|Asian Studies welcomes original contributions in the form of:
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1. Two soft copies of manuscripts
a. One must include the author's name.
b. The second copy must have been purged of any information that can point to authors' identity (author's name, references to own work in the first person, etc.).
2. By submitting your manuscript, you attest that all required permissions have been secured, or that the manuscript uses material that does not need permissions to be used; that references have been cited accurately and in good faith; and that the manuscript is an original work and has never been published in any form.
3. A separate document containing all of the following:
a. Abstract and keywords
b. Author Profile
c. Contact information4. Send all contributions to the Editor in Chief: email@example.com.
Please refer to the general guidelines and contribution-specific requirements below.
1. The journal only accepts original contributions that have not been published in print or electronic form; are in press; or are not under consideration in another publication.
2. Asian Studies is guided by The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition for grammar, punctuation, typesetting (italicization, etc.), etc.
3. Manuscripts must follow these format requirements.
4. For tables and illustrations, please:
5. Authors must submit two soft copies of their manuscript, one of which must not include their names and contact information, and must be purged of personal information (document properties such as user name, computer name, etc.).
To help ensure a double-blind peer review, authors are advised to remove any information that can point to their identity in any way. This includes first-person references to their own work (e.g. Please see my book.....).
6. Asian Studies uses the author-date reference system (in-text citation) as described in The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition. Please consult http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html for basic examples. Explanatory footnotes are allowed and a list of references is required at the end.
7. Authors are solely responsible for securing permission to cite or reproduce any copyrighted content BEFORE submission. Indicate such permissions in an "Acknowledgement" section at the end of the manuscript before the end notes and list of references.
Please submit a letter, addressed to the Managing Editor, listing all copyrighted works used and attesting that (1) all required permissions have been secured, or that the manuscript uses material that does not need permissions to be used, (2) that references have been cited accurately and in good faith (3) and that the manuscript is an original work and has never been published in any form. Lastly, indicate sources/permissions in image captions.
8. Authors must submit a separate document that contains a brief profile stating their occupation, institutional affiliation, academic background, research interests, and any published work. Please provide contact information:
9. Authors must submit a 150-300 word abstract, as well as up to 7 keywords.
10. While every care is taken with manuscripts, the editors can take no final responsibility for their return. Contributors are consequently urged to retain copies of all work submitted.
11. The editorial team may ask for requirements other than the aforementioned.
12. By submitting a manuscript, authors agree to transfer exclusive rights of reproduction and publication to Asian Studies.
13. All contributions must be sent to the Editor in Chief, Asian Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Requirements for Literary Section:
No more than three poems or one piece of short fiction should be submitted at any one time. Authors should wait for a response before submitting future work, and must provide a glossary of non-English words whose meaning cannot be discerned by context.