EDITORIAL GUIDELINES

EDITORIAL GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION IN THE “LOGOPEDIA SILESIANA”

The volume of publication, taking into account the editorial  requirements, should be between 15 and 20 pages (the required length of articles should not exceed 50,000 characters (ca. 7, 000 words or words equivalents, excluding notes and references).

LAYOUT of PUBLICATION:

  1. Name of the author and authors affiliation.
  2. Title of publication
  3. Abstract in English
  4. Keywords in English
  5. Introduction
  6. The main part of the article divided into sections
  7. Conclusion
  8. References
  9. Summary of the article in the Polish language, preceded by the title of the article in that language, and the keywords in the Polish language
  10. Short dossier (up to 100 words).

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. MS Word text editor.
  2. Articles that are submitted should be 1,5 spaced throughout, written in Times New Roman (size 12). Standard margins should be left all around (2,5 cm or 1 in.).

– select an option: mirror margins.

  1. The main text:

– font : Times New Roman, 12 pt,

– Justified,

– line spacing: exactly 1,5.

  1. Titles:

– paper title: centered, Times New Roman font, bold, 12 pt.

e.g.

Lingiustic disorders in neuro-degenerative diseases

– numbered titles of subsections: left-aligned, Times New Roman font, bold, 11 pt,

e.g.

Intruduction

   ………………….

Conclusion

  1. Footnotes is included at the botom of the proper page:

– Font Times New Roman, 12 pt,

– Justified,

  1. A reference to the literature in the article text, please write in parentheses, as in the example below:
  • books

I. Name: Title. Place of publication, Publisher & year of publication.

e.g.

G. Thomson: The Inspiration of Science. Oxford, Oxford University Press 1961.

  • compact publications

I. Name: Title of development. In: Book Title. Ed. Your Name. Place of publication, Publisher & year of publication.

e.g.

K. Rosenberg: Frame-Based Processing. In: Frame Conceptions and Text Understanding. Eds. D. Metzing. New York, Walter de Gruyter 1980, p. 1754.

  • articles in journals

I. Name: Title of the article, “Journal Title” & year of publication, no., p.

e.g.

J. Krick, M. A. Van Duyn: The relationship between oral-motor involvement and growth: A pilot study in a pediatric population with cerebral palsy. “Am Diet Assoc” 1984, 84, p. 557.

  1. List of references at the end of the paper in alphabetical order, without a range of pages.

– Font Times New Roman, 12 pt,

– Justified,

  • books

Name I.: Title. Place of publication, Publisher & year of publication.

e.g.

Thomson G.: The Inspiration of Science. Oxford, Oxford University Press1961.

  • compact publications

Name I.: Title of development. In: Book Title. Ed. Your Name. Place of publication, Publisher & year of publication, p.–p.

e.g.

Rosenberg K.: Frame-Based Processing. In: Frame Conceptions and Text Understanding. Eds. D. Metzing. New York, Walter de Gruyter 1980, p. 1752–1756.

  • articles in journals

Name I.: Title of the article, “Journal Title” & year of publication, no., p.–p.

e.g.

Krick J., Duyn van M.A.: The relationship between oral-motor involvement and growth: A pilot study in a pediatric population with cerebral palsy. “Am Diet Assoc” 1984, 84, p. 555–559.

  1. Tables and graphs:

– tables and graphs should have a separate numbering (Arabic numerals), e.g.:

Table 1. Table title

Chart 1. Chart Title

– table content – font Times New Roman 10 pt,

– place a data source under the table /graph,

– diagrams must also be sent as separate files along with the data (e.g. in MS Excel format),

– diagrams, tables, grafs should have an agreement for publication.