VDU mokslo žurnalai

 
Regioninės studijos
 
Žurnalo adresas institucinėje talpykloje eLABa
 
Leidėjas:
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas.
Politikos mokslų ir diplomatijos fakultetas
 
Leidžiamas nuo:
2006
 
Periodiškumas:
Kasmetinis, 2009–

2 kartus per metus, 2006

ISBN:
9955121432 [Nr.] 1

9789955121893 [Nr.] 2

ISSN:
20292074 [Nr.] 3
 
Redakcijos kontaktai:
 
Gedimino g. 44
44240 Kaunas
Telefonas: (8 37) 206 709
Faksas: (8 37) 206 709

    

Redakcinė kolegija
 
Vyr. redaktorė:
  • Ineta Dabašinskienė – Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania (Linguistics)
Nariai:
  • Auksė Balčytienė – Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania (Communication and Information)
  • Stefano Bianchini – University of Bologna, Italy (History)
  • Keiki Fujita – Oberlin University, Japan (Economics)
  • Takashi Kitamura – Osaka University, Japan (Literature)
  • Kyoko Koma – Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania (Communication and Information)
  • Sepp Linhart – Vienna University, Austria (Sociology)
  • J.D. Mininger – Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania (Politics, Cultural Studies)
  • Valdis Muktupavels – University of Latvia (Ethnology)
  • Jan Sykora – Charles University, Czech Republic (History)
 
Apie leidinį

 
„Regioninės studijos“ – tai akademinis žurnalas, skirtas tarpdisciplininėms studijoms.
 
 
Informacija autoriams

     
SUBMISSION:
 
A digital copy of the author’s contribution must be sent to the publications coordinator of the Journal via e-mail (see below).
 
Journal “Regioninės studijos”
Vytautas Magnus University, Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy
Gedimino 44, LT-44240, Kaunas, Lithuania
Tel.: +370 37 206 709, Fax.: +370 37 206709
E-mail: reg-studijos@pmdf.vdu.lt
 
The author’s contact information (name, surname, pedagogical and scientific degree, the name of affiliated institution(s), postal address, an e-mail address or a phone number) must be sent separately from the attached contribution, either in the body of the email or in a separately attached document.
If the article contains pictures or graphs, they must be presented in separate files. Files should be in .jpg format and of sufficient resolution (300). Graphs should be in Excel format.
 
REVIEW PROCEDURE
 
Submissions will be subject to a double-blind refereeing procedure, unless they are submitted by invitation. Authors should be aware that papers submitted to the Journal should not be simultaneously submitted for review to any other publications.
Authors will be given the opportunity to purchase offprints of their paper once typesetting has been finalised. Authors will receive one free copy of the issue containing their contribution.
 
STRUCTURE OF THE ARTICLE
 
Articles prepared for publication must have the following structural components in the following sequence:
  • Title of the article;
  • Author's name and surname;
  • Keywords (min. 3 – max. 7);
  •  Abstract (in Lithuanian, English, French, German, Russian or Japanese up to 300 words);
  • Body text;
  • Endnotes;
  • References.
     
TEXT AND STYLE REQUIREMENTS
 
Languages: Articles may be written in Lithuanian, English, French, German, Russian or Japanese.
Size: The size of the article is not limited.
Page layout and fonts: The articles must be in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format. Titles of introduction, chapters and subchapters are typed using 15 pt. bold font size (lowercase). They are left aligned. Numbering and bullets are not needed.
Acronyms, foreign words and names: Surnames are provided in original language, e.g. J. J. Rousseau. All acronyms such as titles of organisations etc. should be written out first in full and thereafter in initials.
For contributions written in English, Lithuanian, French, German, the words of the non Latin script based languages should be Romanized. Original word in original script, written in the brackets after Romanization is optional.
 
