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      Lisa Weston <Lisa.Weston@...>
      Sent by: owner-phd-bowling-league@...
      10/03/2003 12:47 PM

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      Subject: Call for papers

      It is not necessary to send in an abstract to be considered for

      Planning Forum Information for Contributors

      Planning Forum serves as a medium for the multi-disciplinary exchange of ideas related
      to the study of human communities and to the interaction of social,
      political, built, and natural environments. The journal welcomes
      submissions of original research papers, timely book reviews, and
      discussion of current debates, literature, and theory. The journal's
      intended audience is primarily academic graduate students and faculty
      members in worldwide planning-related disciplines but also includes
      practitioners who work in fields directly related to journal content.
      Submission Guidelines: Suggested length is 5,000-10,000 words, including notes and references.
      Please indicate the number of words on the cover sheet. Authors should
      follow the style and spelling requirements of the Chicago Manual of Style,
      14th Edition. Authors should use parenthetical author-date references and
      should only include those works actually cited in the text. Planning Forum cannot accept papers that include footnotes. Papers are reviewed
      anonymously, authors should therefore refer to themselves in the third
      person in text and notes. Each illustration, chart, table, or graph to be
      included in the text should be submitted on a separate sheet, with desired
      text locations clearly indicated. If the manuscript is accepted, the
      author will receive detailed instructions regarding an acceptable format
      of non-text elements. Submission of black and white photographs to
      accompany the article is encouraged, but publication of these will be used
      at the editor's discretion.
      Number of Copies: Authors should submit five (5) copies of each manuscript, which will not
      be returned, and an electronic copy on diskette or as an email attachment
      to the address below. Please include one cover sheet listing the article
      title, author's name, address, phone number, and email address.
      Review Process: Submissions are anonymously evaluated by the student editorial staff and
      faculty reviewers according to the following criteria: clear statement of
      purpose or thesis, clear significance of the contribution to an existing
      body of literature, clear and effective writing, and use of explicit,
      sound, and appropriate methods. All submissions are subject to final
      content and style editing with the acquiescence of the author before
      Deadlines: Planning Forum, Volume 10, will be published in late spring 2004. Abstracts (250 words
      maximum) may be submitted via email until September 15, 2003, indicating
      that the author intends to submit a full manuscript. Full manuscripts
      prepared according to the guidelines above are due to later than October
      15, 2003. Note: Papers must be received by this deadline, no exceptions.

      Correspondence should be addressed to:
      Editor, Planning Forum
      University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture
      1 University Station B7500
      Austin, TX 78712
      Tel (512) 471-1922 Fax (512) 471-0716
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