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대한미용문화예술학회 학회지 편집 규정     1. 본회 정관 제4조 1항 및 본회 학회지 편집위원회 규정 제2항에 따라, 본 규정을 두며 대한미용문화예술학회지(이하 학회지)의 편집은 본 규정에 따른다.     2. 대한미용문화예술학회지(Journal of the Korean Society of Beauty Cultural Arts)는 매년 2회 발간(발행일 6월 31(말)일/ 12월 31(말)일)하며, 미용 관련 연구보문(full paper), 연구단신(short communication)과 총설(review)을 게재한다.     3. 학회지에 게재할 수 있는 사항은 다음과 같다.   1) 임원, 학회지 편집위원장, 편집부위원장, 편집자문위원, 편집위원 및 편집간사 명단  2) 학회지편집규정, 윤리규정 등  필요 제반 사항  3) 광고     4. 학회지에 게재 할 논문은 소정의 심사과정을 거쳐야 한다.     5. 논문은 접수한 후 심사하여 수리되면 분야별 접수일자 순으로 게재함을 원칙으로 한다.     6. 편집은 아래의 세칙에 준하여 편집한다.  1) 표지    (1) 겉표지 표면의 상단부 우측에는 ISSN 번호를 표기하고, 바코드를 표기할 경우에는 좌측      하단에 표기한다.    (2) 겉표지의 이면에는 임원 및 편집위원회 명단을 싣는다.    (3) 안쪽 표지 제1면부터는 학회지명, 권, 호, 발간 연월, 목차 순으로 싣는다.       2) 본문    (1) 본문은 좌우 두 단으로 나누어 인쇄한다.    (2) 본문 머리에 오는 초록은 영문의 Abstract로하며, Abstract라는 말은 쓰지 않는다.    (3) Table, Figure의 표기(본문 포함)는 Table, Fig.로 표시하고 순서는 아라비아숫자로 한다.  Fig. 또는 Table의 제목표기는 Table, Fig. 다음에 한 칸 띄워 번호를 쓰고, . 을 찍는다. Fig.의 제목은 .로 끝나고 이어서 설명문을 쓴다.     (4) 매 논문 첫째 면의 상단부 좌측에는 학회지명, 권(호), 전체면수, 발행년도 등을 표시한다.     (5) Key words는 abstract 하단에 표시한다.    (6) 본문 둘째면(홀수쪽) 부터는 좌측면의 경우 상단부 좌측에 영문요약 학회명, 권(호), 연도를 표시하고, 셋째면(짝수쪽) 우측면인 경우 상단부의 우측에 요약제목을 표시한다.     7. 교정은 초교 시에 저자가 행함을 원칙으로 하고, 교정 중 원고는 원칙적으로 변경 추가할 수 없다. 단, 편집 체제상 필요하다고 인정되는 사항은 편집위원장이 교정할 수 있다.     8. (부칙) 편집 세칙에서 규정한 학회지의 모든 체제는 2012 년 8월 14일부터 실시한다.  1) 규정은 2012년 8월 14일 이후부터 유효하다.Editors may recommend potential reviewers on the basis of their knowledge on the subject matter of the paper. Editors will decide if the manuscript is to be accepted, rejected or peer-reviewed, based on the following criteria: field of research, scope of work, quality of language usage, adequacy of tables and figures and observance of format. In addition, all manuscripts will be edited by native english speakers. Acceptance of the paper will depend upon its beauty cultural arts merit and suitability for the journal. The reviewers' and editor's suggestions will be conveyed to the corresponding author (henceforth ‘the author') without identifying the reviewers, and the author will have an opportunity for revision. The revised manuscript must bear a sign 'REVISED' on top right of the title page. If a manuscript returned to the author for revision is held longer than two weeks, the submission will be considered withdrawn, unless a previous arrangement has been made with Editor-in-Chief. If a manuscript is declined, the author has the right to appeal and should send a letter to the Editor-in-Chief presenting the reasons why the editorial decision should be reconsidered.   5. Proofs Galley proofs for an accepted article will be sent to the author for correction and must be returned within two working day of receipt.   6. Copyright For the protection of the Society's ownership and the original authors from mis appropriations of their published work, the author agrees to a copyright transfer when the manuscript is accepted for publication. Copyright for the published papers belongs to the society.   7. Charges The actual color and page charges will be notified to the author along with the galley proofs. Request for charge waiver will be considered upon receiving a letter with the justification from the corresponding author.   8. Reprints Ten copies of reprints per article will be provided free of charge for each paper to the author. The author is responsible for reprint charge over ten copies. All queries relating to the submission should be directed to ksbca12@daum.net. form of manuscripts.   9. Form of Character The font should be used with 'Times New Roman' or ‘Batang’. Latin words such as binomial nomenclature should be italicized.   10. Style The authors should present their material with utmost conciseness under the following organization: Title, Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion(Results and discussion), Acknowledgments, and References.   Title page should include (1) type of paper, (2) field under which the paper is to be reviewed, (3) title of the article, (4) authors' full names and their affiliated institutions, (5) corresponding author's phone and fax numbers and E-mail address, and (6) running title. The manuscript should present results of independent and cohesive study thus, numbered series titles are not allowed. The title words, except prepositions and articles, should be properly capitalized. In the case of submission from multiple organizations, the affiliation of each author should be indicated with superscript Arabic numerals on the right shoulder of author(s) name, and the corresponding affiliation should start with the same superscript Arabic numerals. Mark the corresponding author with an asterisk in superscript.   Abstract should be written in 250 words or less and suitable for direct inclusion in current contents etc.   Key words are presented in an alphabetical order, and must follow the abstract in the same page. Do not capitalize the key words. 3-6 key word.   Abbreviations, if any, are to be presented in an alphabetical order and should be used without further definition in the text. Introduction should state (1) the purpose of research and (2) its relation to other works in the field. It does not have a heading.   Materials and Methods should be described in detail for repetition of the work, and manufacturers or the sources of materials should be cited. Subheading (in bold) starts with indentation and end with a period. The text will follow without changing of the line. Neither third level heading nor numbered heading is allowed.   