It was decided to publish the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies (IJILS) in order to encourage interdisciplinary "language research".
IJILS aims to publish articles in linguistics, grammar and in philosophy, sociology, psychology, anthropology, logic, communication, law, education, theology, mathematics, statistics and other fields, provided that they are related to language.
IJILS will be published as an e-journal at http://www.dadaakademi.com/, twice a year, in "June" and "December".
The journal aims to provide a national and international academic platform to meet the professional interests of researchers in different disciplines in the field of social sciences.
The target audience of the journal is academicians, researchers and related professional and academic institutions and organizations.
IJILS is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles, reviews and translations that cover original research contributing to the field of social sciences.
Articles in IJILS can be published in Turkish, English, German, French, Arabic, Russian and contemporary Turkish dialects.
In each issue of the journal, besides original articles, introductions and critiques of outstanding books and theses will be published.
IJILS will be able to publish the issues it deems necessary as a "special issue".
There will be two editors in each issue of the journal, one of whom will be a guest editor.
IJILS implements at least two peer-reviewed evaluation processes. The corrections requested by the reviewers and the editor in the submitted articles should be made within 20 days and the latest version of the article should be uploaded to the journal system.
If the content and format of the articles submitted to the journal are not considered appropriate, the journal may be rejected by the editorial board.
The technical dimensions of the articles to be published in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies are as follows. Care should be taken to prepare the articles according to these dimensions.
The article should include Turkish and English titles, Turkish and English abstracts, maximum 150 words, and keywords, at least 5 words, and this order should be followed in the article.
A comprehensive English abstract of at least 700 words should be added at the end of the article. This summary should be of a nature that gives information about the entire article.
• The abstract should be 8pt. and the final summary should be 10 pt. The manuscript should be written in 11 font size, 1 line spacing and Times New Roman character. If a different font is used due to the nature of the article, this font should be sent separately.
• The text must be uploaded to the system as an MS WORD file (latest version).
• APA (in-text citation) system should be used in the article and the footnote system should be used only where explanation is required.
• Footnotes should be 10 font size, 1.0 line spacing and 0 nk paragraph spacing.
• The page and paragraph sizes of the articles are as follows; top 3 cm, bottom 2,5 cm, right 2,5 cm, left 2,5 cm; paragraph spacing is 6 nk, paragraph indent is 3 cm.
• If direct quotations in the article are more than 40 words, they should be written in 10 font and 1.5 cm from left and right according to normal text.
• Writing references in the article should be as follows:
In reference list: Gülsevin, Gürer (2002 ) Uşak İli Ağızları, Ankara: Türk Dil Kurumu Yayınları.
In text: (Gülsevin, 2002: 23)
In reference list: Boz, Erdoğan (2020) “Dil Felsefecilerine Göre Özel Adların Anlamsal Görünümü” Türk Dili Dil ve Edebiyat Dergisi, S. 821, s.36-46.
In text: (Boz, 2020: 36-46)
In reference list: Akın, Cüneyt (2010) Hüseyin Karasayev'in 'Kamus Naama' Adlı Eseri ve Çağdaş Kırgız Türkçesindeki Alıntı Kelimelerde Görülen Ses Değişmeleri, Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, İzmir, Ege Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Türk Dili ve Lehçeleri Anabilim Dalı.
In text: (Akın, 2010: 38)
The number and name (description) should be given for the tables, maps, diagrams and visuals in the article and should be written in 10 pt, centered on the top. In the table, it should be 9 font size, 1.0 line spacing and 0 nk paragraph spacing. Quotations must be indicated. For example:
Map 4. Ön seste /h/ Ünsüzünün Türemesi (Boz, 2017: 89)
Figure 2. Kiplik
Table 4. Görünüş Biçimbirimleri
TDK Spelling Guide should be used for abbreviations in articles.
Manuscripts submitted without complying with the writing principles will not be evaluated in any way.
For translations to be published in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies, a permission certificate from the authors and the original translation text must also be sent.
