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Published on Wednesday, November 03, 2021 by Lucie Choupaut

Summary

The research group called the “groupe d’études sur les dynamiques politiques” of the association Groupe d’études sur le Cameroun (GEC) launches for the promotion and dissemination of research, a scientific journal entitled Territoires politiques; a journal devoted to the study of politics in its many manifestations, it intends to give prominence to empirical research by publishing thematic issues and various issues three times a year. The journal Territoires politiques aims to be the place par excellence for debates and controversies as long as they are informed and respectful of ethics and the requirements of scientific courtesy. This first issue will be devoted exclusively to unpublished articles with a strong empirical basis.

Announcement

Presentation

The research group called the “groupe d’études sur les dynamiques politiques”of the association Groupe d’études sur le Cameroun (GEC) launches for the promotion and dissemination of research, a scientific journal entitled Territoires politiques; a journal devoted to the study of politics in its many manifestations, it intends to give prominence to empirical research by publishing thematic issues and various issues three times a year. The journal Territoires politiques aims to be the place par excellence for debates and controversies as long as they are informed and respectful of ethics and the requirements of scientific courtesy. This first issue will be devoted exclusively to unpublished articles with a strong empirical basis. However, critical readings are highly appreciated. In addition, in the future, the journal Territoires politiques will publish bibliographic and professional chronicles “making it possible to take stock of a technical or professional file, to initiate a debate on the future of the profession of political scientist and of the environment in which in short, we exercise it to reinforce the need for reflexivity on our professional practices and values, which conditions our ability to attest to the social utility of our knowledge and know-how”.

Number led by Jean Njoya, Professor of Political Science and Jean Daniel Bombela, Doctorate PhD in Political Science

Submission guidelines

The Territoires Politiques journal is thus launching a call for proposals for articles for a varia dossier to be published in April 2022. Proposals for articles should be sent no later than December 1st, 2021 at midnight to:

  • revueterritoirespolitiques@gmail.com 

or to

  • bombelajeandaniel@gmail.com

Recommendations to authors

Manuscripts submitted must comply with the following standards.

1 / Volume

The number of signs (spaces and footnotes included, methodological appendices included) does not exceed 15,000 words for classic articles. In all cases, the number of signs in the notes must remain modest (less than 20% of the total of signs). Notes reserved for bibliographic references are numbered and placed at the bottom of the page. Methodological notes or appendices are the subject of either a box or a publication at the end of the article.

2 / Presentation of bibliographical references

The references are presented (only in footnotes, no bibliography at the end of the article) according to the following model: First name Last name, title of work, city, publishing house, year, possibly page (s) cited (s); or, for an article: First name Last name, "title of the article", Journal, volume number (publication number), date, start and end pages, including any page (s) cited; or, for a collective work chapter: First name Last name, “title of the chapter”, in First name Last name (ed., eds or ed.), title of the work, city, publishing house, year, beginning pages and end, including any page (s) cited.

3 / Summaries and biography of the author

Manuscripts submitted should include an abstract of approximately 700 characters (100 words maximum). The author should accompany his manuscript with a biographical presentation including status, main publications, areas of research, professional address and personal postal contact details.

Assessment process

The journal Territoires Politiques is part of the tradition of peer review, which involves mobilizing scientific skills from all the specialties of the discipline of Political Science.

NB: No reference to the author should appear in the manuscript committed to the experts.An acknowledgment of receipt is sent to the author on the day of arrival of the article. The notification of the articles selected by the editorial board will be made on December 15th, 2021.

