Radical Statistics: Editor’s page

The Radical Statistics Journal (or Newsletter) is published two to three times a year in sequential editions. Contributions in the form of articles, reviews, letters and brief notices that support the aims of Radstats are welcome. The list of subject headings gives an indication of the range and variety of topics that are considered relevant.

Contributions to Radical Statistics

All readers are invited to make contributions, which may be brief notices, detailed articles, letters or reviews. Detailed articles should normally be between 4,000 and 5,000 words in length. Contributions should be sent to the editor, preferably via e-mail attachment (a rich text format file) or by post on a CD if possible, using Wordperfect, Microsoft Word, or ASCII text but including a printed version with full contact details. Ideally use 1″ margins, Bookman Old Style 13 pt for text, 18 pt bold for subheadings, 18 pt italics for your name, and 24 pt bold for the title. Graphs, charts and diagrams should be clearly printed and their position in the article should be indicated. The Harvard system should be used for referencing. Articles will be subject to minimal editorial changes and will usually appear in the next Issue after receipt. If you have any queries, please contact the Editors.

Refereed articles

If you wish to have your article refereed before publication, please state this clearly and send it via e-mail attachment if possible (as a rich text format file). Your article will be read for clarity and relevance to the concerns of Radical Statistics; amendments to improve the article may be required by the editors before publication as a refereed article.

Current Editors (2014):

Roy Carr-Hill
Centre for Health Economics
University of York
York YO10 5DD
Trude Sundberg
School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (SSPSSR)
University of Kent
Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NF

Book Editor: Larry Brownstein

143 Otley Road
Leeds,  LS6 3PX

Editors can also be jointly reached by emailing editors@radstats.org.uk.

ISSN: 0268 6376

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