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The Information Society (TIS) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed journal that provides a forum for thoughtful commentary and discussion of the ramifications, policies, system concepts, methodologies related to information technologies and changes in society and culture. The journal seeks to be meaningful to scholars and policymakers in government, education, and industry.
TIS articles are typically 8,000-10,000 words long, and are written vividly with coherent analyses and minimal jargon. TIS also publishes shorter "position statements" ("Perspectives") of about 4,000 words and debates in the "The Forum" section.
You can contact the Editor-in-Chief Harmeet Sawhney to discuss your
ideas for possible articles or special issues of the journal.
Your article will be previewed in the editorial office for its quality and suitability for publication in The Information Society (TIS). If your article appears to be a work that our readers would be eager to read, it will be sent to an Associate Editor who will then manage the review process for it.
Taylor & Francis will do everything possible to ensure prompt
publication. Therefore, it is required that each submitted manuscript
be in complete form. Please take the time to check all references,
figures, tables, and text for errors before submission.
Manuscripts will be accepted with the understanding that their
content is unpublished and not being submitted for publication elsewhere.
All parts of the manuscript, including the title page, abstract,
tables, and legends, should be double-spaced. Allow margins of at least 1 in. (3
cm) on all sides of the typed pages. Number manuscript pages consecutively
throughout the paper.
All references should be listed alphabetically at the end of every
paper. In the text, references should be cited by author's last
name, year of publication, and page in parentheses.
Buchanan, Thomas. 1985. Commitment and Leisure Behavior:
A Theoretical Perspective. Leisure Sciences 7(4):401-420.
Kelly, John R. 1982. Leisure. Englewood
Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Multiple authors and editors examples:
Jeong, K. and J. King. 1997. Korea’s national
information infrastructure: Vision and issues. In National Information
Infrastructure Initiatives, eds. B. Kahin and E. Wilson, III,
pp. 112-149. The MIT Press.
Sudweeks, F., M. McLaughlin, and S. Rafaeli, eds.
1997. Network and netplay: Virtual groups on the Internet.
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Please refer to the TIS
Reference Guide for additional examples.
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Tables and Figures
Tables and figures should not be embedded in the text, but should
be included at the end of the paper after the references section. All tables and figures
must be discussed or mentioned in the text and numbered in order
of mention. A short descriptive title should appear above each table
with a clear legend, and any footnotes suitably identified below.
All units must be included. Every table should be fully understandable
even without reference to the text. Figures should be completely
labeled, taking into account necessary size reduction.
Permission to Reprint
If any figure, table, or more than a few lines of text from previously published material are included in a manuscript the author must obtain written permission for republication from the copyright holder and forward a copy to the editorial office.
Transfer of Copyright Agreement
Under the copyright law, the transfer of copyright from author to publisher must be explicitly stated to enable the publisher to ensure maximum dissemination of the author's work. You will need to electronically complete the copyright form in the publisher's production management system.
All proofs must be corrected and returned to the publisher within 48 hours of receipt. If the manuscript is not returned within the allotted time, the editor will proofread the article and it will be printed per his instruction. Only correction of typographical errors is permitted. The author will be charged for additional alterations to text at the proof stage.