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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.
  • The file in Microsoft Word submitted to the Journal does not have the names of the authors; The contribution is original and unpublished, and is not being evaluated for publication by another journal; The text follows the style standards and bibliographic requirements described in Author Guidelines.
  • Publication cost (APC) | For Brazilian authors, the publication fee is R $ 300,00 BRL (three hundred reais). For other authors, the publication fee is US$ 100,00 (one hundred American dollars). The publication fee is charged only for accepted papers. There is no submission fee.

Author Guidelines

1) Text structure:

  • Title in this sequence: Portuguese, English and Spanish.
  • The authors of the article (must be placed in this sequence: name, ORCID, institution, e-mail). NOTE: The ORCID number is individual for each author, and it is necessary for registration at the DOI, and in case of error, it is not possible to register at the DOI).
  • Abstract and Keywords in this sequence: Portuguese, English and Spanish (the abstract must contain the objective of the article, methodology, results and conclusion of the study. It must have between 150 and 250 words);
  • Body of the text (must contain the sections: 1. Introduction, in which there is context, problem studied and objective of the article; 2. Methodology used in the study, as well as authors supporting the methodology; 3. Results (or alternatively, 3. Results and Discussion, renumbering the other subitems), 4. Discussion and, 5. Final considerations or Conclusion);
  • References: (Authors, the article must have at least 15 references as current as possible. Both the citation in the text and the item of References, use the formatting style of the APA - American Psychological Association. References must be complete and updated Placed in ascending alphabetical order, by the surname of the first author of the reference, they must not be numbered, they must be placed in size 12 and 1.5 spacing, separated from each other by a blank space).

2) Layout:

  • Word format (.doc);
  • Written in 1.5 cm space, using Times New Roman font 12, in A4 format and the margins of the text must be lower, upper, right and left of 2.5 cm .;
  • Indents are made in the text editor ruler (not by the TAB key);
  • Scientific articles must be longer than 5 pages.

3) Figures:

The use of images, tables and illustrations must follow common sense and, preferably, the ethics and axiology of the scientific community that discusses the themes of the manuscript. Note: the maximum file size to be submitted is 10 MB (10 mega).

Figures, tables, charts etc. (they must have their call in the text before they are inserted. After their insertion, the source (where the figure or table comes from ...) and a comment paragraph in which to say what the reader must observe is important in this resource The figures, tables and charts ... must be numbered in ascending order, the titles of the tables, figures or charts must be placed at the top and the sources at the bottom.

4) Authorship:

The word file sent at the time of submission must NOT have the names of the authors.

All authors need to be included only in the journal's system and in the final version of the article (after analysis by the journal's reviewers). Authors should be registered only in the metadata and in the final version of the article in order of importance and contribution to the construction of the text. NOTE: Authors write the authors' names in the correct spelling and without abbreviations at the beginning and end of the article and also in the journal's system.

The article must have a maximum of 20 authors. For exceptional cases, prior consultation with the Journal Team is required.

5) Tutorial videos:

6) Example of APA references:

  • Journal article:

Gohn, M. G. & Hom, C. S. (2008). Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Social Movements in Latin America. CRH Notebook, 21 (54), 439-455.

  • Book:

Ganga, G. M. D .; Soma, T. S. & Hoh, G. D. (2012). Course conclusion work (TCC) in production engineering. São Paulo: Atlas.

  • Web page:

Amoroso, D. (2016). What is Web 2.0? Retrieved from http://www.tecmundo.com.br/web/183-o-que-e-web-2-0-

7) The journal publishes original and unpublished articles that are not postulated simultaneously in other journals or editorial bodies.

8) Doubts: Any doubts send an email to rsd.articles@gmail.com or dorlivete.rsd@gmail.com or WhatsApp (55-11-98679-6000)

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