PAPER GUIDELINES

Papers should be submitted online by 15th July 2022 by using the form at our website.

The title of the document should be: PAPER_AUTHOR LAST NAME

One author can submit one paper, including the co-authorship.

The paper should have the following elements and structure:
First and Last name of the author
Institution (University, Faculty), City, State
TITLE

ABSTRACT
Abstract and key words in the language of the paper should be formatted to font Times New Roman, font size 10, left indentation,

Key words: key words should be placed bellow the abstract, in the new line. There should be no more than 10 key words.

TEXT: maximum length 30,000 characters with spacing (including abstract and references), and with pagination.; font: Times New Roman; font size: 12; spacing 1,5; footnotes; In-text citations should be placed in brackets e.g. (Filipović 1986: 25).

Figures, charts, images and illustrations should be prepared within the standard margins, they should have caption and numeration (e.g. Figure 1. Women as objects in text). They should be black and white.

REFERENCES
Monographic publication: Radovanović, Milorad (1986). Sociolingvistika. Novi Sad: Književna zajednica Novog Sada – Dnevnik.

Monographic publication with more authors:
If there are more authors, all should be listed. The last author should be separated by “&” sign. If there is more than seven authors, first six should be listed, then three punctuation marks, and then the last author.
Đorđević, S., & Mitić, M. (2000). Diplomatsko i konzularno pravo. Beograd: Službeni list SRJ.
Rokai, P., Đere, Z., Pal, T., & Kasaš, A. (2002). Istorija Mađara. Beograd: Clio.

Publication with more editions: (this information should be omitted if there is only one edition)
Lukić, R. (2010). Revizija u bankama (4. izd.). Beograd : Centar za izdavačku delatnost
Ekonomskog fakulteta u Beogradu.

Edited volumes and proceedings:
If publication is an edited volume or proceedings, the editor should be listed as author, and his last name and first name initials should be accompanied with (Ed.).
Đurković, M. (Ed.) (2007). Srbija 2000-2006: država, društvo, privreda. Beograd: Institut za evropske studije.

Journal articles:
Đurić, S. (2010). Kontrola kvaliteta kvalitativnih istraživanja. Sociološki pregled, 44, 485-502.

Magazine article:
Magazine article should have the same format as journal article, with the addition of month (if it is a monthly publication) and date (if it is a weekly publication).
Bubnjević, S. (2009, decembar). Skriveni keltski tragovi. National Geographic Srbija, 38, 110-117.

Newspaper article:
Same as magazine articles, but with information regarding year, month and day of publication. Abbreviation “p.” should be used for page numbers.
Mišić, M. (1st Feb. 2012). Ju-Es stil smanjio gubitke. Politika, p. 11.
If the author is unknown, title should take the author place:
Straževica gotova za dva meseca. (1st Feb. 2012). Politika, p. 10.

Article in edited volume:
Sperber, Dan (1990). „The Epidemiology of Beliefs“, in The Social Psychological Study of Widespread Beliefs, ed. C. Fraser & G. Gaskell (Oxford: Clarendon Press): 25-44.
Electronic editions: Limb, Peter (1992). „Alliance Strengthened or Diminished?: Relationships between Labour & African Nationalist/Liberation Movements in Southern Africa.” Retrieved 7th May 1992, URL:
<http://neal.ctstateu.edu/history/world_history/archives/limb-l.html>.

All articles will go through a process of double blind peer review.
It is necessary to note if the articles is the result of a funded scientific project.

Pagination is necessary.
Languages of the articles are BHSC and English.
The papers that do not follow the instructions for authors will be returned before review. We kindly ask you to pay attention to the length of a paper, black and white images, and referencing.
The Final decision on publication, as well as the order of articles will be decided by the international editorial board.