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CIES e-Working Papers

The series CIES e-Working Papers (e-WP), started in 2005, has as its main objective the publication of scientific work in electronic format which result from the research developed both by CIES-Iscte researchers, by researchers who collaborate with the members or activities of the Centre and by Iscte students.

 

Recent submissions

 

→ Burnout. De um Fenómeno Complexo para uma Análise Sociológica

Teresa Pinho


→ Humanitarian action and the digital age

Catarina Mauritti Granjo


→ Teletrabalho: Contributos para uma sistematização teórica

Tiago Lima Quintanilha 

 

The published CIES e-WP are available, in OpenAcess, in the Repositório da Biblioteca do Iscte (Iscte Library), where they can be searched by date, author, title or theme.

 

Browse full list of e-WP

 


 

The CIES e-WP have a "work in progress" character and can be theoretical or conceptual texts, both methodological and empirical. They are also a suitable medium for disseminating the results of undergraduate or master's work. The texts proposed for publication are evaluated by the Editorial Council and subject to peer review, so as to assure the quality and scientific relevance standards of the work produced in the centre.

 

They have an international scope, and have as publishing languages Portuguese, English, Spanish, French or Italian.

They have ISSN and are available in the Iscte repository. 

 

How to submit a CIES e-WP Proposal:

The rules for the presentation of original papers, in what concerns the text's style and graphical format are the same as those in the journal Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas (to be found here), and if in Portuguese should obey the rules of new ortographic agreement. The WP should have between 7.000 and 12.500 words, together with a 150 to 200 word abstract as well as 3 to 5 keywords. 

 

Proposals should be sent to: workingpapers.cies@iscte-iul.pt

 


 

 

Editorial Council: 

Sandra Saleiro (coord.), Ana Margarida Barroso, Jorge Vieira, Nuno de Almeida Alves, Rita Cachado e Rosário Mauritti.

 

 

 

 

 

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