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The Journal of Marketing Education is the leading international scholarly journal publishing articles on the latest techniques in marketing education, emphasizing new course content and effective teaching methods. The journal also addresses such professional issues as development of the curriculum, career development and the state of the profession.
The Journal of Marketing Education provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, information and experiences related to the process of educating students of marketing and advertising.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
The Journal of Marketing Education is the leading international scholarly journal devoted to contemporary issues in marketing education. Its mission is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, information, and experiences related to the process of educating students in marketing and its subfields. Its audience is largely composed of marketing faculty members at institutions of higher education where teaching is an integral component of their overall responsibilities.
The main function of the Journal of Marketing Education is to publish articles focusing on the latest teaching/learning strategies and tactics in marketing education. The journal also publishes articles that address various professional issues of importance to marketing faculty members. The readership of the Journal of Marketing Education is international in scope with significant representation in university libraries.
|Donald R. Bacon||University of Denver, USA|
|Victoria Crittenden||Babson University|
|James W. Peltier||University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, USA|
|Michelle D. Steward||Wake Forest University|
|Mark Young||Winona State University|
|David Ackerman||California State University, Northridge, USA|
|Abdul Ali||Babson College, USA|
|Ramon A. Avila||Ball State University, USA|
|Andy Aylesworth||Bentley College|
|Laurie Babin||The University of Louisiana at Monroe|
|Terri Feldman Barr||Miami University, USA|
|Sharon E. Beatty||University of Alabama|
|George Belch||San Diego State University, California|
|Les Carlson||Clemson University, USA|
|Kenneth Chapman||California State University, Chico|
|Larry B. Chonko||The University of Texas at Arlington|
|Irvine "Bud" Clark III||James Madison University|
|Dennis E. Clayson||University of Northern Iowa, USA|
|Shannon Cummins||University of Wisconsin-Whitewater|
|John R. Dickinson||University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada|
|Andrea Dixon||Baylor University|
|Angela R. Dobele||RMIT University, Australia|
|O. C. Ferrell||Belmont University, USA|
|Howard Forman||California State University, Fullerton, USA|
|John P. Fraedrich||Southern Illinois University, USA|
|Lynne Freeman||University of Technology, Sydney, Australia|
|Gregory Gazda||University of San Diego|
|Neil Granitz||California State University, Fullerton, USA|
|Luke Greenacre||University of South Australia, Australia|
|Dwayne D. Gremler||Bowling Green State University, Ohio|
|Dennis Guseman||CSU San Marcos|
|Kevin Gwinner||Kansas State University, USA|
|Debra Haley||Southeastern Oklahoma State University|
|David E. Hansen||Texas Southern University|
|Robert S. Heiser||University of Southern Maine|
|Daire Hooper||Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland|
|H. Rika Houston||California State University, Los Angeles|
|Mark Houston||Texas A&M University, USA|
|Minna-Maarit Jaskari||University of Vaasa, Finland|
|Colin Jevons||Monash University, Australia|
|Fahri Karakaya||University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, USA|
|Gary L. Karns||Seattle Pacific University|
|Karen Norman Kennedy||University of Alabama at Birmingham|
|Stephen Koernig||DePaul University|
|Bodo Lang||University of Auckland Business School, Auckland, New Zealand|
|William J. Lundstrom||Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio|
|Michael R. Luthy||Bellarmine University|
|Carlo Mari||University of Molise, Italy|
|Jeffrey Meyer||Bowling Green State University, USA|
|William C. Moncrief||Texas Christian University, Fort Worth|
|Keith B. Murray||Bryant College|
|William T. Neese||Troy University|
|Wayne Neu||California State University San Marcos|
|Sarath A. Nonis||Arkansas State University|
|Sak Onkvisit||San Jose State University, USA|
|Angela Paladino||The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Ed Petkus||Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ|
|Susan M. Petroshius||Bowling Green State University|
|Leyland Pitt||Simon Fraser University, Canada|
|Michael Jay Polonsky||Deakin University|
|Stephen P. Ramocki||Rhode Island College|
|James Reardon||University of Northern Colorado|
|Janelle Rose||James Cook University, Queensland, Australia|
|Sharyn Rundle-Thiele||Griffith University, Queensland, Australia|
|Jack Schibrowsky||University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA|
|Anusorn Singhapakdi||Old Dominion University, USA|
|Denise T. Smart||Texas State University, San Marcos|
|George S. Spais||Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece|
|Harlan Spotts||Western New England College|
|Kimberly Taylor||Florida International University|
|L.P. Douglas Tseng||Portland State University|
|Stuart Van Auken||Florida Gulf Coast University|
|Marc G. Weinberger||University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA|
|Charles M. Wood||University of Tulsa|
To expedite initial consideration of your manuscript, please prepare and submit it according to the following guidelines.
Manuscripts are considered for publication only if they have not been published or accepted for publication elsewhere and are not concurrently being reviewed for publication elsewhere. Publication of a one-page abstract of the manuscript in conference proceedings will not preclude consideration for publication in the Journal of Marketing Education.
Manuscript Length and Evaluation Criteria
Manuscripts ordinarily should be between 4,000 and 7,000 words (15 to 30 pages), plus appropriate references, tables, and other supporting materials. Authors should strive for conciseness, readability, and a high density of contribution per page.
Manuscripts are (double blind) judged using the following seven criteria:
- Overall contribution to the marketing education literature
- Significance of the topic to marketing education
- Adequacy of literature review
- Conceptual rigor
- Content organization
- Writing quality
- Strength of implications
Empirical manuscripts are also judged on methodological appropriateness and rigor, data analysis quality, and presentation of results and outcomes.
All manuscripts published in the Journal of Marketing Education must follow citation and reference style guidelines of the American Psychological Association (APA). It is in the author’s best interest to submit a manuscript already using this style.
The entire manuscript, including references, should be double-spaced. Use only standard 12-point type. Place the sections of the manuscript in the following order: title page with abstract (150-200 words), body, appendices, reference list, tables, exhibits, maps, and figures. Begin each section on a new page. All pages should be numbered.
Use standard author-date citations within the text. Note with item number and title where tables, exhibits, and so on should appear in the body of the text (e.g., between two paragraphs: Table 1—Respondent Characteristics).
Neither the names(s) nor the university affiliation(s) of the author(s) should appear anywhere in the manuscript or be easily deciphered. This is necessary to preserve the blind review process.
The Journal of Marketing Education uses an online submission system that requires two files. One file should include the manuscript and all its tables, figures, and so on. This file must not contain any information that would identify the author(s). The second file is the cover page, including the manuscript’s title and author information (including affiliations). Submit both documents through http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jmed. These documents must not be submitted via email.
Manuscript Review Procedures
Manuscripts are normally desk reviewed by the editor and acknowledged within 1 week of receipt. If the manuscript passes this desk review, they are forwarded to three reviewers for a formal evaluation. Those reviews are usually completed within 8 weeks. Authors of nonrejected manuscripts can expect an invitation to make and submit either a major or minor revision. Major revisions are returned to the original three reviewers, whereas minor revisions may or may not be sent to them depending on the editor’s judgment. All accepted manuscripts are currently being published within 1 year of acceptance. At the present time, the Journal publishes approximately one in four manuscripts received for review.
The Journal of Marketing Education copyrights all published material, and the publisher reserves future use rights. (This does not limit authors’ rights to use their own material.)
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