Call for Papers
Special Edition, Diversity In Aquatics
The International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education (IJARE)
The International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education (IJARE) is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practices of human aquatic professionals worldwide. This peer-reviewed quarterly scholarly journal publishes significant non-competitive evidence-based human aquatic research findings, articulates unique and innovative
ideas in aquatics, challenges current practices and proposed changes, and disseminates information about the latest and best use of aquatic equipment, facilities, and practices. The journal typically does not publish articles either about nonhuman aspects of aquatics or on topics primarily focused on improving performance in competitive aquatic sports such as swimming, diving, water polo, and sailing. IJARE’s mission is to advance original empirical research as well as educational articles focusing on a wide variety of noncompetitive aquatic topics.
IJARE publishes empirical research and educational topics focusing on a variety of human noncompetitive aquatic topics including but not limited to water safety, drowning prevention, water competency, lifesaving/lifeguarding, aquatic facility design and operation, aquatic legal and risk management, aquatic recreation, and the learning and teaching of aquatic knowledge and skills to improve the quality of life through aquatic physical activity.
information about IJARE can be found at http://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/ijare/.
About the Special Issue
This special issue provides a platform to share findings from empirical research (including quantitative, qualitative, intervention or community-based studies) theoretical papers; research notes; and critical essays. Analyses of aquatic sport, water safety education policy and practices from diverse theoretical and ethodological perspectives are encouraged. Submissions concerned with aquatic physical activities and culture as related to race, socio-economics, gender, sexuality, policy, youth, and under-represented communities from both domestic and international perspectives are especially welcome.
Peer Review Policy
All submitted manuscripts to IJARE will undergo editorial screening and double-blind peer review.
Author Guidelines for Manuscript Submission:
To review the guidelines for developing and submitting a manuscript go to http://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/ijare/ and click on the specified tabs located on the left-hand side of the page. All manuscripts must be developed using the
writing style specified in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.)
Submission Details & Requirements
The deadline for manuscript submission is listed below. For the purposes of this special edition, a required 200 word (max) abstract must be submitted along with the manuscript for review. The following types of manuscripts
will be accepted for review:
The designated limits for each of the defined types of submissions include tables, references, figure captions, footnotes, end notes.
Please email Dr. Angela K. Beale, PhD, Rowan University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Further Information can be found here