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Re: [cyef] Call for Proposals for special theme issues

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  • Willem Van vliet
    Yes, we are still considering proposals for special issues. ________________________________ From: Helen Woolley To:
    Message 1 of 6 , May 9 10:18 AM
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      Yes, we are still considering proposals for special issues.


      From: Helen Woolley <h.woolley@...>
      To: cyef@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, May 9, 2013 7:39 AM
      Subject: Re: [cyef] Call for Proposals for special theme issues

       
      Dear Editors

      I wonder whether you are still looking for proposals for special theme issues.

      I have a concept about children and outdoor environments in housing areas wich if you are still open for proposals I would be happy to bring together.  But perhaps I am too later and you have already chosen one or enough topics for special issues.

      With best wishes
      Helen Woolley

      On 13/03/2013 21:10, cyejournal wrote:
       
      The Editors of the Children, Youth and Environments Journal invite proposals for special theme issues. Those interested should review topics included in past years so as not to duplicate recent coverage.
      • Proposals should be no longer than two to three pages (double spaced) and address the following points:
      • Description of the theme and its relevance, including references to significant existing publications on this theme
      • Questions and topics for contributions to explore
      •  Any prior work that the editors have done as a foundation for the special issue
      •  Names and affiliations of possible contributors
      •  Plan for dissemination of the call for papers and review of submissions
      Send proposals, along with CV, to cye@....


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      Helen Woolley BSc., BPhil., CMLI
      Chartered Landscape Architect
      
      Reader in Landscape Architecture and Society
      
      Department of Landscape
      The Arts Tower
      Western Bank
      The University of Sheffield
      Sheffield
      S10 2TN
      
      Tel: 00 44 114 222 0608
      Fax: 00 44 114 222 0627
      
      Times Higher Education University of the Year 2011
      


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