Social Epistemology, a journal of knowledge, culture and policy invites interdisciplinary papers that address the social formation, organization, management or production of knowledge.
Manuscripts submitted to Social Epistemology should address an audience engaged in the academic issues of knowledge production and organisation but not necessarily conversant in the same hermetic vocabularies. The journal will maintain a style of discourse adapted to an interdisciplinary audience.
Manuscripts are accepted solely on the basis of their quality and appropriateness. The journal uses blind peer review. Accordingly, the identity of authors is concealed from members of the editorial board during their evaluations of submissions, and no indicators of authorship should appear in the manuscript.
To that end, each manuscript should contain one copy of a separate title page with a word count, the authorís name, academic position, affiliation, address, telephone number, fax number, and an e-mail address. Include a history of the manuscript, whether it is derived from an M.A. or Ph.D. thesis with the advisorís name, whether it has been presented at a conference, or other pertinent information about its development. On a separate sheet, as part of the manuscript, provide an abstract of 100 words or less with a list of five suggested key words.
Submit four copies of the manuscript, double-spaced throughout, prepared according to the 15th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.
For more information about Social Epistemology, please see the journalís home page (provided below).
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