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UBLISHING PROCESS

The Editorial Team of Academic Journal of Modern Philology strives for the highest quality of scientific work. Plagiarism and fraud data are not acceptable. Non-discriminatory language is mandatory for all manuscripts.

SUBMITTING MANUSCRIPTS:

  • before submitting their manuscripts, Authors are requested to read carefully the ETHICS section at: https://ajmp.uni.wroc.pl/ethic/,

  • Authors submit their manuscripts to Academic Journal of Modern Philology electronically to: kmsi@uwr.edu.pl or to the email addresses provided at: https://ajmp.uni.wroc.pl/contact/,

  • paper submissions runs on an ongoing basis,

  • submitted manuscripts must comply with the technical, editorial and substantive requirements provided at the AJMP website.

REVIEWING MANUSCRIPTS:

  • the reviewing process lasts usually a few weeks, depending on the submitted paper and time of submission,

  • the Editor-in-Chief conducts a preliminary selection of submitted manuscripts based on the criteria of their conformity with the AJMP’s profile, technical, editorial, and substantive requirements,

  • if submitted manuscripts do not comply with the preliminary selection criteria it can be: a. sent back to the Author with a request to provide necessary adjustments or b. rejected by the Editor-in-Chief,

  • if the paper is accepted, it is submitted to a double-blind peer review procedure,

  • Editorial Board appoints the Reviewers who are expected to provide accurate, courteous, unbiased and justifiable reviews,

  • the reference version is the manuscript submitted by the Author,

  • Reviewers are supported with a Review Form which is sent to them via email,

  • Reviewers send in their recommendation for publishing the paper,

  • a positively reviewed manuscript is sent to the Author with the review content,

  • Authors implement the suggested corrections to the text if they fully agree with them,

  • if an Author accepts the comments partially or rejects them, they are obliged to respond in writing to the comments and justify their decision for each comment separately,

  • Authors electronically return the final version of their manuscripts within two-week time, unless otherwise agreed,

  • the Editor-in-Chief acquaints himself with the Author’s responses and makes final decision whether to approve the manuscript for publication, have it revised further or reject it,

  • each published volume of Academic Journal of Modern Philology receives its unique DOI number to ensure their International Standardisation and for easier identification of published articles even if the metadata URL is changed,

  • the decision about the final composition of each AJMP volume belongs to the Editor-in-Chief

  • the publication of Academic Journal of Modern Philology takes place in print and in online version (ISSN 2299-7164 / e-ISSN 2353-3218),

  • the publication is planned in the fourth quarter of the year.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS (STYLESHEET)

Before the Editors can send submitted papers for academic reviews, please make sure that they meets all the technical standards required by the Publisher.

Be so kind as to read the following requirements carefully and apply them to your manuscript:

Text format:

MS Word 97/2003 *.doc file, standard page, spacing 1,5

* If you are using a different text processor (i.e. OpenOffice, LibreOffice, Pages) please make sure that the text retains its formatting in MS Word

Font:
Times New Roman

Text structure:

the top left-hand corner of the first page includes – 12 points, single spacing:

  • author(s)’s full name,

  • affiliation: research unit, city (in the language of the text),

  • e-mail address

  • ORCID number (optional)

main body (+ font size and spacing):

  • title of the work in the language of the text (centred) – 16 points in bold, 1.5 spacing,

  • title of the work in English (centred, below the original title) – 12 points in bold, 1.5 spacing, capitalise all words except articles, prepositions and conjunctions,

  • abstract (summary) in English (centred) – 50-200 words, 12 points, centred, in English + 5–7 keywords, separate your keywords using semi-colons

  • text – 12 points, 1.5 spacing,

  • footnotes – 10 points, single spacing,

  • references (bibliography) – 10 points, single spacing,

  • articles should fit between 20,000 and 33,000 characters including spaces and references,

  • footnotes are to be placed under a regular text page, use consecutive numbering within each chapter/article

  • when referring to ranges of years, centuries, pages, etc. – use an en dash (półpauza), e.g. 1987–1999; XV–XVII, p. 23–27,

  • use http:// or https:// in all Web addresses,

  • please, do not mention page numbers as this will make the text incorrect in published layout that changes the page numbers (e.g., different binding or page size) or if it is published online, where there are no page number,

  • please do not use underlining and keep boldface to a minimum; important terms can be italicized.

tables, diagrams and illustrations

  • tables and diagrams should be numbered sequentially and their numbering along with table title should be placed below a table or a diagram,

  • diagrams and/or illustrations are to be inserted in the text as images (.ai, .eps., .cdr, .jpg, .tif,) as well as attached in a separate folder,

  • illustration parameters: 300 dpi (recommended resolution), 1MB (size of a file)

  • please do not use .png format; convert .png into .jpg format,

  • please do not use the built-in MS Word diagram drawing function,

  • authors are obliged to secure in written form any third-party copyright permissions for quotations, reprinting images, diagrams and/or tables from any work in copyright.

