Instructions to Authors: Full Papers
We request that authors adhere to the following guidelines as they prepare full written papers for double-blind review. Authors should note that papers not conforming to these basic guidelines will not be forwarded to referees for review.
Full Papers are due on 15 November 2015 email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Papers are to be a maximum of 4,500 words including notes and quotations, but excluding abstract (see below).
Papers are to be submitted as a single MS Word document with all page margins set to 2cm and paragraph format to double spacing. Please use UK English throughout (using the Oxford English Dictionary as a reference where necessary). Please use 12-point Times New Roman font for all purposes, with no bold or underlined text, and with italics used for source titles in references and only sparingly in the body of the text for emphasis. New paragraphs should be marked by a double return without indentation.
Please save the file with the first author’s surname followed by _UHPH16_FP (eg): Bosman_UHPH16_FP
Quotations of more than three lines are to be indented by 1cm. In-line quotations should use “double quotation marks” with “single ‘quotation’ marks” for embedded quotations or emphasis.
Please begin all documents with a page that includes the paper’s title, author/s and affiliation/s, as well as full contact details (including a telephone number where the lead author may be reached). Separate this page from page two with a page break. Please head page two with a title and an indented abstract of between 250 and 300 words; author names should not appear on this page.
Please include no more than 6 images, embedded as low resolution images in the Word document. Securing permissions and paying all fees for reproducing images will be the responsibility of the author. Authors of all illustrated papers will need to supply copies of permissions to the editors prior to final publication. Permissions need not be proven for the November submission.
References and Captions:References are to be formatted according to the Harvard style as shown below. Authors are to remove all extraneous formatting from endnotes produced with the aid of EndNote.
McCarthy, L. and Ashton, P. 1996. Greening oral history? Investigating social value in the environment. Oral History Association of Australia Journal, 18 (Reworking the Words), 47-51.
MacLeod, G. 2011. Urban politics reconsidered: Growth machine to post-democratic city? Urban Studies, 48(12), 2629-2660.
Allen, J., 2003. Lost Geography of Power. Malden: Blackwell.
Fincher, R. and Iveson, K., 2008. Planning and Diversity in the City: Redistribution, Recognition and Encounter. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
Buttimer, A. and Seamon, D., eds., 1980. The Human Experience of Space & Place. London: Croom Helm.
Bloomer, J., 1991. Toward desiring architecture: Piranesi's collegio. In: Kahn, A. ed. Drawing/Building/Text: Essays in Architectural Theory. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 43-62.
Forster, C. and McCaskill, M., 1986. The modern period: Managing metropolitan Adelaide. In: Hutchings, A. and Bunker, R. eds. With Conscious Purpose. Adelaide: Wakefield Press & RAPI (SA Division), 85-108.
Burton, P. and Bosman, C., Constructing Gerotopia: The impacts of age-segregated communities on the Gold Coast. Fifth State of Australian Cities Conference, 29 November - 02 December 2011, University of Melbourne.
Griffin, G., The bold and the beautiful: Urban heritage and history Gold Coast style. 8th Australasian Urban History Planning History conference, 9-11 February 2006, Massey University, Wellington.
CABE, 2009. Good design: the fundamentals [online]. Available from: http://www.cabe.org.uk/default.aspx?contentitemid=2979 [Accessed 24 February 2009].
Australian Government, 2013. An Ageing Australia: Preparing for the Future. Canberra.
Queensland Government, 2010. Positively Ageless: Queensland Seniors Strategy 2010-20. Brisbane.
Bartsch, P., 2007. City of lost dreams. Courier Mail, Saturday 02 June 2007, p. 1.