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Submission Guidelines

Submission Deadlines Style Sheet Membership Fee Review & Publication Fee GETA Account Contact

▩ Submission Deadlines

  • The deadline for submission is as follows
    (1) First issue: January 15th
    (2) Second issue: April 15th
    (3) Third issue: July 15th
    (4) Fourth issue: October 15th

▩ Style Sheet

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    INFORMATION FOR CONTRIBUTORS OF ENGLISH MANUSCRIPTS
    Paper Title  <Times New Roman 14, bold>
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    Gildong Hong  <Times New Roman 11, bold>
    (Affiliation)  <Times New Roman 9, bold>
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    Hong, Gildong (2014). An Example of a Style Sheet. Studies in English Education, 19(2), 00-00. <Times New Roman 8.5, bold, 2.5-pt left & right indentation>
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    The abstract in English should be written in about 200 words. The author's name and the paper title are bold-faced. The font size is in 8.5 point with margin of 2.5mm both sides. The line spacing is set at a single line. The remaining details will be in accordance with the APA style sheet. <Times New Roman 8.5, normal, 2.5-pt left & right indentation>
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    Key words: GETA Journal, Style sheet, Paper submission<Times New Roman 8.5, normal, 2.5-pt left & right indentation>
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    I. Introduction <Ariel 12, bold; left-justified>
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    This file is a brief introduction to a style sheet of the GETA Journal. Questions may be rendered to the editor-in-chief. <Times New Roman 10, normal, 1-point first-line left indentation>
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    1. Page Size <Ariel 11, normal, left-justfied>
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    1) Paper Submission <Times New Roman 10, normal, left-justfied>
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    Table 1. The GETA Journal 2015 Publication Plan (Times New Roman 10, bold, centered)
    Issue Publication Paper submission
    No. 1 March 31 January 15
    No. 2 June 30 April 15
    No. 3 September 30 July 15
    No. 4 December 31 October 15
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    2) Documentation
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    Papers are to be written in a designated format in Hangul Word, hopefully within 25 pages. We recommend avoiding special characters including non-Roman alphabets in English papers. If you use special characters, please include a table in a PDF file which describes what they look like.
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    3) Page Setup
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    The document file uses A4 sized paper. The width and height of the paper are 11cm (4.3") and 16cm (6.4") respectively with margins of 5.5cm (2.2") on top, 7cm (2.8") at the bottom, and 5cm (2.0") for right and left margins. The heading and page numbers will be inserted by the editor.
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    Table 2. Page Margins <Times New Roman 10, bold, centered>
    Top margin Bottom margin Header margin Footer margin Right/left margins
    5.5 (2.5") 5.5 (2.5") 1.2 (0.5") 1.2cm (0.4") 5cm (1.9")
     
