lack of professionalism with respect to quality of presentation—spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc.
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International Journal of Social Economics

Abstracted/Indexed in: Academic Search Alumni Edition/Academic Search Complete/Academic Search Elite/Academic Search Premier (EBSCO), Academic Search, Applied Social Science Index & Abstracts, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Business Index, Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities – Economics & Finance, EconLit online and CD ROM, ECONIS, Geo Abstracts and GEOBASE,International Bibliography of the Social Sciences – Economics, ReadCube Discover, RePEc: Research Papers in Economics, SCOPUS, T&F Education Research Abstracts, Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)

  • Scopus index link: https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/23717
  • Publication fee: No APC (unless for Open Access)
  • Publication Processes: 2022 – The exact date will be announced after acceptance

The International Journal of Social Economics publishes original and peer-reviewed theoretical and empirical research in the field of social economics. Its focus is on the examination and analysis of the interaction between economic activity, individuals and communities.

Social economics focuses on the relationship between social action and economies, and examines how social and ethical norms influence the behaviour of economic agents. It is inescapably normative and focuses on needs, rather than wants or preferences, and considers the wellbeing of individuals in communities: it accepts the possibility of a common good rather than conceiving of communities as merely aggregates of individual preferences and the problems of economics as coordinating those preferences.

Therefore, contributions are invited which analyse and discuss well-being, welfare, the nature of the good society, governance and social policy, social and economic justice, social and individual economic motivation, and the associated normative and ethical implications of these as they express themselves in, for example, issues concerning the environment, labour and work, education, the role of families and women, inequality and poverty, health and human development.

Submission Guidelines

Please ensure read and adhere to the Author Guidelines.

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Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences

JARSS is indexed/abstract with the following databases: Index Copernicus, DRJI, ResearchBib, Scientific Indexing Services, Scientific Indexing Services, Scilit, CiteFactor, WCOSJ, and Google Scholar. JARSS has linked its papers to references by DOIs assigned by Crossref.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page: List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.
  • Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)
  • Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.
  • Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx

European Journal of Behavioral Sciences

EJBS is indexed/abstract with the following databases: Index Copernicus, DRJI, ResearchBib, Scientific Indexing Services, Scientific Indexing Services, Scilit, CiteFactor, WCOSJ, and Google Scholar. EJBS has linked its papers to references by DOIs assigned by Crossref.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page: List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.
  • Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)
  • Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.
  • Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx

International Journal of Social Responsibility

All Papers will be assigned a unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Crossref and will be indexed by Google Scholar.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page: List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.

Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.

  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses the “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)
  • Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.
  • Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx

Journal of Advanced Research in Tourism

All Papers will be assigned a unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Crossref and will be indexed by Google Scholar.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page: List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.

Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.

  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses the “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)
  • Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.
  • Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx

International Journal of Childhood Education

All Papers will be assigned a unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Crossref and will be indexed by Google Scholar.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page: List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.
  • Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses the “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)
  • Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.
  • Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx

Journal of e-learning Research

All Papers will be assigned a unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Crossref and will be indexed by Google Scholar.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page: List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.
  • Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses the “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)
  • Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.
  • Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
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Journal of Advanced Research in Leadership

All Papers will be assigned a unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Crossref and will be indexed by Google Scholar.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page: List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.

Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.

  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses the “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)
  • Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.
  • Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx

Book available for Chapter submission

Following a publication Partnership with Proud Pen- open access books publisher- chapter publication opportunities will be offered free of charge. Please note that the OPEN ACCESS CHAPTER Publication Fee with Proud Pen is £450, however for those who apply for chapter contribution via this publication opportunity, the chapter publication fee will be waived.

Prepare your accepted conference submission according to the Book Chapter Template and submit it via the submission form. Your chapter submission will be reviewed by book editor for compliance with the quality and scope requirements of the Open Access Book.

Call for a Book Chapter

Use this exclusive opportunity to extend your research work and contribute to our upcoming Open Access book, Aging, and Ageism; Interdisciplinary Perspectives with ISBN 978-1-914266-18-8. Prepare your proposal and submit it via the online submission form. Make sure to stipulate that you agree to publish your chapter as part of the Open Access Book. Upon successful screening by the editorial board to ensure that the proposal adheres to the quality and focus requirements, your proposal will be sent for a double-blind peer-review process. If your book proposal is accepted, you will receive an open-access publication confirmation. You will then work closely with the Book Editor to deliver the final manuscript.

