Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
- Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
- The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
- If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS OF POLITICS, GLOBALITY AND CITIZENSHIP JOURNAL
ISSN: 2395-8448 (On Line)
FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF NUEVO LEÓN
POLITICS, GLOBALITY AND CITIZENSHIP JOURNAL is a scientific publication arbitrated and indexed of the Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Relaciones Internacionales from the Universidad Autonóma de Nuevo León. Circulating in electronic format since 2015, on a six-monthly basis, discloses the scientific production of national and international researchers, in different disciples related to Political Science and International Relations.
That is why the Editorial Team of Politics, Globality and Citizenship Journal is dedicated to the strengthening of scientific and editorial quality, so it requires the originality of each article submitted for publication. Here are some general considerations that researchers should consider in order to apply to the journal:
✓ The length of the articles will have a minimum of 20 pages and a maximum of 25, with Times New Roman 12 font, at space and medium, on letter-sized paper, with consecutive numbering of all pages, including cover, tables, tables and charts. The margin will be 2.5 for each of its sides. The maximum number of participants in each article will be 4 researchers, who must be duly identified (Name and Surname, Institutional Affiliation, Current Position, Electronic Address and ORCID Code).
✓ Articles will be sent in Word format to firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com. At the time of submission of the article, the author or authors must send a resume, and other information of interest that is requested, where their complete data and their scanned signature are incorporated, in addition to stating that the article is unpublished and that it is not in the process of evaluation in another journal.
✓ It is important to state, that authors must be professionals, teachers and researchers with minimal postgraduate training and experts in the proposed subject.
✓The editorial committee of the Politics, Globality and Citizenship Journal shall consider accepting or rejecting the articles in the first instance, after a preliminary review showing that it does not comply with the requirements set out in this document.
✓All articles received in the Political, Globality and Citizenship Journal will be subject to an academic peer evaluation process under the double-blind modality, being able to be evaluators of institutions at national and international level, who will issue their verdict, being: (publishable without modification, publishable with some suggestions, publishable with substantial modifications and non-publichable). In the event of any discrepancy between the results, a third evaluation pair shall be forwarded, which shall be final. In any case, the verdict resulting from peer evaluation will be unappealable and irrevocable.
✓ Authors will have a maximum of fifteen business days to make the respective corrections in each review (Preliminary Review, Peer Evaluation, and Final Adjustments).
✓ The reviews and evaluations of the items are determined by the number of items on the waiting list. The editorial committee of the Politics Review, Globality and Citizenship Journal will inform the authors about the progress of their work in the evaluation and editing process.
✓ The editorial committee of the journal reserves the right to make the correction of style and editorial changes that it deems necessary to improve the work.
Structure and Presentation of the Articles
You should account for an object of investigation and not the target, therefore, it should not start with verb. The extent should not exceed twelve words. It must be closely related to the content of the job. Avoid starting with an item or preposition. It should be short, specific and informative.
It will have a maximum of 200 words, in a single paragraph, written in the third person and in the past. It should contain objectives (general and specific objectives), developed methodology (methods and techniques used, excluding reflection articles), results (main findings) and conclusions (synthesis of conclusions). All your information must come from the text of the article. Avoid textual quotations, abbreviations, and bibliographic references.
Between 3 and 5 descriptive terms sorted alphabetically that represent the main content of the article. They should facilitate consultation in databases, consult thesaurus according to the appropriate topic. They can be compound words. This classification can be found at: http://vocabularies.unesco.org/browser/thesaurus/es/
It's the same 12-point Times New Roman summary. A space line must be left between the abstract paragraph and the Key Words line.
They are the same 3 to 5 keywords in the English language, sorted alphabetically.
There must be consistency between the title, objective and results set out in the article. It raises the problem, the problem question and the general and specific objectives, the definition of their variables, limitations, scopes, justification of the subject and background with citations in APA, Seventh Version.
You must make correct use of the language and its grammar. You must keep strict correspondence with the other sections of the job. The internal organization must be consistent and balanced. Empirical information must have the respective source and theoretical reference. The contribution of the authors of the article should be clear. Copyright must be respected.
This section should mention the methodological design used to meet the objectives, as well as the materials, tools or resources used for research development. The research paradigm, the criterion of inclusion and exclusion, the sample size. Research method and how the data was analyzed.
They are the actors involved in the research, size and type of the sample, sampling (probabilistic, non-probabilistic, random simple, stratified, or by conglomerate), the way the sample of the universe was selected.
The research techniques that were applied, the type of instrument, and the description of the fieldwork. Mention the fundamental reason for the choice of the instrument used, describing its validity and reliability.
