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ISSN 0325-8203
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ISSN 1668-7027
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Instructions to authors

Scope and policy

Manuscripts will be taken into account by specialists, whether or not members of the Editorial Committee, taking into account relevant research area. Works must comply with the guidelines laid down in the General Rules for the Presentation of Manuscripts and they may be: (a) accepted, (b) conditionally accepted or (c) rejected. The Editors will communicate to the authors the decision taken it will not be subject to appeal.

In case of conditional acceptance, the authors will receive the suggestions offered by the Editors and reviewers. If the authors wish to resubmit the manuscript, they may do so within a period of 20 days counted from the date of the letter sent from the Editorial Office. During this period, the Editors will keep the copies of the original manuscript. If the authors do not resubmit it within this period, the possibility of publication will be canceled, unless a grace period not longer than 30 days is requested.

In case of acceptance and rejection, the authors will not receive back their manuscripts and the authors will be informed immediately about the decision. Accepted manuscripts will be kept for three years at the Editor's Office.

COPYRIGHT REGULATION

The Editor's written authorization will be required for partial or total reproduction of articles published in INTERDISCIPLINARIA. Proper recognition should be given to the effect that the tests, graphs, tables, etc., were originally published in INTERDISCIPLINARIA.

When an author includes quotations or data (tables, figures, etc.) previously published in books or periodicals, it is his / her responsibility to obtain written permission from the first publisher, and send it to the Editors of INTERDISCIPLINARIA.

 

 

Form and preparation of manuscripts

All papers must be written with double spaces, in Times New Roman, letter size 12, and on only one side of A4 paper, leaving enough margin for possible editorial corrections. Authors are asked to send brief curriculum vitae not longer than 150 words.

Papers should not be longer than 30 pages. Longer papers may be accepted at the discretion of the Editorial Board.

The delivery will be made in two electronic files of Word 2007 on CD and printed in duplicate, with typography Times New Roman and 12 points on body in sheets A4, with double line spacing and margins sufficient to allow for the possible editorial annotations.

The authors should submit a file that includes the cover with the following information:

a.- Title and subtitle (if any) of the article.
b.- Complete name of the author(s).
c.- Institutional affiliation of the author: academic degree and position at the time of the study.
d.- Running head (Max: 50 characters).
e.- Grants or other financial source that support the study.
f.- Institution where the study was performed.
g.- Address, telephone number, and electronic address of the author(s).
h.- City where the manuscript was written.
i.- Date in which the manuscript was sent for publication.
j.- The acknowledgements should state the surname, academic degree, and the type of collaboration.
k.- A brief curriculum vitae of each author.
Another file should include the piece of work with the following order of presentation:
a.- Spanish abstract (250 words if it is an experimental work and 150 if it is theoretical) and key words.
b.- English abstract (600 words) and key words.
c.- Text.
d.- References.
e.- Tables, graphs, photographs, and the text foot notes must be sent on separate pages.
f.- Footnotes concerning to the text must be consecutively numbered throughout the article. Footnotes should be indicated in the text with superscript Arabic numbers. The same will be included on separate pages.
g.- All pages, except the cover page must be numbered with Arabic numerals on the upper righthand corner.

Authors will be charged for paper longer than 30 pages including two pages with tables and two pages with graphs.

References within the text should be between parentheses stating the author's surname and year of publication.

Example:
It has been pointed out that the problem of factorial invariance should be analyzed according to the purpose of factor analysis (Thurstone, 1969).

Direct quotes should be indicated by quotation marks. The author's surname, year of publication, and pages must be in parentheses, following the quotations.

The use of weights and other measurements should be represented, as often as possible, in the metric scale.

Tables must be consecutively numbered throughout the article with Arabic numbers and have the title typed at the top of the page. The title will indicate: Table_ . The subtitle should be concise, accurate, and descriptive, so that the reader does not should refer to the text to understand the contents of the table.

Graphs should be drawn on white drawing paper, in computer systems, using black ink and serially numbered with Arabic numbers. Titles, numbers, symbols, and / or letters must be typewritten. The title should be brief but self-explanatory and typed at the bottom of the page.

Photographs must be printed in black and white. The number and title of the article should be written in pencil at the back and on top of each photograph. The corresponding captions and numbers of the photographs must be written on a separate page.

The location of graphs and photographs in the text should follow the rules given for tables.

 

Sending of manuscripts

Manuscripts submitted for publication must be unpublished and may be written in Spanish or in English. Final selection will be made by the Editorial Board of INTERDISCIPLINARIA.

Authors have to address their manuscripts to the Editors of INTERDISCIPLINARIA, Tte. Gral. Perón 2158 (C1040AAH), Buenos Aires, República Argentina.

 

 

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