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EDITOR
David G. Allen Texas Christian University, US & University of Warwick, UK
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
Eden B. King George Mason University, USA
Fred Oswald Rice University, USA
Taco Reus RSM Erasmus University
METHODS TASK FORCE CHAIR
Don Bergh University of Denver, USA
ASSOCIATE EDITOR TEAM
Bianca Beersma VU University, Amsterdam
Gerard P. Hodgkinson University of Manchester, UK
Brian Hoffman University of Georgia, USA
Luis Martins McCombs School of Business, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Ernest O'Boyle University of Iowa, USA
Anne Parmigiani University of Oregon, USA
Christopher O. L. H. Porter Indiana University, USA
Christopher Rosen University of Arkansas, USA
Karen A. Schnatterly University of Missouri, USA
William Schulze University of Utah, USA
Jorge Walter George Washington University, USA
William Wan City University of Hong Kong, China
MANAGING EDITOR
Stro Prothro Texas Christian University, USA
EDITORIAL BOARD
Herman Aguinis George Washington University, USA
Federico Aime Oklahoma State University, USA
Todd M. Alessandri Northeastern University, USA
Bradley J. Alge Purdue University, USA
Matthew Allen Babson College, USA
Maureen L. Ambrose University of Central Florida, USA
Neil Anderson Brunel University, UK
Goce Andrevski Queen's School of Business, Canada
Shahzad Ansari University of Cambridge, UK
John Antonakis University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Craig E. Armstrong University of Alabama, USA
Felix Arndt University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jonathan D. Arthurs Oregon State University, USA
Samuel Aryee University of Surrey, UK
Neal Ashkanasy University of Queensland, Australia
Ariel Avgar Cornell University, USA
Natarajan Balasubramanian Syracuse University, USA
Timothy R. Barnett Mississippi State University, USA
Robert A. Baron Oklahoma State University, USA
Murray R. Barrick Texas A&M University, USA
Michael Bashshur Singapore Management University, Singapore
Talya N. Bauer Portland State University, USA
Manuel Becerra University of Queensland , Australia
Brian E. Becker University at Buffalo, USA
Devasheesh Bhave Singapore Management University, Singapore
Robert J. Bies Georgetown University, USA
Lyda Bigelow University of Utah, USA
Steven L. Blader New York University, USA
Ramona Bobocel University of Waterloo, Canada
Corine Boon University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Prashant Bordia The Australian National University, Australia
John W. Boudreau University of Southern California, USA
Oana Branzei Western University, Canada
Matthias Brauer University of Mannheim, Germany
Joan F. Brett Arizona State University, USA
Keith D. Brouthers King's College London, UK
Olga Bruyaka West Virginia University, USA
Rhett Brymer Miami University, USA
Marcus Butts Southern Methodist University, USA
Joanna Campbell University of Cincinnati, USA
J. Ignacio Canales University of Glasgow, UK
Albert A. Cannella, Jr. Texas A&M University, USA
Wendy Casper University of Texas Arlington, USA
Gary J. Castrogiovanni Florida Atlantic University, USA
Clint Chadwick University of Kansas, USA
C.S. Richard Chan State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
Jianhong Chen University of New Hampshire, USA
Mike Cheung National University of Singapore, Singapore
Michael S. Cole Texas Christian University, USA
Adrienne J. Colella Tulane University, USA
David Collings Dublin City University, Ireland
Donald E. Conlon Michigan State University, USA
Brian Connelly Auburn University, USA
Kevin Corley Arizona State University, USA
Jose M. Cortina George Mason University, USA
Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Wayne Crawford New Mexico State University, USA
Jonathan Crawshaw Aston University, UK
T. Russell Crook University of Tennessee, USA
Craig Crossland University of Notre Dame, USA
Reeshad S. Dalal George Mason University, USA
Kevin Daniels University of East Anglia, UK
Parthiban David American University, USA
David V. Day Claremont McKenna College, USA
John Delery University of Arkansas, USA
Deanne N. den Hartog University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Richard P. DeShon Michigan State University, USA
Brian Dineen Purdue University, USA
Katharina Dittrich University of Zurich, Switzerland
Jonathan Doh Villanova University, USA
Fritz Drasgow University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Michelle Duffy University of Minnesota USA
Marion Eberly University of Washington, USA
Bryan Edwards Oklahoma State University, USA
Berrin Erdogan Portland State University, USA
Doris Fay University of Potsdam, Germany
Teppo Felin University of Oxford, UK
