About the Journal
Focus and Scope
Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology (RERM) is an open-access, net-based, peer reviewed and English-language journal for researchers and practitioners investigating, tracing and theorizing practices, experimenting and exploring a variety of research methodologies.
RERM is a site for critical academic work around contemporary research methodology, as this connects to concepts and discourses linked to poststructural, feminist, critical, postcolonial and posthuman/newmaterial and afffective approaches to social science. RERM welcomes contributions that will advance epistemologies and ontology regarding critical issues around matters of equity and social justice. The publication language of the journal is English, with encouraged inclusions of bilingual terms, quotes and references
Peer Review Process
Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology (RERM) an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality, original articles in English, and will not publish manuscripts without prior double-blind peer review. The review process of manuscripts will be done by two or more referees whose field of expertise is pertinent to the subject area.
Referees must respect their privileged position with respect to the manuscripts. They must consider the manuscripts to be privileged information, and should not, therefore, disclose their content to others before their publication.
"We believe that peer review is an ethical process and that it is important to ensure that all feedback is constructive and thoughtful - the aim is to support authors to develop their work and ultimately produce a publishable piece of scholarship. Whilst we may wish to be blunt or dismissive this is not what the reviewing process requires. Composing reviewer reports to submitting authors is a craft in itself which develops over time - but as a rule of thumb we would ask reviewers to be mindful of tone and ensure that their suggestions for amendments are encouraging and constructive. We are attaching a document that outlines the ethical requirements that need to be considered when undertaking reviews and hope that this will be helpful to you in future reviews" http://publicationethics.org/files/Ethical_guidelines_for_peer_reviewers_0.pdf
All material published in RERM will be online on public domain, but licensed in order to protect the original content.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
International Editorial Board
Professor Gaile Cannella (University of North Texas), Professor Amos Hatch (University of Tennessee), Dr Lee I-Fang (Hong Kong Institute of Education), Professor Liz Jones (Manchester Metropolitan University),Professor Hillevi Lenz Taguchi (University of Stockholm), Professor Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw (University of Victoria), Dr Kerith Power (Monash University), Associate Professor Jenny Ritchie (Te Whare Wananga o Wairaka/Unitec Institute of Technology, Waikato), Dr Kylie Smith (University of Melbourne), Professor Beth Blue Swadener (Arizona State University), Professor Dorte Marie Søndergaard (Aarhus University), Professor Georgina Tsolidis (University of Ballarat).
National Editorial Board, Dr. Ninni Sandvik (Østfold University College), Dr. Marit Bøe (USN),Phd candidate Marcela Montserrat Fonseca Bustos (doctoral scholar, OsloMet), Professor Sidsel Germeten (Tromsø University), Dr. Hilde Dehnæs Hogsnes (USN), Dr. Nina Johannesen (Østfold University College), Dr. Tove Lafton ( Oslo and Akershus University College), Dr. Bente Ulla (Østfold University College), Dr. Ann Sofi Larsen (Østfold UNiversity College). Phd. student Hanne Berit Myrvold, Oslomet.