The International Journal of Children’s Rights 8: 189–190, 2000. © 2000 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 189 Style Sheet Articles must be typed, double-spaced throughout on A4 paper, allowing good margins. North American authors may use standard North American paper size. Three copies should be submitted. A disk will be required after the refereeing process. Articles are published only in English. Please use British spelling. An abstract may be submitted to assist the editorial process but abstracts are not published. References should follow the following guidance. In-text references should be cited by giving the author’s name, year of publication (Jones, 1998) and specific page numbers after a direct quotation. In-text lists of references should be in chronological order. A reference should appear at the end and should include only those refer- ences cited in the text. References should be arranged alphabetically by author, and chronologically for each author. Publications for the same author appearing in a single year should use a, b, etc. Citations in references should conform to the following style. Book King, M. (1997) A Better World for Children? , London, Routledge. Book Chapter Van Bueren, G. (1998) ‘Children’s Rights: Balancing Traditional Values and
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