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JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL DISCIPLINES

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION

The Journal of Intercultural Disciplines is published semi-annually in the spring and fall. Members
of the organization will receive complimentary copies. Annual subscription for individuals is
$30.00 and $50.00 for libraries, agencies, etc. A single copy of an issue may be acquired for
$18.00. To obtain a subscription to the Journal of Intercultural Disciplines, print the
subscription form  and mail with a credit card number (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover), check or
money order (in US dollars) payable to:

NAAAS & Affiliates
PO Box 6670
Scarborough, ME 04070-6670 www.naaas.org

PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS

The Journal of Intercultural Disciplines publishes scholarly contributions within any academic
field that facilitates understanding of the experience and behavior of populations of color,  both
in  the  United  States  of  America  and  other  countries.  This  includes  reports  of empirical
research, discussions of current literature, original theoretical analyses of data, or literary
productions, studies or programs. The Journal publishes the most selective work presented from the
organizations’ annual conference and national/international submissions.

All manuscripts must comply with the following requirements: (1) have a maximum length  of  18
pages;  (2)  include  a  25-30  word  abstract;  (3)  be  double-spaced  (including references) and
provide a one-inch margin on all sides; (4) have written only on the first page: author’s
(authors’) name, address, email address, and the subject area that the manuscript reflects (African
American Studies, Asian Studies, Curriculum and Instruction, Counseling, Latin American Studies,
Native American Studies, Psychology, etc.); (5) be submitted in Times New Roman font size 12; (6)
be submitted electronically (naaasjournal@earthlink.net); (7) use the most recent edition of the
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) as a manual for style and
manuscript format. Authors bear responsibility for the accuracy of references, tables, and figures;
(8) use guidelines to reduce bias in language against persons on the basis of gender, sexual
orientation, racial, or ethnic group of reference, disability, or age by referring to the APA
publication manual; (9) do not submit material that has been previously published or that is under
consideration with another periodical; and (10) have permission for lengthy quotations (300-500
words). It is required to have written permission from the copyright holder for reproduction.
Adaptation of tables and figures also requires reproduction approval. It is the author’s
responsibility to secure such permission. A copy of the publisher’s permission
must be provided the Journal Editor upon acceptance of the article for publication.

JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL DISCIPLINES

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION

The Journal of Intercultural Disciplines is published semi-annually in the spring and fall. Members
of the organization will receive complimentary copies. Annual subscription for individuals is
$30.00 and $50.00 for libraries, agencies, etc. A single copy of an issue may be acquired for
$18.00. To obtain a subscription to the Journal of Intercultural Disciplines, print the
subscription form  and mail with a credit card number (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover), check or
money order (in US dollars) payable to:

NAAAS & Affiliates
PO Box 6670
Scarborough, ME 04070-6670 www.naaas.org

PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS

The Journal of Intercultural Disciplines publishes scholarly contributions within any academic
field that facilitates understanding of the experience and behavior of populations of color,  both
in  the  United  States  of  America  and  other  countries.  This  includes  reports  of empirical
research, discussions of current literature, original theoretical analyses of data, or literary
productions, studies or programs. The Journal publishes the most selective work presented from the
organizations’ annual conference and national/international submissions.

All manuscripts must comply with the following requirements: (1) have a maximum length  of  18
pages;  (2)  include  a  25-30  word  abstract;  (3)  be  double-spaced  (including references) and
provide a one-inch margin on all sides; (4) have written only on the first page: author’s
(authors’) name, address, email address, and the subject area that the manuscript reflects (African
American Studies, Asian Studies, Curriculum and Instruction, Counseling, Latin American Studies,
Native American Studies, Psychology, etc.); (5) be submitted in Times New Roman font size 12; (6)
be submitted electronically (naaasjournal@earthlink.net); (7) use the most recent edition of the
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) as a manual for style and
manuscript format. Authors bear responsibility for the accuracy of references, tables, and figures;
(8) use guidelines to reduce bias in language against persons on the basis of gender, sexual
orientation, racial, or ethnic group of reference, disability, or age by referring to the APA
publication manual; (9) do not submit material that has been previously published or that is under
consideration with another periodical; and (10) have permission for lengthy quotations (300-500
words). It is required to have written permission from the copyright holder for reproduction.
Adaptation of tables and figures also requires reproduction approval. It is the author’s
responsibility to secure such permission. A copy of the publisher’s permission
must be provided the Journal Editor upon acceptance of the article for publication.

Phone: 207-856-2500 - Fax: 207-856-2800 - PO BOX 6670 - Scarborough, ME 04070-6670 - 850 Main Street, Westbrook 04092


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