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Instructions to authors

 

 

CUADERNOS FHyCS-UNJu, is a biannual publication that includes works from different disciplines of the Humanities and Social Sciences, addressed at all levels of readers interested in the sciences of man. The main objective of CUADERNOS FHyCS-UNJu, is to contribute to generating an editorial space of excellence for the national and international dissemination and integration of regional scientific production in the field of social sciences.
The works in Spanish, English, Portuguese or French, may be original research and updates or revisions of specific topics. Sections such as Editorials, Writing Letters, Journals of Magazines, International Collaborations, etc., will also be included at the discretion of the Editor in Charge and the Editorial Committee. Some original works, and by mutual agreement with the author, might be published with comments, criticisms and answers.
Contributions are received at any time of the year and will be submitted to the arbitration process. If they are eventually accepted they will be published in order of acceptance. Authors are responsible for the content of the works and the correct use of the bibliographic references cited in them
If material is used and the property is not owned by the authors, it is their responsibility to have the authorizations for the use, reproduction and publication of pictures, graphics, maps, photographs, etc.

 

Form and preparation of manuscripts
1) ORIGINAL ARTICLES
2) PAPER PRESENTATION
2.1) THE FIRST PAGE WILL CONTAIN
a) Title of the contribution written in capital letters and bold;
b) Title in English, in italic capital letters and between parentheses;
c) Below full names of the authors and surnames (the name of the institution where the work has been done will be indicated with an asterisk, postal address and email address of the main author to whom correspondence must be addressed).
Do not record to the titles or degrees of the authors;
d) Abstract in Spanish (up to 300 words);
e) Abstract in English (Summary);
f) Keywords in Spanish and English (in alphabetical order and separated by commas).

2.2) SUMMARY
The summary and corresponding abstract must be sufficiently informative to be judged critically and will contain concise paragraphs on:
a) The problem being investigated and the objectives of the work;
b) The method used to approach it;
c) The results obtained;
d) The discussion of the results and their conclusions.

2.3) GENERAL STRUCTURE OF THE WORK
As far as possible and when the theme of the work allows it, it should be structured according to the following scheme:
a) Introduction;
b) Materials and Methods;
c) Results
d) Discussion and Conclusions;
e) Acknowledgments and
f) Bibliography.

3) FIGURES, MAPS, PHOTOS and TABLES
The size of the figures and graphs, maps, photos and tables can be framed within 12 cm wide x 19 cm long and for a correct printing the originals will be sent in color and grayscale.
The captions, titles or amplifying references will be written on a separate sheet with the respective consecutive numbering and in Arabic numerals, different for Figures and Tables. In the text, on the margin, indicate the place and order in which they have to be interspersed.

4) BIBLIOGRAPHY
It should contain only the quotations used in the text, ordered alphabetically for publication, but for the purposes of editorial work and indexing the citations, they will be sent in the following order:

a) Books
1. Author/s: LAST NAME (in capital letters) and first letter/s of the name/s
2. Year of publication (between parentheses, no endpoint);
3. Title of the complete book including subtitles (in lowercase);
4. Edition and volume (between parentheses separated by a comma);
5. Place of publication;
6. Editorial. If there is not editorial, [s.n] must be written from the Latin sine nomine, which means no name.

Examples:
FLORES DE FERNÁNDEZ, R (1965) History of Nursing in Venezuela: Synthesis of its educational evolution. Caracas, Venezuela [s.n]
HOFFMAN, CP and LIPKIN, GB (1981) Simplified Nursing. (19a.ed.). Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott.
NADEAU, BM (1994) Studies in the history of cutlery.(6a, ed., Vol 4). San Diego, CA, USA Academic press
PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION. (1969) Technical Conference 1968: nutrition activities at the local level of a general health service. Washington, DC, USA

b) Book chapters
1. Author / s: LAST NAME (in capital letters) and first letter/s of the name/s;
2. Year of publication (between parentheses without endpoint);
3. Title of the chapter of the book (in lowercase);
4. In: (followed by the author / editor / compiler of the book LAST NAME in uppercase and initial of the name);
5. Title of the book (in lowercase);
6. Edition and paging number (in parentheses separated by a comma);
7. Place of edition;
8. Editorial

Example:
O'NEIL, JM y EGAN, J (1992) Men's and women's gender role journeys; Methaphor for healing, transition and transformation. En: WAINRIB, BR (Ed.), Gender issues across the life cycle (4a.ed., pp.107-123). Nueva York, EE.UU. Springer.

c) Original Articles

IN SCIENTIFIC PERIODIC PUBLICATIONS

1. Author / s of the article: LAST NAME and first letter/s of name/s / s;
2. Year of publication (between parentheses without endpoint);
3. Title of the article (in lowercase with endpoint);
4. Title of the journal (in lowercase letters, followed by a comma);
5. Volume (followed by a comma);
6. Number between parentheses followed by two points;
7. Pagination (initial and final page separated by a hyphen, and the final page followed by a period).

