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How to make an article ready for publishing

  1. Ready-made article prepared according to technical instructions below should be sent by the Author using Editorial System: Open Journal Systems (OJS) Submit Now
  2. The article should be accompanied by scan or original version of “ENTRY FORM” (according to the form attached), as well as the Author's letter to the Editor asking for publication of the paper in this Journal, and written statement with declaration that the manuscript was not submitted to any other publisher(s).
    3. The Editor notifies the Author (s) about submission of manuscript and maintains further correspondence.
    4. Articles submitted to the Editor undergo anonymous review, at least by two independent reviewers. The last decision of acceptance or rejection of the article is made by the Editorial staff and it is irrevocable. The Editor doesn’t have to justify its decisions.

Technical instructions


Manuscripts should be prepared on A-4 format with a margin of 2,5 cm on both sides, with 1.0 line space, font Times New Roman 12 pts. First line of each paragraph should begin with 1cm indentation. Titles and subtitles should be written in bold capital letters without quotation marks and dots. The paper submitted should be prepared and sent in an electronic version in .doc or .docx. format.

The Editor requires the following composition of works:


  • Author/s name and surname;
  • The author/s affiliation;
  • Due to counteract the phenomenon of ghostwriting, we need your information on 'Author's Contribution.


Both the whole text and the abstract in English (from 200 to 250 words) should have the following structure (original works): Introduction, the aim of the work, the material and the methodology, results, and conclusions;
Key words can not be a repetition of the title.


The list of references should contain only the authors cited in the text. The reference section ("REFERENCES") should be in the following forms:

  1. Capra F., The Turning Point. Science, Society, and the Rising Culture, PIW, Warsaw 1987.
  2. Cynarski W.J., Litwiniuk A., Warchol K., Buchhold M. , Participation in Far-Eastern sports and martial arts in a few chosen countries, "Rocznik Naukowy ZWWF Biala Podlaska" 2002, vol. 9, pp. 271-287.
  3. Czajkowski Z. , How to be a successful coach?,“Movement for Culture" 2007, vol. 7, pp. 174-181.
  4. Rosenhan D.L., Seligam M.E., Psychopatalogia, t. 1, Warszawa 1994, p. 59-64.
  5. Wojtyła K., Miłość i odpowiedzialność, Lublin 1982, p. 18-20.

The other arrangements


  1. The manuscripts having no connections with the subject area of the Journal as well as prepared in form inconsistent with the regulations listed above can not be published.
  2. The Editor reserves the right to make some corrections in style, phraseology, arrangement of tables, making necessary abbreviations, etc., without communicating with the Author. The Author is responsible for translation and preparation of the publication.
  3. The Editor requires from the Authors an absolute scientific reliability as well as obeying ethic rules standing in the science works.

Conflicts of interest and other problems


Any cases of duplicate publication, plagiarism, fabricated data, ghostwriting/guest authorship, etc. are indications of scientific dishonesty and all such cases will be exposed and appropriate institutions will be informed. Our Editorial Office will obtain information on sources of financing of a publication, financial contributions by research institutions or scientific associations and any other (financial disclosure). Authors should disclose at the time of submission any financial arrangement they may have.