Instructions to authors

Jungian Dialogues is a six monthly publication by Jungian Connections, which publishes papers on analytical psychology, that consider its theoretical-philosophical aspects, as well as clinical, applied or a combination of other areas of knowledge. Articles will be published after being selected, in the format described below. They must be original and cannot be submitted to other publications simultaneously. They must be submitted in English, Portuguese or Spanish. Authors of articles in Portuguese or Spanish if subsequently accepted for publication, must provide its translation into English when requested by the editors. For further details, please examine a copy of the current edition.

Original Article – the result of research, symbolic amplification, description or analysis of themes. The methodology and results, if any, must be substantiated scientifically.

Essay - presentation of ideas, thoughts, criticisms on a topic. It may be partial, and the author´s own views can be presented. It can be more critical and subjective, but must include a theoretical basis.

Review articles - critical and thorough review of a relevant theme, that is original and innovative.

Case study - presentation, analysis and discussion of clinical cases of interest. The anonymity of the patient shall be guaranteed and the author must provide written authorization from the patient to publish the case.

Reviews - appreciation, comments and observations, from the perspective of analytical psychology, on literary work (poetry, fiction, technique) or artistic work (including films, plays, exhibitions, works of art).

Communication - brief account or information related to clinical activities, theory, history or activities or relevant contemporary events.

Letters to the Editor - comments, suggestions, opinions on any contents published or on the editorial policy.

Modalidade

Characters (with space)

Original Article – the result of research, symbolic amplification, description or analysis of themes. The methodology and results, if any, must be substantiated scientifically.

15,000 to 35,000

15,000 to 35,000

15,000 to 35,000

15,000 to 25,000

3,000 to 8,000

1,000 to 5,000

up to 5,000

Format

Text in Microsoft Word, font Times New Roman 12, spacing 1.5, standard margins, indented paragraphs.

 

Title: Font - Times New Roman 14, maximum of 40 characters, including spaces. Subtitles, if applicable, in Times New Roman 12, in bold, maximum of 30 characters.

 

Abstract: up to 200 words, with 5-8 key words separated by comma.

  

Information about the author: name, profession, affiliation (if any), titles, activities, city and country of origin and email address for contact. Maximum of 90 words.

 

Quotations: in double quotation marks, followed by the author's name and the year of publication stated in brackets.  Do not use italics: “The shadow can be projected on the other if it is not well integrated” (Silva, 2004, p.32).

 

                    Quotations of more than three lines should be indented 4cm from the left margin, without quotation marks, font size 10 or 11.

 

                    Direct quotes (exact copy of the text) should include the page number (Silva, 2004, p.32). In the case of the complete works of                         C. G. Jung, the paragraph should be stated (Jung, 1998, § 456).

 

                    Indirect quotes (paraphrase, mention, reformed text): name and year only. (Silva, 2004).

 

Highlights in the text, titles of references, words in a foreign language: in italics. Also in italics the terms anima and animus. Self, with capital S, not italics.

 

Abbreviations: in full when they are first used.

 

References: do not include footnotes, endnotes only, if necessary.

 

Photos and illustrations – if applicable, in JPG or TIFF format, with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Those with existing copyrights must be accompanied by permission to use in writing from the owner.  Images used from the public domain must include this information.

 

Graphs - if applicable, and should include keys.

References

 

Only include the references used in the body of the text, in alphabetic order, by author, see examples detailed below:

References

 

Only include the references used in the body of the text, in alphabetic order, by author, see examples detailed below:

Carvalho, R. Synchronicity, the infinite unrepressed, dissociation and the interpersonal. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 2014; 59:366-384.

Jung. C.G. Memories, Dreams, Reflections. New York: Vintage Books, 1989.

Pankseep, J, Trevarthem, P. The Neuroscience of emotion in music. In:  Communicative Musicality: Exploring the basis of human companionship, Malloch, S, Trevearthen, C. editors. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.

Kasai, A. Images of pain, images of pain relief: Multimodal expressive arts therapy and pain management. Ann Arbor: California Institute of Integral Studies, 2008. 

Wilhelm, B. Wisdom of changes – Richard Wilhelm and the I Ching Filmkinotext / Schwarz Weiss Filmverleih / Triluna Film. Switzerland, 2011. 1 DVD, 87min.

 

Boorman, J. Excalibur. Warner Bros. England/USA, 1981. 1 DVD, 140min.

Brontë, E. Wuthering Heights. Available at  http://literature.org/authors/bronte-emily/wuthering-heights/  Accessed on April 10, 2016.

 

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Burden of mental illness. Avaliable at http://www.cdc.gov/mentalhealth/basics/burden.htm  Accessed on Oct 4, 2013.

Sinatra, Frank. Come Fly with me. In: Classic Sinatra, Capitol, 2000 1.CD Track 16.

Stevens, Cat. Morning has broken. Avaliable at http://www.lyrics.com/morning-has-broken-lyrics-cat-stevens.html   Accessed on April 10, 2016.

Article*

Book

Chapter from a book

Theses and dissertations:

DVD, Blu-ray

Internet

Music

Music from the internet

Stevens, Cat. Morning has broken. Avaliable at http://www.lyrics.com/morning-has-broken-lyrics-cat-stevens.html   Accessed on April 10, 2016.

*include the names of all of the authors, up to a maximum of six.

Correspondence

The papers should be sent to the email address dialogosjung@gmail.com. The text should not include any information enabling the author to be identified, other than that in "information about the author". Images and illustrations, if any, should be included in the text and should also be sent in separate files, in the minimum resolution required for publication. The papers will not be returned to the author.

 

Assessment and Selection

 

The manuscripts presented will be submitted to a peer review based on a double-blind system. The assessment criteria are originality, creativity, theoretical or clinical interest and scientific validity, and relevance and suitability for publication. Ethical and professional aspects will also be taken into consideration. The reasons for non-acceptance will not be informed. Acceptance will be communicated within 40 days, when the review process with the author will begin. Once this process has been concluded, the author must formally authorize, in accordance with the terms of the journal and by email the publication of his or her paper, without which, publication will not proceed.

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