Asian Quarterly An International Journal Of Contemporary Issues __EXCLUSIVE__
ERIC indexes a wide variety of journal sources. The coverage of an approved journal source is determined by an examination of three to five current issues during the source review process, but may be updated at any time. Source coverage is defined as follows:
asian quarterly an international journal of contemporary issues
The Journal of Contemporary Asia is an established refereed publication, it appears quarterly and has done so since 1970. When the journal was established, it was conceived as providing an alternative to mainstream perspectives on contemporary Asian issues. The journal maintains this tradition and seeks to publish articles that deal with the broad problems of economic, political and social development of Asia. Articles on economic development issues, political economy, agriculture, planning, the working class, people"s movements, politics and power, imperialism and empire, international financial institutions, the environment, and economic history are especially welcomed.
Published quarterly in February, May, August and November by NUS Press, National University of Singapore, on behalf of the East Asian Institute, China: An International Journal focuses on contemporary China, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, and covers the fields of politics, economics, society, geography, law, culture and international relations.
International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries is a peer-reviewed journal with a global reach and championed and edited by experts in the field. The journal focuses on the complete spectrum of contemporary clinical and basic sciences as applied to the clinical context, new and emerging technologies, cutting-edge innovations, and future trends in the field of diabetes. The articles are submitted under various categories/classifications like prevalence, epidemiology, etiopathogenesis, genetic and molecular biology, clinical and psychosocial aspects, complications, emergencies, treatment, management, pharmacoeconomics, quality of life, technology, and community medicine. It publishes work done in the developing world, especially from countries affected by the epidemic of diabetes, mainly India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, West Africa, Iran, Turkey. The journal also receives submissions from Japan, Brazil, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and China.The journal publishes original articles, review articles (only systematic reviews and meta-analysis), editorials, letters to the editor, short articles, case reports, , consensus/guidelines, and position statements.
The journal carefully selects reviewers not only from the developing world but from around the globe based on their substantial years of experience as academicians/clinicians and citable publications to their credit.Some of the significant reviewer selection tools employed by the journal include author suggested reviewers, classified national and international reviewers registered in the system based on their domain area expertise, Springer Nature reviewer finder tool, similar title Google search, PubMed search, referenced authors of the specific manuscripts, and other relevant online sources. The EIC also ranks/grades each reviewer at the end of the review process based on the depth and relevance of the review comments submitted, archived and recorded for future reference.An exhaustive peer review process is stringently followed. New submissions are assessed and prioritized by the editor-in-chief based on a host of factors primarily the relevance with respect to the aim and scope of the journal, and novelty of the science presented. Other assessment criteria include duplicate submission checks, plagiarism indices, submission of standard checklists like CARE guidelines for case reports and PRISMA checklist for review articles, ethical and compliance statements and English language appropriateness,Manuscripts are assigned to a team of associate editors for initial evaluation for a week to opine on the suitability of the article for the journal. Based on the overall opinion, articles may be immediately rejected at the initial stage by the EIC or rejected after one week of initial evaluation by the editors. Those warranting review are assigned to associate editors who act as handling editors to oversee the review process before submitting their recommendation to the EIC for final approval.We follow double-blind peer review process that mandates review by at least two/three subject experts. Manuscripts which mandate a statistical evaluation are sent to the biostatisticians who are the statistical editors.The reviewers may choose to reject after peer-review at the initial stage or advise revisions. The revised version undergoes further rereviews till the article meets the requisite standards of acceptance or rejection.Final decision is immediately communicated to the author. Turnaround time for acceptance usually ranges from 4-6 months.Accepted manuscripts undergo rigorous proof reading and copyediting protocols including reference checks and styling conforming to Vancouver style as well as declarations on compliance with ethical requirements, conflict of interest, funding.
As a corollary to the Research Institute, the Forum has an equally productive publications wing. The internationally recognized journals entitled Asian Quarterly: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues and Asian Journal of English Studies are our major publication. Products of senior academics and research scholars belonging to over ten nationalities, the journals provide selected and relevant reading material on language, literature and culture. Our other publications include books on English, monographs on different topics of current interest, particularly in linguistics.
This select bibliography covers the articles and books published from theyear 1998 to 2001. The main journals which are exclusively used for theselection of articles are : International Journal of Refugee Law, InternationalReview of the Red Cross, Indian Journal of International Law and other relevantjournals in the field of international law. The idea behind inclusion of theselect bibliography in the yearbook is to provide to the interested reader thelatest information on the contemporary issues in the area of InternationalHumanitarian and Refugee Laws. It may be mentioned in this context that thisYearbook being brought out by the Indian Society of International Law isintended mainly to provide adequate materials for research for students,scholars and practitioners of International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Lawthrough out the world.
Dr Ashutosh Potdar is Associate Professor of literature and drama at the department of Theatre and Performance Studies (School of Design, Art and Performance). His doctoral research examines the theme of aliens in Science Fiction with primary focus on post-war British Science Fiction and the M Phil research work is in the area of narrative studies. His scholarly work in English and Marathi has explored Colonial Drama, Narrative Theory and Drama Studies and more recently, the connections between the archive and performance making. He has published his research work on literature and drama in English and Marathi in various journals and presented papers in national and international conferences. He has edited a volume of Greatest Marathi Stories Ever Told (Aleph Book Company). Also, he has co-edited a volume of essays on performance-making and the archive, and an anthology of art writing in Marathi published by Routledge India and Sharjah Art Foundation respectively.
The Columbia Journal of Environmental Law was founded in 1972 with a grant from the Ford Foundation. The Journal is one of the oldest environmental law journals in the nation and is regarded as one of the preeminent environmental journals in the country. Our subscribers include law libraries, law firms, individuals, and federal, local, and state courts, as well as a significant international readership.
The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts is a quarterly, student-edited publication dedicated to up-to-date and in-depth coverage of legal issues involving the art, entertainment, sports, intellectual property, and communications industries. Founded in 1975, the journal is one of the most-cited periodicals devoted to arts law issues and features contributions by scholars, judges, practitioners, and students.
The mission of the Columbia Journal of Race and Law is to establish a dialogue on historic and contemporary notions of socio-political and legal challenges facing racial and ethnic minorities. We hope to embrace the continual importance of prioritizing this discourse as a means of better understanding contemporary issues, in addition to embarking on new paths for social progress. 350c69d7ab