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Guidelines for Manuscript Format

 

Last amended by the editorial board of National University of Kaohsiung Law Journal according to the decision content on 17 Jan. 2012

 

Article 1

Order for titles: 

For manuscripts in Chinese, order for titles of chapters and section must be arranged as: “壹、一、(一)1. 1 A. a.” and other layers of titles.

 

Article 2

Use of modern punctuation:

For manuscripts in Chinese, the titles of books, periodicals, long form music, dramatic works, artworks, etc. shall be quoted by double caret《》; the titles of papers, essays, short form music, chapters, etc. should quoted by single tip〈〉. Joint using books and articles, punctuating article titles can be omitted, such as:《莊子天下篇》

 

Article 3

Paragraphs and citations:

1. From the start of each paragraph in the text, there shall be blank of two spaces prior to the first word of the first line.

2. Direct quoting the original, the essay text can be tracked into the article, but extra quotation marks are required.

3. For longer and independent citations, three shall be blank of three spaces before the first word of each line; no extra quotation mark is required. 

 

Article 4

For the coordination of the style, notes shall be on the same page with the text (footnote).

Note citation format is as follows:

1. For notes in Chinese or Japanese, the format must be arranged by the following order: author’s name, translator’ name, publishing year, title of article, editor, title of book, edition number (In case of having presented the publishing year, the edition number not have to state.), page number cited, publishing place and publisher. Use commas to separate each items.

(1) The title of the article shall be quoted as  

, while the title of book shall be quoted as
Main Title: Subtitle.

(2) When citing to books, terms, and page numbers, please number them in Arabic numerals, such as: 372期,頁55-57 

(3) When citing to the immediately preceding note, use “Id. at ○(page)”. When citing to a not immediately proceeding note, type the author’s name and use “supra note ○, at ○, at (page)”. 

(4) The constitutional interpretation by grand justices, legal provisions, administrative orders etc. are free of giving dates or reference.

(5) Other format examples are as follows:

(a) Books: 謝在全(2004),《民法物權論(上)》,修訂三版,頁26-32,台北:作者自版。Explanation: it not necessary to present the edition number for the first edition; the page number stated on the note refers to the citation page (hereafter the same)

(b) Translated articles: Eberhard Schmidt-Aßmann著,林明鏘譯(2002),〈憲法理念對行政訴訟之影響〉,翁岳生教授祝壽論文集編輯委員會編,《翁岳生教授七秩誕辰祝壽論文集:當代公法新論(下)》,頁376-378,台北:元照。

(c) Periodical papers:黃榮堅(1999),〈交通事故責任與信賴原則〉,《月旦法學雜誌》,50 期,頁179

(d) Essay:  陳猷龍(2008),〈台灣法學教育改革之方式〉,台灣法學會主編,《台灣法學新課題(六):紀念林山田教授》,頁11,台北:元照。

 (e) Academic thesis: 王皇玉(1995),《醫療行為於刑法上之評價-以患者知自我決定權為中心》,頁30,國立臺灣大學法律學研究所碩士論文。The full name of the unit which the thesis sourced from shall be addressed (including the name of the school and the faculty).

(f) Papers from academic conference: 張永明,〈歐洲媒體法回覆權之研究〉,國際財經法學新趨勢學術研討會,高雄大學財經法律學系等主辦,2010429,頁44

(g) The constitutional interpretation by grand justices: 大法官釋字第499號。

(h) Legal provision: 刑法第321條第1項第2款。

(i) Administrative interpretation: 內政部(99)台內地字168457 號函。

(j) Court decision: 台灣高等行政法院96年度判字第5

(k) Resolution of court conference: 最高法院85年度第12刑事庭決議(07/02/1996)。

(l) Government gazette: 立法院公報處(2006),〈立法院第6 屆第3 會期衛生環境及社會福利、司法兩委員會第2次聯席會議紀錄〉,《立法院公報》,9529期,頁5-42

(m) Newspapers: 聯合報(12/01/2007),酒女命案 高校生求重刑,C2 版。

(n) Websites: 行政院衛生署,http://www.doh.gov.tw(最後瀏覽日:11/06/2006

2. When citing to foreign literature in notes:

  Please clearly state the author’s name, the title of the book or article, the source (such as the name of the journal and the issue number), the publishing detail, page, year, etc. For other formats, please follow the customs of that foreign country. Examples are as follows:

1.   English:

(a) Books: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Title of book, Page number cited (Publishing year).

