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  • Enactment June, 1995
  • Recently revised August 31, 2019


General Information

The JKASNE is the official journal of the Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education. The JKASNE is aimed to post research results that were handled in the fields of theory, practice and education of Nursing. The publication can be made in the forms of review, original articles and case type, and other related articles could be posted by the decision of the editing committee.
This journal shall be published 4 times a year (on February, May, August, and November). Manuscripts should be prepared for submission to the JKASNE according to the following instructions.

Research and Publication Ethics

Theses contributed to this journal shall be prepared while observing the following ethics regulations that are based on the International Standards on Publication Ethics. For the policies on the research and publication ethics not stated in this instructions, International standards for editors and authors can be applied from following organizations: Committee of Publication Ethics (http://publicationethics.org/international-standards-editors-and-authors); Council of Science Editors (CSE, http://www.councilscienceeditors.org); International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE, http://www.icmje.org); and Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors (KAMJE, http://www.kamje.or.kr).

1. Informed consent and the approval of the institutional review board

If research is conducted on humans, in principle, in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki, the theses shall fully explain the purposes of the research and the mental and/or bodily harms which may take place to the patients or guardians who participate in research and clarify that a written consent is given for the participation. If needed, the editorial committee can request the submission of written consents and approval letters of ethics committee.

2. Institutional animal care and use committee

If researched is conducted on animals, in principle, the theses shall describe such actions that were taken to reduce the troubles and inconveniences of laboratory animals and shall clarify that experiment processes have not violated regulations of institutional review board (IRB) and/or the NIH Guidelines for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. If needed, the editing committee can request the submission of written consents and approval letters of ethics committee. Editors use the COPE Flowcharts for following COPE's code of Conduct and implementing its advice when faced with cases of suspected misconduct.

3. Authorship

  • 1) The Corresponding Author must submit a completed Author Consent Form to the editorial office of the JKSANE with manuscripts. All authors must sign the Author Consent Form.According to the International Committee on Medical Journal Editor (ICMJE), an author is defined as one who has made substantial contributions to the conception and development of a manuscript.
  • 2) Adhere to the ICMJE guidelines (http://www.icmje.org) which state that “authorship credit should be based on all of the following: 1)substantial contributions to conception and design of the study, or acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data; 2)drafting the article or advising it critically for important intellectual content; and 3)final approval of the version to be published”. All other contributors should be listed as acknowledgments.

4. Falsification and plagiarism

The journal shall not carry such theses as have been involved in the following unfair practices:

  • 1) Forgery: recording or reporting materials or research outputs which have been falsified
  • 2) Alteration: manipulating research materials, equipment or processes and/or changing or omitting materials or research outputs, so as to render research records untrue
  • 3) Plagiarism: appropriating others’ ideas, processes, outputs or records in an unauthorized manner

5. Originality and duplicate publication

Only original theses can be contributed to and/or carried out by the journal.

  • 1) Such manuscripts as those that have been carried by or are being contributed to other academic journals cannot be contributed to this journal and vice versa.
  • 2) For the journal to carry any duplicated theses is not allowed regardless of whether part or all of them have been published, printed, recorded and/or registered in an academic journal in other languages, electronically or otherwise.
  • 3) The author can have his/her manuscripts which have been carried in this academic journal to be duplicated in other languages, only after the editing (or, publishing) committee chiefs of both academic journals approve it.
  • 4) Whether or not a duplicated thesis is carried shall be decided by the editing committee, which is to review the contents of manuscripts.

6. Conflict-of-Interest statement

Conflict of interest exists when an author or the author’s institution, reviewer, or editor has financial or personal relationships that inappropriately influence or bias his or her actions. Such relationships are also known as dual commitments, competing interests, or competing loyalties. These relationships vary from being negligible to having a great potential for influencing judgment. Not all relationships represent true conflict of interest. On the other hand, the potential for conflict of interest can exist regardless of whether an individual believes that the relationship affects his or her scientific judgment. Financial relationships such as employment, consultancies, stock ownership, honoraria, and paid expert testimony are the most easily identifiable conflicts of interest and the most likely to undermine the credibility of the journal, the authors, or of the science itself. Conflicts can occur for other reasons as well, such as personal relationships, academic competition, and intellectual passion (http://www.icmje.org/conflicts-of-interest/). If there are any conflicts of interest, authors should disclose them in the manuscript. The conflicts of interest may occur during the research process as well; however, it is important to provide disclosure. If there is a disclosure, editors, reviewers, and reader can approach the manuscript after understanding the situation and the background of the completed research.

