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Editorial policy

Editorial policy IJSMS 2/1 19/9/02 12:36 pm Page 75 The purpose of JSMS is to bring together aca- acronyms clearly defined. demics and practitioners in one forum with the It is preferred that authors submit their intent of furthering the knowledge and under- manuscript together with a covering letter to the standing of sports marketing and sponsorship. Editor by e-mail to the address below. If this is We interpret marketing and sponsorship broadly not possible, one copy of the manuscript should to include issues involving individual, team, be sent by regular mail along with a copy on event or organisation marketing and sponsor- computer disc. The author(s) name(s) and affil- ship; event management; advertising; and, iation should appear on the cover page. broadcasting. To this end, we encourage sub- Manuscripts in the Research & Reviews section missions from academics and practitioners relat- should normally total between 4,000 and 8,000 ing to these topics from a wide variety of per- words. Each article submitted for consideration spectives including management, strategy, poli- in this section should include an Executive tics, history, cultural studies, sociology, psychol- Summary of approximately 500 words. The ogy and economics. Executive Summary should give a flavour of the All articles should be written, primarily, to article, including the rationale for the study, inform those practitioners involved in the sports methods used, key findings and conclusions. marketing and sponsorship industry. Articles Articles submitted for publication in the that detail the results of original work are Perspectives section should usually be between accorded high priority, but we also invite reports 3,500 and 5,500 words, again with a 500-word Executive Summary. These will usually com- on new or revised business techniques, perspec- prise a perspective on a contemporary issue, an tives from practitioners and politicians on con- insight into an interesting case, or some other temporary issues, and the results of surveys. germane piece that will be of interest to the read- Book review essays will also be welcomed. ership. Interviews are welcomed, but should be JSMS will not accept submissions under discussed with the Editor. Book Reviews should review with other publications. If the normally be less than 1,500 words. manuscript is previously published or copyright- Endnotes should be used only sparingly; foot- ed elsewhere, specific permission must be notes not at all. Tables, charts, diagrams and fig- obtained from the Editor prior to submission. ures should be placed on separate pages at the All submissions will be peer reviewed, usually end of the manuscript. Referencing style should by three reviewers. Authors will normally conform to the American Psychological receive a decision regarding publication within Association, 4th edition, handbook. The accura- six to twelve weeks. At this point, further cy of any citations is the responsibility of the instructions will be given regarding the publica- author(s). For more specific style questions, tion process. Unfortunately, manuscripts cannot please consult a recent edition of JSMS. be returned. Address Format & Style Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship All submissions should be written for an intelli- Attention: John Amis, De Montfort University gent, informed audience primarily made up of School of Physical Education, Sport & Leisure, senior managers. Research articles should be 37 Lansdowne Road, Bedford MK40 2BZ, well grounded conceptually and theoretically, England and be methodologically sound. Qualitative and Tel.: +44 (0)1234 793415 quantitative pieces of research are equally Fax.: +44 (0)1234 793440 appropriate. Jargon should be reduced to an E-mail: jamis@dmu.ac.uk absolute minimum with technical language and International Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship ● February / March 2000 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1464-6668
DOI
10.1108/IJSMS-02-01-2000-B007
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IJSMS 2/1 19/9/02 12:36 pm Page 75 The purpose of JSMS is to bring together aca- acronyms clearly defined. demics and practitioners in one forum with the It is preferred that authors submit their intent of furthering the knowledge and under- manuscript together with a covering letter to the standing of sports marketing and sponsorship. Editor by e-mail to the address below. If this is We interpret marketing and sponsorship broadly not possible, one copy of the manuscript should to include issues involving individual, team, be sent by regular mail along with a copy on event or organisation marketing and sponsor- computer disc. The author(s) name(s) and affil- ship; event management; advertising; and, iation should appear on the cover page. broadcasting. To this end, we encourage sub- Manuscripts in the Research & Reviews section missions from academics and practitioners relat- should normally total between 4,000 and 8,000 ing to these topics from a wide variety of per- words. Each article submitted for consideration spectives including management, strategy, poli- in this section should include an Executive tics, history, cultural studies, sociology, psychol- Summary of approximately 500 words. The ogy and economics. Executive Summary should give a flavour of the All articles should be written, primarily, to article, including the rationale for the study, inform those practitioners involved in the sports methods used, key findings and conclusions. marketing and sponsorship industry. Articles Articles submitted for publication in the that detail the results of original work are Perspectives section should usually be between accorded high priority, but we also invite reports 3,500 and 5,500 words, again with a 500-word Executive Summary. These will usually com- on new or revised business techniques, perspec- prise a perspective on a contemporary issue, an tives from practitioners and politicians on con- insight into an interesting case, or some other temporary issues, and the results of surveys. germane piece that will be of interest to the read- Book review essays will also be welcomed. ership. Interviews are welcomed, but should be JSMS will not accept submissions under discussed with the Editor. Book Reviews should review with other publications. If the normally be less than 1,500 words. manuscript is previously published or copyright- Endnotes should be used only sparingly; foot- ed elsewhere, specific permission must be notes not at all. Tables, charts, diagrams and fig- obtained from the Editor prior to submission. ures should be placed on separate pages at the All submissions will be peer reviewed, usually end of the manuscript. Referencing style should by three reviewers. Authors will normally conform to the American Psychological receive a decision regarding publication within Association, 4th edition, handbook. The accura- six to twelve weeks. At this point, further cy of any citations is the responsibility of the instructions will be given regarding the publica- author(s). For more specific style questions, tion process. Unfortunately, manuscripts cannot please consult a recent edition of JSMS. be returned. Address Format & Style Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship All submissions should be written for an intelli- Attention: John Amis, De Montfort University gent, informed audience primarily made up of School of Physical Education, Sport & Leisure, senior managers. Research articles should be 37 Lansdowne Road, Bedford MK40 2BZ, well grounded conceptually and theoretically, England and be methodologically sound. Qualitative and Tel.: +44 (0)1234 793415 quantitative pieces of research are equally Fax.: +44 (0)1234 793440 appropriate. Jargon should be reduced to an E-mail: jamis@dmu.ac.uk absolute minimum with technical language and International Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship ● February / March 2000

Journal

International Journal of Sports Marketing and SponsorshipEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 1, 2000

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