For the past three decades, debates and reflections upon aging and old age have gained unprecedented attention in the field of humanities and cultural studies, finally giving rise to the academic discipline of cultural gerontology. The increase of longevity and the rapid growth of the aging populations in Western societies have contributed to bringing the discourses of aging to the arena of academic discussion from multiple perspectives within the arts. The analysis of manifold cultural manifestations often underlines a historical ambivalent interpretation of old age, which echoes Cicero’s axiom in De Senectute (45 a.C.), as he asserts that “everyone hopes to reach old age, but when it comes, most of us complain about it.” From classical times, old age has often been defined through stereotypes that still pervade contemporary cultural manifestations, such as Aristophanes’s conception of old age as a second childhood, which gave way to the literary trope of the puer senex or the aged child and, subsequently, to Renaissance artistic depictions of ascending and descending staircases representing different life stages, which were known as Lebenstreppen and associated childhood and old age as demeaning stages of life in comparison with adulthood. In contemporary times, stereotypical perceptions of old age as a second childhood are revisited and revealed in their complexity, as is the case with Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s short story “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” (1922), in which life stages are blended and subverted, and the traditional dichotomy between the mind and the body with regard to aging is reconsidered with ambiguous results. In his study of symbolic images of the aged, Herbert Covey (1991) gives evidence of the proliferation of ambivalent portrayals of male and female aging throughout history, which acquire either positive or negative connotations and conform to a formulaic and even stereotypical representation of old age. Aged men were often depicted by means of archetypes, such as either the old fool, represented by King Lear in Shakespeare’s eponymous tragedy, or the sage, personified by Merlin as the old wizard in the legend of King Arthur. Similarly, aged women were assigned either the archetype of the lustful old widow, as is the case with the Wife of Bath in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, or the role of the compassionate fairy in folktales, represented by the fairy godmother in Charles Perrault’s Cinderella. Aged characters were thus depicted through either sentimentalised characterisations or descriptions that highlighted their role as social authorities, thus underpinning portrayals of the elderly as either dependent subjects often associated with illness and even death or as aging subjects endowed with wealth and social status who were perceived as preying on the youth. Social concerns and anxieties about aging and old age gradually emerged in classic Victorian gothic narratives, such as Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray and Bram Stoker’s Dracula, which brought into dialogue disquieting discourses of aging which remained latent in the late nineteenth century. With the advent of gender studies, critics such as Simone de Beauvoir in The Coming of Age (1970) contended how the aged self is mostly perceived by others and turns into an alienated part of ourselves, and Susan Sontag (1972) brought attention to the double standard of aging operating in contemporary society which considers that women age earlier than men. Studies focusing on the concept of late style, such as Ann Wyatt-Brown’s seminal volume (1993), also discuss how some artists and writers began their career in their later years or changed their approach to art significantly upon their aging years, thus exploring old age as a fruitful stage of unprecedented creativity. Painters like Claude Monet, composers such as Giuseppe Verdi, and writers ranging from Toni Morrison to Marcel Proust or J.R.R. Tolkien started their artistic career when they were well over their forties and extended it until their later years. Nevertheless, from a sociological perspective, Margaret Morganroth Gullette (1997) has brought attention to the decline narrative that has dominated most Western thinking about old age and, by resorting to psychoanalytic theories, but also moving away from them, Kathleen Woodward (1999) has pleaded for the need to praise the figure of the older woman in Freudian generational models, as well as that of the aged self in Lacanian theories of the mirror stage of age. Owing to the proliferation of aging studies and cultural gerontology, the discourses of aging have gained much interest from contemporary interdisciplinary perspectives within the humanities. Well into the twenty-first century, this edited collection seeks to re-examine historical portrayals of aging and old age, and analyze their contemporary depictions from different disciplines in the arts, which underline traditional and even stereotypical representations, but which also depart from them, thus producing myriad and complex, but also enriching and thought-provoking, portrayals and discussions of aging through a multifaceted approach.