7. Process to manage the research and publication misconduct

When it is found that ethics regulations have been violated, the editing committee has the authority to take appropriate actions for rejection. If duplicate publication related to the papers of this journal is detected, the authors will be announced in the journal and their institutes will be informed, and there will also be penalties for the authors.

8. For details not specified here, refer to the research and publishing ethics recommended by the Council of Science Editors (CSE, http://www.councilscienceeditors.org), International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE, http://www.icmje.org), and Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors (KAMJE, http://www.kamje.or.kr).

Submission and Review System

1. Types of Manuscripts

This journal publishes original research, theory, and review papers on nursing and nursing education.

2. Authors qualifications

  • 1) All authors of paper should be the members of the Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, unless they are non-Korean authors.
  • 2) Any master’s degree or doctoral degree thesis must be clearly indicated as such and reviewed by board member of the Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education. The degree holder must be the 1st author of the material submitted for publication. Any master's degree or doctoral degree thesis only permits inclusion of a major professor as collaborated or corresponding author.
  • 3) Manuscript submission is limited to a thesis for which the research data collection was conducted within the last five years.

3. Submission and peer review process

i. Type of peer review: Double-blind review

ii. Submission

All forms (the author’s checklist, copyright transfer agreement, and disclosure of conflicts of interest) are available on the websites of the journal (http://www.jkasne.org) and the Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education (http://www.kasne.or.kr). All authors should print their names and sign the copyright transfer agreement and conflict of interest disclosure form.

iii. Double-blind peer review process

  • 1) Manuscripts which do not meet the submission requirements will not be processed for peer review. A manuscript is first reviewed for its format and adherence to the aims and scope of the journal. If the manuscript meets these two criteria, it is dispatched to three investigators in the field with relevant knowledge. Before reviewing, all submitted manuscripts are inspected by Similarity Check powered by iThenticate (https://www.crossref.org/services/similarity-check/), a plagiarism-screening tool.
  • 2) Peer review for submitted manuscript is conducted by 3 review board members. The authors’ names and affiliations are removed during peer review (double-blind peer review).
  • 3) After reviewing a manuscript by review members, editing board member reviews the manuscript. At that time, the editorial board member finds that requested corrections were not fully made, the board member request re-correction. Assuming the manuscript is sent to reviewers, the Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education waits to receive opinions from all reviewers. After then, the editor-in-chief of the JKASNE makes a final decision on manuscript publication based on the reviewers’ critiques and recommendations, as well as the scientific merits of the manuscript.
  • 4) The acceptance criteria for all papers are based on the quality and originality of the research and its scientific significance. Acceptance of the manuscript is decided based on the critiques and recommended decision of the reviewers. An initial decision is normally made within 2 weeks of receipt of a manuscript, and the reviewers’ comments are sent to the corresponding author by e-mail. The corresponding authors should provide a complementary revision, and the revised manuscript along with the complementary revision record should be submitted by online paper acceptance system within 2 weeks. Corrected contents according to the indications of review board members are listed by category and indicated the corrected portion. If a further revision period is required, the author should contact the editorial office. Paper revision that is required for the printing of the manuscript is done by authors. A final decision on acceptance/rejection for publication is forwarded to the corresponding author from the editor.
  • 5) Publication fees, review charges, and special edition fees and the printing fee for each volume of the paper should be charged to the authors according to the journal guidelines.

iv. Peer review process for handling submissions from editors, employees, or members of the editorial board.

All manuscripts from editors, employees, or members of the editorial board are processed same to other unsolicited manuscripts. During the review process, submitters do not engage in the selection of reviewers and decision process. Editors do not handle their own manuscripts although they are commissioned ones.

Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation

General information

1. Manuscripts should be written in Korean or English with an abstract (200-word maximum) written in English.

2. Manuscripts should follow the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (6th edition, 2009) and the Pocket Guide to APA Style (2015).

3. Authors should remove any self-identifying citations and references.

4. Manuscripts should be no longer than 20 pages including the English abstract, text, bibliography, tables and figures. Manuscripts over 20 pages will not be accepted.