Jie Feng Rutgers University, USA
Lisa M. Finkelstein Northern Illinois University, USA
Robert G. Folger University of Central Florida, USA
Franco Fraccaroli University of Trento, Italy
Mel Fugate University of South Australia, Australia
Ingrid Fulmer Rutgers University, USA
Vibha Gaba INSEAD, Singapore
Allison S. Gabriel University of Arizona, USA
Ravi S. Gajendran Florida International University, USA
Massimo Garbuio University of Sydney, Australia
Tim Gardner Utah State University, USA
Mark B. Gavin West Virginia University, USA
K. Matthew Gilley St. Mary's University, USA
Lucy L. Gilson University of Connecticut, USA
Barry M. Goldman University of Arizona, USA
Yaping Gong Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
Vicente González-Romá University of Valencia, Spain
Maria Goranova University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA
Rebecca Greenbaum Oklahoma State University, USA
Gary Greguras Singapore Management University, Singapore
Rodger Griffeth Ohio University, USA
Markus Groth The University of New South Wales, Australia
David E. Guest King’s College London, UK
Michael Hadani Saint Mary's College of California, USA
Tobias Hahn ESADE, Ramon Lull University, Spain
Jonathon Halbesleben University of Alabama, USA
Joo Hun Han Rutgers University, USA
Jared Harris University of Virginia, USA
Thomas (Brad) Harris Texas Christian University, USA
Donald Hatfield Virginia Tech University, USA
Mikki R. Hebl Rice University, USA
Paul Hempel City University of Hong Kong, China
Ivona Hideg Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Aaron Hill Oklahoma State University, USA
Tim R. Holcomb Miami University, USA
John R. Hollenbeck Michigan State University, USA
R. Michael Holmes Jr. Florida State University, USA
Brooks Holtom Georgetown University, USA
Peter W. Hom Arizona State University, USA
Kim Hoque University of Warwick, UK
Jia (Jasmine) Hu Ohio State University, USA
Zhi Huang University of Kentucky, USA
Chun Hui University of Hong Kong, China
Steven T. Hunt SuccessFactors, an SAP Company, USA
Gazi Islam Grenoble École de Management, France
Karen Jansen Australian National University, Australia
Kaifeng Jiang Ohio State University, USA
Scott Johnson Oklahoma State University, USA
David A. Jones University of Vermont, USA
Kristen Jones University of Memphis, USA
K. Michele Kacmar Texas State University, USA
Arturs Kalnins Cornell University, USA
Nadine Kammerlander WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany
Sung-Choon Kang Seoul National University, South Korea
Seth Kaplan George Mason University, USA
Amit Karna Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India
Rebecca Kehoe Rutgers University, USA
Franz W. Kellermanns University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA
Hicheon Kim Korea University, South Korea
Tae-Yeol Kim China Europe International Business School, China
David R. King Florida State University, USA
Jennifer Kish-Gephart University of Arkansas, USA
Geoffrey Kistruck York University, Canada
Brian S. Klaas University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA
Patricia Klarner Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
Anthony Klotz Oregon State University, USA
Donald H. Kluemper University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Andrew Knight Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Dejun Tony Kong University of Houston, USA
M. Audrey Korsgaard University of South Carolina, USA
Steven W. J. Kozlowski Michigan State University, USA
Kurt Kraiger Colorado State University, USA
Markus Kreutzer EBS University, Germany
David Kryscynski Brigham Young University, USA
Tomi Laamanen University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Jamie Ladge Northeastern University, USA
Nandini Lahiri Temple University, USA
Catherine K. Lam City University of Hong Kong, China
Ronald S. Landis Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Gary P. Latham University of Toronto, Canada
Sergio G. Lazzarini Insper Institute of Education and Research, Brazil
James M. LeBreton Pennsylvania State University, USA
Yih-teen Lee University of Navarra, Spain
Edward Levitas University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Roy J. Lewicki Ohio State University, USA
Andrew Li West Texas A&M University, USA
Jiatao T. Li Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, China
Julie Li City University of Hong Kong, China
Ming Lily Li University of Liverpool, UK
Sali Li University of South Carolina, USA
Robert Liden University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Elizabeth Lim Georgia State University, USA
Hao-Chieh Lin National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Songqi Liu Georgia State University, USA
