順天堂グローバル教養論集_第二巻_2017年3月(ISSN2424-0001)
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151lish words or 200 Japanese characters. Following the abstract, there should be three to five keywords in English and in Japa-nese for index searching. Please note that where the language used is not the author’s first language, the manuscript must undergo a native-speaker check before submission. 5. Acceptance: Acceptance or rejection of submitted manuscripts is deter-mined through a screening by the editorial committee. The edi-torial committee may request the author for additions or revi-sions to the manuscript.6. Manuscript and publication fees: No manuscript fee is payable, and no publication fee is lev-ied. The author(s) of published manuscripts will receive 30 complementary printed excerpts. 7. Writing guidelines: Manuscripts should be formatted according to the template specified by the editorial committee. The format should follow the principles outlined below. References should be listed in ei-ther alphabetical (Example 1) or numerical (Example 2) order.(1) English-language references should follow the latest Amer-ican Psychological Association (APA) guidelines. The or-der for journal references is as follows: Name of the author(s), year of publication, title, the place of publication, and publisher. The English title of the manuscript should be in italics. In principle, Japanese-language references should be in the same style as English-language references. 【Example 1】 Karmiloff-Smith, A. (1992). Beyond modularity: A devel-opmental perspective on cognitive science. Cam-bridge, MA: MIT Press.Kaufman, J. M., & Burbach, H. J. (1988). Creating class-room civility. Education Digest, 63(1), 12–18. 【Example 2】① McLuhan, M. (1968). The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man (translation by Susumu Takagi). Takeuchi Shoten.② Kitayama, S. and Karasawa, M. (1995). Self: A Cul-tural Psychological Perspective. Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 35(2), 133–163.(2) Depending on the type of paper submitted, references fol-lowing the American Medical Association (AMA) or Mod-ern Language Association (MLA) guidelines are also ac-ceptable.(3) Footnotes should be numbered using superscripts at the relevant places in the main text, and the footnotes them-selves should be provided together at the end of the main text.8. Proofreading and printing: Until the second stage of review by the editorial committee, proofreading is done by the author(s); thereafter, it becomes the responsibility of the editorial committee. The revisions made during such proofreading will be confined to the correction of typographical errors and incorrect characters or numerals. There will be no additions or revisions related to the content of the manuscript.  In principle, figures and tables are printed in monochrome. If extraordinarily high expenses are incurred related to the nature of the paper (such as color photographs), the cost will be borne by the author(s).9. Copyright: The rights of author(s) to papers published in the journal be-long to the author(s), and related rights to Juntendo University. Authors must agree to the electronic reproduction and publica-tion of their papers.10. Manuscript submission: When submitting a manuscript, fill in a “manuscript submis-sion card” and confirm the following three points: 1) It is not a duplicate submission; 2) approval for manuscript submission has been obtained from all coauthors; and 3) where the lan-guage used is not the first language of the author(s), a native-speaker check has been carried out. Submit two original copies of the manuscript to the mailing

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