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- Title of article (Times New Roman, 12 points bold, centered).
- Authors' names, affiliation(s), addresses, e-mail, website (Times New Roman, 11 points, centered).
- Abstract (max. 150 words), keywords (up to 6 keywords).
- Extended abstracts should have 2 pages and a structured form, with Headings (Times New Roman, 10 points bold) numbered as 1., 2., etc.
- Use A4 paper format with margins set to 2,5 cm.
- Write the text in single interline, with Times New Roman 12 points, left and right justified.
- Equations (centered) are allowed: the same applies to figures and tables. Use 9-point font size for figure/table caption. Figures should be delivered as CDR, AI, EPS fi les, photos as 300 dpi TIFF?s. Authors are requested to submit their extended abstracts electronically as PDF or WORD files.
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Only references and books quoted in the text might be placed in the reference list. References shall be listed alphabetically.
References in text:
- Mancini and Hallin (2004) compared media systems
- In a recent study of media systems (Price, 1994)
- Media systems today are changing. (Donsbach, 1994, p. 106).
- With multiple sources: In a recent study of media systems (Alpha, 1994, 1996; Beta, 2001; Carter & Dodd, 1987)
- Books: McQuail, D. (1997). Audience analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Edited books: Swanson, D. L., & Nimmo, D. (Eds.). (1990). New directions in political communication. A resource book. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
- Chapter in edited book: Gurevitch, M., & Blumler, J. G. (1990). Comparative research: The extending frontier. In D. L. Swanson & D. Nimmo (Eds.), New directions in political communication. A resource book (pp. 305-325). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
- Article in journal: Brants, K., & Neijens, P. (1998). The infotainment of politics. Political Communication, 5, 149-164.
- Conference Paper: Johnson, A., & Calhoun, D. R. (2004, May). Survey of media systems in Europe. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Convention, New Orleans.
- Web citation: provide usual information, but at the end of the citation provide the date and location from which the source as retrieved as follows: Jones, (date and title as usual). Retrieved September 10, 2004, from http://www.nytonline.com/index.