Frequently Asked Questions about Journal of Thought.


What kinds of articles are suitable for the Journal of Thought?

The Journal welcomes scholar's work that represents varied viewpoints, methodologies, disciplines, cultures, and nationalities as it seeks to treat the most comprehensive issues and problems confronting education throughout the world. Essays that develop a reasoned and supported argument, that offer insightful analysis and critiques of other's arguments, or that report on significant research of interest to the field are welcomed. The editorial goal is to stimulate a warranted synthesis of diverse viewpoints and to encourage interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary dialogue.

What manual of style should be used?

Use the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Edition or the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th Edition, APA). See Submission Guidelines on the inside back cover of this issue for details.

How long does it take for the editors and reviewers to make a decision about a manuscript?

During the academic year, the response time is approximately fourteen to sixteen weeks. Manuscripts submitted in the late spring and summer may take additional time.

How long does it take for a manuscript to be published after it is accepted for publication?

The time frame for publication after a manuscript has been accepted varies depending upon a variety of variables. For example, thematic and guest editor issues are often published at a slower pace...

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