Information for authors.The Career Development Quarterly invites articles about work and leisure, career development, career counseling Noun 1. career counseling - counseling on career opportunities
counseling, counselling, guidance, counsel, direction - something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action , and career education. Each article should include implications for practice because the Quarterly is concerned with fostering career development through the design and use of career interventions.
Regular manuscripts should not exceed 14 pages typewritten type·write
intr. & tr.v. type·wrote , type·writ·ten , type·writ·ing, type·writes
To engage in writing or to write (matter) with a typewriter. , double-spaced throughout (including references) on regular 8 1/2"x11" white bond, and with a 1" margin all around. Occasionally, a longer manuscript may be considered. Provide, but do not count, a cover page with each author's name Noun 1. author's name - the name that appears on the by-line to identify the author of a work
name - a language unit by which a person or thing is known; "his name really is George Washington"; "those are two names for the same thing" , position, and place of employment, and a clear abstract of essential information of up to 100 words. Authors should not place their names or other identifying information on the manuscript itself.
Reports of demonstrably de·mon·stra·ble
1. Capable of being demonstrated or proved: demonstrable truths.
2. Obvious or apparent: demonstrable lies. effective career counseling methods or programs are featured in the section "Effective Techniques." Articles in this section describe theoretically based techniques that advance career development for people of all ages. Qualitative or quantitative data providing evidence of the techniques' effectiveness will be included in these articles. Manuscripts submitted to the "Effective Techniques" section should not exceed 12 pages typewritten, double-spaced throughout (including references) and should contain (a) a brief review of the literature related to the theoretically based intervention, (b) a clear description of the intervention, (c) a brief report of data supporting the techniques' effectiveness, and (d) a summary. The "Personal Perspectives" section contains analyses of personal career development experiences and short editorials about critical issues in research or practice. Articles prepared for this section should not exceed 7 typewritten pages. Responses to previously published articles appear in the "Reader Reactions" section. These responses may not exceed 5 typewritten pages. "Brief Reports" manuscripts should not exceed 5 typewritten, double-spaced pages (excluding title page, an abstract of no more than 80 words, references, and no more than one table or figure) and should contain a clear and concise summary of the study (including rationale, objectives, design, instruments, sample, analyses, results, and implications for research and practice). Submit Brief Reports manuscripts to Ellen P. Cook, Brief Reports Action Editor, Counseling Program, PO Box 210002, University of Cincinnati The University of Cincinnati is a coeducational public research university in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ranked as one of America’s top 25 public research universities and in the top 50 of all American research universities, , Cincinnati, OH 45221-0002.
Manuscripts must be prepared carefully, such that ideas flow coherently and writing is clear and concise. Avoid jargon, acronyms, and sexist terminology. Headings and subheadings should be used to structure the content. Article titles and headings in the articles should be as short as possible. Use tables sparingly spar·ing
1. Given to or marked by prudence and restraint in the use of material resources.
2. Deficient or limited in quantity, fullness, or extent.
3. Forbearing; lenient. , include only essential data, and combine tables wherever possible. Authors should submit no more than three tables or two figures with each manuscript. The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association The American Psychological Association (APA) is a professional organization representing psychology in the US. Description and history
The association has around 150,000 members and an annual budget of around $70m. (5th edition) serves as the style manual for the Quarterly. Authors are encouraged to reduce bias in language against persons on the basis of gender, sexual orientation sexual orientation
The direction of one's sexual interest toward members of the same, opposite, or both sexes, especially a direction seen to be dictated by physiologic rather than sociologic forces. , racial or ethnic group, disability, or age by referring to the guidelines in the fifth edition of the APA (All Points Addressable) Refers to an array (bitmapped screen, matrix, etc.) in which all bits or cells can be individually manipulated.
APA - Application Portability Architecture manual. Authors must address the clinical significance of their results using effect size indicators, narrative analyses, or both.
Authors who use lengthy quotations or adapt tables and figures from another source must secure written permission to do so from the copyrighted source. Manuscripts that include copyrighted material will not be accepted for publication in the Quarterly until the author provides the editor with written permission from the copyright holder.
Submit the original and three photocopies of the manuscript to Editor, Ellen Piel Cook, Counseling Program, PO Box 210002, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0002. Be sure to include your e-mail address See Internet address.
e-mail address - electronic mail address on the title page of the manuscript. Never submit material that is under consideration by another journal or that has been previously published. About 10 weeks will elapse e·lapse
intr.v. e·lapsed, e·laps·ing, e·laps·es
To slip by; pass: Weeks elapsed before we could start renovating.
n. between acknowledgment of the manuscript's receipt and notification of its disposition. After the final acceptance of an article, authors should expect minor editing for style consistency. Authors of manuscripts accepted for publication will be asked to provide the article on a 3 1/2" microcomputer disk to ease editing and to ensure accuracy. The high-density disk should be labeled with the first author's name and the software used. (MS Word or WordPerfect 5.0 or later version is preferred.) After an article's publication, all authors of articles and senior contributors to sections will receive a complimentary copy of the Quarterly from ACA ACA - Application Control Architecture Publications.