Edwin A. Locke University of Maryland, USA
Manuel London State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
Kevin B. Lowe University of Sydney, Australia
Sean Lux University of South Florida, USA
Brent Lyons York University, UK
Ty B. Mackey Clarkson University, USA
Peter M. Madsen Brigham Young University, USA
Carl Maertz Saint Louis University, USA
Juan P. Maicas University of Zaragoza, Spain
Debra A. Major Old Dominion University, USA
Massimo Maoret University of Navarra, Spain
Catherine Maritan Syracuse University, USA
Gideon D. Markman Colorado State University, USA
Janet H. Marler State University of New York at Albany, USA
Sarah J. Marsh Northern Illinois University, USA
Luis Martins University of Texas at Austin, USA
Todd Maurer Georgia State University, USA
Roger C. Mayer North Carolina State University, USA
Dean B. McFarlin Duquesne University, USA
Alexander McKelvie Syracuse University, USA
Aaron McKenny University of Central Florida, USA
Markus Menz University of Geneva, Switzerland
Dana Minbaeva Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Robert Moorman Elon University, USA
Shad Morris Brigham Young University, USA
Timothy P. Munyon University of Tennessee, USA
Kevin Murphy University of Limerick, Ireland
Donald O. Neubaum Florida Atlantic University, USA
Thomas Ng University of Hong Kong, China
Charlene Nicholls-Nixon Ryerson University, Canada
Bo B. Nielsen University of Sydney, Australia
Raymond Noe Ohio State University, USA
Anthony Nyberg University of South Carolina, USA
Anne M. O'Leary-Kelly University of Arkansas, USA
Jane O'Reilly University of Ottawa, Canada
In-Sue Oh Temple University, USA
Desiree Pacheco Portland State University, USA
Sotirios Paroutis University of Warwick, UK
Pankaj Patel Villanova University, USA
Seemantini Pathak University of Missouri–St. Louis, USA
Malcolm Patterson University of Sheffield, UK
Samantha Paustian-Underdahl Florida International University, USA
G. Tyge Payne Texas Tech University, USA
Riccardo Peccei King's College London, UK
Olga Petricevic University of Calgary, Canada
Jean Phillips Pennsylvania State University, USA
Jenna Pieper University of Nebraska - Lincoln, USA
Charles A. Pierce University of Memphis, USA
Philip M. Podsakoff University of Florida, USA
Richard Posthuma University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Gary N. Powell University of Connecticut, USA
John E. Prescott University of Pittsburgh, USA
S. Douglas Pugh Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Dan J. Putka HumRRO, USA
Cuili Qian University of Texas at Dallas, USA
James Campbell Quick University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Miguel A. Quiñones Southern Methodist University, USA
Alannah E. Rafferty Griffith University, Australia
Roberto Ragozzino University of Tennessee, USA
Annette Ranft University of Tennessee, USA
Davide Ravasi City University London, UK
Elizabeth C. Ravlin University of South Carolina, USA
Jochen Reb Singapore Management University, Singapore
Charlie L. Reeve University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA
B. Sebastian Reiche University of Navarra, Spain
Maija Renko University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Simon Lloyd Restubog University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Doug Reynolds Development Dimensions International, USA
Hettie Richardson Texas Christian University, USA
Ansgar Richter University of Surrey, UK
Neal Roese Northwestern University, USA
Steven G. Rogelberg University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Kristie Rogers Marquette University, USA
Deborah E. Rupp Purdue University, USA
Alan Saks University of Toronto, Canada
Eduardo Salas Rice University, USA
Rommel Salvador California State University, Fullerton, USA
William R. Sandberg University of South Carolina, USA
Donald Schepker University of South Carolina, USA
Oliver Schilke University of Arizona, USA
Minet Schindehutte Syracuse University, USA
Deidra J. Schleicher Texas A&M University, USA
Marshall Schminke University of Central Florida, USA
Gavin M. Schwarz University of New South Wales, Australia
Steve Scullen Drake University, USA
Rosalind Searle Coventry University, UK
Jennifer Sexton West Virginia University, USA
Ruodan Shao University of Manitoba, Canada
Debra L. Shapiro University of Maryland, USA
Barton Sharp Northern Illinois University, USA
Jason Shaw The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
Abbie J. Shipp Texas Christian University, USA
Christopher L. Shook University of Montana, USA
Lynn M. Shore Colorado State University, USA
Jeremy Short University of Oklahoma, USA
Lauren Simon University of Arkansas, USA
Daniel P. Skarlicki Sauder School of Business, Canada

