Home and Family (Angelaki)

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If a 10% sample is needed, then the first 10% of the random numbers will indicate who will be the focus of the research. LUO Kanglong, Co-Chair (Confirmed) The Organizational Committee of the Conference consists of the following scholars: Professor ZHONG Jianpin, Chair (Vice President of Jishou University, Confirmed) Professor ZHANG Jijiao, Co-Chair (Confirmed) Professor SUN Jianfu, Co-Chair (Confirmed) Professor JIANG Caifang, Co-Chair (Confirmed) Professor David Smith, Co-Chair (Confirmed) Professor TIAN Guang, Co-Chair (General Secretary for the Conference, Confirmed) Qualified conference papers will be published in the following double bland peer-reviewed academic journals in addition to the conference proceedings: Special Issues on Business Anthropology, The Anthropologist, SSCI indexed Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Cabell Directory listed American Journal of Management, Cabell Directory listed Journal of Management Policy and Practice, Cabell Directory listed Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, Cabell Directory listed International Journal of Business Anthropology, Cabell Directory listed International Journal of China Marketing, Cabell Directory listed Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, Cabell Directory listed The format of the paper: GENERAL FORMAT SETUP: Produced in MS-Word 95 or greater (or equivalent), please no pdf. 1 inch margins on all sides 8.5” x 11” paper size, not A4 Single spacing, from beginning of document One space after all punctuation Times New Roman, 12 pt. font Full justification except where noted Do not page number Do not use footnotes or endnotes.

Pages: 208

Publisher: Angelaki (November 16, 1995)

ISBN: 1899567038

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