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The Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies invites original empirical (qualitative or quantitative) research, literature reviews, theoretical or methodological contributions, integrative reviews, meta-analyses, comparative or historical studies.
The detailed publication instructions for authors can be found here (link catre Instructions for Authors).
- Deadline for the 1st Issue: till 20th of February of the current year.
- Deadline for the 2nd Issue: till 1st of August of the current year.
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If you are interested in proposing and coordinating a Special Issue, according to the specific of the Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies, please send a proposition to the Deputy Editor, Ph.D. Ecaterina Balica, Senior Researcher at the Romanian Academy, e-mail email@example.com.
Call for Papers No 2/2019
Special Issue on INDIGENOUS / TRIBAL STUDIES IN INDIA
Prasanna Kumar Nayak, Former Professor of Anthropology, Utkal University, Orissa
Rajakishor Mahana, Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Anthropology, Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS)
Angelica Marinescu, Associated Researcher, Romanian Academy, Institute of Sociology
Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies invites original empirical (qualitative or quantitative) research, literature reviews, theoretical or methodological contributions, integrative reviews, meta-analyses, comparative or historical studies on the topic “Indigenous / Tribal Studies in India”.
The articles should have between 5-6,000 words, with an abstract of 250-300 words and five key-words and they should adhere at APA Style.
Please name the manuscript as: Authorname_TribalStudies.doc
The deadline of submitting the articles is January 31, 2019.
The articles will be submitted online at the address firstname.lastname@example.org Please indicate in the title of the message: ”Article for the special issue on Indigenous/Tribal Studies in India”.
More information about this call http://journalofsociology.ro/category/call-for-papers/
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Editors in chief:
Prof. Ph.D. Ilie Bădescu, Director of the Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy- cv
Prof. Ph. D. Cătălin Zamfir, Corresponding Member of the Romanian Academy, President of the Romanian Association of Sociology
Ecaterina Balica, Ph.D., Senior Researcher, Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy- cv
Veronica Dumitrașcu, Ph. D., Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy- cv
Lucian Dumitrescu, Ph. D., Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations- cv
Mădălina Măndiță, Ph.D., Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy- cv
Ramona Marinache, Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest
Irina Stahl, Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy- cv
International Advisory Board
Consuelo Corradi, Prof. PhD, LUMSA University, Italy
Atsushi Takeda, Ph.D., Associate Professor, College of Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Borbala Felegi, Ph.D., Foresee Research Group, Hungary
Bianca Fox, Ph.D., Faculty of Arts, School of Media, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Maria Marczewska-Rytko, Prof. Dr. Hab., Marie Curie Sklodowska University, Poland
Rafaella Sette, Prof. Ph.D., University of Bologna, Italy
Roberta Bissi, Prof. Ph.D., University of Bologna, Italy
Valentina Milenkova, Prof., Sociology Department, South-West University, Sofia, Bulgary
Yoonkyung Lee, Associate Prof., Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Asian & Asian-American Studies, State University of New York-Binghamton, USA
National Advisory Board
Prof. Ph.D. Elena Zamfir
Prof. Ph.D. Ioan Mărginean
Prof. Ph.D. Valentina Marinescu
Prof. Ph.D. Vasile Şoimaru
Prof. Ph.D. Valentina Pricopie
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The editorial team of the Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies thanks you for choosing to prepare an article to be published in our journal. We strongly recommend authors to prepare the articles according to the standards detailed below.
HOW TO SUBMIT AN ARTICLE
- The article must be written in English language.
- The recommended length of the article is of maximum 6000 words (including bibliography), with an abstract of 250-300 words and five key-words, and they should adhere at APA Style.
- Please name the manuscript as: Authorname_Titlename. Doc.
- Together with the article, the authors must send a short bio (maximum 300 words) about the author’s scientific activity.
- The article and the short bios have to be transmitted to the Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies in Word format (doc or docx) to the e-mail address: email@example.com.
- The first page of the article will content the following information: the title of the article, complete names of the author(s), information regarding the institutional affiliation of the author(s), address and email.
- The article will be written in a document template that can be downloaded from here.
You can find a detailed style guide hereafter.
DESCRIPTION OF THE QUALITY CONTROL PROCESS (DOUBLE BLIND PEER-REVIEW)
- The articles received by the editor of the Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies (via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org ) are registered by a member of the Editorial Board, and they are coded. Consequently, the author is informed that his/her article has been registered under the mentioned code and that the article will be subject to the evaluation of two reviewers in the blind peer-review system. After registration, the article is protected (all the information concerning the author and its professional affiliation are removed) and sent to the Deputy Editor.
