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국제학술지 The Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling(JAPC)는
한국 상담학회에서 공식적으로 발행되는 학회지 중 하나로, 상담과정 및 효과, 진로 발달,
직업 심리학, 수퍼비전 및 상담 훈련, 평가, 다문화 상담, 자문 등에 관련된 이론적이고
경험적이며 방법론적 논문들을 출판하고 있습니다. 특히, 본 학회지는 아시아, 태평양 지역의
다양한 구성원들을 대상으로 하는 상담에 관련된 논문들을 출판하고자 노력하고 있습니다.

The Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling (JAPC), an official publication of the
Korean Counseling Association, publishes theoretical, empirical, and methodological
articles in the areas of counseling interventions, prevention, career development and
vocational psychology, supervision and training, assessment, multicultural aspects
of counseling, and consultation. Particular attention is given to the applications of
counseling with diverse populations in the Asia Pacific region.

게재신청

투고 방법 Submission

JAPC는 1년에 두 번 2월과 8월에 출판됩니다. 논문 투고는 2월호의 경우 10월 30일에 마감하며, 8월호의 경우에는 4월 30일에 마감합니다. 투고는 이메일 (japc@snu.ac.kr 또는 japc@japconline.or.kr)로 가능하며, 홈페이지(www.japconline.org)에 기재된 투고규정에 따라 투고해주시길 바랍니다.

JAPC is issued twice a year in February and August, and manuscript submission due dates are October 30 and April 30, respectively. Please submit manuscripts via e-mail (japc@snu.ac.kr or japc@japconline.or.kr), following the guidelines posted on the website of JAPC (www.japconline.org).

2017년 원고 접수 및 발간 일정 안내

학술지명 발행권호수 원고접수기간 발간일 접수 방법
JAPC
(The Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling)
7권 1호 2016.09.01 ~ 11.30 2월 28일 또는 29일 japc@snu.ac.kr
7권 2호 2017.03.01 ~ 05.30 8월 31일

학회지 논문 투고 및 심사 절차 JAPC Publication Process

원고 작성 시 유의사항 Instructions For Authors

표, 그림, 참고문헌을 포함한 원고는 미국 심리학회의 APA 출판 규정에 따라 작성되어야 합니다. 원고는 영문으로 작성할 수 있습니다. 원고는 간명하고, 연구 목적과 연구 과정 및 결과, 의의를 분명하고 논리적으로 제시하여야 합니다. 모든 원고는 150자 이하의 초록과 키워드를 포함하고 있어야 합니다.

본 학회지는 무기명 심사를 원칙으로 하고 있습니다. 따라서, 저자께서는 1) 논문 제목, 2) 제 1 저자의 이름, 소속, 이메일 주소, 연락처, 3) 공동 저자의 이름, 소속을 포함한 표지(? cover letter)를 작성하셔야 합니다. 원고 내에는 저자를 유추할 수 있는 내용이 포함되어 있어서는 안됩니다.

표지, 본문, 참고문헌, 표, 그리고 그림을 포함한 전체 원고의 길이는 30 페이지가 넘지 않도록 유의하여 주십시오.
Manuscript Preparation. Manuscripts, including tables, figures and references should be prepared according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition). Manuscripts should be written in simple, clear, and bias-free language. They should present ideas in a logical order, starting with a description of research purpose and progressing through an analysis of data to conclusions and implications. All manuscripts should include an abstract on a separate page that contains no more than 150 words, and also up to five key words.

Masked Review Policy: This journal adopts a policy of masked review. Therefore, authors should prepare the cover letter containing 1) title of the article, 2) corresponding author's full name, affiliation, institutional and email address, and telephone and fax numbers, and 3) co-author (s)' full names (s) and affiliation (s). Authors should not provide any clues to the authors' identity in the text.

Length and Style of Manuscripts. Full-length manuscripts generally should not exceed 30 pages (including cover page, abstract, text, references, tables, and figures), with a standard font (e.g., Times New Roman) of 12 points. Papers that exceed this page limit will be considered in limited occasions. The entire paper must be double spaced.

