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OXFORD JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY《牛津考古学杂志》 (Email投稿)

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  • 参考译名《牛津考古学杂志》
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OXFORD JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY《牛津考古学杂志》(季刊). Covering the whole range of archaeology, from Palaeolithic to medieval times, the Oxford Jo...[显示全部]
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2、期刊网址:

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/14680092

3、官网邮箱:oja@arch.ox.ac.uk

4、期刊刊期:季刊,逢季中月出版。

2020年1015日星期

                                  


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Author Guidelines

1. SUBMISSION

Papers should be submitted to the editorial assistant, Samantha Bowring, in electronic format. Files should be sent as e-mail attachments, or else transferred, through prior arrangement with Samantha Bowring, via a file-sharing system.

Submission of a paper to Oxford Journal of Archaeology will be held to imply that it represents an original article, not previously published; that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere; and that, if accepted for publication, it will not be published elsewhere without the consent of the editors.

Papers exceeding 8,000 words will not normally be considered. Authors intending to submit a paper of over 8,000 words (including references and footnotes, but excluding tables) should contact the editorial assistant, Samantha Bowring, in the first instance, to explain why their contribution has to exceed that limit. Please note that the Journal does not publish papers in two parts. Ancillary information relevant to a paper can be published online as Supplementary Information – see below. A Notes section is sometimes included, for shorter contributions and for debate. Only papers presented in a manner conforming with the Author Guidelines will be considered by the editors for publication.

By submitting a manuscript to or reviewing for this publication, your name, email address, and affiliation, and other contact details the publication might require, will be used for the regular operations of the publication, including, when necessary, sharing with the publisher (Wiley) and partners for production and publication. The publication and the publisher recognize the importance of protecting the personal information collected from users in the operation of these services, and have practices in place to ensure that steps are taken to maintain the security, integrity, and privacy of the personal data collected and processed. You can learn more at https://authorservices.wiley.com/statements/data-protection-policy.html

2. AIMS AND SCOPE

Covering the whole range of archaeology, from Palaeolithic to medieval times, the Oxford Journal of Archaeology is the premier English language journal of European, Mediterranean and western Asian archaeology. Publishing four issues a year, it provides topical coverage of current research in Prehistoric, Classical and later periods, with contributions from an international cast of academics and field workers. It encourages debate and is essential reading for anyone studying the archaeology of these areas.

The journal does not accept or undertake book reviews.

3. PREPARING THE SUBMISSION

Parts of the Manuscript

The manuscript should be submitted in separate files: A) main text file; B) figures files; C) additional files.

A) Main Text File

The text file should be presented in the following order:

i. A short informative title containing the major key words. The title should not contain abbreviations (see Wiley's best practice SEO tips);

ii. A short running title of less than 40 characters;

iii. The full names of the authors;

iv. The author's institutional affiliations where the work was conducted, with a footnote for the author’s present address if different from where the work was conducted;

v. Acknowledgements;

vi. Abstract;

vii. Main text;

viii. References;

ix. Tables (each table complete with title and any footnotes);

x. Figure captions;

xi. List of Appendices (if relevant).

Figures, Appendices and Supporting Information should be supplied as separate files.

i. Authorship

Please refer to the journal’s Authorship policy in the Editorial Policies and Ethical Considerations section below for details on author listing eligibility.

ii. Acknowledgements

Contributions from anyone who does not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed, with permission from the contributor, in an Acknowledgements section. Financial and material support should also be mentioned. Thanks to anonymous reviewers are not appropriate.

iii. Abstract

A short summary of about 100-150 words should be included at the head of the text, following the title.

iv. Main Text

The following points provide general advice on formatting and style. It is essential to observe these conventions; typescripts which do not conform to these instructions will be returned for correction.

Authors are expected to submit typescripts written in fluent English, and to arrange for translation into English if necessary. Papers which are not submitted in fluent English will be returned for revision before review. For spellings in general follow the Concise Oxford Dictionary (preferring the first variants where offered).

Numbers under 10 should be spelt out except where attached to a unit of quantity (for example, 1 mm or 3 kg). Numbers 10 and above should be numerals except where the context makes this awkward (for example, use spelt-out forms at the beginning of a sentence). Write 0.5, 0.67 rather than .5 and .67, etc. Numbers of centuries and millennia should be spelt out (for example, twelfth century BC).

