The application form along with the abstract should be submitted no later than July 15th 2023.

The articles and studies are accepted and approved for publication according to the rules for papers, included into the text below.

The papers should be up to 20 000 symbols (with spaces), (tables and schemes included) per article.

The paper is submitted in a single paper copy and a file. Computer-written abstracts are accepted if Microsoft Word has been used. Font Times New Roman, 12 is recommended. All texts with other fonts should be marked. Use only the simplest format – italics, bold, Font Size without special styles or tabulations. The accepted SI system measuring units in Latin are to be used everywhere.

Schemes, illustrations and tables are submitted separate from the text, the author specifying their position in the file. Those should be submitted in JPG format and in proper printable quality.

The title page should include the title and the both names of the author (authors), their office address and e-mail. An abstract in English follows, if the article (study) is in Bulgarian, or in Bulgarian if the paper is in English.

The abstract should again, contain both names of the author (authors), and the full title of the article. The abstract should also contain five to seven key words.

The article should be structured in the following manner: introduction, research methods, results, discussion, conclusion, thanks given, literature used. The deadline for article submission is December 1st 2023.

The bibliography should include thematic sources in alphabetical order, without additional spacing. Standard bibliography requirements and abbreviations should be observed. If the article is in a foreign language, foreign sources are enumerated first, then Bulgarian ones and vice versa. When you have bibliography in Cyrillic, a TRANSLITERATED version in Latin must be included.

Referencing system:

As well as the other comments on the text should be marked with digital indices, using uninterrupted numeration throughout the article, with footnote descriptions of the above-mentioned provided on the respective page. (The index in the text should always be positioned before the symbols full stop, comma, semi-colon, colon and dash and after the symbols question mark, exclamation mark, inverted commas).

In text citation: “This principle has been presented exceptionally well in research by Leo Bogart”. Footnote: 3See BOGART, Leo. Press and Public… (A description of the source follows).

Reference list of the sources cited follows the international ISO/PDRT 690.2. standard.


The description begins with the family name of the author (in capital letters), then the first name of the author – unabbreviated, a comma between the names; a full stop after the name; title, ending with a full stop; publishing data: place of publishing (unabbreviated). If the book gives two or more places of publishing, the first one is provided and then “и др.” or “etc.” is added. If the book does not provide data on places of publishing, “Д. м.” (без място) or “S. I.” (Lat. Sine loco) is written; Publishing house (not needed in footnotes, where possible the name of the publishing house is given in abbreviated form, it is not necessary to write “publ. h.” or use inverted commas), a colon is inserted between the name of the town and the publishing house;  year of publishing (always in Arabic characters, without adding “year”, if it is missing, and cannot be established, “б. г.” or “s. a.” (Lat. Sine ano – no “year” is added); page – shortened to “с.” or “p.” (when more pages are given, from – to, only the numbers are provided, separated by a dash with no spaces, “с.”, respectively “p.” is not added’, e.g. 15-18, also “с. 15 сл.”, or Lat. “p. 15 sq.”).

Example: CHOMSKY, Noam. Necessary Illusions. Thought Control in Democratic Societies. Montreal: CBC Enterprises, 1989, 20-21.


Only the name of the first author is inverted, followed by a comma and the name of the second author – in a normal word order. With three or more authors only the name of the first one is written, followed by “et al”).

Example: KELLEY, Harris et al. Personal relationships: Their structure and processes. New York: Wiley, 1979, p. 80.


The number of the volume is always written in Arabic characters: “T. 4”, in Lat. “T. 4”, “Vol. 4”, “Bd. 4”.

Example: PARKER, Thomas and William HASWELL. A text book of zoology. 6th ed. Vol. 1 revised by Otto LOWENSTEIN; vol. 2 revised by Christopher FORSTER-COOPER. London: Macmillan, 1940.


After the author information and the title, the information about the publication, containing the article is provided. Those are preceded by a capital “B” for books in Cyrillic, or “In” – for books in Latin alphabets, and a colon.

Examples: WILLIAMS, Peter. The Pentagon Position of Mass Media. In: Impact of Mass Media. (Ed. by HEIBERT, Ronald E.). New York: Longman, 1999, p. 327.


The name of the author and the title of the article are obligatory. After the full stop the name of the magazine or the publication, containing the article are given in italics (“B:”, resp. “In:”, is not written, {s well as “v.” (volume), the volume is marked by №).

Example: DECEMBER, John. Units of Analysis for Internet Communication. Journal of Communication, Winter 1996, 46, № 1, 14-38.


After the information about the author and the title, information is provided about the newspaper, containing the article, in the following order: 1) name of the newspaper; 2) year -only with old issues; 3) serial number of the issue, marked by №; 4) date (day, month, year), abbreviating the names of the months; 5) page.

Example: HOLDEN, Sarah. Frank Sinatra dies at 82: Matchless stylist of pop. The New York Times, 16 May 1198; Sect A:1, 22-23.


If one and the same publication is cited several times consecutively, when citing for the second time, you add “Ibidem” – only in foreign language only issues.

When citing two or more publications by the same author twice or several times, with each following citation only the author, title, and page are given. If the title is long, after the first citation only its beginning, followed by three dots, is given.


Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (2020, September 28). Title of webpage. Title of website.
https://XXXXXXXXX, “Available from:” is added as well as the full internet address.

Examples: CLARK, Carol. On the threshold of a brave new world. In: Blueprint of the body [online]., 2000= [cited 24 August 2000]. In-depth specials. Available from:

PRICE-WILKIN, John. Using the World-Wide-Web to Deliver Complex Electronic Documents: Implications for Libraries. The Public-Access Computer Systems Review [online]. 1994, vol. 5, No 3 [cited 28 July 1994], 5-21. Available from: gopher://

ROYALL, Carol P., Billy L. THIEL, and Mark DONALD. Radiation damage of water in environmental scanning electron microscopy. The Chronicle [online]. 25 January 2001. [cited 9th May 2002]. Available from:

9. AUDIOVISUAL WORKS AND SOCIAL MEDIA (Online forum post, Podcast, Recorded webinar, YouTube video or another streaming video)

Example: University of Oxford. (2018, November). How do geckos walk on water? [Video]. YouTube.


A main obligation of each author is to provide a new investigation of a present interest that is discussed objectively.

Each author must cite every publication that is laying in the basis of his article and that will quickly engage the reader to the main hypothesis, which is essential for the understanding in depth of the manuscript.