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- The manuscript has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The manuscript file has been delivered in Microsoft Word. All identifying markers are removed.
- As far as possible, URLs have been provided for all sources quoted that are available online, also those that provide access to Open Access versions of the source. The URLs must be hyperlinks (such as http://pkp.sfu.ca). Date read.
- The text follows the format requirements regarding style and formatting of bibliographies listed in the Guidelines for author submissions, under"About the journal".
- If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
- The author/s confirm that all relevant research ethics assessments have been made of the manuscript, and are willing to account for this upon request. (Also see the Guidelines from the national research ethics committees)
Emerging scholars section summarizes and disseminates recently completed doctoral dissertations (formal acceptance of the doctoral dissertation by the faculty is a precondition of the publication in this section) and research projects by post-doctoral researchers. The submissions published in this section should offer a concise description of the study including its theoretical and conceptual framing, methodological choices, main results and significance for the field of comparative and international education and wider public (when applicable). For recently completed PhDs, the submission can be based on your introductory lecture at the public defence/viva, when applicable to your country and institutional context.
The section welcomes submission in textual format and/or as short videos. Textual submissions should be between 1000-3000 words. Please use references to other literature when applicable, following the journal’s referencing guidelines.
For Emerging Scholars articles please contact Dr. Florian Kiuppis, NJCIE Emerging Scholars editor, by emailing Florian.Kiuppis@kh-freiburg.de
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