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Permanent call for articles Varia

Passerelles SHS is an annual open-access digital journal devoted to the presentation of pluridisciplinary methods and practices. The journal aims to publish works that concretely address the challenges and methods of pluridisciplinarity. It intends to open a space for collective reflection on this subject, which has become a major component of the scientific and academic landscape of current research. Passerelles SHS thus offers researchers the opportunity to question their pluridisciplinary approaches in order to envisage a conscious, constructed, assumed and controlled approach to this epistemological positioning. Passerelles SHS thus contributes to renewing and enriching the exchanges between our respective research fields and seeks to foster the emergence of a true culture of pluridisciplinarity in the field of human and social sciences. It publishes thematic issues that also include a Varia section.

 

For these contributions, the subject remains free, although it must correspond to the journal's editorial line, i.e. propose a reflection on pluridisciplinarity, either as a feedback or as part of a more general approach. The call is open to all ; it is addressed more particularly to young researchers in SHS. Articles that do not fit into the theme of the proposed issues are welcome. The mission of the journal Passerelles SHS is indeed to encourage reflection and exchanges on current scientific research practices, and more specifically around this issue which has now become essential to pluridisciplinarity.

As for the call for thematic articles, contributions can be made in French or in English. The articles (between 30 and 50,000 characters including spaces), which offer a presentation of the methodological approach implemented, as well as questions relating to the theme of the journal.

 

For each contribution, an abstract of 200 words for a research note and 300 words for an article is requested, in the form of a text file (.doc, .docx or .rtf) named according to this model: "SUMMARY_FAMILY_NAME". The abstract must include the following information:

- name and first name of the author·s

- status(es)

- discipline(s)

- home institution(s) and laboratory(ies)

- e-mail address(es)

- contribution title

- 5 key words

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