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ISSN 0327-1471
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ISSN 1668-8104
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Instructions to authors

Scope and editorial policy

 

Cuadernos-FHYCS is a half-yearly publication which includes works from different disciplines of the Humanities and Social Sciences, aimed at all levels of readers interested in human sciences. The main aim of Cuadernos-FHYCS is to contribute to creating a high-quality editorial space for divulging and integrating, at national and international level, regional scientific production in the social sciences field. Works are accepted in Spanish, English, Portuguese or French, and may be original research and updates or reviews of specific issues. Sections such as Editorials, Letters to the Editor, Reviews of Journals, International Collaborations, etc. will also be included at the discretion of the Editor and the Editorial Committee. Some original works, with the author’s approval, may be published with comments, criticism and responses. All received contributions will be submitted to the refereeing process.
 

Form and preparation of manuscripts

 

1.2.1. The first page should contain: a) The title of the contribution written in uppercase, b) title in English, in uppercase in parentheses and italics, c) the authors’ names and surnames (with an asterisk, indicate in a footnote the organization where the work was done, the postal address and e-mail of the main author or the person to whom correspondence should be sent). Do not include authors’ titles or degrees.
1.2.2. Abstract in Spanish or English: These should be sufficiently informative as to be judged critically and should contain concise paragraphs on: a) The issue being researched and study objectives; b) the method used; c) results obtained; d) discussion of these and your conclusions.
1.2.3. Where possible, and where the subject matter allows it, works must be structured as follows: a) Introduction, b) Materials and Methods, c) Results, d) Discussion, e) Conclusion, f) Acknowledgements, g) Notes, h) Bibliography, i) Appendices.
1.2.4. Figures (drawings and photographs) and Tables. The size must not exceed 12.5cm x 19cm (or submultiples of this). Legends, titles and explanatory references must be included on separate pages with the respective numbers, which should be distinct for Figures and Tables. In the text, in the margin, indicate the place and order in which these should be placed.
1.2.5. Bibliography. Only include citations from the text, ordering these alphabetically by the surname of the main author. E.g:
1.2.5.1. Journal article: RELETHFORD, JH, LEES, FC and BYARD, PJ (1978) The use of principal components in the analysis of cross- sectorial growth data. Human Biology, 50:461-475.
1.2.5.2 Book: KEEMPF, F (1982) La vida Chilena. Estudios de Antropología Social. 3. ed., Valparaiso, Editorial Horizonte.
1.2.5.3. Work from a compilation: ROMERO, J (1951) Las mutilaciones dentarias. En: El arte de las mutilaciones dentarias, Enciclopedia Mexicanas S.A.
1.2.5.4. Article, report, editorial or information from a newspaper: ROJO VIVOT, A (1988) Las personas con discapacidad en extrema pobreza, La Voz (Montevideo, Uruguay), Año ll, Nº 6 (1910) pp 8.
1.2.6. Citations  in the text should be made by author. E.g.
1.2.6.1. One author: (Gonzales, 1972)
1.2.6.2. Two authors: (Perez & Romero, 1979)
1.2.6.3. More than two authors: (Munizaga et al., 1975)
1.2.7. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum and written at the end of the work, after the discussion and/or conclusion. These should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals and be inserted in parentheses in the text. Citations should be included in the text as indicated in point 1.5 of the bibliography.
1.2.8. Textual quotations should go in inverted commas. At the end the author(s) should be indicated in the same way as in point 1.1.1.5. If the quotation ends with suspension points and is textual, these should go before the inverted comma. If the author wishes to clarify something within the quotation, this should go in square brackets. If the author wishes to omit something in the quotation, suspension points should go in its place.
1.2.9. Use bold text to highlight one or more words in the text.
1.3. UPDATES
These are generally ordered in the same way as original works. The text should have a maximum length of 45 pages (full page) and the bibliography should be exhaustive and up to date, depending on the requisites of each subject.
1.4. LETTER TO THE EDITOR
These should refer to published articles or any other topic of interest, including suggestions and criticisms. They must be no longer than two pages. Up to five bibliographical citations may be included.
1.5. SPECIAL COLLABORATIONS
By invitation from the Editor, in accordance with the Editorial Committee, and should be Conferences, Original Works or Updates.

 

Sending manuscripts

 

The original manuscript and ONE (1) printed copy plus ONE (1) CD must be sent to: Revista CUADERNOS FHyCS-UNJu - Otero 257 - CP 4600 - S.S. de Jujuy (Argentina) - Tel 0388-4221603 Fax 0388-4221559. E-mail: info@cuadernos-fhycs.org.ar
All contributions should include an abstract in Spanish and English up to 250 words, and key words in Spanish and English in alphabetical order, printed single-spaced, Arial font, size 12 on A4-size paper. All pages should be numbered, including bibliography, graphs, tables, etc. If the work is accepted for publication, send ONE (1) printed original updated according to the review and the corresponding copy on a CD (Word-RTF format) or otherwise by e-mail.

 

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