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GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING A SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE FOR PRINTING IN THE SCIENTIFIC MONOGRAPH 2024

TECHNICAL RECOMMENDATIONS

Only works that meet the following criteria will be accepted for publication!

We only accept scientific articles of an original nature that have not been published or submitted for publication in another journal, monograph or collective work. This also applies to articles originally published in other languages.

In order to counteract unethical publishing practices, a special anti-plagiarism system is used in editorial work. Plagiarism, ghostwriting and guest authorship prove the author’s scientific unreliability, are considered unethical and are not accepted. Any detected cases of scientific misconduct will be disclosed and the article concerned withdrawn from publication.

FIRST PAGE 

– on the first page the following should be specified in the prescribed order:

THE AUTHOR’S FIRST NAME AND LAST NAME

ORCID number:

Affiliation: university/institution, country

The TITLE

Abstract (max up to 500 graphic characters)

Please note: abstract should include: Purpose, Methods, Results, Conclusions of research paper!

Keywords: keyword1, keyword2…(up to 5)

MAIN TEXT

(in English Language)

(min. 20 000 graphic characters with spaces)

Please pay attention to the quality of translation

of text in English. Linguistic accuracy is the responsibility of the authors!

The text should contain an introduction, a main text (divided into any number of chapters) and a conclusions!

1. HEADLINE of 1st DEGREE (font 12, space before 24, after 18 pt.)

1.1. HEADLINE of 2nd DEGREE (font 11, space before 18, after 12 pt.)

This text is the model: font size 11 pt. (Times New Roman) and Line Spacing Single.

FOOTNOTES

Bibliographic descriptions and source references should be given in traditional notation.

Titles, surnames and first names of the authors of studies that are originally written in non-Latin alphabets (e.g. Cyrillic, Greek, etc.) should be provided in the bibliographical data of the cited publication in transliteration into the Latin alphabet.

Citations and paraphrases should be ended with a superscript number referring to the footnote1. The footnote should include accurate bibliographical data. They are to be placed at the bottom of the page in a continuous, numerical manner according to format:

Author (name initial Surname), Title, Publisher, Place and year of publication.

All sources included in the footnotes should be placed in the final list of bibliographies in alphabetical order, including Internet sources (with the specification of the www address and the date of access to the source).

References to sources in parentheses in the text will not be accepted.

REFERENCES

List of literature is obligatory. It should be listed in alphabetical order, according to the authors’ names. The maximum amount of references is 15. The self-citing should be maximum 10 %.

Examples of footnotes and bibliographies:

BOOK

– footnote

A.K. Zawadzka, Ekonomia dla opornych, Dom Wydawniczy Hekla, Warszawa 2016, pp. 15–20.

references list

Zawadzka A.K., Ekonomia dla opornych, Dom Wydawniczy Hekla, Warszawa 2016.

COLLECTIVE WORK/EDITED BOOK

– footnote

P. Płoszajski (ed.), Społeczna odpowiedzialność technologii, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warszawa 2016, pp. 15–20.

references list

Płoszajski P. (ed.), Społeczna odpowiedzialność technologii, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warszawa 2016, pp. 15–20.

CHAPTER IN COLLECTIVE WORK

footnote

G. Aniszewska-Banaś, Percepcja wobec wirtualizacji świata – zmiana kodów postrzegania, [in:] Społeczna odpowiedzialność technologii, P. Płoszajski (ed.), vol. 1, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warszawa 2016, pp. 33–43.

reference list

Aniszewska-Banaś G., Percepcja wobec wirtualizacji świata – zmiana kodów postrzegania, [in:] Społeczna odpowiedzialność technologii, P. Płoszajski (ed.), vol. 1, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warszawa 2016, pp. 33–43.

ARTICLE IN THE JOURNAL

– footnote

T. Biłyk., Holokracje – empowerment w organizacji, „Edukacja Ekonomistów i Menedżerów” 2016, no 1, p. 157.

– reference list

Biłyk T., Holokracje – empowerment w organizacji, „Edukacja Ekonomistów i Menedżerów” 2016, no 1, p. 157.

INTERNET SOURCES

A full link to the source should be provided, not just a generic website address.

(access: day.month.year)

– footnote

E. Branny-Jankowska, Cybertekst. Interpretacja. Metodologia, http://www.techsty.art.pl/magazyn/magazyn7/cybertekst/eDp03.html (access: 15.12.2017).

– reference list

Branny-Jankowska E., Cybertekst. Interpretacja. Metodologia, http://www.techsty.art.pl/magazyn/magazyn7/cybertekst/eDp03.html (access: 15.12.2017).

Author’s note:

academic degree/title, first and last name

A short note about the author

e-mail 

THE ILLUSTRATION MATERIAL

Max 4 pages are intended for illustrations. Illustrations and figures should be numbered. Make sure the size of lettering within figures is big enough. The text should include references to all figures.

The article may contain author’s illustrative materials or unprocessed non-author’s materials placed under quotation rights, necessarily specifying the author or source for each quoted illustration.

All figures and images is preferable to be prepared in GREYSCALE!

Images should be in a separate file.

Bit graphics (e.g. scans of photographs, all kinds of pictures from digital cameras

or collections)

– picture resolution – at least 300 dpi!

– format TIFF, JPEG

Please note!

Please, do not provide us graphic files downloaded from the Internet because the picture resolution of such files is very small  (72 dpi), which makes it impossible to print them properly (the required resolution is 300 dpi).