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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The text is typed in the 14th size of the font with a line spacing of 1.5; authorial accents are highlighted in italics, not underlined (everywhere except URLs); all illustrations, graphs and tables are placed directly in the text, where they should be in the table of contents (and not at the end of the document).
  • This submission has not previously been published and has not been submitted to other journals (or provide an explanation in the comments to the editor).
  • Web links in the text are accompanied by complete, correct and active (!) URLs.
  • The text meets the stylistic and bibliographic requirements set out in the Authors Guide in the section "Submission".
  • The submission file is a document in Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, RTF or WordPerfect format.

Author Guidelines

Texts sent to the editors "European Humanities Studies: State and Society", subject to the review procedure.

The article should be submitted in MS Word format. Illustrations (tables, figures, charts and graphs) should't be sent in the form of separate image files. The minimum amount of text is 12 pages. The maximum amount of text is 25 pages.

The number of co-authors is two persons. The higher number of co-authors is possible in case if the article present the results of scientific research conducted within the grants or research projects with special budget issues. Official information about it must be stated in the article and supported by the relevant documents.

Article shall be executed in accordance with the requirements of: font Times New Roman, size 14, line spacing 1.5; standard field - 2.5 cm. At the beginning of the text should be: name and surname of the author (s), article title, abstract (225 - 250 words - about 1800 characters), keywords (5-10) in English, Polish, Ukrainian, Russian as well as additional statements, edited languages ​​(in the case of special issues).

The abstract should contain: Relevance; Objective; Methods and Research Procedure; Results; Conclusions.

The article should contain: Introduction, Main text (divided into subsections - without numbering), the End (Conclusions, Recommendations, etc.), Footnotes, Bibliography (References).

References shall be made in the end of the article, in alphabetical order according to the surnames of the authors.

References provided by Cyrillic, always served in the original and in English translation or transliteration - two consecutive lists:  References (1) and Transliteration of References (2). The style of submission of the original list of references is in accordance with the current requirements of the Higher Attestation Commission / SAC. The style of presentation of the Transliterated (or translated into English) list of links - APA.

Important: transliteration of texts in Cyrillic should be carried out with the help of profile online converters, namely - from Ukrainian with the help , from Russian - with the help . You can go directly to the link, or - copy the link to another browser and use a converter.

For monographs and collections of articles bibliographic description contains: name and initial of the name of the author (or editor), year of publication in the semi-circular brackets, title of the book, edition city, publisher, for example:

        1. Bruner J.S. (2006), Kultura edukacji. Kraków, Universitas.
        2. Erikson E. (2004), Tożsamość a cykl życia. Tłum. M. Żywicki. Poznań, Wydawnictwo Zysk i S-ka.
        3. Escobar A. (1991), Planning, [in:] W. Sachs (ed.), The Development Dictionary: A Guide to Knowledge as Power. London, Zed Books.
        4. Kohlberg L., Mayer R. (2000), Rozwój jako cel wychowania, [w:] Z. Kwieciński (red.), Alternatywy myślenia o/dla edukacji. Warszawa, Instytut Badań                    Edukacyjnych.
        5. etc.

In the case of articles from the magazine, contains a bibliographic description: author's last name, initial of the name, year of publication in the semi-circular brackets, article title, journal title in quotation marks, number, for example:

1. Chutorański M. (2013), Krajowe Ramy Wysokiego Performansu? „Studia Pedagogiczne”, LXVI.
2. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz B. (2011), Zanikanie dzieciństwa w ponowoczesności i jego konsekwencje edukacyjne. Rozważania wokół koncepcji A. Avirama. „Kultura i Edukacja”, 4 (83).

Description article from the site includes: name and initial of the author's name, year of publication in the semi-circular brackets, title, web address, date of access, for example:

1. Chmielewska K. (2008), Poza granicami gatunku? Dziennik Witolda Gombrowicza. „Nauka”, nr 4, /N_408_09_Chmielewska.pdf, 21.10.2015.

References in the text are served in parentheses, indicating the author's name and year of publication, and after the colon - page (s) are cited, for example: (Smith 2012: 132).

With reference to two publications of the same author published in the same year, we write: (Smith 2012a; Smith 2012b).

When citing the work of two authors, both names are written separated by a comma, for example: (Kozlowski, Maliszewski 2014). If three or more sponsors, the name of the first write and add "et al.", for example: (Cybulski et al. 2010).

Author's notes containing comments and additions to the text, are placed at the bottom of the page and numbered consecutively.

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