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Publication Policy

Article 1 (Purpose) 

This policy is aimed at setting the publication rules for the Journal of Dance Society for Documentation and History, published by the Society of Dance Documentation and History (hereafter referred to as ’the society’).


Article 2 (Annual Number of Issues and Publication Dates)

The Journal is published every quarter on principle (March, 31st, June 31st, September 30th, December 31st). The submission deadlines are January 31st for the March publication, April 30th for the June publication, July 31st for the September publication, and October 31st for the December publication.


Article 3 (Paper Content and Type)

1. Content: A submitted paper should be about dance studies and related disciplines and should be of original and unpublished work. It should not be submitted or published on other journals until a decision made by the editorial board on publication acceptance.
2. Type: The society publishes papers that review and shed meaningful insights and in-depth analysis on theoretical and practical research papers home and abroad and the literature of dance documentation and history.  


Article 4 (Eligibility)

Only the society members are eligible to publish their work on principle, however exceptions can be made for contributing papers.


Article 5 (Submission Procedure)

1. Submission Method: If you wish to publish your paper, please submit it to the Journal’s editorial board via email. You should confirm the receipt of the paper by e-mailing or calling the below number if the board did not respond to your email. (E-mail : ds_dh2@daum.net, Tel : Managing editor So-yeon Kim 010-4568-9369)
2. Paper Submission: You should follow the paper submission guidelines and tips stipulated in Article 6. If your paper does not adhere to these guidelines, it may not be considered for submission. Before submission, you should thoroughly review the paper for grammar, style, format, sentences, bibliography and spelling.
3. Process: Once a paper is submitted, it cannot be returned.
4. Paper Length: A paper should be 20 A4 pages long including footnotes, tables and figures (10 pt for the main body, 9 pt for footnotes and citations, New Times Roman typeface, 160% line spacing on Microsoft Word). An abstract should be 5 A4 pages long and historical records should be separately notified to the editorial board.
5. Co-author Classification: If a paper is written by more than one author, they should be classified as lead author, corresponding author and co-author in accordance with their level of contribution. The corresponding author should be held accountable throughout the publication process and is expected to revise the paper after it is returned for correction. People who agree to take full or part responsibility of the content or findings of the paper after conducting the research or making real contribution to writing the paper can be listed as authors. in other words, people who simply obtained research grants, collected data and managed research administration cannot be listed as authors. It is recommended that research supervisors be listed as second authors or corresponding authors.
6. Reporting the Overlap of Paper: If a submitted paper is the summary or part of a thesis, or the revision of a conference paper, this needs to be noted in the application.
7. Application fee: The application fee of 60,000 won should be deposited to the account designated by the society. If a paper is returned for correction after being assessed by three referees, an additional fee of 30,000 won needs to be paid for resubmission. When the applicant does not wish to revise and resubmit the paper, the paper will no longer be considered for publication.
8. Compliance to Research Ethics: An applicant should comply with the society’s code of research ethics and must submit the research ethics application form.
9. Digital Copyright Transfer Form: When a paper gets published, the applicant must submit a signed digital copyright transfer form by FAX or mail or via email (scanned copy of the signed form).


Article 6 (Writing Guidelines)

1. Writing Style: Papers can be written in Korean and English. Korean texts should follow a separate writing style whereas English texts should follow the APA (American Psychological Association) style. Papers written in other languages than English or Korean should follow the Korean writing style.
2. Paper Format and Structure: Please, refer to separate writing guidelines for “The Journal of Dance Documentation.”
3. Restraints on the Use of Chinese Characters and Foreign Language: Applicants are encouraged to avoid using Chinese characters or foreign languages, except when needed.


Article 7 (Assessment and Acceptance Criteria)

1. Editorial Board meeting and Assessment: Within two weeks after the submission deadline, the editor-in-chief and editors covene the first editorial board meeting. The board invites three experts per paper as referees, except for those who have mentored applicants, and decides whether to publish historical data and records along with a paper.
2. Anonymity of Referees: For fair assessment, referees meet behind closed doors and are given papers whose content that can give away the identity of authors is delected while authors get anonymous assessment reports.
3. Paper Assessment: Referees can request an author for correction or revision when the paper is deemed inadequate, and the editorial board can modify and adjust the format and structure of a paper in accordance with the Journal’s writing guidelines.
4. Assessment Result: The editor-in-chief convenes the second editorial board meeting within two weeks after the assessment. The board announces the result of the assessment after reading the three referees’ assessment reports. The following are the criteria for assessment results.


Referee A

Referee B

Referee C

Result

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Assess after revision

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Assess after revision

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Assess after revision

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Assess after revision

Not Publish

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Publish

Publish after Revision

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Publish after Revision

Assess after revisio

Not Publish

Assess after revision

Not Publish

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Publish after Revision

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Assess after revision

Not Publish

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Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Assess after revision

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Publish after Revision

Assess after revision

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Assess after revision

Not Publish

Not Publish


5. Result Notification: The board notifies authors of the assessment results. 
1) Publish: A paper can be published without revision.
2) Publish after Revision: A paper should be revised according to the board’s correction instructions after which the board confirms the revision for publication. If the author does not revise nor respond to the board’s instructions, the paper will no longer be considered for publication.
3) Assess after revision: The board decides to reassess a paper. The paper needs to be revised and supplemented before reassessment. In line with the reassessment result, the paper can be published. However, if the reassessment result is again ‘Assess after Revision’, it can no longer be considered for publication.
4) Not Publish: A paper is not suitable to be published on the Journal.


Article 8 (Publication Fee)

1. Basic Fee: An author whose paper is published on the Journal needs to wire 250,000 won to the account numbers designated by the Society.
2. Additional Fee: If a paper is longer than 20 A4 pages, the author needs to pay 20,000 won for an additional page.
3. Papers with resarch grants: If a paper is written with a research grant and needs to acknolwedge the source of the research grant, the author needs to pay an additional fee of 100,000 won.
4. If a publication fee is not paid, the paper will not be published.


Article 9 (Author’s Responsibility and Receiving Copies of Printed Journals)

1. Deadlines Adherence: When a paper is confirmed for publication, the author should submit the manuscript before the deadline. If there is a revision to be made, the author should adhere to the referees’ correction instructions and submit a revision checklist with the final manuscript.
2. Useful Tips and Required Documents: An author should follow the Journal’s writing guidelines and submit the manuscript accordingly. He/she needs to sign and submit a research ethics application form and a digital copyright transfer form together with the manuscript. Failure to do so would result in the paper being denied publication.
3. Record-keeping Responsibility: In case off research ethics violations, the raw data and citations of published papers must be archived for a minimum three years.
4. Receiving copies of Printed Journals: Authors will be given two copies of printed journals and ten pull-out copies of their papers. If they wish to have more copies, they can make a request to the society at additional costs.


Article 10 (Additional Provisions)

This policy relaces the previous policy which came into effect on October 1st, 2001, taking effect on May 1st, 2014.