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Editorial Rules for English Edition of Language Facts and Perspectives

(Editorial Committee · Review · Contribution · Publication Regulation)

 

 

Chapter 1 General

 

Article 1 Title

This title of this regulation is called the ‘Editorial Rules for English Edition of Language Facts and Perspectives.

 

Article 2 Purpose

This regulation intended to stipulate detailed rules and standards relating to the establishment and management of Editorial Committee, thesis examination, and thesis contribution concerning overall operations related with the publication, management, and operation of the journal, Language Facts and Perspectives.

 

 

Chapter 2 Editorial Committee Regulation

 

Article 3 Title

This committee is titled the Editorial Committee of the Institute of Language and Information Studies, Yonsei University.

 

Article 4 Basis of Establishment

This committee is established in accordance with Article 6.22 of the Regulations of the Institute of Language and Information Studies, Yonsei University.

 

Article 5 Organization

1. Editorial Committee comprises the following members.

1) Chief Editor: 1 appointed person

2) Editors: 10 or more domestic editorial directors, 2 or more foreign editorial directors

2. The Chief Editor is appointed by the head of the Institute of Language and Information Studies, Yonsei University among editors.

3. Editors are designated and appointed according to following rules.

1) Editors are designated by Chief Editor among experts qualified for full-time college professor or higher position who have made noticeable research achievements for or are engaged in extensive research activities regarding language studies such as Korean linguistics, language and information, and language education.

2) The selection of editors shall cover a broad spectrum of fields in order to examine contributed theses by specialty.

3) The ratio between domestic and foreign editors can be adjusted.

4. Editors are appointed by the chair through the designation by Chief Editor.

 

Article 6 Tenure

The tenure of Chief Editor and editors is 2 years, which can be extended by reappointment.

 

Article 7 Function

1. Editorial Committee determines the system, contents, number of publications, and volume of the Language Facts and Perspectives, the organ of the Institute of Language and Information Studies, Yonsei University and also determines the Thesis Contribution Regulations and Examination Standards.

2. Editorial Committee shall select examiners for the theses received at the institute and request for examination and refer to the examination results to make final selection of theses to insert in the organ.

 

Article 8 Editorial Conference

1. Chief Editor shall convene editorial conference regularly based on the publication date for Language Facts and Perspectives in order to appoint examiners for the examination of contributed theses and select theses to insert in the organ.

2. Editorial conference is convened by Chief Editor and assembled by the presence of a majority of editors. Resolution is made by a majority vote of attending editors.

3. Editorial conference can be substituted by e-mail for editors outside the country.

 

Article 9 Effectuation of Resolution

All resolutions of the committee excluding thesis examination results are effectuated through the ratification of the head of the Institute of Language and Information Studies.

 

 

Chapter 3 Thesis Examination Regulations

 

Article 10 Purpose

This regulation intended to stipulate overall matters related with the examination of the thesis contributed to Language Facts and Perspectives, the organ of the Institute of Language and Information Studies, Yonsei University.

 

Article 11 Reception of Thesis

1. Thesis in Korean will not be accepted after April 1 or October 1 which is 2 months before the estimated date of publication. (Estimated date of publication: May 31, November 30)

2. Thesis in English will not be accepted after December 30 which is 2 months before the estimated date of publication. (Estimated date of publication: February 28) 

3. The Chief Editor shall notify the author that the contributed thesis is received immediately after its arrival. However, the thesis in breach of the contribution regulations or the preparation guide can be rejected and returned.

 

Article 12 Subject of Examination

1. All contributed theses except special contribution are examined.

2. The special contribution is excluded from examination in principle for it was prepared upon the request of the committee. However, if the necessity for the examination arises, the special contribution can be also put under examination through the resolution of this committee.

 

Article 13 Designation of Examiner

1. Editorial Committee categories the thesis into subspecialties and designates 3 or more examiners among full-time professors or equally qualified specialists of the corresponding fields.

2. To increase the eligibility in the selection of examiners, 5 or more candidates are selected and 3 examiners are selected with the majority consent of Review Committee members.

 

Article 14 Request for Examination

1. Editorial Committee sends the contributed thesis in which the personal information of the contributor is deleted and related documents such as the examination form with the examination request. Examination request shall be made within 15 days after the deadline for contribution.

