publishes works that focus on a
wide range of global issues, such as poverty, human rights,
global justice, propaganda, global media, global economy,
global conflicts, inter-faith dialogue, ethics, cultural and
spiritual values, international cooperation, non-violent
conflict resolution and peace building, intercultural
communication, alternative socio-economic models, young
people and globalization, women's rights, human rights, war
and peace, environmental issues, global rules and
regulations, regional disputes and cooperation, alternative
media, and other timely subjects involving globalization.
All scholarly articles should
adhere to the following guidelines:
and essays must be written according to the
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association,
should include: (a) article title, (b) author name/s, (c)
current position/affiliation, (d) brief biography, (e) email
and mail addresses, (f) a brief abstract, (g) five to ten
keywords reflecting the contents of paper, and (g) the URL
for author/s' personal web page.
Submissions must be in camera-ready format and include
tables, graphs, charts, etc. within the text.
there is no absolute limit on length, submitted papers
should be confined to approximately 7000 words.
are expected to carefully proofread their work before
that do not conform to the stated submission guideline will
be returned to author/s for revisions.
are responsible for obtaining any necessary permission from
copyright holders for reproducing previously published
material, including charts, graphs, photos, tables, etc.
should consider including links to any references, web
pages, or sites related to their work (this is a strong
advantage of electronic publications).
Manuscripts must be submitted to the Editors electronically
via email, CD, or HD disc in Microsoft Word, Word Perfect,
or text format.
are strongly urged to not use the automated
footnoting feature in Word or WordPerfect as these generated
footnotes or endnotes do not import well into HTML format;
it would be best to simply type these as endnotes at the end
of the article per APA guidelines as indicated above (using
subscripted numeric markers within the article text).