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The Journal accepts original and previously unpublished research articles related to contemporary religious scene, with special (but not exclusive) focus on the region of Central and Eastern Europe. It is issued in English, semi-annually (spring and fall). Paper acceptance deadlines are September 30th for the spring issue and February 28th for the fall issue.

We accept articles in electronic format only (doc, docx, rtf - please if possible, do not send odt, odf formats). Authors interested in publication please contact the executive editor on CEJCR@htf.cuni.cz.

Every text must invariably contain article title, author’s name, academic titles, department, e-mail contact, and abstract in English and Czech (if possible), each of a maximum length of 150 words (0,5 NS). Every article must contain minimum five keywords in English and Czech (if possible). In case of non-Czech speaking authors, the translation of the abstract and keywords will be provided by the Journal.

The articles should be approximately 6 000-8 000 words long (20-30 NS), bibliography and footnotes included. Larger texts can be published only after a previous consult of the Editorial Board.

We prefer system fonts such as Arial, Times New Roman or Cambria/Calibri, size 12, 1.5 spacing. To format headings please use your text editor style tools. Footnotes must be generated using the automated tools of the program, never create them manually using upper index. Don’t use first line indent (either by automatic tool, Tab key or a series of spaces).

In case the article makes use of foreign alphabets and/or symbol systems please use the latest standard scholarly transcription/transliteration recognized by the respective discipline. Sources must be quoted in English; should it be necessary to quote larger portions of non-English texts, please do so in a footnote.

As for pictures, tables, graphs etc., please do not insert them directly into the text. Instead mark clearly and visibly the place where they should appear and send them separately. Every URL should be in a clickable hypertext format.

The required format of bibliography and footnotes follows. Please, do not use ibid, ibidem, or op. cit. Use passim as little as possible - we prefer specific reference to pagination. If applicable, please include DOI as an active URL in the bibliographical information (this applies only to the bibliography version, not to either of the footnote versions). For details see below.

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MONOGRAPH:

Bibliography: Tate, Carolyn E., Yaxchilan: The Design of a Maya Ceremonial City, Austin: University of Texas Press 1991, 259 p.

First footnote: Carolyn E. Tate, Yaxchilan: The Design of a Maya Ceremonial City, Austin: University of Texas Press 1991, p. 88.

Other footnotes: Tate, Yaxchilan, p. 90.

 


ARTICLE

Bibliography: Dawson, Lorne L., „Charismatic Leadership in Millenial Movements“, in Catherine Wessinger (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Millenniallism, New York: Oxford University Press 2011, p. 113-132.

First footnote: Lorne L. Dawson, „Charismatic Leadership in Millenial Movements“, in Catherine Wessinger (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Millenniallism, New York: Oxford University Press 2011, p. 111.

Other footnotes: Dawson, „Charismatic Leadership…“, p. 112.

 


JOURNAL ARTICLE

Bibliography: Halasová, Tereza, „Development of the Faith Movement in the Czech Republic“, CEJCR 1 (1, 2017): p. 3-16, DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/25704893.
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First footnote: Tereza Halasová, „Development of the Faith Movement in the Czech Republic“, CEJCR 1 (1, 2017): p. 3-16.

Other footnotes: Halasová „Development of the Faith Movement...", p. 90.

 


online  article and other online previously printed material:

Bibliography: Bainbridge, William Sims, „Religion for a Gallactic Civillization“ [online], in: Eugene M. Emme (ed.), Science Fiction and Space Futures, San Diego: American Astronautical Society 1982, p. 187-201, available online at http://mysite.verizon.net/wsbainbridge/dl/relgal.htm.

If applicable, please include DOI in the bibliography version in an URL format (not necessary in the footnote versions; see also Journal Article).

First footnote: William Sims Bainbridge, „Religion for a Gallactic Civillization“ [online], in: Eugene M. Emme (ed.), Science Fiction and Space Futures, San Diego: American Astronautical Society 1982, p. 188, available online at http://mysite.verizon.net/wsbainbridge/dl/relgal.htm.

Other footnotes: Bainbridge, „Religion for a Gallactic Civilization“, p. 189.

In case the page numbers are not available: Bainbridge, „Religion for a Gallactic Civilization“, http://mysite.verizon.net/wsbainbridge/dl/relgal.htm.



STANDARD ONLINE MATERIAL WITH IDENTIFIABLE AUTHOR AND NAME

Bibliography: Prisco, Giulio, „Order of Cosmic Engineers“ [online], Turing Church, leden 2013, accessed June 2013, available online at http://turingchurch.com/2012/01/02/order-of-cosmic-engineers/.

First footnote: Giulio Prisco, „Order of Cosmic Engineers“ [online], Turing Church, leden 2013, accessed June 2013, available online at http://turingchurch.com/2012/01/02/order-of-cosmic-engineers/.

Other footnotes: Prisco, „Order of Cosmic Engineers“, http://turingchurch.com/2012/01/02/order-of-cosmic-engineers/.

 


ONLINE VIDEOS

Bibliography: „Full – Humanity+ Community Event in Second Life, September 15, 2011“ [online], YouTube.com, září 2011, accessed June 2013, available online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TW6FnvUFcE.

First footnote: „Full – Humanity+ Community Event in Second Life, September 15, 2011“ [online], YouTube.com, září 2011, accessed June 2013, available online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TW6FnvUFcE.

Other footnotes: „Full – Humanity+ Community Event…“, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TW6FnvUFcE.

 


OTHER ONLINE MATERIAL LACKING AUTHOR NAME

Bibliography: „Truths of Terasem“ [online], Terasemfaith.net, 2008, accessed June 2013, available online at http://terasemfaith.net/beliefs.

First footnote: „Truths of Terasem“ [online], Terasemfaith.net, 2008, accessed June 2013, available online at http://terasemfaith.net/beliefs.

Other footnotes: "Truths of Terasem", http://terasemfaith.net/beliefs.