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Article Formatting Guidelines


Guidelines for Articles

Contributors should ensure that a complete e-mail address is provided when submitting reviews. It is VERY important that if, for any reason, you cannot meet the agreed upon deadline, the editor should be informed as soon as possible.

Aricles can be anywhere from 7,000 to 10,000 words, providing a brief abstract of the article and the applicable keywords. Contibutors whose native language is not English should consult with the editor beforehand about having their reviews edited into idiomatic English.
 

Formatting Rules


Your article should begin with the title, your name, affiliation (if an independent scholar, name plus city and country of residency), abstract, keywords and body of the article. 

For Example:

Turning to New Religions: The Exodus from Established Power


Vincent Radcliffe
Erehwon University

        <abstract>

Keywords

Religion, New Religions Movements, New Age


Header (if applicable)

<Body of Text>

 

Copyright:

Authors must sign a contributor release form before articles can be published.