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>Subject: CFP: Storytelling, Self, Society (3/1/05; journal issue)
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>Storytelling, Self, Society:
>An Interdisciplinary Journal of  Storytelling Studies
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>Call for Proposals
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>Storytelling, Self,  Society is a bi-annual, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed
>journal that publishes  scholarship on a wide variety of topics related to
>storytelling as  interpersonal, performance, or public discourse.  Papers may
>represent  disciplines including but not limited to storytelling, folklore,
>cultural  studies, communication, English, education, library
>science, health care,
>  business, peace studies, psychology, sociology, anthropology, pop culture,
>theater and performance studies.  For more information on the journal, we
>invite submitters to visit our web site:  www.fau.edu/storytelling/journal.htm
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>For consideration in the Fall 2005  issue, please email a completed
>manuscript by March 1, 2005, to:
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>Caren  S. Neile, MFA, Ph.D.
>Managing Editor, Storytelling, Self,  Society
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>Manuscripts (headings and in-text citations),  abstracts, references/works
>cited, figures, and tables must conform either to:  (a) the Publication Manual
>of the American Psychological Association (2001,  Fifth Edition)
>guidelines, or
>(b) to the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research  Papers (2003, Sixth Edition,
>Modern Language Association of America).  Contributors are encouraged to
>follow the guidelines of these manuals for  avoiding bias in language. Each
>submission should include a single-paragraph  abstract of no more
>than 120 words on
>a separate page, preceding the manuscript.  Submittors should indicate whether
>their submissions conform for MLA or APA  style, and include in the letter to
>the Managing Editor the history of the  manuscript (conference paper,
>Master's Thesis, Dissertation, part of a larger  study, to name a few).
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>By submitting to SSS, authors warrant that (a)  they will not submit their
>manuscript to any other publication while the  manuscript is under review with
>SSS, (b) the work is original and not previously  published in any form, and
>(c) appropriate credit has been given to other  contributors, including
>students, to the project. Manuscripts should be no more  than 20
>double-spaced pages
>(excluding references, tables, figures, or  appendixes; 12-pt. Times
>New Roman,
>1-inch page margins all around). Manuscripts  that do not conform to the
>mission of the journal, or do not comply with the  submission
>guidelines, will not
>be reviewed. In submitting, authors agree to  assign copyright of their
>manuscripts, if accepted, to SSS.
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