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fe journal is a peer reviewed journal of the Center for Women's Studies (KASAUM), Ankara University
Our full text issues with articles both in Turkish and in English:
9, sayı 1 NEW!
2016 8, sayı 2
2016 8, sayı 1
2015 7, sayı 2
2015 7, sayı 1
2014 6, sayı 2
2014 6, sayı 1
2013 5, sayı 2
2013 5, sayı 1
2012 4, sayı 2
2012 4, sayı 1
2011 3, sayı 2
2011 3, sayı 1
2010 2, sayı 2
2010 2, sayı 1
2009 1, sayı 2
2009 1, sayı 1
Aims and Scope
Now indexed in genderwatch, ULAKBİM, EBSCO, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ASOS Index .
We invite papers on sociology, history, literature, and medical sciences on gender studies.
Comparative approaches within and between Mediterranean and Balkan as well as Asian countries are especially encouraged.
Along with academic papers, we issue research notes, political writings, personal narratives.
Visual material and texts in dialogue with a form of visual thinking will be welcome.
We are an open access journal. We do not charge our readers or their institutions for access. The users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles.
To the Authors:
The articles should be sent to email@example.com with an attached file that conforms with the journal style and its rules of anonymity.
The articles should not be published elsewhere in any language, and should not be under consideration for publication.
Upon approval cins owns the publishing rights of the articles.
The authors should send their affiliation, mail and postal addresses as well as telephone numbers in a seperate cover sheet.
The article should be saved in Word or Openoffice.
The article should use 12 pt Times New Roman in the main text, and 10 pt in notes, tables and bibliography.
The article should be double indented.
The article should be between 5000 and 7000 words.
The article should have a 400 word, 10 pt abstract with five keywords.
The article should be formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style 15. Author-Date style.
we had to change our counter with our 9th issue, however, we would like to note that we were clicked 21057 times between our 4th and 8th issues.