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Current Editor: Marvin I. Sarapin
Current Co-Editor: Mihaela Vorvoreanu
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GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS

These guidelines reflect the commitment and interest of the Board of Editors to assist authors in developing their manuscripts to meet the standards of excellence that have been established for The Journal of Technology Studies. In doing so, we provide an open forum to exchange relevant ideas. Members of Epsilon Pi Tau, the journal's sponsor, and non-member friends in the technology and related professions are invited to submit manuscripts.

Authors should consider the Honorary's broadly conceived purposes. They are to:

These undergird the Honorary's mission of leadership and leadership development in the professions in technology. Therefore, topics should contribute to the fulfillment of this mission and be consistent with one or more of these.

General Requirements

Although sponsored by Epsilon Pi Tau, membership status plays no role whatsoever in the review, acceptance, rejection, or editorial interaction with prospective authors.

Prepare manuscript on a word-processing program. Macintosh-compatible programs are preferred. However, other PC-compatible programs will be accepted. Submit three double-spaced hard copies and a diskette. These items are non-returnable.

For full-length articles, the manuscript should:

The journal's IDEAS section provides an outlet for submitted shorter manuscripts or selected longer submissions reduced to appear in the section. The standards and requirements listed above pertain to such articles except for length. IDEAS submissions should be 10 or less pages, no more than 2,000 words, including reference lists.

Send manuscripts and other inquiries to:
The Editor
Journal of Technology Studies
P.O. Box 12332
La Jolla, CA 92039-2332

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