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Political Criticism AUTHOR GUIDELINES

November 2013

I. General guidelines

1. Structure of manuscript

ㅁ Political Criticism accepts articles a maximum of 8,000 words in length (including references, footnotes,
and appendices).
ㅁ Manuscript text file should be a either Word file (.doc) or HWP file (.hwp).

2. Abstract

ㅁ All articles are required to contain an abstract of not more than 150 words and a list of up to five keywords.

3. Language

ㅁ Articles should be written either in Korean or in English. Papers written in Korean language should include the title and abstract written in English.
ㅁ For both Korean and English articles, footnotes should be written in English.
ㅁ References may contain non-English words; nevertheless, all words should be Romanized.
ㅁ In Romanizing Korean words, authors should follow the Romanization system developed by the National Institute of the Korean Language.

4. Figures and tables

ㅁ For both Korean and English articles, titles of tables and figures should be written in English.

Ⅱ. Citation in footnotes

1. General principles

ㅁ All references and footnotes should be written in Romanized words.
ㅁ For references with one to three authors, all authors should be named. For references with four or more authors, only
the first author should be named, which is followed by et al.
1) Book reference
- David Kolb, The Critique of Pure Modernity: Hegal, Heidegger, and After (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986), 175
- Bernard R. Berelson, Paul F. Lazarsfeld, and William McPhee, Voting (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1954)
- Martin Greenberger, et al, Networks for Research and Education: Sharing of Computer Information Resources Nationwide (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1974)
2) Multi-authored publication / chapter within multi-authored publication / translated text
- Janet S. Dodd, ed, The ACS Style Guide (Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society, 1986), 23
- Michael Walter, “The Communitarian Critique of Liberalism,” in New Commutarian Thinking: Persons, Virtues, Institutions, and Communities, ed. Amitai Etzioni (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1996), 52
3) Journal Reference
- Jane R. Bush, “Rhetoric and the Instinct for Survival,” Political Perspectives 29 (1990), 45-53
4) Magazine
- Michael Rogers, “Software for War, or Peace: All the World’s Game,” Newsweek, 9 December 1985, 82
5) Newspaper
- Los Angeles Times, 15 March 1985, “200th Birthday of Grimms Celebrated.”

2. Exception

ㅁ When citing classical texts, authors may use conventional ways of citation, instead of specifying the year of
publication and the page number. Please refer to sample references.
ㅁ Plato, Republic, BK. I, 346a8-347d2.
ㅁ John Locke, Essay Concerning Human Understanding, BK. II, Ch. Iii, §7

3. Citing a text that has previously been cited in the manuscript

1) Name of the author, shortened title, page number or original place
- Nietzsche, Geneology, 125
- Arendt, LM, 135
- Hume, Enquiry, II, i, 6.
- Wittgenstein, Tractatus, 4.15.
- Weil, “Reflexions,” 29-34.
2) Text with more than two volumes
- Cole, Socialist Thought, I: 45-48

Ⅲ. References

1. General principles

ㅁ References should be written in Romanized characters.
ㅁ In Romanizing Korean words, authors should follow the Romanization system developed by the National Institute of the Korean Language. (http://www.korean.go.kr/eng_new/document/roman/roman_01.jsp)
ㅁ References written in Korean should be Romanized.
ㅁ Author’s Surname, Given Names. Year of Publication. “Article Title.” Book Title. Publisher’s City: Publisher.
1) Book reference
- Strauss, Leo. 1953. Natural Right and History. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
2) Multi-authored publication / chapter within multi-authored publication / translated text
- Abeloos, M. 1982. “Development Constraints in Evolutionary Press.” J. T. Bonner, ed. Evolution and Development, 312-32. New York: Spring-Verlag.
- Schmitt, Carl. 1985. The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy. trans. Ellen Kennedy. Cambridge: MIT Press.
- Pangle, Thomas L. 1983. “Introduction.” Leo Strauss, ed. Studies in Platonic Political Philosophy, 1-26.
3) Journal Reference
- Pippin, Robert B. 1992. “The Modern World of Leo Strauss.” Political Theory 20.
4) Newspaper
- The New York Times. 18 July 1970. “U.S. Assumes the Israelis Have A-Bomb or Its Parts.”
5) Text on the Internet
- Author, Year, Subject, Webpage, Date of search