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Publication and Editing Regulations for 「LHI Journal」


Established on July 23, 2010


Chapter 1 Submission


Article 1 (Subjects and Types of a Manuscript)

(1) 「LHI Journal of Land, Housing and Urban Affairs」 (hereinafter called LHI Journal. Korean Title 「Toji Jootaek Dosi Yeongoo」) in principle shall publish research articles, as a specialized academic journal which includes study results in fields related to land, housing and city areas. The research articles refer to those that describe the findings of an original study in addition to the feasibility and future trends on a certain subject in an academic article format.

(2) The research article shall not have been published in other journal or literature previously.


Article 2 (Length of a Manuscript)

(1) The length of an article shall be approximately 8 sheets of A4 size paper including figures and tables.

(2) If the length of an article excessively exceeds or falls short of this regulation, the editorial board of the journal may ask the contributor for an adjustment, and he/she shall comply with this request.   


Article 3 (Writing a Manuscript)

(1) All manuscripts shall be written in accordance with the manuscript writing procedure of the journal.

(2) The language of the manuscript in principle shall be Korean or English.

(3) The manuscript in principle shall be prepared on A4 size sheets using a wordprocessor program such as Hanguel or MS Word.

(4) The manuscript shall be formatted in 1 column until keywords and in 2 columns starting from the main body.


Article 4 (Receipt of a Manuscript)

(1) The manuscript shall be received in on-going basis, and the date of receipt shall be the day when the manuscript arrives at the editorial board of the journal.

(2) The contributor of a research article shall submit 3 copies of the article (including figures, tables and photographs) for the review and a disk which contains the electronically saved version of the article. Except, the contributor who have submitted the research article through E-mail or the Manuscript Submission System may not submit printed copies of the manuscript and the disk with the saved manuscript file.

(3) The contributor shall submit the submission request form of this journal with the main details of the manuscript as well as research article's title, author's name, institution, position, the address on author's resident registration and contact information. In addition, if there is a corresponding author (a co-author who is capable of answering inquiries about the said manuscript), the submission request form shall also contain corresponding author's information such as the name, institution, position, the address on the resident registration and contact information.

(4) For the received manuscript which has not been prepared according to the submission regulations and the manuscript writing procedures, the editorial board of the journal may ask the author for a modification and supplementation, and the contributor shall comply with the request.

(5) All received manuscript shall not be returned.


Chapter 2 Manuscript Writing Procedures


Article 5 (Composition of a Research article)

(1) Composition of a Korean Language Article

a. For a Korean language article, the order of composition shall be the title in Korean, the title in English, author's name in Korean, author's name in English, the abstract in Korean, keywords in Korean, the abstract in English, keywords in English followed by the main article (introduction, main body and conclusion), references and appedix in Korean. Except, the appendix shall be written, if necessary.

b. The institution and position of the author shall be written in the footnote at the bottom of the first page of the article in Korean language.

(2) Composition of an English Language Article

a. For an English language article, the order of composition shall be the title, author, abstract, keywords, main article, references and appendix in English.

b. The institution and position of the author shall be written in the footnote at the bottom of the first page of the article in English language.


Article 6 (Writing the Title of a Research article)

(1) The title of a research article shall be written to enable the concise and clear expression of research details.

a. For a Korean language article, the title in Korean is written first, followed by the title in English below. If Chinese characters or English words are necessary to communicate author's intention, The Chinese characters or English words shall be written concurrently in brackets.

b. For an English language article, the first letter of the English title (including the sub-title) shall start with an uppercase letter. The first letter of every word in the title, except prepositions and conjunction, shall start with an uppercase letter.

Example: Schematic Layout Design Process for Apartment Dwelling


(2) If there is a sub-title in the article, for both articles in Korean and English, the sub-title is written after inserting “:” following the main title.


Article 7 (Writing Author's Name)

(1) The name of an author shall be written below the title of the article, in principle.

a. For a Korean language article, the name of the author in Korean shall be written first, followed by the name in English below.

b. For an English language article, the name of the author in English shall be written.

