Manuscripts must be sent to the editor’s e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Before making your submission, verify that your article meets the following points:
- It is written in English or in Spanish.
- It does not exceed 10,000 words (including tables, references and appendixes).
- It contains an abstract (around 200 words) and five key words.
- Its structure is close to the following: introduction, literature review, methodology, results, discussion and conclusions.
- References are presented according to the following style:
McMichael, P. 2012. “The land grab and corporate food regime restructuring”. Journal of Peasant Studies 39: 681-701.
Francks, P. 2006. Rural economic development in Japan from the nineteenth century to the Pacific War. Abingdon: Routledge.
Halfacree, K. 2006. “Rural space: constructing a three-fold architecture”. In Handbook of rural studies, eds. P. Cloke, T. Marsden and P. H. Mooney, 44-62. London: Sage.
Proposals of monographic sections
AGER considers proposals of monographic sections comprising three or four articles sharing a common theme. Proposals must be sent to the editor’s e-mail address: email@example.com
The proposal must include a motivation (around 500 words) and a list of articles, including for each of these the name of the author, his/her affiliation, the title of the article and an abstract (around 200 words).
Proposals of monographic sections are assessed by the journal’s editorial board, which will make a decision in two weeks’ time. If this decision is positive, then every article in the proposal goes through a review process that is similar to that of all other articles submitted to AGER.