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*徵稿公告:《文化:政策‧管理‧新創》期刊預計於2022年11月出版首刊,為預留相關審查及編校時程,首刊徵稿至六月底截止。創刊後持續長年徵稿,稿件採隨到隨審,誠摯歡迎國內外研究者賜稿。

《文化:政策.管理.新創》(Culture: Policy, Management, and Entrepreneurship, CPME)為台灣首個以文化政策、文化管理與文化新創領域為主軸發行的國際學術期刊,目的在提升文化政策、管理與新創領域之研究及實務應用,呈現當前國內外相關領域之重要研究發現,以逐步形成文化政策專業知識體系,促進台灣及國際文化事務全球在地知識論述之建構。

本刊強調以文化的思想、理念、哲學及價值論述為基底,重視原住民族與多元文化價值,並尋求文化與政策、管理與新創知識領域間的跨域結合,以及人文學科與政治、經濟、社會科學之間的跨學門辯證。期許透過上述學術研究的深化,促成學界、公部門、企業和社會大眾之間跨部門的開放對話,累積全球在地文化行動及倡議的知識基礎。

本刊將文化理解為一深層意義價值的詮釋,包涵藝術、美學及各種民俗技藝的形式,以及不同族群的知識、情感與歷史記憶,同時也是大眾媒體、運動休閒、節慶活動及流行文化等當代生活日常形式的聚合。以此界定本刊核心範疇包括:思想、理念與文化政策論述接合;文化制度法規、藝文機構組織營運、藝文展演策劃管理;文化非營利組織與社會治理網絡、文化資產管理、社區營造與地方創生;藝術教育、文化科技、數位網路、文化輿論、媒體與公共領域;文創經濟、文化內容產業、創業與創業精神、新創及投融資、企業文化責任與藝文社會企業;文化外交、軟實力、國際文化貿易、國際文化關係;文化統計與調查、指標、文化社會影響力評估、文化多樣性及永續發展等。

本刊由「台灣文化政策研究學會」下設之「台灣文化政策、管理與新創智庫中心」編輯發行,並由慕哲社會企業贊助。自2022年2月起全年徵稿,預定於2022年11月出版創刊。期刊接受中文、英文稿件,以電子期刊及紙本期刊雙軌方式發行,每年二刊(首刊後為半年期,於每年5月與11月固定出刊),並就國際趨勢與當代議題不定期策劃主題專刊。

本刊由國內外大學跨領域學者專家組成編審委員會,並聘邀亞洲、歐洲、美洲、紐澳等不同區域文化政策、管理、新創等學者擔任諮詢顧問,接軌國際文化政策智庫及藝術文化社群組織。期刊採行嚴謹學術同儕雙向匿名審查程序,以及全文無償開放取用(Open Access)政策,定期出版、刊載於CPME期刊網站(http://cpme.tacps.tw)、國內外電子資料庫及開放進用平台。鼓勵相關領域之原創性學術研究發表,誠摯邀請國內外研究者賜稿。

  1. 徵稿類別
    • 「研究論文」(Academic Papers):包涵具原創性研究成果之學術研究論文;針對特定研究議題專門文獻進行批判性析論之評述性論文;以及針對特定議題進行原創性分析之研究紀要。以上稿件皆進行雙向匿名學術審查,其正文(不含摘要、關鍵字及引用書目)之字數限制中文為12,000至20,000字;英文為10,000以下。
    • 「書評、藝評、展評及政策評論」(Book Reviews, Art Critiques, Curating Critiques & Policy Reviews):針對本刊研究範疇相關之學術性專書、展覽、作品及內容之學術性評論,以及文化政策議題、政府研究報告書、政策白皮書、法規與政策措施等內容之學術性評述及觀點(其正文字數限制中文為1,500至3,000字;英文為1,000至1,500字)。此類稿件除本刊主動徵稿或邀稿外,須先透過電子郵件聯繫,徵得本刊編輯同意後再行投稿,此類稿件由編審委員會進行內部審查。
    • 「論壇紀要」(Forum Notes)及「個案報告」(Case Reports):針對當代重要文化公共議題或事件,組織公開論壇批評與回應,或針對藝文企業管理、新創與藝企合作等實務性個案撰述分析性報導及評論。此二類稿件除本刊主動徵稿或邀稿外,須先透過電子郵件聯繫,徵得本刊編輯同意後,再行投稿,此類稿件由編審委員會進行內部審查。
  2. 收稿及版權
    • 作者應於投稿前確認該論文具有原創性且符合學術引用之規範。本刊所收錄稿件必須為未曾出版/刊載,不可一稿多投。
    • 文稿採用他人著作之圖、表、照片等,應取得對方授權,並依學術規範註明其來源出處,本刊不負責來稿內容之版權問題。
    • 本刊採行開放取用(Open Access)政策,兼具電子版與紙本之平行出版模式,所有收錄文稿於出版後一律對大眾開放於網頁中,鼓勵學術研究透過網路自由取得,不對使用者收取費用;出版過程中亦不向作者收取任何費用(no APC)。
    • 投稿經審查通過收錄之文稿,即無償授權予本刊以開放取用及非專屬授權方式,再授予其他資料庫業者收錄於學術資料庫中,並得為重製、公開傳輸、授權用戶下載、列印等行為,以及為符合紙本期刊或資料庫需求,進行格式之編輯。作者仍與本刊共享文稿著作財產權,得於尊重開放存取政策的原則下,將經審查通過後編排之文稿,刊載於個人或機構網站中。
    • 本刊出版之內容皆採行創用CC授權(Creative Commons License)之「姓名標示-非商業性使用-相同方式分享」(CC-By-NC-SA)條款,在標註作者姓名且不具商業性目的之前提下,允許複製、發布、重製、改作與傳播,若經重製及改作,則內容應採相同授權條款發布。
  3. 投稿方式
    • 本刊為求文稿規格一致,敬請參照本刊「撰稿體例」規範(http://cpme.tacps.tw/writing-manuscripts/)。來稿請參考徵稿啟事註明投稿類別,參考其字數上限,採電腦打字並以MS Word軟體編輯,並填妥「投稿作者資料表」,以電子郵件附加檔案方式進行投稿。來稿請至本刊聯絡信箱:cpme@tacps.tw

