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FUNES - JOURNAL OF NARRATIVES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

EDITORIAL GUIDELINES


BASIC RULES

  • The Paper must be original and unpublished.
  • The Paper's lenght must be from 5000 to 6500 words.
  • The paper's Language must be english, italian or french.
  • The Paper must be in Word format (.doc, .docx).


Please Submit your paper file to info@atelierfunes.com and atelierfunes@gmail.com


Text justified, garamond 13, single interline spacing.

Do not use double or multiple space!

 Name, Surname, Institue of provenience and academic position of the author, mail address.

Title centered and bold, garamond 14

 

Abstract and key words:

Abstract must be in english language, placed after the paper title, and it must not exceed 150 words space included.

Then, insert five keywords in english language.

 

Paragraph titles garamond 13 and bold.

 

Bibliography and author biografy (max 5 lines) at the end of article

Please do not underline

Footnotes are accepted (but sparingly!)

 

Pictures, tables and graphics must be inside the text.

 

Duble-blind peer review:

The paper will be made anonymous and will be sent to two referees who will assess the content of the paper.

If both referees do not approve the paper, it will be definitively refused.

The peer reviews will be sent to the author directly form the editorial board.

After the anonymous reviews, the author is allowed to modify and revise is paper just once.

The paper will be published only after definitive approval from referees.

 

CITATIONS IN THE TEXT:

APA uses the author-date method of citation. The last name of the author and the date of publication are inserted in the text in the appropriate place.

When referencing or summarizing a source, provide the author and year. When quoting or summarizing a particular passage, include the specific page or paragraph number, as well. When quoting in your paper, if a direct quote is less than 40 words, incorporate it into your text and use quotation marks. If a direct quote is more than 40 words, make the quotation a freestanding indented block of text and DO NOT use quotation marks.

One work by one author:

In one developmental study (Smith, 1990), children learned...

OR

In the study by Smith (1990), primary school children...

OR

 

In 1990, Smith’s study of primary school children… 

Works by multiple authors:

When a work has 2 authors cite both names every time you reference the work in the text. When a work has three to five authors cite all the author names the first time the reference occurs and then subsequently include only the first author followed by et al. For example:

First citation: Masserton, Slonowski, and Slowinski (1989) state that...

Subsequent citations: Masserton et al. (1989) state that...

For 6 or more authors, cite only the name of the first author followed by et al. and the year.

Works by no identified author:

When a resource has no named author, cite the first few words of the reference entry (usually the title). Use double quotation marks around the title of an article, chapter, or Web page. Italicize the title of a periodical, book, brochure, or report. For example:

The site seemed to indicate support for homeopathic drugs (“Medical Miracles,” 2009).

The brochure argues for homeschooling (Education Reform, 2007).

Treat reference to legal materials such as court cases, statutes, and legislation like works

with no author.

Two or more works in the same parenthetical citation:

Citations of two or more works in the same parentheses should be listed in the order they appear in the reference list (i.e., alphabetically, then chronologically).

Several studies (Jones & Powell, 1993; Peterson, 1995, 1998; Smith, 1990) suggest

that...

Specific parts of a source

Always give the page number for quotations or to indicate information from a specific table, chart, chapter, graph, or page. The word page is abbreviated but not chapter. For example:

The painting was assumed to be by Matisse (Powell, 1989, Chapter 6), but later analysis showed it to be a forgery (Murphy, 1999, p. 85). If, as in the instance of online material, the source has neither visible paragraph nor page numbers, cite the heading and the number of the paragraph following it. This allows the reader to locate the text in the source. For example:

The patient wrote that she was unimpressed by the doctor’s bedside manner (Smith, 2006, Hospital Experiences section, para. 2). 

CITATIONS IN A REFERENCE LIST:

In general, references should contain the author name, publication date, title, and publication information. Include the issue number if the journal is paginated by issue.

