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Articles based on original research, review articles, short communications, and commentary (on articles which have appeared in this Journal) from any field of Anthropology, Ethnonology or Archaeology may be published in the Journal. Besides English, articles can be written in any of the official South African languages, provided they can be evaluated by the editorial stall and referees and that a substantial abstract in English is provided.
The original typed manuscript, to clear paper copies, as well as a Microsoft word compatible electronic copy must be sent to the Editor and will be submitted to at least two referees for evaluation. Manuscripts may be returned to authors for revision, or if style or presentation do not comply with the standards of the Journal. Copyright of published material vests in Anthropology Southern Africa. Authors assume full responsibility for the factual correctness of their contributions. Authors are also responsible for the accuracy of language, grammar; syntax etc of their contributions and must be prepared to have the language editing of their contributions done independently if necessary. Papers are submitted to Anthropology Southern Africa should not have been accepted for publication or published elsewhere. Opinions expressed are those of the authors themselves and are not necessarily endorsed by the Editors or Anthropology Southern Africa.
All manuscripts must be typed or printed, on one side only of A4 paper, with at least 1.5 line spacing in not smaller than 12-point typeface, a margin of 30mm on the left, anf eith extra space above the sub-headings.
· Title of the contribution. titles must not be longer than 15 words, and must contain sufficient information for use in title lists or for coding for purposes of storing or retrieving information
· The author's/authors' surnames(s) and initials
· The name and complete postal address of the university/institution
· English abstract (with a translation if the articles is not written in English)
· Current e-mail and complete postal address of the first author if this differs from the first address.
Abstracts and key words: An abstract (length approx. 150 words) must reflect the contents of the text faithfully and concisely, and be suitable for separate publication and indexing. Abstracts of short communications must be limited to one or two sentences. each contribution must include 6 to 8 key words.
Text: Pages must be numbered sequentially. headings should not be numbered or underlined, but main headings and secondary headings must be distinguished from each other, eg by case, bold, font, etc. Items to be italicised including all words in a language other than that in which the article is written, must be underlined in the manuscript. contributions should contain the following: objective, problem statement, method and duration of research, structure, findings and interpretation of findings (conclusion), expect where the nature of a contribution does not lend itself to such a prescriptive structure (eg contributions to a discourse).
Notes must be numbered sequentially and should appear at the end of the article, under the heading Notes. Numbers referring to notes must appear after the punctuation marks to the right of the text, as superscripts without brackets.
References: Reference lists, which should begin on a new page, must be formatted in the style of this Journal. The following are guidelines:
· References in the text: refer to the author, year of publication, and page number as follows: (Smith 1986:45). Reference to a source as a whole requires only the name of the author and the year of publication: (Blacking 1968). Names of authors occurring in the text do not need to be repeated in the reference, for example Smith (1986:45) claims...
· Simultaneous references to more than one author must be listed chronologically.
· References at the end of the manuscript: acknowledgement of sources must appear at the end of the manuscript under the heading References. References must be given in the language of the source, and ordered in the alphabetical sequence of the authors' surnames. Reference to more than one publication of an author in the same year must be listed by chronologically arranging the author's publications; should more than one publication have appeared by an author in the same year, they must be indicated as follows: 2001a, 2001b.
· Names of book and journals must be Italicised.
· All references cited in the text, and only these references, must be included in the list of references.
· Note the use of punctuation and italics in the following examples.
Scorgie, Fiona. 2002. Virginity testing and the politics of sexual responsibility: Implications for AIDS intervention. African Studies 61 (1):55-75.
Janzen, John. 2001. The social fabric of health: An introduction to medical anthropology. New York: McGraw-Hill.
* Newspapers and periodicals
Sunday Times. September 10, 200:22.
The Economist. November 29 December 5, 2003:13
Authors are solely responsible for the accuracy of references.
Quotations: Short quotations of 2 to 3 lines should be entered in single quotation marks and incorporated into the text. A quotation within a quotation is placed in double quotation marks. Longer quotations must be indented without using quotation marks.
Tables must be grouped together on a separate A4 sheet at the end of the manuscript. They are numbered sequentially using Arabic Numerals (Eg Table 6).
Figures and photography Must likewise be numbered sequentially using Arabic numerals (eg Figure 3). All drawings must be submitted in .jpg format. All illustrations must be clearly identified on the reverse and carry appropriate captions. The preferred location for each graphic must be indicated in the text. Captions must be numbered and placed on a seperat4e page at the end of the manuscript.
Manuscripts for Publication must be submitted to the Scientific Editor, Anthropology Southern Africa.
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