Author Guidelines

Article preparation

Title Page / This page contains the title of the article, author information and referee suggestions.

The Spelling Template / Article form should be as attached.
Please read the spelling rules and publishing principles before submitting your article.
Since the blind referee application is used, only the author information and notes about the article (thanks, project support information, etc.) should be included on the first page of the article file; article text should start from the second page of the file.
The study should comply with grammar rules. In the article, the latest TDK Spelling Guide should be taken as basis in the use of punctuation marks, and the wording and abbreviations should be followed, a clear and simple way of expression should be followed, and unnecessary information that goes beyond the scope and purpose should not be included. In the preparation of the article, the valid scientific methods should be followed, the subject of the study, its purpose, scope, the reason for the preparation, etc. the information should be provided in sufficient order and in a certain order.
Title: The title of each article should be written in Turkish and English. It should be short, clear and adequately reflective of the content of the article, should be written in capital letters and bold, and should not exceed fifteen words.
Abstract and Keywords: Turkish abstract should reflect the purpose, scope and results of the study. The abstract should be at least one hundred and at most two hundred words long. Turkish keywords should be written in a line under the abstract with a minimum of three words and a maximum of six words. In addition, the abstract, title and keywords must be in English. Articles written in a foreign language should include titles, abstracts and keywords in Turkish, English and the written language. Care should be taken to avoid language mistakes in abstracts in a foreign language. TAB gap should not be used in Summary and Abstract sections.
Main Text: It is preferred to write the articles not exceeding thirty-five pages using MS Office Word software program (.doc or .docx extension).
Page Setup:   A4, Times New Roman, 12 font size    
                           Margins 1.5 cm from right, left, top and bottom
                        Line spacing
                        Page number should be given at the bottom of the page, centered
Except for the summary section, TAB space should be given in each carriage return
Main headings: While the Title is Being Written, Only the Initials of The Words Should be Capitalized and the Rules of Scientific Writing Should be Followed, left aligned and bold. Numbering will be made except for the INTRODUCTION and RESULT sections.
Figures, tables, maps and photographs: Figures, tables, maps and photographs should not extend beyond the writing area, if necessary, each should be on a separate page. Figures and tables should be numbered and named in Turkish and English according to their content. Numbers and titles should be written in 12 font size, under the figures, only the first letters of the words should be capitalized. Times New Roman 12 font size should be used in the contents of the tables and figures.
In the article, APA 6th version style in-text citation method should be used.


Book with a single author: SURNAME, A. (Year), Title of the Book (Italic), City: Publishing House.

Example: BORTON, H. (1970), Japan's Modern Century, New York: The Ronald Press Company.

Book with multiple authors: SURNAME, A., SURNAME, A., SURNAME, A. (Year), Title of the Book (Italic), City: Publishing House.

Example: NIVISION, D., WRIGHT, A., and BARY, W. (1959), Confucianism in Action, Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Book section: SURNAME, A. (Year), Title of the section, Editor's A. SURNAME, Title of the Book (Italic) (p. Page range) City: Publishing House.

Example: WATSON, J. (1998), Engineering Education in Japan After the Iwakura Mission, in I. Nish, The Iwakura Mission in America and Europe: A New Assessment (p. 108-112), Surrey: Japan Library.

Journal article: SURNAME, A. (Year), Title of the article, Name of the journal (Italic), Volume (Number), p.

Example: HOLMES, S. (2004), An Extraordinary Odyssey: The Iwakura Embassy Translated, London Review Journal, 59 (1), 83-119.

Internet Citation: SURNAME, A. (Year), Title (Italic),…

Example: NARANGOA, L. (2000), Japan's Modernization: The Iwakura Mission to Scandinavia in 1873, Aarhus University on February 18, 2017: Retrieved from pdf / kontur_02 / li_narangoa.pdf.

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