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Author Guidelines

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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.

  1. Originality: the author states that the content of the article has not been published, and does not appear in another work about to be published; the article does not result in duplicate publication (which essentially repeats the same information whether presented in the same way or not, see “Ethical principles in research and publication”. The signatory is the sole person responsible for the manuscript’s content and declares that the text is not the product of plagiarism either in whole or in part, and does not violate copyright laws or other authors' copyrights.

  2. No simultaneous submission to other publications: the author states that his/her manuscript is only sent to Magnificat CLM, and not simultaneously elsewhere, thus not wasting the journal’s time and resources.

  3. File: the author states that the file is sent in format .docx.

  4. Format: the author states that the text is single-spaced, in a 12-point Times NR font, uses italics and not underlining (except for URLs), and that all illustrations, figures and tables appear within the text where they belong, and not at the end.

  5. Style: the author states that the text meets the requirements and bibliographical style specified in the style sheet within Instructions for Authors, including addition within Works Cited of publications' DOI or URL.

  6. Anonymity for reviewing: the author states that the document contains no identifying marks.

    (If you are unsure about how to remove all authorial marks, please check this advice before uploading your proposal.)

  7. ORCID: the author states that s/he is registered in ORCID, and signs the article with the registered standard version of her/his name.

  8. Google Scholar: the author states that s/he is registered in Google Scholar, and in other researchers’ social networks, at least in and, and is committed to promptly upload her/his article once published, and to spread knowledge of it among colleagues and in general through all channels at her/his disposal.

  9. Acceptance of changes: the author accepts changes to the content and style of her/his manuscript by the editorial board, which can make minor editorial changes to remove occasional typographical or grammatical errors, or unclear expressions, but cannot make any substantive changes to its content.

  10. Copyright: the author accepts the publication of her/his article under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 CC-BY.

  11. Non-membership of the sponsoring institution: the author states that s/he is not a member of the Universitat de València, publisher of Magnificat CLM.

  12. (For articles in languages not listed in the rules, or where the choice of language entails particular difficulties. If it is not your case, click Agree.) The author agrees to cover the editing costs and linguistic revision of the manuscript, if accepted.


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