Guidelines For Manuscript

Style and language:
EAR can only accept manuscripts written in English (UK only). Articles may vary between ten and twenty –five pages (300 words/page).
Text Formatting:
Article texts should be submitted in .doc or .rtf format; Century Schoolbook font, 11 point font size(9 point font size for endnotes).
Title Page:
For the blind reviewing process, authors should include their name, affiliation, and contact information in a separate document.
Information about Authors:
Authors should also submit a 5 line bio blurb on their research interests and most relevant publications. This description should be included in the document with name, affiliation and contact information.
Abstract and Key Words:
All articles must be accompanied by a 200 -250 word abstract; 5-10 key words should be written immediately after the abstract.
Citations and List of References:
References should follow the AUTHOR-DATE SYSTEM of the CHICAGO MANUAL OF STYLE, the 16th edition (see the Quick Guide).
Endnotes:
Notes should be numbered consecutively and placed at the end of the text (endnotes), not as footnotes. They should only be used to provide further information about a particular idea. Endnotes cannot be substituted for the Reference List.
Acknowledgments:
Acknowledgments of funding should be placed before the reference list. The names of funding organizations should be written in full.