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We recommend that you review the About the Journal page for the journal's section policies, as well as the Author Guidelines.

Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting or, if already registered, can simply log in and begin the five-step process.

 

Manuscript Guidelines

  • Authors are encouraged to submit work in the following categories: research article, critical commentary, and book reviews. Please see below for submission guidelines to follow pertaining to each category:

General Guidelines:

  • To be considered for publication, authors must register within the http://tee.ac.nz/index.php/TEE/user/register site;
  • Submissions should be sent through this registration system;
  • Submissions are preferred in Microsoft Word format;
  • Authors are asked to indicate the following with their submission:
    • The category of the Article (Research Article, Reflective Commentary);
    • Any special considerations (e.g., video or photo or audio links);

Research Article Guidelines:

  • Generally, manuscripts should be between 4500 - 6000 words or the equivalent page numbers using images, play, poetry, or equivalent creative output. Shorter manuscripts may be accepted as well if they are cohesive and coherent pieces;
  • Authors should include an abstract in the submission (in its own separate document) that is between 150 and 250 words;
  • A list of keywords should be included below the abstract (suggested 3-5).

 Reflective Commentary Guidelines:

  • A Reflective Commentary is defined as a manuscript that offers an original insight, critical challenge, or insightful reflection upon an issue, event, or concept within ethnographic study;
  • Reflective Commentaries may also apply theoretical or methodological perspectives which introduce and explore topics in a manner that facilitate new ideas or stimulate new ways of approaching ethnographic practice, praxis, method, and so forth;
  • Manuscripts should be a minimum of 2000 words or creative output equivalent;
  • Authors should include an abstract in the submission (in its own separate document) that is between 150 and 250 words;
  • A list of keywords should be included below the abstract (suggested 3-5).

Style

  • Reflecting our "across the disciplines" advocacy, tee encourages submissions from varying academic disciplines; we therefore utilise Chicago Notes and Bibliography style.

Peer-Review Process

  • Our journal is committed to maintaining high academic standards. Submissions are initially evaluated by the Editors. Acceptable manuscripts are submitted to independent and expert peer review.