Call for Papers

*Thank you for choosing to submit your paper to us. Please note that the submission deadline for the first issue of Culture: Policy, Management, and Entrepreneurship will be 30th June 2022.

Culture: Policy, Management, and Entrepreneurship (CPME) is an international academic journal that seeks to promote the research and applied knowledge in the areas of cultural policy, management, and entrepreneurship. Based in Taiwan, it aims to bring about important findings locally, regionally, and globally, in order to advance critical knowledge and discourse in the field of cultural policy studies.

CPME emphasizes the integration of thoughts, ideas, philosophies, value discourses and pragmatical knowledge of cultural policy, management, and entrepreneurship. It encourages interdisciplinary dialogues between humanities and political, economic, and social sciences; as well as cross-sectorial debates among the academia, policy makers, cultural administrators, managers, and entrepreneurs.

CPME covers topics of (but not limited to): cultural thoughts and discourses of cultural policy; cultural laws and institutions, the operation of artistic organizations, curation and management of cultural events; nonprofit cultural organizations and network governance; heritage management and community regeneration; arts education; cultural and digital technology; media and cultural public sphere; creative and cultural economy, cultural entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility and social enterprises for culture; international cultural relations and cultural diplomacy; cultural statistics and evaluation of cultural impacts; and cultural sustainability.

CPME is a high quality, open access, peer-reviewed Chinese and English languages journal published dually online (http://cpme.tacps.tw) and in print by Taiwan Think Tank for Cultural Policy, Management, and Entrepreneurship (T3CPME) of Taiwan Association of Cultural Policy Study (TACPS) every May and Nov. The first issue is to be launched in November 2022. CPME is sponsored by Philo Social Enterprise. The Journal follows the standard for Ethics and Publication Malpractice set by the COPE.

CPME invites submissions of original scholarly articles from both senior figures in the field and younger scholars who wish to challenge the established knowledge practice. All articles are subject to a double-blind review process, organized by the editorial and advisory board. Members of the board includes scholars from East Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe, and the US. Article submissions (no longer than 10,000 words, in CMS Style) should be emailed, as Microsoft Word attachments, to T3CPME at cpme@tacps.tw.

Types of Submissions

  1. Academic Research Papers: CPME invites academic research papers with original findings or critical analyses of current cultural issues relevant to the journal’s scope. English articles submitted should not exceed 10,000 words, excluding abstract and bibliography. All academic research articles will have to go through a double-blind peer review procedure.
  2. Book Reviews, Art Critiques, Curating Critiques & Policy Reviews: The journal both commissions and accepts proposals of book reviews, reflections and critiques on specific art works, curations, and cultural exhibitions, as well as perspectives or reviews on cultural policies and grey literature (such as policy documents and speeches). Review articles in English are normally between 1,000 to 1,500 words. Authors are advised to have initial discussion with the Review Editor through email before sending their contributions. Review articles will be evaluated internally by the Editorial Board.
  3. Forum Notes and Case Reports: Forum notes are reflections or responses to contemporary cultural issues or events. CPME also invites analytical case reports of current practices in arts management, entrepreneurship, as well as art and business collaboration. Authors are strongly advised to have initial discussion with the Review Editor through email before sending their contributions. Forum notes and case reports will be reviewed internally by the Editorial Board.