Guidance for contributors to JCCP 作者须知


Guidance for contributors to JCCP 作者须知

As a bilingual Journal, JCCP invites submissions of original previously unpublished articles in English, Chinese or in both languages according to the following guidelines:


  • We very much encourage our contributors to submit articles in both English and Chinese versions.
  • Articles can be submitted in either English or Chinese without translationIn in an extreme case. However, we ask authors to provide a one-page Summary of approximately 500 characters in Chinese (for articles written in English) and of 500 words in English for articles written in Chinese.
  • A translation service can be provided at the contributor’s cost.

Articles and themes:

  • Article submissions should be consistent with the aims of the Journal. Please read our statement of aims carefully before submitting.
  • We also welcome proposals for whole issues of JCCP organised around a common theme. If accepted, the proposers of successful proposals for theme-based issues are invited to act as Guest Editors of the Journal. Note that each contribution to a specially edited themed issue will have to pass the normal reviewing process.

Book reviews:

  • We compiled a list of more than 170 titles for review. The list can be accessed here:
  • We also welcome reviews of books and other published related materials not on this list and of interest to readers of JCCP.
  • If you would like to write a book review or a review essay please complete the Book(s) request form from JCCP website.  We can then arrange the book(s) to be posted to you at the address you specify in the online form.
  • The ‘guidance for contributors’ presented in this document applies both to book reviews and review essays.

Reviewing procedures:

  • All submitted articles are blind-read by two editors, who decide whether they are in principle suitable for publication in the Journal.
  • If yes, the manuscript is then sent to an editor of the Editorial Board and at least two recommended assessors from the International Advisory Board for further review. The manuscript will then be returned to the contributor(s) with comments for revision and recommendations for final submission.
  • The whole reviewing procedure should in normal circumstances take no longer than three months. We expect any required or recommended revisions to the submitted manuscript to be completed within four weeks. We reserve the right to decide whether the revisions have been sufficient to warrant publication.

Title page and affiliation:

The title page of the article should be separated from the main body and should include:

  • The full name(s) of the author(s)
  • Academic or other personal affiliation
  • Electronic address of the author(s) to which correspondence should be sent
  • A biographical note (100-150 words) about the author(s)

Abstract, Summary, and Keywords:

  • Each submission should include an Abstract of maximum 150 words
  • Submissions in English need to have a Summary of 500 characters in Chinese after the Abstract. Submissions in Chinese need to have a Summary of 500 words in English after the Abstract.
  • Each submission should present a list of 5 Keywords or key phrases after the Abstract and Summary

Word limits:

  • Research articles: up to 8,000 words (including foot-notes and list of references. Exceptions only would be considered in extreme cases )
  • Research reports: up to 5000 words
  • Commentaries: up to 2000 words
  • Review essays: 2000-4000 words
  • Book reviews: 1000-2000 words
  • Letters: up to 500 words


Please ensure that all manuscripts sent to us are in a publishable state:

  • Microsoft Word file
  • Font: Times New Roman
  • Font size: text 12; notes: 10
  • Line spacing: 1.5 lines (including notes and list of references)
  • Right-hand margins should not be justified
  • Footnotes (no end-notes)
  • For English articles please check Detailed guidance to contributors and Additional editorial info for JCCP contributors before submission
  • For Chinese articles please check the style of Chinese Social Science Publishing House (click HERE to download).


All references should be listed alphabetically. References cited in the text should use the form (Jones 2004: 89): i.e. so-called ‘Harvard Style’ referencing. For Chinese version we use the style of Chinese Social Science Publishing House (click HERE to download).

Correspondingly, the end-of-text list of references should be alphabetical, complete, accurate, and follow these conventions of style:

  • Articles in journals: Jones, Peter. 2004. ‘Mass retailing strategies in China and the USA by global corporations’ Consumer I (3): 511-535
  • Chapters in books: Jones, James. 2001. ‘Slimming and asceticism’ in Greta Moore. Ed. The Anti-Greed Movement: its origins and extent. London: Broadbooks pp. 235-272
  • Books: Szyps, Jonathan. 1998. Merriment Under Socialism. Canberra, Australia: Olive Press

Tables and figures:

  • Tables and Figures should be provided separately (e.g. as Email attachments) from the submission of the main text. Authors should indicate their preferred location for each Table or Figure with a note in the main text: e.g. Figure 1 around here.
  • Line diagrams should be in a format suitable for immediate reproduction and without any need for redrawing.
  • Illustrations should be high resolution.
  • Photographs should be black and white and presented using a wide range of contrast.
  • All tables, figures and illustrations should be accompanied by a brief caption.