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Author Guidelines

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS

Manuscript submissions shall be done through the journal’s electronic platform, upon registration of the author(s).

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During the submission process, authors must sign the Declaration of Authorship and Originality, the absence of conflict of interest and their compliance with the Copyright Notice.

Trabajo Social Global_Global Social Work does not charge an APC (Article Processing Charge) to authors, nor submission fee.

For more details on the submission process, please refer to the following link:

Tutorial for submitting a manuscript

 

 

Manuscript requirements

All manuscripts submitted to Trabajo Social Global-Global Social Work must be original and unpublished.

Manuscript submission is conditioned to the DECLARATION OF AUTHORSHIP AND ORIGINALITY by the sending author. In the event of discovering the existence of an earlier publication of the submitted work, plagiarism, or any other practice devoid of professional ethics, the manuscript will be automatically rejected regardless of which stage of the editorial process it is at.

Anonymity: Candidates must avoid providing any information on authorship in the manuscript. The name of the author(s) is included in the electronic platform and must not feature in the manuscript, as this document shall be subject to an anonymous review process. Please follow the instructions in Section Ensuring a blind peer review.

 

FORMAL GUIDELINES FOR WRITING AND STYLE

 

Language of publicationGlobal Social Work is a trilingual magazine that supports papers submitted in Spanish, Portuguese and English. It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that the manuscripts meet the language standards required for publication in a scientific journal. To this end, we strongly recommend that manuscripts not written in the author’s native language are proofread by an expert before submission.

Document Format: Documents must be presented in text format, with DOC or DOCX extension. Files in PDF format shall not be accepted under any circumstances.

The page format is DIN A4, with 2.54 cm (1 inch) margins at each border of the sheet (top, bottom, left and right).

The text shall be written in font Arial 11 points, with 1.5 line spacing and justified. This font type and size shall be used throughout the document (quotes, notes, tables and figures, etc.) except for the titles on the first level.

The content hierarchy uses Arabic numerals, with simple numbers at the first level (1, 2, 3...) with literals written in lowercase, bold, and the font size at 12 points. The second level (1.1, 1.2, 1.3...) must also be written in lowercase and bold, keeping the font size at 11 points. It is strongly recommended to avoid excessive use of subsections. If a third level is necessary, however, the bold font style will be replaced by italics, to differentiate this from the previous level.

Use italic font or quotation marks to highlight a word or phrase within the text, or to highlight the phrase in quotes. Bold fonts or underlining must not be used in the body of the text.

Acronyms must be written without intermediate periods, specifying its meaning between brackets the first time they appear in the text. Subsequently, use only the acronym.

Notes at the end of the text:Notes should be avoided whenever possible. If used, these shall be text endnotes rather than footnotes. For sequential numbering, use the Arabic numerals format, not Roman numerals or letters.

Illustrations, images, figures, graphics and tables, if any, shall be placed appropriately within the text, including a descriptive title of the content at the top, and the source of information at the bottom. Additionally, a copy of these items must be sent on a "supplementary file".

All citations and quotations from sources must be integrated in the text (bibliographical references must never be included in a footnote).

Non-literal citations shall include name of the author(s) and the year of publication of the work. Ex.:(Shiva, 1995).

When two sources with the same author(s) have been published in the same year, these shall be differentiated by adding lowercase letters to the date (1995a; 1995b).

The citation for a direct quote must include the page number of the transcribed passage. Ex.: (Alonso, 1998:50).

The passage shall be placed between quotation marks if it is incorporated in the text; and shall go without quotation marks and in a separate paragraph when a quotation exceeds 40 words.

If the publication has double authorship, both authors’ names must be separated by "and", or "&" when in English. Ex.: (Duveen & Lloyd, 2003).

If a work has six or more authors, only the name of the first author shall be mentioned, followed by the abbreviation "et al." and the year of publication. Ex.: (Calvo et al., 2011).

Basic Guide for In-Text Citations. Exemplification.

 

Bibliographical References: A list of all of the works cited in your paper must be presented in one single alphabetical sequence at the end the work. The list shall not include other literature for extension or depth: All entries in the reference list must have been cited in the text.

References shall be sorted alphabetically by the author's surname (authors’, if co-authored). In the case of surnames preceded by prepositions, these shall not be taken into consideration. For example, "De la Garza" should be reflected in the references as “Garza de la".

References shall be presented with hanging indentation on each of the entries (first line left and indented on subsequent lines).

The development of the Bibliographical References must follow the format for listing references described in the rules for publication of the American Psychological Association (APA), 6ª edition.

