Fifth Estate Online
Fifth Estate Online welcomes academic papers that match the aims and objectives of the journal as described on the About FEO page. Contributions must not have been previously published nor should they be in the process of being submitted for publication elsewhere. Two independent referees are chosen to review each academic paper.
Contributions should be written in clear, accessible and lively academic style. They should be an original contribution to their subject scholarship, compellingly argued and provide a coherently structured and methodologically rigorous analytical narrative.
Presentation and Style
Length of papers is normally between 6000-8000 words. Referencing system used is Harvard. Abstracts are required (maximum 150 words) with keywords underneath. All submissions should be in Word Document format.
Texts should be justified using single spacing. Large quotations should be separated and indented. All quotations must use single quotation marks (double for quotations within quotations). Endnotes and footnotes are not accepted. Bibliography should be extensive.
The bibliography should adhere to the following style:
Theobald, J. (2004) The Media and the Making of History, Ashgate: Aldershot.
For Edited Books:
Hardt, H. (1996) ‘British cultural studies and the return of the “critical” in American mass communications research: accommodation or radical change?’ in D. Morley and K-H Chen (eds) Stuart Hall: Critical Dialogues in Cultural Studies, Routledge: London, pp. 102-111.
Pan, Z., and G. M. Kosicki (1993) ‘Framing Analysis: An approach to news discourse’ in Political Communication, 10, 55-75.
Submissions should be sent as attachments to: email@example.com
Publication is subject to the approval of the editors.