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Manuscripts should be up to 16 pages words in Microsoft Word with the following information:
The abstract should give a clear idea of what the paper is about. A good abstract generally contains:
NOTES, REFERENCES, AND GRAPHICAL DATA
All notes should be provided as footnotes at the bottom of each page. All abbreviations should be explained.
All tables and figures should be prepared so that they can be opened in standard Microsoft Word and/or Excel software. Otherwise, they should be recognizable (support reasonable definition for printing) and preferably be black and white (or grayscale). Graphic files should come in TIF or JPG format at 300dpi.
References to books, monographs, articles, and statistical sources should be identified within the text by the author’s family name, publication year, and pagination, where appropriate.
When the author’s name appears in the text, cite as follows: (Avetisyan, 2001). When citing the page for a quote or specific reference, use this style: (McLuhan, 2001: 91-92). When a source has two authors, give both names separated by a comma; if there are three or more authors, use “et al.” (e.g. (Grigorian et al., 2010).
For institutional authorship use the following: (CRRC Caucasus Barometer, 2001). Distinguish more than one reference to an author in one year by using numbers in parentheses placed before the publication year (Peterson 1, 2001). Enclose a series of up to three references within parentheses, separated by semicolons. List all references chronologically, then alphabetically (Kelly, 1999; Dole, 2002; Baker, 2003).
At the end of the manuscript, list sources alphabetically by author and, within the author, by publication year. Examples of common references follow:
Crow, G. (1997). Comparative Sociology and Social Theory. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Chapter in an edited book:
Nielsen, K., Jessop, B., Hausner, J. (2005). Institutional Change in Post-Socialism. Strategic Choice and Path-Dependency in Post-Socialism (eds. Hausner, J., Jessop, B., Nielsen, K.). Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 67-83.
Article in a journal:
Carr, C.T., Hayes, R.A. (2015). Social Media: Defining, Developing, and Divining. Atlantic Journal of Communication, 23(1), pp. 46-65. DOI: 10.1080/15456870.2015.972282
Published work by an organization:
World Bank (2005). World Development Report 2005. Washington, DC: World Bank.
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