期刊简介(About the journal)
投稿须知(Instructions to Authors)
About the journal
Aims & Scope
Religious Education, the journal of the Religious Education Association: An Association of Professors, Practitioners, and Researchers in Religious Education, offers an interfaith forum for exploring religious identity, formation, and education in faith communities, academic disciplines and institutions, and public life and the global community. Three forums focus on this response:
- Religious Education in Faith Communities, focusing on religious education in local faith communities and within and by denominational/religious bodies on regional, national, and international levels.
- Religious Education in Public Life and the Global Community, focusing on the role of religious education in the interest of the common good as well as stimulating inter-religious education and conversation.
- Religious Education in Academic Disciplines and Institutions, focusing on the advancement of scholarship in religious education through schools, colleges, universities, and graduate schools of religion.
Articles consider education in houses of worship, schools, informal programs, and institutions of higher learning involving adults, youth, children, and families. Topics addressed include the following:
- Educational theory, theology, and education;
- Tradition and directions;
- Congregational programs and practices;
- Models and methods;
- Moral, value, and character education;
- Spiritual, cultural, and social issues in education.
Issues of the journal are divided three into sections:
- "Articles" - research, scholarship, and insights from practice relating to the intersection of religion and education;
- "Forum" - conversations engaging diverse points of view on topics of interest;
- "Critique" - review essays on practice and shorter reviews of books and media.
Instructions to Authors
Instructions for Authors
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***Note to Authors: please make sure your contact address information is clearly visible on the outside of all packages you are sending to Editors.***
Religious Education, the journal of the Religious Education Association: An Association of Professors, Practitioners, and Researchers in Religious Education, offers a forum for exploring religious identity, formation, and education in faith communities, academic disciplines and institutions, and public life and the global community. Articles consider education in houses of worship, schools, informal programs, and institutions of higher learning involving adults, youth, children, and families. Topics addressed include educational theory, theology, and education; tradition and trends; policy and practice; models and methods; moral values and character education; sacred texts; and spiritual, cultural, and social issues in education. Religious Education seeks original compositions in the following three areas:
Articles - Research, scholarship and insights from practice relating to the intersection of religion and education.
Forum - Essays and responses to articles published within the journal.
Critique - Essays and shorter reviews of significant new titles in books, media and curricula.
Manuscripts should be typed and double-spaced on 8-x-11 inch white paper on one side of each page. A 100-word abstract should accompany each manuscript. Manuscripts and abstracts should be sent to Jack Seymour, Religous Education, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, 2121 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, IL 60201; phone (847) 866- 3900; email: email@example.com. Please submit three hard copies of each manuscript and abstract (stating the method of research used in the study) on disk. Manuscripts that have already been published or are under review for publication elsewhere will not be considered.
Manuscripts should not exceed 6,500 words, including notes and references. Please use 12-point type size and 1-inch (4cm) margins at the top, bottom, right, and left of every page.
Style: The Chicago Manual of Style (fourteenth edition, 1993) should be used as the style reference for preparation of manuscripts. Literature references within the text should use the author-date system described in chapter 16; for example, (Curtis 1982); (Jones et al. 1987). A reference to a specific page would appear as (Smith and Jones 1991, 150). If the name of the author appears as part of the narrative, cite only the publication year in parentheses. A reference list must be included at the end of the manuscript. Entries should follow the guidelines in section 16.4, and in examples provided throughout chapter 16 in the Chicago Manual. Examples follow:
Journal article, one author:
Siejk, Cate. 2001. Awakening the erotic in religious education. Religious Education 96(4): 546-62.
Book, one author:
Alexander, H. 2001. Reclaiming goodness: Education and the spiritual quest. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.
Kieran, S. 1999. "Variations in written formulations." In KR-KP (Digest vol 8, no. 1) [electronic bulletin board]. Boston, MA 1998 [cited 30 September 1999]. Available from KR-KP@cs.boston.edu; INTERNET. Explanatory notes should be avoided whenever possible by incorporating their content into the text. Essential footnotes should follow the guidelines in sections 16.17, 15.27-34, and 15.41-43 of The Chicago Manual of Style.Tables and figures should be numbered and referred to in the text. Illustrations must be in crisp black and white.Authors should use gender-inclusive language.
Cover Sheet and Author Identification:
The cover sheet should contain the paper title, author's name, institutional affiliation, address, phone and fax numbers, and electronic-mail addresses. The body of the manuscript should bear only the title of the paper on the first page. Religious Education follows a double-blind reviewing procedure, in which neither author nor reviewer knows the identity of the other. To preserve the integrity of this review process, authors should avoid self-identification in the text as well as in notes and references.
Upon acceptance of a manuscript, the author will be asked to provide a copy on a double-sided, high-density, 3-inch, IBM-compatible computer disk. A hard copy of the manuscript must also be sent. Authors of published articles are given permission to photocopy their own article and subsequently to reprint or publish their articles without royalty charges, provided acknowledgment of original publication in Religious Education is given.
Contributors bear sole responsibility for the accurate and verified documentation of all reference material used to support their manuscripts and contributions. Religious Education does not pay for articles; however, three copies of the issue in which the article appears will be sent to the author.
INFORMATION FOR SUBSCRIBERS
Articles are indexed in the American Theological Library Association; Religious Index One: Periodicals; Education Index; Religious and Theological Abstracts; Index to Jewish Periodicals; Psychological Abstracts; Psyc Info; H.W. Wilson; and Current Contents. Issues are also available on microfilm from University Microfilms, P.O. Box 1346, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. For information on subscription fees and membership in the Religious Education Association please contact Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, 325 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 or visit www.taylorandfrancis.com or www.religiouseducation.net.
Professor of Religious Education
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
2121 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60201 USA
Book Review Editor:
Elizabeth Caldwell - McCormick Theological Seminary
Bert Roebben - Faculty of Theology, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands
W. Alan Smith - Florida Southern College
Sybrina Atwaters - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hanan Alexander - University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel
Lorna MA Bowman - Brescia University College, Ontario, Canada
Mary Boys - Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY, USA
Theodore Brelsford - Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA
Daniel Cadrin - Institut de Pastorale des Dominicains, Montréal, Canada
Terence Copley - Oxford University, Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Deborah Court - Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel
Basma Elshayyal - Islamia Girls'High School, London, England, United Kingdom
Leona English - St. Francis Xavier University, Canada
Thomas Groome - Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA
Mary Hess - Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN, USA
Soo-Chan Steven Kang - Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA, USA
Rune Larsson - Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Boyung Lee - Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA, USA
Sara Lee - Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Randy G. Litchfield - Methodist Theological School in Ohio, OH, USA
Joyce Mercer - Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, VA, USA
Siebren Miedema - Vrije Universieit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Evelyn Parker - Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA
Robert W. Pazmiño - Andover Newton Theological School, Newton Centre, MA, USA
Ronnie Prevost - Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, TX, USA
Bert Roebben - Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Graham Rossiter - Australian Catholic University, Strathfield, Australia
Mualla Selçuk - Ankara University Faculty of Divinity, Ankara, Turkey
Heinz Streib - Unitersitat Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany
Anton C. Vrame - Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology Brookline, MA, USA
Anne Wimberly - International Theological Seminary, Atlanta, GA, USA
Karen-Marie Yust - Union Theological Seminary & Presbyterian School of Christian Education, Richmond, VA, USA