Call for Papers The 7th issue of Culture, Biography & Lifelong Learning


Call for Papers

The 7th issue of

Culture, Biography & Lifelong Learning


Volume 4, Number 1. April 2018


Dear Author,

CBLL is pleased to invite you to submit your research papers for review and publication.

CBLL is a peer reviewed journal. The areas which will be discussed are Culture Education, Arts Education, Adult & Continuing Education, Lifelong Learning, Human Resource Development, Biography Research of Education, Narrative Research of Education, Informal Learning, Multi-cultural Education, Intercultural Education, and Health Education, Postmodern Education, Anthropology of Education, Cognition Research, and so on. This journal does not exclude statistics articles but targets more on theories & discourses, and qualitative researches & case studies.


Notice of Call for paper

20th December, 2017


Submission Deadline

1th March, 2018


Publication Date

30th April, 2018


The topics we address will include e. g. :

•Anthropology of Education

•Culture Education

•Arts Education

•Adult & Continuing Education

•Lifelong Learning

•Human Resource Development

•Workplace Learning

•Biography Research of Education

•Narrative Research of Education

•Informal Learning

•Multi-cultural Education

•Intercultural Education

•Health Education

•Higher Education

•Postmodern Education

•Cognition Research


 Submissions should be sent no later than the  1th March, 2018, to the Email, and formatted according to the instructions for submitting Authors as following.


Instructions for submitting Authors


Please thoroughly read the author guidelines. Note that not following the instructions and/or giving wrong citations in the submission preparation checklist will most likely lead to the rejection of a submission without further evaluation!

Submissions are accepted online only. The language CBLL is English. We accept American or British spelling and terminology, with one or other followed consistently throughout the manuscript.


Length of papers

Manuscripts should not exceed a maximum length of 10,000 words, excluding references.


Manuscript Structure

Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word. Please do not submit PDF files.

The text should be used 10 point font and Times New Roman.

All illustrations, figures, and tables should be placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.

Manuscripts should be formatted for printing on A4.



Please provide an abstract of 150–200 words giving a brief, precise overview of the manuscript.



Please provide a list of three to five keywords below the abstract. The keywords should express the content of the manuscript, as they are used for indexing purpose.



Number all sections and subsections as follows:

1.   A-Level Subhead

1)   B-Level Subhead



All figures should be numbered in one consecutive series of Arabic numerals.



All tables should be numbered in one consecutive series of Arabic numerals.



Use double quotation marks for direct quotations and single quotation marks for quotes within quotes.


Citations and Reference List

We use the author-date system (also known as the Harvard system). Detailed instructions may be found in the Chicago Manual of Style (15th edition, sections 16.97–120 and 17). Please follow the pattern of the following examples:



Cohen, Albert K. 1955. Delinquent Boys: The Culture of the Gang. New York: Free Press.

Chapter of book

Link, Bruce G., and Ann Stueve. 1994. Psychotic Symptoms and the Violent/Illegal Behavior of Mental Patients Compared to Community Controls. In Violence and Mental Disorder, ed. John Monahan and Henry J. Steadman, 137–60. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Journal article

Farrington, David P. 1987. Predicting Individual Crime Rates. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research 9:53–101.

Note that we have author first name written out in reference lists (rather than just the initial) and use headline case for all English titles of books, chapters of books, journals, and articles (other languages follow their own rules). If in doubt, please include more information rather than less.

Where available, URLs, URNs or DOIs for the references should be provided.


Text references

Without comma: (Cohen 1955)

Up to three authors, use all names: (Deane, Armstrong, and Felson 2005)

More than three authors, use et al.: (Link et al. 2009)

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