Results and Discussion should ordinarily be separated. However, they may be combined if a single section presentation is necessary for a more compact presentation. Heading is the same as mentioned above.   Acknowledgment(s) is treated as subheading in Results and Discussion section.   Supplementary material announces the presence of spectra, chromatograms, figures, tables or detailed experimental procedure, which are not suitable for publication but useful for judgment by the referees and readers' perusal, follows. The material should be submitted as electronic file in HWP (.hwp), and portable document format (.pdf). They will be published only as an electronic file.   References section must include all relevant published works, and all listed references must be cited in the text. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references. The references should be arranged in an alphabetical order, and cited by author and publication year in the text of the manuscript in brackets.   Cite each listed reference in the text in a bracket. Follow the styles shown in the following examples: (One author) In one such study (Lee, 2012)... (Citing author) Lee et al. (2012) studied… (Two author) One study (Chen and Linge, 2013) is particularly notable. (Three or more authors) One study (Lee et al., 2011) found... (Two or more works by same authors) Past research (Voltaire, 2012a; 2012b) has presented the same problem. (Two or more works by different authors) Previous studies (Brown, 2009; Song, 2010; Chen, 2012) have contributed…..List by increasing oder of year.     Publications by the same author(s) in the same year should be identified with a, b, c after the year of publication. Abbreviate journal names according to the ISI Science Citation Index database. References accepted for publication but not yet published should show the journal name and, if known, the probable year of publication, and state "in press." The following types of references are not valid for listing: unpublished data, personal communication, manuscripts in preparation or submitted, pamphlets, abstracts, newsletters, etc. Instead, references to such sources should be made parenthetically in the text. Follow the styles shown in examples below:   (1) Book 1 Robbins, C. (1994) Chemical and physical behavior of human hair. Third ed., Springer. New York. pp. 125-128.   (2) Book 2 Faustman, E. M. and Omenn, G. D. (2001) Risk assessment in Casarett and Doull's Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons(Klaassen, C. D. ed.). McGraw-Hill. New York. pp. 83-105.   (3) Book 3 Maniatis, T., Fritsch, E. F. and Sambrook, J. (1989) In Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual, (2nd ed.). Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Boston, MA, U.S.A. p. 88.   (4) Article Faulstich, M. E., Williamson, D. A. and Duchmman, E. G. (1985) Psychophysiologic analysis of atopic dermatitis. J. Psychosom. Res. 29: 415-417.   (5) Article in press Hawang, I. S., Song, Y. S. and Lee, K. K. (2012) A study on the hair dyeing properties of C. sappan heartwood extracts. J. Kor. Soc. Cosm. in Press. (6) Electronically published Article Hawang, I. S., Song, Y. S. and Lee, K. K. (2012) A study on the hair dyeing properties of C. sappan heartwood extracts. J. Kor. Soc. Cosm. doi:10.3839/jabc.2012.035.   (7) Thesis Jang, A. R. (2012) A study on the cosmetic physiological and skin cell activity of Hibiscus syriacus extracts. Hannam University MS Thesis. pp. 21-25.   11. Tables and Figures Tables should be typewritten separately from the text, and each table should have an explanatory title in bold. Figures and chemical formulas should ordinarily be original drawings prepared with a suitable drawing program and printed in at least 300 dpi resolution. Drawing on ruled paper is not acceptable. Width of the figures should be within 11.3 cm because they are to be reduced to 75% in size to fit in a single column width (8.5 cm). Graphs are to be boxed whenever possible. Use the symbols in the following order; ○ △, □ ● ▲ ■. All tables and figures are to be numbered consecutively using Arabic numerals (‘Fig. 1.’ or ‘Table 1.’) and cited in the text as such (‘Fig. 1’ or ‘Table 1’). Spectra and chromatograms are normally not allowed unless the appearance is deemed absolutely necessary. Instead, present the spectral data in the format of Journal of Natural Products, preferentially in Materials and Methods section. However, the spectra can be submitted as supplementary materials, in which case should be stated in the text: Copies of original spectra (or chromatograms) are available as supplementary material. The figure titles and legends must be grouped in a separate page, not included in the same page with the figures. Half-tone figures should be submitted in original for acceptance to the journal.   12. Nomenclatures, Units, Abbreviations, and Symbols Nomenclatures for chemicals and bio-chemicals should follow the guidelines published by American Chemical Society. SI units (System International d'Unites) should be used whenever possible. Abbreviations and symbols should be used for those recommended by IUPAC and IUBMB (Biochemical Nomenclature and Related Documents, 1978). Symbols of the units should be spaced from the numbers to which they refer except ℃ and %.   13. Provision This instruction applies to the manuscripts to be published November 2013.