The Journal of Sex Research (JSR) is a scholarly journal devoted to the publication of articles relevant to the variety of disciplines involved in the scientific study of sexuality.
Isigqi samler her en serie billeder, der er taget i 2014 i løbet af de seks måneder, Namsa Leubas boede i Johannesburg i Sydafrika.
Selvom Leuba arbejdede på flere længerevarende projekter, mens hun var i Sydafrika, består denne serie af "fraklippene" fra de billeder, hun tog, mens hun rejste rundt i landet.
Authors will enter pertinent information into the system and submit the following files: (a) cover letter file (see description below); (b) title page file that includes authors’ names, affiliations (institutional and departmental), and addresses, e-mail, fax, and phone numbers of the corresponding author, as well as 4-5 key words, and any acknowledgments.
When uploading this file, select the ‘‘Title Page and Acknowledgments’’ File Designation from the drop-down menu; (c) main document file (Word format), including the abstract, all text, references, footnotes, and appendixes; (c) figures and tables, which should be submitted as separate files. As part of the submission process, authors will also be asked to provide a suggested running head (an abbreviated title) that should not exceed 50 characters including spaces.
The JSR audience is researchers and practitioners in the fields of psychology, sociology, education, psychiatry, communication, and allied health.JSR can be found by accessing the Taylor and Francis Publishing website at Please log on to for information and instructions regarding registration and manuscript submission.