Avoid excessive capitalization, inverted commas for words, and parentheses.

Use Metric units rather than Imperial.

Use italics for emphasis very sparingly.

Initial-letter abbreviations should be typed with no full points (for example, UK, UNESCO, BBC). Abbreviations in which the last letter of the abbreviation is the same as the last letter of the word should also have no full point (for example, Mr, St, but frag., str., etc.; no. is an exception). Latin abbreviations such as ibid., id., op. cit., e.g. and cf. should not be underlined.

Transliterate Greek, where possible, especially in book titles; occasional words or short passages may be used in the text, if clearly printed in the submitted typescript.

Three forms of subheading are used, with the following conventions which should be followed in the typescript:

- subheading........................CAPITALS, centred (separate line)

- subsubheading.................. italics, left-justified (separate line)

- subsubsubheading........... italics (embedded in the first line of the paragraph)

Please avoid using more than three weights of subheading.

v. Footnotes

Footnotes should be placed as a list at the end of the paper only (as endnotes), not at the foot of each page. They should be numbered in the list and referred to in the text with consecutive, superscript Arabic numerals. Keep footnotes brief; they should contain only short comments tangential to the main argument of the paper.

viii. References

It is essential to observe the following referencing conventions (typescripts which do not conform to these instructions will be returned for correction).

The Harvard system should be followed (except where frequently-used sources are abbreviated: in this case, a full list of abbreviations should precede the bibliography: see below). In the text, references should be indicated by giving the author’s name and year of publication (with page and illustration references). For example:

Clark (2002, 23) was of the opinion that ….

It is probably during this phase that we see the first construction of monuments in the region, in the form of massive standing stones, stone rows and long mounds (Scarre 2011, 68–102; 2015)...

The references should be listed in full at the end of the paper. Individual items should be separated by clear lines, with the authors’ and any editors’ names capitalized, and the year of publication followed by a colon. The following examples of specific publication types should be used as guidelines:

a) Journal article

GARROW, D., GOSDEN, C., HILL, J.D. and RAMSEY, C.B. 2009: Dating Celtic art: a major radiocarbon dating programme of Iron Age and Early Roman metalwork in Britain. Archaeological Journal 166, 79–123.

b) Book

THOMAS, J. 2013: The Birth of Neolithic Britain (Oxford).

c) Book chapter:

BUCKBERRY, J.L. 2007: On sacred ground: social identity and churchyard burial in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, c.700–1100 AD. In WILLIAMS, H. and SEMPLE, S. (eds.), Early Medieval Mortuary Practices (Oxford, Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 14), 120–32.

Please note:

(i) If several papers by the same author and from the same year are cited, a, b, c, etc. should be added to the year of publication (1972a, 1972b, etc.).

(ii) The use of the phrase et al. (= et alii) to indicate multiple authorship is permissible in the text, but not in the list of references, where all names should be given. Full page numbers should be supplied, not just ff.

(iii) Volume and plate numbers in references should be given in Arabic, and lower case used for fig., pl. and table (However, refer to your own figures and tables as Fig. 1, 2, 3; Table 1, 2, 3, etc.).

ix. Tables

Tables should be self-contained and complement, not duplicate, information contained in the text. They should be supplied as editable files, not pasted as images. Captions should be concise but comprehensive – the table, captions, and any footnotes must be understandable without reference to the text. All abbreviations must be defined in footnotes. Footnote symbols: †, ‡, §, ¶, should be used (in that order).

x. Figures

Figure Captions: Figure captions should be typed in full on a separate list headed ‘Captions of Illustrations’. For drawings and photographs, acknowledgement of the source should be included. It is the responsibility of the authors to obtain any necessary copyright permission for the reproduction of images. Captions should be concise but comprehensive – the figure and its caption must be understandable without reference to the text. Include definitions of any symbols used and define/explain all abbreviations and units of measurement, either in the caption or in a legend within the figure.

B) Figures files:

Although authors are encouraged to send the highest-quality figures possible, for peer-review purposes, a wide variety of formats, sizes, and resolutions are accepted. Click here for the basic figure requirements for figures submitted with manuscripts for initial peer review, as well as the more detailed post-acceptance figure requirements.

