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Convergencia vol.14 no.43 Toluca ene./abr. 2007




It is a great honor for the Faculty of Political Sciences and Public Administration of the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico to be part of the consolidation of Convergencia. Revista de Ciencias Sociales. as an essential part of the production and generation that currently is being made in the subject of the Social Sciences in Latin America and Spain; what is more, we have gained acceptance in Canada and the United States.

Said consolidation is more clearly shown through the acceptance of the Journal into two of the most important indexes in the world as the Citation Index (SSCI) from ISI-Thompson and the Hispanic American Periodical Index (HAPI) are.

ISI-Thomson holds 7,500 journals, of which 61 are Mexican and from these, only 11 come from higher education institutions, Convergencia is part of this group.

About 14 years ago it started as a project whose objective was to publish the commencing production of the Faculty in the field of the Social Sciences: In the present, Convergencia is one of the most important journals of our University; which has indeed influenced in its internationalization.

Now, it is possible to forecast that Convergencia. Revista de Ciencias Sociales will become the best witness of the scientific advancements in our countries in the next decade and will be an obliged referent.


Laura Leticia Heras Gómez, Doctor in Social Sciences
Principal of the Faculty of Political Sciences
and Public Administration

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