Instructions to Authors
Owing to the access policy, the journal may grant copyrights to authors after a term of at least 3 months from the publication of the article in its online version.
The Polis Journal of Political Science publishes articles and studies written in Romanian and English.
All articles should comply with the general standards of academic and scientific writing, and they must comprise an introductory part, distinct chapters / sections, and conclusions. The texts should have 20.000 to 40.000 characters with spaces (10 to 20 standard pages).
Articles should be written using the default page layout in Microsoft Word, with Times New Roman, 12 pt, 1.5 line spacing, and no additional spaces before and after paragraphs.
The first page of your article should include the following information: article title, author(s) name(s) (institutional affiliation and e-mail), an abstract of 200-350 words, and 4-6 keywords.
Please use the following template to format your paper … model
The Polis Journal uses the reference style recommended by the Romanian Academy. In this system, the bibliographical resources quoted in the text are cited in footnotes.
[…] In is a matter that the Romanian political science scholar Daniel Șandru describes in his recent works 1 . […]
1 Daniel Șandru, Reinventarea ideologiei, Editura Institutul European, Iași, 2010, pp. 210-221.
The paper’s final bibliography assembles all the sources cited in footnotes, listed in alphabetical order (Last Name First Name, Title, Publisher Name, Publisher City, Year Published.). The bibliographical resources consulted on the Internet are to be listed in a separate section. These resources should be cited in agreement with the general rules relative to the citation of electronic bibliography by mentioning the day on which the electronic document was accessed by the author.
In order to insert footnotes into your article, please use the “Footnote” option available in Word, using Times New Roman, 10 pt, 1 line spacing. The first time an author / a work is cited, the footnote must provide full bibliographical details, including the page-pages (use the abbreviation “p.” for one page and “pp.” for multiple pages). The footnotes for subsequent references to the same author / work should use Latin shortened forms (ibid., id., op. cit., etc.).