Author Guidelines

1. Manuscripts should be written in English. We recommend that author who are not native speakers of english seek the assistance of a native speaker to proofread their articles before submitting them to the committee.
2. Manuscripts submitted must be original scientific writings and do not contain elements of plagiarism.
3. Submitted manuscripts have not been published elsewhere. The manuscripts are also not under consideration in any publishers.
4. The length of the manuscripts including footnotes are around 8000-10.000 words.
5. Manuscripts are written in A4 paper, 12 point Times New Roman, 1 space and written in standard and correct grammatical language.
6. Main headings, sub-headings, and sub-sub-headings of the article should be numbered in the manuscript with the following example:
1. Main Heading
2. Main Heading
2.1. Sub-hedaing
2.1.1. Sub-sub-heading
7. The following is the structure of the journal:
I. Title
Title of manuscripts should be specific and concise in no more than 10 words or 90 hits on the key pad which describes the content of the article comprehensively.
It is typed by using Times New Roman 16, alignment: center text, upper case.
II. Identity
The identity covers the author’s name, affiliation and institutional address, and the e-mail address.
III. Abstract
The abstract should be written vividly, full and complete which describes the essence of the content of the whole writing in one paragraph.
Font: Times New Roman, font size: 12, alignment: justify. Space: 1.5, Margin: Normal.
Total words: No more than 350 words.
IV. Keywords
Preceded by the word “Keyword” in bold and italic style (Keywords).
Font: Times New Roman, font size: 12, font style: italic, alignment: justify, lower case.
Selected keywords have to denote the concept of the article in 3-5 terms (horos).
V. Body
The body of the manuscript should cover introduction, method, analysis and discussion, and conclusion.
Introduction: It presents a clear information concerning the issue that will be discussed in the manuscript. The background of the article is presented in this section. The end of the introduction should be finished by stating the signification and the objective/aim of the article.
Method: It is an optional section for articles which are based research.
Analysis and discussion: Analysis and discussion are presented continuously. It provides the elaboration of the result of your article.
Conclusion: This section is the most important section of your article. It contains the overall explanation of your article. It should be clear and concise.
Reference: Our reference uses The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS).