Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore (ISSN 1406-0957,
e-version ISSN 1406-0949) is prereviewed a journal
published quarterly by the Folklore Department of the Institute of
the Estonian Language. Full texts of articles are published both in
printed version and electronically. We are doing our best to use all
the many-sided possibilities an Internet publication might have.
Electronical version of the journal is free of charge.
Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore welcomes articles by
scholars of any country on any aspects and all genres of folklore and
comparative religion, including articles on mythology, religion and
customs, paremiology, narratives, poetic folklore, ethnomusicology,
Sent articles will be anonymously
refereed by two independent scholars. The editors will notify the
authors about acceptance, possible alterations or rejection of the
Persons wishing to photocopy or
print out articles of Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore for classroom use are free to
do so. Please contact the
editors if you want to link an article or the whole
journal to your WWW-pages.
Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore is indexed in MLA
Subscription. Both single issues and
annual subscription is available.
Cooperation. Articles will be
received as attachments to e-mails, but we will still expect floppy
disc and printed copies in order to achieve better design. As to
programs we prefer plain text, Word 2.0, Word 6.0 versions and Word
for Mac files. We would still like to agree on technical details over
e-mail or mail because there is an abundance of suitable programs and
quite some of them might be acceptable.
We prefer endnotes and, please, use
British English spelling. Integrate quotations of less than 30 words
in the text using Italics or double quotation marks. Longer
quotations should be separated from the text (without using quotation
marks) and begin on a next line. Provide parenthetical internal
citations with autor, date and page number as follows (Hoppal 1997:
23). Provide a full bibliography of references cited. When compiling
bibliography, please consult the previous number of Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore
or the editors.
Illustrations. The journal welcomes
illustrative material to accompany articles. Each illustration
(photos, line drawings, music, sound & video samples, etc.)
should be labelled with caption, credits and copyright information.
Desired position of illustrations should be marked in the text as
*Photo No. or *Fig. No. It is the author's responsibility to ensure
that any necessary permissions for reproducing the illustrations are
File formats for illustrations:
photos - .jpg or .tif file; line art - .eps or .gif;
sound - .au (sampling rate 11 kHz) or .mp3, video - .mpg.
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