for CD-ROM Proceedings
The following guidelines apply
to final papers for the 3rd International Conference on Cultural Policy
Research. Your cooperation in adhering to these guidelines is greatly
appreciated. ICCPR proceedings will be produced on CD-ROM and distributed to
registrants at the conference.
The deadline for final
submissions is April 15th, 2004. After this date, we will not be able to
guarantee the inclusion of your paper in the conference proceedings. All papers
must be in English.
All submissions must be made electronically and should be sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org in MS‑Word format.
Instruction to Authors
All papers must be limited to approximately 6,000 words (edited in
accordance with these guidelines), including abstracts, figures, tables and
All text, including
titles, names, and citations must be in Times New Roman, 11pt.
The general order of
the paper should be as follows:
Occupation and affiliation of the principal author(s)
of the author(s)
(100 to 150 words)
chapters or sections of the main body of the text, tables and figures.
Tables and figures should be incorporated in the text following reference
Acknowledgements, if any
Appendices, if required
Page size should be
the North American “letter” format (8.5" X 11"); A4 paper is also
acceptable. Left and right margins: 2.54 cm (or 1.0"). Top and bottom
margins: 2.54 cm (or 1.0")
Follow the title
block and author address information with the heading ABSTRACT left aligned.
single line after the ABSTRACT heading, followed by an abstract of a
maximum of 150 words, followed by a list of up to 5 keywords;
of the main body of the paper should be separated from the keyword list or
abstract by two blank lines;
must start at the left-hand margin (i.e.: do not indent new paragraphs);
Please ensure that
the spelling of names, terms, and abbreviations is consistent, including
when they are used in tables, figures and legends.
Insert tables and
figures in the body of the text, following the paragraph in which they are
References should be
single-spaced and attached on a separate page. Works by a single author
should be listed chronologically. References should respect the following
Colbert, F. 1995. Marketing Culture and the Arts. New York: Wiley.
Roodhouse, S. 1998. “The Development of Museum Training in the United
Kingdom.” International Journal of Arts Management, Vol. 1, no
1, 1998, p. 45–56.
Three or more authors:
Zukerman, V., L. Berry and A. Paterson. 1998. “The Nature and Determinants
of Customer Experience of Service.” Journal of the
Vol. 4, no 5, p. 1–12.
Article in a book edited by
Fiest, A. 1995. “Consumption in the Arts and Cultural Industries: Recent
Trends in the UK,” in From Maestro to Manager – Critical Issues in Arts &
Culture Management, M. Fitzgibbon and A. Kelly, eds., Dublin: Oak Tree
Press, p. 245–267.