FOR STUDENTS / ACADEMICS
e-International Relations is a website. So, you should reference our content in line with your institutional guidelines for referencing website articles. Regardless of the exact referencing format you are using (MHRA/Author Date etc..), you should always include:
the full author name
the full article title
the date of publication
the publisher (e-International Relations)
the full article URL.
you should also add: [date accessed]
We actively encourage lecturers / professors / tutors to use e-IR’s Articles and Publications in course kits/reading materials. We specify no restriction for the use and dissemination of our content for student learning materials, so long as ‘e-International Relations (www.e-IR.info)’ is clearly listed as the publisher.
If you have further questions about using our materials as teaching tools, please contact us.
FOR REPUBLISHING ONLINE
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FOR REPUBLISHING IN PRINT
For noncommercial and creative commons licensed print publications, this falls under the same stipulations as republishing online (above). However, if you intend to republish in a commercial publication / book (etc) – please contact us and we will pass your request to the author. In these instances it will be entirely up to the author whether to respond to your invitation and e-IR will play no role in the decision. If publication occurs in any print format, it must contain a link to the content’s original publication page on e-IR.
e-IR’s Edited Collections and Publications are registered with the following ISSN number: ISSN 2053-8626