Instructions for Authors

Aims and Scope The Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling (JAPC) invites theoretical, empirical, and methodological manuscripts on counseling interventions, career development and vocational psychology, supervision and training, prevention, assessment, and multicultural aspects of counseling.
Particular attention is given to empirical studies on the applications of counseling with diverse populations in the Asia Pacific region. All articles are published in English and JAPC will be issued twice a year in February and August. The Editorial Office of Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling Ga-202, SS-villa, 223-33, Seogye-dong,
Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 140-828, Rep. of Korea
Fax: +82-2-874-7351 / E-mail: japc@japconline.org
www.japconline.org Outline 1. Research and publication ethics
2. Peer review
3. Copyright statement and creative commons license
4. Manuscript preparation
5. Manuscript submission
6. Copyright transfer
1. Research and publication ethics 1) Conflict of interest
If there is any conflict of interest, the authors should disclose it. In psychology, as in other scientific disciplines, professional communications are presumed to be based on objective interpretations of evidence and unbiased interpretations of fact. An author’s economic and commercial interests in products or services used or discussed in their papers may color such objectivity. Although such relationships do not necessarily constitute a conflict of interest, the integrity of the field requires disclosure of the possibilities of such potentially distorting influences where they may exist. The reader may then judge and, if necessary, make allowance for the impact of the bias on the information being reported.

In general, the safest and most open course of action is to disclose activities and relationships that, if known to others, might be viewed as a conflict of interest, even if you do not believe that any conflict or bias exists.

2) Humane Care and Use of Animals in Research
Authors will be required to state in writing that they have complied with APA ethical standards in the treatment of their sample, human or animal, or to describe the details of treatment. (A copy of the APA Ethical Principles may be obtained at http://www.apa.org/ ethics or by writing the APA Ethics Office, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242.)

3) Institutional Approval
When institutional approval is required, authors provide accurate information about their research proposals and obtain approval prior to conducting the research. They conduct the research in accordance with the approved research protocol.

4) Authorship and publication Credit
Authors take responsibility and credit, including authorship credit, only for work they have actually performed or to which they have substantially contributed. Authorship is credited to those who have direct involvement in the study and have made significant contributions to (a) conceptualization and design of the research, or acquisition, analysis, and interpretation of the data, (b) drafting of the manuscript or critical revision, and (c) approval of the submitted and final versions of the manuscript.

Principal authorship and other publication credits accurately reflect the relative scientific or professional contributions of the individuals involved, regardless of their relative status. Mere possession of an institutional position, such as department chair, does not justify authorship credit. Minor contributions to the research or to the writing for publications are acknowledged appropriately, such as in footnotes or in an introductory statement.

Except under exceptional circumstances, a student is listed as principal author on any multiple-authored article that is substantially based on the student’s doctoral dissertation. Faculty advisors discuss publication credit with students as early as feasible and throughout the research and publication process as appropriate.

5) Originality and duplicate publication
All submitted manuscripts should be original and should not be considered by other scientific journals for publication at the same time.
No part of the accepted manuscript should be duplicated in any other scientific journal without the permission of the Editorial Board. If duplicate publication related to the papers of this journal is detected, the manuscripts may be rejected, the authors will be announced in the journal, and their institutes will be informed. 2. Peer review Every submitted manuscript is peer-reviewed by at least three reviewers before deciding whether to accept or reject it, or return it for revision. The review system is single blinded so that authors cannot identify reviewers. The review process is carried out through a manuscript management system. If the authors are asked to revise the manuscript, they should revise it based on the reviewers’ comments or provide a reasonable answer to the reviewers’ comments justifying why they did not revise it. The authors should resubmit the revised manuscript within 2 months after receiving the review results. Otherwise, they are considered to have withdrawn the manuscript. However, the authors can extend the due time in case of requiring more times for revision after notification. 3. Copyright statement and creative commons license The Korean Counseling Association is the owner of all copyright to papers published in the JAPC, and has the right to publish, reproduce, distribute, and print the contents in other types of media. They are also followed by the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License. Authors of accepted papers must complete the Copyright Transfer Agreement. A letter of permission is required for any and all material that has been published previously. It is the responsibility of the author to request permission from the publisher for any material that is being reproduced. This requirement applies to text, illustrations, and tables.