(2) Writing Method

a. The author name in English shall be written in the order of given name and surname (e.g. Gildong Hong, Gil-Dong Hong)

b. For two or more authors, the main author shall be placed at the beginning. A number in sequence (1, 2, 3, …) shall be written at the top right of author's name, and names will be separated by an interpunt between authors.


Article 8 (Writing the Institution and Position of an Author)

(1) They are written at the bottom of the first page of the article as a footnote.

(2) Writing Method

a. For one author, the institution and position of the main author shall be written after "1)," and for two or more authors, the institution and position of each author shall be written in order after 1), 2), 3),... starting with the main author.

     After the institution and position of the main author, taking the role of a main author shall be indicated along with the contact information (E-mail address).

     - e.g. 1) Researcher, Land & Region Research Department, Land & Housing Institute (main author: Main@lh.or.kr)

b. After the institution and position of a corresponding author, taking the role of a corresponding author shall be indicated along with the contact information (E-mail address).

     - e.g. 2) Researcher, Space Design Research Department, Land & Housing Institute (corresponding author: Correspond@lh.or.kr)

c. The Korean writing method shall be in the order of the institution (school), department (or faculty) and position as shown in the below example. The English writing method shall be in the order of the position, department and institution.

     - Korean language example: Land & Housing Institute, Department of Construction Technology Research, Research Fellow (in Korean)

     - English language example: Senior Research Fellow, Department of Construction Technology Research, Land & Housing Institute

Article 9 (Writing the Korean Abstract & English Abstract)

(1) Both the Korean abstract and English abstract shall be written with the focus on the study objective, study method, study findings, implications of the study and further study suggestions.

(2) For the Korean abstract, 'Korean Abstract' in Korean language shall be written at the center above the abstract body which shall contain approximately 700 characters.

(3) For the English abstract, “ABSTRACT” shall be written at the center above the abstract body which shall contain approximately 200 words.


Article 10 (Writing Keywords)

(1) Below the Korean abstract, “Keywords” in Korean language shall be written followed by a colon(:) and approximately 5 keywords in Korean.

(2) Below the English abstract, “Keywords” shall be written followed by a colon(:) and approximately 5 keywords in English.


Article 11 (Writing Method for the Main Body)

(1) The main body shall be written according to the general development method of an academic article.

(2) For easy reading and proofreading of the manuscript, there shall be spaces around the edge of a page and between lines.

(3) The footnote shall be placed at the bottom of the applicable page where the referring sentence is located.

(4) The beginning of a paragraph in the main body shall be indented (2 spaces or 20 points).

(5) For other details, the detailed formatting rules for each provision shall be followed.


Article 12 (Writing Language and Writing Method)

(1) For the Korean language manuscript, Chinese characters and foreign words may be written in brackets only for the purpose of communicating the meaning.

(2) The number sequences for the chapter, part, section, etc. in the table of contents and the main body shall be in the order of 1., 1.1., and (1).

(3) 1 blank line each above and below the title of a chapter shall be inserted; only 1 blank line above the title of a paragraph shall be inserted; and no blank line will be inserted for the title of a section (See the Detailed Formatting Rules).

(4) Arabic numerals shall be used for numbers, and the metric system shall be used for all measuring units.


Article 13 (Tables & Figures)

(1) The number for tables shall be written on the right side above the table with a title in the order of Table 1, Table 2, etc.

(2) The number for figures or photographs shall be written in the center below the figure with a title in the order of Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.

(3) Charts and photographs in the main body shall be submitted in the ready-to-print condition without modification. Since color printing is not available except in special circumstances, the contributir shall prepare the charts and photographs to be in a distinguishable condition under the black-and-white printing.

(4) For the cited charts and photographs, the sources of materials shall be specified at all times.