5. The style guidelines are the following:

  • Use A4-size paper.
  • Use double spacing for the cover page, abstract, text, and reference pages.
  • Use single spacing for tables and the title of tables and figures.
  • Set the leading and trailing spaces to zero.
  • Set the page margins to 25 mm for all pages.
  • List no more than 30 references.
  • Use Times New Roman font for English papers and the Shin Myeongjo font for Korean papers. Set font size to 10.
  • For English papers, align text to the left.
  • Number all pages.

6. Samples and participants: Authors should confirm the correct use of the words “sex” (when reporting biological factors) and “gender” (identity, psychosocial, or cultural factors), and report the sex or gender of study participants. If the study was done involving an exclusive population, authors should explain the reason. Authors should define how they determined race or ethnicity and justify its relevance.

7. Technical terms shall be cited from the Standard Nursing Terminology Database published by the Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, and the Medical Terminology Database (5th edition) by the Korean Medical Association.

8. Only standard abbreviations should be used. For standard abbreviations and units, refer to Citing Medicine: The NLM (National Library of Medicine) Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers (2nd edition, 2007) or https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK7256/. In the case of English abbreviations, the first mention should include the entire word followed by its abbreviation in parentheses. However, abbreviations should not be used in paper titles and abstracts.

9. When using parentheses, there should be a space between the parentheses and any English or numeric text. If the parentheses are preceded by Korean or followed by postpositions, no space is needed.

10. Drugs should be referred to using their generic names (common names). Appliances and equipment shall be mentioned with their model name, manufacturer, city (state) and nationality declared in parentheses. Such symbols as TM, ⓡ which refer to the commodity name shall not be used unless indispensable.

Manuscript composition

1. Manuscripts shall be made up of front cover, title, English abstract, text, references, table and figure, each of which shall begin on a separate page.

1) The cover page shall comprise title, research designs, author, correspondent author, other official announcements, and keywords.

  • • Research designs shall comprise review article, quantitative research, qualitative research, concept analysis, Q methodological research, and meta analysis.
  • • The authors shall comprise the family name, their place of work (association), and position of all the authors expressed in Korean and English.
  • • The corresponding author should provide the family name, address, postal code, telephone number, FAX number, and e-mail address in Korean and English.
  • • Official announcements (additional comments) shall comprise academic degree theses, the source of research funds, and other conflicts of interest expressed in Korean and English.
  • • Keywords are not to exceed 5 words.

2) English abstracts shall not exceed 200 words; titles should be on the top and sub-titles such as Purpose, Method, Results, and Conclusion, shall be consecutively described without changing lines. Keywords shall not exceed 5 words and be written at the bottom of the abstract by employing, in principle, the terms registered with MeSH (www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/MBrowser.html).

3) The main text shall comprise introduction, research method, research results, discussion, conclusion, suggestion, and references (no more than 30 items); and considering documents shall be declared only if indispensable. The said composition may be changed in the case of a qualitative research.

  • • Introduction: Describe the rationale and purpose of the research concisely and clearly.
  • • Research Method: Describe the research design, subjects, methods, data collection, and data analysis separately under subheadings in this order. Research methods should be described in detail for the possible reproduction of the research. If a well-known research method is used, list the references.
  • - If a new or modified method is used, a detailed description is necessary. Research methods should be described under the consideration of research ethics.
  • - When a research is conducted on humans, authors should confirm the correct use of the words “sex” (when reporting biological factors) and “gender” (when reporting identity, or psychosocial and/or cultural factors), and report the sex or gender of the study participants. Also the research participants should consist of both genders, but if it was done involving an exclusive population, authors should explain the rationale for determining the study participants and justify its relevance.
  • • Results: Describe the analysis and results clearly and logically. Refrain from repeating the contents of tables or figures, and summarize only important results.
  • • Discussion: The discussion section should be written based on research results while emphasizing important or new findings. Provide interpretations and application of research results, limitations, and suggestions.
  • • Conclusion and Implications: Describe final results and recommendations for future research. Refrain from repeating research methods or results.
  • • References: In the text, references should be cited in English and follow the examples listed below ‘reference citation and list’, if needed, the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (6th edition, 2009) and the Pocket Guide to APA Style (2015). If a reference has a digital object identifier (DOI), it should be supplied. The number of references is limited to 30 for original articles.

Table, Figure and Pictures

1. No more than five tables, figures, and pictures should be used, and their titles and contents should be written in English. The contents of tables and figures should not overlap, and they should be placed on separate pages.

