Abstract Submission

Deadline: February 23rd, 2020
Abstracts may be submitted only electronically in a Word document as an email attachment addressed to the congress: info@gendercom.com

The University of Seville is pleased to invite authors to submit their abstracts. The abstract body should have 500 words approx. and it has to provide an overall view of the author’s discussion. It is recommendable to mention the applied methodology, hypothesis, objectives and anticipated desirable results. If it is a theoretical research, please indicate the status of the thesis and the biographical references..

SUBMISSION
Abstracts may be submitted only electronically in a Word document as an email attachment addressed to the congress: info@gendercom.com
Write in the subject line: PROPUESTA DE COMUNICACIÓN and YOUR NAME
You must include the following information in the Word attachment (make sure data are correct. The program and your certificate of participation are going to be prepared with them):
1. All authors, including full first names (no initials) and last names.
2. Abstract title.
3. University or entity of origin
4. Academic degree
5. Contact email address.
6. Thematic line. Choose one of the thematic lines (see the Presentation Page)
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Important Dates

    • Abstract submissions deadline:
  • February 23rd, 2020.
    • • Full text submission deadline
    • March 1st, 2020
      • • Early registration deadline (€90)
      • March 6th, 2020.
        • • Deadline for billing requests
        • March 19th, 2020 (starting date of the congress).
 

FAQ

1How many lectures am I able to give?
Each author can give up to a maximum of 2 lectures. The cost for the second lecture is €40.
2What is the maximum number of authors per presentation?
There can be up to 4 authors. €20 will be added per each author to the registration fee. E.g.
- Early registration fee (before March 6th): €90 + 1 author (€20) = €110. More authors: €90 + 4 authors (€20 x 4= €80) = €170.
- Late registration fee (after March 6th): €140 + 1 author (€20) = €160. More authors: €140 + 4 authors (€20 x 4= €80) = €220.
3I am a doctoral candidate. Do I have any discount?
There is a special price for doctoral candidates. Early registration €60 and late registration €80 for single authors. For multi-author presentations, the highest academic degree of their authors will be taken into consideration.
4 How much is it if all the authors of one lecture attend the congress?
All the authors of one presentation who take part in the congress will be considered as lecturers. Therefore, each one has to pay their full registration fee (€90). It will not be necessary to pay the additional cost of second author. That is to say, two author-lecturers with their respective registration payments.
5I want to give my lecture but I do not want it to be published
If you do not want your lecture to be published, you can organize it as you wish. You should plan on 15 minutes to present it. Then, speakers of the panel discussion and the audience will talk over your presentation.
6I am interested in giving my lecture and I want it to be considered for a possible publication
1. Contributions must be original, not previously published and not to be in assessment process with another institution.
2. All contributions must be academic in nature. Journalistic texts and general comments on any theme will be rejected.
3. The length of the text will be of 6 000 to 7 000 words, including figures, tables, footnotes, references (only the cited references along the text) and a short biography at the end of the paper.
4. Contributions can be submitted in Spanish, English, Portuguese and Italian language.
5. All texts will be submitted to blind peer review.
6. Once the full text approval is notified, a declaration of originality and a transfer of rights to the congress organisation will be sent. These papers are important to start the editorial processes.
7. The author(s) will have to make the suggested changes and sent the text back in a maximum of one week.
8. The author’s full name and the institution of origin must be written on the first page.
Style Guidelines and Structure
1. Size: A4. Line spacing: 1.5. Font type: Times New Roman 12pt.
2. It must include: introduction, methodology, results, discussion and conclusions.
3. It must have a clear and descriptive title in vehicular and English language (no more than 12 words preferably).
4. Summary with a length of 100 to 150 words and five key words. Both, summary and words, in the language the paper is written and in English.
5. Titles and subtitles must differ from each other. The use of decimal system is recommended.
6. For the printed version, illustrations (maps, charts, tables and figures) will be absolutely necessary. They must be explicit (without referring to the text for making them understandable). They must include their source of reference. The author must indicate that illustrations appear at the end of the text. It is important to send each illustration in separate documents.
7. Illustrations format: .jpg (without any modifications).
8. Respect all copyright and make sure you have right to use all images.
9. Diagrams must be original, not from the Internet. Images which include data, numbers or text must be sent in their format of creation, Word or Excel. It is recommended to use concise statistical information in tables and charts.
10. For the digital version there are not restrictions regarding multicolour illustrations and audio-visual material.
11. Footnotes must be explanatory, that is to say, to point the body text out and not to refer the bibliography consulted.
12. Citations must be in Harvard referencing style as follows:
1. General reference: author’s last name, year of publication of the work and page number, all in parenthesis “(Alberti, 2002: 39)”. If a work has two authors: (Rodríguez y García, 1998: 56). If there are more than two authors: (Sánchez at al., 2003).
2. If there are references to works of the same author published in the same year, differentiate the works by including ‘a’, ‘b’ or ‘c’ etc. after the year.
3. Reference list:
-Books:
Grize, Jean (1990), Logique et langage, París: Ophrys. Dogan, Matei y Robert Pahre (1993), Las nuevas ciencias sociales: la marginalidad creadora, México: Grijalbo.
-Magazines and book chapters:
Giménez, Gilberto (2003), “El debate sobre la prospectiva de las ciencias sociales en los umbrales del nuevo milenio”, en Revista Mexicana de Sociología, año 65, núm. 2, México: UNAM.
Morley, David (1998), “Debate mediático: interpretando las interpretaciones de las interpretaciones”, en Curran, James et al. [comps.], Estudios culturales y comunicación, España: Paidós Comunicación.
-Document on the Internet:
Romero, Ernesto (2005), “Estudios sociológicos contemporáneos”, en Sociología General, núm. 35, México: UNAM. Disponible en: http://www.iis.unam.mx/biblioteca/principal.html [22 de enero de 2006].
- If a Digital Object Identifier number (DOI) is available for the journal article, magazine, book, software, videos, et cetera, it must be included in the reference.
Mascheroni, Giovanna y Alice Matoni (2012), “Electoral campaigning 2.0 –The case of 2010 Italian Regional Elections”, en Journal of Information Technology & Politics. Disponible en: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19331681.2012.758073#.Uw6iuP R5O_I [19 de diciembre de 2012].