Several requirements for Romanization of non Latin script based languages:
  • For Cyrillic alphabets, scientific transliteration should be used.
  • Chinese words should be written using Hanyu pinyin transcription, including tone marks.
  • Japanese words should be written using revised Hepburn Romanization.
  • Korean words should be written using revised Romanization of Korean.
 
FORMAT OF REFERENCES (for contributions written in English, Lithuanian, French, German)
 
In-text citation: cited material must be included in quotation marks (“…”). Italics are not required for in-text citation. References in the text are provided in parenthesis after the quotation. Publications by the same author(s) in the same year should be identified with a, b, c immediately following to the year (e.g. 2008a, 2008b).
Examples of references in the text:
  • (Anholt 2007: 23) – in the case of one author;
  • (DuNann& Koger 2004) – in the case of two authors;
  • (Bennett et al. 1986) – in the case of more than two authors;
  • (Strategy on… 2008: 52) – if the document has no author.
     
List of references must be provided at the end of the paper. The list is arranged in alphabetical order and is numbered. All the references in non Latin script based languages (Russian, Chinese, Japanese, etc.) should be Romanised and included in the main list of references in alphabetical order
 
a) Books, edited volumes:
Alexander, J. 1987. Twenty Lectures: Sociological Theory since World War II. New York: Columbia University Press.
Bronfen, E., & Kavka, M. (Eds.). 2001. Feminist consequences: Theory for a new century. New York: Columbia University Press.
 
b) Chapters in books. Articles in journals/newspapers:
Luban, D. 2000. The ethics of wrongful obedience. In D. L. Rhode (Ed.), Ethics in practice: Lawyers’ roles, responsibilities, and regulation (pp. 94-120). New York: Oxford University Press.
Alexanderis, J. 1999. Modernizmas, anti-, post- ir neomodernizmas: socialinių teorijų pastangos suprasti mūsų laikų ‘naująjį pasaulį’. Sociologija. Mintis ir veiksmas 1(3): 22-39.
Webster, B. 2008. Record bonus for Network Rail chief, despite Christmas chaos. The Times, 6 June: p1.
 
c) Dissertation, thesis, speeches, other papers not published:
Martin, S. 2003. An exploration of factors which have an impact on the vocal performance and vocal effectiveness of newly qualified teachers and lecturers. [Paper presented at the Pan European Voice Conference], 31 August, Graz, Austria.
Young, W.R. 1981. Effects of different tree species on soil properties in central New York. [Master thesis], Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Blair, A. 2003. Britain in the World. [Speech to FCO Leadership Conference]. London, 7 January.
 
d) Documents without authors:
Economist. 2005. The mountain man and the surgeon. 24 December, pp. 24–26.
Lietuvos Respublikos Seimas. 1995. LR energetikos įstatymas, 28 March, Nr. 1-828, 1–3 str. Retrieved October 12, 1998, from www.lrs.lt.
U.S. Census Bureau. 2000. Statistical abstract of the United States. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
 
e) Online resources (articles and other):
Ashe, D. D., & McCutcheon, L. E. (2001). Shyness, loneliness, and attitude toward celebrities.
Current Research in Social Psychology, 6(9), 124–133. Retrieved from http://www.uiowa.edu/~grpproc/crisp/crisp.6.9.htm
Archer, D. (n.d.). Exploring nonverbal communication. Retrieved July 18, 2001, from http://nonverbal.ucsc.edu
Green Party. (2005) Greens call for attack on asylum ‘push factors’. Green Party report, 4 March. Retrieved 9 March, 2005, from http://www.greenparty.org.uk/index.php?nav=new&n=1838.
 
f) Motion pictures, TV programs:
Soderbergh, S. (Director). 2000. Traffic [Motion picture]. United States: Gramercy Pictures.
Pratt, C. (Executive Producer). 2001. Face the nation [Television broadcast], December 2.
Washington, DC: CBS News.
     
 
Duomenų bazės
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Atviroji prieiga
  • Lietuvos akademinė elektroninė biblioteka (eLABa)
 
 
 
 
 
      
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