Information for Contributors
Invitation for Submission
Contemporary Review is a double blind reviewed journal, set out by the Academy of Spirituality and Professional Excellence, ASPEX, with the purpose of publishing papers and articles pertaining to enhancement of the quality of life for all living beings.
The journal focuses on a dual reading audience:
Scholars with an interest in the topics presented, and
Students and other individuals, interested in simply worded, but quality reading.
Based on the journal's reading audience, the types of papers considered for publication are also dual: there is a scholarly section, and a viewpoint-based part.
The Scholarly section consists of papers varying in length between 2000 and 5000 words, with proper citation and adherence to APA V format.
The Viewpoint section consists of papers varying in length between 700 and 2000 words, written in more popular language, and thus more appealing to non-scholars.
Contemporary Review, CR, invites scholars, student-scholars, coaches, executives, and other individuals affiliated to various disciplines, to participate in the journal. Because our focus, as indicated above, is geared toward improving the quality of life in a trans-disciplinary sense, CR accepts papers that are reviewing processes, procedures, research outcomes, and suggestions in a wide range of areas.
All submissions are subject to a two-person blind peer review process.
Please email your submissions to: email@example.com
CR reserves the rights to amend, modify, add to, or delete its rules, policies, and procedures with regard to its institutional relationship with authors (contributors) as deemed necessary by the administration. Any such amendment, modification, addition, or deletion shall not be considered a violation of the relationship between CR and authors (contributors). Each paper will first be reviewed, while the registration fee will be paid by the contributor upon acceptance of the paper.
Papers and registration fee for the next edition of the CR must be submitted prior to June 15, 2010.