IAP BOOK SERIES
Contemporary Language Education
Call for Manuscripts
Background: The Contemporary Language Education series seeks to highlight research into the ways in which the broader national, international, and educational contexts shape the theory and practice of contemporary education. It seeks to be both micro- and macro- in its analytical frame. Thus, works that focus on policy-level, methodological, or classroom-level analysis are appropriate and meaningful.
Manuscripts: A prospectus or manuscript should follow the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Manuscripts need to be type-written and double spaced on white 8 1/2’ x 11’ paper. Do not insert headers or footers into the manuscript. Insert page numbers in upper right hand corner. Include an abstract of approximately 150 words. Insert tables and figures in the text where appropriate. On a separate cover page, please include the author(s) name, professional title, institutional affiliation, and all contact information (phone, fax, mailing address, email).
Submission of a manuscript implies commitment to publish in this series. Authors should not simultaneously submit this manuscript elsewhere for publication consideration.
Inquiries: Please direct all inquiries to: Terry A. Osborn, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee email@example.com
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