Frontières

Description: 

Frontières is a research and knowledge mobilization journal based in Quebec that focuses on death studies. Published since 1988 its main areas of studies are social and health sciences. Its main objective is to contribute to a better understanding of the phenomenons of the borders between life and death in a multidisciplinary perspective highlighting the dialectic and epistemological links between theory and practice. It is aimed towards researchers, practitioners, teachers and students who are preoccupied by death in various fields. Frontières publishes articles evaluated by an external committee in the French language.

The main purpose of the magazine is to offer a better knowledge of the phenomena connected with the bounds  which life and death maintain.

In order to do so, Frontières publishes disciplinary and interdisciplinary analysis, gathered around relevant themes, related to the status of death in our culture.

Language: 
French
Language (Other): 
None
Issues Per Year: 
2
First year of publication: 
1988
Format: 
Online
Electronic subscription cost: 
Our issues are in open access 12 months after their publication.
Open Access: 
No
Back issues online?: 
Yes
Earliest Back Issues Online: 
1999
Publisher(s): 
Université du Québec à Montréal
ISSN (Online): 
1916-0976
Contact Person: 

Managing editor(s)
Mouloud Boukala (Codirecteur)
Diane Laflamme (Codirectrice)
frontieres@uqam.ca
(514) 987-3000 ext. 8537

Mailing Address: 

Revue Frontières
Université du Québec à Montréal
Case postale 8888, succ. Centre-ville
Montréal, QC, Canada
H3C 3P8

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