  • • In the case of qualitative researches, when it is judged that the meaning of a table or figure cannot be well communicated in English, it may be described in Korean after the editing committee has examined and approved it.
  • • The contents of tables, figures and photos shall be easy to understand and function independently.

2. Principle for preparing tables

  • • All the lines shall be single lines and there shall be no vertical lines.
  • • The title of a table shall be declared with important words, the first letter of which shall be written as a capital letter.
    Example: Table 1. Overall Responses (Security to Insecurity) to Question Types
  • • Table shall be numbered in the order of their being cited from the text.
  • • Words whose abbreviations were used in tables should always be placed in a legend at the bottom of the table or figure even if the words have already appeared in the text. List abbreviations in alphabetical order and do not place “and” before the last abbreviation (Example: HR=heart rate; T=temperature).
  • • For footnotes in a table, the following symbols should be used in this order: *, †, ‡, §, ∥, ¶, #, **, ††, and ‡‡ (Example: †Fisher’s exact test). Symbols should be defined in the bottom left corner of the table.
  • • Place 0 before decimal points only if the number is close to 1. Otherwise, do not put 0 before decimal points (Example: F=0.76; p=.003, r=.24, R2=.61).
  • • In principle, the value of p< which refers to a significant probability shall be declared without footnotes to the third decimal point (Example: p= .002). When the value of p is .000, p<.001 shall be declared.
  • • For percentages (%), only one digit must follow the decimal point.

3. Principle of producing figures and photos

  • • The title of a figure should be placed under the figure, and only the first letter should be capitalized.
    Example: Figure 1. Mean responses to questions by student grade categories.
  • • The size of photos shall exceed 102×152mm (4×6 inches) but not exceed 203×254mm (8×10 inches) in any unavoidable cases.
  • • When there are more than one figure marked with the same number, the figures shall be expressed with an alphabet letter which follows Arabic numerals (Example: Figure 1-A, Figure 1-B).
  • • As for a microscopic photo of a tissue sample, the name, dyeing method and magnification of the tissue shall be declared.

Reference Citation & List

1. In-text citations

1) In-text citations should be in English and follow the examples listed below and, if needed, the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (6th edition, 2009) and the Pocket Guide to APA Style (2015).

2) The family name and the year of the publication of a thesis shall be declared in the following manner: Example:

(1) When the family name is written outside of the publication year,

  • • If one or two authors, all of them shall be declared each time they are cited in the text.
  • Example: Kim and Park (2016)…
  • Example: (Kim & Park, 2016)…
  • • If 3-5 authors, the family names of all of them shall be declared when they are first mentioned; and the family name of the 1st author shall be followed by ‘and others’ when the authors are repeatedly cited in a thesis.
  • Example: Kim, Chun and Choi (2014)... --- first citation
  •                     Kim and others (2014).... --- repeated citation
  • • If the authors are 6 or more, the family name of the 1st author shall be followed by ‘and others’ even if being mentioned for the first time.
  • Example: Choi and others (2007) conducted a research into the incontinence of urine of adult females... first citation or repeated citation

(2) When the family name and the publication year are written inside of a parenthesis ( ), The same regulations as mention in the above shall be applied to the number of the authors in the following manner:

  • • “&” shall be declared in front of the last author.
  • Example: hospital contamination (Horam & Gaynes, 2004)Example: quality of life (Kim, Koh, & Lim, 2002)
  • • When there are three or more authors, write “et al.” after the first author.
  • Example: violence and response to violence (Kim et al., 2017)

(3) In case an author with the same family name has more than one thesis of his/hers carried in the same year, the family name and the initial letter of his/her full name shall be declared so as to prevent confusion.

Example: Emotional Stress (Barratt, J., 2005; Barratt, L., 2005) Melancholy (Kim, S. H., 2015; Kim, M. J., 2015)

3) Compound citation

(1) Compound citation of an author shall be declared chronologically while words are spaced using “ , ”; and the author name shall not be repeated in each thesis.

  • Example: (Kim, 2016, 2017)
  •                     (Woods, 2015, 2017)

(2) In case an author with the same family name has more than one thesis of his/hers carried in the same year; a, b, c and others shall be added after the year is declared, but the author shall not be repeatedly declared.

  • Example: (Kim, 2017-a, 2017-b, under publication-a, under publication-b)
  •                     (Price, 2017-a, 2017-b, in-press-a, in-press-b)

(3) In case different authors are cited for the same content in the text, they shall be declared in the order of alphabet by using “ ; ” in a parenthesis.

