Writing Extended Abstract

EXTENDED ABSTRACT


The editorial board of our journal has decided to publish all articles with an Extended Abstract in English since 2019.

Extended Abstract is not during the first submission of articles to our journal; If the article is accepted for publication, it will be requested from the authors at the typesetting stage (Authors who wish to add it to the end of the article at the first stage).

The Extended Summary will be beneficial for researchers and readers who browse globally relevant databases. However, the Extended Abstract, in which the problem, purpose, method and results of the study will be discussed in more detail than the traditional summary, will also open the way for the articles to be cited internationally, since it will be in English.

The extended abstract should preferably be 500-750 words long; It should clearly state the purpose, problem, method, findings and results of the study under subheadings. The subtitles in the extended summary may vary depending on the type of study.

The table below shows Subheadings Available for Extended Summary. You can use one of the examples below to summarize the work clearly and understandably.

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Example 1:

Introduction and Research Questions & Purpose:

In the introduction and purpose part of the research, information should be given in a clear way that will enable the reader to form a clear idea about which question or questions the study seeks to answer, which research question or questions it is based on, and why this study is necessary.

Literature Review:


Briefly state the method of the literature review (which databases were used, what kind of sources were accessed, etc.), its purpose, and the general tendency of the sources reached (what are the points where previous studies on this subject intersect or diverge, etc.).

Especially the studies that are directly related to the subject and purpose of the study should be summarized and it should be clearly explained why the study is important / meaningful in this sense, which gap it will fill, and what additional contribution it can provide.

Methodology:

In this section,

· Type of study (applied, conceptual, theoretical, review);

· If it is an applied research, the design of the study (exploratory, descriptive, causal);

· The problem (s) of the study (in accordance with those stated in the purpose part);

· Model and / or hypothesis (s), if any;

· Main mass, sampling method, sampling process;

· Data collection technique should be clearly stated;

· Which quantitative / qualitative analysis are used should be stated briefly.

Results and Conclusions: Write the main findings, main conclusions, conclusions and / or suggestions regarding the research objectives / questions.


Example 2:


Background:

Research Purpose:

Methodology:

Findings:

Conclusions: 


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