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5 J. Conflict Resol. 1 (1961)

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Editorial   Announcement


Form and Style for Submission of Manuscripts to
THE JOURNAL OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION


  In order to standardize and facilitate handling
of manuscripts, authors are asked to observe the
following procedures in submitting materials to
THE  JOURNAL  OF CONFUCT   REsOLUTION.
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not use ditto. A minimum of corrections may be
made  in dark ink, but the typesetter should not
be  expected to piece the manuscript together.
Submit  three copies of the manuscript.
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References section at the end of the article.
For example, The model  of cognitive structure
to be described is similar at various points to
other models (6, 8, 13). If only certain pages
within the reference are being cited, indicate
these within  the parentheses.  For  instance,
Huntington also takes note of alliance formation
as an alternative to the arms race (3, pp. 64-
65) . Do not cite references by means of foot-
notes; footnotes and citations should be sepa-
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References
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after the text. References should be alphabetized
and submitted in one of the following forms:
1. DEUTSCH, KARL W., et al. Political  Com-
   munity and the North Atlantic Area. Prince-
   ton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1957.
2. FESTINGER, L. An Analysis   of Compliant
   Behavior, in M. SHERIF   and M. 0. WIL-
   SON   (eds.). Group Relations at the Cross-
   roads. New  York: Harper & Bros., 1953.
3. NASH,   J. F. Noncooperative Games, An-
   nals of Mathematics, 54 (1951), 286-95.
4. World  War  III Is Up to Russia, Legion Is
   Told. Washington  Post and Times Herald,
   July 25, 1958, B-2.
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reference section, but refer to them in the cita-
tion. This journal will be referred to as The
Journal of Conflict Resolution rather than Con-
flict Resolution only, as it has been in the past.
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