- The deputy editor sends the article (in the protected form) towards two experts in the domain to which the article belongs to. The experts can be national or international specialists, persons who do not belong to the Editorial Board of RJSS. Each expert had at disposition a maximum of 30 days to realize the evaluation according to the RJSS Evaluation Form (structured on the following chapters: general evaluation of the article and of the structure of the article, evaluation of methodology, evaluation of ideas argumentation, evaluation of bibliographical references). In the situation when the reviews of the two reviews are contradictory, the deputy editor will contact a third reviewer, in order to make a third evaluation of the article. The decision to accept or reject an article is taken in conformity with the suggestions made by the majority of reviewers (2 out of 3).
- After the reviewers have sent their comments concerning the article, in the situation when the reviewers consider that the article may be published after the author makes the modification (minor or major), the Deputy Editor (or a member of the Editorial Board) contacts the author and informs him or her about the result of the evaluation. The author will receive as well the comments of the reviewers (name and professional affiliation of the reviewers are protected) and is asked to make the necessary modifications or to argument his refuse to make some modifications. The author is also informed that there is a time span during which he or she can make the modifications (15 to 30 days).
- Afterwards, the article modified by the author is sent again to the reviewers (if possible to the initial reviewers) for evaluation. The reviewing process will last until the reviewers decide that the article may be published or rejected. The author is informed about the final decision regarding the article sent to RJSS.
- In the case when the article is accepted, the author receives as well information concerning the modifications to be taken in consideration in what concerns the formatting style of the publications of the Romanian Academy Publishing House. The deputy editor or, in exceptional cases, a member of the editing board continues the connection and the communication with the author until the necessary steps for the print publication are finalized.
- In the case when the article is rejected, the author is informed upon the decision, with the arguments received from the reviewers.
The time period from the moment when the article enters the evidence of RJSS to its publication is of a maximum of 6 months.
STYLE GUIDE/MANUSCRIPT FORMAT
The form and the settings accepted for the article are:
Times New Roman, 14, bold, caps, center, no indentation.
Times New Roman, 10, normal, justify, indentation special first line 1 cm. Recommended length: maximum 250 words.
Times New Roman, 12, normal, justify, separated through commas, no indentation
Times New Roman, 12, bold, caps, center, no indentation.
Times New Roman, 12, bold, align left, no indentation, spacing 6 both after and before.
Times New Roman, 12, normal, justify, indentation special first line 1 cm.
References in text:
Same settings as the text sequence. With following format:
One author: (Author’s Name Year, page(s) only number). Ex: (Ionescu 2013, 234)
Two authors: (Name of Author 1 and Nume of Author 2 Year, page(s) only number). Ex: (Ionescu and Popescu 2014, 123)
One or more authors: (Name of Author 1 et al. Year, page(s) only number). Ex. (Ionescu et al 2013, 134)
Explicative footnotes :
Times New Roman, 9, normal, Justify, no indentation.
Extras from field interviews:
Times New Roman, 11, italic, Justify, indentation 1 cm left and right, special first line 1 cm.
Tables, figures or pictures:
The title of the table, the figure or the picture should be written above. Times New Roman, 9, bold, Center, no indentation, spacing 6 both after and before.
The source will be specified below the table, the figure or the picture. Times New Roman, 9, normal, Center, no indentation, spacing 3 both after and before.
Times New Roman, 10, normal, Justify, no indentation. Alphabetic order. The authors’ names with caps. With following format:
Books: NAME OF AUTHOR 1, S [Surname abbreviation]. NAME OF AUTHOR 2, S. NAME OF AUTHOR n, S. (Year). Book Title. Place: The name of the Publishing House.
Ex: IONESCU, P. (2014). Violent Crime. Bucharest: Ars Docendi.
Chapter in books: NAME OF AUTHOR 1, NAME OF AUTHOR 2, S. NAME OF AUTHOR n, S. (Year). Chapter Title in Name, S. Book Title. Place: The name of the Publishing House. Pages only numbers.
Ex: POPESCU, I (2014). Restorative justice in Canada in Ionescu, M. Restorative justice in the world. Bucharest: Editura Academiei Romane. 143-167
Articles: NAME OF AUTHOR 1, NAME OF AUTHOR 2, S. NAME OF AUTHOR n, S. (Year).
Article Title. Name of the Journal. Vol. No.
Ex: POPESCU, I (2009). Mediation in Penal Matters in Romania. Romanian Journal of Sociology. Vol.5. 112145