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TITLE OF ARTICLE IN ORIGINAL LANGUAGE (PORTUGUESE, ENGLISH, SPANISH OR FRENCH; 12PT TIMES NEW ROMAN, CENTERED)

TÍTULO DO ARTIGO NA LÍNGUA ORIGINAL (PORTUGUÊS, INGLÊS, ESPANHOL OU FRANCÊS; TIMES NEW ROMAN 12, CENTRALIZADO)

TÍTULO DEL ARTÍCULO EN EL TERCER IDIOMA (PORTUGUÉS, INGLÉS O ESPAÑOL; TIMES NEW ROMAN 12, CENTRALIZADO)

Abstract: Present readers with goals, methodology, results and conclusions of the article so that they do not need to consult the original. It shall consist of a sequence of concise and objective sentences, not exceeding 150 words. 12pt Times New Roman, single spaced, justified.

Keywords: Use the Descriptors in Health Sciences (DeCS). Available at: http://decs.bvs.br/; Word 1.Word 2.Word 3.Word 4.

Resumo:Apresentar ao leitor os objetivos, metodologia, resultados e conclusões do artigo, de tal forma que possa dispensar a consulta ao original. Deve ser constituído de uma sequência de frases concisas e objetivas, não ultrapassando 150 palavras. Times New Roman 12, espaço simples, justificado.

Palavras-chave:utilizar os Descritores em Ciências da Saúde (DeCS). Disponível em: http://decs.bvs.br/; Palavra 1. Palavra 2. Palavra 3. Palavra 4.

Resumen: Apresentar ao leitor os objetivos, metodologia, resultados e conclusões do artigo, de tal forma que possa dispensar a consulta ao original. Deve ser constituído de uma sequência de frases concisas e objetivas, não ultrapassando 150 palavras. Times New Roman 12, espaço simples, justificado.

Palabras clave: utilizar os Descritores em Ciências da Saúde (DeCS). Disponível em: http://decs.bvs.br/; Palavra 1. Palavra 2. Palavra 3. Palavra 4.

 

1 INTRODUCTION

The paper should be written in 12pt Times New Roman, 1.5 spacing,and justified. There should be a one-line space between title and first paragraph. The first paragraph of each item must be indented by 1.25, according to this model. Original articles and essays should not exceed 6,000 words, including abstracts and references. Reviews should not exceed 2,500 words. Movimento adopts the following standards, provided by the Brazilian Association of Technical Standards (ABNT):

a) For journal articles, NBR 6022/03;

b) For abstracts, NBR 6028/03;

c) For references, NBR 6023/02;

d)For quotations, NBR 10520/02;

e) Sequential numbers, NBR 6024/12.

Rules should be consulted if the casein pointis not found in this model.

Use full namesfor all organizations and entities usually known by their acronyms in the first instance and use only the acronym in subsequent cases, e. g.Brazil’s National Research Council (CNPq). Numbers from one to ten should be spelled out. Foreign terms and titles of works (e. g. books, journals, movies, programs) must be in italic.

Content-relatedfootnotes must be placed at the bottom in10pt Times New Roman, 1.0 line space, justified, according to example1. Bibliographic footnotes will not be accepted; they should be included in the final list of references. The terms id, idem//ditto, ibid, ibidem, cf., will not be accepted either.

2 EXAMPLES OF QUOTATIONS

Each quotation should correspond to a complete reference in the list at the end of the text. Before submitting the article, please check if all quotations are included in the reference list. Direct quotations should be made in the language of the article. For quotations of books in other languages, the author must translate them and indicate it in the reference (our translation).

a) Indirect quotation in the text – author or entity: (LAST NAME, year) or (FULL NAME OF ENTITY, year);

b) Indirect quotation in the text – authors and different works: (LAST NAME, year; LAST NAME, year);

c) Indirect quotation in the text – twoauthors of one work: (LAST NAME; LAST NAME, year);

d) Direct quotation shorter than three lines: “This article will be submitted to the journalMovimento, a scientific publication of the School of Physical Education of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul.”(LAST NAME, year, p. 00).

e) Direct quotationsshorter than three lines with emphasis added: “This Article will be submitted to the journal Movimento, a scientific publication of the School of Physical Education of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul.”(LAST NAME, year, p. 00, emphasis added).

f) To omit part of a direct quotation: “[...] submitted to the journal Movimento, a scientific publication of the School of Physical Education of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, whose main purpose is [...] and spreadingresearchers’ academic production.”(LAST NAME, year, p. 00).

g) Long direct quotations (longer than three lines) should be detached from text:

Use 11pt Times New Roman, single-spaced, with justified paragraph, indented 4 cm left. A direct quotation is the exact copy of a text. If the original document contains some sort of emphasis, such as a word in bold, italic or underlined, its quotation should repeat that and include“emphasis in the original”. (LAST NAME, year, p. 00).

