APRESENTAÇÃO DO FAST TRACK DE PUBLICAÇÃO

No sistema “fast track”, artigos sobre o assunto escolhido recebem um olhar prioritário dos editores e seguem para a avaliação dos pares de uma forma mais ágil.
O modelo de “fast track” é em si um modelo dinâmico e em desenvolvimento, sendo que a lista de revistas e journals associados ao evento vai sendo gerada e disponibilizada aos/às Participantes à medida que as parcerias se vão estabelecendo. O SIGeP2020 reúne revistas e coleções de referência nacional e internacional em áreas específicas do conhecimento e privilegiando, a maioria, a língua portuguesa.
Atente-se às particularidades de cada publicação nos respetivos tópicos.

Journal INFO
Impact Factor: 0.48
Publisher: IISTE
ISSN: 2184-3082
Indexing: Crossref; Scilit; Journal TOCs & ResearchGate
Qualis: A3

Special Issue

The history of prisons is narrated under the scope of gender, in a masculine-feminine dyad; women are often under-represented in an established connection between prison and the dominant patriarchal culture to legal systems, often thought of as the dominant male. Prison, as the majority solution, fosters an exotic vision of reintegration, transversal to men and women who are momentarily brought up in captivity for freedom in justice systems.
The International Symposium on Gender and Prison Culture – SIGeP – is open to all and different disciplinary views of prison in the social order, with a special focus on the treatment of gender in a developmental and multidisciplinary human rights construction. In this way, they propose a broad and multidisciplinary debate from a constructivist and developmental perspective on the human rights of people in prison in general and women in prison in particular.
SIGeP thus brings together proposals that embody descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as empirical research relevant to gender and prison culture research.

Keywords: Gender; prison; intersectionality; human rights; femininity.

Guidelines for Publication

The articles to be submitted must be original, scientifically rigorous and comply with the normal editorials of the Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences.
For this purpose, we provide a formatting model for the articles (PaperTemplate.dot), which must be scrupulously followed available at https://sigep.pt/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/TemplateRHSS.pdf

The deadline for submissions is February 28, 2021. Submissions must be submitted exclusively in English and in editable format (MS Word Format).

Special Issue Organizers

Ana Guerreiro – aguerreiro@ismai.pt
Guest assistant at ISMAI – Instituto Universitário da Maia and researcher in the area of crime and gender. PhD student in Criminology, Faculty of Law of the University of Porto (FDUP).

Marco Ribeiro Henriques – marco.henriques@ismt.pt / mrh.researcher@gmail.com
Guest Assistant at Miguel Torga High Institute, Coimbra, and researcher in the area of human rights. PhD student in law at the NOVA School of Law (NSL).

Daniela Serra Castilhos – dcastilhos.uportu.pt
Assistant Professor at Portucalense University. PhD in Human Rights, University of Salamanca. Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module The European Union as a Global Player for Democracy and Fundamental Rights.

Guest Editor

The closing date for submitting papers is February 28th, 2021.
Manuscripts should follow the journal instructions for online submission of papers.
For any queries contact us at:
Ana Guerreiro & Marco Ribeiro Henriques
2020@sigep.pt

Journal INFO
Impact Factor:
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Itajubá
ISSN: 2525-3409
Indexing: Base; Diadorim; Sumarios.org; DOI Crossref; Dialnet; Scholar Google; Redib; Doaj; Latindex; Portal de Periódicos CAPES.

Special Issue

The history of prisons is narrated under the scope of gender, in a masculine-feminine dyad; women are often under-represented in an established connection between prison and the dominant patriarchal culture to legal systems, often thought of as the dominant male. Prison, as the majority solution, fosters an exotic vision of reintegration, transversal to men and women who are momentarily brought up in captivity for freedom in justice systems.
The International Symposium on Gender and Prison Culture – SIGeP – is open to all and different disciplinary views of prison in the social order, with a special focus on the treatment of gender in a developmental and multidisciplinary human rights construction. In this way, they propose a broad and multidisciplinary debate from a constructivist and developmental perspective on the human rights of people in prison in general and women in prison in particular.
SIGeP thus brings together proposals that embody descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as empirical research relevant to gender and prison culture research.

Keywords: Gender; prison; intersectionality; human rights; femininity.

Guidelines for Publication
The articles to be submitted must be original, scientifically rigorous and comply with the normal editorials of the Journal of Research, Society and Development. For this purpose, we provide a formatting model for the articles either in Portuguese or in English, which must be scrupulously followed available at: (potuguese version: https://sigep.pt/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/PaperTemplatePortuguese.doc and english version: https://sigep.pt/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/PaperTemplateEnglish.doc

The deadline for submissions is February 28, 2021. Submissions must be submitted exclusively in editable format (MS Word Format).

Special Issue Organizers
Ana Guerreiro – aguerreiro@ismai.pt
Guest assistant at ISMAI – Instituto Universitário da Maia and researcher in the area of crime and gender. PhD student in Criminology, Faculty of Law of the University of Porto (FDUP).

Marco Ribeiro Henriques – marco.henriques@ismt.pt / mrh.researcher@gmail.com
Guest Assistant at Miguel Torga High Institute, Coimbra, and researcher in the area of human rights. PhD student in law at the NOVA School of Law (NSL).

Daniela Serra Castilhos – dcastilhos.uportu.pt
Assistant Professor at Portucalense University. PhD in Human Rights, University of Salamanca. Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module The European Union as a Global Player for Democracy and Fundamental Rights.

The articles to be submitted must be original, scientifically rigorous and comply scrupulously with the normal IISTE – Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences (available at:https://sigep.pt/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/TemplateRHSS.pdf).

Guest Editor
The closing date for submitting papers is February 28th, 2021.
Manuscripts should follow the journal instructions for online submission of papers.
For any queries contact us at:
Ana Guerreiro & Marco Ribeiro Henriques
2020@sigep.pt