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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

ARTICLES:

Manuscript submission is to be done by email attachment to: [email protected]. The article should be sent in two different versions. One of them formatted in Rich Text Format (.rtf) or Microsoft Word (.doc), including the author name and institutional address. The other one is requested in Portable Document Format (.pdf) and prepared for anonymous refereeing, with all the identifying information removed. If symbols or other technical apparatus are used, relevant fonts have to be sent in the attachment or, alternatively, the PDF file should contain embedded fonts. Papers published in THEORIA do not exceed 10,000 words including abstract, footnotes, and references.

References should be managed in the Harvard style. This system consists in giving author name and publication date in the body of the text. Complete bibliographic references are listed at the end of the paper in alphabetical order. All the details of the Harvard referencing style are specified in the following website:

http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm

BOOK REVIEWS:

THEORIA also accepts book reviews. Reviews should not exceed 1,400 words and should neither be divided into sections nor include footnotes. All references to other articles or books must be worked into the text. The relevance of the book and the quality of the review are pondered by the Editorial Board.

Submission Preparation Checklist

As 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.

  1. Abstract:
    Up to 100 words.

  2. Keywords:
    A brief list of keywords.

  3. Bio-bibliographic note:
    Up to 75 words, containing academic position, membership and responsibility charge in scientific institutions, research lines and publications.

  4. Academic address:
    Work centre address.

  5. Analytic summary:
    A brief summary up to 50 words, different from the abstract.

  6. Notes:
    As footnotes.

  7. References:
    Harvard style.

  8. Title, abstract and keywords in Spanish:
    Translation.

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