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Guidelines for Authors

 

Important: The JVE considers papers which have been published elsewhere and where the author agrees to the original being edited. All contributions must be accompanied by the statement "I/we am/are the copyright holder in this paper", or a letter of agreement to publish by the original publisher. Please ensure that papers are directly related to values education and not about values in general. To this end, ensure that the title of your paper contains the phrase "values education" and in the paper give your definition of values education.

Send contributions as a Word attachment to: The Editor, JVE, cave.values@virgin.net or by post to 85 Argyll Place Aberdeen, AB25 2HU, Scotland.

Please enclose postage in the form of stamps (UK) or International Postal Coupons for return of papers not published. Keep a copy of your paper. Authors and/or original publishers retain full copyright.Authors are encouraged to write short letters raising points of interest, offering points of departure and supplying information that might be helpful to readers.

  • Contributions should be between 2500 and 3000 words.

  • Include a short abstract summarising your main findings or suggestions.

  • Footnotes at the bottom of relevant pages: number consecutively.

  • Use double quotation marks throughout.

  • Use "s" instead of "z" in words like "realise" and "organisation".

  • Avoid use of foreign language and Latin terms. Where they are essential, explain their meaning in a footnote.

  • Use italics for only foreign terms and book titles. Avoid underlining.

  • Ensure tables and diagrams have a title.

  • Avoid "etc.", "e.g." and "i.e."

  • References. Within the text as follows:

  • (Smith 1996:45-50) Use "a", "b" and "c" for other publications of Smith in 1996.

  • References in the Reference list:

Books

Tilby, A (1979) Teaching God. Collins, London.

Edited Volumes

Haldane, J M and Taylor, M J (Eds) Values in education and education in values. Falmer Press, London.

Articles in journals

Robb, W M (1993) Values education: what implication for value-based management? Int. J. Value-based Management 6, 2.

Articles in edited books

Niblett, R (1993) A religious dimension in education. In: Selmes, C S G and Robb, W M (Eds) Values and the curriculum. Cave, Aberdeen.

Dissertations

Warren E T (1968) The implications of A H Maslow’s "Hierarchy of Needs Theory" for adult education. PhD thesis, Indiana University

 
 

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