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PUBLISHING STANDARDS

International Conference on Humanism and Ecological Transition

A. RULES FOR THE SUBMISSION A RESEARCH PAPER

1. Papers must be original and may be written in English, French or Spanish.
2. Reflections, theoretical reviews and empirical research will be accepted. All papers must be related to one of the discussion themes and topics of the Conference:

  • Humanism, ecological transition and economics.
  • Humanism, ecological transition and science.
  • Humanism, ecological transition and education.
  • Humanism, ecological transition and law.
  • Humanism, ecological transition, philosophy and theology.

3. Those interested in presenting a research paper at the Conference must express their wish to do so by sending an abstract before the deadline of the Conference , 30 July 2022 . The abstract should be between 150 and 300 words, and must also include the bibliography which is to be used. Once the abstract has been accepted by the Scientific Committee, you have until 30 August 2022 to submit the full research paper.

4. Up to a maximum of three authors per paper is permited.

B. RULES FOR THE ORAL PRESENTATION OF YOUR RESEARCH PAPERS

1. The Scientific Committee will select, from among the accepted papers, those that will be presented publicly during the Conference.
2. The presentation of the work may be done in person or online live, i.e. in real time.
3. Each participant shall be given 12 minutes to present their paper.
4. The presentation of research papers is personal and non-transferable. In the event that there are several authors on a paper, at least one of the authors must be in charge of the paper, either in person or virtually.
5. The presentation of a research paper requires registration at the Conference.

C. RULES FOR THE PUBLICATION OF SELECTED PAPERS

I. Text

1. Submit the originals in Word format (Windows or Mac). Font: Times New Roman; size: 12; line spacing: 1.5. Textual quotations of more than three lines in separate paragraphs, font: Times New Roman; size: 11; line spacing: 1. Footnotes, font: Times New Roman, size: 10; line spacing: 1.

2. Research papers should not exceed 45,000 characters with spaces, including text boxes, tables, etc. and footnotes (approximately 15 pages).

3. On the first page of the research paper, the following should be written: title, followed by the name(s) of the author(s), institution to which they belong, postal address and e-mail address.

4. The research papers will have footnotes and a final bibliography.

5. Tables, figures and illustrations should be numbered consecutively and placed within the text.

6. Headings:

PRIORITISATION OF CONTENT
In order to achieve a good hierarchy of contents and to facilitate the overall understanding of the research paper, the author should adhere to the following recommendations:

The differentiation of the headings:

  • - Of the first order: VERSAL-VERSALITAS BOLD
    • - Second-order: Bold
      • - Third order: Bold-cursive
        • - Fourth and subsequent ones: italics

Example:

  • I. FIRST LEVEL
    • 1. Second level
      • A. Third-level
        • a)  Fourth and successive levels

7. Quotations:

  • Textual quotations, which are longer than three lines, must be indented on the left margin and right margin by 2 cm; they must have a single line spacing before and after the quotation and should not be in inverted commas.
  • Deletion of text within a quotation shall be indicated by three dots between square brackets: [...].
  • For quotations in the body of the text, the inverted commas "" should always be used.
II. Bibliography

Intext references or footnotes:

  • The footnote numbers should be placed before a comma, semicolon and full stop. In addition, footnote numbering should be placed after inverted commas, parentheses and question/exclamation marks (! and ?).
  • Do not refer in a footnote to another footnote, as the numbering may be changed during the correction stages of the text.
BIBLIOGRAPHY

A paragraph is used for each source. It is arranged alphabetically according to the authors' surname. If two or more publications are cited by one author, the name is not repeated, a long dash is used instead and the rest of the citation is written the same way.
The following should always be included:

- surname and first name of the author;
- title of the publication or selected source
- publishing company;
- place and year of publication.

Publications

A publication is a work of research devoted to a single subject. It shall be cited as follows:
Surname(s), First name(s) (full name or initial), Title of the book: subtitle of the book, mention of secondary responsibility (translator; preface; illustrator; coordinator; etc.), edition no., place of publication, publisher, year of publication, series; serial number, number of pages.

Examples:

Gómez de Mercado, Francisco, Sanciones administrativas: garantías, derechos y recursos del presunto responsable, 4th ed., Granada, Comares, 2017, pp. 3-4.

Trouillot, Michel-Rolph, Silenciando el pasado, del Arco Blanco, Miguel Ángel (transl.), Granada, Comares, 2017, p. 10.

Pla, Xavier and Montero, Francesc (eds.), En el teatro de la guerra: cronistas hispánicos en la Primera Guerra Mundial, Granada, Comares, 2019, pp. 20-23.

Book chapters

Surname(s), First name(s), "Title of the chapter", in Title of the work, edition, place of edition, publisher, year of edition, status of the part in the work.

Del Arco Blanco, Ana, "Propiedad intelectual y acceso abierto a libros científicos", in Edición académica y difusión. Libro abierto en iberoamérica, Giménez Toledo, Elea and Córdoba Restrepo, Juan Felipe (eds.), Bogotá, Editorial Universidad del Rosario - Editorial Comares, 2018. pp. 60-80.

Journal articles

Surname, First name, "Title of the article", Title of the serial, edition, location in the source document, year, number, pages.

Álvarez García, Antonio, "En busca de la divinidad", Deus. Revista mensual de Ciencias y Letras, vol. 4, 1970, no. 3, p. 89.

Conferences
They are cited as publication.

Conference papers
They are cited as part of publication.

Websites
Author (Date consulted). Title. Source including URL.

Book in electronic version
Books in electronic version can come in two forms: with DOI and without DOI. The DOI is a digital object identifier, unique to each book. They are cited like monographs and the DOI is added if they have one.

García, Francisco, Planes de sanciones, Barcelona, Juridix, 2017, pp. 3-4. DOI: 465758484848484848

García, Francisco, Planes de sanciones, Barcelona, Juridix, 2017, p. 24.

Books online
Surname(s), A. A. (Year). Title. Retrieved from http://www.xxxxxx.xxx.

Works by the same writer shall be arranged in alphabetical order and, within the alphabetical order, in chronological order of publication; collective works shall be arranged by the name of the director, collector, coordinator, etc.; anonymous works shall be arranged in alphabetical order of title, according to the same principles.