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References and Bibliography
We use the Harvard system for bibliographi-cal references.This means that allquotations must be followed by the nameof the author,the date of the publication,and the pagination,thus:(Smith 1995:254).PLEASE DO NOT use ‘(ibid.)’.Punctuationshould follow the last bracket that identiﬁesthe reference whether a quotation is withinthe text or shown as a separate indentedquotation.However,the closing marks forquotations that are placed within the textshould preceed the reference.Yourreferences refer the reader to a bibliographyat the end of the article.The heading shouldbe ‘References’.List the items alphabeticallyby the author surname.Bibliographicalreferences must adhere to the followingmodels:Books:author’s full name,title (italics),place of publication,publisher,year,andpage reference.instance to the Editor as JPEGs.Subsequently,the Editor may requestsubmission of Macintosh EPS or TIFF ﬁles ona Mac-compatible zip disk or CD.Allillustrations,photographs,diagrams,maps,etc.should follow the same numericalsequence and be shown as Figure 1,Figure2,etc.The source has to be indicated below.Copyright clearance should be indicated bythe contributor and is always the responsibil-ity of the contributor.Their place in the textshould be clearly indicated.
Within paragraphs,these should be usedsparingly,identiﬁed by single quotationmarks.Paragraph quotations must beindented with an additional one-line spaceabove and below and without quotes.
All illustrations should be accompanied by acaption,which should include the Figurenumber,and acknowledge to the holder of the copyright.The author has a responsibil-ity to ensure that the proper permissions areobtained.
Margins should be at least 2.5 cm all roundand pagination should be continuous.Foreign words and phrases inserted in thetext should be italicized.
A biographical note on the author(s) mustbe provided.This includes author’s name,institutional afﬁliation and address.It shouldnot exceed 150 words.
An abstract must be provided.The abstractshould not exceed 200 words in length andshould concentrate on the signiﬁcantﬁndings.Apart from its value for abstractingservices,it should also make a case for thearticle to be read by someone from a quitedifferent discipline.
Keywords must be provided.Provision of upto six keywords is much appreciated byindexing and abstracting services. The aim of this journal is to provide amedium for the publication of originalpapers covering issues arising from theconﬂuence of research in the arts,technology and the sciences (with specialreference to consciousness).The Editor isparticularly interested in publishing work which is speculative and anticipatory in itsscope.All contributions,correspondenceand books for reviews should be addressedto the Editor:email@example.com
Technoetic Arts is a refereed journal.Strictanonymity is accorded to both authors andreferees.Referees are chosen for theirexpertise within the subject area.They areasked to comment on comprehensibilityand originality of the article submitted.
Articles should not normally exceed 7500words in length.
Articles should be original and not be underconsideration by any other publication andbe written in a clear and concise style.In theﬁrst instance,contributions should besubmitted to the Editor by e-mail as Worddocuments.At this time,illustrations shouldbe sent separately as JPEGs with theirproposed place in the text clearly indicated.
The journal uses standard British English. The Editor reserves the right to alter usageto these ends.Because of the interdiscipli-nary nature of readership,jargon is to beavoided.Simple sentence structures are of great beneﬁt to readers for whom English isa second language.
The journal is set with Apple Macintoshequipment.All electronic ﬁles submitted tothe publisher must be in a programme thatcan be read by an Apple Mac computer.
Illustrations are welcome.Generally onlyblack & white reproduction is available.Illustrations should be emailed in the ﬁrst
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Editorial Notes for Contributors