Call for themes or topics

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP ISSN 2040-0837) is the only peer-reviewed academic dual language journal for social scientific, humanities and comparative studies of China in the world, published biannually in June and December in print and electronic versions from 2015 by the Global China Press.

JCCP is inviting thematic proposals for whole issues of JCCP organized around a common theme or topic. If accepted, the proposers of successful proposals for theme-based issues are invited to act as Guest Editors of the Journal. Note that each contribution to a specially edited themed issue will have to pass the normal reviewing process. Click HERE for Guidance for contributors.

JCCP encourages contributors to put the material about China into comparative perspective in JCCP as much as they can. JCCP will not be simply about China - there are already several excellent China journals. It will be about looking at China from a comparative viewpoint as a player in broader patterns of development, ideas, movements, networks, and systems. Comparison includes taking China as a case study of a generally applicable theory, or drawing analytic conclusions from comparative data about China and some other country or context. The comparison may be regional or global, historical or contemporary, and it may involve a comparison of perceptions, China's perceptions of others and others' perceptions of China in the context of China's encounter with the outside world in the political, economic, military, and cultural sense. Click HERE for more info about JCCP. 

The coverage of China in comparative perspective is very broad. The list of themes has been developing based on the core course of the MSc China in Comparative Perspective and related work at LSE by Professor Stephan Feuchtwang in 2006. We also collect some related publications for your reference. See below:

  1. Examples of topics and themes
  2. Selected related publications

The proposal should include the followings:

  • a theme or topic
  • significance of the theme (explain why a new theme or topic needs to be added in the existing list);
  • whether or not it is based on a research project. If so give details; 
  • whether or not it relates to a conference or forum. If so give details; 
  • are there any funds available? If so give a detailed budget for producing one or two issues.
  • word limit of the proposal: about 1,000 words
  • proposer's CV

Deadline: 30 June every year

All theme proposals should be sent electronically to journal@ccpn-global.org.

征集主题或论题

     《中国比较研究》(刊号 ISSN 2040-0837)是世界上唯一的用社会科学、人文科学和比较视野研究中国的匿名评审的和双语元素的学术期刊, 于2015年起每年六月和十二月由全球中国出版社出版。  

     《中国比较研究》诚邀提交专题讨论的建议书。如建议被接纳,提议者会被邀请为本刊的客座编辑。请注意,即使是专题讨论,每篇论文仍将纳入常规评审程序。点击此处了解详情。

     《中国比较研究》鼓励所有文章都经可能与中国比较研究相关,它不仅只是有关中国——业内已有数份有关中国研究的优秀期刊。本刊旨在从比较视野 观察中国,及其于更广范围内之发展、 理念、运动、关系和制度。比较研究包括以中国为专题案例,适用于一般性的应用理论,或从有关中国及他国或范畴之比较数据得出分析性结论。该比较可区域、可全球,可历史、可当代,亦可为视角性的比较——中国对他者之观察及中国在政治、经济、军事、文化领域与外界接触时,他者对中国之观察。点击此处了解详情。

      中国比较研究是对中国研究的一种独特视角,覆盖的领域比较广泛。我们提供的相关论题是基于王斯福教授于2006年在伦敦经济学院创办的中国比较研究硕士学位的核心课程的20个论题基础上的发展起来的,加之我们收集的相关出版物的题目等,供您参考。

建议书应包括以下内容:

  •     一个主题或论题
  •     主题意义(解释为什么在现有的主题中需要增加一个新的主题或论题)
  •     该主题是否基于一个研究项目。如果是的话,请详细说明
  •     该主题是否与一个会议或论坛有关。如果是的,话请详细说明
  •     是否有经费运作该主题的期刊?如果有的话,请提供详细预算
  •     该提案的字数限制:约1000字
  •     建议书提交者的简历

截止日期:2016年6月30日

所有主题建议应以电子方式发送到 journal@ccpn-global.org

 

 

 

 

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