Notes to contributors
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Please read the following instructions carefully because they will facilitate the process of editing the electronic version of metaphorik.de.
Please use the following formats available in Word:
Heading of first order (title): Heading 1
Heading secondary order (chapter): Heading 2
Headings in the third order (subchapter with two or three Numbers): Heading 3
Main text: Standard, block letters
Quotations (longer than 3 lines): Block letters
Bibliography: Body Text indent
Footnotes: Footnotes. Please enumerate your footnotes
No hyphenation please!
Your contribution should be structured following the numerical system which means 1. or 1.1. or 1.1.1 [...].
Only subscapters up to the third level are accepted (hence no 126.96.36.199) Please do not add manual space between the different sections of your article. We will prepare the final layout and you can check it when we return it to you!
Please pay attention to the following order: Title, subtitle, name of the author (if there is more than one author, please separate names with a line, no space between line and name!), email address.
Abstract in English and, if possible, in German (not more than 150 words!)
We accept short reviews (max. 750 words) and long reviews (max. 2000 words).
Please pay attention to the following order: Author of the reviewed book, year of publication, title and subtitle, place, publishing house (author of the review, email address).
Example: Andrew Goatly, 1998, The Language of Metaphors, London. (Claudia Polzin, email@example.com)
5. Footnotes and quotations in the text
Please use "double qoute" for quotations in the text and 'single quotation marks' for quotes within quotes.
Use [...] to indicate an omission.
You can give your quotation references in the text or within footnotes.
Quotation references in the text accord to the scheme: author (year: page)
Example: Following Osthus (2000:312) metaphor seems to be...
Literature that is only mentioned has to be written in italics and without quotation marks.
Quotation references within footnotes: author: half-title, number of pages
Please use ‘ibid.’ only for identical references within the same footnote.
6. Quotations from your corpus
The text of your quotes taken from a corpus should always be in italics. Quotes should be numbered. The relevant structures have to be formatted in italics and bold.
The blue light interacts with the vibrational state of the molecules in the sample and appears as a scattered green light. (source, date, column, page)
Please note that often a large context is relevant for the interpretation and analysis of metaphorical and metonymic structures. So please do not reduce your quotes to just one line or the relevant metaphorical structures. The source of your quote has to be mentioned!
The bibliography appears at the end of the contribution and is ordered alphabetically. If you have more than one book published by the same author, please list them chronologically.
Insert one space between each reference.
Please avoid page references that are imprecise (f., ff.).
Please quote online sources by giving the address and the date of access.
Austin, Kathryn (2001): "Small Cars and their Names in English", in: Jaguar, Paul (Ed.): Products and their Names in English, Edinburgh..
Dolphin, Serena (2000): "Metaphors for Language", in: Metaphor and Speach 23, 135-243.
Meierbeer, Kunigunde/Schöller, Christian (edd.): (2000): Metaphor, Metonymy and Contiguity, London.
Oetker, Dagobert (2000): The Verb 'eating', Onomasiological studies of eating in French and Spanish, London.