Communication: Journalism Education Today
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Send all requests to publish excerpts, queries, manuscripts, art or photographs to
Bradley Wilson, Ph.D., editor
The publisher assumes no responsibility for the return of manuscripts or art.
Copy should be submitted electronically, either by use of DropBox or an FTP server or via email. Microsoft Word is the preferred file format. Plain text or RTF files are also acceptable.
Digital photos should be submitted as 300 PPI JPEG files using a compression of 10, 11 or 12 either in grayscale or RGB mode. Complete caption information and photograph credits should be typed into the File Info fields in Photoshop. Do not send captions separate from photos. Digital photos MUST have caption/credit information in the File Info Description fields.
C:JET prints first-time material only. Articles submitted to other journals for publication may be simultaneously submitted to C:JET. However, if accepted to C:JET, other submissions must be withdrawn. Authors will be notified within 30 days whether refereed submissions have been accepted.
If accepted, the author will be asked to produce supplementary materials, possibly including handouts and other material for classroom use.
The manuscript should be no more than 4,000 words long (excluding tables, charts, graphs, and endnotes). An abstract of no more than 100 words must accompany each submission. Author identification should appear only on the title page and should include academic rank or professional title, applicable university, departmental affiliation and a short, 2-5 sentence bio.
Used endnotes, following AEJMC style. Do not use in-text references, i.e., (Weston, 1972). Do not use op. cit., ibid., or bc. cit.
Each manuscript should be submitted as an attachment to the editor, Bradley Wilson, Ph.D., (email@example.com). Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word format and double-spaced.
Refereed articles that are rejected may be resubmitted for the non-refereed section of C:JET and will be considered if appropriate.