 The book’s title shall be capitalized.

Example: Ralph L. Holsinger & Jon Dilts, MEDIA LAW, 150 (3rd ed. 1994).

(b) Periodical papers: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Paper’s title, Full name of periodical, 

Page number cited (Publishing year).

 Please present the paper’s title in italics.

Example: Bruce Ackerman, Robert Bork Grand Inquisition, 99 YALE L. J. 1410, 1422-1425(1990).

               (c) Websites:

                  If the internet source has both the printed and website versions, the note format should be as follows:

Example: Richard B. Alley et. al., A Report of Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Summary for Policymakers 10 (2006) , available at

http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment- report/ar4/wg1/

ar4-wg1-spm.pdf. (last visited 11/23/ 2011).

If the internet source is only available on website, the note format should be as follows:

Example: Office of Attorney General-Public Nuisance Litigation, at http://oag.ca.gov/

environment/ (last visited 12/16/2011).

(d) Citing a previous note:

When citing to the immediately preceding note, use “Id. at ○(page)”.

Example: Id. at 235.

When citing to a not immediately proceeding note, type the author’s name and use “supra note ○, at ○, at (page)”

Example: Daniel A. Farber, supra note 115, at 175.

2.   German:

(a) Books: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Title of book, Edition number, Publishing year, Page number cited (If paragraph number is cited, please note Rn. 51).

Example: Gustav Radbruch, Rechtsphilosophie, 8. Aufl., 1973, S. 51.

(b) Periodical papers: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Paper’s title, Full name of periodical and Publishing year, Page number cited.

Example: Klaus Bernsmann, Das Grundrecht auf Strafverteidigung und die Geldwäsche, StV 2000, S. 40.

(c) Essay collection books: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Essay’s name, in: Editor’s surname (or Author’s surname), Book’s title, Edition number, Publishing year, Page number cited (If paragraph number is cited, please note Rn .57 ff.).

Example: Medicus Dieter, Der historische Normzweck bei den römischen Klassikern, in:  Medicus/ Seiler (Hrsg.), Studien in römischen Recht, 1973, S. 57 ff.

Example: Peter Badura, Das Verwaltungsverfahren, in: Erichsen (Hrsg.), Allgemeines Verwaltungsrecht, 12. Aufl., 2002, § 33 Rn. 5.

(d) Commentaries: Author’s name (first and middle names first), in: Editor’s surname (or Author’s surname), Book’s title, Edition number, Publishing year, paragraph number cited.

Example: Paul Stelkens, in: Stelkens/ Bonk/ Sachs, Verwaltungsverfahrensgesetz: Kommentar, 7. Aufl., 2008, § 10 Rn. 14.

(e) Websites:

If the internet source has both the printed and website versions, the note format should be as follows:

Example: KODA Annual Report 2000 (Copenhagen 2001); auch abrufbar unter

http://www.koda.dk (Letzter Abruf: 05/20/2003).

If the internet source is only available on website, the note format should be as follows:

Example: Markus Mayer, Modellprojekt Elektronische Fußfessel, Wissenschaftliche Befunde zur Modellphase des hessischen Projekts, abrufbar unter

http://www.markus-mayer-info.de/ Forschungaktuell23. pdf  (Letzter Abruf: 07/20/ 2011).  

(f) Citing a previous note:

When citing to the immediately preceding note, use “Ebd., at ○(page)”.

Example: Ebd., S. 235.

When citing to a not immediately proceeding note, type the author’s name (first and middle names first), “a.a.O.” note ○, at ○, at page (or paragraph)

Example: Paul Stelkens, a.a.O. (Fn. ○○), S. 858.

3.   French:

(a) Books: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Title of book ( volume number and subtitle), Edition number, Publishing detail, Publishing year, Page number cited ( or Paragraph number cited)

Example: J. CABONNIER, Droit civil, Tome 4, Les obligations, 22ème éd., P.U.F., Coll. Thémis Droit privé, 2000, p. 223.

(b) Periodical papers: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Paper’s title, Full name of periodical, Publishing year, Page number cited.

Example: R. DEMOGUE, Des modifications aux contrats par volonté unilatérale, R.T.D. civ., 1907, pp. 245-250..