Book: Author’s surname (only first letter in capitals), Initial(s) of name. (Year of publication). Book title in italics. Place: Publisher. Ex.:

·         Habermas, J. (1988). La lógica de las ciencias sociales. Madrid: Tecnos.

In the case of co-authorship, all names will be reflected up to the sixth, adding “et al.” when the number is higher than six. Ex.:

·         Marshall, T.H. & Bottomore, T. (1992). Citizenship and Social Class, Forty Years On. London: Pluto Press.

·         Benecke, D.W., Boettcher, E., Dülfer, E., Engelhardt, W., Eschenburg, R. Faust, H., et al. (1992). Cooperativismo: Instrumento de desarrollo en un orden libre. Buenos Aires: CIEDLA.

Chapter of a book: Surname and initial of the author (only the first letter capitalized). (Year of publication). Chapter title. "In:" author of the book, book title in italics, place of publication, publisher and pages. Ex.:

·         Lander, E. (2006). Marxismo, eurocentrismo y colonialismo. En A. Boron, J. Amadeo y S. González (Comps.) La teoría marxista hoy: Problemas y perspectivas (pp. 209-243). Buenos Aires: CLACSO.

Journal article: Surname and initial of the author. (Year). Article title. Journal name and volume/issue (number) in italics, pp-pp. For electronic journals, the URL allowing access to the referenced information shall be included at the end. Ex.:

·         Alberich, T. y Espadas, A. (2014). Democracia, participación ciudadana y funciones del trabajo social. Trabajo Social Global. Revista de Investigaciones en Intervención Social, 4 (6), 3-30. Recuperado de http://revistaseug.ugr.es/index.php/tsg/article/view/1807

 

Basic Guide for Bibliographical References. Exemplification.

 

Annexes and / or acknowledgements, if any, will be presented in separate text at the very end, once completed all the sections that make up work (including bibliography and endnotes eventually included.

 

STRUCTURE AND LENGTH OF THE MANUSCRIPT

 

A)"Epistemes" Section

Submitted works to be included in the Epistemes section (see Section Policies), shall start with the following text:

Title: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The content of the work must be reflected unambiguously in the title.

Abstract: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The abstract will have a length of 150 to 200 words.

Keywords: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The number of keywords shall be between three and five.

 

The body of the text shall keep the following structure:

A.1. Original evidence-based research:

One of the following structures may be followed:

·         Standard structure: Follows the IMRAD model, a classic in scientific journals, distributing the text in the following main sections: Introduction. Methodology. Results. Discussion / Conclusions.

 

·         Non-Standard structure: Submitting a scientific work in a composition that does not formally follow the IMRAD sections, although the contents are similar. In any case, the contents shall include at least the theoretical foundation issues, the empirical evidences and defended theses, whereas the writing can take various forms of rational argument. The text must always begin with an Introduction in order to inform and help the reader, and Conclusions.

 

A.2. Theoretical and documentary reviews (theoretical article)::

One of the following structures may be followed:

·         Standard structure: The text shall be distributed in these main sections: Introduction. Material and documentary sources. Critical discussion. Conclusions.

 

·         Non-standard structure: The distribution of the scientific text is not subject to the sections of the previous structure. However, you will have an Introduction to inform and help the reader, and its contents will comprise sufficient bibliographic documentation and a substantiated criticism thereof. Text will end with relevant Conclusions on the above review and discussion.

 

Bibliographical References: At the end of work a list of all the sources cited in the text will presented, following the specifications for this section detailed in "Formal Guidelines for Writing and Style ".

 

Length of the work shall be from a minimum of 6000 to a maximum of 8000 words. This length includes the Title, Abstract, Keywords, Article Body, Bibliographical References, Graphics and Endnotes.

 

B) "Praxis" Section

Submitted works to be included in the Praxis section (see Section Policies), shall start with the following text:

Title: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The content of the work must be reflected unambiguously in the title.

Abstract: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The content of the work must be reflected unambiguously in the title.  The abstract will have a length of 150 to 200 words.

Keywords: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The number of keywords shall be between three and five.

 

Body of the Text:

In general, all of the works comprised in this section will have an open structure, regarding the body of work, although Introduction shall always precede in order to guide and help the reader understand the text ahead, in both formal and content aspects. Likewise, a set of Conclusions shall close the work, stating its contribution to professional, socio-political and social development in general.

 

Bibliographical References:

At the end of the work a list of all of the sources cited in the text shall be presented, following the specifications for this section detailed in “Formal Guidelines for Writing and Style”.

