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ISSN 2415-8712 (Online)
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Guidelines for Authors

The collected papers "The Oriental Studies" accepts articles in Ukrainian and English. Authors are requested to submit their papers as e-mail attachment to the address of the editorial office of the collected papers: skhodoznavstvo@gmail.com

The manuscript should be submitted in MS Word document with the extension *.rtf or *.doc. Manuscripts are reviewed anonymously and will not be returned.

The article should be accompanied by abstracts in at least one of the three language of the publication (English and Ukrainian), followed by 5–7 key words. The abstract should contain at least 270–300 words.

Contributors are requested to submit a separate page with the paper title, author’s full name, degree, affiliation, contact address, telephone numbers, e-mail.

License agreement on copyright transfer (contract form is available on the Journal website - Contract).

The license agreement enters into force after the approval of the article for publishing. The signing of the license agreement by author(s) means that they are familiar and agree with the terms of the agreement.

Requirements for the illustrations:

All graphic files should be given separately from the text in the appropriate format, such as *.jpg or *.tiff.

Guidelines for the list of references:

References should appear in the text in square brackets as follows: the author’s last name, year of publication (no comma before it) and, if necessary, pages, i.e. [Michalak-Pikulska 2002, 66]. Initials are provided after the last name only if when the article refers to several authors with the same name. If two or more works are referred to, they are presented in chronological order, separated by semicolons, e.g. [Carter 2013, 9; Heisig 2001, 5]. If the reference is to the collective volume, encyclopedia, dictionary, etc., the incipit of the title is provided: [Manzil ... 2013]. Textual notes are given in the form of footnotes in the text of the article.

The References are listed in full at the end of the article, titled REFERENCES. It should be typed double-spaced. at the end of the article, in alphabetical order. The list is double-spaced. The Harvard style should be followed (except where frequently-used sources are abbreviated: in this case, a full list of abbreviations should precede the bibliography).

The transliteration from Slavic languages should follow the standard: BGN/PCGN (1965).

Transliteration of foreign words is given in Latin letters with appropriate diacritical marks. Proper names and titles should be based on the traditional spelling.

Examples of literature list (REFERENCES)

Used site material:

 http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/guides/write/harvard.htm?part=2

Elements of bibliographic references of Harvard style (BSI - British Standards Institution )

Basic structure

List in alphabetical order by the surname of the leading author (surname that appears first in the cited work).

  • Surname, initials
  • ( Year of publication )
  • Name
  • Publisher, place of publication, magazine, etc.
  • Exact links.

The order of placement of links

The list of links is arranged alphabetically by author's name. If there is more than one link in the list of the same author, they should be arranged in chronological order of publication. If the author has more than one publication in the list in one year, it is necessary to use 2000a, 2000b, etc.

Sorting a list of references by more than one co-author always follows the following rules:

  • three co-authors follow two, four authors follow three, and so on;
  • sorting alphabetically by the name of the first author, then the second co-author and so on;
  • sorting by name is more important than sorting by date.

The punctuation should be as follows:

  • two authors, separated by "and" and without commas;
  • several authors are separated by commas, but the last surname must be connected "and" and without a comma.

Example

Richardson A. (1988)

Richardson A. (1989a)

Richardson A. (1989b)

Richardson A. and Brown B. (1988)

Richardson A. and Smith S. (1986)

Richardson A., Brown B. and Smith S. (1983)

Ingram T. N., Schwepker C. H. and Hutson D. (1992)

Ingram T. N., Laforge R. W., Schwepker C. H. Jr, Avila R. A. and Williams M. R. (1997)

Ingram T. N., Laforge R. W., Avila R. A. and Schwepker C. H. Jr. and Williams M. R. (2001)

 Citation of different types of sources

Books

  • Surname, initials
  • ( Year of publication )
  • Name
  • Edition
  • Publisher
  • Place of publication

Example

Abbott A. (1988), System of Professions: An Essay on the Division of Expert Labor, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.

Patton MQ (1990), Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methods, 2nd ed., Sage, Newbury Park, CA.

Matje M. E. (1996), Izbrannye trudy po mifologii i ideologii Drevnego Egipta, Izdatel’skaya firma “Vostochnaya literatura” RAN, Moscow. (In Russian).

Erman A.. and Grapow H. (eds) (1971), Wörterbuch der aegyptischen Sprache, Bd. I–V, Akademie Verlag, Berlin.

Moussa A. M. and Junge Fr. (1975), Two Tombs of Craftsmen, Archäologische Veröffentlichungen, Bd. 9, Philipp von Zabern, Mainz am Rhein.

Chapter from a book with an editor

  • Surname, initials
  • ( Year of publication )
  • "Section Name"
  • in the editor last name, initials (Ed.)
  • Book title
  • Edition
  • Publisher
  • Place of publication
  • Page numbers

Example

Bourdieu P. (1977), "The forms of capital", in Richardson J. G. (ed.), Handbook of Theory and Research for the Sociology of Education, Greenwood Press, New York, NY, pp. 311–56.

