About the Journal


Uningá Review was created in 2010, the journal is managed by the Open Journal Systems (OJS/PKP) platform. It presents stratification B3 by the Qualis Periodicals/CAPES (2017-2020). 

e-ISSN: 2178-2571

DOI Prefix: 10.46311

The journal has the following indexations:

  1. European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH PLUS)
  2. Research Bible
  3. UGC
  4. Google Scholar
  5. Internet Archive Scholar
  6. Sumários de Revistas Brasileiras (Sumários.org)
  7. EBSCO host – Fonte Acadêmica
  8. Revistas de Acesso Livre (LivRe)
  9. Asian Science Citation Index (ASCI Database) 
  10. CAB Abstracts
  11. Scilit
  12. Wikidata
  13. Directorio Latindex
  14. Diadorim
  15. Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
  16. Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources (ROAD)
  17. Directory of Academic and Scientific Journals (EuroPub)
  18. Diretório das revistas científicas eletrônicas brasileiras (Miguilim)
  19. Open Science Directory
  20. Journals Insights
  21. Sherpa Romeo
  22. Zeitschriftendatenbank (ZDB)
  23. Electronic Journals Library (EZB)
  24. Système Universitaire de Documentation (SUDOC)
  25. Fatcat!
  26. Catálogo 2.0 Latindex
  27. OpenAlex
  28. Information Matrix for the Analysis of Journals (MIAR)
  29. Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) 
  30. Türk Eğitim Indeksi (Tei) 
  31. AURA
  32. Portal de Periódicos da Capes
  33. Brazilian Open Access Publications and Scientific Data Portal (Oasisbr)

As of the year 2020, continuous publication was adopted, this means that the Open Journal Systems (OJS) accepts submissions at any time of the year, thus contributing to the fluidity of the evaluation and publication process. Since 2021, English has been included in addition to the existing Portuguese, making the journal bilingual. Publishing in another language contributes to the dissemination of studies in order to reach a greater number of researchers and readers.

Papers submitted in Portuguese, after approval, must be translated into English, with certification of translation issued by a professional in the area, along with the correction/revision of the abstract. The team member responsible for copy editing will check the translation of the paper, and if it is not in line with the journal's standards, be aware that the study will be returned for reformulation.

Papers submitted in English, on the other hand, after approval, must be reviewed with a review certification issued by a professional in the field. The team member responsible for copy editing will consider the revision of the paper, and if it is not in line with the journal's standards, be aware that the study will be returned for reformulation. In addition, a copy of the Portuguese version is required by the journal.

The journal follows the privacy policy from the moment of the submission until the publication of the papers. The submissions must be made only with original texts that are not simultaneously submitted to other periodicals or that infringe the rights of third parties. The content of the text is the sole responsibility of its authors. Once the text is submitted, the author agrees with all the journal policies and guidelines.


The Uningá Review is dedicated to the multidisciplinary publication of original articles, case reports and literature reviews. Its mission is to disseminate and develop science in the following fields of knowledge:

Environment and Agricultural Sciences

Biodiversity, Agronomy, Forestry Resources and Forest Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Animal Science, Fishery Resources and Fisheries Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, Food Science and Technology.

Exact and Earth Sciences, and Engineerings

Civil Engineering, Sanitary Engineering, Transport Engineering, Mining Engineering, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering, Marine and Ocean Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Mathematics, Engineering and Statistics, Computer Science, Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Geosciences.

Human and Social Sciences

Law, Administration, Tourism, Economics, Architecture and Urbanism, Industrial Design, Urban and Regional Planning, Demography, Information Sciences, Museology, Communication, Social Work, Philosophy, Theology, Sociology, Anthropology, Archeology, History, Geography, Psychology, Education, Political Sciences.

Submissions in the areas of Health and Biological Sciences I, II and III must be sent to Revista Uningá.


The papers must be submitted through the Open Journal Systems platform – available on the Uningá Review website, upon registration of the author.

Once registered, the author(s) can access and submit the text to the Editorial Board for publication. Only one paper at a time must be submitted for publication. The editorial process can be followed by accessing the system, but only by the corresponding author. The entire editorial process is confidential.

The paper submitted in the journal must:

  • Be original and unpublished.
  • Be written in Portuguese, containing at least eight pages.
  • Have two titles (in Portuguese and in English).
  • Have two abstracts (in Portuguese and in English). These abstracts must have 150 up to 250 words. After the abstracts, add the keywords in Portuguese and in English (3 minimum and 5 maximum).
  • Be in A4 format edited in .doc or .docx (Word); 1.0 spacing between the lines; 3 centimeter for the margins (top, bottom, right and left); font Arial 12; do not include notes in the text.
  • Indicate if the search was financed by any institution.
  • Follow the APA (American Psychological Association) standards for citations and references.
  • Inform the title of the work; the name(s) of the author(s) and their(s) respective institution(s); e-mails and which one is the corresponding author. All the data about the professor advisor should also be included. 
  • Follow international checklists for producing manuscripts, such as: CARE (for case reports); COREQ (for qualitative studies); PRISMA (for systematic reviews and meta-analyses).

