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Submission Criteria

Submission of Manuscripts

Professionals and graduate students are encouraged to submit short research papers, articles, and commentaries, observing the highest levels of professional and academic standards. Peer reviews may also be submitted. Articles and commentaries need not have references or end-notes attached. However, if such will be used in these cases, the instructions noted below should be followed.

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Please submit manuscripts to:
The Editorial Board
The Management Journal of Crisisology Today (TheMJCT)
[email protected]

Please provide complete contact information for future correspondence.          

Manuscripts should be submitted:

1.  As original work with the highest level of critical thinking, and should be clear, concise, substantive, and robust in nature;

2.  With information properly researched, and the presentation credible and beneficial to readers ;

3.  With abstracts and keywords for papers, and a brief bio of the author(s) of all submissions. See instructions below;

4.  As Microsoft WORD documents, single spaced in Georgia style, at 12pts with one inch (1") justified margins on both sides, and written in the English language;

5.  In lengths as follows:
- research papers, between 3,000 and 9,000 words
- articles, between 800 and 3,000 words
- commentaries, between 800 and 2,000 words
- brief communication, between 500 and 1,500 words
- abstracts for research papers, between 90 and 120 words (will be a part of the total word count);
- about the author, not more than 80 words (will appear at the end of each published document, and will be a part
of the total word count);


6. In the American Psychological Association (APA) style, where required. References must be credible and should be thoroughly sourced. The same should be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the document. Footnotes need not appear in the body of documents, but end-notes are acceptable;

7. With indication that references and other information gathered from the Internet and elsewhere were retrieved within the last six (6) months of the submission;

8. With proof of permission from publishers or authors, where required. Authors should take care not to commit copyright infringement regarding their submission of original work;

9. In a manner in which their substantive material/information and other contents do not contribute to libel and slander; and

10. With the knowledge and understanding that authors are solely and fully responsible for the contents of the work submitted (and ultimately published), and that minimal editorial assistance will be offered. Therefore, the submission of documents signifies that all authors understand and agree to this level of responsibility.

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NOTE: Research papers, articles, commentaries, and items of brief communication originally published elsewhere, maybe republished here (on a carefully selected basis) only with the written consent or permission of their publishers and authors. The same standards or criteria delineated above, will be applied to submissions under consideration for republishing.


The published views expressed in this journal are solely those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of The Management Journal of Crisisology Today (TheMJCT)," or Crisisology Group International, LLC.


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