Call For Papers
Aims and Scope
The International Journal of Chinese and English Translation & Interpreting (IJCETI) is the first peer-reviewed international journal devoted to the T&I research, training and practice of Chinese and English language pair. It promotes a cross-fertilization among research, training and professional practice in Chinese/English T&I studies. The journal publishes high quality articles based on merit, rigour and integrity. It adopts the open-access policy to promote accessibility and academic impact.
The journal publishes two issues per annum (June and December), plus one guest-edited special issue where there is an interest.
The journal welcomes submission of the following types:
- Research Article
- Reflections on Teaching Practice
- Reflections on Professional Practice
- Book Review
Articles are submitted on the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere previously and that they are not being submitted simultaneously to another journal.
If the author uses material protected by copyright, it is the author’s responsibility to acquire any necessary permissions and they are personally responsible for the payment of any fee related to copyright that may be applicable. Authors are also responsible for obtaining any ethical clearance necessary for the publication of their article.
Length: Research articles should normally be between 6,000 and 8,000 words (or Chinese characters) in length. Submission to the Reflection columns can be 5,000 words (or Chinese characters) or more. Book reviews can be 3,000 words or more.
Language: We consider mainly contributions in English using consistent spelling conventions either in BrE (British English) or AmE (American English), though quality papers in Chinese can also be considered. For papers in Chinese, an extended English abstract of 500 words is required.
Articles should include the following components: title, author’s name, institution, ORCID (if there is), abstract, keywords, main body (1, 1.1, 1.2, …, 2, 2.1, 2.2, …), references, bio-note (within 250 words), email, corresponding address.
The text must be 1.15 spacing and use a 12-point Times New Roman font.
Reference style: The APA referencing system must be used. For details follow the APA style link.