A Barriguda: Revista Científica

A Barriguda: Revista Científica

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"A Barriguda" is an Electronic Journal, recognized by CAPES with Qualis and indexed in databases, directories and portals open indexing. Today it is part of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Education and Law (CIPED). The idea of creating a scientific journal was born of the need to encou...

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ISSN: 2236-6695
Tipo de recurso: Revista
Web de la revista: http://www.abarriguda.org.br/revista/index.php/revistaabarrigudaarepb/index
Entidad editora: Centro Interdisciplinar de Pesquisa em Educação e Direito
País: Brasil
Idioma: Inglés
Italiano
Portugués
Español
Dirección del editor: Antonio Carlos Maranhão, 64. Santa Cruz. Campina Grande. Paraíba.
Correo electrónico: abarrigudaarepb@gmail.com
Periodicidad: Cuatrimestral
Derechos de uso: Reconocimiento - NoComercial (by-nc) http://www.abarriguda.org.br/revista/index.php/revistaabarrigudaarepb/about/editorialPolicies#openAccessPolicy
Materias:
Ciencias de la Salud --> Neurociencia
Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades --> Lingüística
Ciencias de la Salud --> Psicología Multidisciplinar
Descripción: "A Barriguda" is an Electronic Journal, recognized by CAPES with Qualis and indexed in databases, directories and portals open indexing. Today it is part of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Education and Law (CIPED). The idea of creating a scientific journal was born of the need to encourage and recover the higher education of apathy and inviolability of knowledge played away from the theoretical common sense from an interdisciplinary and innovative approach to promote the solution of real problems in society. Its contents are original articles, reviews of judgments, critical reviews, review articles, scientific notes, interviews and information on innovations in science. Its frequency is four months and adopts the continuous flow for submission of scientific papers. The name "A Barriguda" is a tribute to the very common tree in the Caatinga (brazilian regional biome), due to its high resistance to drought.