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The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
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The Canadian Journal of Urban Research (CJUR) is a multidisciplinary, scholarly journal dedicated to publishing articles that address a wide range of issues relevant to the field of urban studies. CJUR welcomes papers focussing on urban theory and methodology, empirical research, problem and policy-oriented analyses, and cross-national comparative studies. Manuscripts either in English or French are considered for publication. All manuscripts must be original works not previously published elsewhere in any format including electronic production nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere. CJUR does not publish reprints, or articles containing large passages of material published elsewhere.
CJUR is a small but vibrant journal that has upwards of 100,000 articles downloaded annually and is read by a global audience. Since becoming open access, CJUR has broadened its impact in terms of knowledge mobilization. CJUR has been supported by the Institute of Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg since 1992. To help offset the increasing costs of producing CJUR, subscription fees remain critical. The introduction of the submission fee is intended to help ensure the long term sustainability of the journal. CJUR remains one of the few independent Canadian journals focused on urban issues. Your support as authors and subscribers ensures our success will continue.
To submit a paper for consideration to the Canadian Journal of Urban Research (CJUR), each author must remit a submission fee. Submission fees are payable by cheque or money order, and must be addressed to the “Institute of Urban Studies”. The submission fee is CAD 75 (seventy-five Canadian Dollars) for each author listed for all countries of residence (including GST/HST for Canadian residents). If you require an invoice or receipt, please contact the Institute of Urban Studies at email@example.com. Papers will not be considered for review until the submission fee has been received.
Canadian Journal of Urban Research (CJUR) est une revue académique multidisciplinaire qui publie des textes dans le domaine des études urbaines à partir d’un éventail très large. CJUR accepte des textes qui mettent l’accent aussi bien sur la théorie et la méthodologie des questions urbaines, la recherche empirique, les analyses en termes de problèmes ou d’énoncé de politiques que sur des études comparatives entre les nations. Les manuscrits peuvent être rédigés soit en anglais ou soit en français. Les auteurs doivent faire parvenir quatre copies de leurs manuscrits à: Michelle Swanson, Canadian Journal of Urban Research - Institute of Urban Studies, c/o 515 Portage Avenue Winnipeg Manitoba R3B 2E9 Canada.
Pour la présentation des manuscrits et les normes d'édition,voir la page suivante. Les manuscrits qui ne correspondent pas aux normes d'édition seront renvoyé a l'auteur.