Access to have the Uningá Review's standards

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A statement must be attached signed by the corresponding author on behalf of all co-authors at the submission, in an area designated in the system “Copyright/Conflict Interest Statement”.

The statement must:

  • Confirm that the manuscript original (unpublished) without fraud and/or plagiarism derivations. If the manuscript is derived from a thesis or dissertation, it must be informed.
  • Certify that the manuscript has not been submitted for publication in any other print or electronic media (except those published as preprints).
  • Attest that the content of the manuscript is the sole responsibility of all the nominated authors, who assume that they have significantly contributed to the research and intending to provide retractions or corrections if necessary.
  • Verify cases of conflict of interest. Whether it occurs or not, they must manifest themselves, because it will be analyzed later on by the Editorial Board.


The journal embraces the Open Access Policy, in other words, all content is available immediately and free of charge. Besides, users can download, read and distribute the collection freely, the authorization of the authors of the manuscript is not necessary, because this kind of access is in accordance with the users’ rights established in the open access.  

The licensing rights used by the periodical is the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (CC BY 4.0). The authors retain the copyright and full publishing rights without restrictions. It means that the credit is given to the author, however, sharing (copying and distributing the material in any media or format) and adapting, remixing, transforming and creating material from the content are allowed, licensed for any purpose including commercial.


The manuscripts submitted to Uningá Review adopt the full implementation of the Open Access proposal, whose amount charged is only for the inclusion of DOI, XML, and diagramming the paper, in order to highlight the non-profit nature of the journal.

The Article Processing Charge (APC) is R$300,00 (BRL) per accepted paper (2024). The payment must be made by bank transfer (and the information will be sent by email at the time of approval of the study).  

It is noteworthy that the amount is only charged after the approval for publication. With regard to the submission of the manuscript, no cost is required when performing it, in other words, nothing will be charged for the submission of the paper.   


When received, the manuscript goes to the first evaluation phase called “Desk Review”. In this stage, are observed: framing the scope and merit of the manuscript for publication, if the study fits to the editorial standards of the journal and has no similarity with other studies. In order to avoid plagiarism, the journal makes use of the plagiarism detection software iThenticate, by Turnitin. Those papers that do not comply with the criteria will be rejected without peer review.

Manuscripts approved in the first phase are double-anonymous evaluated by two PhDs reviewers in the field of the submitted research. Those professionals can be from national and/or international institutions with proven scientific production.

After due corrections and adjustments to the suggestions, the manuscript will be accepted for publication if it has two favorable opinions and will be rejected when two opinions are unfavorable. In the case of a favorable and an unfavorable opinion, the decision on the publication (or not) of the article will be taken by the Editorial Board.

The publication process lasts on average 180 days. 


The journal is committed at all stages of the editorial process to ensure the integrity of the research, and suspected cases of misconduct will be investigated. If necessary, retractions, clarifications or corrections will be published.

In the face of any observation of misconduct, the manuscript's editorial process will be interrupted and everyone involved will be informed. If there is no misconduct, the editorial process is resumed. Otherwise, the Journal can operate, for authors: archiving the manuscript; not accepting new submissions by the involved authors; for the reviewers: removing from the Journal's editorial board; for the editor: dismissing his/hers obligations.


Uningá Review follows the principles and standards recommended by the COPE (Committee on Public Ethics) for integrity in scientific publications, in accordance with https://publicationethics.org/files/Code_of_conduct_for_journal_editors_Mar11.pdf.

The submitted manuscript that involves human beings, directly or indirectly, must be approved by the Research Ethics Service (RES), as defined in Resolution 466/2012. Manuscripts whose project uses secondary data, sociological, anthropological, epidemiological research, as well as those involving only medical records review, are included.

The submitted manuscript involving the handling of animals must be approved by the Animal Ethics Committees (AEC).

It is mandatory the attachment of the supporting document when submitting in the designated area “Ethical Aspects”.


In accordance with COPE, the periodical adopted a tool anti-plagiarism powered by iThenticate, which was found to be one of the most complete and respected programs. The software helps to detect exact reproduction of writing found in already published papers, in order to avoid publishing manuscripts containing similarity.

When the journal receives a submission, during the Desk Review process, the editorial staff makes use of the software. It gives a percentual number, that can vary between 0% and 100%. Depending on the score, the Editorial Board can decline the article with no further consideration.


Although the classification of "crime" is absent when it comes to self-plagiarism, it is still considered "misconduct", "unethical", "bad practice". The journal considers any practice of self-plagiarism to be unacceptable. Auto-plagiarism is characterized by publishing one's own research twice (duplicate publication, in other words, publishing a second study without mentioning or referencing the previous one), fractioning the dissemination of the work's data, known as "salami slicing" or using excerpts from previously published studies and disseminating them as if they were new.


Authors can contribute to the dissemination of their article and ensure that it has greater visibility and citations.

Uningá Review uses social media to promote articles. For this, after approval of the manuscript, authors are invited to share their account names in different media, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. 

Upon publication of the article, the disclosure is carried out in the media of Editora Uningá (Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn).


At Uningá Review, DEIA (diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility) is supported in research. We emphasize that the submission of manuscripts on the subject is welcome, as well as multiplicity among the authors of the study, namely: socioeconomic, geographic, gender.


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