2. The submitted manuscript (not-anonymized version) includes the title of the article in Slovak (Czech) and English, an abstract in English (20 lines), keywords (3 - 5) and a list of references (bibliography) compiled in alphabetical order. In the case of a special issue of the journal, the author shall send the manuscript in English language solely.
3. Along with the manuscript, the Author provides the editor the following information: name, surname, academic titles, residential address, Author´s workplace, job position, ORCID ID (if available) and bank account number to which the royalty should be transferred.
4. The anonymous version of the manuscript must be completely identical to the not-anonymized version, except for the following changes: (i) the Author's name must be deleted; (ii) all references to any grants and other forms of support by which the author can be identified must be deleted; (iii) where the Author refers to his own works, the references must be worded in such a way as to make identification impossible; (iv) all another wording, which allows the author to be identified, must also be deleted or modified.
5. The Editor is not responsible for any consequences resulting from insufficient anonymization of the manuscript. At the same time, however, it reserves the right to carry out further anonymization of the manuscript. Insufficient anonymization may result in delays in the peer review process.
6. All submitted manuscript must always meet these formal requirements: font size 12; font type Times New Roman; row spacing 1.5, 60 strokes per line including spaces and 30 rows per page. Manuscripts should range from 20 to 25 pages in length. Reports from scientific life, reviews and/or annotations should be 5 pages or less. The manuscripts, which don´t meet the formal editing criteria in accordance with these requirements, shall be returned to the Author and shall not be accepted for peer review procedure.
7. Submitted manuscripts need to be composed clearly and precisely. They must be structured into chapters, possibly supplemented by intertitles and the principle one idea = one paragraph should be followed. It is also necessary to maintain consistent and accurate terminology. The pages of the manuscript must be continually numbered. In case of reports from scientific life, the event report is required to include a description of the course of the event, information on the major underlying theses referred to, as well as some views and arguments that may have been voiced in stimulating discussions following some contributions. The content of the review must go beyond the scope of the annotation. The review is required to contain, in addition to the characteristics of the structure and content of the assessed work, also a critical evaluation of the work in terms of its strengths and weaknesses. This presupposes a reference to the positives of the work and its contribution to the field, supported by concrete examples, as well as to report on those opinions of the author of the peer-reviewed publication for which there are reasons to have reservations, or which deserve further discussion, further argumentative deepening or refinement.
8. All footnotes in the manuscripts should be indicated continuously. In the first footnote the Author shall state name and surname of Author, his/her academic titles and workplace where the Author's work has been created. In the second footnote, the Author states if the work has been created thanks to the financial support of any grant schemes.
9. Citations should be indicated as continuously indexed footnotes. Uniformity of citations is required. Model examples of how to quote are available on the website www.pravnyobzor.sk
10. The Editor ensures language reviews of the manuscripts.
11. The Editor informs the Author about the outcome of the peer-review procedure electronically via email. The peer-review procedure is free of charge. The Author does not incur any costs in relation to the review and publishing of the manuscript.
12. Manuscripts that are not published in the review will be returned at the Author's request.
13. The Editor ensures that manuscripts of the Authors approved by the publisher for publication are digitally stored through the review's website. The Authors do not pay any fees to the editor for this kind of service.
14. The Editor observes the principles of publishing ethics and the malpractice statement available on the website www.pravnyobzor.sk By sending the manuscript to the Editor, the Author agrees to be bound by these rules and principles.
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