The phases or stages in which the research is carried out (from the beginning to its completion).
The results should be clearly stated. Considering how they are embodied, if they are; analytical, descriptive, evaluative, or comparative. The results can be presented in tables, figures, graphics, maps and drawings. They must be presented in an orderly and sequential manner, matching the proposed objective for the article.
Statistical analysis should consider the level of the different variables involved in the research process. If you have hypotheses, it must be clearly stipulated to approve or reject it. Statistical analysis should be considered to be considered at each of the variables addressed, in a technical, qualitative or quantitative form.
Tables, Tables and Charts
The boxes must be numbered consecutively. Like figures, they must be numbered independently of that of the boxes. Each painting or figure must be accompanied by a legend that clearly describes the material. Titles must account for the content of the information. The paintings, figures and photographs must be original to the author(s). If they are modifications or reproductions of another article, it is necessary to accompany them with the permission of the corresponding publisher.
Boxes, graphs, tables, images, and other elements must be included in the body of the text in an editable format or attached to the original programs in which they were made.
They should not constitute a repetition of the results. Conclusions should be a thoughtful rework of results with a high level of abstraction. It's different from a final reflection. Appointments should be avoided.
The alphabetical list of the identification data of the sources cited in the article, is located at the end of the article and in all cases follows the American Psychological Association APA Standards, latest version. It should include all necessary information that allows the reader to locate the documents cited in a text. The information must be accurate, as it appears in the original document. They must have recent bibliographic references and periodical scientific publications.
The list of references is made with leading of 1.5, each must have French indentation and must be organized according to the alphabetical order of the surnames of the authors of the sources. For reference of the number of volumes of a publication it is necessary to use Arabic and non-Roman numbers.
All authors cited in the body of an article must be referenced at the end. An author who has not been quoted in the text should never be referred to and vice versa.
The general elements of a reference are:
Author's last name, first name. (Year of publication). Title of the work in italics. (Edit). City: Editorial.
Examples of APA references:
Last name, First name initial (year). Title in italics. Publishing city: Editorial.
With an author:
Chomsky, N. (1983). Rules and representations. Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica
With two authors:
Ardila, A. & Ostrossky-Solís, F. (1989). Brain organization of language and cognitive processes. Nueva York: Plenum Press.
With new edition:
Bouquet, T., and Casanova, M. (1998). Theory and practice of evaluation in secondary education. (2nd ed.) Spain: Escuela Española S.A.
With corporate author:
American Psychological Association. (2001). Publications Style Manual (2nd. Ed. In Spanish). Mexico City: Author.
Essay or chapter inside a book
Last name, First name initial (year). Title of the essay or chapter. Initial of the last name
(Eds.) / (comps.), Book title (pp. xx - xx). City: Editorial.
González, F. (1998). Political violence and the difficulties of building the public in Colombia: a long-running look. In F. Arocha and M. Jimeno I (Eds.), Violence: Increasing Inclusion (pp. 309-330). Bogota: Faculty of Human Sciences- National University.
Last name, First name initial (year). Title of the article. Magazine name, volume (number), range of pages quoted.
Guash, G., & Fox, V. (2008). Tired child: school fatigue analysis. Parents and Teachers,2, 10-18.
Articles in periodicals
Last name, Initial of the first name (year, day month). Title of the article. Name of the magazine. Volume (Number), pp – pp.
Sánchez, A. (2000,13 May). Bogota: The capital closest to the stars. Geomundo,24, 20-29.
Symposia and conferences
Last name, First name initial (month, year). Title of presentation or communication. In Initial of the president's last name. (Presidency), Title of the event. Symposium or conference held at the congress, Place.
Manrique, D., & Aponte, L. (June, 2011). Evolution in the study and conceptualization of consciousness. In H. Castillo (Presidency), Psychoanalysis in Latin America. Symposium held at the XXXIII Ibero-American Congress of Psychology, Medellin, Colombia.
Last Name, First Name Initial (year). Title. Unpublished manuscript.
Bringiotti, M. I. & Barbich, A. (1992). Adaptation and validation of Child Abuse Potential Inventory - CAP. Preliminary version for Argentina. Unpublished manuscript.
Last Name, First Name Initial (year). Thesis degree (Undergraduate, Master's or Doctoral Thesis). Name of the institution, place.
Shock, R. (2007). Evaluation of the educational life skills program in secondary education. (Unpublished Master's thesis). Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru.
Last name, First name initial (year). Title. Place of publication: Publishing house. Retrieved from, e-mail address (URL).
National Planning Department (2003). Violence figures 1996-2002. Retrieved from: http://www.dnp.gov.co/paginas_detalle.aspx?idp=562. 10
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