Shaked S. (2013), “The Sayings of Wuzurgmihr the Sage: A Piece of Sasanian Wisdom Transmitted into Arabic”, in Ben-Shammai H., Shaked S., and Stroumsa S. (eds), Exchange and Transmission across Cultural Boundaries: Philosophy, Mysticism and Science in the Mediterranean World, The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humani­ties, Jerusalem, pp. 216–75.

Translation works

  • Surname, initials
  • (Year of publication)
  • Book title
  • Edition
  • Translator surname, initials
  • Publisher
  • Place of publication.

Example

Bourdieu P. (1977), Outline of a Theory of Practice, translated by Nice, R., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Magazine articles

  • Surname, initials
  • (Year of publication )
  • "Article title"
  • The name of the magazine
  • Volume number, issue number (if any)
  • Article page numbers.

Example

Baron R. M.  and Kenny D. A. (1986), “The moderator – mediator variable distinction in social psychological research”, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 51, pp. 1173–82.

Guthrie J. and Parker, L. (1997) “Editorial: Celebration, reflection and a future: a decade of AAAJ”, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 10, no.1, pp. 3–8.

Electronic sources

Sources that exist only in electronic form, not sources that you can read not only electronically but also in print, for example, an article from Emeraldjournal is available online.

  • Name
  • ( Year of publication )
  • "Article title"
  • at: full URL
  • (accessed date)
  • For the last two items, please try to remember the following symbols:
  • When giving a URL, "http: //" should only be included if the address does not contain "WWW"
  • (As of date) is important due to the lack of consistency of Internet sites.

Example

Better Business Bureau (2001), “Third – party assurance boosts online purchasing”, available at: http://bbbonline.org/about/press/2001/101701.asp (accessed 7 January 2002).

Hummingbird (2002), Hummingbird corporate website, available at: www.hummingbird.com (accessed 2 January 2002).

Leeds Metropolitan University (2002), “Business Start-Up @ Leeds Met”, available at: www.lmu.ac.uk / city / bus_startup.htm

Pitkow J. and Kehoel, C. (1997), “GVU's WWW user surveys”, available at: www.gvu.gatech.edu

Ballantyne D. (2000), “Dialogue and knowledge generation: two sides of the same coin in relationship marketing”, paper presented at the 2nd WWW Conference on Relationship Marketing, November 1999 – February 2000, Monash University and MCB University Press, available at : www.mcb.co.uk/services/conferen/nov99/rm/paper3.html

E-journal link:

  • Surname, initials
  • ( Year of publication )
  • "Article title"
  • Magazine Name
  • Volume №, issue number
  • Article number page
  • Available in: URL
  • (As of today)

Example

Swaminathan V., Lepkoswka–White E. and Rao B. P. (1999), "Browsers or buyers in cyberspace? An investigation of electronic factors influencing electronic exchange", Journal of Computer – Mediated Communication, Vol. 5, no. 2, available at: www. ascusc.org / jcmc / vol5 / issue2 /

Conference materials

Some documents are not published in journals, but are presented in conference proceedings:

Example

Lodi E., Veseley M. and Vigen J. (2000), “Link managers for gray literature”, New Frontiers in Gray Literature, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Gray Literature, Washington, DC, October 4–5, 1999, GreyNet, Amsterdam, pp. 116–34.

Naude P. and Holland C. (1998), “Marketing in the information domain”, in Halinen-Kaila A. and Nummela N. (eds), Interaction, Relationships and Networks: Visions for the Future, Proceedings of the 14th Annual IMP Conference, pp. 245-62.

Stauss B. and Weinlich B. (1995), “Process-oriented measurement of service quality by applying the sequential incident technique”, Paper presented at the Fifth Workshop on Quality Management in Services, EIASM, Tilburg.

Strandvik T. and Storbacka K. (1996), “Managing relationship quality”, Paper presented at the QUIS5 Quality in Services Conference, University of Karlstad, Karlstad.

Government documents or commercial reports

  • Name of the organization
  • ( Year of publication )
  • Title of the report
  • Publisher and place of publication.

Example

Apollo Enterprises (1993), Annual Report, p. 8.

Ernst and Ernst (1978), Social Responsibility Disclosure: 1978 Survey, Ernst and Ernst, Cleveland, OH.

Bank of England (2003), Quarterly Report on Small Business Statistics, Bank of England, London.

Department for Trade and Industry (DTI) (2002), White Paper on Enterprise, Skills and Innovation, DTI, London.

European Commission (1998), Fostering Entrepreneurship in Europe: Priorities for the Future, European Commission, Brussels.

Yorkshire Forward (1999), Regional Economic Strategy, Yorkshire Forward, Leeds.

 

Basic rules:

If there is more than one link in the list by the same author, they are sorted by date.

In a publication, whether a book or a magazine, the title is always highlighted in italics.

Excerpts from publications, ie chapters from books, magazine articles, are always given in quotation marks, starting with the first word.

The name of the publisher is given in front of the place of publication (as it would be in the address). Reductions in US states are written in capital letters.

E-links are also designed as their printed counterparts, followed by “available at” and a URL. The URL should retain “http: //” if the address does not include www. In addition, the date of the last access (accessed ...) is given.

Commas are used to separate record elements.