Authors are responsible for obtaining permissions from copyright holders for reproducing any illustrations, figures, tables or lengthy quotations previously published.

Submission: Please check the above itemized requirements before submission. Without meeting our standards articles will be returned without consideration. 

© CCPN Global

                        (Updated in 2013)


作为双语期刊,《中国比较硏究》 (JCCP) 诚邀作者根据以下的准则,提交未发表之原创的中文、英文或中英文两种版本的文章:


  • 我们非常鼓励作者提交英文和中文两种版本的文章。
  • 在极特殊的情况下,也可以仅提交未翻译成英文或中文的文章。但是,我们要求提交英文文章的作者同时提交约500字的中文摘要;提交中文文章的作者也要同时提交约500字的英文文摘。
  • 我们可以在作者自费的情况下提供翻译服务。


  • 作者提交的文章须与本刊宗旨一致,投稿前请仔细阅读本刊宗旨声明。
  • 我们也欢迎提交专题讨论的建议书。如建议被接纳,提议者会被邀请为杂志的客座编辑。请注意,即使是专题讨论,每篇论文都仍将纳入常规评审程序。


  • 我们编制了一份超过170本书名的列表以供评论。请在这里登入该清单:。
  • 我们也欢迎发表在此列表外的、但JCCP读者感兴趣的相关的书评及其他出版物的评论。
  • 如果您想撰写书评或评论文章,请到《中国比较研究》网站填书籍索取表表格:。然后,我们便会根据网上表格提供的地址把书本邮寄给您。
  • 本“作者须知”同样适用于书评和评论文章。


  • 所有来稿均由两位编辑进行匿名评审。他们决定文章在原则上是否适合在《中国比较硏究》出版。
  • 如果评审结果是肯定的话,来稿会转送到编委会另一位编辑和至少两名国际咨询委员会委员或他们推荐的评审员作进一步审查。之后该手稿将连同评语和建议发还予作者供进一步修改,以便正式最后提交。
  • 在正常情况下,整个审查程序不超过三个月。我们期望作者对任何要求或建议的修订在四周内完成。我们对修改稿是否足以发表保留最终决定权。



  • 作者的全名
  • 学术或其他个人所隶属的机构
  • 联络作者的电邮地址
  • 作者简介(100-150字)


  • 每稿应含150字之内的摘要
  • 英文稿需在摘要后需提交500字的中文概要。中文稿需在摘要后提交500字的英文概要。
  • 每稿需在摘要或概要后列出5个关键字或关键短语


  • 研究论文: 8000字以内(包括注脚和参考目录,在极特殊的情况下可以例外)
  • 研究报告:5,000字以内
  • 评论:2,000字以内
  • 评论文章:2,000-4,000字
  • 书评:1,000-2,000字
  • 信件:500字以内



  • 微软Word文件
  • 字体:宋体 (Times New Roman)
  • 文本字体大小:12 ; 注释:10
  • 行间距:1.5线(包括注释和参考书目)
  • 请勿两端对齐
  • 注释为脚注(不是尾注)
  • 英文文章在提交前请核对英文体例细则英文体例补充信息
  • 中文文章在提交前请核对《中国社会科学出版社图书编辑体例规范》(点击此处下载)


所有参考文献均按首字母进行排列,文档中引用格式应为(Jones 2004: 89),即哈佛参考文献格式。中文版参照《中国社会科学出版社图书编辑体例规范》(点击此处下载)。


  • 期刊文章:Jones, Peter. 2004. ‘Mass retailing strategies in China and the USA by global corporations’ Consumer I (3): 511-535
  • 书籍章节:Jones, James. 2001. ‘Slimming and asceticism’ in Greta Moore. Ed. The Anti-Greed Movement: its origins and extent. London: Broadbooks pp. 235-272
  • 书籍:Jonathan Szyps. 1998. Merriment Under Socialism. Canberra, Australia: Olive Press


  • 表格、图例和片均应与内文分开,单独成页(例如电子邮件附件)。作者应在正文中标注各表或图的具体位置,例如:图1在这里。
  • 线状图形格式须适合于即行复制,无需重新绘制。
  • 图片须为高分辨率。
  • 照片须为黑白,使用宽泛的对比度。
  • 所有表格、图形和插图应附有简短的文字说明。



提交: 请逐项核对上述各项要求,如未达到我们的标准,文章将会被退回,不予考虑。

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(王睿译,林曦校; Ching Yuen Luk 译校增补版)


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