East Asian Science, Technology and Society (EASTS) aims to promote both science, technology and society (STS) studies as well as science and technology studies (S&TS) on the growing East Asia region. The journal contains research and commentary on the dynamics of science, technology and medicine, and the impact of these developments on policy, politics, gender, and culture. EASTS will offer fresh STS perspectives, not only because we share similar cultural and colonial history, similar geological and biological composition, but also because of our similar socioeconomic and political positions contrast to the West. EASTS is an interdisciplinary, quarterly journal based in Taiwan and co-edited by editorial boards in Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and the West.
The publication of the English journal EASTS will begin with two issues in 2007, and then progress to a regular schedule of quarterly issues in 2008. EASTS welcomes research articles, review articles, book reviews, critical notes, and other special articles for EASTS communities. Articles should be between 6,000 and 12,000 words in length, and longer articles may be considered for publication in two or more parts. Shorter contributions will be considered for the “Notes and Letters” section. All contributions should be typed and double-spaced on quarto or A4-size paper.
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