Editorial and Ethical Practices

Editorial and Ethical Practices

Editorial Guidelines

Editorial and Ethical Practices

A member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the JAE endorses its "Best Practices," as do the publishers of the JAE. By submitting one's work for review and publication, all authors attest to, and agree to abide by, the COPE code of ethical conduct.   Please see below for a summary of JAE editorial practices with a special relevance for prospective authors.  See the JAE submissions guidelines for details about the manuscript submission process;  go to http://www.acsa-arch.org/acsa-press/JAE/current-calls or http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/joae.

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Individuals qualified to submit manuscripts
Faculty members (full or part time) teaching in architecture schools, and students in PhD programs may submit manuscripts for peer review at any time.
Students in professional or post-professional architecture programs may be listed as second authors, as long as the first author is a faculty member.

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