Information for authors

Abstracts should be submitted to zuzana.lebedova@email.cz
We highly recommend to comply with your abstract submission deadlines (always posted on the main page of the magazine’s website).
Accepting / rejecting the abstract are always confirmed by the editorial office. Consequently, the author receives the deadline for the manuscript’s submission.
Abstract’s requirements:
• Title of work (in Czech and English), names and surnames of authors, titles, name of the workplace.
• The main author specifies the workplace address, telephone number and email.
• Abstract of the article is up to 2000 characters long.
Manuscript´s requirements:
• Journals with case studies includes:
• Title of work (in Czech and English), names and surnames of authors, titles, name of the workplace.
• The main author specifies the workplace address, telephone number and email.
• Abstract of the article is up to 2000 characters long. English version is required after the editorial office approval.
• After receiving the confirmation of the publication of the article, it is necessary to add an abstract (also in English).
• Keywords: up to 8 words (also in English).
• Numbered list of literature, references sources included in the text as follows: (Vomáčka, 2005), (Vomáčka et al., 2006), (Vomáčka, Vomáčková, 2007).
• Please follow the ISO 690 citation standard, see Generator of quotations here.
Structure:
o Name
o Authors, workplace
o Abstract
o Introduction
o Methodology of research
o Research results (if any)
o Discussion
o Summary
o List of Literature
The approval process
• When the article is approved for publication, the author signs and provides us with a sworn statement
• Each article goes through an independent so-called double-blind expert review of two reviewers, which aims, among other things, are to avoid the possibility of interacting with reviewers and authors (see the Review Rules in more detail).
• Therefore the author:
• Submits two single files to the editors:
1) A tittle-page containing details about the author,
2) a blind manuscript that does not contain any author information and which will be passed on to reviewers.
• When referring to his previous work:
For example –  author Nováková – does not use the phrase as “as we have previously proved … (Nováková, 2016)” but uses “as previously proved … (Nováková, 2016)”.
• Removes links to sources of funding and does not include acknowledgements (provides a separate sheet that will not be submitted to the reviewer).
• Editors reserve the right to make small stylistic adjustments to the manuscript. The author receives the journal to approve the changes before publication.
• The author provides an exclusive license to reproduce and disseminate the work in print and electronic version in the territory of the Czech Republic and abroad in accordance with § 18 and 56 of the Copyright Act.
You will receive the template for your manuscript when the abstract is accepted.
Clarify all the abbreviations used in the text at the first occurrence.
The text can include tables and charts in an editable format (excel tables). Use your own photographs or photographs with the author’s permission.
Do not forget to fill in the author’s sworn statement.