Call for Abstracts for "The Journal of Astrosociology"
Prof. Michael Dodge, Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Astrosociology and The Astrosociology Research Institute proudly announces the call for manuscripts for The Journal of Astrosociology (http://www.astrosociology.org/joa.html). The Journal of Astrosociology is the first peer-reviewed, academic journal dedicated to the study of the two-way relationship between human society and the outer space environment. The journal seeks to promote research into astrosocial phenomena (i.e., social, cultural, and behavioral patterns related to outer space). The journal will publish inter- and multi-disciplinary research, as well as essays that fall into the sphere of astrosociology. The journal will also accept book and other media reviews that relate to astrosociological topics. The deadline for manuscripts is September 30. 2018.
For the comprehensive list of suggested topics, visit: http://www.astrosociology.org/library/pdf/journal/JOA-Suggested-Author-Topics.pdf.
If interested in submitting a manuscript, please first review the Author Submission Guidelines, which can be found here: http://www.astrosociology.org/library/pdf/journal/JOA-Author-Guidelines.pdf.
Transmit your manuscript to Michael Dodge, the Editor-in-Chief, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please feel free to email the Editor-in-with any questions or comments at email@example.com.
Download the Call for Abstracts PDF here.