In addition to general papers, the Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing also publishes other works including commentaries, knowledge transfer articles, creative works, editorials, book reviews, extended abstracts, research briefs and paper reviews. For more information regarding submission in these areas please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The guidelines here will help you to develop an article for submission. For further detail please see our Submission Guidelines. Once the editors review your article and decide that it is within the realm of the Te Mauri: Pimatisiwin, the paper is sent out for peer review. If you have any questions about the format and structure of your article, please contact us. Articles should be addressed to the Managing Editor at email@example.com
Articles will be sent out to at least one academic reviewer and one community reviewer. Reviewers are selected on the basis of their knowledge in the research and health area, with expertise in the topic of the submitted article.
Articles are edited for clarity, grammar, punctuation, spelling and proper citation. The Copy Editor may contact the author for clarification.
The edited article is then sent back to the author to confirm that meanings have not been changed in the copy editing process. This is also a chance for the author to verify details such as the accuracy of references, name spelling, data in tables, and that picture captions are with the right picture.
Shortly after the author returns the verified article, it will be scheduled for publication.
The web-based publication will be available twice a year. Submissions are accepted year-round however timing of a submission may influence which issue an article is scheduled within.
Te Mauri- Pimatisiwin provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Authors retain the copyright to their work and that has the right of first publication of the work.
All content of the journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives License. This license allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work’s authorship and initial publication in this journal.
The license also prevents others from using the work for profit without the express consent of the author(s). The license also prevents the creation of derivative works without the express consent of the author(s). Note that derivative works are very similar in nature to the original. Merely quoting (and appropriately referencing) a passage of a work is not making a derivative of it.
In the event of a disputes that contravene (or are not addressed by) the policies and/or submission guidelines, decisions will be taken to the Editors for a final decision.
Drawings & Artwork should be 1.5 to 2 times the size used in the publication. If an illustration will be used as a quarter page in the journal, it should be at least a half page original.
To be returned, original artwork or photographs should be clearly labelled on the margin or on the back with your name and address.
Artwork can be submitted as:
Photographs should be sharp and properly exposed, and can be either black & white or colour. A snapshot sized photograph (3×5 to 4×6 inches) should be scanned at 300 dots per inch. 8×10 pictures can be scanned at 150 dots per inch.
Digital photographs should be shot at the camera’s highest quality. Please send in more photos than is needed, with appropriate location references in the text. The old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words is still true.
Te Mauri: Pimatisiwin adheres to APA style and all articles submitted must use the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2010) for formatting. For APA style information, authors can refer to the APA style website, http://www.apastyle.org/elecref.html or numerous other sites that are available on the internet
We have two copies of Maea te Toi Ora: Māori Health Transformations and one copy of Sleeps Standing Moetū (both reviewed in Volume 3, Issue 1) to give away.
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