2. If 2 or more theses are contributed within the same research field, an examiner may examine 2 or more theses.

 

Article 15 Examination and Scores

1. The examiner shall score the thesis based on the preset criteria for each examination subject indicated in the Thesis Examination Report and record the score in the examination report.

2. Record ‘Confirmed for Publication’ if the total score is 80 out of 100, ‘Publish after Revision’ if the total score is 70 ~ 79, ‘Reexamine after Revision’ if the score is 60 ~ 69, and ‘Unsuitable’ if the score is less than 60.

3. The examiner shall clearly describe the basis for judgment. Particularly when the judgment is ‘Publish after Revision’, ‘Reexamine after Revision’, or ‘Unsuitable’, the examiner shall specifically indicate the details of revision or the reason for rejection.

4. <Annex Table 1> shows the examination subjects and the evaluation criteria.

 

Article 16 Examination Standards

1. Appropriateness of Purpose: The research motive or purpose shall be useful and proper in comparison to the latest research trends.

2. Originality of Contents: The contents of the thesis shall be original and have not been presented or published previously in other academic journals.

3. Appropriateness of Methods: The methods applied to propose the problem, design of research, and analysis of outcomes must be based on the latest theory and shall be appropriate for the research topic.

4. Appropriateness of Thesis System and Development Method: The thesis shall have the structure and system commonly used byLanguage Facts and Perspectives and shall develop the argument in a logical fashion.

5. Usefulness of Research Results: Research results shall be able to lead and develop Language Facts and Perspectives.

 

Article 17 Examination and Submission of Results

1. The examiner shall send the examination result to the committee with 10 days after receiving the request for the initial examination and 15 days, for reexamination.

2. The examiner shall record the examination result for the contributed thesis in detail in the thesis exmaination report form, affix signature and seal, and send it to the Chief Editor. Here, the original draft of the contributed thesis indicating the suggestions for revision shall be also sent to the Chief Editor.

 

Article 18 Publication Decision

1. Chief Editor convenes editorial conference to confirm the examination results and judge the grade of the thesis among 4 grades; ‘Confirmed for Publication’, ‘Publish after Revision’, ‘Reexamine after Revision’, and ‘Unsuitable.’ If the examination results show 1 or more ‘Unsuitable’ grades or 3 ‘Reexamine after Revision’ grades, the thesis can be given the grade of ‘Unsuitable.’

2. For reexamination, send the revision or the counterargument provided by the author and the thesis for reexamination to the initial examiner.

 

Article 19 Notification of Examination Results

1. If the thesis is graded ‘Publish after Revision’, the author shall be immediately notified to correct, supplement, and resubmit the thesis within 10 days after the notification.

2. If the thesis is graded ‘Reexamine after Revision’, the author shall be immediately notified to correct, supplement, and resubmit the thesis within 10 days after the notification, and the corrected thesis with the confirmation of the revision or the supplementation including the details of the revision or counterargument by the author shall be sent to the examiner to request for reexamination.

3. If the thesis is graded ‘Unsuitable’, explain the reason to the author and return the publication fee he or she paid. However, if the contributor requests for reexamination by explaining the reason within 1 week, the Editorial Committee shall review the letter of objection and determine whether the thesis shall be reexamined.

 

Article 20 Publication Regulations

1. After the publication is confirmed, the thesis examination date and the publication confirmation date shall be indicated at the end of each thesis.

2. The digital information right for the theses published in this journal belongs to this journal.

3. The manuscripts of the same author are not published consecutively more than twice.

4. If the length of the finished manuscript is greater than the number of pages estimated for publication, the thesis of less published author and that of the author who has not published in recent editions shall be published primarily.

5. If the publication of a thesis is reserved due to the length, the thesis will be given a higher priority for the next edition.

6. If the thesis graded ‘Confirmed for Publication’ or published is found to have been published in another journal or plagiarized, the publication will be cancelled following the resolution of the editorial conference and it will be returned to the disciplinary action.

7. Editorial Committee may suggest the contributor to correct or revise the manuscript, and the revision of the manuscript graded ‘Confirmed for Publication’ shall be made under the responsibility of the author.

