e-ISSN: 1562-384X
Year XXI / Issue 71
  July-December 2017
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e-Journal of Philosophy, Literature and Humanities
Department of Philosophy / Department of Literature

Mtro. Francisco Javier
Ponce Martínez

Departament of Literature

Dr. Raúl E. Rodríguez

Departament of Philosophy

Nicolás Medina García
Technical Editorial



First. The e-journal will host two types of clearly defined texts:

  • Academic article that poses a problem correctly on philosophical, literary themes or related disciplines.
  • Short academic paper that covers specific discussions on philosophical, literary themes or related disciplines.

Second. The authors are not paid for the texts published.
Third. All work submitted to the drafting of Sincronia must respect the ethical guidelines and best practices for publication described herein.


Fourth. Any academic material, of whatever nature, that is postulated to be published in Synchrony, must be unpublished and can not be simultaneously applied in another periodical or book.

Fourth (Bis). In case the author intends to publish it in another journal or book after being published in Synchrony, he should mention it to this writing giving the FIRST PUBLICATION credit to this journal and, as of the second publication in another medium, he should mention Which has already been published in Synchrony.

Fourth (Ter). If the item is rejected, it will not apply the previous clause.

Fifth. The authors agree to follow the editorial guidelines established in: http://sincronia.cucsh.udg.mx/crit_public.html

Sixth. The editor received acknowledgment of all material submitted for publication in a period not exceeding 10 working days.

Seventh. The works received will be audited under the principle of double-blind process in which both authors and consultants will be anonymous, and wherein at least one of two adjudicators will be outside the University of Guadalajara.

Seventh (Bis). The outcome of the ruling may be:

  • ACCEPTED WITHOUT CHANGES. The article meets all the specifications of form, method and content.
  • ACCEPTED WITH MINOR CHANGES. The article meets most of the specifications for form, method and content.
  • ACCEPTED WITH MAJOR CHANGES. The article only complies with some of the specifications of form, method and content.
  • REJECTED. The article does not meet the specifications of form, method and content.

Eighth. The wording will ensure that the texts will safeguard the identity of the author; so Decider will be forwarded to a version in which the author hide any reference (in the body of the text, in footnotes or in the thanks).

Nineth. Month editor of the e-journal the ultimate responsibility to accept or reject a text, always based on the decision of the corresponding anonymous opinions.

Tenth. If assessments do not match, the e-journal reserves the right to publish or not an article, or opt for a third opinion if considered necessary.

Eleventh.The editorial staff of the magazine is entitled to reject proposed works, even before the process dictaminación if it considers that they do not meet the minimum quality standards, writing or thematic.

Twelfth. The evaluation process begins once the editor verify overall compliance with editorial standards.

Thirteenth. The original works will be considered final version and changes will be accepted only on the express if the evaluators so request so that the work can be published, based on indications thereof; or, at the request of the editor.

Fourteenth. The e-journal Sicronia reserves the right to translation of any material under evaluation whose native language is not Spanish; as well as summaries and excerpts from the article with the promotional material published.

Fifteenth. The e-journal Sicronia reserves the right to amend the wording of any material when it deems appropriate, and with strict respect for the author's work, in order to: a) approve criteria; and b) clear doubts or confusion caused by the style.

Sixteenth. The publication of a material disclosure involves permission to facilitate electronic scopes, always respecting the moral rights of authors.

Seventeenth. Evaluators are required to: a) assess objectively accept any text review; b) treat any text submitted for evaluation as a confidential document, and c) submit its opinion addressing the guidelines Evaluation Form, within a period not exceeding 25 days.

Eighteenth. The assessor has the right to decline a request for an opinion; however, and in order not to hinder the editorial process, you must do so with the knowledge of the directors in a period no longer than 3 days after you've received.

Ninetieth. All authors whose papers are accepted for publication in the e-journal Sincronia immediately be informed after the decision has been taken.


Twentieth. Authors submitting a proposal to be published in Sicronia, must meet all the requirements of shipping and fill the formats indicated in http://sincronia.cucsh.udg.mx/crit_public.html.

Twenty first. The authors agree to send their collaboration in the times to set the corresponding calls. If after it closed, an author wishes to make an extemporaneous delivery, receipt of the document is at the discretion of the editor of the magazine.

Twenty-first (Bis). All works that are received before issuing the call corresponding to the next edition, will be processed once it has been issued, in any case the author will be informed in a timely manner.

Twenty-first (Ter). In case the number is complete and more articles are received, they will go to the next edition and so on until another number is completed or until the closing date indicated in the respective notice is reached.

Twenty-second. If a Decider determines that an article should be corrected, the author undertakes to make this correction in a period not exceeding 10 days from the date you receive the notice. If in this time the author does not forward the corrected text, the article is removed from the editorial process.

Twenty-third. If derived from the evaluation of the Decider, the author decides to withdraw his article, you must inform the editor Sincronia, within no more than 3 working days after he was notified of the results of the corresponding report.


Twenty fourth. All proposals for publication will be reviewed in the anti-plagiarism software with which tells the e-journal.

Twenty-fifth. When the Editorial Committee determines that a text is suspected of plagiarism, it will immediately inform the author to correct what is considered relevant.

Twenty-sixth. They will be considered plagiarism the following categories:

    • Direct Plagiarism: 1) When a text is transcribed deliberately omitting the source and quotes. 2) When minimal changes are made to a text that is not like who transcribes.
    • Incorrect paraphrases: 1) When the original text phrases are used with few changes not constituting a paraphrase. 2 When paraphrasing is extensive. 3) When the time to mention the paraphrase, not reference the source indicated. 4) When paraphrasing is very extensive and does not add any new content, even when you are quoting the source. 5) When not paraphrasing is clearly identified. 6) When the text is repetitive.
    • Report incorrectly source: 1) When the source is quoted phrase taken, but the source is incorrect for lack of data. 2) Paraphrasing without specifying that it is one. 3) Lack of words or phrases in quotes.
    • Plagiarism with single quotes: Continue the quoted text when they have already closed the quotes, or unspecified corresponding to the same quote.

Twenty-seventh. "Self-plagiarism" recycling fraud or text considered when:

    • It will change the appearance of text and presented again as a new text,
    • When the statement is omitted the text has already been raised or published previously.

Twenty eighth. The text contains any of the aforementioned modes of plagiarism, it will not be published.

Twenty-ninth. The author who is found to have committed plagiarism, will be permanently unable to publish in e-journal Sincronia.

Thirtieth. When an item has already been published and plagiarism is confirmed after publication, it will be removed from the number that has appeared and notice be given to the author, applying the penalties mentioned in the preceding section.

Thirty-first. Any situation that the authors consider relevant in relation to this document must be submitted in writing to the Editorial Committee, addressed to the directors of the magazine, which clearly expresses the situation which will be analyzed by the directors of the magazine and 4 Members of the Evaluation Council to resolve the situation at issue


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