To that purpose, areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • cinematic and theatrical representations of age: the aging actress and the performativity of age.
  • gender and aging: aged femininities, aged masculinities, queer aging.
  • studies of late style in the works of writers, artists, musicians.
  • theoretical and philosophical reflections about age and old age from classical to contemporary exponents.
  • analysis of the discourse of aging and aged characters in short fiction, novels, plays, poems.
  • conflict and understanding across generations in different cultures and countries.
  • the disruption of stereotypes of gender and age in different genres, such as detective fiction (the case of Miss Marple, Father Brown, etc.).
  • anxieties about age and old age as the abject in gothic fiction and fantasy.
  • the portrayal of the elderly in folktales and fairy tales.
  • Neo-Victorian novels that revisit Victorian conceptions of age and old age.
  • representations of old age in popular fiction: television series, cartoons, graphic novels.
  • the discourse of aging and old age in music, and iconic singers and musicians.
  • aging and old age in cyber worlds, virtual reality, and digital literature.
  • eroticism and old age: the portrayal of sexuality and the aging body in fiction.
  • the conception of fiction as therapeutic in illness and later years of life.
  • evolving portraits of the aging body in the arts: the past and the present.
  • the roles of aging male heroes in contemporary adventure fiction.
  • the aged and ecocriticism.
  • the perpetuation of stereotypes of aging and old age in popular culture.
  • subversion and defiance of the dictates of aging in different textualities: (not) acting your age.

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Call for a Book Chapter

Use this exclusive opportunity to extend your research work and contribute to our upcoming Open Access book, Heritage Studies with ISBN 978-1-914266-07-2. Prepare your proposal and submit it via the online submission form. Make sure to stipulate that you agree to publish your chapter as part of the Open Access Book. Upon successful screening by the editorial board to ensure that the proposal adheres to the quality and focus requirements, your proposal will be sent for a double-blind peer-review process. If your book proposal is accepted, you will receive an open-access publication confirmation. You will then work closely with the Book Editor to deliver the final manuscript.

Situated between past and future, heritage studies have the ability to transcend time and space. Heritage can be both timeless and contemporary, local and ubiquitous, and it is this ability for heritage to traverse modern boundaries and bridge temporal gaps between past, present and future generations that makes it both a significant and challenging field to study. Like any social science, heritage studies can only be approached through the lens of contemporary perspectives, making it a dynamic discipline. Accordingly, the study of heritage is a broad, inter-disciplinary field relying on creative theories and innovative methodologies to keep up with the ever-changing concerns and ideologies of a modern world.

The rapidity of societal, technological, and environmental change has never been more palpable, and this provides a unique and pressing opportunity to solidify current perspectives of heritage for posterity. Drawing on the ubiquitous nature of heritage and evolving from the current political and social climate, Heritage Studies will be a collection of chapters contributed by scholars and practitioners from a range of disciplines within the social sciences and addressing a variety of contemporary issues, with an emphasis on innovation and inclusiveness. Heritage belongs to everyone and in keeping with this idea of ubiquity, this open-access publication will be no less inclusive.

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Call for a Book Chapter

Use this exclusive opportunity to extend your research work and contribute to our upcoming Open Access book, Reflections on Higher Education: Challenges and Achievements with ISBN 978-1-914266-12-6. Prepare your proposal and submit it via the online submission form. Make sure to stipulate that you agree to publish your chapter as part of the Open Access Book. Upon successful screening by the editorial board to ensure that the proposal adheres to the quality and focus requirements, your proposal will be sent for a double-blind peer-review process. If your book proposal is accepted, you will receive an open-access publication confirmation. You will then work closely with the Book Editor to deliver the final manuscript.

Reflections on Higher Education: Challenges and Achievements will be a collection of scholarly and scientific edited chapters contributed by authors from different research fields. This book will provide a platform for researchers, educators, and practitioners to share their knowledge and experiences. Innovative ideas in the field will be covered in this book. The book will be edited by an experienced and highly-distinguished Editor expert in the field. Practicing researchers, academics, Ph.D. students, scholars, and scientists will compose the target audience of the edited book.

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