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Guidelines for Authors

All articles published in Glossologia are reviewed by two anonymous reviewers.
All articles should be submitted electronically (Word for PC or Macintosh).
Articles should not exceed 10.000 words (approximately 25 pages)
Font: 12pt Times New Roman
Line spacing: 1.5
Margins: 3cm
First page: Title
Author(s) name(s)
Affiliation
Abstract (max. 250 words) in a language different to that of the article
Keywords (up to 5)

Section and subsection numbering (optional): 1, 2 etc., 1.1, 1.2 etc.
Emphasis: italics
In-text references:
• Lyons (1995: 35) mentions…
• (cf. Fillmore 1989, Holmes & Hudson 2005) [in chronological order, separated by comma]

Bibliography:
(i) Monographs/Textbooks:
Lyons, J. 1977. Semantics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Calvet, L.-J. 2002. Le marché aux langues: Les effets linguistiques de la mondialisation. Paris: Plon.

(ii) Articles in periodicals:
Siepman, D. 2000/2001. Second-level discourse markers across languages. Languages in Contrast 3 (2), 253-287.

(iii) Articles in edited volumes:
Trudgill, P. 2000. Greece and European Turkey: From religious to linguistic identity. In S. Barbour & C. Carmichael (eds.), Language and Nationalism in Europe . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 240-263.
Holmes, J. W. & Hudson, R. 2005. Constructions in Word Grammar. In J.-O. Östman & M. Fried (eds.), Construction Grammars: Cognitive Grounding and Theoretical Extensions. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1-13.

(iv) Articles published on the web:
Traugott, E. 1997. The role of the development of discourse markers in a theory of grammaticalization. Paper presented at ICHL XII, Manchester 1995. Available at : www.stanford.edu/~traugott/ect_papersonline.html