We are calling for papers for the inaugural issue to be launched in January 2015.
(Submission deadline: 1st December 2014).
GJCCI is an open access quarterly e-journal.
By open access, it means that all authors acknowledge that the content is free for the public to read, download, print and distribute without their prior permission.
Each volume (1 volume per year) consists of 4 issues. The following table indicates the date of publication and the deadline for submission.
Date of Publication
1st January > Deadline: 1st December (the year before)
1st April > Deadline: 1st March
1st July > Deadline: 1st June
1st October > Deadline: 1st September
Authors are required to ensure that no materials in their manuscripts infringes any existing copyrights. Authors must ensure that their manuscripts have not been published or being considered to be published by another journal. Authors are allowed to submit their conference papers if the papers are not published in the proceedings.
There are no fees involved in the publication. Authors will be informed of the editorial board’s decision prior to the publication.
All manuscripts must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. The manuscript must be submitted in a single Microsoft Word Document. The main body of the email must include:
– Name of the author(s)
– Faculty and University of each author
– Programme of Study of each author (for example MFA in Arts Administration)
Submissions after the deadline may be considered for future issues.
ALL AUTHORS ARE REQUIRED TO FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING FORMAT, IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION.
– All manuscripts must be submitted in Microsoft Word Document format. No PDF submissions are allowed.
– Font/ Font Size/ Spacing/ Alignment: Times New Roman/ 12 / Double Spacing / Justified
– Maximum number of pages: 35 pages / Images (jpeg only) must be embedded into the text and not submitted as separate attachments.
– Format of the paper: Title / Abstract (maximum 300 words) / Keywords (maximum 6 words or short phrases)/ Main text/ References. The author’s name and institution should not be included in the paper.
– Referencing: Authors are free to use any referencing system. Do not include references in the footnotes. All references should be indicated after the main text of the paper. Footnotes (not endnotes) can be used for further explanation or definition of certain subjects or points.