Writing requirements

Your paper should not exceed 10 pages including abstract, tables, footnotes, references.

General layout of the text:
The format of the document will be: Times New Roman 10, line spacing: single, justified. Use 9pt for endnotes, index, table and figures.
Page margins:- top: 5 cm; – bottom: 5 cm, – left / right : 4
Title of the paper – TNR 12, bold, italic, capital letters, centered, followed by a double space
Name and SURNAME – TNR, 10, bold, right
Affiliation – TNR 10, bold, right alignment, followed by a double space
Abstract – TNR 9, bold, italic. Content: TNR, 9, italic, followed by a single space
Key words: TNR 9, bold, italic. The three – five key words: TNR 9, italic, followed by a single space
Abstracts and keywords will be submitted in two languages, one of them being French or English.
Italics or bold letters will be used in the following cases:
– for the titles of works or articles quoted in the text, notes or bibliography;
– to highlight a concept, a notion, a metadiscursive word, etc.
– for classical notations: ibidem, idem, op.cit., cf., apud, supra, infra, et alii. The word “idem” will be written using normal characters.
Please avoid underlining.
Indent quoted texts of greater than 2 lines or other texts which you think should stand out by 5 millimetres from both sides, and leave one line spaces between the top line and main text as well as between the bottom line and main text; and use 9 pts for all such text.
References will be written in the text of the paper as in the example: (author’s SURNAME, year of publication: page)
The reference list added to the bibliography at the end of the article will include only the references mentioned in the text.
Use double quotation marks for all cases (including single words) except for quotes within quotes.
Inverted commas – in Romanian: „xxx”;  in French: « xxxx»; in English, German, Spanish, Italian (or other): “xxxx”.
Apostrophe- the ’ form will be used.
Footnotes are placed at the bottom of every page. TNR 9, single space, justified without indentation. The references are listed after the main text, do not insert them in footnotes.
Do not number the pages.
A double space should be left between the text and bibliography.
Bibliography – TNR 9, bold, italic.
References will be listed in alphabetical order, in TNR 9, as in the following examples:
– books: Author, year, Title, place of publication, publishing house
e.g.: Rastier, F., 1989, Sens et textualité, Paris, Hachette,
Searle, J., 1972, Les Actes de langage, Paris, Hermann
– articles: Author, year, „Title”, Journal, number, page(s)
e.g.: Marquant, H., 2005, « Formation à la traduction technique », Meta : journal des traducteurs / Meta: Translators’ Journal, 50.1, p. 129-136.
– contributions to collective volumes: Author, year, „Title”, editor’s name (ed.), Title of the collective volume, publishing house
e.g.: Spilka, I. V., 1984, « Analyse de traduction » in Thomas A., Flamand, J. (dir.). La traduction : l’universitaire et le praticien. Ottawa, Éditions de l’Université d’Ottawa, p. 72-81.
The electronic sources will be mentioned alphabetically. The access day will be mentioned:
E.g.: Bertels, A., 2009, « Etudier la sémantique des termes techniques : des théories à la pratique», International Journal of Applied Linguistics ITL 157, p.1-22 http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-578/paper8.pdf (consulté le 8août 2013).


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