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-Preliminary abstracts are submitted to the annual meetings of the ISSS, for initial screening and streaming into SIG (Special Integration Group) sessions or exploraoty sessions or sessions particular to that year's meeting. The content suitable for SIG sessions ranges from early concept pieces, through to completed research. See the description of individual SIGs at http://​isss.org/​world/​en/​node/​368 for more information about the topics, areas of interest, and different presentation formats for this conference.+**Guidance on the Style of Abstracts and Papers for Annual ISSS Meetings** 
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 +Preliminary abstracts are submitted to the annual meetings of the ISSS, for initial screening and streaming into SIG (Special Integration Group) sessions or exploraoty sessions or sessions particular to that year's meeting. The content suitable for SIG sessions ranges from early concept pieces, through to completed research. See [[http://​isss.org/​world/​en/​node/​368|the description of individual SIGs]] ​for more information about the topics, areas of interest, and different presentation formats for this conference.
  
 In general, your paper can address a very wide range of possible issues, concerns or academic and professional domains. It can be theoretical,​ experimental,​ or just thoughtful; can follow scientific protocol or be an application of a model to an organizational setting, and so forth. The key criteria is that it should be systemic, that is, it should clearly state linkages with principles of systems work. In that way, it should not be a work suitable for most traditional journals confined to specific academic disciplines or professions. It should work beyond traditonal boundaries or show how principles might apply to multiple disciplines or professions. In general, your paper can address a very wide range of possible issues, concerns or academic and professional domains. It can be theoretical,​ experimental,​ or just thoughtful; can follow scientific protocol or be an application of a model to an organizational setting, and so forth. The key criteria is that it should be systemic, that is, it should clearly state linkages with principles of systems work. In that way, it should not be a work suitable for most traditional journals confined to specific academic disciplines or professions. It should work beyond traditonal boundaries or show how principles might apply to multiple disciplines or professions.
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