Call for Papers

 
International Conference “Education Across Borders”
Florina 5-7 October 2012
 
Researchers interested In participating with oral presentations are invited to submit their abstracts by 30th May 15th June 2012, exclusively in electronic form to the following email address educbr@uowm.gr or via the Submission Webform.
Oral presentations will have a duration of 15 min. The official language of the conference will be English. The length of each abstract must not exceed 250 words.
Authors are kindly requested to compile their abstracts according to the following requirements:
  • text font: Times New Roman 12pts
  • space: single
  • alignment: justified
  • margins: all 3cm
  • title(s), author(s) name(s), affiliation, electronic address –all centered 
Proceeding paper submission
Authors who will have their paper presented at the Conference are invited to submit a manuscript for consideration for publication in the conference proceedings by 2nd  20 th 26th September 2012, to the following email address educbr@uowm.gr.
Authors are kindly requested to compile their full papers according to the following requirements:
  • The paper should be written in English
  • The length of the paper should not exceed 5000 words including footnotes, tables, references and appendices
  • text font: Times New Roman 12 pts (footnotes: 10 pts)
  • space: single
  • alignment: justified
  • margins: all 3cm
The first page of the paper must contain the following information -all centered:
  • The title of the paper (16 pts, bold)
  • One line space left
  • Author(s) name(s), affiliation, electronic address (12 pts, bold)
  • Two line spaces left
References cited in the text should read thus: (Brown 2000), (Brown 2001: 63-68), (Brown & Smith 2003). Use “et al.” when citing a work by more than two authors, e.g. (Brown et al. 2004). The letters, a, b, c, etc. should be used to distinguish citations of different works by the same author in the same year, e.g. (Brown 2000a, 2000b). For multiple citations: (Brown 2005, Smith 1998).
All references cited in the text should be listed alphabetically and presented in full at the end of the paper (indent hanging 1.27 cm), using the following style:
Articles in journals:
Kossinets, G, & Duncan J. W. (2009) Origins of homophily in an evolving social network. American Journal of Sociology 115:405–450.
Books:
Denzin, N. & Lincoln, Y. (2000) Handbook in qualitative research. Thousands Oaks, CA: Sage.
Contributions to books:
Dahlgren, P. (1997) Cultural studies and media research, in J. Corner, P. Schlesinger & R. Silverstone (eds) (pp. 48-64). An international handbook of media research.London: Routledge.
Theses:
Choi, M. (2008) Contesting Imaginaires in death rituals during the Northern song dynasty. PhD diss.,University ofChicago.
Electronic sources:
Chicago manual of style (2011) Author-date system. Accessed October 1 2011. http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html