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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).

  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.

  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements (APA style) outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.

  • I ensure that paper submitted to Political Preferences is written with ethical standards represented by editors



Editorial Requirements

Volume: Up to 40 000 characters.
Text Editor: WORD
Font: 12 Times New Roman
Line spacing: 1.5 lines
Margins: 2.5 cm (left, right, up, down)
Justify: All text justify both sides
Page numbering: Page numbers throughout the text at the bottom right
Headings: Please split the text in the intertitles. Intertitles to left justify and bold (not numbered)
The beginning of the paragraph: Tabs 1.25 cm

Footnotes:
Brackets in the text containing the name of the author, year of publication and page position - according to the formula: (Nohlen 2004: 402);

Where in the text are cited two or more publications of one author published in the same year, please use the records (Nohlen 2004a: 402), (Nohlen 2004b: 402), etc. - in the order of publication by this author referred in the bibliography;

WWW sites: in brackets with the key in the bibliography. Please do not include the web address in brackets, but enter the author or title or the first words of the article: (Mitrowski) (Modern political parties) (Manifestation of limiting ...)

Authors names and positions of other people (ex. politicians) should be given the whole name, not just initials - by the formulas:

As pointed out by Dieter Nohlen (2004: 402), "one and the same electoral system ..."
or
the "one and the same electoral system..." (Nohlen 2004: 402)

Discursive and Explanatory Notes: At the bottom of the page. · Consecutive numbering

Bibliography:
· It should be mentioned at the end of the article

· The bibliography should be included only those items cited in the article.

· References should be drawn up alphabetically.

· References should be drawn up in APA style according to the formula:

Compact Publications:

Krouwel, A. (2012). Party transformations in European democracies. Albany, NY: Suny Press.

Grabowska, M., & Szawiel, T. (2001). Budowanie demokracji: podziały społeczne, partie polityczne i społeczeństwo obywatelskie w postkomunistycznej Polsce. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.

Collections:
Chmaj, M. (1998). Rząd Tadeusza Mazowieckiego. In: M. Chmaj, & M. Żmigrodzki (ed.), Gabinety koalicyjne w Polsce w latach 1989-1996 (pp. 49–69). Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS.

Articles in scientific journals / specialist:

Markowski, R. (1999). Polski system partyjny po wyborach z 1997 roku - instytucjonalizacja czy wichrowatość. Studia polityczne, 9, 7-37.

Krouwel, A., & Lucardie, P. (2008). Waiting in the wings: New parties in the Netherlands. Acta Politica, 43(2-3), 278-307.

 

Public opinion reports:

CBOS 144/2015. Zaufanie do polityków w ostatnich dniach kampanii wyborczej. Komunikat z Badań nr 144/2015. Warszawa: Centrum Badania Opinii Społecznej.

Articles in newspapers:

Rokita, J. M., & Ujazdowski, K. M. (2008). Nowa konstytucja pomoże naprawić państwo. Rzeczpospolita, 10.03.

Legislation:
Dz. U. 1999, No. 117, item. 754th Act of 21 August 1999 Law on Public Trading in Securities.

Internet resources:
Magierowski, M. Mędrzec. http://www.rp.pl/artykul/9157, 205926_Medrzec.html (23/10/2008).

If no author of the article, please start the description from the title.

If no title, please use the first words of the title for the article as a whole.