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Texts addressed to the journal must comply with the following standards.
They must be accompanied by a summary (about 700 characters) and a short biography (publication, full address, 3 main publications, research in progress).
I - word processing
Texts must be provided as a Macintosh or a compatible PC file and must be sent by email.
Graphics must also be provided in separate files (software specification) or as slides.
Preferably use Word or Wordperfect software.
II - presentation of texts
Articles can not exceed 75,000 characters (12,000 words).
The texts are reassembled by the printer. Keep in mind, however, the following:
Appointments are marked with italics or quotes. If necessary, provide a translation of budgets and conditions abroad.
The abbreviations must be explicit at the first mention.
Note the notes in the body with an Arabic number that is superscript (separated from the word by a space) according to the consecutive numbering.
Insert the footnotes preceded by the corresponding number.
3) References and references
References to the bibliography should be noted as follows: Author's name in lowercase, year of publication of the quoted text, page, if necessary. Example: Sinatra (1972, p.45).
The references are at the end of the text, in alphabetical order of the author; if the same author appears several times, in the chronological order of his publications. They are not numbered. They are represented as follows:
Jobs and others: name and initials of the first name; Title of the work in lowercase, underlined or in italics; Place of publication Name of publisher's publication date
Example: Dylan, R., Times is changing, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1992.
Collective work: the same presentation as for a job, but the name of the responsible author is followed by: (ed.), (Ed.) O (dir.).
Journalistic article: name and initial of the first name; Title of the article (in lowercase); Title of the journal (underlined or in italics), year; Volume or volume, number, first and last page (preceded by p.).
Example: Mozart, W., A Little Night Music, International Journal of Historical Musicology, 1892, 5 (or V), 3, p. 45-89.
Generic article: name and initial of the first name; Title of the article (in lower Latin), followed by the collective reference of the work (see above); Pages (preceded by S.).
Example: Brassens, G., Buddies First in Borges, J.L. (Dir.) O (ed.), (1995), Apology of the Real, Moscow, Pravda Publishing, 1995, p. 18-24.
In the case of several publications in the same year, complete the year with a, b, c, in the notes and in the final list.
The names of the institutions or the titles of the articles / works are given in the original language; Where appropriate, the translation into the language of this publication will be given later and in parentheses.
Printed sources: integrate them in the references.
Files: can be the subject of a separate list or mentioned in the notes.
5) Tables and graphics
The labels must be precise: number the tables on one side, the other graphic figures, diagrams, flow diagrams, maps, illustrations). These elements must receive a precise title and possibly references (bibliographic reference, credit or copyright ...).
Encrypted tables should always contain absolute values and possibly percentages. You must specify totals online and in columns. The possible subtotals must be clearly distinguished.
The tables should, as far as possible, contain details of the missing data (in absolute terms and in%).
The tables should always contain the identification of the units on the x-axis and on the y-axis, and the "circular charts" should contain the figures shown in the graph. The different elements must be subtitled.
In this case, the data construction problems should be summarized in a brief note that accompanies the figure.
Tables, tables, maps and maps should be presented on a diskette with the exact details of the software used and the exact spelling of the location of the text where they will be inserted. Maps and illustrations can also be provided in original A4 or EE (quality) format. UU or photographic negative.
Specify exactly the source of the data and / or the number (consider the copyright issues). Indicate if this is a reproduction of the source or a specific presentation by the author.
The texts sent to the newspaper must comply with the detailed instructions.
A summary (about 700 characters) and a brief biographical note (position, complete technical direction, 3 main publications, research in progress) should be felt with the text.
I - word processing
Items must be sent as computer files (compatible with Macintosh or PC) by email. The diagrams must be provided in separate files. Please use Word or Wordperfect.
II - form of the manuscript
Articles should not exceed 12,000 words.
Appointments are in italics or cited. If necessary, translate foreign quotes or prayers.
The abbreviations must be explicit in the first appearance
The note numbers in the text must be an Arabic number with an exponent separated by a space of the word. The notes must be numbered consecutively.
At the bottom of the page, place the notes preceded by numbers.
The bibliographical information should appear in parentheses in the notes: Name of the author with initial letter, year, page (if necessary).
Example: Sinatra (1972, p.45).
A list of complete references can be found at the end of the text in alphabetical order of publications. These should not be numbered. References should be presented as follows:
Book: name and initial of the author; Title (lowercase letters only with initial, underline or italic letters); Place of publication, writing, date.
Example: Dylan, R., Times Changing, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1992.
Collective work: as for a book, but the publisher's name must follow: (ed), (Dir.), O (eds).
Journal article: name and initial of the author; Title of the article (Roman, lowercase, initial capital only, without quotation marks); Title of the journal (underlined or in italics) Year, volume or volume, number, first and last page (preceded by p.).
Example: Mozart, W., A Little Night Music, International Journal of Historical Musicology, 1892, 5 (or V), 3, pp. 45-89.
Article in a collective work: name of the author and initial; Title of the article (Roman, lowercase, initial, without quotation marks), followed by and reference to collective work (see above); Pages (preceded by S.).
Example: Brassens, G., Buddies first, in Borgès, J.L. (ed.), Apology of Truth, Moscow, Pravda Publications, 1995, pp. 18-24.
For several versions of the same year, add a, b, c, and so on. after the year of publication both in the footnotes and in the list of references.
The names of the institutions or titles of books / articles must appear in the original language and can be complemented with a translation in the language of this publication in parentheses.
Printed sources should be treated as references.
The files can be mentioned in footnotes or appear in a separate list at the end of the article.
5) Tables and graphics
Subtitles should be clear: separate numbering systems should be used for graphics and illustrations, charts, diagrams, graphs, maps and illustrations. Provide the title and all other necessary details for each document (source, recognition, copyright ...).
Tables with numbers should always contain absolute values and, if necessary, percentages. It should show totals for rows and columns. Subtotals should be differentiated if necessary.
If possible, the tables should contain specific details about the data not available (in absolute terms and in percentage terms).
The graphs should show the units used in the X and Y axes. The pie charts should contain the digits of the table. If necessary, a password must be specified.
Any problem that occurred during the creation of the data should be indicated in a brief note attached to the image.
Tables, graphs, diagrams and maps should be sent on a diskette containing the software used and details of the location of the figure in the text. You can also provide high quality original illustrations for maps and illustrations in A4 or EE articles. UU UU or as negatives.
Indicate clearly the source of the data and / or numbers (pay special attention to copyright issues). Indicate if a document comes from another source or if it is the author's work.
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