3 ILLUSTRATIONS

The difference between Boxes and Tableslies is the fact that the latterincludes primarily numerical data, while the former covers other information. Both should be numbered sequentially with Arabic numerals at the top, preceded by the word that defines it (Box, Table, Figure, etc.).

Titles should be presented in full, at the top of the table/box/figure, to indicate the nature and scope of the item’s content. The source should be placed immediately below the table/box/figure to indicate the source of the data and/or information in the table, preceded by the word Source.

3.1 EXAMPLE OF BOX

Table 1– Data on circulation (10pt Times New Roman, single-spaced).

Name

Data 1

Data 2

Data 3

10pt Times New Roman


































Source: Circulation Institute – www.inc.org.br (8pt Times New Roman, single-spaced).

3.2 EXAMPLE OF TABLE

A Table is a “[...] non-discursive form of presenting information wherenumerical datastand out as central information” (ASSOCIAÇÃO..., 2011, p. 4). Tables should be placed as close as possible to the section they refer to and standardized according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). They should be limited to the minimum necessary and the source should be provided.

In the final edition of the paper, reviewers maysuggest changes regarding the amount and size of tables in order to keep the journal’s standards.

Table 1– Title of table Data on circulation (10 pt Times New Roman, single-spaced).

Name

Data 1

Data 2

Data 3

Category1

01.1

01.2

01.3

Category2

02.1

02.2

02.3

Category3

03.1

03.2

03.3

Total

6.3

6.6

6.9

Source: Research data (8pt Times New Roman, single-spaced).

3.3 EXAMPLE OF FIGURE

Figures (images, graphs, charts or other illustrations) should use the same specifications for position, font size, title and origin of information (data source). Figures’ resolution should be 200-300 dpi.

3.4 SUPPLEMENTARY DOCUMENTS

Besides being placed in the text, tables/boxes/figures should be submitted as supplementary documents through the journal’s submission system in JPG format, with 200-300 dpi resolution. The same applies to audio files or moving images.

REFERENCES

The final list should be in alphabetical order and contain documents cited in the text according to NBR 6023.

References should be in 12pt Times New Roman, single-spaced,with a 1.0 space between references, left-aligned, observing specific bold form for examples listed in the instructions for authors.

Online documents must includeactive linksand access dates.

Authors’ first names as well asnames of journals and entities should be written in full.

Check carefully if all works cited in the text are fully listed in the References.



Examples:

ADELMAN, Miriam. Mulheres no esporte: corporalidades e subjetividades. Movimento, Porto Alegre, v. 12, no. 1, p.11-29, Jan./Apr. 2006.

ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE NORMAS TÉCNICAS. NBR 14724: Informação e documentação: trabalhos acadêmicos: apresentação. Rio de Janeiro, 2011.

BRASIL. Decreto n.º 60.450, de 14 de abril de 1972. Regula a prática de educação física em escolas de 1º grau. Diário Oficial da República Federativa do Brasil, Brasília, DF, v. 126, no. 66, p. 6056, 13 Apr. 1972. Section1, pt. 1.

CRUZ, Isabel et al. (Ed.). Deusas e guerreiras dos jogos olímpicos. 4. ed. São Paulo: Porto, 2006.  (Coleção Fio de Ariana).

GOELLNER, Silvana. Mulher e Esporte no Brasil: fragmentos de uma história generificada. In: SIMÕES, Antonio Carlos; KNIJIK, Jorge Dorfman. O mundo psicossocial da mulher no esporte: comportamento, gênero, desempenho. São Paulo: Aleph, 2004. p. 359-374. 

HERNANDES, Elizabeth Sousa Cagliari. Efeitos de um programa de atividades físicas e educacionais para idosos sobre o desempenho em testes de atividades da vida diária. Revista Brasileira de Ciência e Movimento, Brasília, v. 2, no. 12, p. 43-50, June 5, 2004. Available at: . Accessed on: June 5, 2004.

MARINHO, Inezil Pena. Introdução ao estudo de filosofia da educação física e dos desportos. Brasília: Horizonte, 1984.

REZER, Ricardo; CARMENI, Bruno; DORNELLES, Pedro Otaviano. O fenômeno esportivo: ensaios crítico-reflexivos. 4. ed. São Paulo: Argos, 2005.

SANTOS, Fernando Bruno. Jogos intermunicipais do Rio Grande do Sul: uma análise do processo de mudanças ocorridas no período de 1999 a 2002. In: CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO DE CIÊNCIAS DO ESPORTE, 14, 2005, Porto Alegre. Anais...Porto Alegre: MFPA, 2005. v. 1, p. 236 - 240.

SANTOS, Fernando Bruno. Jogos intermunicipais do Rio Grande do Sul: uma análise do processo de mudanças ocorridas no período de 1999 a 2002. 2005. 400 p. Master’sDissertation– Curso de Educação Física, Departamento de Educação Física, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, 2005.

1A footnote is a short text including comments about an excerpt contained in thearticle.


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