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Journal for Christian reflections in the context of social sciences and humanities

for authors

accepted papers

The manuscript (research paper, scientific paper) must follow main topics covered by the journal. Cartias et Veritas is a journal for Christian reflections in the context of social sciences and humanities. Editorial board reserves the right to reject manuscripts not fitting into the journal’s aims and scope even before starting the review proccess. Editorial board also reserves the right to reject texts for capacity reasons. The manuscript must have a adequate scientific quality, must not suffer from lack of originality, novelty, significance, clearly written arguments. The author's own views must be supported by his research, argumentation and citations. The original scientific papers are peer reviewed by at least two independent scientists. By submitting an article the author automatically accepts the transfer of copyright to the journal.

submission guidelines

The authors are requested to submit their papers electronically in one of the following formats: .doc, .docx. Acceptable scientific paper size is from 12 000 to 45 000 characters, there can be small number of exceptions to the stated length policy. For other types of submissions, questions concerning page limits should be addressed to the editor prior to submission. Scientific papers must obey common formal criteria, references should conform to standard scientific style, footnotes should be used for providing explanatory information, there should be an abstract of moderate size (ten lines including article title and keywords). Text should be written without any extensive formatting, avoiding use of hard breaks, page breaks and sections.

references

A) the first occurence:

monograph:

Tomáš HALÍK, Night of the Confessor: Christian Faith in an Age of Uncertainty, New York: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 23–26.

Joseph RATZINGER, Introduction to Christianity, San Franciso: Ignatius Press, 1990, p. 15.

scientific papers:

Petr KOLAŘÍK, Identita sociálních služeb poskytovaných katolickou církví, Sociální práce/Sociálna práca 4/2008, p. 81.

Karel SKALICKÝ, Geneze koncilního dokumentu o Zjevení, Teologické texty 1/2003, pp. 22–23.

conference proceedings papers:

Stephanie BOHLEN, Teologie a sociální práce – podněty pro dialog, in: Teorie a praxe charitativní práce: Uvedení do problematiky, Praktická reflexe a aplikace, ed. Michal OPATRNÝ - Markus LEHNER, České Budějovice: Teologická fakulta Jihočeské univerzity, 2010, p. 31.

Jakub DOLEŽEL, Osobnostní rizika pomáhající profese: Syndrom pomocníka ve světle biblické moudrosti, in: Spravedlnost a služba III., Sborník odborných příspěvků a studijních textů CARITAS-VOŠ sociální Olomouc, ed. Dita PALAŠČÁKOVÁ, Olomouc: CARITAS-VOŠ sociální Olomouc, 2008, pp. 32–47.

official church documents, encyclicals:

The Documents of Vatican II, Edited by Walter M. Abbott, S.J. Guild Press & America Press, 1966. Constitution Dei Verbum. (In-text citation example: DV 14-16)

Pope Benedict XVI, Deus caritas est, Washington, DC: USCCB Publishers, 2006. (In-text citation example: DCE 4)

Heinrich DENZINGER, Enchyridion symbolorum definitionum et declarationum de rebus fidei et morum. Kompendium der Glaubensbekenntnisse und kirchlichen Lehrentscheidungen. Lateinisch – Deutsch. Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder Verlag, 1991. (In-text citation example: DS 8)

internet resources:

© MPSV ČR, Důchodová reforma. Proč je nutné zavést důchodovou reformu (on-line), available from: http://socialniporadce.mpsv.cz/cs/164, updated 2011 Apr 6, cited 2011 Nov 17.

© Cesta domů, o. p. s., Zamyšlení nad posledním obdobím života (on-line), available from: http://www.umirani.cz/zamysleni-nad-poslednim-obdobim-zivota.html, cited 2011 Nov 17.

laws and regulations:

Zákon č. 108/2006 Sb., o sociálních službách.

Zákon č. 48/1997 Sb., o veřejném zdravotním pojištění.

B) all other occurences except the first one:

monograph:

Tomáš HALÍK, Night of the Confessor, pp. 23–26.

Joseph RATZINGER, Introduction to Christianity, p. 15.

scientific papers:

Petr KOLAŘÍK, Identita, p. 81.

Karel SKALICKÝ, Geneze, pp. 22–23.

conference proceedings papers:

Stephanie BOHLEN, Teologie, p. 31.

Jakub DOLEŽEL, Osobnostní rizika, pp. 32–47.

official church documents, encyclicals:

DV, DCE, DS etc., always with chapter number.

internet resources:

© MPSV ČR, Důchodová reforma.

© Cesta domů, o. p. s., Zamyšlení.

laws and regulations:

Zákon č. 108/2006 Sb.

Zákon č. 48/1997 Sb. (§§ 7–8).

repeated references:

Ibid., p. 31.

Ibid.

C) Bible citations:

Bible citations should come directly in text following the quotation. Titles of books of the Bible come first and should be abbreviated, for example: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. (Gen. 1,1). Common MLA abbreviations for books of the Bible should be used (if you use another abbreviations, specify the corresponding source).

D) Important notes:

Use footnote style (not direct citations with parentheses). In case the quotation is not direct (one's idea adopted into the text, not literally, but through an interpretation, condensed idea or paraphrase) the bibliographic reference is preceded by the abbreviation Cf. If you are unsure about how to cite a source or anything else, please consult the journal editors. It makes life easier to us.

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