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Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
STYLE AND LAYOUT OF THE MAIN MANUSCRIPT FILE
The main manuscript file must be provided in MS Word or RTF file format and edited according to guidelines (See Submitting NEW manuscript).
All tables should be included in the main manuscript file.
IMPORTANT: All manuscripts that fail to comply with stylistic and bibliographic requirements will be rejected immediately without consideration.
If necessary, all additional files (like image files) can be submitted in Step 4. Uploading Supplementary Files.
Tables SHOULD NOT be submitted as supplementary files but should be included in the main manuscript file.
NO NAMES AND IDENTITIES IN SUBMITTED FILE(S)
Names and identities of all authors should be DELETED from the Manuscript file submitted in Step 2 of the online submission procedure (Uploading the Submission) and, if applicable, from all supplementary files submitted in the Step 4. Uploading Supplementary Files.
To ensure the blind peer-review, every effort should be made to prevent the identities of the authors and reviewers from being known to each other. Authors are strongly advised to check Ensuring a Blind Review for guidelines how to anonymize manuscript file(s) before submission. All submissions that fail to comply with this request will not be considered.
AUTHORSHIP STATEMENT FORM
Authorship statement form signed by ALL CO-AUTHORS and then sent in regular mail to Collegium Antropologicum journal office. See Authorship statement for more information.
Download Authorship statement form
SUGGESTING 5 POTENTIAL REVIEWERS
Suggestion of 5 (five) potential reviewers with their affiliations and valid emails. Reviewers should be suggested in Step 1 of the online submission procedure (Starting the Submission) in the provided box.
When suggesting a reviewer please keep in mind that they should be recognized scientists from renowned institutions. They could not be colleagues or collaborators form author’s institution. Furthermore, suggestions for possible reviewers should include scientists from different countries and institutions of the world. See Peer Review Process for more information.
Authors should not make any attempt to contact suggested reviewers themselves!
Download Authorship statement form
All authors submitting their article for publication have to agree to the Authorship statement.
IMPORTANT: Authorship statement form should be dowloaded from HERE, printed out, filled out, signed by ALL CO-AUTHORS and then sent in regular mail to Collegium Antropologicum journal office (address: Collegium Antropologicum, Institute for Anthropological Research, Gajeva 32, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia). In the form, the co-authors must be listed in the order they would appear on the article, should the manuscript be published. The order of the coauthors listed on the Authorship statement form must correspond to the order of authors entered in the Step 3 of the online submission procedure (Entering the Submission's Metadata). All subsequent changes in the order or the number of authors must be accompanied by a new Authorship Statement form signed again by all co-authors.
Please note that the manuscript will not be processed until journal office receives a valid Authorship statement form!
Authorship statement:1. Copyright issues
The listed authors warrant that they are the authors and sole owners of the submitted manuscript. The authors also warrant that the work is original; that it has not been previously published in print or electronic format and is not under consideration by another publisher or electronic medium; that it has not been previously transferred, assigned, or otherwise encumbered; and that the authors have full power to grant such rights. With respect to the results of this work, the manuscript of this or substantially similar content will not be submitted to any other journal until the review process in the Collegium Antropologicum has been officially completed (acceptance or rejection of the manuscript).
The paper will not be withdrawn from the review process by the Collegium Antropologicum Editorial Board until the review process is completed. The authors will comply with the requests of the Collegium Antropologicum Editors and reviewers to improve the paper for publication. The eventual disagreements will be submitted in a written form; the authors are aware that the disagreement(s) with the Collegium Antropologicum’s requests may result in the rejection of the manuscript. The authors hereby grant to the Collegium Antropologicum the right to edit, revise, abridge, and condense the manuscript.
If the manuscript is accepted for publication in the Collegium Antropologicum, the authors hereby transfer the copyright of the paper to the Collegium Antropologicum. The authors permit the Collegium Antropologicum to allow third parties to copy any part of the journal without asking for permission, provided that the reference to the source is given.
For papers with more than one author: All other co-authors agree to allow the corresponding author to make decisions regarding prepublication release of the information in the paper to the media, government agencies, or both.
2. Financial disclosure and conflict of interest
Authors certify that all financial and material support for this research and work is clearly identified in the manuscript.
Authors certify that all affiliations with or financial involvement (e.g. employment, consultancies, honoraria, stock ownership or options, expert testimony, grants or patents received or pending, royalties) with any organization or entity with a financial interest in or financial conflict with the subject or materials discussed in the manuscript, along with all other financial and personal relationships that might bias the authors' work will be disclosed to the Editorial Board as part of submission.
3. Ethical standards
Authors confirm that the procedures followed in the manuscript were in accordance with the ethical standards of the responsible institution in the community or organization that scientists work in.
Authors certify that copies of all permissions to reproduce published material, to use illustrations or report information about identifiable people, or to name people for their contributions are submitted along with the manuscript.
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.