Political Studies Review (English version)
Published since 2010, Political Studies Review is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal whose scope is multidisciplinary from political science, sociology, anthropology, law and philosophy. Published every six months, it brings articles by national and foreign authors, either in numbers organized as a compilation, or in the form of thematic dossiers, in which the unity is verified by the presence of the political element in the analyzes and interpretations. All issues also bring an extra section, dedicated to interviews, essays, art reviews and/or critical reviews of academic works published up to 2 (two) years ago. According to the result of Qualis Periódicos 2017-2020 / CAPES, Political Studies Review, linked to the Graduate Program in Political Science at the Fluminense Federal University, maintained its A4 grade and its position among the country's cientific journals.
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Cesar Kiraly - Editor
Federal Fluminense University (Niterói/RJ - Brazil)
Paula Pimenta - Editor
Federal University of Santa Catarina (Florianópolis/SC - Brazil)
Natalie Jay Penn
Members of the national Editorial Council:
Renato Lessa – Pontifícia Universidade Católica
Maria Alice Rezende de Carvalho - Pontifícia Universidade Católica
Danilo Marcondes - Pontifícia Universidade Católica
Marisol Barenco – Universidade Federal Fluminense
Celso Azar - Universidade Federal Fluminense
Joel Birman – Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Pedro Paulo Pimenta – Universidade de São Paulo
Vladimir Safatle - Universidade de São Paulo
Fernão de Oliveira Salles – Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Lívia Guimarães - Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
José Raimundo Maia Neto - Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Jaimir Conte Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Marcos Balieiro - Universidade Federal de Sergipe
Pedro Fernandes de Oliveira Neto - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
Luis Eduardo Soares – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Marcelo de Araújo – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Members of the international Editorial Council:
Cristina Buarque de Hollanda - Political Science at NYU Abu Dhabi
Victor Igreja - University of Southern Queensland
António Marques - Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Diogo Pires Aurélio - Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Maria Filomena Molder - Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Sébastien Charles - Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Jacqueline Taylor - University of San Francisco
Guidelines for preparing manuscripts
I. Political Studies Review publishes the following contributions (for more details, see style guidelines):
> Articles – up to 9000 words (including references and notes; double-blind peer review)
> Essays – up to 3000 words (including references and notes)
> Reviews – up to 1500 words (including references and notes)
> Translations – up to 9000 words (including references and notes)
> Interviews and art reviews - up to 1500 words
II. Political Studies Review does not charge fees for submission or for evaluating articles.
III. A preliminary assessment is carried out upon receipt of the submission. Before submitting, we ask that the author check that his manuscript follows the guidelines below:
3.1. As for the guarantee of double-blind peer review, the complete anonymity of the manuscript must be ensured before submission. Therefore, we ask that the author's name not appear in the submitted document.
3.2. As for the required degree, we condition the possibility of submission to the doctor's degree. In cases of co-authorship, the first author must have a doctor's degree.
3.3. As for the data necessary for submission, information on the professional biography of all authors of the article must be sent, in a separate file, at the same time as submission. We recognize the sending of such data as necessary for acceptance of the submission. The professional biography data of all authors that must be made available are:
> Full name;
> Area and institution with the highest degree;
> Position and current institutional insertion;
> Link (link) to the ORCID identity;
> Electronic mail (email).
4. As for the Summary, we consider such guidelines for the preparation of the Summary and Abstract as necessary conditions:
> Summary of 180 to 250 words, followed by 5 to 8 Keywords in Portuguese;
> Abstract of 180 to 250 words followed by 5 to 8 Keywords in English;
> Both the Summary and the Abstract must summarize the following information: Purpose; Method; Results; Conclusions of the document (ABNT NBR 6028-1990).
5. As for the Style, the texts of the articles must be written with the following characteristics:
> Conciseness and clarity;
> .doc format (Microsoft Word);
> Document margins with 3 cm (top, bottom, right and left);
> Text with 1.5 spacing (including bibliographic references)
> Single-spaced footnotes;
> Body text justified;
> Font Times New Roman, size 12;
> Unnumbered pages;
> The title of the article must follow the left margin of the document;
> Neither the title of the article nor the titles of its sections should be written in full in capital letters;
> The titles and subtitles of the article sections must be numbered, with the exception of the Introduction/Presentation, Conclusion and Bibliographical References sections, which must not be numbered;
> The use of footnotes should be minimal and restricted to when it is appropriate to explain and expand the argument, and should not be used to make bibliographic references;
> The numbering of footnotes must be consecutive, in Arabic numerals and must be connected to the body of the text, so that additions and deletions automatically update all notes throughout the text;
> Footnotes should be placed after punctuation.
6. As for the References, they should be listed at the end of the text, in alphabetical order by author's last name, in the section entitled Bibliographical References and using the parameters and examples of the Chicago Manual of Style.
7. As for the Citations, they must observe the author-date system using the parameters and examples of the Chicago Manual of Style.
IV. As for sending manuscripts, submissions must be made electronically, through the REP platform. To submit a manuscript, authors must register on the platform, provide the requested data and follow the recommended guidelines. For this, it will be necessary to present the researcher number. To obtain it, it is necessary to register on the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) platform.
V. Regarding the open access policy, REP does not charge for the submission and processing of manuscripts and guarantees open access, charging for access to articles. Thus, guided by the principle that making scientific knowledge public and freely available contributes to the worldwide democratization of knowledge, the REP adopts the policy of free and immediate access to its content.
To submit your work to Political Studies Review, use the Register link at the top of the home page for the journal. Alternatively, send your manuscript to our institutional e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Political Studies Review allows authors, without embargo, to deposit a copy of all versions of their paper (submitted, accepted and/or published versions) in an institutional or other repository of their choice.
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