RULES - PAGE SET UP - FORMAT OF THE ARTICLE
- The original is to be presented in the following order: title, name(s) and surname(s) of the author(s), affiliation of the author(s), abstract, text, acknowledgements, references, and appendices.
- Abstracts should be 250-300 words. Articles should normally be 5,000-3,000 words (references and appendices are not included). Reviews are usually between 1000 and 2000 words.
- Following final submissions articles are submitted to the publisher for copy-editing, after which a first set of proofs is made - without illustrations.
After the initial proof stage, approximately one month after final copy is submitted to the publisher, the issue is laid out with illustrations.
All manuscripts of the final version of the article must be word-processed in Garamond font, double spaced throughout on B5 paper (176 mm x 250 mm) justified, with the following set margins:
Top: ---------> 25 mm Bottom ------> 25 mm
Left ----------> 25 mm Right --------> 25 mm
Double space between paragraphs. Page numbers on all pages
Format of the article
Title: Font 14, bold, italic, centre
Name & surname: Font 12, italic, centre
Affiliation: Font 12, italic, centre
Abstract: Font 12, italic, centre
Main headings: Font 12, bold
Font 12. Quotations included in double inverted commas. Italics to indicate foreign words and neologisms.
Font 10. Footnotes are to be numbered consecutively throughout the article and used only if they contain some essential explanation that does not fit in the main text.
Tables & Figures:
They are each to be numbered consecutively to correspond to the order in which they are referred to in the text of the article. Each table and figure must carry a title and should appear in the main body of the text. While illustrations for the printed version of the journal are in black and white, the online version can be in colour.
You must have gained permissions for all illustrations and photographs before submission.
Font 12. References: Please note that, due to constraints on the number of pages in each issue, we discourage lengthy academic references. You should try to keep any such references to 12 or less with an absolute maximum of 25 references.
References to sources should be included in the text in parentheses — e.g. (Smith, 1992: 25).
In case of more than one publication of the same author with the same date, add an alphabetical sequence (1993a, 1993b, etc.). References, to be inserted at the end of the text, shall be structured as follows:
Books as a whole – Stubbs, M. 1986. Text and Corpus Analysis. Oxford: Blackwell.
Books referred to in part – Varantola, K. 2003. “Translators and disposable corpora”. In F. Zanettin, S. Bernardini, & D. Stewart (Eds.), Corpora and Translator Education, Manchester: St. Jerome, pp. 57-70.
Article published in a journal – Barlow, M. 1996. “Corpora for theory and practice”. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 1 (1), pp. 1-37.