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Drama Research Author Guidelines

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General Author Guidelines

Drama Research: international journal of drama in education Drama Research welcomes articles presented in a conventional format appropriate for a traditional print-based publication but also actively encourages authors to take advantage of the exciting and innovative opportunities afforded them by publishing their work through the medium of a website. The web medium has the potential to provide

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Submitting a Proposal

The Submission Process Drama Research is interested in original articles that focus on drama education, theatre in education, children’s theatre, teacher education in drama and other related fields. It is expected that articles published in the journal will have a research or scholarly focus and will be written in standard English with full regard for the

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Referencing Guidelines

Please use the Harvard system of referencing for all submissions to DR. [The editors acknowledge the support of Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln and Internet Archaeology in the compilation of these guidance notes.]

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Sending your finished article

You can submit your text and other files to Drama Research in a number of ways: By flash drive: This can be sent via surface mail. We will acknowledge the receipt of all drives and will return them if requested. It is your responsibility to notify us of dispatch. Our address is: National Drama Publications76 Kimberley AvenueNunheadPeckhamLondonSE15

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Write for us

Contribute to our publications National Drama has two regular publications, and we welcome submissions to them both.Please read on to help you decide which publication is better suited to you. Authors and peer reviewers are requested to read the Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement  before engaging with any part of the publication process for either National

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