please find a link to a recent research paper (currently under peer review for a journal)- may be helpful in terms of the detail above...and a bit more info too
I hope you can access the paper. ALL comments welcome (be grateful for that).
Could you give me the name of the journal that your paper will most probably be published. I would like to cite this paper in my assignment, but according to the referencing guide for prepublication journal articles, I need to state where it would be published. Thank you.
oh my! 'Could you give me the name of the journal that your paper will most probably be published.'
Not sure it will be published, one can never be sure about that. However, there is associated nomenclature for your question:
if a research paper is under review then in your ref (main body) you just need names of author then bracket (under review instead of date-need page number as well if direct quote).
In the ref list (APA/Harvard) you ref as normal but instead of a date in brackets you again include (under review). If the paper has been accepted...not in this case at the mo..but might be useful to know...you place in brackets (in press) instead of under review in the above cases.
The Journal name is:
Journal of Educational Technology and Society: http://www.ifets.info/
On another note, the work has been accepted for a conference presentation in the UK, this Autumn.
Here are the details for that:
Thank you Dawn. All the best with you paper.