AccueilCidades, comunidades e territórios?
Publié le mercredi 11 avril 2012 par Marie Pellen
CIDADES, Comunidades e Territórios is an academic journal in the scientific area of Urban Studies that was established in 2000 by a team of researchers from the former Centre for Territorial Studies, consolidating a heritage of scientific research and academic work at ISCTE-IUL for over twenty years. Its founder and first director was Professor Vítor Matias Ferreira. CIDADES, now on open access e-journal format, pursues the objective of disseminating research and discussion in the scientific area of Urban Studies, seeking to consolidate itself in the academic publishing scene, nationally and internationally, as a reference publication in its field.
The orientation of CIDADES is based on the plurality of theoretical perspectives and disciplinary approaches to the analysis of the city, departing from the multidisciplinary scientific area of Urban Studies. CIDADES sheds light on different approaches to urban problems and policies in order to intervene and better comprehend a multitude of transformation processes within cities, communities and territories.
As a peer-reviewed journal, it encompasses a double blind peer review process to guarantee strict anonymity, accorded to both authors and referees. In order to ensure the blind peer review process, authors are asked to make sure that all information about their identities is removed from the text. Each article is reviewed by two referees designated by the Editorial Committee for their expertise.
CIDADES, Comunidades e Territórios is a biannual publication under DINÂMIA'CET-IUL copyright. Submissions are continually available online and conducted upon registration on the website. All items should be the product of original scientific work whose results are relevant to the journal’s scope. Please consult our author guidelines for directions regarding format and presentation standards. All published materials are covered by a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported licence. Authors will be duly notified of acceptance/revisions required/declination and encouraged to keep in contact with the editorial team should any unforeseen situation occur.
Articles submitted for consideration should follow these guidelines:
(1) Language – Articles can be written in Portuguese, English (Oxford spelling), French and Spanish.
(2) Length - Articles must not exceed 9000 words including diagrams, tables, notes and bibliography.
(3) Font – 12-point Times New Roman; line spacing (1.5 lines); bold and italics rather than underlining (except URL addresses).
(4) Tables/Graphs/Photos/… – Tables, graphs, figures, photos, etc., should be placed in the text (rather than at the end of the document).
(5) Authors’ identities - No evidence of the author’s identity (name, email, affiliation, references, etc.) may be provided in any way through the text or by reference in the article.
(6) Title – (note: if the article is written in a language other than English, please submit both an original and an English version of the title).
(7) Abstract – Articles should be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 250 words.
(note: if the article is written in a language other than English, please submit both an original and an English version of the abstract).
(8) Keywords – 3 to 6 keywords.
(note: if the article is written in a language other than English, please submit both an original and an English version of the keywords).
(9) URL – all URL addresses in the text and bibliography/references should be active and ready to click.
(10) Permission - Authors are required to obtain permission to reproduce previously copyrighted materials from other sources in both print and electronic form.
(11) Style and Bibliography Standards
(11.1) In the text
(11.2) Single-Author Book
Luhmann, Niklas (1992), The Differentiation of Society, New York: Columbia University Press.
(11.3) Co-authored Book
Fitoussi, Jean-Paul e Pierre Rosanvallon (1996), Le nouvel Age des Inégalités, Paris: Éditions du Seuil.
(11.4) Chapter in Books
Pollitt, Christopher (2000), “How We Know How Good Public Service Are?”, in B. Guy Peters and Donald Savoie (orgs.), Governance in the Twenty-first Century. Revitalizing the Public Service, Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
(11.5) Article in Journal
Almeida, Vasco (2001), « O Estado, a economia e as despesas públicas em Portugal 1974-2000”, Revista de Administração e Políticas Públicas, II, (2), pp. 189-212.
(11.6) Article in Online Journal
Boughton, John (2002), “The Bretton Woods proposal: an in depth look”, Political Science Quarterly, (Online), 42 (6).
Available at: http://www.pol.upenn/articles
Oliveira, José Ferreira (2002), “Os modelos de policiamento e as políticas de segurança: a emergência do policiamento de proximidade”, paper presented in the II Meeting Administração e cidadania – Modernização dos serviços públicos, ISCTE, May 23/24, 2002, Lisbon.
(11.8) Ph.D. Dissertation or M.A Thesis
Ferraz, David (2008), A selecção de dirigentes públicos no contexto da evolução de Estado e de Administração – Contributos para uma definição de uma política integrada, Dissertação de Mestrado em Administração e Políticas Públicas, Lisboa, ISCTE
Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), DINÂMIA-CET, Lisboa, Portugal
Mariana Leite Braga
- Études urbaines (Catégorie principale)
- Av. das Forças Armadas (ISCTE-IUL)
- lundi 31 décembre 2012
- Walter Rodrigues
courriel : walter [dot] rodrigues [at] iscte [dot] pt
URLS de référence
Source de l'information
- Marta Maia
courriel : martamaia72 [at] yahoo [dot] fr
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