PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
ABSTRACT & PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Authors are invited to register and submit their abstracts and papers electronically to:
Abstract Guidelines For Authors
- Abstracts (and the keywords) should be written in English.
- Abstracts Critical Requirements:
- Title: The abstract title should be 12 point Times New Roman, all capitals, centered and bold.
- Author name: Full name of the authors(s), Institution/Affiliation and Email Address.
- Body: The abstract itself should be in 12
point, not bold, single spaced, Times New Roman, and 150-300 words long. The abstract should be fully justified.
- Keywords: Keywords (5-10) should be in Times New Roman, 10
FULL PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
- Margins: Margins all 2.5 cm (1”)
- Font Size and Type: 12-pt. Times New Roman
- Line Spacing: Single-space throughout the paper, including the body of the document, references, appendixes, footnotes, tables, and figures.
- Spacing after Punctuation: Space once after commas, colons, and semicolons within sentences. Insert two spaces after punctuation marks that end sentences.
- Alignment: Flush left (creating uneven right margin)
- Paragraph Indentation: flush 0.5` right
- Pagination: The page number appears on the top from the right edge of every paper.
- Passive voice: As a general rule, use the passive voice rather than the active voice. For example, use "It was predicted that ..." rather than "We predicted that ..."
- Order of Pages: Title Page, Abstract, Body, References, Footnotes, Tables, Figures,Appendixes.
- Bibliography: according to the APA (American Psychological Association) Referencing System.
- Format: Full papers should be submitted in Microsoft Word format
- Deadline: For abstract / paper deadline extension please send your requests to [email protected]
Publication: All accepted articles will be published electronically in a Proceedings Book with
Full Paper Critical Requırements:
In order to facilitate and accelerate the process of
- The scope of the paper is clearly stated in the abstract
- The introduction provides relevant background information
- The Introduction indicates the scope and direction of the paper
- The Introduction provides a context for the main issue
- The Introduction indicates the focus of the paper
- The objectives are mentioned clearly along with significance of the study for the relevant audiences
- The review of the existing literature covers all relevant aspects of the study
- The context of the topic or problem is established clearly in the literature review or historical background
- The methodology is clear and supported by literature
- The method used is appropriate to the objective of the study
- The methodology is reliable for the interpretation of findings
- The paper clearly mentions why this methodology was chosen
- The data are collected with the proper instrument
- The findings are interpreted in the light of the literature, and terms are clear for the general audience and reader
- The language of the paper is simple, cohesive and free form jargons
- The literature is based on various studies
- The literature is integrated within the body of the paper
- All headings and subheadings are numbered
- The tables and figures are properly made