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AUTHOR GUIDELINES

 

Objective and politics

Author Guidelines


 

Objetive and politics

The Uruguayan Antrhopology and Ethnography Magazine is a biannual  publication of original and unpublished articles showing a relevant and evaluated academic life production. La Revista Uruguaya de Antropología y Etnografía (Uruguayan Anthropology and Ethnography Magazine).
As the name suggests, the publication turns towards the center of the Anthropological. Sciences, taking into account an internal potential diversity while keeping and highlighting an ethnographic obser- vation vocation, analisys and writing on objects, relationships, peoples, cities, identities, and cultural phenomena in general.

Author Guidelines

 

The Uruguayan Anthropologic and Ethnographic Magazine only publishes original material and has five sections that make up its index

1. Editorial, 2. Studies and Essays, 3. Investigation Advances, 4. Dossier, 5. Open space and Reviews.

Arbitrations and Quality Controls
Articles on Section 2 are subject to “double blind”2 arbitration. The whole content already has academic guarantee: it comes from investigations already evaluated with institutional backing, book presentations or post degree thesis.
The whole publication has production and academic activi- ties duely evaluated.

All the material passes the editor and assistant editors review plus the backing of the Editorial Board.
The final product pushes us to keep looking for contributions, on line with an opening referring subjects from abroad that provide new points of view and keeping us updated.

Publication Norms for the Uruguayan Anthropology and Ethnography Magazine
Articles subject to “double blind” arbitration by peers are published on Section 2. Studies and Essays. Norms here estate that articles should not be over 30.000 characters (20 pages in body 12, simple 21space between lines) including bibliography. They must also include a brief in Spanish up to 250 words (approx. 1500 characters) and five keywords. Title, brief and keywords must have an English and a Portuguese version. Bibliography should follow the APA 6th edition international reference norms in all cases.
Book title
Alzugarat A., (2007) Paper Trenches. Dictatorship and Prison Literature in Uruguay. Montevideo: Trilce
Chapter in a Collective Book or Acts
Carriquiry, M. (2010) Identity and Literature in Uruguay. In Rita, C. (comp.) Un Paese che cambia. Saggiantropoligci sull’ Uruguay. Tra memoria e attualitá, (137-162), Roma: Cisu
Magazine Article
O’Donnell, G., (2000) Compared Democratic and Political Theory. Economic Development –Social Sciences Magazine. Vol. 39(156), 519-570
From the Web
Engels, F. Contribution to the Housing Shortage Problem (from Marx and Engels Selected Works, Vol. 3, pp. 314-396) Date of link, http//www. nouvelleage.org/eng001.pdf
Pictures, drawings or maps should be sent as separated archive, with a minimum resolution of 250 pixels per inch. Footnotes are accepted. In text quotations, including material published on Internet should make reference to author, date and page, with complete information in the bibliography at the end of the article.

Only original, unpublished material is accepted, having preference those referred to the specific themes of the current edition, written in Spanish and Portuguese. We also publish articles translated from English, French and Italian.
Authors should send a footnote including personal and professional data, institution where they belong, current function at same, phone number, address and e-mail.
Notes should be at page-foot (footnotes), never at the end of the article.
Bibliographic references within the text should have this format: Author’s last name – edition year- page. Example: (Bordieu, 1993, 57)     All material received is sent to external evaluators named by the Editorial Committee. The evaluation process is anonymous for both parties and takes from 30 to 60 days.
Should the Editorial Committee not answer to the authors within two months of their sending the article, they can claim it by previously communicating to the editors.
Once the article is accepted by the evaluation, the decision will be communicated to the authors for the publication. From that moment on, the authors have 20 days to make any necessary changes and will not be allowed to present the material to other publications.

 

  

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