Journals and Papers of International Exchange in Academia



Journal Introduction

Journals and Papers of International Exchange in Academia (ISSN:2759-0526) was first introduced by JPIEA in 2023 to allow researchers to publish their academic papers.

「Journals and Papers of International Exchange in Academia」is published annually in December but papers are taken in year-round.

We use a double blind peer review system to review papers and a rolling admission in order to review papers quickly upon reception.

All approved papers will be published in a book of papers. If you wish to purchase it, please contact us.

Editorial Board


Min-Chun Chiang(Mira)

EdD of Bilingual Education , Texas A&M University , USA

Yen-Hung , Chen Ph.D

Director of Taiwan, Vietnam, Tailand Executive Management Center of Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM)


Shogo Urayama National Osaka University , Japan

Ting-Jung Kuo Master of Tourism, Sinshin University , Taiwan


Journals and Papers of International Exchange in Academia invites academicians, researchers, social workers, policy makers and other stakeholders to send your original research papers to the given format. The Issue will be published around the end of 2023 in Tokyo, Japan under the theme “Empowered Humanity: Making Knowledge, Innovation and Progress Accessible to All”.

In a world where inequality and injustice are rife, the need to empower people through sharing of resources, knowledge and capacity is imperative for progress. Empowering people to effectively respond to the emerging challenges of globalization, marginalization, conflict, discrimination, poverty and inequality through accessibility of knowledge, innovation and progress is one of the greatest challenges today. The increasing gap between the poor and rich countries, the rise of racism, the increase in global political tension, to name a few, have challenged social scientists to think more critically about how their research can contribute in an innovative way to making knowledge, innovation and progress accessible to all, not just to the privileged few.

The theme is interdisciplinary in nature and broad enough to cover a range of disciplinary areas such as education, tour-guiding, culture, languages, sociology, international relations, economics, technology, philosophy, development studies and gender studies, to name a few. Writers may provide theoretical discourses or empirical case studies revolving around the theme. Auto ethnography as a critical research methodology will be the main theme for the first issue, and it is encouraged to contribute as well.


Please read these instructions thoroughly before you begin the typesetting of your paper.

A. Formatting instructions:

1. Paper size: A4

2. Typeface:

Times New Roman throughout; 14-point and Boldface for thetitle, 12-point for the text, and 10-point for the notes.

3. Margins: 2.54cm. all around; no headers or footers.

4. Tab: 0.85 cm.

B. Abstract:

Each abstract should not exceed 200 words. For papers written in Japannese, please provide both Japannese and English abstracts; for papers written in English, please provide English abstract.

C. Text:

1. Length: 10 pages max.

2. Text: indent one tab (0.85 cm) for each paragraph; justify the right side.

3. Line spacing: 16 pt

4. Block quotations: Indent the block quotations two tabs (1.7 cm) on the left side and justify them.

5. No blank lines between paragraphs within a section.

6. Pagination: put the page number at the center/bottom of each page.

D. Footnotes:

Please use footnotes only to provide further information or discussion, not merely bibliographic information. Place the note at the bottom of the page from which it is cited.

E. References:

The following are sample formats for individual references:

1. Books-- Ellis, R. (1985). Understanding Second Language Acquisition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2. Article in a journal-- Buck, R.A. (1999). Marginalizing Grammar. English Today, 15(4), 31–35.

F. Others:

If any lack of clarity about the format occurs, please follow the specifications provided by APA or MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 6th ed. (2003).

Basically, your format of the paper should look like that of these instructions.

Thank you very much for the cooperation in typesetting the paper and your help in preparing the proceedings of this conference.

Wish you a happy writing and we look forward to receiving your final draft.

Paper formatting

Regarding the format of papers, please refer to APA paper formatting. All papers must be written in English.

E-mail address for contributors Please send your papers to:

Paper Review


A .The editorial board or scholars in related fields are responsible for reviewing papers.

B. The editor-in-chief may consult scholars in related fields for their opinions to suit each paper.

C. Papers will each be reviewed by two experts or scholars.

They will each write their commenta and make their final decision as below:

(1)Approved for publication.

(2)Minor revisions necessary but needs no further review.

(3)Major revisions necessary with additional review before publication.

(4)Refusal of publication

Paper review method