For information obtained electronically or online include the DOI:

DOI - a unique alphanumeric string assigned to identify content and provide a persistent link to its location on the internet. The DOI is typically located on the first page of the electronic journal article near the copyright notice. When a DOI is used in your citation, no other retrieval information is needed. Use this format for the DOI in references: doi:xxxxxxx

If no DOI has been assigned to the content, provide the home page URL of the journal or of the book or report publisher. Do not insert a hyphen if you need to break a URL across lines; do not add a period after a URL, to prevent the impression that the period is part of the URL.

In general, it is not necessary to include database information. Do not include retrieval dates unless the source material has changed over time.

 

Book:

Strunk, W., Jr., & White, E. B. (1979). The guide to everything and then some more stuff.

 New York, NY: Macmillan.

Gregory, G., & Parry, T. (2006). Designing brain-compatible learning (3rd ed.). Thousand

 Oaks, CA: Corwin.

 

Chapter of a Book:

Bergquist, J. M. (1992). German Americans. In J. D. Buenker & L. A. Ratner (Eds.),

Multiculturalism in the United States: A comparative guide to acculturation and

 ethnicity (pp. 53-76). New York, NY: Greenwood.

 

Journal Article with DOI:

Paivio, A. (1975). Perceptual comparisons through the mind's eye. Memory & Cognition, 3,

635-647. doi:10.1037/0278-6133.24.2.225

 

Journal Article without DOI (when DOI is not available):

Becker, L. J., & Seligman, C. (1981). Welcome to the energy crisis. Journal of Social

Issues, 37(2), 1-7.

Hamfi, A. G. (1981). The funny nature of dogs. E-journal of Applied Psychology, 2(2), 38

 -48. Retrieved from http://ojs.lib.swin.edu.au/index.php/fdo 

 Online Newspaper Articles:

Becker, E. (2001, August 27). Prairie farmers reap conservation's rewards. The New York

Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com

 

Encyclopedia Articles:

Brislin, R. W. (1984). Cross-cultural psychology. In R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Encyclopedia of

psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 319-327). New York, NY: Wiley.

Developmental genetics. (2005). In Cambridge encyclopedia of child development.

Retrieved from http://0-

www.credoreference.com.library.muhlenberg.edu:80/entry/cupchilddev/development

al_genetics

 

Technical and Research Reports (often with corporate authors)

Hershey Foods Corporation. (2001, March 15). 2001 Annual Report. Retrieved from

http://www.hersheysannualreport.com/2000/index.htm

 

Book Reviews:

Dent-Read, C., & Zukow-Goldring, P. (2001). Is modeling knowing? [Review of the book

Models of cognitive development, by K. Richardson]. American Journal of

Psychology, 114, 126-133.

NOTE: For articles that have a DOI, see Journal Article with DOI example.

 

Data Sets:

Simmons Market Research Bureau. (2000). Simmons national consumer survey [Data file].

 New York, NY: Author.

 

Blog post:

Lincoln, D. S. (2009, January 23). The likeness and sameness of the ones in the middle.

[Web log post]. Retrieved from

http://www.blogspace.com/lincolnworld/2009/1/23.php

 

Website with no author or date of publication:

Census data revisited. (n.d.). Retrieved March 9, 2009, from Harvard, Psychology of

Population website, http://harvard.edu/data/index.php

Do not include retrieval dates unless the source material may change over time. If no

DOI has been assigned to the content, provide the homepage URL. 

Reprint from Another Source:

 

Citation in the text:

(Newton, 1998/1999).

 

Reference List Citation:

Newton, W. (1999). Return to Mars. In C. Mari (Ed.), Space Exploration (pp. 32-

41). New York, NY: H.W. Wilson. (Reprinted from National Geographic,

pp. 2-26, August 1998).

 

 

Lista di controllo per l'invio di una proposta

Gli autori devono controllare la rispondenza della loro proposta di contributo alle richieste seguenti, pena il rifiuto delle proposte che non aderiscano a queste linee guida.

  1. The Paper must be original and unpublished.
  2. The Paper's lenght must be from 5000 to 6500 words.
  3. The paper's Language must be english, italian or french.
  4. The Paper must be in Word format (.doc, .docx).
  5. Please Submit your paper file to info@atelierfunes.com and atelierfunes@gmail.com
 

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