Figures submitted in colour may be reproduced in colour online free of charge. Please note, however, that it is preferable that line figures (e.g. graphs and charts) are supplied in black and white so that they are legible if printed by a reader in black and white. If an author would prefer to have figures printed in colour in hard copies of the journal, a fee will be charged by the Publisher.

C) Additional Files:

i. Appendices:

Any Appendices will be published after the references. For submission they should be supplied as separate files but referred to in the text.

ii. Supporting Information:

Supporting information is information that is not essential to the article, but provides greater depth and background. It is hosted online and: appears without editing or typesetting. It may include tables, figures, videos, datasets, etc. Click here for Wiley’s FAQs on supporting information.

Note: if data, scripts, or other artefacts used to generate the analyses presented in the paper are available via a publicly available data repository, authors should include a reference to the location of the material within their paper.

Conflict of Interest Statement

Authors will be asked to provide a conflict of interest statement during the submission process. For details on what to include in this section, see the ‘Conflict of Interest’ section in the Editorial Policies and Ethical Considerations section below. Submitting authors should ensure they liaise with all co-authors to confirm agreement with the final statement.

Wiley Author Resources

Manuscript Preparation Tips: Wiley has a range of resources for authors preparing manuscripts for submission available here. In particular, authors may benefit from referring to Wiley’s best practice tips on Writing for Search Engine Optimization.

Editing, Translation, and Formatting Support: Wiley Editing Services can greatly improve the chances of a manuscript being accepted. Offering expert help in English language editing, translation, manuscript formatting, and figure preparation, Wiley Editing Services ensures that the manuscript is ready for submission.

Article Preparation Support

Wiley Editing Services offers expert help with English Language Editing, as well as translation, manuscript formatting, figure illustration, figure formatting, and graphical abstract design – so you can submit your manuscript with confidence.

Also, check out our resources for Preparing Your Article for general guidance about writing and preparing your manuscript.       

4. EDITORIAL POLICIES AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Editorial Review and Acceptance

The acceptance criteria for all papers are the quality and originality of the research and its significance to the journal’s readership. Papers will only be sent to review if the Editor-in-Chief determines that the paper meets the appropriate quality and relevance requirements. The Journal follows a single-blind peer review model, whereby authors’ names are included on papers under review, and individual reviewers’ comments/reports are anonymized when returned to authors.

Wiley's policy on confidentiality of the review process is available here.

Conflict of Interest

The journal requires that all authors disclose any potential sources of conflict of interest. Any interest or relationship, financial or otherwise, that might be perceived as influencing an author's objectivity is considered a potential source of conflict of interest. These must be disclosed when directly relevant or directly related to the work that the authors describe in their manuscript. Potential sources of conflict of interest include, but are not limited to: patent or stock ownership, membership of a company board of directors, membership of an advisory board or committee for a company, and consultancy for or receipt of speaker's fees from a company. The existence of a conflict of interest does not preclude publication. If the authors have no conflict of interest to declare, they must also state this at submission. It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to review this policy with all authors and collectively to disclose with the submission ALL pertinent commercial and other relationships.

Funding

Authors should list all funding sources in the Acknowledgements section. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of their funder designation. If in doubt, please check the Open Funder Registry for the correct nomenclature: https://www.crossref.org/services/funder-registry/

Authorship

The list of authors should accurately illustrate who contributed to the work and how. All those listed as authors should qualify for authorship according to the following criteria:

Have made substantial contributions to conception and design, or acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data;

Been involved in drafting the manuscript or revising it critically for important intellectual content;

Given final approval of the version to be published. Each author should have participated sufficiently in the work to take public responsibility for appropriate portions of the content; and

Agreed to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved.

Contributions from anyone who does not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed, with permission from the contributor, in an Acknowledgements section (for example, to recognize contributions from people who provided technical help, collation of data, writing assistance, acquisition of funding, or a department chairperson who provided general support). Prior to submitting the article all authors should agree on the order in which their names will be listed in the manuscript.

