II I ) 1 JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND THEOLOGY Volume 6 · Number 2 · November Furthering the study, research and teaching of youth ministry internationally ISSN: 1741-0819 rr3l~~ In t ern at ion alA for the Study of s soc Youth i at ion Ministry Editorial Policy Ideas and Opinions The ideas and opinions contained in articles in The Journal of Youth and Theology are those of the authors and reviewers. They do not necessarily represent those of the Editor or Editorial Board. Articles and Letters for the Editor All articles and letters for the Editor should be submitted bye-mail to Nick Shepherd, firstname.lastname@example.org. Articles should be approximately 4,000-6,000 words in length and should be can be made. typewritten, los-spaced in 12-font and paginated. Ideally, articles should be submitted in Word- format but, if this is not possible, contact the Editor and alternative arrangements Inclusive language should be used throughout. Greek and Hebrew terms should be transliterated. Notes and references should be in the form of single-spaced endnotes. All notes and references should be taken into account for the word length of the article. Books for Review For North American publications contact Jim Hampton, email@example.com, for European
Journal of Youth and Theology – Brill
Published: Feb 17, 2007
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