4. Manuscript preparation Manuscripts, including tables, figures and references should be prepared according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed; American Psychological Association [APA], 2010). Manuscripts should be written in simple, clear, and bias-free language. Consult the APA Publication Manual for specific guidelines regarding the format of the manuscript, abstract, citations and references, tables and figures, and other matters of editorial style. They should present ideas in a logical order, starting with a description of research purpose and progressing through an analysis of data to conclusions and implications.

Full-length manuscripts generally should not exceed 30 pages (including cover page, abstract, text, references, tables, and figures), with a standard font (e.g., Times New Roman) of 12 points. Papers that exceed this page limit will be considered in limited occasions. The entire paper must be double spaced.

1) Cover letter
A cover letter should inform the editor that neither the submitted material nor portions of it have been published previously or are under consideration for publication elsewhere. When more than one related manuscript has been published or is under consideration for publication by this or other journals, the authors must declare this in their letter and enclose copies of those publications for editorial perusal. Failure to do so may lead to automatic rejection of the submitted manuscript. The corresponding author should certify that all listed authors participated meaningfully in the study and that they have seen and approved the final manuscript.

2) Manuscript Title:
The manuscript title should be accurate, fully explanatory, and preferably no longer than 12 words.

3) Abstract:
The abstract should express the central idea of manuscript in nontechnical language. It should be on page 2 and is no more than 250 words. One double spaced line below the abstract, please provide up to five key words as an aid to indexing.

4) Tables and Figures
No more than 5 tables and figures with each manuscript will be accepted. Please be sure to indicate the table and figure callouts within the manuscripts. Each table or figure should be placed on a separate page following the reference list.

5) References
References should follow the style detailed in the APA Publication Manual.

4. Manuscript submission All parts of the manuscript must be submitted via e-mail (japc@japconline.org). Documents should be submitted as Microsoft Word format (.doc), not converted to PDF. The date of final review for the manuscript will be the date of acceptance for publication. For nonbiased peer review, authors’ names and institutional affiliations should not be mentioned in the text.

5. Copyright transfer All submitted manuscripts must be accompanied by the official Submission Application & Copyright Transfer Form of Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling (Korean Counseling Association). The Form must contain the title of the manuscript, date of submission, names of all authors, authors’ affiliations, and written signatures. Note the corresponding author and provide his/her affiliation, e-mail, telephone and fax numbers, and mailing address. The Form must be sent to the Editor office by email, fax, or postal service.

KCA Copyright Transfer

Journal : Journal of Asian Pacific Counseling

Manuscript Title:

Author(s):

This form must be signed by all authors or by an authorized agent. In the case of a work commissioned by another person or organization, or produced as part of duties as an employee, an authorized representative of the commissioning person, organization, or employer must sign this form.

I (as corresponding author on the behalf of co-authors), in consideration of the acceptance of the above work for publication, do hereby assign and transfer to the Korean Counseling Association (KCA) all of my (our) copyright rights in the above titled work, and I (we) hereby agree to indemnify KCA against any and all liability that may arise in the event such right does not exist.

Furthermore, I certify and declare, under penalties of law, that the above or similar work has not been previously published and is not being considered by any other publication or publisher. (KCA considers the submission of manuscripts to more than one publication to be an unethical practice).

Corresponding Author: _________________________________________________ Date:_________________________________

If the above work is not accepted by the Korean Counseling Association for publication, this transfer has no legal effect and this form will be returned on request.

No work may be published in any Korean Counseling Association publication unless KCA has received this transfer properly executed.