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This guide is based on the AAA Style Guide available on line at http://www. The Chicago Manual. The AAA Style Manual, an online publication, offers anthropological writers and scholars guidelines on AAA . Electronic document, Canadian Anthropology Society Citation Style Guide (Revised ). CITATIONS : Review o In Chomsky’s earliest notable publication (), he provokes •. Author’s . , accessed.
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Cultural and Theoretical Perspectives. References Cited Page CA Title the page “References Cited” List all entries alphabetically by first author’s surname, maintaining the original order of the authors of multi-authored sources i. The name of the press precedes the place of publication and they are separated by a comma rather than a colon.
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If accepted for publication, research articles may be extended up to 10, words at the discretion of the associate editors and the editor-in-chief. Such manuscripts should be submitted individually by their authors: Excavations in the Archaic Civic Buildings at Azoria in In The New Science of Dreaming, vol 3: Iannone, Gyles, and Samuel V. For a useful style guide, see http: Latin American Antiquity Touristic Forms of Life in Nepal. Contributions from all subdisciplines in both their basic and applied dimensions are welcomed, as are those focusing on broad, cross-cutting problems, themes, and theories.
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The manuscripts will undergo the exact same review process as any other manuscript. Do NOT put a comma in between the name and the date. Authors of accepted manuscripts may be required to submit high-resolution hard copies of all style_giide during production, as not all digital art files are usable. School of American Research Press.
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Van Arsdale, Peter, and Victoria Sanford. Insights from the Archaeology of the Pajarito Plateauedited by. Submissions for the website can be sent to the managing editor: It is not necessary to contact the editor-in-chief for permission or feedback before a group of publicatins is submitted. Find Style by Discipline. Please use the documentation method indicated in the syllabus for the course.
Submitted manuscripts that do not conform to this style and format will be returned to authors. This shift poses some opportunities for authors in and beyond.
Annals of Tourism Research 29 3: Department of Anthropology Documentation styles for anthropology vary considerably because this field encompasses a range of sub-disciplines, such as biological anthropology, archaeology, and cultural anthropology.
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How to Submit – American Anthropologist
Here we present information about two styles used by the Trent Department of Anthropology:. Article in a Journal – Multiple Authors D. All other things being equal, the editors will also give preference to articles that demonstrate how anthropological research improves our understanding of issues of cultural significance and practical importance in both the present and past.
Manuscripts submitted to American Anthropologist should not be under simultaneous consideration by any other journal or have been published elsewhere in any form. List all entries alphabetically by first author’s surname, maintaining the original order of the authors of multi-authored sources i. Submission Process Submissions for the print journal must be via the American Anthropologist online submissions website, https: Due to the large number of submissions, many manuscripts cannot be accepted for publication.
The journal does not charge authors for submission nor charge any publication fees. American Anthropologist welcomes group submissions around any theme or topic, including those organized by a guest editor or editors. Introductions or overviews by the group editor s should not be submitted at the outset.
Author Responsibilities Authors, not the American Anthropological Association, are responsible for the content of their articles, or the accuracy of quotations and their correct attribution, for the legal rights to publish any material submitted including supplementary materials such as figures or tablesand for submitting their manuscripts in proper form for publication.
At that point, at the discretion of the associate editors and the editor-in-chief, the guest editor s may be invited to submit an introduction or overview to the group submission.
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The editors encourage clear writing and straightforward organization and discourage the overuse of jargon intelligible to only to those with particular theoretical perspectives. Initial submissions exceeding 8, words including all figures, tables, references, and notes will not be considered. Publiccations more than one of the manuscripts is accepted for publication, it is the responsibility of the authors or guest editor[s] to notify the editor-in-chief that the accepted manuscripts are meant to be grouped together.
Authors are invited to suggest potential reviewers; however, the editor-in-chief will not be bound by these suggestions.
Proposals for Group Submissions: Skip to content American Anthropologist welcomes both manuscripts that originate within a single discipline and those that cross subdisciplines. Be sure to also provide a list of captions and be prepared to provide or obtain permission from the copyright holder for figure use.
Back to Find Style by Discipline. Research articles may be anywhere from 2, to 8, words in length. Collaborative work is encouraged and contributions from international colleagues are welcome.