1. The materials used in this study result from a series of questionnaires distributed to interest groups during the period in question.
2. This was an interesting response by several participants which was later retested in the same questionnaire.
3. Bibliographical referencing in text: EEC uses the Harvard version of the author-date system for bibliographical references where the author and year of publication appear in the text and the full reference appears in a ‘Bibliography’ section at the end of the article. Please ensure all quotations are correctly referenced in the text and entered in the Bibliography.

(a) The form to be followed in the text is
– of patriarchal authority (Connell l987: l59-60).
– for example, Riley (l983) …
– a new view of operations (Abu-Lughold l994; Watson 1999; Davis 1999)
– in the case of two works being referred to in the article which are by the same author and published in the same year the reference should be as follows: ‘see, for example Smith (1990a)’, and if both are to be included in one reference: ‘Smith (1990a, b)’, or if published by the same author in a different year: ‘Smith (1990, 1994)’
– where several references are cited together in the text they may be placed in alphabetical or chronological order or in order of importance and separated by semi-colons. However, whichever style is adopted this should be applied consistently throughout the article.
– where there are four or more authors for a work the first name should be used, followed by et al.: (‘Smith et al. 1969: 235-6)’
– when mentioning first editions and translations within the text, authors should cite the edition to which they are referring followed by the original publication date placed in square brackets e.g. ‘(Marx 1970[1844]: 333)’. op.cit., ibid., idem. etc. should not be used – the author, date and page reference should be cited in full. please ensure that all entries in the text are referred to in the Bibliography.

(b) The form for the Bibliography section
– all material relating to references contained in the text should be placed in a separate Bibliography section, printed in double-line spacing, after the Notes.
– authors should appear in alphabetical order. Where more than one article by an author appears these should be placed in chronological order and the name/s repeated and not replaced by a long dash (-).
– all titles must be translated into English
– entries should follow the following form. Please note the bold typeface:

Smith, A. J. 1992 Sociology Today, London: Routledge.

Smith, D., Jones, P. and Palmer, D. (eds) 1991 ‘The Truth’, Education Journal 10(3): 113-49.

Travers, P. 1991 ‘The Problems of Sociology’ in J.J. Peterson (ed.) Sociology Revisited, Oxford University Press.

Travers, P. 1992 Sociology in the 1990s, Oxford: Blackwell.

The Independent 1995 ‘The State of Sociology Today’, 3 June 1995: 20. – for first editions and translations the author should enter: Marx, K. 2000 Pisma ekonomiczne i filozoficzne [Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts], Warszawa: PWN [first published London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1844].

Sombart, Werner 1976 Why Is There No Socialism in the United States?, London: Macmillan [first published in 1906].

5. Appendices: Should be appended after the text of the article and before the Notes and Bibliography section. Tables and figures appearing in this section should be labelled AI, AII etc. and follow the normal rules applying to tables and figures given above.

6. Publishing Agreements: All authors of contributions accepted for publication in EEC (articles, comments, review articles, review essays, reviews etc.) will be sent publishing agreements for signature. Within the agreement the author will be required to assign copyright in their contribution to the Nicolaus Copernicus University. The agreement must be signed and returned to the Journal Office by return. If the completed forms are not received the contribution will not be allowed to proceed to publication. In the case of multiple contributors, only the lead author is required to sign on behalf of the other contributors.