International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies has the right to publish or not publish the submitted articles. Authority in this regard is under the direction of the journal. In addition, corrections can be made on the articles when necessary.
Articles published in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies cannot be reproduced by any means and cannot be republished elsewhere without the permission of the management.
All processes of the articles sent to the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies are through the Article Tracking System. For this, the authors must be a member of the system.
Each article published in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies is given a DOI number.
In order for the articles sent to the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies to be published, the authors must submit their ORCID numbers. In addition, the author's academic title, institution and e-mail address must be reported after the reviewing process.
Articles are supposed to contribute to the field and be original.
If the articles are multi-authored, authors’ names must be ordered according to their level of contribution.
Authors are responsible for any kind of plagiarism in their articles.
Articles must not be sent to another journal.
Authors are considered to have accepted the publication and writing rules of this journal in advance.
Authors are responsible for attributions and references.
Reviewers must be objective when determining the scientific level of the articles to be published in the journal.
Reviewers must evaluate the articles relevant to their field of profession, accept the rules for blind review and must not let out any information related to articles.
Reviewers must be objective even if the articles are against their scientific opinions.
Reviewers must not use insulting and derogatory language in their reports.
Reviewers must not use too general and ambiguous expressions in their reports.
Reviewers must follow the rules about timing, otherwise they must contact the editors.
Editors must accept the articles in accordance with the publication policy of the journal and start the reviewing process.
Editors must be objective in the reviewing process.
Editors have the responsibility and authority in the publication of the articles.
Editors must follow the privacy principles in correspondence with both the authors and the reviewers.
Editors are responsible for scanning the articles for plagiarism using a software.
Editors are responsible for starting the necessary procedures for the articles sent to the journal as soon as possible and monitor the process.
In the committees, editors must not include the names of any individuals who do not have any contribution to the publication of the journal.
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies aims to contribute to the knowledge in the field of social sciences by publishing internationally scientific studies.
International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies, is an international peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (June and December).
Articles in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies can be published in Turkish, English, German, French, Arabic, Russian and contemporary Turkish dialects.
Articles to be published in the journal should primarily be original and academic studies prepared using research methods suitable for their fields. Studies submitted to the journal should not have been published elsewhere or sent for publication.
The ethical, legal and scientific responsibilities of the articles sent to and published in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies belong to the author (s). This situation does not impose responsibility on the journal management in any way.
The "number and date" of the relevant documents of the articles sent to the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies and requiring ethics committee approval should be indicated in the footnote.
Evaluation of Publications
Articles submitted to be published in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies are taken into the review process after being checked by the editor. Manuscripts that fail the editorial control are not sent to the reviewer and the process is terminated. The articles are not returned to the author, but the author is informed about the result.
Submitted articles are primarily examined in terms of form. Manuscripts that are found not to comply with the principles of publication and writing are returned to the author for necessary corrections without being subjected to content review.
Unpublished manuscripts are kept in the archives of the journal.
The articles taken into the review process in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies are sent to two reviewers who are experts in the subject after their preliminary examination, and the articles that receive positive reports from both reviewers are placed in the order of publication. When positive and negative reviewer reports are available for the same article, the article is either rejected by the editor or supported by a reviewer report and accepted or rejected. Review reports are kept for five years.
Since the articles uploaded to the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies through the system are directed to the reviewer without any intervention, there should not be any information that would reveal the identity of the author (s) either in the article or in the file name.
The names of the reviewers are included in the relevant issue of the journal.
Author (s) who send articles to the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies are deemed to have accepted the above-mentioned principles.
Articles published in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies are not subject to copyright, no payments are made to the authors.
All publication rights of the articles accepted for publication belong to the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies.
The decision-making authority on matters not mentioned here belongs to the editors.
The International Journal of ILS (Interdisciplinary Language Studies) is an Open Access Journal in accordance with the Berlin Declaration. All articles can be downloaded free of charge for personal, educational and scientific purposes.
No fee is charged from the authors for article acceptance and publication.