CALL FOR ARTICLES
The best peer reviewed articles concerning music education (creative, holistic and intercultural learning) are published in Finnish Journal of Music Education (FJME) 2017
Please email the article submission before 31st of October 2016 as an attachment (Word doc and rtf) to
Marja Heimonen (editorial assistant): firstname.lastname@example.org and Heikki Ruismäki and Inkeri Ruokonen (special issue editors, inquiries): email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS
The Finnish Journal of Music Education publishes articles and reviews on the research and practice of music education. The Editorial Board will consider manuscripts written in the following languages: Finnish, English and Swedish. Articles written in a language other than English must include an English summary of maximum length 200 words. The journal uses in-text references (e.g. Soini 2001, 9). The ethical code of FJME does not allow consideration of any articles already published or submitted for publication in other journals or books. Publishing decisions on manuscripts are made by the Editorial Board of FJME. The Articles are blind-reviewed by researchers with relevant topical or methodological expertise.
Please submit your text to the editor(s) by e-mail as an attachment (rtf). Further information about submitting contributions is available from the Managing Editor.
The author or authors transfer publishing rights to the Sibelius Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki. The Sibelius Academy then has the right to publish the text in printed form and in digital form. Prior to publication, the text must undergo editing as required by the established assessment process for FJME. The University of the Arts Helsinki has the right to transfer limited distribution rights to licensed national and international databases or publishing companies for academic publications (for example, Ebsco, Rilm). This transferred right of publication will not entitle the author(s) to monetary compensation. The author(s) will retain the proprietary rights and the right of use to the text, which will not be limited by the transfer of a parallel right of use. The author(s) warrant that the text (pictures included) does not infringe the copyright of a third party.
Examples of quotes:
Hakkarainen, K., Lonka, K. & Lipponen, L. 2000. Tutkiva oppiminen. Porvoo: WSOY.
Richardson, L. 1994. Writing as a method of inquiry. In N. Denzin & Y. Lincoln (eds.) Handbook of Qualitative Research. London: Sage, 516 -529.
Soini, T. 2001. Aktiivinen transfer koulutuksen tavoitteena. Psykologia 36, 1-2, 9-17.
Lehtonen, K. 1996. Musiikki, kieli ja kommunikaatio. Mietteitä musiikista ja musiikkiterapiasta. Jyväskylän yliopisto. Musiikkitieteen laitoksen julkaisusarja A. Tutkielmia ja raportteja 17.
Postal addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of the contributors should be enclosed.