Additional Authorship Options: Joint first or senior authorship: In the case of joint first authorship, a footnote should be added to the author listing, e.g. ‘X and Y should be considered joint first author’ or ‘X and Y should be considered joint senior author.’

Publication Ethics

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Note this journal uses iThenticate’s CrossCheck software to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts. Read the Top 10 Publishing Ethics Tips for Authors here. Wiley’s Publication Ethics Guidelines can be found at authorservices.wiley.com/ethics-guidelines/index.html.

5. AUTHOR LICENSING

If a paper is accepted for publication, the author identified as the formal corresponding author will receive an email prompting them to log in to Author Services, where via the Wiley Author Licensing Service (WALS) they will be required to complete a copyright license agreement on behalf of all authors of the paper.

Authors may choose to publish under the terms of the journal’s standard copyright agreement, or OnlineOpen under the terms of a Creative Commons License.

General information regarding licensing and copyright is available here. To review the Creative Commons License options offered under OnlineOpen, please click here. (Note that certain funders mandate a particular type of CC license be used; to check this please click here.)

Self-Archiving Definitions and Policies: Note that the journal’s standard copyright agreement allows for self-archiving of different versions of the article under specific conditions. Please click here for more detailed information about self-archiving definitions and policies.

Open Access fees: Authors who choose to publish using OnlineOpen will be charged a fee. A list of Article Publication Charges for Wiley journals is available here.

Funder Open Access: Please click here for more information on Wiley’s compliance with specific Funder Open Access Policies.

Open Access Fees: Information on the Article Publication Charge for publishing in the journal is available here.

If a paper is accepted for publication, the author identified as the formal corresponding author will receive an email prompting them to login to Author Services, where via the Wiley Author Licensing Service (WALS), they will be able to complete the license agreement on behalf of all authors on the paper.

To find out which Creative Commons Licenses are available for the journal, click here. To learn more about Creative Commons Licenses and to preview terms and conditions of the agreements, please click here. Note that certain funders mandate a particular type of CC license be used; to check this, please click here.

6. PUBLICATION PROCESS AFTER ACCEPTANCE

Accepted Article Received in Production:

When an accepted article is received by Wiley’s production team, the corresponding author will receive an email asking them to login or register with Wiley Author Services. The author will be asked to sign a publication license at this point.

Proofs:

Once the paper is typeset, the author will receive an email notification with the URL to download a PDF typeset page proof, as well as associated forms and full instructions on how to correct and return the file.

Please note that the author is responsible for all statements made in their work, including changes made during the editorial process – authors should check proofs carefully. Note that proofs should be returned within 48 hours from receipt of first proof.

Publication Charges

Colour figures: Colour figures may be published online free of charge; however, the journal charges for publishing figures in colour in print. If the author supplies colour figures, they will be sent a Colour Work Agreement once the accepted paper moves to the production process. If the Colour Work Agreement is not returned by the specified date, figures will be converted to black and white for print publication.

Early View

The journal offers rapid publication via Wiley’s Early View service. Early View (Online Version of Record) articles are published on Wiley Online Library before inclusion in an issue. Note there may be a delay after corrections are received before the article appears online, as Editors also need to review proofs. Once the article is published on Early View, no further changes to the article are possible. The Early View article is fully citable and carries an online publication date and DOI for citations.

7. POST PUBLICATION

Access and Sharing

When the article is published online:

The author receives an email alert (if requested).

The link to the published article can be shared through social media.

The author will have free access to the paper (after accepting the Terms & Conditions of use, they can view the article).

The corresponding author and co-authors can nominate up to ten colleagues to receive a publication alert and free online access to the article.

Article Promotion Support

Wiley Editing Services offers professional video, design, and writing services to create shareable video abstracts, infographics, conference posters, lay summaries, and research news stories for your research – so you can help your research get the attention it deserves.

To find out how to best promote an article, click here.

Measuring the Impact of an Article

Wiley also helps authors measure the impact of their research through specialist partnerships with Kudos and Altmetric.

8. EDITORIAL OFFICE CONTACT DETAILS

Samantha Bowring

School of Archaeology

1 South Parks Road

Oxford

OX1 3TG

United Kingdom

oja@arch.ox.ac.uk

Author Guidelines updated 13th August 2018


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