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Instructions for Authors:

New Genetics and Society encourages an informed, international debate about the impact of the new genetic technologies on society. Contributions from all parts of the world are welcome, on the understanding that their contents have not been previously published nor submitted elsewhere for publication.

Contributions to New Genetics and Society must report original research and will be subjected to anonymous review by independent referees at the discretion of the Editorial Office.

Manuscripts to be considered for publication should be emailed to Mel Evans, the journal secretary, at ngs@cf.ac.uk, or sent on disk to:

Professor Peter Glasner,
New Genetics and Society,
Cardiff School of Social Sciences
Cardiff University
Glamorgan Building
King Edward VII Avenue
Cardiff CF10 3WT
Tel: 029-20870024

Email: GlasnerP@cf.ac.uk

Note to Authors: please make sure your contact address information is clearly visible on the outside of all packages you are sending to Editors.

Three complete copies of each manuscript should be submitted. They should be typed on one side of the paper, double spaced, with ample margins, and bear the title of the contribution and name(s) of the author(s). Submissions are also accepted on disk. Please contact the editor for system details. The full postal address of the author who will receive correspondence should also be included. All pages should be numbered. Contributions should not normally be more than 5000 words in length and should be written in the English language. They should also include an abstract of 100-150 words and up to 3 keywords. Footnotes to the text should be avoided wherever this is reasonably possible. American English spelling is preferred.

Rejected manuscripts will not normally be returned unless a self-addressed envelope and international postal coupons have been sent.

Tables and captions to illustrations. Tables must be typed out on separate sheets and not included as part of the text. The captions to illustrations should be gathered together and also typed out on a separate sheet. Tables and figures should be numbered by Arabic numerals. The approximate position of tables and figures should be indicated in the manuscript. Captions should include keys to symbols.

Further details on the style of journal articles can be found here.

References. These should be indicated in the typescript by giving the authorís name and the year of publication, as follows: Ciegler (1974) or (Ciegler, 1974). If several papers by the same author and from the same year are cited, a, b, c, etc. should be put after the year of publication. The references should be listed in full and in alphabetical order at the end of the paper in the following standard form:

Glasner, P., Rothman, H. & Travis, D. (1995) Exploring Organisational Issues in British Genomic Research. The Genetic Engineer and Biotechnologist, 2&3, 125-133

McNally, R.M. & Wheale, P.R. (1994) Environmental and medical bioethics in late modernity: Anthony Giddens, genetic engineering and the post-modern state. In Attfield, R. & Belsey, A. (eds) Philosophy and the Natural Environment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 211-226.

Osborn, F. (1940) Preface to Eugenics. Harper and Row, New York, NY, USA

Rapp, R. (1988) Chromosomes and communication: the discourse of genetic counsellors. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 2, 143-157.

Titles of journals should not be abbreviated and full titles of papers must be given.

Further details on the Journal’s reference style can be found here.

Free article access: Corresponding authors will receive free online access to their article through our website (www.informaworld.com) and a complimentary copy of the issue containing their article. Reprints of articles published in this journal can be purchased through Rightslink® when proofs are received. If you have any queries, please contact our reprints department at reprints@tandf.co.uk

Copyright. It is a condition of publication that authors assign copyright or license the publication rights in their articles, including abstracts, to Taylor & Francis. This enables us to ensure full copyright protection and to disseminate the article, and of course the Journal, to the widest possible readership in print and electronic formats as appropriate. Authors may, of course, use the article elsewhere after publication without prior permission from Taylor & Francis, provided that acknowledgement is given to the Journal as original source of publication, and that Taylor & Francis is notified so that our records show that its use is properly authorised. Authors retain a number of other rights under the Taylor & Francis rights policies documents. These policies are referred to at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authorrights.pdf for full details. Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from other sources.

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