  • Example: researches into violence in the hospital (Kim, 2016; Park, 2016; Shin, 2016)...

(4) Authors are expressed as an organization, the name of the organization and publication year can be expressed at its first citation, and the repeated organization name is expressed in abbreviated format.

  • Example: (Korean Accreditation Board of Nursing Education [KABONE], 2016)…. At its first citation
    (KABONE, 2016)…... At its repeated citation.

2. References list

1) Documents cited in the text shall be included in Reference list. The reference list shall be declared all in English and shall not have more than 30 items. It shall be declared in the order of alphabet for the family names of the authors. Publications of the same author shall be listed in chronological order.

2) References must be written in English following the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (6th edition, 2009) and the Pocket Guide to APA Style (2015). Magazine name, book name, academic degree thesis title, report name and the volume of a magazine shall be declared in an italic style. Only the first letter of a book name shall be declared in a capital letter while the first character of each word for a magazine name shall be declared in capital letter.

3) If there are more than 6 authors, all the 6 names shall be declared with ‘et al.’ mentioned for the remainder. Example: McLaughlin, J. E., Roth, M. T., Glatt, D. M., Gharkholonarehe, N., Davidson, C. A., Griffin, L., et al. (2014).

4) Journal names shall be declared in its full name.

5) The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) should be included if the journal lists one (http://www.crossref.org).

3. Examples

1) Periodicals

(1) Declaration shall be made in the order of names of all the authors (last name, initial name), (publication year), title, magazine name (abbreviation), volume (book) number, starting page ― last page. As for a magazine, each book of which shall be started with a new page, the book number shall be declared after the volume number, but the book number shall not be declared in bibliography when the first page of each book is continued from the last page of the previous book.

  • Example: Kim, S. J., Bang, K. S., Kang, K. I., & Song, M. K. (2018). Mentoring experience of nursing students participating in a health promotion program for elementary school students. The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, 24(2), 137-148. https://doi.org/10.5977/jkasne.2018.24.2.137

(2) Journal articles

  • Example: Comstock, J. (2012, December). The underrated sense. Psychology Today, 45(6), 46-47.

(3) Newsletter articles

  • Example: Tsumura, K. (2008). Value and values today. Kenji Bi-Annual, 5(2), 5-6.

(4) Newspaper articles

  • Example: Swarns, R. L. (2012, December 9). A family, for a few days a year. The New York Times, p. 1.
  • Example: Chung, K. S. (2012, May 8). Korean male nurses state. The Korean Nurses Association News, p. 1.

2) Books: Declaration shall be made in the order of author (publication year), title (edition), and publication city: publisher name.

(1) Books

  • Example: Duckworth, A. L. (2016). Grit: The power of passion and perseverance. New York: Simon and Schuster.
  • Example: Kim, J. H. (2011). Resilience. Seoul: Wisdomhouse.

(2) Edited book

  • Warren, A. E. A., Lerner, R. M., & Phelps, E. (Eds.). (2011). Thriving and spirituality among youth: Research perspectives and futuer possibilities. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

(3) When there is no author or editor name,

  • Merriam-Webster's collegiate dictionary (11th ed.). (2005). Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.

(4) Reprinted book

  • McCoy, A. W. (2003).The politics of heroin: CIA complicity in the global drug trade-Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, Central America, Columbia (Rev. ed.). Chicago: Lawrence Hall Learning.

(5) Encyclopedia or dictionary

  • Leong, F. T. L. (Ed.). (2008). Encyclopedia of counseling (Vols. 1-4). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

(6) Translated book

  • Scheffer, P. (2011). Immigrant nations (L. Waters, Trans.). Cambridge, England: Polity Press. (Original work published 2007)

3) Theses inside of an edited book: the author (publication year). title. editor name, book name (number of pages). location: publisher.

  • McCabe, S. (2005). Psychopharmacology and other biologic treatments. In M. A. Boyd (Ed.), Psychiatric nursing: Contemporary practice (pp. 124-138). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott-Williams and Wilkins.

4) Academic degree theses: author (year), title, school from which he/she graduated, region.Mitchell, R. D. (2007). The Wesleyan Quadrilateral: Relocating the conversation (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, CA.

