Inzendingen

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Checklist ter voorbereiding van inzending

Als onderdeel van de inzendingsprocedure moeten auteurs verklaren dat hun inzending voldoet aan de volgende richtlijnen. Inzendingen kunnen geretourneerd worden als ze daar niet aan voldoen.
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  • De tekst is enkelvoudig gespatieerd, gebruikt een 12-punts lettergrootte, gebruikt schuingedrukte tekst in plaats van onderstreepte (behalve bij URL adressen) en alle illustraties, figuren en tabellen staan op de juiste plek in de tekst en niet aan het einde.
  • De tekst voldoet aan de stilistische en bibliografische eisen zoals geformuleerd in Richtlijnen voor auteurs, te vinden onder Inzendingen.
  • Bij inzending voor een sectie met Peer Review, zijn de instructies in Zorgen voor een juiste Blind Peer Review gevolgd.

Richtlijnen voor auteurs

TITLE OF ARTICLE, USE TIMES NEW ROMAN,

CAPITALS 12 PT, BOLD, CENTRED

 

Author name, 12 pt, lower-case letters, bold, centred

Affiliation, 12 pt, lower-case letters, bold, centred

Email address, 12 pt, lower-case letters, bold, centred

 

Subtitles, Times New Roman 12, bold, lower-case letters

The main body of the text: Times New Roman 12 pt. Line-spacing exactly 14 pt. Document setup: top 3 cm, bottom 3,5 cm, inside 3 cm, outside 3 cm, gutter 0,5 cm. Header and footer 1,25 cm. Mirror margins, different odd and even page, different first page.

 

Indent quoted texts of greater than three lines or other texts which you think should stand out! Indent the entire passage, left margin at 1 cm right margin at 0.5 cm. The font is still Times New Roman, 12 pt, line-spacing exactly 14. Leave one line spaces between the top line and the main text as well as between the bottom line and main text.

 

Use double opening and closing quotation marks – “smart quotes” –for all cases (including single words) except for quotes within quotes.  You usually find them under Insert –> Symbol –> Special Characters.

Indent the first line of each paragraph (except after a subtitle and indented block),

 

Please number neither pages nor sections. Referencing within the article should be done by providing page numbers instead of section numbers.

Example: “To test this hypothesis, we conducted a Pearson correlation analysis between age-normalised RTs (see page 7) and attitude scores.”

 

Referencing system

Please use APA Style for referencing.

Citing references in text, (name, year, page): This has been called a “harmony in pink and grey” (Karpeles, 2008, 107).

 

Reference details follow in the reference list.

 

Reference list 

Books

Author, A. A. (1994). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

 

Basbøll, H. (2005). The Phonology of Danish. Oxford: University Press.


Articles in journals

Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (1994). Title of article. Title of Periodical, xx, xxx-xxxx.


Hanson, H. (2007). Henrietta Kent and the feminised North. Nordlit, 22, 71-96.

 

Articles in anthologies

Author, A. A., Author, B. B. (1994). Title of chapter. In A. Editor, B. Editor, & C. Editor (Eds.), Title of anthology (pp. xxx-xxxx). Location: Publisher.


Elswijk, R. van (2011). Den herlege lydrikdomen av hans språk. Den nederlandske resepsjonen av Arne Garborg [The delightful richness of sounds in his language. The Dutch reception av Arne Garborg.]. In C.-G. Holmberg & P. E. Ljung (Eds.), Translation – Adaptation, Interpretation, Transformation (pp. 1-9). Lund: Lunds Universitet.

 

Please keep the language you use consistently in the whole article, including references. If the article is written in a Scandinavian language, use ‘Utg.’/’Udg.’ instead of ‘Eds.’ and ‘I’ instead of ‘In’etc.

For articles written in Dutch, German and English, change those terms accordingly, e.g. ‘Uitg.’, ‘Hrsg.’ and ‘Eds.’, respectively.

 

Please consult the APA Style manual for other cases.

 

Photographs/Illustrations

If you want to include photographs in your article, please make sure you use the highest quality possible.

 

Biographical note

Please provide some information about yourself: name, academic title, position/ occupation, institutional affiliation, email address. In  addition you can also say something about educational background, research interests, publications.

 

Summary

Please provide a summary of 200-300 words in English.

 

Keywords

Please specify 4-10 keywords that are central in the article. The keywords should be in the same language as the text itself.

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