Papers should be saved by using the Microsoft Word or OpenOffice format and sent to email@example.com.
The maximum number of characters is 40,000 (including spaces). The text should be typed with double spacing and 2 cm margins. Pages should be numbered, as well as sections (following the international standard 1.; 1.1; 1.1.1; …).
Terminal publishes papers written in both French and exceptionally in English. Proposals might be submitted in other languages but accepted papers should then be translated into French. Once a proposal has been accepted, the final paper is sent to anonymous reviewers following the double-blind procedure.
The first page of the manuscript mentions the title of the paper both in French and in English. First and last names of all authors should appear as well as their affiliation. Besides, for the corresponding author a phone and fax number as well as an email and postal address should be provided (identified with an* after the corresponding author’s name). This page should also include an abstract in both French and English (maximum 1,200 characters), as well as 4 to 6 keywords in both French and English.
The second page should only mention the title of the paper, its abstract and keywords, so that the authors cannot be identified.
Tables, including their title and legend, should not be included in the text’s body but grouped at the end of the paper. Figures should be provided separately in JPEG or TIFF format (300 dpi). Accessibility standards should be respected so that the on-line article is accessible to visually impaired readers. Figures and tables should be numbered in Arabic numerals and mentioned in the text’s body with their number (Fig. 1, Tab. 1). The size of figures should not exceed 12 x 18 cm. A figure or table that has already been published elsewhere cannot be accepted without its author’s consent.
In the text’s body references should appear in parentheses (Author, year). The reference list is not numbered but sorted in alphabetical order and in chronological order for authors with multiple references. All references mentioned in the text’s body should appear in the reference list and vice versa. The style of the reference list should follow the Harvard system (see http://www.sussex.ac.uk/library/infosuss/referencing/h_intro.shtml).