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Section Policies

Submission: Papers must be submitted exclusively to the journal. That is, the author must not simultaneously submit the same manuscript to another journal and must not have an active evaluation or publication process in another journal, as this potentially compromises the originality and rights of a manuscript.

Unpublished Articles: Enletawa Journal accepts original articles that have not been published elsewhere. The presentation of texts that have been partially published or in other languages is not acceptable for the journal. Any work that does not meet this condition will be rejected by the editor.

Types of Articles: Enletawa Journal accepts the manuscripts shown below:

  • Original Article: (5000 to 7000 words excluding bibliographic references): a document that presents in detail the original results of completed research projects. The body of the work must contain the following sections: introduction, methodology, results, and discussion.
  • Reflection Article: (5,000 to 7,000 words, excluding bibliographical references): a document that presents the results of completed research from an analytical, interpretive, or critical perspective of the author, on a specific topic, using original sources.
  • Review Article: (6,000 to 7,500 words, excluding bibliographical references): a document resulting from a completed investigation, where the results of published or unpublished investigations on a field of science or technology are analyzed, systematized, and integrated, in order to inform about advances and development trends in language sciences. It is characterized by presenting a careful bibliographic review of at least 50 references.
  • Short Article: (3000 to 4000 words excluding bibliographic references): this type of article shares preliminary or partial original research findings.
  • Translation: This category includes classic texts, current issues, or transcripts of historical documents that are related to the area of interest of the journal.