8. Contributed thesis is not returned whether or not it is published.

9. The certificate of publication is issued only after the Editorial Committee determines the grade of the thesis as ‘Confirmed for Publication.’

10. The author of the published thesis is given 1 copy of the journal and 10 offprints.

11. A fixed amount of manuscript fee is given to the author of the special contribution and book review for they were provided upon the Editorial Committee’s request.

 

Article 21 Confidentiality

Any information related with thesis examination will not be disclosed to the third party.

 

 

Chapter 4 Contribution Regulations

 

Article 22 Eligibility of Contributor

Anyone who is engaged in the study of language facts and perspectives or related areas with the master’s degree or higher degree may contribute to this journal.

 

Article 23 Contents of Thesis

Contents of thesis shall be related with the language facts and perspectives based on Korean linguistics, Korean language education, computer linguistics, lexical linguistics, applied linguistics, and so forth and satisfy the Examination Standards in Chapter 3.

 

Article 24 Submission of Manuscript

1. The thesis to contribute shall be prepared in the form of a computer file (Microsoft Word) and submitted through e-mail (languagefnp@hanmail.net).

2. The length of the manuscript shall not exceed 25 pages of the journal.

3. The Korean abstract must be attached (20 lines or so after editing). 5 keywords or so must be also attached in both Korean and English.

4. Article 25 Thesis Edit Form must be observed when preparing thesis for submission.

 

Article 25 Thesis Edit Form

1. The thesis shall be prepared with ‘Microsoft Word’

2. The thesis shall be written in English. Transcription of Korean data shall refer to Yale Romanization System.

4. The format of the manuscript is as follows;

1) Paper: A5 (Width 14.8cm, Length 21cm)

2) Margins: Top 1.95cm, Bottom 1.1cm, Left 1.95cm, Right 1.95cm

3) Layout: Header / Footer 1cm

4) Font: Times New Roman

5) Thesis System: Title (Subtitle) – Author’s Name – Text – Reference – Abstract - Keywords – Author’s Information

6) Thesis Title: 15point (bold), center-aligned, and two lines placed under. If the thesis has the subtitle, it shall be written in 12point.

7) Author’s Name

  The author’s name shall be written in 11point(bold) left-justified, and the author’s institute shall be written inside brackets beside the name. Place two lines between the author’s name and the text.

  If there are 2 or more authors, indicate the names of all authors, however, by the order of lead author and coauthor.

8) Text

  Font: Times New Roman 10.5pint, ‘1 Letter’ for if the text has indentation, and ‘None’ if not. The line-height shall be fixed to 14.5pt. The titles shall be organized in the manner of 1. 2. 3. (Main Title); 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. (Title); 1) 2) 3) (Subtitle); (Subtitle); ) ) (Subtitle), in respective order.

  The main title of the text shall be written in 11.5point (bold) and indented. Place a line before and after the main title and text or title.

  The title of the text shall be written in 10point (bold)and indented. Place a line before and after the title and subtitle or text. The subtitle of the text shall be written in 10point (bold) and indented. Place a line before the subtitle but not between subtitle and text.

9) Other Rules for Text

  To quote a book or a thesis in the text, use the name of the author and the published year in the form of ‘Friedman (1976)’ instead of the name of the book or thesis. The page number must be indicated for the quotation, and if 2 or more pages were quoted, indicate them in the manner of Friedman (1989:121-123). If the quoted thesis was written by two or more authors, indicate them in the manner of ‘Friedman et al. (2000)’ or ‘Bouchard and Dubuisson (1995).’ To quote the thesis of the author who presented two or more theses in a year, indicate it in the manner of ‘Friedman (1976a), Friedman (1976b)’, and the same shall apply to the reference.

  If the publication year changes after published theses are compiled into a book afterwards or due to second printing following the initial printing, indicate all publication years in the manner of ‘Fischer (1937/1983).’

  The number for the main list shall be indicated in the manner of (1), (2), and sublist, a, b, c, and the size shall be 10.5point by giving 1.5cm for the left margin and 1.5cm, the right margin. Place a line before and after example.

  The title of a table or a figure shall be 10.5point, center-aligned by giving 1.5cm for the left margin and 1.5cm, the right margin, and the size of the letters inside table shall be 9 point.

