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편집 규정
 

원고집필요령 (Guidelines for Article Contributions)

1. 원고제출

이미 발표된 연구결과로서 단행본 또는 다른 학술지에 게재된 내용은 일제 게재하지 않는다. 다른 학술지에 게재신청 중인 논문은 게재 여부가 결정된 후에 제출한다. 단 심포지엄이나 세미나 발표논문은 게재가 가능하나 심사를 거쳐서 게재 여부를 결정한다. 원고의 제출은 전자우편으로 연세대학교 지역발전연구소에 제출한다.

2. 논문심사

투고된 논문은 편집위원회의 심사에 의해 게재여부를 결정하며 원고는 반환하지 않는다. 논문심사의 구체적인 절차는 논문심사규정에서 따로 정한다. 제출된 논문이 최종심사에 통과하여 본지에 게재되면 연세대학교 지역발전연구소가 그 논문에 대한 저작권을 갖는데 동의한다.

3. 원고작성

본지에 투고하기 위하여 다음의 원고 작성방법을 준수해야 하며 이에 어긋날 경우에는 논문접수를 보류할 수 있다.
1) 기고 원고는 워드프로세서 “아래 한글”로 작성함을 원칙으로 한다.
2) 저자는 제1 저자를 제일 처음 명기하며 공동저자는 논문 기여도를 고려하여 가나다 순서로 명기한다.
3) 원고는 한글사용을 원칙으로 하되 뜻을 명확히 하기 위하여 불가피한 경우에만 외국어를 쓰고, 외국학자의 이름은
원어로 쓴다.
4) 원고의 편집양식은 아래와 같이 설정한다.

편집 용지 문단 모양 글자 모양
A4, 단면, 좁게
위, 아래 여백 30
왼쪽, 오른쪽 여백 30
머리말 12
꼬리말 12
제본 0
왼쪽, 오른쪽 여백 0
줄간격 160
들여쓰기 2
정렬방식 양쪽혼합
낱말간격 0
글꼴 신명조
크기 10
장평 100
자간 0

5) 원고는 제목, 국문 초록(750자 이내), 영문초록(300자 이내), 국문주제어(3개), 영문주제어(3개), 분문, 참고문헌, 부록의 순으로 배열한다. 표지에는 논문제목(국, 영문), 성명(국, 영문), 소속기관 및 직위, 연락주소, 전화(직장, 자택), 팩스번호를 기재한다.

6) 장, 절의 표시는 I. 1. 1)과 같이 한다.

7) 모든 표 및 그림은 선명하게 그리고 해당번호(<표 1>, <그림 1>)와 제목 또는 설명을 붙여야 한다. 자료의 출처는 ‘자료:’ 라고 표시하고 본 요령 아래의 인용방식에 따라 아랫부분에 밝힌다(예: Krugman(1991: 35)의 재구성).

8) 표나 그림에 대한 주는 개별주(a), b), c)의 기호사용; 확률주인 경우에는 *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001), 일반주(‘주’:로 표시하고 기재)의 순으로 자료출처의 윗부분에 달아준다. 즉, 표나 그림의 하단에 개별주, 일반주, 자료의 순서가 되도록 배열한다.

9) 참고문헌은 그 전부를 저자명에 따라 국문은 가나다 순으로 영문은 ABC순으로 본문이 끝난 뒤에 기재하고 정기간행물의 경우는 저자명, 연도, 논문제목, 간행물명(이탤릭체로 표시), 권, 호, 면의 순으로, 정기간행물이 아닌 경우는 저자명, 출판연도, 도서명(이탤릭체로 표시), 출판회수(2판 이상), 출판지, 출판사명의 순으로 기재한다. 출판연도는 저자명의 바로 뒤에 ( )속에 기입한다.
참고문헌은 다음의 예와 같이 기재한다.

예) 국가균형발전특별법. (개정2007. 05. 11, 법률 제8423호).

권명중·양준모·유정식·이태정. (2005). 강원도 의료기기산업의 파급효과 분석.「응용경제」, 7(1): 151-186.
김창준·안병만. (1989). 입법부와 행정부의 관료행태 비교. 박동서·김광웅(공편). 「의회와 행정부」. 77-115. 서울: 법문사
「동아연감 2007」. (2007). 서울: 동아일보사.
원주시. (2004). 「원주의료기기산업단지 혁신클러스터화 지원방안」. 원주: 원주시.
French, J. R., Jr. & Raven, B. H. (1959). The bases of social power. In D. Cartwright (Ed.), Studies in Social Power. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. 150-167.
Krugman, P. (1991). Geography and Trade. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Martin, J., Knopoff, K., & Beckman, C. (1998). An alternative to bureaucratic impersonality and emotional labor: Bounded emotionality at the Body Shop. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43(2): 429-469.
Okun, A. M. (1989). 「평등과 효율」, 이영선(역). 서울: 현상과 인식; Equality and Efficiency: The Big Tradeoff. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institute, 1975.

10) 본문 중 참고문헌이 인용된 부분에는 ( ) 속에 참고문헌의 페이지를 표시한다.

(1) 자료가 문장의 일부로 언급되는 경우(예: 원주시(2004: 39)에 의하면 ......; 국가균형발전특별법 제2조 제1항에서는 ...;
김창준,안병만(1989)은 ......; Martin et al. (1998)에 따르면 .......;)
(2) 자료가 괄호 속에 분리되어 언급되는 경우(예: ......라고 볼 수 있다(국가균형발전특별법 §2

①; Okun, 1989: 25-26; 「동아연감 2007」, 2008); ......임을 주장하였다(권영종 외, 2005; French & Raven, 1959).)

(3) 본문의 내용에 설명을 부연하기 위한 내용주(content notes)는 해당 부분의 오른쪽 위에 논문 전편을 통하여 일련번호를
매기고(예: ...하였다.1)) 페이지 하단에 각주로 처리한다.

11) 여기서 언급되지 않는 참고문헌과 인용의 작성양식은 미국심리학회

(American Psychological Association: APA)에서 발행한 Publication Manual을 따른다.

지역발전연구 영문논문 기고요령(제정 2008.10.13)

Journal of Regional Studies & Development
Submission Guidelines and Information for Authors

Authors should submit the manuscript to our online system below.
http://onlineysj2.medsoft.kr

Manuscripts should follow the style guidelines in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th edition. Submissions should be manuscripts that have not been published previously and are not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should include the abstract, bio statement, endnotes, reference list, tables, figures, charts, and appendices. The page-size guideline is based on the A4-size paper. All material should be 12-point, Time New Roman type, double-spaced on one side of the page with margins of one inch. Please do not use the auto format feature in your word processing program. An abstract of no more than 150 words should appear on a separate page, preceding the first page of the manuscript. The abstract should include the central question addressed by the article and the author’s findings and conclusions.

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Mayntz, Renate & Scharpf. Fritz W. (1973). Planungsorganisation: die Diskussion um die Reform von Regierung und Verwaltung des Bundes [Planning organization: A debate on the reform of government and administration of Germany]. Munich: Piper.

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