The Journal for Peace and Justice Studies publishes work from a variety of disciplines, including, but not limited to, education, law, nursing, philosophy, theology, social and political theory, and public policy. While the editors particularly encourage contributions arising from the Judeo-Christian intellectual traditions, they welcome all submissions that promote peace and seek to build a just society. Discussions of abstract and conceptual issues underlying substantive problems, and empirical research aiming at their resolution, will also be considered. Shorter articles, review essays, book reviews, and commentaries are also published.
- All manuscripts submitted for publication are subject to a double-blind review. Please use this submission form. Manuscripts should be double-spaced throughout and the word count should be 6500-7500 words not including the 150 word abstract or the bibliography. Font size should be 12 pt.; typeface should be Times New Roman; margins should be set at no less than 1" and include footnotes at the bottom of each page. The document must include a bibliography. An abstract of approximately 150 words should also be included. Authors are required to follow the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) Sheet provided. For Chicago Manual of Style please refer to link.
- The opinions expressed in articles and reviews are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the publishers, editor, or The Center for Peace and Justice Education, Villanova University. Copyright is held by the Journal, and no part of this publication may be produced without permission from the publisher.
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