Authors

Text Design Requirements

Scientific article – size - 10-15 standard pages (A-4 page format, 3 cm margins on all sides)
Format: Microsoft Word
Font: Times New Roman 
Font Size: 12; line spacing – 1.5
Title of the article in Bulgarian and English.
Name and surname of the author in Cyrillic and Latin.
Summary in Bulgarian and English - up to 10 lines.
Keywords in Bulgarian and English. 
Quotations in the article: Name of author and year of publication of the cited texts (Tepavicharov I., 2000, p. 5); (Tepavicharov I., R. Simeonova, 2002, p. 70–98).

 

Shaping of references
Book by one author 
Mehandzhiyska, G. (2008). The Interview Process in the Social Work. Sofia: East-West.


Book by more than one authors
Simeonova, R. et al (2010). Quality Management in Social Work Organisations. Sofia: Ibis.


Science Papers
Gospodinov, B. (2012). Social Work, Science and Science research. – Sv. Kliment Ohridski, University of Sofia Yearbook, Faculty of Education, Social Activities Book, vol. 103, 75–90.


Article in a science magazine
Ericson, Er. Identity: Youth and Crisis. – Education, 1993, 7/8, 3–61.


Article in a scientific papers collection 
Kriviradeva, B. (2008). Strategic Management in the Socio-Educational Organizations. Collection of articles, as part of Leonardo da Vinci Project...– In: Management in Social Work. Sofa, 7–23.


Article in a collection from scientific conference
Borisova-Bogdanova, М. (2009). Social Work and Psychoanalysis – In: Training, Professional Development and Social Status of the Social Worker. Reports collection from scientific practical conference with international participation, dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the University of Sofia, organized by the Faculty of Education, held on 7-8 November 2008 Sofia: University Publishing House "St. Kliment Ohridski ", 108-132.


In Latin letters
Thyer, B. A., L. Myers. (2007). A Social Workers’ Guide to Evaluating Practice Outcomes. Alexandria, Verginia: Council of Social Work Education.
Trivellion, S. (2000). Social Work Research: What Kind of Knowledge/ Knowledges? An introduction to the Papers. – British Journal of Social Work, 30, 429–432.


Internet Sources
Nugier, A. (2009). Histoire et grands courants de recherche sur les émotions. – Revue électronique de Psychologie Sociale, 4, 8-14. –http://www.psychologiesociale.eu/files/RePS4.Nugier.pdf
http://www.prospects.ac.uk/social_worker_job_description.htm

 

Sources are listed in alphabetical order of the surnames. When several authors are listed, only the names of the first one are inversed. When the article is in Bulgarian, the names are listed in Cyrillic, followed by these in Latin letters. If the article is in English - the opposite is true. When the internet sources have authors and/or titles, they are arranged in alphabetical order. If only the address (www) is specified, it is listed at the end.

 

Technical layout requirements for charts, tables etc.:

  • to fit within the printable area of the page (i.e. not to go outside of the text margins); 
  • to be grouped together to prevent displacement (the best option is to use frames);
  • to allow size correction if necessary

 

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The author gives the magazine the right to make the proposed work available for access to unlimited number of people by publishing it on the website of the magazine.
Social Work Magazine is a non-profit publication; therefore no remuneration is due to the author for the article.
In the case of reproduction/ publication of any content already published in a text of Social Work, the author undertakes to comply with the following conditions:

  • not to reproduce the work in its entirety and/or literally;
  • in case of a partial use or full insert of the work as a part of other author’s own works of larger volume (anthologies, monographs, textbooks), to quote the magazine as the source of the initial publication.

 


Acceptance of texts for publication

Texts shall be sent to the following email address: sw_journal@abv.bg

The author provides an email for feedback as well as information on professional status, position, organization.

The texts submitted for publication are reviewed by two experts in the field of the topic of the article. The decision to publish is taken after consideration by the editorial board. The author receives feedback regarding the decision.


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Editorial Board
Assoc. Prof. Ivaylo Tepavicharov, PhD - Editor in Chief
Prof. Albena Tchavdarova, Dr.Habil.
Prof. Boncho Gospodinov, PhD
Assoc. Prof. Ginka Mehandzhiyska, PhD
Assoc. Prof. Lilyana Strakova, PhD
Assoc. Prof. Monica Bogdanova, Dr.Habil.
Editorial Committee
Prof. Veska Shosheva, PhD - Tracian University
Prof. Siyka Chavdarova-Kostova, Dr.Habil. - Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
Prof. Silvia Nikolaeva, PhD - Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
Assoc. Prof. Verginia Boyanova, PhD - Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
Assoc. Prof. Maria Stoyanova, PhD - University for National and World Economy
Assoc. Prof. Silvia Tsvetanska, PhD - Sofia University - “St. Kliment Ohridski”
International Editorial Board
Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Wolf Bloemers - University of Applied Sciences, Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany
Prof. Dimitar Martin Hoffman, PhD - Free University of Bolzano, Italy
Prof. Dr. Peter Buttner - University of Applied Sciences, Munich, Germany
Prof. Steven Shardlow, PhD, Doc. Soc. Sci. (h.c.) - Keele University, United Kingdom
ISSN 1314-9644
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