References:

  • all items should be listed alphabetically by authors’ / editors’ surnames,

  • do not use numbers or bullet points for indication

  • the information includes: the author(s)’s surname + a comma + a full name (do not use initials) (+ ed. or eds. if the authors edited the book) + year of publication + the title(s) + the place of publication + the publisher,

  • references within the text should include: a name, the year of publication and page(s) i.e. (Baker 2003: 24–76),

  • for translated works use square brackets for the original date of publication: (Stevenson [1975] 2001: 87–90),

  • if you wish to include a newer edition, include the date of the original work: (Brown & Smith [1999] 2004: 12),

  • the Editorial Board reserves itself the right to make amendments in the submitted manuscripts

  • please, double check whether only the cited works appear in references (bibliography) and vice versa,

  • electronic sources which include websites, emails, films, television programs, social media, podcasts, require as much information as possible (authorship, location, availability, DOI, a webpage URL, retrieved from: http://xxx, etc.); full and accurate citation is essential since, unlike fixed-media sources, online materials can easily be changed, or disappear altogether:

e.g.

Land for sale on moon. (2007). Retrieved from http://www.moonlandregistry.com on 23 Jan. 2021.

  • references to websites (not books or articles available online) should be listed in a separate section of the bibliography, entitled “Internet sources”

EXAMPLES:

Adams, Karen L., Anne Winter (1997) “Gang Graffiti as a Discourse Genre.” [In:] Journal of Sociolinguistics. Vol. 1/3; 337–360.

Adamska-Sałaciak, Arleta ([1998] 2001) “Jan Baudouin de Courtenay’s Contribution to General Linguistics.” [In:] Ernst F. K. Koerner, Aleksander Szwedek (eds.) Towards a History of Linguistics in Poland. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company; 175–208.

Adelung, Johann C. (1782) Versuch einer Geschichte der Cultur des menschlichen Geschlechts. Leipzig: Christian Gotlieb Hertel.

Aitchison, Jean (1995) “Tadpoles, Cuckoos, and Multiple Births: Language Contact and Models of Change.” [In:] Jacek Fisiak (ed.) Linguistic Change under Contact Conditions. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter; 1–13.

Bańczerowski, Jerzy (1980) “Ludwik Zabrocki as a heorist of Language.” [In:] Ludwik Zabrocki. U podstaw struktury i rozwoju języka. Warszawa: Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe; 9–27.

Boas, Franz (1930) “Anthropology.” [In:] Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. New York. Vol. 2; 73–110.

Bühler, Karl ([1934] 2004) [Sprachtheorie. Die Darstellungsfunktion der Sprache. Jena.] Translated into Polish by Jan Koźbiał. Teoria języka. O językowej funkcji przedstawiania. Kraków: Universitas.

Gallatin, Albert H. (1836) “Synopsis of North American Indian Languages.” [In:] Archaeologica Americana. Transactions and Collections of the American Antiqarian Society. Vol. 2; 1–422.

Wybrane przykłady zapisów bibliograficznych w języku polskim:

Antoszewski, Andrzej (red.) (1995) Leksykon politologii. Wrocław: Atla 2.

Aronson, Elliot, Timothy D. Wilson, Robin M. Akert ([1994] 1997) [Social Psychology. Harper Colins College Publishers]. Tłum. pol. Waldemar Domachowski. Psychologia społeczna. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Zysk i S-ka.

Arystoteles [348–322 p.n.e.] (1953) „Retoryka”. [W:] Władysław Madyda (red.) Trzy stylistyki greckie. Wrocław: Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich; 3–80.

 

Submission guidelines:

  • to make a submission send an email to kmsi@uwr.edu.pl or to the email addresses provided at: https://ajmp.uni.wroc.pl/contact/

  • for further details regarding stylesheet please follow the guidelines and article outline within the published volumes,

  • a submission of a paper is taken to mean an original work which has not been published elsewhere.

 

Copyrights:

Academic Journal of Modern Philology publishes using Open Access Licence (CC BY-SA 3.0)