10) Footnote of Text: 8.5point, fixed line-height, 12pt, left margin: 2, and outdent: 2.

11) Reference

  The title of the reference shall be 12point (bold), left justified.

  The text of the reference shall be 9point, line-height shall be fixed to 12pt, and outdent shall be 3 letters.

  For thesis and book, indicate Eastern materials and Western materials separately. Indicate Eastern books and theses distinctively as in the example below, and Western books shall be indicated in italic font. For books, indicate the number of pages that were referred to in the thesis, and for thesis, the number of pages of its collection must be indicated. The following must be indicated for the thesis and book.

[Thesis] Author (Year). “Title”, Name of Journal(Name of Academic Society) Volume. Page Number.

[Book] Author (Year), Name of Book, Publisher.

  The volume of the collection of the theses shall be indicated in the form of ‘Language Facts and Perspectives 1-1’ or Language Facts and Perspectives Ed. 1 Vol. 1.’

  The author or the writer of the reference shall be listed in the order of Asian (including Korean, Chinese, and Japanese) and Westerner; Asian in Korean alphabetic order and Westerner, in alphabetic order. For thesis by Japanese or Chinese author, indicate the author’s name in Korean and list it in Korean alphabetic order by the author’s name the same manner the Korean literatures are listed. The author’s name can be indicated in Korean using the local pronunciation or the Korean pronunciation of the Chinese character. However, the name of Japanese or Chinese journal or book must be written in the original language without converting it into Korean.

12) Abstract: Korean abstract must be attached to English thesis.

  The font for Korean abstract shall be Human Ming, size shall be 8.5point, line-height shall be fixed to 12pt, the left margin shall be 0.5cm, and right margin shall be 0.5m.

  The title within the abstract shall be written in Human Ming 11point (bold), center justified, and the author’s name shall be written in Human Ming 8.5point (bold). The name of the author’s institute shall be written in Human Ming 8.5point under the author’s name. Place two lines between the author’s name and the abstract.

13) Keywords shall be written in both Korean and English in Human Ming 8.5point, fixed line-height, 12pt, following the abstract.

 


 

13) Author Information: Indicate the author’s information at the very bottom of the thesis. (The mobile number is not presented to protect personal information.)

 

Jae-min Song

Department of Korean Literature and Linguistics

Yonsei University

50 Yonsei-ro, Seodaemun-gu

Seoul 120-749, Korea

E-mail: jsong@yonsei.ac.kr

 

 

 

 

<Example>

Hockett, Charles F. (1958). A Course in Modern Linguistics. New York: Macmillan.

Spencer, A. (1991). Morphological Theory. Basil Blackwell.

Heo, Woong. (1995). 20c Wulimal Hyengthaylon. Seoul: Saym mwunhwasa.

Jeon, Myeong-Mi & Choi, Dong-Ju. (2007). A Study on the Word-Formation of New Words in Modern Korean. Hanmincokemwunhak 50. pp. 37-70.

 

 

5. For other details, refer to the latest edition of Language Facts and Perspectives.

 

 

Chapter 5 Ethics Regulation Execution Guideline

 

Article 16 Research Ethics Pledge

The author who wishes to contribute toLanguage Facts and Perspectives must sign and submit the research ethics pledge when applying for the publication of thesis.

 


Article 17 Report of Ethics Regulations Violation

If the contributor’s violation of the ethics regulations is perceived or if clear violation of the ethics regulations is revealed, the case of violation can be reported to the Ethics Committee.

 

Article 18 Judgment of Ethics Regulations Violation

1. For thesis against which the violation of ethics regulations is suspected during the examination, the Editorial Committee shall examine whether or not the thesis violates the regulations, and if the violation is true, the committee may propose appropriate sanctions to the chair.

2. If the thesis that has already been published by this institute is suspected of the violation of ethics regulations, the Research Ethics Committee shall examine the case separately.

 

Article 19 Organization of Ethics Committee

Ethics Committee comprises 5 or more professors, and committee members are appointed through the recommendation of the Ethics Committee of the Institute of Language and Information Studies, Yonsei University.

 

Article 20 Duties of Ethics Committee&