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Sophos- časopis mladih istraživača
Sophos - A Young Researchers Journal

Publishing House: Filozofski fakultet u Sarajevu - Znanstveno-istraživački inkubator
Subject(s): Philosophy
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 1840-3859
Status: Active

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Short Description

Sophos is a journal for young researchers gathered around projects for the Scientific Research Incubator ZINK which was founded on July 2nd 2007 at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo. The journal is intended for recognizing the interest for scientific research in young researchers and students at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. Sophos is the journal of the first Scientific Research Incubator in Bosnia & Herzegovina (ZINK) and publishes the work of young researchers (students, assistant teachers, postgraduates) in the Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian language from all of the scientific areas studied at the university. Contributions can be articles (undergraduate and graduate papers, research papers, seminar lessons, Master’s theses), translations and book reviews. Articles should be no more than 15-20 pages in length (ca. 8000 words), translations 15-20 pages (ca. 8000 words), reviews 3-5 pages (ca. 1500-2000 words). Contributions must be made according to the standards of indexed journals in Europe and the rest of the world. Contributions must contain an abstract and a summary followed by key words. The abstract should be shorter (ca. 10 lines) than the summary (ca. 30 lines) and unlike the summary it should not contain comments and recommendations. The goal, methods, and the results of the paper are briefly described in the abstract. The summary should be started with a sentence that contains the main message of the paper. It should be written in the third person, using technical language and advoiding abbreviations. It should preserve the basic information and theses from the main part of the text. The summary must not contain anything that the basic text does not contain. An article should contain the following elements: the title of the paper, information about the author and the institution, an abstract, an introduction (an overview of earlier works / hypotheses on the same topic, material and methods, proof procedure, work hypothesis, goals, expected results), while the text of the paper should be divided into chapters, a conclusion, references (sources, bibliography), a summary, and key words. Content notes in the text should be distinguished from bibliographical notes. Content notes describe and clarify the text in more detail. They are placed below the line. Bibliographical notes refer to the citation – that is, to a specific part of the text from some other publication. They are placed in the text and contain the name of the author, the year of publication of the work that is cited and the page of the citation (Gottlob Frege, 1964, 88). Full information on that source or that bibliographical unit are given in the bibliography. All received contributions are profesionally reviewed. The reviewers are experts in certain scientific areas who are employed at the University of Sarajevo.