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CfP Democratization, Europolis [deadlinel: 15.2.2009]

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    Call for Papers EUROPOLIS Issue 5, July 2009  Political Science Journal www.polito.ubbcluj.ro/cpa/rev/en/europolis.html Printed only (English language).
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      Call for Papers
      EUROPOLIS Issue 5, July 2009 
      Political Science Journal
      www.polito.ubbcluj.ro/cpa/rev/en/europolis.html

      Printed only (English language). Research institutes, academic and research centres and units, and faculties can receive the journal for free for the following two years. To receive printed copies, fill in and send via regular mail this form www.polito.ubbcluj.ro/cpa/rev/en/porder.html

      EUROPOLIS is a ”peer review” journal founded in 2001 within the academic community of the Political Science and Public Administration Faculty, Babeş-Bolyai University. The bi-annual publication promotes Political Science scholars, focusing on research and studies that fulfill academic criteria and standards. The publication represents a framework where researchers’ interests, approaches, and methodologies meet to create high standard academic debates. 

      Issue 5/2009 focuses on democratization, the editors encouraging contributions in the form of single-case studies or comparative approaches (including large N studies) that deal with the topic. Articles may tackle, but not restricted to, questions like: What are the main challenges of post-authoritarian regimes? Are transitions similar across countries or regions? Are there transition particularities? What elements influence the degree and speed of democratization? 

      In order to attract various contributions, the journal proposes two categories: academic papers and book reviews. Under the “work in progress” section, it also accepts parts of larger works that are not yet finalized. This provides the authors the chance to receive valuable feedback from the readers and it allows the latter to analyze a developing research. The requirements for work in progress are the similar with the ones for an article. 

      Requirements:
      Articles:
      5.000–7.000 words (the number of words does not include footnotes or bibliography);
      Appendix of maximum 6 pages,
      References and bibliography according to APSA Manual Style
      (http://dept.lamar.edu/polisci/DRURY/drury.html);
      Times New Roman 12, space 1,5 lines;
      Abstract of 100-150 words.

      Book Reviews:
      Maximum 1,000 words;
      Times New Roman 12, space 1,5 lines;
      Book reviews on relevant books in the fields approached by the journal. If you want to be a reviewer for our journal, but you do not have a book to review, please send your CV to our e-mail address and we will provide a list of books to choose from;
      References and bibliography according to APSA Manual Style

      Dead-line: 15 February 2009.
      Contact: revista.europolis@...
       

      The Editorial Board,
      Europolis Journal,
      Centre for Political Analysis,
      Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
      www.polito.ubbcluj.ro/cpa/rev/en/europolis.html
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