The Melbourne Journal of Politics is seeking articles, review essays and book reviews for the forthcoming Volume 33. The focus will be on the debates surrounding globalisation, its influence on identity and its effect on the analysis of world affairs in a number of regional and global contexts.
We welcome submissions from a variety of disciplines with an emphasis on how the processes of globalisation have shaped the fields of political science, international relations, sociology and history. This might include:
§ Explorations of how globalisation influences the way states, communities and individuals construct and portray their identity;
§ Evaluations of how globalisation has influenced the shaping of Australian identity in regional and international affairs;
§ Analysis of the impact of globalisation on the role of international and regional institutions;
§ Examinations of the influence and impact of global institutions on state and individual identity.
§ Broader interpretations of concepts of identity from the above areas of study.
All submissions must conform to the MJP style guide, available at http://www.politics.unimelb.edu.au/aboutus/mjp.html. Please note that formatting is the sole responsibility of the author.
The deadline for submissions is COB Friday 14 December 2007, all submissions should be emailed to: The Editors at email@example.com
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