Envíos

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Lista de comprobación para la preparación de envíos

Como parte del proceso de envío, los autores/as están obligados a comprobar que su envío cumpla todos los elementos que se muestran a continuación. Se devolverán a los autores/as aquellos envíos que no cumplan estas directrices.
  • El envío no ha sido publicado previamente ni se ha sometido a consideración por ninguna otra revista (o se ha proporcionado una explicación al respecto en los Comentarios al editor/a).
  • El archivo de envío está en formato OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF o WordPerfect.
  • Siempre que sea posible, se proporcionan direcciones URL para las referencias.
  • El texto tiene interlineado sencillo; 12 puntos de tamaño de fuente; se utiliza cursiva en lugar de subrayado (excepto en las direcciones URL); y todas las ilustraciones, figuras y tablas se encuentran colocadas en los lugares del texto apropiados, en vez de al final.
  • El texto se adhiere a los requisitos estilísticos y bibliográficos resumidos en las Directrices del autor/a, que aparecen en Acerca de la revista.

Directrices para autores/as

Submissions

Before submitting a paper, authors must read Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the instructions below. To be considered for publication, the Contributions must meet the Minimum Standard described below.

1. Before Submission

Authors are strongly advised to read the Journal's Editorial Policy in "About the Journal" section before contemplating submission of a paper.

2. Minimum Standard

  • The CUJ requires authors to include such a letter, which must contain all useful contact information — email address, fax and phone numbers, postal address, etc.
  • Submissions can be written in English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese or Italian, formatted to be simple‐spaced with margins of not less than 25mm (or one inch), an A4 page size, 12-point font and automatic page numbering.
  • Articles will normally be no longer than 8,000 words of main text including bibliography (though longer pieces of exceptional significance will be considered); the acceptance bar rises with increasing length. Book Reviews are normally no longer than 1,800 words (and will be subject to the same rule about increasing length); they must engage with books recently published.
  • A short but properly informative abstract (maximum 350 words, minimum 200 words for a full‐length paper) at the beginning of the paper is required, followed by 3 to 6 keywords. BOTH: ABSTRACT & KEYWORDS MUSS BE ALSO WRITTEN IN ENGLISH.
  • Typescripts must be carefully proof‐read prior to submission so that referees do not have their time wasted in identifying and listing errors.
  • Manuscripts may be submitted in a limited range of standard formats, including .doc, .docx, and .rtf. Authors who write in LaTeX must convert their files to .rtf prior to submission.
  • In order to facilitate dispassionate refereeing, neither the name(s) of the author(s) nor any institutional affiliation may be shown in the paper itself, and all references to an author's own work(s) must be disguised (e.g. by being made in an impersonal and neutral form), with journal and book titles/publishers suppressed, or omitted altogether. Acknowledgments of gratitude must likewise be omitted. (Self‐identifying references may be restored after the evaluation process is complete.)
  • The Editor requires that all the above conditions are met as a minimum standard before the paper is considered, and advises authors that footnotes rather than endnotes are more convenient for readers, as is a final consolidated bibliography.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Papers which contain old Greek characters please use this font: New Athena Unicode, available for free at:

http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~pinax/greekkeys/NAUdownload.html

The submission process cannot be completed unless the author certifies that the manuscript meets this Journal's Minimum Standard.

3. Journal Style

For purposes of assessment, only the much less exacting Minimum Standard need be met. The requirements of Journal Style are not imposed on authors until a paper has been conditionally accepted, or unconditionally accepted for publication, when it must be supplied in a limited range of formats which the publisher's typesetters can handle, namely .doc, .docx, or .rtf. (Authors whose original submission was written in LaTeX can find help with the conversion process here.) The content must conform to the guidelines below.

Layout Style

The following general pattern must be followed in production of a final version for the Editor:

TITLE

Author's Name

(Institutional Affiliation) 

Abstract [N.B. As space is at a premium, the abstract must not just repeat passages from the opening of the main text.]

Keywords [3 to 6 carefully‐chosen keywords will maximize the chance of your article's being found in electronic searching.]

Main Text*

References

[*The Main Text should be divided into convenient sections with arabic numerals for each section and decimalization for sub‐sections. For example:

1. Introduction...Some text.

...footnote. {N.B. The CUJ require footnotes, not endnotes.}

2. XXX

2.1 XXX Some more text.

2.2 XXX Yet more text.] 

Text Style

  • Acronyms are deprecated. Unmemorable acronyms are prohibited.
  • Substantial quotations (40 words or more) should be indented without quotation marks. Other quotations should be enclosed by single quotation marks.
  • Format for left justification only and disable any hyphenization programme.
  • The date used in the main text and footnotes should be that of the edition used.
  • Anachronism and absurdity (such as “Hegel2001”) should be minimized, where possible, by using the original date of publication in citations and indicating in the Bibliography the date of the edition actually cited.
  • References should be given in brackets, in the text whenever possible. Footnotes should be substantive; those merely giving citations should be avoided.
  • Citations should appear in the text in the following forms: (author's surname/s year: page number/s if any), unless the author's name forms part of the sentence.

Bibliography: a final list, in alphabetical order by author, must be formatted according to the Author‐Date style.

Declaración de privacidad

Los nombres y las direcciones de correo electrónico introducidos en esta revista se usarán exclusivamente para los fines establecidos en ella y no se proporcionarán a terceros o para su uso con otros fines.