The Title of Your Article; Times New Roman, size: 14 (bold)




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The Title of Your Article; Times New Roman, size: 14 (bold)
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Abstract. Every article submitted to FSP must include an abstract written in English. An abstract must be no longer than 200 words. The font size is 10, and the font type is Times New Roman. Please paste your abstract here. Step 1: mark the content of the abstract in your document. Step 2: change the font to Times New Roman. Step 3: Change the size of the font to 10. Step 3: change line spacing to single. Step 4: copy the marked text in your original document. Step 5: switch to this prototype-document and mark this instruction. Step 6: Paste the content of your abstract.
1. Title of Section 1. Times New Roman 12 (bold)

1.1 Titles of Subsections. Times New Roman 12

This is exactly where we need you to paste the content of the first section of your article. Step 1: mark the content of section 1 in your document. Step 2: change the font to Times New Roman. Step 3: Change the size of the font to 12. Step 3: change line spacing to single. Step 4: copy the marked text in your original document. Step 5: switch to this prototype-document and mark this instruction. Step 6: Paste the content of section 1 from your original document. Please note that the first sentence in section 1 should be indented as shown above. The text should be alligned to left and right (keyboard shortcut: ctrl+j). Every paragraph should start with a 0,7 cm-indent (hit the TAB key once).

FSP follows the Harvard referencing system, which means that bibliographical references are to be placed in the body of your article. If the article or book you are about to cite was written by one author, you just need to state the author’s surname, followed by the year of publication and page number(s) in parentheses, like this: Author (1985:13) or like this: (Author, 1985). When paraphrasing or presenting the general gist of a book or article, you can omit the page number, in which case your reference should look like either the following: Author (2010) or (Author, 2010).

Please note that if there are 2 authors, your reference can look like this: Surname1 and Surname2 (2010) or like this: (Surname1 & Surname2, 2010). If there are more than two authors, your reference should look like this: Surname1 et al. (2010) or (Surname1 et al., 2010). “Direct quotes from other publications should be placed in quotation marks” (Surname, 2010:23), if they are no longer than 50 words.
“A quotation that consists of 50 words or more should be indented (to do that please hit the TAB key once), and the size font size should be 10. The quotation should be separated from the rest of the text by a single line spacing.”
Since bibliographical references are to be located in the article’s body, comments and additional explanations can be placed in footnotes1.

When you introduce a new term, it is a good idea to type it using small capitals, so that it is easier to spot and distinguish from all other words.

Please use italics for putting emphasis.

Any examples that you should need to include in the body of your article should be numbered, indented (to do that please hit the TAB key once) and typed using font size 10. All examples should be separated from the main body of the article by a single line spacing.


(1) This is what an example’s layout should look like.
If you decide to include graphs and/or tables in your article, please make sure that the captions under them have the following format: (Fig. 1) The description of the content type in italics. See also the example below:

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(Fig. 1) The description of the content in italics. Times New Roman, size 10.


2. The title of Section 2. All parameters as in the case of Section 1

2.1 Subsection titles as in the case of subsection 1.1

This is exactly where we need you to paste the content of the second section of your article. Step 1: mark the content of section 2 in your document. Step 2: change the font to Times New Roman. Step 3: Change the size of the font to 12. Step 3: change line spacing to single. Step 4: copy the marked text in your original document. Step 5: switch to this prototype-document and mark this instruction. Step 6: Paste the content of section 2 from your original document. Please note that each paragraph of section two should start with an indent (please hit the TAB key once).
References

Surname, Name. YEAR. Title of the book in italics. City: Publisher.

Surname1, Name1 & Name 2 Surname2. YEAR. Title of the book in italics. City: Publisher.

Surname, Name (et al.). YEAR. Title of the book in italics. City: Publisher.

Surname, Name. YEAR. Title of the cited article. Title of the journal, the article was published in, in italics XX, pp. X-XX.

Surname, Name & Name Surname. YEAR. Title of the cited article. Title of the journal, the article was published in, in italics XX, pp. X-XX.

Surname, Name (et al.). YEAR. Title of the cited article. Title of the journal, the article was published in, in italics XX, pp. X-XX.

Surname, Name. YEAR. Title of the cited article. In: Surname, Name (ed.). Title of the book. City: Publisher, pp. XX-XX.

Surname, Name. YEAR. Title of the cited article. In: Surname, Name & Name Surname (eds.). Title of the book. City: Publisher, pp. XX-XX.

Surname, Name. YEAR. Title of the cited article. In: Surname, Name et al. (eds.). Title of the book. City: Publisher, pp. XX-XX.



1 All footnotes must, of course, be numbered. The font size of the footnote text and number should be 9. The text should be alligned to left and right (keyboard shortcut: ctrl+j).


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