Article 14 (Writing Rules for Cited Literatures, Footnotes and References)

(1) Cited Literatures

a. The cited literatures in the main body of an article shall be written as follows to specify the author and publishing year. Except, if necessary, the number of the cited page may be specified.

     ① Single-author study: According to Byeongwon Jang (2000)..., Smith(1992, 82~83) writes..., According to these studies (Seungho Yoo, 1996; Changho Lim, 1998)..., .... has been stated (Hyeseon Hwang, 1999: 25~27).

     ② Two-author study: According to Joochan Kim and Byeongil Min (2003)..., Getis and Ord (1992) stated..., ... has been claimed (Howe and Linaweaver, 1967l Weeks and Mcmahon, 1973).

     ③ Three-or-more-author study: Dongpil Lee, et al. (2001) stated..., was noted (Maidment et al., 1985).        

b. For Korean author's name, both the surname and given name shall be stated, and for English author's name, only the surname shall be written. For Japanese author's name, the writing method shall be the same as the method for Korean author's name. 

(2) Footnotes

a. If there is information in the main body which requires an additional explanation, a serial number (e.g. 1), 2), 3), ...) at the top right of the last letter in the applicable sentence shall be written, and such explanation shall be provided in the bottom of the applicable page.

b. When the material source is stated in the footnote, the writing method shall follow the writing method of cited literatures.

(3) References

a. Korean references shall be written first in the Korean alphabetical order followed by references from the East. Then, references from the West shall be listed in an alphabetical order followed by Internet websites.

b. For a research article, the author, publishing year, title and the name and page number of a journal shall be written, and the title of the article shall be inserted between quotation marks (“   ”). The name of the journal shall be written between corner brackets “「    」” (for references from Korea and the East) or shall be written in Italic fonts (for references from the West).

c. For a book, the author, publishing year, book title and publisher shall be written in order, and the book title  shall be written between corner brackets “「    」” (for references from Korea and the East) or shall be written in Italic fonts (for references from the West).

d. References with the same author shall be listed in the order of publishing years, and if there are two or more references from the same year, a lower case alphabet in sequence (a, b, c …) shall be written after the year.

e. The author of a reference from the West shall be written in the order of the surname and the given name.

f. For multiple authors, all authors shall be stated (except, if the number of authors is too great, they may be stated as 'main author, et. al.)

g. The examples of above stated writing methods for references are as follows.

     ① Korean Book

             Noh, Yoonghee (1987), 「The Local Government of Korea」, Nokwon Publishing Co.

     ② Korean Research Article

             Choi, Sangcheol (1992), “The Cooperation for Preserving the Environment and Ecosystem of Coastal Zone in Northeast Asia,” 「Journal of Environmental Studies」, 30: 35~106.

     ③ Korean Report

             City of Seoul (1992), 「Report on the Reorganization of Basic Sewerage Plan」.

     ④ English Research Article

             Moss, M. L. (1987), “Telecommunications, World Cities, and Urban Policy”, Urban Studies, 24(6): 634~546.

     ⑤ English Book
McShane, W. (1990),
Traffic Engineering, Englewood Cliffs:Prentice Hall.

     ⑥ Translated Book
Song, Gyeonghyeon, Yonghoon Park (Translator) (1994), 「Traffic and Urban Planning」, Myeongbo Moonhwa Co., Seoul (Blunden, W. R. and J. A. Black, (1984),
The Land-use/Transport System, 2nd ed., Pergamon Press: New York). 

       ⑦ Internet Web Information (If the statistical annals of Seoul from 2003, found on the website for the city of Seoul, were referenced)
http://www.metro.seoul.kr/kor2003/main/index.html.


Article 15 (Writing Other Items)

(1) The source of study funding and the acknowledgement shall be written in the footnote on the first page of the article before author's institution and position.

(2) For the confirmed publishing article, the editorial board shall write the receipt date of the manuscript and the review completion date below article's references.


