[xmca] Fwd: Asia Pacific Journal of Education - Call for papers

From: Peter Smagorinsky (smago@uga.edu)
Date: Fri Mar 31 2006 - 03:10:02 PST

>The focus of Asia Pacific Journal of Education is on major shifts in
>educational policy and governance, curriculum and pedagogy, and in the
>everyday lives and practices of students and teachers in the Asia-Pacific
>Rim. New empirical and theoretical work, as well as critical and
>exploratory essays that focus on the impacts of modernity, postcolonialism
>and globalisation on education systems will be featured.
>We would welcome manuscripts on:
> * cultural and linguistic continuity and change;
> * ethnicity, class, gender and diversity in education;
> * systems and infrastructure development;
> * cultures and discourses of educational organisations;
> * educational policy responses;
> * migrant and indigenous education;
> * historical and current educational relationships between Asian and
> Pacific countries and systems;
> * relationships with the educational ideas and systems of the 'North'
> and 'West';
> * the impacts of new communications media and technologies, new and
> hybrid cultural forms and practices, and globalised economies on education.
>Asia Pacific Journal of Education is published bi-annually by Routledge –
>Executive Editors
>Allan Luke - Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology,
>S. Gopinathan - Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice, National
>Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
>International Advisory Board
>Robin Alexander – University of Cambridge, UK; Philip Altbach – Boston
>College, USA; Kathryn Au – University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA; Suresh A
>Canagarajah – City University of New York, USA; Ladda Chabuthom - Rajabhat
>Institute Ragagarinda, Thailand; Lorna K S Chan – Hong Kong Institute of
>Education, Hong Kong; Joy Chew Oon Ai – National Institute of Education,
>Singapore; Andrew Gonzalez – De La Salle University, Philippines; Kris
>Gutiιrrez – University of California Los Angeles, USA; Anne
>Hickling-Hudson - Queensland University of Technology, Australia; Ruyko
>Kabuta – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; Molly N. N. Lee
>– UNESCO, Bangkok; Yoonmi Lee – Hongik University, Korea; Rupert Maclean –
>UNESCO-UNEVOC, Germany; Shyam Menon – University of Delhi, India; Yoshiko
>Nozaki – State University of New York at Buffalo, USA; Alastair Pennycook
>– University of Technology Sydney, Australia; Fazal Rizvi – University of
>Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA; Linda Tuhiwai Smith – University of
>Auckland, New Zealand; Jason Tan Eng Thye – National Institute of
>Education, Singapore; Konai Helu Thaman – University of the South Pacific,
>Fiji; Kelleen Toohey – Simon Fraser University, Canada; Carlos Torres –
>University of California Los Angeles, USA; Geoff Whitty – Institute of
>Education, UK; Ting-Hong Wong – Academia Sinica, Taiwan
>Review Editors
>Dennis Kwek, National Institute of Education, Singapore
>Information for contributors
>Refereed Papers
>Papers should be in the range of 6000 words (including an abstract of 100
>– 200 words, references, and space taken for tables/figures – calculated
>on 500 words to a journal page) in length, typed in 12 pt font on A4
>paper, paginated and double-spaced. A separate first page should include
>the full title, a short title for use as a running head, author name(s),
>institutional and email address(es), and indicate the author responsible
>for correspondence related to manuscript submission. The title should be
>on page 1 and not exceed 10 words (50 letters), and should be followed by
>an abstract of 100 – 200 words.
>Papers should be submitted to the Editorial Administrator via
><mailto:APJE@nie.edu.sg>APJE@nie.edu.sg and authors should follow the
>notes for contributors at
>Reviews can vary from 1000 words for a single-title review to 6000 words
>for an essay review. Contributors should follow the guidelines for
>articles, and attempt to review books in terms of related and current
>literature and scholarly debate.
>Your assistance in forwarding this e-mail to relevant contacts would be
>much appreciated.
>Katrina Keith
>Research Manager, Centre for Research in Pedagogy & Practice
>Editorial Administrator, Asia Pacific Journal of Education
>National Institute of Education
>Nanyang Technological University
>1 Nanyang Walk
>Singapore 637616
>T +65 6790 3978
>F +65 6896 9845
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