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Instructions to Authors

The society publishes the quarterly journal, Studies in Modern Grammar. In the publication of articles, preference will be given to manuscripts submitted by members, but non-members are welcome to submit manuscripts for contribution as well.Manuscripts for publication and correspondence concerning editorial matters should be e-mailed to the editor(kyocheon@andong.ac.kr) or secretary general(locamed@gmail.com)


Submission Guidelines

Form :
Manuscripts should be typed double-spaced throughout in a 12 point font, with no less than 2 inch margins on all four sides.

Abstract :
The manuscript submitted for the journal should be accompanied by an abstract of about 100 words, summarizing the major content of the article, and 4-6 key words that would lead on-line searchers to the article. The abstract should be typed between the name of the author (affiliation) and the main body of the article.

Citations :
Brief citations should take such forms as "..., as shown in Hornstein (2000)" or "According to Chomsky (1995:261)."

Footnotes :
All footnotes should be typed on the same sheet with the text.

References :
Full citation of literature referred to should be given in a bibliography at the end of the article with the heading References, and arranged alphabetically by surnames of authors. The format should be consistent with the following examples.

Chomsky, N. 1995. The Minimalist Program. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
Lasnik, H. 1995. Case and Expletives Revisited: On Greed and Other Human Failings. Linguistic Inquiry 26-4, 615-633.
Hong, Kildong (ed). 1999. A Minimalist Approach to Syntax. Seoul: Hankuk Publishers.
Higgibothan, J. 1992. Reference and Control. Larson, R. and S. Iatridou (eds). Control and Grammar, 79-108. London: Academic Press.


The editors request that manuscripts be limited to 50 manuscript pages. This page guideline include footnotes and references.
It is the policy of the Society of Modern Grammar to own the copyright to the contributions it publishes.