Instructions to authors
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Articles to be submitted to the editors should be sent by email (in doc or rtf formats) both to the editorial secretariat and to the coordinators of the issue - that is for articles responding to a call for papers.
The title page should carry the following information: article title, name and surname of the author or authors, postal address of the institution they belong to, email address, personal postal address and phone number.
The text itself starts on page two, in order to facilitate the anonymization of the articles submitted to the editorial board’s expertise.
The text must not exceed 50 000 characters, spaces included.
The text should be typed double-spaced, in Times New Roman 12. Pages should be numbered, with no formatting other than stated above.
Titles should be organized according to the international standard (1.; 1.1.; 1.1.1.; etc.).
Pictures, if any, should be sent to the editorial secretary preferably in a high resolution format (uncompressed).
Each article must be followed by an abstract, written in both French and English, between 1.000 and 1.500 characters long, and by five to ten keywords, also in French and English.
Temporalités’ own Zotero style sheet is currently being implemented and will be deposited in the Zotero repository within a short length of time. Until then, Zotero users are advised to format their bibliography according to the style sheets of the Revue française de sociologie (to be directly downloaded below or from the Zotero Style Repository).
References in the text are shown in brackets: (Grossin, 1962), (Halbwachs, 1950; Durkheim, Mauss, 1912).
The original publishing year should be mentioned, as well as by the year of the edition used by the author of the article, when quoting. The year of the original edition should in this case mentioned in square brackets (Durkheim  1930, p.127).
The list of references, at the end, should contain all the references mentioned in the text, and these only. The list is organized by alphabetical order and decreasing chronological order for one given author (starting with the most recent reference). The references to a single author come before the ones where the name of this author is followed by those of co-authors.
For those not using Zotero, bibliographical references are presented according to the following standard:
Bergmann W., 1992. “The problem of time in sociology”, Time and Society 1 (1), p. 81-134.
Dubar C., Rolle C., (dir.), 2008. « Les temporalités dans les sciences sociales » Temporalités 8.
Grossin W., 1974. Les temps de la vie quotidienne, Paris, Mouton.
Durkheim É.,  1970. La science sociale et l’action, Paris, Presses Universitaires de France.
O’Reilly J., Fagan C. (dir), 1998. Part-Time Prospects, London, Routledge.
Barthe B., 2000. « Travailler la nuit au sein d’un collectif : quels bénéfices ? » in Benchekroun T., Weill-Fassina A. (dir.), Le travail collectif. Perspectives actuelles en ergonomie, Toulouse, Octarès, p. 235-255.
Chatriot A., Fridenson P., Pezet E., 2000. « Éléments pour une histoire de la réduction du temps de travail en France de 1841 à 1978 : entre réglementation tutélaire et négociation encadrée ». Rapport pour le Commissariat Général au Plan.
About abbreviations, acronyms and other typographic rules, one should refer to the Chicago Manual of Style.