2) The articles can be submitted in Greek and English and should be between 6000 and 8000 words in length. Any appendices (apart from references, tables and diagrams) should not exceed 2.000 words. Text should be laid out in single-spaced A4, with 2,5 margins from either side on all pages. Page numbers should be indicated.
3) The first page should include the title of the paper, and the names and professional affiliations of the author(s), along with their contact details (postal and e-mail address, as well as telephone and fax numbers, if applicable).
4) The articles should include a total of up to 7 keywords in Greek and in English and an abstract of 250 words max, followed by an introduction, methodology, statistical data & results (if applicable), analysis, conclusions and references
5) Titles and any subtitles should be concise.
6) The text should be set in regular TIMES NEW ROMAN 12 pt script, and laid out in a single column, with justified alignment.
7) Any tables or diagrams should be appropriately labelled with titles, and any lists should be consistently numbered following one single list format. Tables, lists, diagrams and illustrations should be included in the main body of the article, in one single electronic file. Tables and illustrations (maps, graphs, diagrams, photographs, images etc.) should be labelled Figures and presented following a single, consistent numbering pattern. Any coloured texts or diagrams can only be accepted for on-line publication.
8. Footnotes should be limited and consistently numbered throughout the text, and should appear at the bottom of each page, where relevant.
9. References should be presented as in-text citations, stating the authors’ last name, followed by the year of publication For example:
(Smith και Jones, 1995).
In case of three or more authors, the first author’s last name should be referenced, followed by et al.. Full bibliographic references should be presented at the end of the text. These should contain the last names and initials of all authors (in the language originally published), the year of publication (in brackets), the title of the article or book, the full title of the journal in quotation marks, the volume and page numbers and, in the case of books or other documents, the year of publications and the publisher. For example:
Stefanou I., Mitoula R., (2003), “Globalisation, European Unification and Physiognomy of the Greek city”, publications PAPAZISI, Athens.