The Journal of Drug Issues (JDI) was incorporated as a nonprofit entity in the State of Florida in 1971. In 1996, JDI was transferred to the Florida State University College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and the Richard L. Rachin Endowment was established to support its continued publication. Since its inception, JDI has been dedicated to providing a professional and scholarly forum centered on the national and international problems associated with drugs, especially illicit drugs. It is a refereed publication with international contributors and subscribers. As a leader in its field, JDI is an instrument widely used by research scholars, public policy analysts, and those involved in the day-to-day struggle against the problem of drug abuse.
|Amy Anderson||University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA|
|J. C. Barnes||University of Cincinnati, USA|
|Bruce Benson||Florida State University, USA|
|Khanh Bui||Pepperdine University, USA|
|Jonathan Caulkins||Carnegie Mellon University, USA|
|John K. Cochran||University of South Florida, USA|
|Eric J. Connolly||Sam Houston State University, USA|
|Heath Copes||The University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA|
|Karen Corsi||University of Colorado - Denver, USA|
|Spencer De Li||University of Macau, China|
|Matt DeLisi, Ph.D.||Iowa State University, USA|
|Abby Fagan||University of Florida, USA|
|Jason Ford||University of Central Florida, USA|
|Jamie Gajos||University of Alabama, USA|
|Christine E. Grella||University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|Joseph R. Guydish||University of California, San Francisco, USA|
|Dan Mears||Florida State University, USA|
|Zofia Mielecka-Kubien||Karol Adamiecki University of Economics, Poland|
|Michael L. Prendergast||University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|Helene Raskin White||Rutgers University, Center for Alcohol Studies, USA|
|Michael D. Reisig||Arizona State University, USA|
|Judith A. Richman||University of Illinois at Chicago, USA|
|Paul Roman||University of Georgia, USA|
|Joseph A. Schwartz||University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA|
|Eric Stewart||Florida State University, USA|
|Chris Sullivan||University of Cincinnati, USA|
|Steve Tibbetts||California State University, San Bernardino, USA|
|Chad R. Trulson||University of North Texas, Denton, USA|
|John Wright||University of Cincinnati, USA|
|Kevin M. Beaver||Florida State University, USA|
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jodi
Manuscripts should not exceed 30 pages of text. Prepare text in Times New Roman 11 point type. Manuscripts should be double spaced, including references. Do not use automatic endnote function in your word processing program. Endnote marks in the text should simply be superscripted numbers, and notes should be typed separately at the end of the text. For reference on style, see the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. Sample articles formatted according to JDI’s style guidelines may be viewed here. Manuscripts will not be accepted until they are formatted correctly.
For International Authors: English Language Refinement and Editing
JDI receives many submissions from authors that are non native English speakers. Unfortunately, many of these manuscripts must be rejected outright because they are difficult for reviewers to understand. We strongly encourage authors for whom English is a second language to seek help from professional editing services before submitting their manuscripts, which will greatly increase chances of acceptance. For useful resources and information, please see <http://www.sagepub.com/journalgateway/engLang.htm>.
Abstracts and Biographical Sketches
An abstract not to exceed 150 words and biographical sketches not to exceed 50 words for each author should be provided.
Submit a short running title of no more than 55 characters, including spaces.
First level headings should be bold and aligned left. Second-level headings should be italicized and aligned left. Third-level headings should be italicized and indented:
The reference list should be formatted according to American Psychological Association (APA) and JDI style guidelines. All references should be complete. JDI’s style requires including the names of all authors, full titles of periodicals and books, and volume and page numbers.
Tables and Figures
Tables should be prepared in Times New Roman 10 point type. Table notes should be prepared in Times New Roman 9 point type. A location in the text for each table and figure should be indicated (e.g., “Table 1 about here”), and tables should appear after the reference list.
To facilitate anonymous review, only the title of the article should appear on the front page. Names, affiliations, complete mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and fax numbers of all authors should be included on a separate cover page. Authors should keep a copy of their manuscripts.
Journal of Drug Issues (JDI) possesses the exclusive right of original publication. While authors are permitted unlimited use of their articles, copyright of the collected work is held by JDI. Requests for permission to reprint an article should be submitted in writing to JDI. Statements and opinions expressed in the articles herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily express those of the publisher or editors of JDI.
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