  • Sung, B. S. (2005). Developmental research on instructional design model for procedural learning tasks based on Goal-Based Scenario (Unpublished master's thesis). The Seoul National University, Seoul.
    Degree theses should differentiate publication and graduation years, and the publication year of the school has to be included.

5) Cited from secondary materials: It shall be declared that secondary materials are cited from primary materials.

  • Example: If Fong’s work is cited in Bertram’s, write the following in the reference list. In bibliography, Bertram, S. A. (2009). How we remember: Testing our capacity to remember. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. In the text, declaration shall be made as in the case of Fong’s research (cited in Bertram, 2009).
  • Example: In bibliography, Koh, C. K. (2007). Nursing philosophy: Foucault and cultural diversity issues in the nursing field. Journal of Korean Academic of Nursing, 37(2), 208-220. In the text, declaration shall be made as in the case of Lee’s research (cited in Koh, 2007).

6) Materials from academic meetings or symposiums (proceedings)

(1) Published symposium

  • Krinsky-McHale, S. J., Zigman, W. B., & Silverman, W. (2012, August). Are neuropsychiatric symptoms markers of prodromal Alzheimer’s disease in adults with Down syndrome?. In W. B. Zigman (Chair), Predictors of mild cognitive impairment, dementia, and mortality in adults with Down syndrome. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

(2) Materials from unpublished academic conventions

  • Karimi, S., Key, G., & Tat, D. (2011, April 22). Complex predicates in focus. Paper presented at the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Tucson, AZ.

(3) Materials from poster sessions

  • Lacara, N. (2011, April 24). Predicate which appositives. Poster session presented at the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Tucson, AZ.

7) Unpublished materials

(1) What is not contributed

  • Doe, J., & Smith, A. (2012). A study on the difficulty of getting manuscripts published. Unpublished manuscript.

(2) What belongs to a university

  • Blackwell, E., & Conrod, P. J. (2003). A five-dimensional measure of drinking motives. Unpublished manuscript, Department of Psychology, University of British columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

(3) What is under publication or what has been contributed but not yet accepted

  • Ting, J. Y., Florsheim, P., & Huang, W. (2008). Mental health help-seeking in ethnic minority populations: A theoretical perspective. Manuscript submitted for publication.

(4) Raw data from untitled researches

  • Smith, J. A. (2006). [Personnel survey]. Unpublished raw data.

8) Government periodicals and reports

(1) Periodicals

  • U.S. Transportation Department, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. (2012). Emergency response guidebook 2012. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.

(2) Government agency reports

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and blood Institute. (2003). Managing asthma: A guide for schools (NIH Publication No. 02-2650). Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.

9) Materials from homepage

(1) When the author is an institution

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2012, December 10). Concussion in winter sports. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/Features/HockeyConcussions/index.html

(2) When the author is an individual

  • Cerber, A. S., & Green, D. P. (2012). Field experiments: Design, analysis, and interpretation. Retrieved from Yale Institution for Social and Policy Studies website: http://isps.yale.edu/research/data/d081#.UUy2HFdPL5w

(3) Other web-documents

  • Nielsen, M., & Esen, M. E. (2000). Notable people in psychology of religion. Retrieved from http://www.psywww.com/psyrelig/psyrelpr.htm

10) Others

(1) If personal communication via e-mail, phone, note, or letter is used, this citation is only indicated in the text, not in the reference list.

  • Example: Meleis, I. A. (personal communication, April 30, 1993) researched into nursing theories and~
  • Example: The importance between researches and practical affairs is begun to (Meleis, I. A., personal communication, April 30, 1993).

Copyright and Creative Commons Attribution license

A submitted manuscript, when published, will become the property of the journal. Copyrights of all published materials are owned by JKASNE. The Creative Commons Attribution License available from: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ is also in effect.

Article Processing Charge

A page charge, article processing fee, and submission fee are applied. The following are the charges to the authors for publication of an article in the Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education:

• A review fee:

  • - 50,000 won for peer review when submitted. The review fee must be deposited in the corresponding author’s name, and the review process will begin after the payment is received.

• Publication fee:

  • - 30,000 won for each page up to 10th page, and if publication exceeds more than 10 pages, exceeding pages are charged with 40,000 won for each exceeding page.

• A deposit in corresponding author's name should be made to the Department of Finance of the Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education (Shin-Han Bank Account number: 110-499-384130). Any questions about the article processing charge may be made to the financial director of KASNE.

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