지역사회학회는 학회지 『지역사회학』을 연 2회 발간해 왔습니다. 학회에서는 2014년부터 지역사회학의 영문판 Korean Journal of Regional Sociology(KJRS)를 연 1회 추가함으로써 매년 3회에 걸쳐 학회지 발간을 추진하게 되었습니다. 2014년 여름부터 새롭게 추가되는 지역사회학회 영문판에는 회원 누구나 논문을 기고할 수 있습니다. 비회원도 회원으로 가입하시고, 연회비를 납부하면 기고가 가능합니다. 편집위원회에서는 공정한 심사 절차를 거쳐 가능한 한 신속히 논문을 출판하실 수 있도록 노력하고 있습니다.
『지역사회학』의 영문판 KJRS는 2014년 1월부터 편집위원회 박준식 교수가 담당합니다. KJRS에 투고하시는 논문은 jsp@hallym.ac.kr로 보내주시면 됩니다. 8월 30일 발간 예정인 KJRS에 게재를 원하시는 경우 5월 말까지 원고를 접수해 주시면 감사하겠습니다.

논문 집필관련 사항은 학회 홈페이지 또는 이미 출판된 학회지의 ‘논문게재 절차 및 원고작성 요강’을 참조해 주십시오. 지역사회학의 국제화에 참여하실 회원 선생님들의 참여를 환영합니다.

지역사회학회 편집위원장

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영문 논문은 한글 혹은 Microsoft Word를 사용하여 A4 용지 20매(6,000단어) 이내를 원칙으로 하되, 8,000 단어를 넘지 않도록 해야 합니다. 자세한 영문 투고 요령은 아래를 참고하시기 바랍니다.

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

The journal invites the submission of original manuscripts dealing with regional issues. Submitted manuscripts should be original pieces of work that have neither been published in other places nor currently on offer to another publisher.
Articles should be no longer than 6,000 words typewritten with 12 point font based on the Microsoft Word standard, including an abstract of 150-200 words, 4-6 keywords, footnotes, and references. The style of footnotes and references should follow the Chicago Manual of style. The paper also requires a brief statement of 100 words (on a separate page, at the beginning of the manuscript) providing information about the author's name, degree, educational background, present affiliation, publications, and research interests.

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION

Manuscripts should be double-spaced and typed in English on single sides of paper. Sections in a manuscript may include the following:
Cover Page must include
full article title and running title
each author’s full name and institutional affiliation(s)
acknowledgements (with funding information)
corresponding author (name, address, phone/fax, e-mail)
each author’s brief biographical sketch of 80 words or fewer


Abstract and Keywords should be prepared on a separate page headed by the title. Omit author information. Abstract should not exceed 150 words.


Text Begin article text on a new page headed by the title. No author identification.
1. Headings and subheadings: three levels of headings are sufficient to organize the text. Do not give indent to each heading or subheading. Headings and subheadings should be like the following (do not use numbers such as “1” and “I”):
KOREAN REGIONAL SOCIOLOGY

2. Type the footnotes in numerical order in the text. Footnotes need to be as concise as possible.

3. References in the text. Examples of the citations in the text are:
Kim (2014); Kim (2014: 30-35); (Park 1974: 30-35); (Shin and Kim 1999: 180)
For more than three authors, use “et al.” (Buckham et al. 1998)


List a series of citations in alphabetical order separated by semicolons. (Dicken 2006: 24; Hauser 1992: 788)

References On a separate page, this section begins with “REFERENCES.” All references cited in the text should be listed alphabetically. For the references written in language other than English, give the title pronounced in English first, followed by parenthetical title in English translation. As for the references written in Korean, follow the McCune-Reischauer Romanization System. Examples are:

Books

Moretti, Enrico. 2012. The New Geography of Jobs. New York: Houghton.

Weber, Max. [1896] 1976. The Agrarian Sociology of Ancient Civilizations, translated by R. I. Frank. London: NLB.

Kim, Young-Jak. 1988. Hanmal nationalism yo nku (Studies of Nationalism in the Late Traditional Korea). Seoul: Cho ngkye.
Book Chapters

Stepan, Alfred. 1985. "State Power and the Strength of Civil Society in the Southern Cone of Latin America." pp. 317-43 in Bringing the State Back In, edited by Peter B. Evans, Diestrich Rueschemeyer, and Theda Skocpol. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Periodicals

Snow, David A., E. Burke Rochford Jr., Steven K. Worden, and Robert D. Benford. 1986. "Frame Alignment Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation." American Sociological Review 51(4): 464-81.

Tables and Figures

All tables and figures should be prepared on separate pages and attached at the end of the paper. Each table and figure must have a descriptive title and number. Author (s) should indicate clearly in the text where tables and figures are to be inserted.