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15 June 2022
What should be the standard format of academic journal papers?

  A journal paper is a scientific record of new scientific research results or innovative ideas and knowledge of an academic subject in terms of experiment, theory or prediction, or a scientific summary of new progress in the application of a known principle to practice. Then, the current edition will share with you the standard format of academic journal papers.

  1. Generally, the Chinese title of the title shall not exceed 20 Chinese characters, and the subtitle can be added if necessary. Articles should be accompanied by English titles.

  2. The Chinese phonetic alphabet of the name of the author and his work unit is as follows: the first name of the last name is followed by a space in the middle. All letters of the surname shall be capitalized, and the compound surname shall be hyphenated. Capitalize the first letter of the first name, and add a hyphen between the two names; The first name is not abbreviated. For example: Zhao Ling, the article should indicate the work units of all authors, including the full name of the unit, the name of the province and city where they are located and the postal code, so as to facilitate contact and statistics on the distribution of articles by region and organization; The name of the unit and the name of the province or province shall be separated by commas. The entire data item is enclosed in parentheses. The author's work unit in English articles and English abstracts shall also list the country name after the provincial and municipal name and postal code, which shall be separated by commas. Example: (Huazhong Power Group Corporation, Wuhan 430027, Hubei Province)

  3. Do not write the contents that should appear in the introduction into the abstract; Generally, do not interpret or comment on the content of the thesis (especially self-evaluation). It is not allowed to simply repeat the existing information in the title. In the third person. It is not necessary to use "this article", "author" and so on as subjects. Abbreviations, abbreviations and codes must be explained when they appear for the first time, except for those that can be clearly understood by readers of adjacent disciplines.

  4. Keywords generally, 3-8 keywords can be selected for each article. Multiple keywords shall be separated by semicolons to facilitate automatic segmentation by computer. Chinese and English keywords should be corresponding one by one.

  5. References bibliographic description items:

  ① The main responsible person (the author of the monograph is not the translator). Multiple responsible persons are separated by "," and note that there shall be no abbreviated dot in this data (for English authors, please write the author's name in full.). Only the name of the main responsible person shall be listed, followed by no responsibility statement such as "author", "editor", "editor in chief", "co editor", etc.

  ② Title and version of the document (omitted in the first edition).

  ③ Identification of document type and carrier type.

  ④ Publication items (place of publication, publisher, year of publication).

  ⑤ The source of the document or the available address of the electronic document.

  ⑥ Document start and end page numbers.

  ⑦ Document standard number (standard number, patent number...). The format and examples of various reference entries are as follows: monographs, theses, dissertations, reports [serial number] main responsible persons Document title [document type identification] Place of publication: publisher, year of publication Start and end page (optional) [1] Liuguojun, chenshaoye, wangfengzhu Library catalogue [m] Beijing: Higher Education Press, 1957.15-18 Main responsible person of journal article [serial number] Title [j] Title, year, volume (issue): start and end page [5] He Lingxiu Read Gu Cheng's history of the Southern Ming Dynasty [j] Research on Chinese history, 1998, (3):167-173 International and national standards [serial number] standard number, standard name [s] [9] Gb/t 16159-1996, basic rules for orthography of Chinese phonetic alphabet [s]