JVER v27n1 - Editor Information
The Journal of Vocational Education Research
Interim Editor Jay W. Rojewski, University of Georgia Incoming Editor Joe Kotrlik, Louisiana State University Managing Editor Morgan Lewis, The Ohio State University
Victor Hernandez, Editorial Board Chair James Gregson (2005) Florida State University University of Idaho Elaine Adams (2003) Richard M. Joerger (2003) University of Georgia University of Minnesota James Bartlett (2004) Wanda Fox (2002) University of Illinois Purdue University Michael Burnett (2002) Sheila Ruhland (2005) Louisiana State University University of Minnesota Marisa Castellano (2002) John W. Schell (2005) Johns Hopkins University University of Georgia Carol Conroy (2002) Kirk Swortzel (2005) Cornell University Mississippi State University Curtis Finch (2003) Chris Zirkle (2002) Virginia Tech The Ohio State University
James R. Stone, III 2000-2001 J. Dale Oliver 1982-1983 Jay W. Rojewski 1998-1999, 2002 L. Allen Phelps 1981 Theodore Lewis 1995-1997 Ruth P. Hughes 1980 R. Brian Cobb 1993-1994 J. David McCracken 1979 Wendy L. Way 1991-1992 Hollie Thomas 1978 Leonard Albright 1988-1990 Curtis R. Finch 1977 Jerelyn B. Schultz 1986-1987 George H. Copa 1976 Robert C. Harris 1984-1985
EDITORIAL POLICY: The Journal of Vocational Education Research ( JVER ) publishes refereed articles that examine research and research-related topics in career and technical education, preparation for work, and the workplace. The JVER Editorial Board is committed to publishing scholarly work that represents a variety of conceptual and methodological bases. Submission of manuscripts representing the following styles is encouraged: (a) empirically-based manuscripts that report results of original research, either quantitative or qualitative, (b) reviews or synthesis of empirical or theoretical literature, (c) essays derived from original historical or philosophical research, (d) reviews of recently published books, and (e) rejoinders to articles recently published in the JVER . Page costs are not typically assessed. However, if a manuscript is accepted, authors will be asked either to supply camera-ready tables and figures, or pay for the costs incurred in preparing complex tables and figures for publication.