These submissions should follow the same formatting guidelines above and in The WCJ style sheet. And we take an expansive view of what constitutes empirical. The WCJ publishes book reviews that move beyond summary or promotion; writers should situate reviewed books in broader conversations in the field and should include critique of the reviewed works as warranted.
Articles Articles should be between 6, and 8, words including citations and should include an abstract of approximately words. Researchers who work with human participants should include the IRB approval number for their studies as a separate document and indicate that their study was IRB-approved in their manuscript.
We are particularly interested in empirical studies that go beyond conjecture and hypothesis. Book reviews should be approximately 2, words; review essays which address multiple works should be no more than 6, words.
After initial review by the editors, strong manuscripts will be submitted for blind review and read by at least two external readers.
We recognize the value of theoretical exploration, of exceptional thinking, of insight. Please submit an anonymous copy of your work, without author names or institutions, to facilitate a blind review - please also check any appendices for identifying information.
We are inclined toward empirical research—but not exclusively so. Guidelines The editors invite submissions of original empirical research and theoretical scholarship on topics of interest to the writing center community.
Only manuscripts that have not been published and are not under review elsewhere are accepted for consideration in The WCJ. Please contact us with your interest in writing a book review or review essay before submitting it.
Please check your spam folder if you do not receive an automated email after you submit. The WCJ aims to reflect the diversity of writing center contexts and encourages submissions related to a wide variety of institutional types and other environments.
All inquiries regarding subscriptions, announcements, and reprint permissions should be addressed to the editors at writingcenterjournal gmail. If you do not hear about the status of your manuscript within twelve to fourteen weeks, please contact us at writingcenterjournal gmail.
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Reviews We are also interested in book reviews and review essays. See the WCJ style sheet for more information. The editors will keep authors informed of their manuscript status and will provide feedback even to those essays that we decline to send out for peer review.
Authors should submit studies that offer practical applications and transportable instruments; however, we will also consider non-empirical studies that make theoretical contributions with strong explanatory power. Copyright and Advertising Copyright of all articles published in The Writing Center Journal, including the right to reproduce them in any form or media, is assigned solely to The Writing Center Journal.
Topics addressed should be relevant to the writing center community.Praxis: A Writing Center Journal is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published biannually by the University Writing Center at the University of Texas at Austin.
As a forum for writing center practitioners, Praxis welcomes articles from writing center consultants, administrators, and others concerned with issues related to writing center.
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Praxis is published by the University of Texas at Austin Undergraduate Writing Center. Articles should be between 6, and 8, words (including citations) and should include an abstract of approximately words.
(Please submit an anonymous copy of your work, without author names or institutions, to facilitate a blind review - please also check any appendices for identifying information.)Topics addressed should be relevant to the.
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