The editorial Team warns against academic misconduct such as plagiarism, ghostwriting and guest authorship. Any instances of their occurrence will be detected and notified. In cases where the editors have doubts concerning the reliability of the publication, the author will be questioned with regard to the particular issue concerned. In the event of the absence of a satisfactory response, the appropriate body will investigate any questionable matters.
According to recommendations developed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the editorial process implements firewalls to protect against ghostwriting. “Readers should be assured that the authors of publications present the results of their work in a transparent, fair and honest way, regardless of whether they are the direct writers or they have used the aid of a specialized entity (either natural or legal). Evidence of the ethical attitudes of the researcher and the highest editorial standards should entail disclosure of information concerning factors contributing to the creation of the publication (technical input, material, financial, etc.), which reflect not only good academic etiquette, but also prevailing social standards.” (https://pbn.nauka.gov.pl/; 29.11.2011).
All indications of misconduct will be documented by the editors, especially violations and breaches of ethics applicable to the study (viz. http://publicationethics.org) and which have been approved by a competent authority (more information on the ethics of scholarship can be found on the website for the Committee on Ethics in Science: http://www.ken.pan.pl).
Editors will make every effort to ensure that in the case of a breach of ethics, an appropriate resolution to the problem is sought.
Articles, reviews and other materials published in Studia Filologiczne must be consistent with international guidelines on ethics (see http://publicationethics.org/international-standards-editors-and-authors).
In the case of articles in which the authors describe their research based on other people’s achievements, consent of appropriate persons must be obtained.
Before submitting a text, the author must: (a) include a statement about the contribution of individual authors to the creation of publication (indicating their affiliation and contribution), (b) ensure that there are no instances of plagiarism, false data, etc. with respect to the article’s authenticity.
Where justified, the editors may seek to obtain information about the sources of funding for a specific work, as well as the contribution of research institutions and other entities (i.e. financial disclosure).
Call for Papers
The implementation of objectives (presented in: Journal Description) will depend on the editorial team, as well as the journal’s contributors. All are encouraged to contribute to the process of writing and compiling Studia Filologiczne in order to promote interesting and developing areas of philological research. The value of this publication relies on a the fostering of a collegiate environment for purposes of research and scholarship. Therefore, we kindly ask all readers to be co-creators of this journal. No specific form of cooperation will be imposed upon contributors. Each article, review or report on a conference may be of significance, hold practical value and have a crucial impact on the shape of the journal. Your cooperation and contribution might also be ‘word of mouth’, forging a bridge between philologists and academic centers of research (in Poland and abroad). All in all, specific sections of Studia Filologiczne are open to all authors who wish to publish their articles. We invite all scholars to submit papers.
The article should not exceed 20 pages of normalized typescript (A4 format, 2000 characters per page); reviews and other texts – 8 pages. The text can be written in English, Czech, German and Polish.
Footnotes can be used in the article.
Tables, charts and other graphic material should be appended at the end of the text on a separate page (also as a separate file). References to this material should be marked and described within the text.
The titles of magazines, conferences and quotes shall be placed in quotation marks (unless otherwise distinguished in the text, e.g. with different font size).
All discussed words, phrases, sentences, etc. shall be distinguished by italics. Moreover, titles of monographs and their parts (e.g. chapters), titles of articles, foreign language phrases used in the text, etc. shall be written in italics.
The meanings of words, idioms or other phrases are given in a single quotation mark ‘ ‘.
At the beginning of the article, the author should provide 2 summaries: (1) in English and (2) in the language in which the paper is written. If the article is written in English, the author is requested to prepare the second summary in Polish.
At the end of the article (on a separate page), the author is kindly asked to write a short biography following the example provided (see: Paper Template).
Papers should be sent by e-mail (written in WORD) to: studiafilologiczne(at)pwsz.raciborz.edu.pl.
The author(s) are asked to provide precise information with regard to: surname, degree or professional title, affiliation, mailing address, telephone number and e-mail (to enable swift contact with the author for the purposes of forwarding any corrections or copies).
The editorial team works on the principle of independence (eg. substantial, political, etc.), relying solely on the quality of the published articles and their suitability for readers of the journal.
The journal does not contain any reprints of advertisements. In addition, we do not accept already published articles or other forms of work which have previously been printed elsewhere.
By submitting a text for publication in Studia Filologiczne, the author agrees to place it on the journal’s website, as well as other databases.
The editorial team is guided by the internal management system (defined by means of separate regulations).