Procedura wydawnicza / Publishing procedure
All submitted papers undergo a double-blind review, where neither the author nor the reviewers know each other’s names. The procedure itself seeks to answer several questions:
- How does the article contribute to a field or discipline?
- Which elements are particularly valuable to readers?
- How does the author’s methodology fit into the study?
- What is the quality of presented bibliographical entries?
- Does the article qualify for publishing without any further corrections?
- Does the article qualify for publishing with minor corrections? If so, what corrections are necessary?
- Does the article qualify for publishing with major corrections? If so, what corrections are necessary?
- Does the article not qualify for publishing? Please justify your opinion.
Other remarks. Notes for the authors:
- All articles should be submitted as MS Word 97/2003 *.doc file. The authors should use Times New Roman 12pt type in the main text. Long citations (over 60 words), notes & references should be made using 10pt type. If you are using a dif erent text processor (i.e. OpenOffice, LibreOffice, Pages) please make sure that the text retains its formatting in MS Word.
- Articles should fit between 20,000 and 33,000 characters including spaces and bibliography.
- Authors are to include a 200-300 word abstract, 12pt type, 1.5 spacing, centred.
- 1.5 spacing should be used throughout the text, excluding long citations, references and notes (single spacing).
- The author’s name and affiliation should be placed in the top left corner. Typeface Times New Roman 12pt, single spacing.
- The article title should be made using 16pt type, centred.
- Notes are to be placed under a regular text page.
- Please do not use underlining and keep boldface to a minimum. Important terms can be italicized.
- Tables and diagrams should be numbered sequentially. Their numbering along with table title should be placed under a table or diagram.
- Diagrams and/or illustrations are to be inserted as images. Please do not use the built-in MS Word diagram drawing function. To reduce publishing costs, please use greyscale for images and diagrams.
- Authors are obliged to secure in written form any third-party copyright permissions for re-publishing images and/or diagrams.
- If you are not a native speaker of English, please have your contribution carefully checked by a native speaker.
- 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: (Stevenson  2001: 87–90). If you wish to include a newer edition, include the date of the original work: (Brown & Smith  2004: 12). The same analogies apply when creating bibliography.
- Please double check whether only the cited works appear in bibliography and vice versa. Copyrights: Academic Journal of Modern Philology publishes using Open Access Licence (CC BY-SA 3.0).
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- Paper submissions: December 17, by the latest, prior to the year of publication.
- A preliminary decision about accepting articles is made by the editorial board. The board appoints reviewers.
- Papers are sent to reviewers. Each article undergoes a double-blind review.
- Articles reviewed and accepted for publication are sent back to their authors to introduce any necessary changes or improvements.
- The corrected articles undergo a second review by the editorial board.
- Final copies are sent back to authors.
- The volume is printed.
- An example of selected references:
- Adams, Karen L., Anne Winter (1997) “Gang Graffiti as a Discourse Genre.” [In:] Journal of Sociolinguistics. Vol. 1/3; 337–360.
- Adamska-Sałaciak, Arleta ( 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.
- Adler, Max K. (1977) Pidgins, Creoles and Linguas Francas. Hamburg: H. Buske Verlag.
- 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 h eorist 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 ( 2004) [Sprachtheorie. Die Darstellungsfunktion der Sprache. Jena.] Translated into Polish by Jan Koźbiał. Teoria języka. O językowej funkcji przedstawiania. Kraków: Universitas.
- Campbell, Lyle (1997) American Indian Languages: The Historical Linguistics of Native America. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Fisiak, Jacek ( 1985) Wstęp do współczesnych teorii lingwistycznych. Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Szkolne i Pedagogiczne.
- 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.
- To make a submission send an email to email@example.com
- 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.