|4. References and Citations:
In text, quotations must correspond exactly with the original in wording, spelling, and punctuation. Short quotations within the text should be noted by quotation marks; longer quotations or extracts should be indented from the left margin and require no quotations marks. Changes and additions to quotations should be identified by bracketing; ellipses [¡¦] should be used to identify omissions; emphasis added should also be indicated. Embedded citations should be used, hence please do not use footnotes for simple citations. All citations should be specified in the text in the following manner:
(a) If the author is named in the text, cite by year of publication:¡¦ Drake (1966) has suggested ¡¦
(b) If the author is not named in the text, cite by last name, and year of publication:
¡¦ it has been noted (Fuentes 1979) that ¡¦
(c) If necessary, pagination should follow the years of publication separated by a comma
¡¦ it is argued (Lagos 1983, 22) that by ¡¦
(d) Dual authors should be joined by ¡®and¡¯ multiple authors should be indicated by ¡®et al.¡¯:
¡¦ other approaches (Snyder and Diesing 1977, 392) may assume (Alessandri et al. 1971, 217-221).
(e) If an author has multiple references for any single publications year, indicate specific words by the use of lower case letters and separated by semicolons¡¦ the one hand (Lacan 1974a, 45; Lacan 1974b, 22) ¡¦
(f) Series of references should be enclosed within parentheses and separated by semicolons; items should be ordered chronologically, by year of publication, and alphabetically within any year:¡¦ proponents of the position (Russett 1981; George 1982; Holsti 1983; Starr 1983) and many ¡¦
The reference section should begin on a new page following the text and any appendices. Works should be listed alphabetically by author, followed by a section listed alphabetically by institution - or title of any material not attributed to any specific author(s). References should conform to the following format:
(a) References to books should list author(s), year, title, place of publication, and publisher:
¡¦ Von Misies, L.(1983), Nation-State and Economy: Contributions to the Politics and History of Our Time, Leland B. Yeager(trans.), New York: New York University Press.
¡¦ Strunk, W. Jr. and E. B. White(1979), The Elements of Time, 3rd ed., New York: Macmillan.
(b) References to journal articles should list author(s), year, title of article, journal name, volume, number(s) and inclusive pages:¡¦ Lipset, S. Ni(1983), ¡°Radicalism or Reformism: The Sources of Argentine Working-class Politics,¡± Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 77, No. 2, pp. 1-18.
((c) References to works in edited volumes should list author(s), year, essay title, volume editor(s), volume title, place of publication, publisher and inclusive pages:¡¦ Weber, M.(1984), ¡°Legitimacy, Politics and the State,¡± in William Connolly(ed.), Legitimacy and the State, New York: New York University Press, pp. 32-62.
((d) References to monographs in a series should list author(s), year, title, series title, place of publication, and publisher:
¡¦ Fromkin, M.(1986), The Limits of Recognition, Sanger Series on Law and International Society, New Haven: Sanger Publishers.
Page proofs will be supplied to the first author of a paper, but only errors in the type setting may be corrected at this stage. Any substantial alterations will be charged to the author(s). Consequently, the author(s) should ensure that the paper is submitted in final form. Proofs should be corrected and returned within seven days of receipt.
anuscript Formatting Information