Call for papers Jubilee publication: ICCPPC 65 years

In 2015 ICCPPC exists 65 years! It is a unique opportunity  to reflect and publish on its history, wishes for the future and on the theology of prison chaplaincy. People involved or interested in catholic prison chaplaincy are invited to send a contribution for this publication. If you want to submit an article, please do! If you know people who could have an interesting contribution, please invite them to contribute!



– A scientific article with a reflection on (an aspect of) catholic prison chaplaincy in English, French or Spanish

– The central focus of the publication willl be restorative justice

– The article consists of a maximum of 8000 words (without footnotes), an abstract (max, 100 words) and title, name, address, function of the author(s)

– Use footnotes

– The article should be send in word format to the ICCPPC SG

– Deadline is July 1, 2015

– The rights of the delivered article go to ICCPPC

– The editors have the right to refuse to publish an article.

Specific information:

Font: Times New Roman; font size: 12 points.


Main (first-level) section headings in bold; second- or third-level subsection headings


  1. Introduction
    • Problem


In the text:

The objective of this paper is the construction of a model[1] for e-tailing.


[1] In this paper, a model means the approach according  to Van der Zee (2000): “a classification of the arrangement of processes, structure, and the allocation of resources, either  within  an organization  or within  a whole  vertical  chain  of activities  in which  multiple  parties  co-operate”(p. 235).


Tabels and figures

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One author:

Williamson, O. (1985). The economic institutions of capitalism: Firms, markets, relational contracting. New York: The Free Press.

Several authors:

McDowell, M., Thom, R., Frank, R. H., & Bernanke, B. (2009). Principles of economics (2nd European ed.). Maidenhead, UK: McGraw-Hill.

Book chapter:

Arrow, K. J. (1987). Rationality of self and others in an economic system. In R. M. Hogarth & M. W. Reder (Eds.), Rational choice: The contrast between economics and psychology (pp. 201-215). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.


Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). (2010). OECD economic surveys:South Africa, July 2010. Paris: OECD


Nijkamp, P. (2009, April). A micro-simulation model for tourism e-services in cultural heritage. Paper presented at Advances in Tourism Economics 2009 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.