Call for 2014 IJEP Issues: NEW DIRECTIONS IN RESISTANCE AND REVOLT CULTURE:
NEW DIRECTIONS IN RESISTANCE AND REVOLT CULTURE: HOW CLASS, MEDIA, CULTURE, RACE AND GENDER ISSUES ARE BEING RE-EXPLORED IN EDUCATION?
International Journal of Educational Policies is a refereed, open access, international, biannual online-only journal that is policy-oriented and committed to promote debates about education policies and politics among academics, activists, educators. This Call for Papers announces for year 2014 issues of International Journal of Educational Policies (IJEP).
The manuscript submission to the Journal is year round. The focused theme and especially welcomed
issues of the journal were given in the following but they are not limited. Manuscripts which can be related with directly or indirectly educational policies are welcome. Both policy analysis theoretically and research papers with qualitative or quantitative data can be submitted for evaluation. Racist, sexist, nationalist and every kind of discriminative language in the manuscripts is not tolerated. This journal seeks to challenge
about thinking on the current educational policies and what is behind of them. We look for the most
original, provocative submissions possible. Resistance culture that is being built in the worldwide against
to neoliberal policies will be the main interest for 2014 issues of IJEP. We welcome the country cases and also detailed case analysis for resistances to neoliberal policies and revolt examples to the inequalities on class, gender and race issues.
General themes of the journal are educational policies in different countries, comparative educational practices, research methodologies related with analysis of education policies; ‘race’ and education, gender policies, special education policies, identities and inequalities in education, equity policies and practices in some cases, language policies, immigrants’ education and multicultural issues in education, emancipatory educational practices, lifelong learning policies, compulsory and post compulsory education, higher education policies, e- learning and distance education policies, politics of technology, transition policies, tracking in education, financing policies in education, information policies, ethics as a political education
issue, art in education policies, commercialization and privatization in education, neo-liberalism and
destruction of public education.
All submissions will be peer reviewed. Those submissions accepted for publication will be published in
International Journal of Educational Policies (IJEP), Vol. 8 with two issues.
Schedule for Publication
Manuscripts Due for this Call: September 30, 2014
Publication of Accepted Manuscripts: IJEP /Volume 8, Number 1-2
Notification of Evaluation: Two-three months after submission
Finalization and Publication of Accepted Papers is at August, 30, 2014 (Issue-1)
at December, 30, 2014 (Issue-2)
Submission of Proposals
Author/s may submit a constructed abstract proposal, approximately 400 words, to Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org or at email@example.com. Structured abstracts may include aims/hypotheses, major method and analysis and pre-findings or conclusions of the manuscripts. Those who have had their abstracts accepted will be formally invited to submit a full length paper of
approximately 6000 words. Authors can submit the manuscript electronically at http://ojs.ijep.info through registration as author, free admission. Manuscripts longer than around these counts will be considered by editorial board according to their subject and method requirements. Detailed evaluations of peer reviews will be shared with the authors. While influenced by the outcome of the blind peer reviews, Publication Board of the IJEP will decide on final publication.
For more information visit web addresses: http://ijep.icpres.org ; http://ojs.ijep.info
Prof. Hasan H. Aksoy
Address: Ankara University
Faculty of Educational Sciences
Dates: 2/23/2014 - 10/30/2014