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Submission & Format Requirements

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Submission


For Electronic copies –
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All contributions must NOT have been published elsewhere and be under consideration for publication in other journals or books.

Format Requirements

  • Manuscripts should be double-spaced and typed in English . Development and Society does not have strict word-count limits, but 5,000-8,000 words are considered to be appropriate. Title Page should present each author’s full name and address for correspondence, including, telephone and facsimile numbers and e-mail address.
  • Abstract should be no more than 150 words in length, including the purpose, results and conclusions of the paper and development of your arguments in conciseness.
  • Keywords: Authors should list 4-6 keywords or phrases in order of importance.
  • Citations 
    1) Pagination follows the year of publication after a comma, with p. between spaces followed by the page number for a single page:
       - According to Boldbaatar and Sneath(2006,p. 299) ...
       - Boldbaatar and Sneath(2006,p. 299) argued ...
       - as mentioned before (Boldbaatar and Sneath 2006,p. 299), ...
    2) Pagination follows the year of publication after a comma, with p. between spaces followed by the page number for multiple pages:
       - According to Kriishan Kumar(2010,pp. 124-128), ...
       - Krishan Kumar(2010,pp. 124-128) argued ...
       - as mentioned before (Kumar 2010, pp. 124-128), ...
    3) For joint authors, give both last names.
       - (Martin and Bailey 1988)
    4) For three authors, give all last names in the first citation in the text; in subsequent citations, use the first name followed by et al..
       - First citation: (Carr, Smith, and Jones 1962)...
       - Later citations: (Carr et al. 1962)
    5) For four or more authors, use the first author's last name followed by et al. in all citations.
       - (Nilson et al. 1962)
    6) When quoting multiple resources, divide them by semi-colons (;), ordered by publication years, or authors' last names, the rule being consistent throughout the manuscript. When quoting multiple resources by the same author, divide them by commas (,).
       - by publication years: (Montgomery and Casterline 1993; Rosero-Bixby and Casterline 1994; Entwisle et al. 1996; Kohler 2001;
         Kohler, Behrman, and Watkins 2001)

       - by authors’ last names: (Abbott 1983, 1995; Gottschalk and Moffitt 1994; Tilly 1997; Western et al. 2012)
    7) If a work cited was reprinted from a version published earlier, list the earliest publication date in brackets, followed by the publication date of the recent version used.
       - Vablen ([1899] 1979) stated that ...
    8) When quoting media articles, italicize the media name, followed by the publication date (Month DD, YYYY).
       - (Dong-A Ilbo December 9, 1996)
  • References
    1) Monographs are to be referenced as follows; Last name, First name. Year. Book Title. Publisher location: Publisher name.
       - 
    Chang, Kyung-Sup. 2010. South Korea under Compressed Modernity: Familial Political Economy in Transition. London and New York:
         Routledge.
    2) 
    Journal articles are to be referenced as follows; Last name, First name, Year. "Article Title." Journal Title Issue(Number): pagination.
       - Koo, Hagen. 2007. “The Changing Faces of Inequality in South Korea in the Age of Globalization.” Korean Studies 31(2): 1-16.
    3) Book chapters are to be referenced as follows; Last name, First name. Year. “Article Title.” Pp. pagination, in Book Title. edited by Editors’ names. Publisher location: Publisher name.

       - Stepan, Alfred. 1985. “State Power and the Strength of Civil Society in the Southern Cone of Latin America.” Pp. 317-43, in Bringing the
         State Back In
    , edited by Peter B. Evans, Dietrich Rueschmeyer, and Theda Skocpol. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    4) Authors’ names should be their full names (except the middle name), not initialized.

       : Katz, Harry C. 1993. "The Decentralization of Collective Bargaining: A Literature Review and Comparative Analysis." Industrial & Labor
        Relations Review
    47(1): 3-22.

       : Katz, H. C. 1993. "The Decentralization of Collective Bargaining: A Literature Review and Comparative Analysis." Industrial & Labor
        Relations Review
    47(1): 3-22.
    5) In the reference list, romanize non-roman language titles, e.g. Korean, Japanese or Chinese, followed by the English translation in brackets.

       - Example: Lee, Sang-Soo and Myoung-Jin Lee. 2014. (In Korean) “Munhwa seonhowa chamyeoui dayangseonge gwanhan yeongu:
         Sahoegyeongjejeog jiwiwa sahoejeog yeongyeolmangui yeonghyangeul jungsimeulo [Variety of Cultural Preferences and Participation:
         The Effects of Socioeconomic Status and Social Networks].” Hangugsahoehag [Korean Journal of Sociology]: 25-57.

        (※ Refer to this website for automatically Romanizing Korean language titles, http://roman.cs.pusan.ac.kr/.)
    6) When citing online resources, specify the access date, followed by the URL in brackets.

       - Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2014a. “Employment Characteristics of Families - 2013.” April 25, 2013. Retrieved July 7, 2014         
         (http://www.bls.gov/news .release/pdf/famee.pdf).

  • Tables and Figures: All tables and figures should be prepared on separate sheets and attached at the end of the paper. Authors should indicate clearly in the text where tables and figures are to be inserted.
  • Biographical Sketch: All contributors should provide a biographical sketch in 80 words or less. Biographical sketches must contain authors’ physical address and email address. 
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