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From the editor: notice to contributors.

The Journal of the Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to all aspects of the music and entertainment industry and music/ entertainment industry education. All feature articles submitted for publication are reviewed by an editorial board consisting of respected scholars, teachers, and industry professionals. Submissions of articles in all areas related to the music and entertainment industry and music and entertainment industry education are welcome.

Articles must be submitted in electronic format and should be sent as email attachments, preferably in for Microsoft Word format.

All submissions should use the normal style of citation, in conformance with the guidelines given in The Chicago Manual of Style. All notes should be consecutively numbered and should appear as endnotes at the conclusion of the manuscript text.

In order to facilitate blind review, the author's name must not appear on the submitted manuscript. A cover letter that clearly identifies the manuscript must be included. The editor will normally give notice of the article's status within three months of its receipt.

Authors are responsible for obtaining permission for reproduction from the publishers of all copyrighted material used (musical examples, etc.).

Submissions and correspondence should be addressed to:

Bruce Ronkin

Editor, MEIEA Journal

b.ronkin@neu.edu

110 Churchill Hall

Northeastern University

Boston, MA 02115 U.S.A.

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Author:Ronkin, Bruce
Publication:MEIEA Journal
Article Type:Editorial
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 1, 2014
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