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Guidelines for Extended Abstracts

Guidelines for Organizing the Extended Abstract

• The text must retain the following settings: A4 paper (29.7 cm x 21 cm), page orientation: portrait; all margins 1 inch (2.54 cm), in Garamond 12, double line spacing, left aligned.
• The title must be centered, in bold, with a maximum of 130 characters, in Garamond 14.
• The names of the authors must appear just below the title of the work, in Garamond 12, accompanied by the email and identification of the institution of origin, aligned to the right.
• The abstract must contain between 300 and 500 words.
• The abstract must present general information about the study and the topic, the theoretical-methodological approach, the contribution to academic-scientific knowledge and the relevant results found; In addition, it must establish an explicit relationship with the topic and theoretical approach indicated in the dossier call. The description, although succinct, must be clear and understandable and list the main references that give theoretical support to the text.
• Keywords should help identify the main topics covered in the article, with a minimum of three and a maximum of five, separated by a semicolon).
• At the end of the abstract, the main bibliographical references that support the text (between five and seven) should be placed in alphabetical and chronological order, according to APA 7th edition standards. These references must also include those that have been cited in the abstract.