Writing for the JEA To submit your article please follow this link to our Sage Track manuscript submission site. Contributors will need to create a profile and include in their submission: - a Word document of their article with an indication of where the figures should be placed- the figures as separate image files (please note that images will be in grey-scale for print and colour (where applicable) online)- an anonymised pdf of their article with the images embedded for peer review If you have any queries about your submission or what to include, please contact: [email protected] If you require assistance with the Sage Track site, please see the User Tutorials here: http://mchelp.manuscriptcentral.com/gethelpnow/ Click here for: JEA Guidelines for Contributors Submitted manuscripts are subject to double-blind refereeing. Manuscripts preliminarily accepted on the basis of referees' recommendations are then revised by contributors for final submission. Accepted manuscripts are allocated to particular issues of the JEA dependent on the length of refereeing process, submission of final manuscript, and remaining availability of space in particular issues of the Journal; the decision lies with the editor. The editor will seek to include an accepted submission in the next volume in which space is available, but reserves the right to hold over an article to the following edition of the journal according to circumstance. The JEA has no formal deadline for submission. The JEA's main language is English, but it also accepts contributions in French and German, where deemed suitable. Open Access The JEA is committed to making research available as widely as possible. For details on 'gold' and 'green' OA, please refer to the guidelines of our publishing partner, SAGE Publishing. Author copies We do not provide printed complimentary copies, but you will receive a PDF of the complete issue and a separate PDF of your article.