Article 16 (Detailed Formatting Rules)

(1) Font and Paragraph Format

 

 

Font

Paragraph Format

Font

Character Scale(%)

Character Spacing (%)

Style

Size

Indentation

Line Spacing (%)

Alignment

Beginning Section

Korean Title,

Shinmyungjo

100

-3

Bold

17

0

110

Center

English Title

Shinmyungjo

100

0

Bold

15

0

130

Center

Author's Name (Kor․Eng)

Shinmyungjo

100

0

Bold

10.5

0

165

Center

Author's Institution

Shinmyungjo

100

0

Regular

8

0

130

Left

Abstract Title (Kor․Eng)

Shinmyungjo

100

0

Regular

8.5

0

195

Center

Abstract Body (Kor․Eng)

Shinmyungjo

100

-5

Regular

8.5

0

155

Mixed

Keywords (Kor․Eng)

Regular Gothic

100

-5

Regular

8.5

0

155

Left

 

 

Font

Paragraph Format

Font

Character Scale (%)

Character Spacing (%)

Style

Size

Indentation

Line Spacing (%)

Alignment

Main Body

Chapter 1 Title

Regular Gothic

100

-5

Regular

11

0

150

Left

Part 1.1 Title

Regular Gothic

100

-5

Regular

10.5

0

150

Left

Section 1.1.1 Title

Regular Gothic

100

-5

Regular

10

0

150

Left

Article Main Body

Shinmyungjo

100

-5

Regular

10

2 spaces

150

Mixed

Table Title

Regular Gothic

100

-5

Regular

8.7

0

130

Mixed

Table Body

Shinmyungjo

100

-5

Regular

8.5

0

130

Mixed

Figure Title

Regular Gothic

100

-5

Regular

8.7

0

130

Center

References Title

Regular Gothic

100

-5

Regular

11

0

150

Left

References Body

Shinmyungjo

100

-5

Regular

10

0

145

Mixed

Function

Shinmyungjo

100

-5

Regular

10

2 Spaces

130

Mixed

Footnote

Shinmyungjo

100

-5

Regular

8

0

130

Mixed

(2) Page Settings

 

Sheet Type

Page Orientation

Margins (mm)

Text Body Length

Top

Bottom

Left

Right

Header

Footer

Binding

210×280

Regular

12

11

13

13

9

9

0

196

(3) Column Number

 

Column Number

Column Width (mm)

Column Spacing (mm)

Column Separation Line

Column Body Length (mm)

2

88

8

×

196

(4) Specifications for the Beginning Section (Abstract)

 

Size (mm)

Margins

 

Left

Right

Top

Bottom

145(Width)x Free(Height)

Inside Margins

15

15

5

5

Outside Margins

0

0

0

0

Chapter 3 Publications and Other Issues


Article 17 (Article Proofreading)

(1) The editorial board shall undertake the final proofreading in regards to the research article for which the final decision has been made to “allow publishing” following the results of the review and the modification confirmation by the reviewer.

(2) For issues such as typing errors, grammatical errors, errors in logic development and article formats, the editorial board may correct such issues or ask the author to modify the article accordingly.  


Article 18 (Publishing Order of Articles)

(1) The publishing order of articles shall follow the order of final decisions made for publishing as a rule but may be changed, if the editorial board of the journal finds it necessary.


Article 19 (Payment of the Review Fee)

(1) The reviewer who has reviewed the submitted article shall be paid the review fee set by the editorial board. The review fee shall be paid once the final decision has been made regarding the publication of a specific article. 


Article 20 (Publication Cycle and Dates)

(1) The journal shall be published quarterly as a principle. Except, if the editorial board of the journal finds it necessary, the publication cycle may be changed.

(2) Publication dates shall be January 30, April 30, July 30 and October 30. Except, if the publication cycle is changed, the publication date shall be set by the editorial board of the journal.


Article 21 (Number of Publishing Copies)

(1) The number of publishing copies and the printing quality for the journal shall be set by the editorial board.



Supplementary Provisions

 

Article 1 (Date of Implementation)

These regulations shall come into effect on July 23, 2010.