The articles must be written in Spanish or in Portuguese, be unpublished and original, a space and a half (1,5), in A4 size paper, in Times New Roman font, font size 12, with a minimum length of 7 pages and a maximum of 20 pages. They must record the following information:
1. Title in Spanish and English
2. Author(s) name
3. Institutional affiliation
4. Email address
5. Abstract and keywords (Resumen y palabras claves) in Spanish
6. Abstract and keywords in English
The abstract in Spanish or Portuguese, as well as the abstract in English, must have 150 words as a maximum, 1.5 line spacing.
The articles must be sent in Word format to the Department of Writing email address (email@example.com).
The illustrations (photographs, drawings, engravings, etc.), tables, appendixes, and any other visual support must be ready to be printed, inside of the text general pattern. For the previously published appendixes, a complete biography and the editor’s permissions for the publication must be included.
The articles will be put into a double-blind evaluation, so they will be reviewed by two experts. If necessary, it will be resort to a third reader to ensure the quality of the works with views to be published in the journal.
QUOTES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES
The reference quotes in the text and in the bibliography will follow the American Psychological Association (APA) format.
The quotation in the body of the article will be accepted up to three lines as maximum, between double quotation marks. The noted quotation out of the body of the text will be more than three lines, with font size 11, simple line spacing, without quotation marks. The footnotes will be used just to provide complementary information, with font size 10 and simple line spacing.
All the mentioned references of the quotes (those included in the body of the article, as well as the ones appearing in the noted quotation out of the body of the text) will indicate the following information in parentheses: LAST NAME OF THE AUTHOR, year of publication, abbreviation and page number.
Example: (Perniola, 2008, p. 45)
When a paraphrased quote is based on the author, only the year of publication is included.
Example: According to Mario Perniola (2008), our society…
When the paraphrased quote is based on the text, the author and the year of publication are included.
Example: The contemporary society lives in an emotion objectification process (Perniola, 2008).
When more than one source of the same author is used, published in the same year, they will be distinguished by alphabetical order.
Example: (Cornejo Polar, 2009a, Cornejo Polar, 2009b, etc.)
The bibliographic references must be recorded at the end of the article, quoted in alphabetical order, without numbering, with 1.5 line spacing. If there is more than a work of the same author, quote respecting the chronological order.
In the case of a book quotation, the following information will be indicated: LAST NAME OF THE AUTHOR, initial of the author’s name. Year of publication. Book Title (in italics), volume, chapter and/or pages. City and country where it was published, and the Editorial name.
BLOCK DE BEHAR, L. (1994). La retorica del silencio. Argentina: Siglo XXI Editores.
In the case of a journal, it will be recorded as: Last name of each author, initial of the name(s). Year of publication (in parentheses). Title of the work without quotation marks, Name of the journal (in italics), volume in cursive, the number in parentheses, the first page-final page of the article
LOPEZ LENCI, Y. (2005) Las vanguardias peruanas: la reconstruccion de continuidades culturales. Revista de Critica Literaria Latinoamericana, 36(62), 143-161. The references will be quoted in the work and each one will be recorded on the reference list at the end of the text.
The reviews must be unpublished and original, with 1.5 line spacing, A4 size paper, in Times New Roman font, font size 12, with a length of four pages maximum.
The reviews must be sent in Word format to the Department of Writing email address (firstname.lastname@example.org).