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Book Review Submission Guidelines
Book reviews should not exceed 1,500 to 2,000 words and should be typed using double-space,
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* If you are interested in reviewing a book for the Special Issue: Performative and Relational Ontologies in Education, please email us at email@example.com with the following requirements:
- Select a book published within the past three years.
- Consider whether the book fits with the special issue theme.
- Write a short statement giving essential information about the book, including title, author, first copyright date, general subject matter, and ISBN.
- Provide a brief description of your background – current role or position, expertise in the subject area of the book, why you are interested in reviewing the book, etc.
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