Foreword
No journal may publish an article that does not comply with the editorial standards (NORCAMES). Typographical standards are set by each journal. The structure of an article must comply with the rules of scientific writing, depending on whether the article is a theoretical contribution or the result of field research. The structure of a scientific article in the humanities is as follows:
For a paper resulting from field research: Title, First and Last name of the author, Home institution, E-mail address, Abstract in French, Key words, Introduction, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Bibliographical references.
For a paper resulting from field research: Title, First and Last name of the author, Home institution, E-mail address, Abstract in French, Key words, Introduction, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Bibliographical references.
Format
The sections of an article, with the exception of the introduction, the conclusion and the bibliography, must be titled and numbered (e.g. 1.; 1.1.; 1.2; 2.; 2.2.; 2.2.1; 2.2.2.; 3.; etc.). Quoted passages are presented in roman and in inverted commas. When the quoting sentence and the quotation exceed three lines, the quotation should be presented (line spacing 1) in Book Antiqua and indented, reducing the font size by one point. Citation references are integrated into the citing text in the following ways, as APA.

Introduction the American Psychological Association (APA) – Introduction the American Psychological Association (APA)

Quotations of less than three (03) lines must be incorporated in the text, between inverted commas, and directly followed by the name of the author, the year of publication and the pagination of the quoted extract (preceded by p., or pp. if the extract covers more than one page). For example: In the case of adolescents, ‘some suicide attempts should be understood as an action highlighting a non-transmissible. « (Ghyssels & Goffinet, 2012, p.92). However, if the document is not paginated, the paragraph is indicated with the abbreviation.
If the author’s name is included in the sentence, it is followed by the year of publication in brackets, but the pagination is placed after the quotation, after the closing inverted comma. Example: Liguori (2017) recalls that the relationship of conflict ‘to drive duality, transference and the automatism of repetition is at the heart of Freudian dynamics’ (p. 207). Quotations longer than three lines are presented in a separate block of text, omitting the inverted commas. This block starts on a new line, indented about 1cm from the left and right margin.
How to present a quote in the paper ?
The process of underdevelopment resulting from this shock is experienced concretely by the populations concerned as a global crisis: socio-economic crisis (brutal exploitation, permanent unemployment, accelerated and painful exodus), but also socio-cultural and civilization crisis translating a socio-historical unpreparedness and a maladjustment of human cultures and behaviors to the forms of life imposed by the foreign technologies.
Dialité (1985, p.105)

Bibliographic references cited are those actually consulted in the body of the text – Bibliographic references cited are those actually consulted in the body of the text

Journal (online)

From one author

N’guessan, A. C. (2020). Quelques modalités d’attribution anthroponymiques Baoulé : l’exemple de l’Ahétou. Akofena, revue scientifique des Sciences du Langage, Lettres, Langues & Communication, L3DL-CI, Université Félix Houphouët-Boigny (Côte d’Ivoire), (2)1, 93-104 [Online], accessed on October 20, 2020, URL: https://revue-akofena.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/07-T03-39-pp.-93-104.pdf
N’guessan, A. C. (2020). Quelques modalités d’attribution anthroponymiques Baoulé : l’exemple de l’Ahétou. Akofena, revue scientifique des Sciences du Langage, Lettres, Langues & Communication, L3DL-CI, Université Félix Houphouët-Boigny (Côte d’Ivoire), (2)1, 03-16 [Online], available at URL: https://revue-akofena.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/01-T02-01-pp03-16.pdf

From two authors

Tape, J-M & Menlan, Y. 2020. Tropicalisation des terminologies linguistiques en campagne de sensibilisation : exemple de la Covid-19 en Côte d’Ivoire. Akofena, revue scientifique des Sciences du Langage, Lettres, Langues & Communication, L3DL-CI, Université Félix Houphouët-Boigny (Côte d’Ivoire), Spécial (3), 171-182 [Online], accessed on October 10, 2020, URL: https://revue-akofena.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/13-T03-40-Tape%CC%81-pp.-171-182.pdf

More than two authors

Oguntola, L. O. & al. (2020). E-learning en période de la Covid-19: les écoles nigérianes à la loupe. Akofena, revue scientifique des Sciences du Langage, Lettres, Langues & Communication, L3DL-CI, Université Félix Houphouët-Boigny (Côte d’Ivoire), Spécial (3), 31-52 [Online], accessed on October 10, 2020, URL: https://revue-akofena.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/03-T03-24-pp.-31-52.pdf

Journal (print)

From one to two authors

Claudine, M. (2006). Analyse de la violence verbale : quelques principes méthodologiques. Actes des XXVIes journées d’études sur la parole, 103- 114

More than two authors

Ajado, T. & al. (2008). E-Learning and Distance Education in Nigeria. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, (7), 4-7
Proceedings / Colloquium
Kossonou, K. T. & Assanvo, A. D. (2018). Étude des verbes complexes de l’agni. Actes du 1er colloque scientifique national du Laboratoire de Description, de Didactique et de Dynamique des Langues en Côte d’Ivoire (L3DL-CI) : « Le nom dans les langues naturelles », Université Félix Houphouët-Boigny, (Côte d’Ivoire), CRELIS : La Revue du Centre de Recherche et d’Études en Littérature et Sciences du Langage, Faculté des Langues, Littératures et Civlisations, Série spéciale, 123-136
Books or monographs
Chomsky, N. & Halle, M. (1973). Principe de phonologie générative, Ed. Seuil, Paris
Last updated on May 2, 2021