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The papers have to be written in Microsoft Word, and should not exceed 30000 symbols (including spacing). Papers will be reviewed, and the chosen ones will be published in “Zbornik radova” (collection of scientific and research papers).
Article text: The text needs to be formatted to the Times New Roman font, 10pt letter size, with single line spacing, aligned from both sides, written from the beginning of the row (no indents for each new paragraph), with the following margins: 5 cm top, 5 cm bottom, 4.4 cm left, 4.2 cm right; 0 cm gutter, 4 cm header, 4 cm footer, portrait paper orientation. If there are sentences that you would like to emphasize additionally, please use the Italics formatting of letters, not bold. For paragraph separation, please use a 10pt space between rows.
Footnotes should be used only for clarification purposes of the paper. They should not be used for referencing. They also need to be placed at the bottom of the page, continuously, throughout the whole paper and marked with Arabic numerals (starting at 1).
The title of the paper: written in Arial font, 14pt letter size, centralized.
The summary of the article has to be placed at the beginning of the paper, having a maximum of 200-250 words. It needs to briefly explain the research paper findings and has to include 1-6 keywords. Authors have to attach the summary in Croatian and English, one beneath the other. Font: Times New Roman, size 8pt, aligned from both sides.
Headers: need to be short and concise, ordered by number (1-9). They can include subheadings, sequenced in the following manner: 1; 1.1...; 2; 2.1..., etc., and should not exceed the 2nd subordination (e.g. 2.1.1.).
In-text citations: Cited parts of the text should be listed in the text, not separately. They need to be quoted in brackets, along with the author's last name and year of publication (e.g.: Capizzi 2012). In case of full quotations, page numbers need to be added to the in-text citation (e.g.: Sikavica 2009, 56). Ibids should not be used and each quotation has to be written in the same manner. If there are more authors in your citation, mention the first one, and add “et al.” (e.g.: Capizzi et al. 2012).
Pictures, graphs and tables can be included within the text. They need to be numbered, named and include the source name. They also need to be numbered in order (Arabic numerals) – all pictures, graphs and tables separately.
The Reference list has to include all of the used sources and complete information about the work cited, which must be visible in quotation. The Reference list should be written without headings and should be placed at the end of the paper (after the Conclusion). It should not be numbered and has to be listed in alphabetical order (by author last name), and chronologically if the same author comes up multiple times. Font: Times New Roman, size 8pt, hanging indenture (1.27 cm).
• Journals: last name, initials (year), “Name of the article”, name of the journal in which it was published, volume(number), pages.
Capizzi, M.T., Ferguson, R. (2005), "Loyalty trends for the twenty-first century", Journal of Consumer Marketing, 22(2), 72-80.
If there are 2-3 authors, their last names should be listed in order of appearance followed by initials (year), “Name of the article”, name of the journal in which it was published, volume(number), pages.
Llosa, S., Chandon, J.-L., Orsingher, C. (1998), "An Empirical Study of Servqual's Dimensionality", The Service Industries Journal, 18(2), 16-44.
If there are multiple authors (more than 4), the last name of the first author should be listed, which is followed by et al.
Krueger, J. et al. (2000), "Competing Models of Entrepreneurial Intentions", Journal of Business Venturing, 15(5-6), 411-432.
• Books: last name, initials (year), Name, publisher, location of publication.
Harrow, R. (2005), No Place to Hide, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY.
• Sources from the internet: last name, initials (year), “Article name”, name of the journal in which it was published, volume(number), pages, web page address (date of retrieval).
Cutting-Decelle et al. (2007), “A review of approaches to supply chain Communications: From manufacturing to Construction”, ITcon, 12(1), 73-102, http://www.itcon.org/data/works/att/2007_5.content.06399.pdf (01.07.2014)
If the internet source does not have an author: web page address (date of retrieval).
In the first page of the paper you need to list the name(s) of the author(s): name, last name, profession, institution, e-mail address.
2. Sustainable development in rural tourism - Entrepreneurship - Preservation of villages - Renewable energy sources and energy efficiency - Innovative services in rural tourism - Natural and artificial potentials - Rural tourism of undeveloped areas - Rural tourism of islands - Standardization of products and services (symbols and signs in quality function, authenticity and promotion) - Tourist (cultural and theme) routes - Tourist education of local population - Creative tourism - Rural-gourmet tourism - Tradition in offer shaping - Placement of agricultural products through rural tourism - Management, marketing and rural entrepreneurship - Agrarian economy and rural tourism - Good practice examples
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6. The role of emigrants and minority groups in development, promotion and placement of rural products - Find the roots - Nostalgia - Tourist arrangements - Return and employment - Tourist agencies – specialists for Croatia - Investments
7. Sources of financing in rural tourism - EU funds - National support - Regional and local government support - Credit lines and insurance
8. Legal framework of rural tourism - Hospitality and tourist services - Production and distribution of food - Agriculture and rural development - Tax policies - Jobs and employment - Health conditions - Nature and environment protection - Architecture and spatial planning - Quality and originality labels - Other significant regulations in rural tourism operations