    Table 3. Document Properties in A4 Sized Paper
    Page width/height Lines per page Line spacing
    11cm (4.33 inches) 62columns  
    16.2cm (6.38 inches) 34 lines ·1.5
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    Figure 1. Page Setup <Times New Roman 10, bold, centered>
    표
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    4) Font and Paragraph Set Up
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    Use Times-New-Roman for English manuscripts. Section titles are separated from other text by a single line. Examples and direct quotations are separated by one line space from the main text. Notes are separated by a 5cm horizontal line from the main text. In the note there is no line space between the text and examples.
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      Title Name Affiliation Abstract Section Subsection Text Refernces Foot
    Size 14 11 9 8.5 12 11 10 10 8
    Style Bold Bold Bold Reg Bold Reg Reg Reg Reg
    Indent 0     2 both 0 0 2 -6 2
    Line
    Space
    1.5 1.5 1.5 1 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1
    Align Center C C Justify Left L J J J
    Table 4. Font and Alignment
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    5) References
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    References in the main text must follow the following convention:
    (1) Author and year in parenthesis: Charlotte and Emily Bronte were polar opposites, not only in their personalities but ... writing (Taylor, 1990).
    (2) Author in text: According to Irene Taylor (1990), the personalities of . . .
    (3) Direct quotation: Emily Bronte "expressed increasing hostility for the world of human relationships" (Taylor, 1988, p. 11).
    (4) Two authors: Sexual-selection theory often has been used to explore patters of various insect mating (Alcock & Thornhill, 1983). In addition, Alcock and Thornhill (1995) also demonstrated that ...
    (5) More than two authors: Patterns of Byzantine intrigue have long plagued the internal politics of college administration in Texas (Douglas et als., 1997).
    (6) Institution: Retired officers retain access to all of the university's recreational facilities (Columbia University, 1987).
    (7) Multiple sources:
       a. Multiple works by the same author: (Gould, 1987, 1989)
       b. Multiple works by the same author/year: (Bloom, 1987a, 1987b)
       c. Multiple authors (Gould, 1989; Smith, 1983; Tutwiler, 1989)
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    The references section comprises books and articles which are in use in the main text. The initials of all words of a journal title are capitalized, while only the initial of the first word of an article and a book title is capitalized.
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    II. Conclusion <Ariel 12, bold; left-justified>
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    The GETA Journal stylesheet basically follows the APA stylesheet by the American Psychological Association.
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    References <Ariel 11, bold; centered>
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    Alverez, A. (1970). The savage god: A study of suicide. New York: Random House. <Single-author book> <Times New Roman 10, normal, 3-pt reverse indentation>
    American Psychological Association Publication Manual (4th ed.). (1994). Washington, D. C.: Author. <Author is the same as Publisher>
    Author, A. A. (1975). Article title with lower-case. Journal Title with Capital Letter, 13(2), 161-175. <From a journal>
    Author, A. A. (1990). Article title with lower-case. In B. Author2 (Ed.), book title with lower-case letter (pp. 1-15). <From a book edited by one editor>
    Author1, A. A., & Author2, B. B. (n.d.). Book title with lower-case. City, ST, Country: Publisher. <Unknown year>
    Creech, P. J. (1975). Radiology and technology of the absurd (3rd ed.). Washington, DC:Houghton-Mifflin. <Multiple edition>
    Darling, C. W. (1976). Giver of due regard: the poetry of Richard Wilbur. Dissertation Abstracts International, 44(02), 221A. (University Microfilms No. AAD 44-8794) <Published in Dissertation Abstract>
    Face, T. L. (2001). Focus and early peak alignment in Spanish intonation. To appear in Probus, 13. <To be published in a journal>
    Hagstrom, P. A. (1999). Decomposing questions. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. MIT. Boston, MA. <Unpublished dissertation>
    Hualde, J. I. (2000). Intonation in Spanish language: Overview and status questions. Paper presented at the 30th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Gainesville, Florida, 24-27 February. <Paper presented at a conference>
    Kim, S.-W. (1989). The QP status of WH-phrases in Korean and Japanese. In Proceedings of WCCFL VIII, (pp. 358-37). <Paper published in the conference proceedings>
    Kuno, S. (1975). Conditions for verb phrase deletion. Foundations of Language, 13(2), 161-175. <From a journal>
    Laplace, P. S. (1951). A philosophical essay on probabilities (F. W. Truscott & F. L. Emory, Trans.). New York: Dover. (Original work published 1814) <A translated work and/or a republished work>
    Lion, R. W., Fox, R. W., & Lears, T. J. (Eds.). (1993). The power of culture: Critical essays in American history. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. <Multiple authorship>
    OSU-N Writing Lab. (2000). APA style guide: The documentation style of the APA. Retrieved on Jan 15, 2000, from http://www.newark.ohio-state.edu./~osuwrite/apa.htm. <From the Internet>
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    Gildong Hong <Times New Roman 9, normal, left-justfied>
    Dept of English, My University
    Jongro-1-ga, Jongro-gu, Seoul 100-100, South Korea
    Phone: +82-2-270-3201
    E-mail: myaccount@myhost.ac.kr
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    Received Sept. , 2014 <Times New Roman 9, normal, left-justfied>
    Reviewed Nov. , 2014
    Revised Version Received Dec. , 2014

▩ Membership Fee

  • GETA has three membership categories: regular membership, life-long membership, and library/institution membership. The regular/life-long membership is open to specialists in teaching English, such as teachers, teacher trainers, researchers, and administrators. Libraries, publishing companies, and other institutions constitute the library/institution members.
  • The annual membership fee is 30,000 won for regular membership, 300,000 won for life-long membership and 300,000 won for library/institution membership. However, please be advised that, if you join GETA for the first time, there is an additional initiation (admission) fee of 20,000 won.
  • Admission Fee (if you join GETA for the first time): 20,000 won
    Regular Membership: 30,000 won (year: 1.1~12.31)
    Life-long Membership: 300,000 won (no annual fee is required)
    Library/Institution Membership: 300,000 won (year: 1.1~12.31)
  • Member Benefits
    Free issues of GETA Journal
    Regular update of the GETA news through on-line GETA homepage
    Discounts on books and journals displayed at the GETA Conferences and Workshops.
  • Please send your fee into the following GETA bank account :
    Kwangju Bank 광주은행 (김남희(글로벌영어교육학회)) 074-122-420212
    For more information on membership application,
    please contact Treasurer ㆍKim, Namhee(knhagnes1@chosun.ac.kr)

▩ Review & Publication Fee

  • To make a manuscript submission, all the authors (including co-authors) should have a valid GETA annual membership. The review fee, 80,000 won, should also be sent for the review of their manuscript.
  • Authors of articles accepted for publication in Studies in English Education are responsible for the publication fee in an amount fixed by the Association, and the copyright of the published articles is established in the name of the GETA.
  • Review fee: 80,000 won
    Publication Fee:
    200,000 won (when the length of the manuscript does not exceed 25 pages) +10,000 won per extra page (when exceeding 25 page limit)
    300,000 won (In case of receiving research grant) +10,000 won per extra page (when exceeding 25 page limit)
  • Please send the publication fee into the following GETA bank account :
    Kwangju Bank 광주은행 (김남희(글로벌영어교육학회)) 074-122-420212

▩ GETA Account

  • Please send your fee into the following GETA bank account
    Kwangju Bank 광주은행 (김남희(글로벌영어교육학회)) 074-122-420212

▩ Contact

  • For more information on membership application,
    please contact Treasurer Kim, Namhee(knhagnes1@chosun.ac.kr)