Cultural Perspectives - Journal for Literary and British Cultural Studies in Romania
Instructions for Authors
The issue 22/2017 is focused on cultural heritage.
SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS & BOOK REVIEWS
The manuscript should conform to the following norms:
- The papers on electronic format A4 (maximum 10-15 pages) shall be sent to the following address: email@example.com
- The book reviews on electronic format A4 (maximum 2 pages) shall be sent to the same address
- Cultural Perspectives. Journal for Literary and British Cultural Studies in Romania is issued annually, in December. The manuscripts should be sent by JULY, 1, 2017 for issue 22/2017.Â
- The papers shall be written in English, format A4, font Times New Roman, size 12, single line spacing, justify, Page setup: Top â 2.5 cm; Bottom â 2.5 cm; Left â 2.5 cm; Right â 2.5 cm.Â
- The paper title shall be written in capital letters, centred, bold, authorsâ names and their affiliation shall be written under the title, aligned to the right.Â
- Each paper shall have an abstract (maximum 250 words), and 5-7 key-words, size 12, justify, italics, single line spacing. The abstract should include purpose, approach/methodology, research limitations, practical implications, findings/ empirical analysis, originality/creative value.Â
- Manuscripts should be reasonably divided into sections, and where necessary, subsections, with numbered headings.
- The charts and figures shall be saved as jpeg and the reference should be (FIG. 1).
- The manuscript should include footnotes.Â
- References may be cited in the text by giving the name of the author(s) and year of publication (in parentheses), and page number. For example:Â Barry (1971: 231-232).
- The Bibliography should be presented as follows:
- Barry, Peter (2002): Beginning Theory. An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory, Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press.
- Adam, Jean-Michel, Bonhomme, Marc ( 2005): Argumentarea publicitarÄ, trans. by Mihai-Eugen AvÄdanei, IaĆi: Institutul European.
- Barthes, Roland (1964): âRhĂ©torique de l'imageâ, in Communications, nr. 4, Paris: Seuil, pp. 40-52.
- Olis, Wally (2003): âCorporate Identity: the Myth and the Realityâ (adapted from Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, December 1978- November 1979, 127:209-218), in Balmer, J.M.T., Greyser, S. A. (2003): Revealing the Corporation: Perspectives on Identity, Image, Reputation, Corporate Branding, and Corporate-Level Marketing. An Anthology, New York: Routledge.
- Low, M. Setha (2003): âEmbodied Space(s): Anthropological Theories of Bodyâ, in Space and Culture, 2003, 6, online version at http://psp.sagepub.com
- Internet sources should contain information on the retrieval date.
- Please include at the end of the article:
- research interests:
- selected publications
- All rights, including the rights of publication, distribution and sales, as well as the right to translations, are reserved. No part of this work covered by the copyrights hereon may be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means â graphic, electronic or mechanical including photocopying, recording, taping, or information and retrieval systems â without written permission of the publisher.
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