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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.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration.
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word or Openoffice file format.
  • All references in the manuscript which might reveal you to be the author are removed or replaced by Author(Date). Please consider carefully, whether Author(Date) may actually be more revealing than regularly citing your work.

    Personal information has been removed from the properties of the Word file.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining; and all figures and tables are placed at the end of the document; all notes are endnotes (not footnotes).
  • The correct reference styles is used.
  • If the article is re-submitted, please attach an anonymous letter to the reviewers and the editors explaining how you have dealt with the reviewers' comments.

Author Guidelines


Articles should have a length of  ca. 6.000 - 8.000 words, including tables, figures, references, and an abstract of ca. 150 words. 



The journal uses  APA 7th style manual (author-date). References need to include the publication's DOI, where applicable.

In-text citations: 

Parenthetical citation: (Rønlev, 2018, p.49)

Narrative citation: Rønlev (2018)

Reference list:


Rønlev, R. (2018). Brølet i kommentarsporet: Journalisters formidling af den offentlige opinion på Journalistica, 1(1), 48-77.


Wahl-Jorgensen, K. & Hanitzsch, T. (eds.). (2019). The Handbook of Journalism Studies. Routledge.

Book chapter:

Ørsten, M. & Willig, I. (2016). Mediernes, politikernes og borgernes dagsorden. In M. Ørsten & I. Willig (eds.), Den fælles dagsorden og alle de andre: En nyhedsugeanalyse af medieindhold, mediebrug og medieforventninger (pp. 29-40). Samfundslitteratur.


Linaa Jensen, J., Buch, R., Dybro Johansen, J., Thøis Madsen, P. & Svith, F. (2019). Mediernes udvikling i Danmark. Aktiv, overvældet, adspredt eller afhængig. Forskellige befolkningsgruppers opfattelse og forståelse af, hvad nyheder og aktualitetsstof er og betydningen heraf i samfundsmæssig kontekst. Kulturstyrelsen.

See also


Tables and figures

Text, table and figures should be able to 'stand alone', i.e. a table or figure should be informative in itself, even if removed from the article, and vice versa. Tables/figures should be referred to in the text as "Table 1" or "Figure 2" rather than "Table above" or "Figure below". Indicate in the manuscript, where the table or figure should be placed: (Figure 1 about here) - (Table 2 not earlier than here). Tables and figures are placed last in the manuscript, after endnotes and references.


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