Notes for Contributors
• Name of the author or authors;
• Institutional affiliation of the author(s) together with one e-mail address for correspondence;
• Summary of the work, with no more than 200 words, together with a maximum of five key words in the same language as the main body of the text;
• A second summary of no more than 200 words in the language adopted by the journal;
• Texts should be submitted doubled spaced, with a margin of 3 cm using Times New Roman with a font size of 12 pt, not exceeding 8,000 words (including tables, bibliographies, etc.);
• Articles may be divided into different parts by the use of bold subtitles;
• Tables, figures and maps should be referenced in the text and placed, with legends, in the relevant position in the text. All figures should be of sufficient graphic quality to permit clear reproduction. Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright for all images included in the text;
• Bibliographic references within the text should conform to the following examples: one author (Malinowski, 1927), two authors (Bogin and Malina, 2001) and more than two authors (Smith et al., 2001);
• When two or more works are cited their reference in the text must be conform the following example: (Waldron, 1994; Cockburn, 2000) or (Dias, 1998; 1999). In cases where aspects of an authors work, quoted within a secondary text are cited, reference should be made in the form (Martín, 1901 in Neto, 1957);
• Bibliographies should be arranged alphabetically at the end of the article and should include only those works referred to in the text. Bibliographies should correspond to the following criteria:
Journal articles (Names of journals should not be abbreviated)
McCloy, R. A. 1990. A new model of job performance: an integration of measurement, prediction, and theory. Doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota.
Veiga, S. 1998. Sepins: contributo da Paleobiologia para o conhecimento da época medieval. Relatório de investigação em ciências humanas, Departamento de Antropologia, Universidade de Coimbra.
All typographic proofs will be sent to be reviewed by the authors, though at this stage no additions or substantial alterations to the original manuscript will be accepted.
The first named author of each article or interview will receive five copies of the journal or two copies in the case of book reviews.
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