If you would like to get your paper published, please submit the final version until 2 of September 2013 (email@example.com).
Manuscripts will be typed in Times New Roman, 12. Illustrations, charts and drawings should be at the end of the text, in separate sheets. Electronic manuscripts will be Word processed (either Windows or Mac). The file format used for graphics (which should always be inserted in the Word text file) is jpeg or tiff, and should have a resolution of at least 300 dpi.
Manuscripts will include an abstract (max. 1000 characters). Full texts should not overcome 50 000 characters (including spaces).
Pattern for quotes and references are the following:
(Berten, 2001); (Winseck & Cuthbert, 1997); (Gudykunst et al., 1996).
These will match the bibliographic references presented at the final pages as follows:
Berten, A. (2001) ‘A Ética da Discussão: Ideologia ou Utopia?’, Comunicação e Sociedade, 4: 11-44.
Foucault, M. (1971) L’Ordre du Discourse, Paris: Gallimard.
Winseck, D. & Cuthbert, M. (1997) ‘From Communication to Democratic Norms: Reflections on the Normative Dimensions of International Communication Policy’ in Sreberny-Mohammadi, A., Winseck, D., McKenna, J. & Boyd-Barrett, O. (eds.) (1997)
Media in a Global Context: A Reader, London: Arnold, pp. 162-76.
Gudykunst, W., Ting-Toomey, S. & Nishida, T. (eds.) (1996) Communication in Personal Relationships Across Cultures, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.