GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACTS:
The abstract must be presented following this template. This abstract must include
- Five key words
- Length: minimum 700 words and maximum 1000 words. You can submit your abstract by downloading the template at this link.
- Two figures maximum (optional)
- References to sources of information (optional: from a research article to a news item, etc.)
GUIDELINES FOR PAPERS:
The full extension of papers must be around 20 pages. The papers must follow this template.
PAPER TITLE IN ENGLISH, CAPITAL LETTERS, BOLD, ARIAL 12 PT CENTERED
Paper Title in Spanish, small letters, bold, italics, Arial 12 pt centered
Authors: Arial, bold 11 pt centered Ej.: Alicia Arroyo, Belén Bravo y Carlos Cid
This file will be used as a template to complete later, if accepted, the full text of the communication or poster. The Conference Proceedings will be published in electronic format and the abstracts will be printed on paper and they will be attached in each participant’s folder.
The abstract should be written in Spanish and English with a minimum of 700 words and a maximum of 1000 words. It should be written in Arial 11 pt and simple interlinear space. Optionally two figures (maximum) and three references (máximum) to information sources (from a research article to a news item, etc.) can be added.
Keywords: word 1, word 2 (max 5) written in Arial 11 pt and single interlinear space.
FULL PAPER TITLE IN SPANISH IN TITLE CASE, BOLD, TIMES NEW ROMAN 12PT CENTERED
Title of the paper in English, low case, bold, italics Times New Roman 12 pt centered
Authors: Times New Roman, bold 12 pt centered. Ex.: Alice Smith (1), John Brown (1) and Carl Shefield (2)
(1) Affiliation, address and e-mail of authors Times New Romam 12 pt., left aligned
(2) Affiliation, address and e-mail of authors Times New Roman 12 pt., left aligned
Maximum 200 words. Abstract in English, Times New Roman 12 pt. aligned both sides.
KEY WORDS: Word 1, Word 2,… (max. 6 words/min. 4 words).
Abstract in Spanish, Times New Roman 12. Maximum 200 words.
PALABRAS CLAVE: Word 1, Word 2,… (max. 6 words/min. 4 words).
It is expected that authors will submit carefully written and proofread material. Spelling
and grammatical errors, as well as language usage problems, are not acceptable.
Papers should clearly describe the background of the subject, develop the topic, and
conclude with the importance or relevance of the work presented. Papers are to be prepared in English (British or American). Acronyms should be written out at their first appearance. The text should be written in 1.5 interlinear space and centered.
Figures and tables not cited in the text should not be presented. Tables and figures should be placed close after their first reference in the text. All figures and tables should be numbered with Arabic numerals. Table headings should be centred above the tables. Figure captions should be centred below the figures. The number of illustrations must be the minimum necessary to understand the article. Figure captions and table headings should be sufficient to explain the figure or table without needing to refer to the text. All captions and headings must be listed in an independent page at the end of the article.
All words from foreign languages as well as Latin words must be written in italics (et al., ibid., id., i. e., infra, supra, op. cit., passim, s. v., in situ, etc.). The paragraphs quoted verbatim within the article will be reproduced in a smaller body and without quotation marks.
Bibliographic references must be included within brackets next to the text referrenced. The number of references must be the minimum necessary for the text. References within the text must follow the following format: surname/s of author(s), date of publication and pages if necessary, for example: (Clarke 1978: 158-62), (Renfrew and Bahn 1991: 82-3), (Isaac et al. 1971). When the surname of author/s have already been used, this must be referenced just by publication date and pages, for example: “according to Clarke (1978: 158-62)”. At the end of the text, a complete list of the works referenced must be included. This list must be ordered alphabetically, with the surnames of the authors in low case.
REFERENCES Harvard citation system must be followed. Articles or works with doi number should include it. Example: Smith, A. 1999: Title of article. International Journal of Citations 1: 12-13. http://dx.doi.org/xxxx.