The Journal of Global Issues is a biannual journal that publishes original research papers in all academic fields including humanities, social sciences, business, and the arts. The journal seeks to act as a catalyst for new scholars in all academic areas and to motivate minority faculty to participate in academic research and publication. The journal offices are housed at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas, the oldest historically black college west of Mississippi.
The Journal of Global Issues welcomes papers for its debut publication in March 2001. The theme for the first edition is “ The Impact of Technology on Post-Modern Society.” Topics such as Technology and Language, Diversity in Technology Transfer, Technology in Education from a Global Perspective, and Technology and Ethics are welcome.
All papers must conform to the specifications described in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Manuscripts should be concise yet sufficiently detailed to permit critical review. All papers submitted should contain an abstract, which should not exceed 200 words.
Authors are required to submit three hard copies of their manuscripts and a standard 3-½ “ diskette containing a Microsoft word file of the paper for review. All manuscripts should be sent to:
The Journal of Global Issues
Paul Quinn College
3837 Stuart Simpson Road, Education Building, room 135
Dallas, Texas 75241
Manuscripts are reviewed with the understanding that they have not been previously published in whole or in part, have not been previously accepted for publication and are not under consideration for publication by another journal.
All articles submitted should be double spaced and typed on only one side of the paper. Margins should be one inch at the top, bottom, and sides of the page. Manuscripts should have a title page and an abstract page. The title page should contain the title, name of author, affiliation, address, telephone number and e-mail. Acknowledgements also should appear on the title page. Title should be short, and abstracts should be informative for non-specialists. A short biographical note of the contributor(s) should also be submitted.
The introduction should state clearly the objectives of the paper as well as the motivation and context of the research. Notes should be placed at the end of the manuscript preceding the references.
The deadline for submission for the debut edition is January 31st, 2001.
If you have any questions please call The Editorial Board at 214-302-3631 0r 3694
Paul Quinn College
3837 Simpson Stuart Rd
Dallas, TX 75241
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