CALL FOR PAPERS & CALL FOR GUEST EDITORS -- S&G

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     "Simulation & Gaming: An International Journal of Theory, Design,
and Research" (S&G) publishes articles on simulation, computerized
simulation, modeling, gaming, modeling, play, role-play, active and
interactive learning, structured exercises and experiential learning.
For 23 years, S&G has served as the leading international forum for the
study and discussion of these methodologies as used in education,
training and research.

     S&G is a multi-disciplinary journal, covering a wide range of
areas, such as sociology, political science, economics, psychology,
education, environmental issues, international studies, management and
business, policy and planning, decision making and conflict resolution,
cognition, learning theory, communication, intergroup behavior, language
training, media, educational technologies and computing.

                             Call for papers

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     The main types of contributions are (A) academic articles
(empirical, conceptual, discussion, debate, descriptive, synthesis, etc.
-- usually 3000 to 9000 words), (B) shorter articles (reports,
communications, research notes, conference reports, accounts,
instruments, etc. -- usually less than 2500 words) and (C) ready-to-use
simulation/games (complete simulation/games with facilitator's
instructions, participants' materials, debriefing schedule, etc. --
usually less than 3000 words).

Articles
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     Before submitting a manuscript, potential authors should write for
a copy of the Guide for Authors, enclosing a self-addressed, sticky
label and (in the USA only) $2 in stamps. Write to
               David Crookall, Editor S&G
               Morgan Hall, Box 870244
               U of AL, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, USA.

Simulation/games
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     Before submitting a ready-to-use simulation/game for ordinary
issues of S&G, authors should write, enclosing a self-addressed, sticky
label, and (if in the USA) $2 in stamps, to
               Kuon Custer Hunt, S/G Section Editor
               13735 NW Westside Road,
               Yamhill, OR 97148, USA.

            Call for Guest Editorship of Special Theme Issues
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     From time to time a special theme issue of S&G is prepared by a
Guest Editor. Special issues in preparation or that have already
appeared deal with business, debriefing, evaluation, military gaming and
cross-cultural communication. In principle, any theme can be proposed
for a special issue, as long it is important and of interest to a wide
range of readers. If you would like to guest edit a special issue,
please send:
      - a one-page proposal (justifying the theme, outlining the
         rational, identifying possible authors and sub-topics, etc.)
      - a short resume (one page)
      - notes on any previous editorial experience
      - name, address, telephone numbers and e-mail address(es) (the
         latter is essential)
to
      crookall@ua1vm.bitnet or
      crookall@ua1vm.ua.edu
To chat about it on the phone, call David at 205-348-9494 (w) or 205-752-
0690 (h): please call back if not in -- do not leave a message.

Subscription inquiries about S&G should be directed to Sage
Publications, PO Box 5084, Newbury Park, CA 91359, USA; telephone 805-
499-0721; or 6 Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4PU, UK.

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