(c) Essay collection books: Author’s name (first and middle names first), Essay’s name, in: Book’s title, Editor’s name (first and middle names first) or Author’s name (first and middle names first), Publishing detail, Publishing year, Page number cited ( or Paragraph number cited)

(d) Websites:
Example: ASSELIN, (M.), « ll Les blogues: de puissants outils pour faire apprendre ». Vie pédagogique,    no 140 (sept.-oct. 2006), pp. 19-21, disponible sur  http://www4.banq.qc.ca/pgq/2005/ 3034575/140.pdf (consultée le 10 novembre 2006)

Example: Asselin, Mario. «Les blogues: de puissants outils pour faire apprendre». Vie pédagogique [En ligne]. no 140 (sept.-oct. 2006), pp. 19-21. http:// www4.banq.qc.ca/pgq/2005/3034575/140.pdf (Page consultée le 10 novembre 2006)

(e) Citing a previous note:

When citing to the immediately preceding note, use Id. at page cited. Example: Id. pp. 235-264. When citing to a not immediately proceeding note, type the author’s name (first and middle names first), partial article’ title, op. cit., and paragraph or page number cited.

Example: M.-A. FRISON-ROCHE, le modèle du marché, op. cit., n°47, p.306.

 

Article 5

Referred materials:

For the convenience of readers, contributors are required to present all materials (i.e. the books and periodical papers which have been quoted in the text and notes) on the final page of manuscripts, except for laws, court decisions, news reports, and other public data. No series number is required. Chinese materials shall be at the top, then foreign materials follow (Foreign materials shall be arranged by order of Japanese, English, German, French separately.). Chinese and Japanese materials shall be arranged by stroke count of author’s name, while other foreign materials shall be arranged alphabetically by author or editor’s surname. Several materials by a single author shall be arranged by years. The format of arranging Chinese materials shall be the same with that of arranging notes. Format examples of referred materials are as follows: 

1. Chinese and Japanese:

(1) Books: 謝在全2004。《民法物權論(上)》,修訂三版。台北:作者自版。 Author’s name, book title and publishing place are separated by full points.

(2) Periodical papers: 黃榮堅(1999)。〈交通事故責任與信賴原則〉,《月旦法學雜誌》,50 期,頁178-189

(3) Essay collection books: 陳猷龍(2008)。〈台灣法學教育改革之方式〉,台灣法學會主編,《台灣法學新課題(六):紀念林山田教授》,頁1-43。台北:元照。Page numbers refer to the start and the end pages.

(4) The Chinese section of referred materials, please attach an English vision. Format examples are as follows:

(a) Books: 甘添貴、謝庭晃2006。《捷徑刑法總論》,修訂版。台北:瑞興。

Tian-Guei Gan/Ting-Huang Hsieh (2006). Criminal Law: General Principles, 2nd. ed., Taipei: Ruei-hsing.

(b) Periodical papers: 王皇玉2005。〈整形美容、病人同意與醫療過失中之信賴原則-評台北地院91 年訴字第730 號判決〉,《月旦法學雜誌》,127 期,頁50-63

Huang-Yu Wang (2005). Plastic surgery, the consent of patient and the principle of reliance in medical treatment negligence- Opinion on the criminal verdict of Taiwan Taipei District Court, Taiwan Law Review, 127, 50-63.

(c) Essay collection books: 林東茂2001)。〈信賴原則的適用範疇與界限〉,《一個知識論上         的刑法思考》,3 版,頁59-67台北:五南。

Dong-Mao Lin (2001). The applying & limitation of the principle of reliance, The criminal reflection under the science theory, 3rd. ed., pp.59-67, Taipei: Wunan.

(d) Websites: 高添富2010),《恪守醫學倫理可以防止醫療糾紛》,載於台灣法律網http:// www.lawtw.com/article.php?template=article_content&area=free_browse&parent_path=,1,2188,&job_id=84921&article_category_id=1127&article_id=38263 (最後瀏覽日05/26/2010

Tian-Fu Kao (2010). Prevention Medical Malpractice by respecting Medical Ethics, Retrieved May 26, 2010, from the website of Law TWhttp://www.lawtw. Com.

2. English

(1) Books: Author’s name (surname first) (edition number and publishing year). Title of Book. Publishing Place: Publisher.   The book’s title shall be capitalized.

Example: Glannon, Joseph W. (6th ed. 2008). CIVIL PROCEDURE: EXAMPLE AND EXPLANATIONS. New York: Aspen Publisher.

(2) Periodical papers: Author’s name (surname first) (publishing year). Paper’s title. Full name of the periodical, Issue number, Starting and ending page numbers.  Please present the name of the periodical in italics.

