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Author's Guide

Abstract—These instructions provide basic guidelines to help possible contributors prepare their final camera-ready papers for submission to the Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering. The journal is published by the Academy of Technical Sciences of Romania and the "Stefan cel Mare" University of Suceava, Romania. Abstracts (maximum 200 words) should be self-explanatory and summarize the essential qualities of the papers.

 

I.INTRODUCTION

Prospective authors are invited to submit papers that fit within the scope of the journal. Papers should be written in English and submitted in final camera-ready form. For more details, please download our mail submision guide and template document.

II.PAPER AND TEXT FORMAT

Margins: top 1.78 cm, bottom 1.78 cm, left and right 1.65 cm, gutter 0 cm. Orientation: portrait. Paper size: A4.

Line spacing: single. Text organization: two columns. Column width: 8.6 cm. Space between columns: 0.5 cm. Last page columns must be equal in length. Header and footer:  different for odd and even pages.

Author name, affiliation and complete address are to be placed underneath the title. In case of multiple authorship of a submitted paper, the affiliation and complete address of each author must be specified.

III.TABLES, FIGURES, EQUATIONS

Illustrations and tables should be progressively numbered, following the order cited in the text; they may be organized in one or two columns. Tables must be accompanied by a caption placed at the top. Figures (abbreviated Fig.) must be accompanied by a caption placed underneath. References made to tables in text will not be abbreviated e.g. "in Table I, TN Roman means Times New Roman".

Each formula should occupy one line. Consecutive numbers should be marked in brackets.

 

TABLE I. THE RECOMMENDED FONTS

 

Item

Font

Size

Style

Title of paper

TNRoman

24

Norm

Authors ‘ names

TNRoman

11

Norm

Authors ‘ address

TNRoman

11

Italic

Abstract

TNRoman

9

Bold

Title of sections

TNRoman

10

Norm

Text, Formulae

TNRoman

10

Norm

Algorithms

Courier New

10

Norm

References

TNRoman

8

Norm

 

 

References to cited sources should be incorporated within the text (e.g. [2]). Bibliographical references must be placed at the end of the paper and comply with the model below.

IV.CONCLUSION

A conclusion section is not compulsory. Make sure that the whole text of your paper observes the textual arrangement on this page.

APPENDIX A

Appendices, if present, must be marked A, B, C, and placed before Acknowledgment.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Place your acknowledgments before References. Do not mention the sponsors and/or financial support obtained in this section. These specifications are to be included in an unnumbered footnote on the first page of the paper.

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  • Revistă: Word and Text- A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics
  • Editură Editura Universitatii Petrol-Gaze din Ploiesti
  • Redactor şef Laurent Milesi
  • ISSN 2069-9271
  • eISSN 2247 – 9163
  • Data ultimului număr 30 Iun 2011
  • Data urmatorului număr 30 Dec 2011

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CALL FOR PAPERS 1/2012

POSTCOMMUNISM- POSTCOLONIALISM'S OTHER

If Postcommunism designates the period of political and economic transition from communism to democracy after the dramatic events of 1989 (the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Velvet Revolution in Prague and the Romanian revolution, to name but a few) period which was dominated by the rejection of Soviet communism legacies and associated institutions, symbols, vocabularies, socialist realism, postcolonialism is rooted in capitalist ideology.

Despite Derrida's timely Specters of Marx and the spate of critical activity that it generated, as well as Stéphane Courtois' The Black Book of Communism, whose responses varied from highly enthusiastic support to bitter criticism, and Eric Hobsbawn's or Vladimir Tismăneanu's accounts on an epoch that was to leave permanent traces in world history, out of all post's, postcommunism as such has not received the theoretical attention it would have otherwise deserved. Meant to go beyond communism's blurring of all differences and equalitarianism, postcommunism attempted to meet postcolonialism in precisely that point where it (de)constructs the Other through a politics of difference. Postcommunist countries felt both European and in the periphery of it and have been aware of having awaken to capitalism somewhat too lateand somewhat embedded in a reservoir of what the Westerners perceive as lacks of civilization.

This issue invites contributions on considering postcommunism postcolonialism's other, extending the concept of 'otherness' from the strictly philosophical meaning conceived by Hegel in his famous parable of the master-slave dialectic, and later made much more popular by Levinas' "infinite other" or Lacan's articulating the other with symbolic order to othering as the unconscious (Freud), the silent, the unsaid, insanity (Blanchot) to the political, social, cultural other, the other of language.

Prompting contributors to engage their own colonized otherness, the issue seeks contributions that will broaden our understanding of cultures of post-Communist societies through a variety of cultural and literary theories that proved to be of particular relevance to the study of the contemporary age (post-modernism, post-colonial theory, diaspora and globalisation.) The issue will attempt to rekindle the militant relevance and political involvement of cultural studies in the new context of postcommunist Europe from a range of perspectives that include (but are not limited to):

·           Marginalized cultures

·           Cultures of lies

·           Looking Westwards since 1989

·           Tradition, nostalgia and belated communism in post 1989 national identities

·           Cultural Diaspora and de-territorialization

·           Cultural contradictions of post-communism

·           Derrida's Reflections on Post1989 Europe (The Other Heading)

·           Postcommunist literatures

·           The emergence of new linguistic and discursive paradigms

·           Postcommunism in translation

·           Postcommunism in the West: around Le retour de Marx

We welcome interdisciplinary approaches, ranging across critical theory, literary studies, cultural studies, general and applied linguistics as well as other disciplines in the humanities. Contributors are advised to follow the journal's submission guidelines and stylesheet. The deadline for article submissions is 15 April 2012. The articles should be sent to as attachments to: wordandtext2011@gmail.com. All submitted articles will be peer-reviewed. Accepted articles will be returned for post-review revisions by 1 May and are expected back in their final version by 7 May.

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Word and Text

A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics (ISSN 2069-9271), formerly entitled Buletinul Universităţii Petrol-Gaze din Ploieşti, Seria Filologie, is a bi-annual peer-reviewed international journal in critical theory and linguistics. It publishes essays and reviews in English and French which explore general critical theory and its application to literature, as well as general and applied linguistics. Word and Text - A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics publishes critical work by established scholars and postgraduates ranging across critical theory, literary criticism and cultural studies, general and applied linguistics.

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Our former editor-in-chief, Gabriela Duda, stepped down in July 2011 and our new editor-in-chief is Laurent Milesi, Cardiff University. Our former editor-in-chief, Gabriela Duda, stepped down in July 2011 and our new editor-in-chief is Laurent Milesi, Cardiff University.

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