[URBANTH-L]Call for papers --Singapore Institute of Planners
WONG Tai Chee (HSSE)
taichee.wong at nie.edu.sg
Wed Oct 24 10:37:59 EDT 2007
Call for Papers
Planews is a peer-reviewed journal of the Singapore Institute of
Planners (SIP), published twice a year. Two issues of a year make up one
The journal's primary objective is to bring together planning practice
and research to the discussion forum. Based on planning experiences of
different countries, we seek to explore and encourage planning debates
leading to critical evaluation of planning in practice. Our hope is that
research findings could help contribute towards planning for an improved
urban living environment, and guiding the directions for the future.
Editor: Tai-Chee WONG, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Editorial Board: Patsy Healey; University of Newcastle upon Tyne;
Charles Goldblum, University of Paris VIII; Belinda Yuen, National
University of Singapore; Chung-Tong Wu, University of Western Sydney;
Fulong Wu, Cardiff University; Scott Campbell, University of Michigan.
1. Manuscript Submission and Processing
Editorial correspondence: Articles, practice review contributions should
be sent to Miss Huiying ORE, Executive Secretary, the Singapore
Institute of Planners at 93 Toa Payoh Central #05-01, Toa Payoh Central
Community Building, Singapore 319194, Email: info at sip.org.sg or
weebairn at gmail.com). SIP's website is: www.sip.org.sg.
The submission of manuscript and figures should be in electronic form
The editors welcome contributions in a form which is relevant to
planning theory and/or practice. The approach should generally be
critical and analytical rather than predominantly descriptive. Studies
of planning practice from practitioners are particularly welcome.
Author's writing style should be accessible and not too theoretical.
Where theoretical concepts are used, the author is expected to explain
Articles should be between 4000 and 6000 words, typed in Microsoft Word
on A4 paper format double spaced and in Times New Roman font size 12.
The first page should show the title of the article, names, email and
institutional affiliation of the author(s). Two referees will be asked
to comment on the quality of the proposed article following a blind
review procedure. Comments and suggestions for changes of the paper will
be passed to the author(s).
Abstract A short abstract of 100 to 200 words and 5 to 8 keywords
should be provided on the second page immediately below the title of the
Illustrations with maps, figures and photographs with appropriate
titles/captions underneath are encouraged. Together with tables, they
should be organized in numerical order and placed at the end of the
article after the references.
References should be listed at the end of the article in alphabetical
order. Whilst acknowledgement of published or unpublished works is
essential in supporting the key points put forward by the author, we do
not expect papers to be extensively refereed.
We will appreciate it if you could forward this information
to any individual or institution that might be interested to contribute.
Editor/Singapore Institute of Planners, Singapore
National Institute of Education (Singapore) http://www.nie.edu.sg
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