Author Guidelines

If you are interested in publishing with us, please make sure your work suits our addressed fields of interest before proceeding to the information below.

General Information

The Journal for Communication and Culture publishes original scientific papers written in the English language. Articles submitted should range between 3500 and 7500 words and book reviews between 1000 and 2000 words. Articles must be accompanied by an abstract of about 150 words and up to five key words or phrases.

Book reviews are to be accompanied by up to five key words or phrases and a digital copy of the book’s cover (.png and.jpg formats are preferred).

In addition to the manuscripts, authors should include in their submission information on their institutional affiliation and some contact information, e.g. email address. Please provide this information separate from the manuscript, to help anonymously peer-review the latter.

Formatting Your Manuscript

Your content should be saved as a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file before being sent to our editors. Authors are asked to use a serif font (Times New Roman is preferred), a font size of 12 points and a line spacing of 1.5 lines. The following document will briefly walk you through what JCC editors expect from a manuscript in terms of style and formatting. Authors are strongly urged to consult and apply the guidelines of The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition, prior to submitting their manuscripts. Note that JCC accepts both the notes and bibliography style, as well as the author-date one, but prefers the former. You may also consider consulting some citation examples from the following document:

Citation Examples for JCC

Please note that by submitting your papers, you agree with and accept our terms of service.

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