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Format: both rtf and pdf Length of the paper: preferably 10-20 pages (3,500-7,000 words), Paper size: A4, double spacing between lines. Shorter and longer papers are also considered for publication. Margins: 2.5 cm on all sides Font: Times New Roman 12 pt. If special fonts are used, they should be provided as ttf files. Title of the paper: please do not use capital letters unless they are required in personal and geographical names etc. Name of the Author should follow the title. Abstract in English: up to 150 words, placed before the main body of the paper Key words: should follow the abstract. Number of key words: about 5. Authors who are Polish speakers are asked to translate abstracts and key words into Polish. Authors who do not speak Polish are not required to provide abstracts and key words in Polish.
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References at the end of the paper should include all (and only) the publications the Author refers to in the paper. Examples: Berting, Jan, Christiane Villain-Gandossi (1995). “The role and significance of national stereotypes in international relations: An interdisciplinary approach”. In: Teresa Walas (ed.). Stereotypes and Nations. Cracow: International Cultural Centre, 13-27. Cheng, Vincent (1995). Joyce, Race and Empire. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Christensen, Lis (1995). A First Glossary of Hiberno-English. Odense: Odense University Press. Kürschner, Wilfried, Kazimierz A. Sroka, Heinrich Weber (2009). “40 years of the Linguistics Colloquium”. In: Olga Souleimanova, Nataliya Lyagushkina, Wilfried Kürschner, Heinrich Weber (eds.). Sprache und Kognition: Traditionelle und neue Ansätze / Language and Cognition: Traditional and New Approaches: Akten des 40. Linguistischen Kolloquiums in Moskau 2005 / Proceedings of the 40th Linguistics Colloquium, Moscow 2005. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 3-22. Also available at <http://www.linguistisches-kolloquium.de/a_2010_- _40_years_scan.pdf>. Accessed 17.12.2013. Mac Mathúna, Liam (1989-1990). “The topographical vocabulary of Irish: Patterns and implications”. AINM Bulletin of the Ulster PlaceName Society 4: 144-164.
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