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華岡法粹徵稿簡則及引註格式 Hwakang Law Review

華 岡 法 粹 徵 稿 簡 則

103.09.17修訂

本刊物為一專業性之法律學術期刊,於每年六月及十二月出版;徵稿內容包括法學論著、判解研究、書評、法學譯著等學術著作,園地公開,歡迎投稿。徵稿簡則如下:

壹、字數與格式:一、除書評外,來稿字數以一萬伍仟至五萬字為原則。

二、來稿請附作者中英文姓名、中英文題目名稱、目次、六百字以內之中英文摘要及中英文關鍵詞及參考書目,並按序標明頁碼,另請投稿者附上連絡地址、電話及電子信箱地址。

三、投稿請惠賜電子檔,並以中文橫式與A4之大小格式繕寫。

四、為求體例一致,中文稿件之章節款項,請按「壹、一、(一)、1、(1)、A、a、」等層次排列。

五、譯著請另附原著作及翻譯權授予證明文件。

六、註解格式請依照「華岡法粹引註格式」範例之規定(另參本系網址:http://law.pccu.edu.tw/bin/home.php)。

貳、審稿:來稿先由本刊編審委員會初審通過後,另聘請相關領域之專家學者雙向匿名審查來稿,採隨到隨審,經審查委員並經校外編審委員會審議通過後,方得刊登。如不採用,原稿件恕不另行奉還。

參、文責與著作權:一、來稿請勿一稿多投,一經發現逕行退稿。

二、來稿內容請遵守著作權法及其他相關法令,並授權本刊以紙本及數位方式發行。

三、所有文章經本刊收錄後,作者需同意無償授權本刊得再授權國家圖書館『遠距圖書服務系統』或其他資料庫業者,以適當的技術或方式為數位化重製,透過網路、儲存媒體或其他方式公開傳輸,提供讀者進行查詢、瀏覽、下載或列印等資料庫銷售或提供服務之行為。

四、本刊為符合紙本或數位方式出版,得進行格式之變更。

肆、稿酬:非中國文化大學聘任之學者、專家或研究生投稿者,經審查通過而刊登者,致贈新台幣一萬元

伍、免費贈閱:稿件經刊登後,本刊敬送抽印本二十份與當期刊物三本。

陸、投稿地址:來稿請寄「11114臺北市陽明山華岡路五十五號 中國文化大學法律學系收」或逕傳本刊電子信箱:crlldl@dep.pccu.edu.tw

 

Submission Rules

Article 1.            The Hwakang Law Review is a periodical published 2 times per year in every June and December. 

Article 2.          We welcome works on law, translated works, book reviews, analysis of actual practice, theses published in seminars, and cross-strait studies, and the submitter is asked to specify to which of the above categories his/her work belongs. A long paper could be published in different issues. Please follow academic rules regarding referencing and provide references at the end of the work. The format must be consistent with the Bluebook. Any work that has no referencing, has been submitted to multiple periodicals, or the whole or a part of which has already been published in another periodical will be rejected. 

 Article 4.          We welcome papers in Chinese or foreign languages that do not exceed 50,000 words. The original text and a letter of agreement from the original author are required if the work is a translation. 

 Article 5.         Please specify the order and delegation of the authors if the work is co-authored by two more or individuals, and a written agreement to the joint-submission by each of the authors needs to be attached. 

 Article 6.         A submitted work should include approximately 10 key words in Chinese and English, a 300-word abstract in Chinese, and a 500-word abstract in English. The English title, key words, and abstract of an approved submission will be proofread and/or adjusted and posted on our website by our editors. 

 Article 7.         The submission needs to be typed with Microsoft Office, comes in three duplicates, and attached with a disk containing the document. Please mail the above to: Office of the Department of Law, Chinese Culture University, 55 Hwa-Kang Rd., Yung Ming Shan, Taipei City, Taiwan, 11114. Works submitted from regions outside of Taiwan need to be e-mailed to us (e-mail: crlldl@dep.pccu.edu.tw). 

 Article 8.          Any work submitted to the Hwakang Law Review has to go through the review process, and the result of which will be made known to its author in a timely fashion. The works from an author who decides to cancel his/her submission after it is being reviewed by us or has already submitted it to multiple periodicals will not be accepted by us for 3 years. 

 Article 9.         The author is responsible for his/her work that is published in the Hwakang Law Review. Instead of being paid, the author will be given 20 offprints. 

Article 10.         After a work has been published for 3 months, it will be stored in the CCU Library Academic Periodical Full-text Database for users’ inquiries. 

 Article 11.       After a work has been published in the Hwakang Law Review, any and all of its authors need to agree to their work being entered into a database authorized by us through non-exclusive authorization, necessary reproduction, public access, downloading by authorized users, and/or printing through digital methods, or format adjustment for database compilation. For a paid database authorization, the payment will be equally shared by the Hwakang Law Review and the author(s). A letter of authorization needs to be attached along with the work by the author(s) at the time of submission.

Submission Rules

Article 1.            The Hwakang Law Review is a periodical published 2 times per year in every June and December. 

Article 2.          We welcome works on law, translated works, book reviews, analysis of actual practice, theses published in seminars, and cross-strait studies, and the submitter is asked to specify to which of the above categories his/her work belongs. A long paper could be published in different issues. Please follow academic rules regarding referencing and provide references at the end of the work. The format must be consistent with the Bluebook. Any work that has no referencing, has been submitted to multiple periodicals, or the whole or a part of which has already been published in another periodical will be rejected. 

 Article 4.          We welcome papers in Chinese or foreign languages that do not exceed 50,000 words. The original text and a letter of agreement from the original author are required if the work is a translation. 

 Article 5.         Please specify the order and delegation of the authors if the work is co-authored by two more or individuals, and a written agreement to the joint-submission by each of the authors needs to be attached. 

 Article 6.         A submitted work should include approximately 10 key words in Chinese and English, a 300-word abstract in Chinese, and a 500-word abstract in English. The English title, key words, and abstract of an approved submission will be proofread and/or adjusted and posted on our website by our editors. 

 Article 7.         The submission needs to be typed with Microsoft Office, comes in three duplicates, and attached with a disk containing the document. Please mail the above to: Office of the Department of Law, Chinese Culture University, 55 Hwa-Kang Rd., Yung Ming Shan, Taipei City, Taiwan, 11114. Works submitted from regions outside of Taiwan need to be e-mailed to us (e-mail: crlldl@dep.pccu.edu.tw). 

 Article 8.          Any work submitted to the Hwakang Law Review has to go through the review process, and the result of which will be made known to its author in a timely fashion. The works from an author who decides to cancel his/her submission after it is being reviewed by us or has already submitted it to multiple periodicals will not be accepted by us for 3 years. 

 Article 9.         The author is responsible for his/her work that is published in the Hwakang Law Review. Instead of being paid, the author will be given 20 offprints. 

Article 10.         After a work has been published for 3 months, it will be stored in the CCU Library Academic Periodical Full-text Database for users’ inquiries. 

 Article 11.       After a work has been published in the Hwakang Law Review, any and all of its authors need to agree to their work being entered into a database authorized by us through non-exclusive authorization, necessary reproduction, public access, downloading by authorized users, and/or printing through digital methods, or format adjustment for database compilation. For a paid database authorization, the payment will be equally shared by the Hwakang Law Review and the author(s). A letter of authorization needs to be attached along with the work by the author(s) at the time of submission.

 

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