 

Length of the work shall be from a minimum of 6000 to a maximum of 8000 words. This length includes the Title, Abstract, Keywords, Article Body, Bibliographical References, Graphics and Endnotes.

 

C) "Universitas" Section

Submitted works to be included in the Universitas section (see Section Policies), shall start with the following text:

Title: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The content of the work must be reflected unambiguously in the title.

Abstract: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The content of the work must be reflected unambiguously in the title.  The abstract will have a length of 150 to 200 words.

Keywords: In the original language in which the manuscript is submitted, and in English (or Spanish, when the original text is in English). The number of keywords shall be between three and five.

 

Body of the Text:

Since the origin of this work can be heterogeneous (final work for graduation or postgraduate degree, master's degree or mastery, professional practices of university training programs, etc.), the article may benefit from any structure of Epistemes Section or Praxis Section.

Author must indicate the chosen way to structure the body of work, in a note at the end of the text (valid information to the Editorial Committee).

Likewise, in a note at the end of the text, author shall inform about the origin of the work. This data will remain on the article when published.

 

Bibliographical References:

At the end of the work a list of all of the sources cited in the text shall be presented, following the specifications for this section detailed in “Formal Guidelines for Writing and Style”.

 

Length of the work shall be from a minimum of 6000 to a maximum of 8000 words. This length includes the Title, Abstract, Keywords, Article Body, Bibliographical References, Graphics and Endnotes.

 

D)"Reviews" Section

Submitted works to be included in the Reviews Section shall begin with the bibliographical reference of the book or dissertation presented.

In the case of a dissertation review, it must be stated after the title (and between brackets) that this is a dissertation. If it has not been published, the year of publication will be replaced by the year of defence. Example:

·         Surname of the author(s), name initials. (year of defence). Title (dissertation). Institution, location

Before the body of the review, the name of the PhD Programme, Faculty or Department, name of the director(s) thereof and date of defence shall be included under "Data of the doctoral thesis".

 

The year of publication of the book or dissertation (year of defence, where applicable) shall not exceed two years before the date of the review. Exceptionally, the Editorial Committee may consider the relevance of dissemination of a work published in an earlier date, based on the interest thereof and / or its limited dissemination among the public the journal is aimed towards.

Length of reviews shall be between 700 and 1300 words.

 

Please see the option “About…” in the home page top menu to learn about aspects of our Editorial Policy of interest to author(s), such as "Section Policies", “Peer Review Process”, and “Stages of the Editorial Process”.

 

 

 

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.         DECLARATION OF AUTHORSHIP AND ORIGINALITY

The author submitting this manuscript to  Trabajo Social Global-Global Social WorkDECLARES:

o    That each of the persons listed hereby as author has contributed directly to the intellectual content of the work, approves the contents of the manuscript which is subjected to editorial process and agrees to have their names appear on the authorship thereof.

o    That the request has not been previously published, it is not under review in another journal, nor is contained in another work accepted for publication by another publisher.

o    That in the event that the content was presented in a communication or congress, the current request involves a substantial modification thereof and the text on which it is based has been adequately cited. An explanation about this circumstance must be provided to the publisher in the right place in the submission form ("Comments" box).

o    That each of the persons listed as authors agree not to submit this work for consideration to another publication while undergoing the editorial process in Trabajo Social Global.

o    That the article includes a note acknowledging all the persons who, not being signatories of or responsible for the final version of the work, have contributed substantially to the development thereof and have granted their permission to such acknowledgement.

o    That the data and publications in which the information contained in the work is based, or that had a significant influence, have been duly cited in the text and in the list of bibliographical references. The author(s) take responsibility for any dispute or claim related to intellectual property rights, as far as copyright is concerned, exempting Trabajo Social Global-Global Social Work from any liability.

 

Furthermore, the author submitting the work must confirm compliance with the following points:

2.         The text adheres to the style and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Guidelines for Authors.

3.         If the text has been attributed to a section of the journal subject to peer review (see Sections policies), the author has made sure to follow the directions given in Ensuring a blind peer review .

4.         The file is sent in DOC or DOCX format.

5.         Web addresses have been added to the references, wherever possible.

 

Copyright Notice

Authors publishing in this journal agree to the following terms:

- Authors retain their copyright. They guarantee to this journal the right to a first publication of the work submitted to initiate the editorial process.

- Authors know that their work is published under a Creative Commons License which allows others to share it, with a recognition of the work's authorship and its initial publication in this journal.

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