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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submitted manuscript is an original work. The submitted manuscript has not been previously published, nor is it under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  • The main text may not contain personal data or otherwise identify the author.
  • In a separate file, please include scan of the personal data form (see 'For Authors').
  • In a seperate file please include scan of the form 'Author's declaration' (see 'For Authors').
  • The manuscript adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in section 'For Author'.

Information for authors:


1. When submitting an article to the Annals, three separate files must be submitted: 1. main text; 2. personal data; 3. author's declaration (see 'For Authors').
2. Liability arising from publishing rights and copyright (quotations, reprinting of illustrations, tables and graphs from other sources) is borne by the author.
3. Please give full bibliographic references for items cited in footnotes and included in the bibliography, and cite verified citations.
4. If an author does not send in his/her corrections by the deadline, this means that he/she consents to publication of the text in its current form.
5.The authors of published papers will receive the article in a pdf version. The authors cede the publishing rights to the publisher.
6. After the acceptance of the text for publication, the licensing agreements signed by the authors must be attached.


1.The text should have a clear structure and be centred around a clearly formulated problem. It should not exceed 15 A4 pages, Times New Roman 12 font, line spacing of 1.5, generally no underlining or boldface.
2. The accepted method of citing literature in the text and its list at the end of the article should conform to APA standards (see 'For Authors').
3. A bibliography should be included at the end of the text (in alphabetical order).
4. The text should be accompanied by an abstract in Polish containing approximately 150 words and key words. The full title, key words and abstract should be provided in English.
5. Foreign-language texts should be submitted in a foreign language, while the title, key words and abstract should be submitted in both foreign and Polish.
6. Text formatting should be kept to a minimum: indentation, centering, italics.