Example: Stern, Nat (2000). Private Concerns Private Plaintiffs: Revisiting a Problematic Defamation Category. Missouri Law Review, 65, 597-654.

(3) Essay collection books: Author’s name (surname first) (edition number and publishing year). Essay’s name. Collected in: Editor’s name, Book’s title (Publishing Place: publisher).  The book’s title shall be capitalized.

Example: Charny, David (1994). Competition among Jurisdictions in Corporate Law Rules: an American Perspective on the Race to the Bottom in the European Community. In: S. Wheeler eds., A READER ON THE LAW OF THE BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (USA: Oxford University Press).

              (4) Websites:

If the internet source has both the printed and website versions, the note format should be as follows:

Example: Alley, Richard B. et. al., A Report of Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Summary for Policymakers 10 (2006) , available at

http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment- report/ar4/wg1/ ar4-wg1-spm.pdf. (last visited 11/23/2011).

If the internet source is only available on website, the note format should be as follows:

Example: Office of Attorney General-Public Nuisance Litigation, at http://oag.ca.gov/environment/ (last visited 12/16/2011).

3. German:

(1) Books: Author’s name (surname first) (publishing year). Title of Book, Edition number, Publishing Place.

Example: Fechner, Frank (2009). Medienrecht, 10. Aufl., Tübingen.

(2) Periodical papers: Author’s name (surname first) (publishing year). Paper’s title, Full name of the periodical, Starting and ending page numbers. 

Example: Breuer, Rüdiger (1987). Rechtsprobleme der Altlasten, NVwZ, S.751-761.

(3) Essay collection books: Author’s name (surname first) (edition number    and publishing year). Essay’s name, Collected in: Editor’s name, Book’s title, Publisher, Publishing place.

Example: Knemeyer, Franz-Ludwig (1989). Rechtliches Gehör im Gerichtsverfahren, in: HdBStR, Bd. VI., § 155, Heidelberg.

(4) Commentaries: Editor or Author’s name (surname first) (Publishing year). Book’s title, Edition number..

Example: Stelkens, Paul/ Bonk, Heinz Joachim/ Sachs, Michael(2008). Verwaltungsverfahrensgesetz: Kommentar, 8. Aufl..

(5) Websites:

(a) If the internet source has both the printed and website versions, the note format should be as follows:

Example: KODA Annual Report 2000 (Copenhagen 2001); auch abrufbar unter

http://www.koda.dk (Letzter Abruf: 20/05/2003).

(b) If the internet source is only available on website, the note format should be as follows:

Example: Mayer, Markus, Modellprojekt Elektronische Fußfessel, Wissenschaftliche Befunde zur Modellphase des hessischen Projekts, abrufbar unter

http://www.markus-mayer-info.de/ Forschungaktuell23.pdf  (Letzter Abruf: 20/07/2011).  

4. French:

(1) Books: Author’s name (surname first), Title of book (volume number and subtitle), Edition number, Publishing detail, Publishing year.

Example: CABONNIER (J.), Droit civil, Tome 4, Les obligations, 22èmeéd., P.U.F., Coll. Thémis Droit privé, 2000.

(2) Periodical papers: Author’s name (surname first), Paper’s title, Full name of periodical, Publishing year, Page number cited.

Example: DEMOGUE (R.), Des modifications aux contrats par volonté unilatérale, R.T.D. civ., 1907, pp. 245-311.

(3) Essay collection books: Author’s name (surname first), Essay’s name, in: Book’s title, Editor or Author’s surname, Publishing detail, Publishing year.

Example : PAUCHARD (P.), Droit de protection sociale, in: Droit de la Sécurité sociale, J.-J. DUPEYROUX, Dalloz, 2006.

(4) Websites:

Example: ASSELIN, (M.), « ll Les blogues: de puissants outils pour faire apprendre ». Vie pédagogique, no 140 (sept.-oct. 2006), pp. 19-21, disponible sur  http://www4.banq.qc.ca/pgq/2005/3034575/140.pdf (consultée le 10 novembre 2006)

Example: Asselin, Mario. «Les blogues: de puissants outils pour faire apprendre». Vie pédagogique [En ligne]. no 140 (sept.-oct. 2006), pp. 19-21. http://www4.banq.qc.ca/pgq/2005/3034575/140.pdf (Page consultée le 10 novembre 2006)

 

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