Submission Preparation ChecklistAs 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.
- The submission has not been previously published or is being considered for publication by another journal (or an explanation in this regard has been provided in the Comments to the editor).
- Letter of Authenticity Format (download and fill out the format). Attach this document in the last step for the submission of an article (add as a complementary file)
- The file that is being submitted must be in Word format for Windows, version 2003 or higher, this document must not contain authors or affiliation.
- The work must be adapted to the journal format template. If the manuscript is not in the format established by the RA, it will be returned for a new modification.
- The submitted document MUST NOT CONTAIN AUTHORS, AFFILIATION, OR CONTACT AUTHORS, this information is saved at the time of adding the authors to the record (it is necessary that, at the time of registering the article, all authors are included).
- The extension of the document does not exceed 15 pages and is letter sized (neither compressed files nor A4 SIZED SHEETS will be accepted).
ABSTRACT (13-point Times New Roman, bold)
An abstract must be in the following order: OBJECTIVE, METHODOLOGY, RESULTS, LIMITATIONS, ORIGINALITY AND CONCLUSIONS IN A MAXIMUM OF 120 WORDS. Use 12-point Times New Roman. References should be avoided wherever possible. Furthermore, non-standard or uncommon abbreviations should be avoided, but if they are essential they should be defined in their first mention in the abstract itself.
Keywords: up to a maximum of 5 words to identify the area of knowledge of the work, in descending order of importance, from general to specific. Separate each word with a semicolon. Use 12-point Times New Roman.
- Whenever possible, provide URL addresses and the DOI number for references.
- The figures, tables, graphs and full text of the article follow the format of the author’s guidelines.
- The text adheres to the style and bibliographical requirements summarized in the author’s guidelines that appear in the About section of the journal.
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