1/ Review of the article (anonymously) by two reviewers (one internal and one external)

The evaluation takes into account the following criteria in particular: positioning in relation to the available literature; suitability of the method to the object, from the empirical field to the hypotheses formulated and demonstrated; contributions to knowledge and political science in particular; editorial skills. Each evaluation, whether internal or external, obeys simple ethical rules. In the event that the first two reviewers’ issue conflicting opinions, the editorial staff may authorize the use of a third expertise.The evaluations carried out by internal evaluators and, where applicable, by external experts called upon obey the following fundamental principles:

  • Integrity: The integrity of internal evaluators and external experts is the basis of the trust and credibility placed in their judgment. Evaluators judge all elements fairly and do not allow themselves to be influenced in their assessment by their own interests or by others.
  • Objectivity: the judgments made are supported by elements present in the submitted article and are motivated by reference to the state of knowledge available in the various fields of the social sciences of politics.
  • Consistency: the evaluators examine with the same attention the various articles submitted to the journal. Each evaluation follows a similar evaluation grid in order to achieve the greatest equality of treatment and lead to similar findings and decisions in comparable configurations.
  • Confidentiality: the reviewers undertake to keep confidential the content of the deliberations that prepare the decisions of the Editorial Board.
  • Involvement: the reviewers mobilize their skills to assume their responsibilities and thus fully contribute to the quality of the journal's editorial policy.

2/ Decision after collective deliberation by the Committee which meets monthly;

3/ Sending in the week following the deliberation of a letter justifying the decision of the Committee. This decision is final. 

Editors

Jean Njoya (Université de Yaoundé II)

Jean Daniel Bombela Bombela (Université de Yaoundé II)

Redaction Committee

Gerard Martial Amougou (Université de Yaoundé II)

Jean Marcellin Manga Lebongo (Université de Yaoundé II)

Nicolas Junior Yebega Ndzana (Université de Douala)

Marie Mimesse Me Fame (Université Yaoundé II)

Sylvain Mvondo (Université de Yaoundé II)

Alvine Henriette Assembe Ndi (Université de douala)

Emile Sédar Bokalli (Université de Bamenda)

Apollinaire Foulla Damna (Université de Maroua)

Macaire Eyenga (Université de Dschang)

Calvin Minfegue (Université Catholique d’Afrique central)

Editorial Secretary

Thomas Baleng (GEC/Cerdap)

Francis Ateba Bekila (GEC / Cerdap)

Scientific Committee

Les professeurs

Fabien Nkot (Université de Yaoundé II)

Ibrahim Mouiche (Université de Yaoundé II)

Mathias Éric Owona Nguini (Université de Yaoundé)

Nadine Machikou (Université Yaoundé II)

Guillaume Ekambi Dibonggue (Université de Douala)

Armand Leka Essomba (Université de Yaoundé I)

Joseph Vincent Ntuda Ebode (Université de Yaoundé II)

Fred Geremi Medou Ngoa (Université de Douala)

Aristide Menguele Menyengue (Université de Douala)

Marc Luciani Ewodo Mbele (Université de Yaoundé II)

Moise Tchingankong Yanou (Université de Yaoundé II)

Jean Njoya (Université de Yaoundé II)

Guy Rossatanga Rignault (Univeristé Omar Bongo)

Guy Mvele Minfenda (Université de Yaoundé II)

Jean Paul Mbia Manga (Université de Yaoundé II)

Manassé Aboya Endong (Université de Douala)

Ogo Seck Papa (Université Gaston Berger)

Joseph Ketcheu (Université de Dschang)

Mathurin Nna (Université de Ngaoundéré)

Jaques Fialaire (Université de Nantes)

Boyomo Assala Laurent Charles (Université de Yaoundé II)

Mandjem Yves Paul (Université de Yaoundé II)

Bakary Camara (Université de Bamako)

Emmanuel Pie Ghislain (Université de Bretagne Sud)

Places

  • Yaoundé, Cameroon

Date(s)

  • Wednesday, December 01, 2021

Keywords

  • territoire, politique, revue

Contact(s)

  • jean daniel Bombela
    courriel : bombelajeandaniel [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • jean daniel Bombela
    courriel : bombelajeandaniel [at] gmail [dot] com

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« Revue « Territoires politiques » - Varia », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Wednesday, November 03, 2021, https://calenda.org/929663

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