CALL FOR PAPERS- Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska Sectio K: Politologia


Dear Sirs/Madams,

We would like to kindly invite you to submit articles to the scientific journal entitled
„Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska Sectio K: Politologia”. The journal has
been published since 1994 by The Faculty of Political Science of Maria Curie-Sklodowska
University in Lublin, Poland. Thematic scope of the journal covers issues of widely
understood political science, international relations, law and administration, national security,
and media and communication theory.

The journal is published online and in printed version. The primary version is the online one.

 Scientific Board

1. Christ'l de Landtsheer, University of Antwerp, Belgium
2. Max J. Skidmore, University of Missouri, United States
3. Michael Shafir, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
4. Janusz Adamowski, Instytut Dziennikarstwa, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Poland
5. Andrzej Antoszewski, Instytut Politologii. Uniwersytet Wroclawski, Poland
6. Maria De Monserrat Llairo, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

ISSN: 2300-7567 e-ISSN: 2300-7567


In order to submit your manuscript, please create your own account in our electronic Article
Submission System:

. reader - notified by email on publication of an issue of the journal;
. author - able to submit items to the journal;
. reviewer - willing to conduct peer review of submissions to the site.

Languages of articles:

. Polish; English; Russian; Spanish; Italian; French; German.

Deadline: 31 November 2016

“Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska Sectio K: Politologia” is abstracted
and indexed in the international and national databases:

. BazHum; CEJSH (The Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities);
Celdes; CNKI Scholar (China National Knowledge Infrastructure); CNPIEC; EBSCO
- TOC Premier; EBSCO Discovery Service; Google Scholar; Index Copernicus (with
the high evaluation rank of 78.27); J-Gate; JournalTOCs; Naviga (Softweco); Primo
Central (ExLibris); ProQuest - International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
(IBSS); ProQuest - Political Science; ProQuest - Social Science Journals; ReadCube;
Summon (Serials Solutions/ProQuest); TDOne (TDNet); Ulrich's Periodicals
Directory/ulrichsweb; WorldCat (OCLC).

Instruction for authors

 1) Length of papers: the volume of the paper should not be smaller than 20 thousands of
characters (excluding footnotes and bibliography)

 2) The paper should contain abstract (up to 500 characters), key words and short bio of the
paper’s author (including affiliation and e-mail address).

 3) The style of document:

Font: Times New Roman 12

Spacing 1.5 between lines

Page numbers included

The paper should be divided into several parts (like introduction, main parts and conclusions)

 4) The graphic material (like graphics or photos) should be prepared and sent as separate files
in .jpg file format

 5) References should be prepared in the following way:

 Discursive and explanations’ footnotes given on foot of each page; bibliographic references
given in square brackets in the text, according to the example: author’s name, year of
publication, page number(s); like in: [Street 2003: 45-46].

The paper should contain a bibliography prepared according to the following rules:
a) books:

Melucci, A. 1996. Challenging Codes: Collective Action in the Information Age, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge.

b) works in an anthology, a collection by several authors, with one or more editors and/or

Dahlgren, P. 2001. The Transformation of Democracy? [in:] New Media and Politics, B.
Axford, R. Huggins (ed.), SAGE Publications, London.

c) papers in scientific journals:

Kahn, R. Kellner, D. 2004. New media and internet activism: from the ‘Battle of Seattle” to
blogging, “New Media & Society”, vol.6(1).

d) press articles:

Stasinski, M. 2008. Blogerka kontra Fidel, „Gazeta Wyborcza” 6-7.12.

e) internet sources:

Cleaver, H. 1997. The Zapatista Effect: The Internet and the Rise of an Alternative Political
Fabric, (access 12.1.2009)

If the article’s author is unknown, bibliographic description should be started with the title of
the article.

If the article’s title is not given, article’s description should be started with first words of the
article as its title.


Prof. dr hab. Maria Marczewska-Rytko


Assistant Editor

Dr Dorota Maj



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