Example: PRIETO, A (2001) Instrument for the evaluation of clinical fields for professional nursing education (ECCE). Nursing Horizon, 12 (1), 11-21. KERNIS, MH, CORNELL, DP, SUN, CR, BERRY, A, and HARLOW, T (1993) There is more to self-esteem than if it is high or low: The importance of stability of self-esteem. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 65, 1190-1204.

IN NON-PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS (Proceedings of theCongress)

1. Author / s of the article: LAST NAME and First letter/s of the name/ s;
2. Year of publication (between parentheses without endpoint);
3. Title of the article (in lowercase with endpoint);
4. Title of the publication or Minutes (in lowercase, followed by a comma);
5. Volume (followed by a comma);
6. Number in parentheses followed by two points;
7. Pagination (initial and final page separated by a hyphen, followed by the final page by a period).

d) Thesis

1. Author: LAST NAME and first letter/s of the name/s
2. Year (between parenthesis) without endpoint (if the Thesis was published year of publication will be considered, otherwise he year of approval will be placed omitting point 6.
3. Title of the article (in lowercase with endpoint);
4. Mention of the thesis (indicate degree to be obtained (between parentheses);
5. Place;
6. Name of the School, Faculty and University;
7. Editorial;
8. Pagination (initial and final page separated by a hyphen, followed by the final page with a period).

Example: HOLUIGUE BARROS, A (1979) International movements of capital: theoretical analysis and application of the Chilean case in the period 1959 - 1975. Thesis (Master in Economics). Santiago, Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Instituto de Economía, pp. 117-118.

e) Non-scientific Periodicals (Newspapers, Journals, etc.)

1. Author (s): LAST NAME and First letter/s of thename/ s (In the case of an article that has not the author identification, in point N ° 1 the name of the medio will be placed, responsible for its publication);
2. Year (between parentheses) without end-point;
3. Title of the article;
4. Name of the newspaper;
5. Pagination COMMA day and month

Example: SCHWARTZ, J (1993) Obesity affects economic, social status. The Washington Post, pp. 1- 4, 30/09.

f) Rules and Laws

1. Number of the law and official name if it has it;
2. Year of publication (between parentheses) without endpoint;
3. Title of the publication in which it appears officially
4. Place of publication;
5. Date (indicate day and month).

Example: Law No. 18525 (2003) OfficialGazette El Peruano, Lima, Peru, 20/06.

1. Author (s); LAST NAME and first letter/s of the name/s (write the name between parentheses the function of the main responsible person: Director, Writer or Producer);
2. Year of publication (between parentheses);
3. Title of the work;
4. Put the expression "Film or whatever corresponds" [between brackets];
5. Place of origin (where it was made and published, followed by two points);
6. Name of the Cinematographic Study.

Example: SCORSESE, M (Producer), and LONERGAN, K (Writer / Director) (2000) You can count on me [Movie] .United States: Paramount Pictures.

h) Digitized materials (WEB, CD, ETC)
1. Author (s): LAST NAME and First letter of the name or NAME OF THE INSTITUTION;
2. Year of edition or publication (between parentheses);
3. Title of the original document (WEB or CD, etc.);
4. Put the expression "Retrieved on";
5. Consultation date: day, month and year;
6. Put the expression "of";
7. E-mail address

AUTHORS WHO USE IMAGES, FIGURES, MAPS, GRAPHICS, ETC. WHICH ARE ORIGINAL IMAGES TAKEN FROM OTHER PRINTED OR DIGITAL PUBLICATIONS, MUST DO THE CORRESPONDING CITATION.

5) Quotations
Quotations in the text will be done by authors.
Examples:
5.1. Only one author (Gonzales, 1972)
5.2. Two authors: (Perez y Romero, 1978)
5.3. More than two authors (Munizaga et al., 1975)

Textual Quotations are enclosed in quotation marks. At the end, the author or authors should be recorded in the same way as in point 5.1. If the quote ends with an ellipsis and is textual, these must go before the quotes. If within the quotation the author wants to clarify something, the explanation should go between square brackets. If it is necessary to delete something inside it, ellipses must be used in its place. If you want to highlight one or more words in the text, you must write them in bold.
Letters in bold must be used if one or more words are highlighted.

6) THE NOTES
The Notes should be reduced to a minimum and written at the end of the work after the discussion and / or conclusions. Its numbering in Arabic numbers must be consecutive and progressive and will be placed between parentheses in the text.

7) FROM THE EDITOR AND EDITORIAL COMMITTEE
The Editor and the Editorial Committee of CUADERNOS reserve the right to return the articles that do not adapt to the rules set out, so that the authors introduce the required modifications.

 

The original article must be uploaded in the OJS System (Open Journal System) of CUADERNOS FHyCS-UNJu Magazine http://revista.fhycs.unju.edu.ar/revistacuadernos
The presentation of the work will have the following format: Word text processor version 97-2003, Arial font, font size 12, single space and A4 paper size. It will include: a summary in Spanish and English of up to 300 words, keywords in Spanish and English arranged alphabetically and separated by commas. The text will have a maximum length of 20 pages, which must be numbered, including bibliography, graphics, tables, etc.


 

 

 

 

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