Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

Authors’ Corner

Review Process

JTPP encourages the author(s) to initially submit an abstract not exceeding 250 words which could be uploaded in JTPP website: http://jtpp.uk/submit-abstract/; alternatively, the author(s) may send the abstract via email to: submission@jtpp.uk

Once the abstract is accepted, JTPP calls for the complete manuscript, preferably in the range of 6,000 to 8,000 words which based on the set guidelines, within the stipulated time frame, the author(s) may upload in JTPP website: https://jtpp.uk/submit-article/; alternatively, the author(s) are also encouraged to submit the articles via email to: submission@jtpp.uk.

While some articles, mostly the invited ones, are dealt with by the Editor immediately, articles in general would be invariably referred for blind review and might be sent back to the author(s) for necessary modifications, if any, for final acceptance.

Submission Guidelines

By submitting article(s) to JTPP in the prescribed manner, the author(s) accept the terms and conditions of the JTPP confirming that the submitted article(s) have not been previously published, nor be forthcoming in any journal or book both in print or electronic versions, and the author(s) own the copyright of the work or otherwise authorised by the copyright owner(s) to submit the article(s); the author(s) further warrant that the submitted article(s) are not currently under review at another journal(s) (electronic or print) and that the author(s) will not submit the article(s) to another journal(s) (electronic or print) until the editorial decision process gets over at JTPP.

Publication Ethics: JTPP follows the guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). It also encourages gender-neutral language as far as possible, and discards colloquialisms, especially if linked to a particular national culture.

Originality and Plagiarism: The authors should ensure that the submitted manuscripts are the original works of the author(s), and if the authors have used the work and/or words of others, that this has been appropriately cited/acknowledged and/or quoted. JTPP will follow COPE guidelines in suspected cases of plagiarism.

Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest: All submissions must include disclosure of all relationships that could be viewed as a potential conflict of interest. If no conflict exists, the authors should state: The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

Fabrication and Manipulation of Data: A manuscript should contain only relevant and authentic citations. JTPP will follow COPE guidelines in dealing with suspected cases of data fabrication and manipulation.

When the article, after modifications, if any, is finally accepted for publication, author(s) would execute the publishing agreement under which the author(s) retain the copyright in the work but assign JTPP the sole and exclusive right and licence to publish for the full legal term of copyright.

Manuscript Preparation

Language: English (UK)

The content language will be English (UK) with English (UK) spellings.
Example: labour, and NOT labor, neighbour and NOT neighbor, colour and NOT color. Please use ‘s’ in place of ‘z’; example: recognise, and NOT recognize, analyse, and NOT analyse.

Cover page will have only the following particulars:
Title of the article
5 to 7 keywords
Name of the author/s
Institutional affiliation
Email id(s) & Telephone(s)
Main text
Biographical statement(s)

Font: Garamond

Size:
Title: 16 (bold u/l)
Sub-headings
Level-1 (principal or primary): 14 bold u/l
Level-2 (secondary): 13 bold u/l
Level-3 (tertiary): 12 bold italic u/l
Normal Text: 12, words other than English in italics
Footnote: 10

Line spacing: 2 Indented matter/block quotations

Format: Left aligned, and NOT justified, with ample left margin and without hyphenation.

Acronyms and Abbreviations should be explained when appear first.
EU, USA, UK, USSR, having no full stop, are easily understood.

Numbers higher than ten should be in figures (e.g. five, eight, ten, but 11, 99, 100); the % sign is used in place of ‘per cent’ (0.3%, 3%, 30%).

Text-referencing

Single author
Adams, Robert McCormick, Paths of Fire: An Anthropologist’s Inquiry into Western Technology, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1996
(Adams, 1996)

Single author having multiple works in different years
(Adams, 1996; 2006; 2016)

Single author having multiple works in the same year
(Adams, 2016A; 2016B; 2016C)

Two or more authors
McCullough, Michael, E., Pargament, Kenneth, I. & Thoresen, Carl, E., Forgiveness: Theory, Research and Practice, Guilford Press, New York, 1999
(McCullough, Pargament and Thoresen, 1999)

Edited book
Hilton, R. H. (ed.), The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism, New Left Books, London, 1976

Translated (compiled or edited) book
Julio Cortazar, Cronopios and Famas, Translated by Paul Blackburn, Random House, Pantheon Books, New York, 1969

Forewords and Introductions
Nodj Namsorg, Foreword to The Psychodynamics of Chronic Stress, by Salvador Mensana, Isadore O’Malley and Son, New York, 1990

Chapter in edited book
Spinner-Halev, Jeff, ‘Cultural Pluralism and Partial Citizenship’ in Joppke, C. & Lukes, S. (eds.), Multicultural Questions, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1999, pp.65-86

Organisation as authors
Amnesty International, ‘Cuba: The Situation of Human Rights in Cuba’ (Report), AI-Index AMR 25/002/2002, 20 May 2002

Translations
Jacques Derrida, Writing and Difference, Translated by Alan Bass, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1978. Originally published as L’écritureet la différence (Editions du Seuil, Paris, 1967)

Journals
Niskanen, William, A., ‘Economists and Politicians’, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 186, Vol.5, No. 2, pp.234-244

Quotations: As for quotations, onus is on the author(s) for the accuracy as well as for obtaining the permission to quote, especially the longer quotes exceeding 40 words. JTPP uses ‘single’ quotation marks; “double” quotation marks would be applicable only for ‘quotations “within” quotations’; longer quotes (exceeding 40 words) should be indented without any quotation mark in 11 pt size.

Footnotes/Endnotes: In JTPP, only endnotes will appear; author(s) would insert superscripted figures as notes by using the function in MS Word.
In subsequent notes, ‘ibid.’ and ‘op.cit.’ need to be avoided.
Page numbers will appear as p.33 or pp.33-39.
In citing reference of any website, the URL with retrieval date(s) will be mentioned.

Biographical statement: In JTPP, the bio-sketch of the forthcoming contributors would be published; the biographical statement, to be submitted by the author(s), need to be brief (not exceeding 50 words) which should include present position and institutional affiliation, particulars of the highest academic degree obtained, present research interest, current position in a professional society/organisation, if any, and the particulars of the recent (co-)authored or edited publications.
Authors are requested NOT to send the complete CV.

Figures, Tables, and Exhibits having Arabic numerals with short, descriptive captions should be sent on separate pages in JPG (high resolution, ideally 720+)/MS Word/Xlsx documents as attachments.

PS: In case of any query, the authors are encouraged to get in touch with Abhijit Mazumder, Executive Editor at: am@jtpp.uk