Author Guidelines

Turkish Title (14-point size)

English Title (14-point size)

Name is NOT written*

 

Öz

Text, 10-point size, up to 250 words, aligned on two sides There will be no space between the keywords and the Öz paragraph.

Key words: At least three words, Word one, Word two, Word three

Abstract

Text, 10-point size, up to 250 words, aligned on two sides There will be no space between the keywords and the Abstract paragraph.

Key words: At least three words, Word one, Word two, Word three

Introduction

            You can use the Journal Body style from the style gallery above in Word for all of your paragraphs. Body text starts right after Öz and Abstract. Body text Times New Roman, 12-point size, aligned on two sides, 1.25 cm space at the beginning of each paragraph.

            It is very important. 6nk space between paragraphs. Right click on the "Paragraph" heading in the menu and set 6nk before and after. From the style section above, select the Journal Body style for paragraphs.

            If quotations are longer than three lines, they must be written in the block quote style, from the left without quotation marks:

Each quote longer than three lines and / or 40 words must be written in the block quote style, aligned on two sides, all in 1.25 cm inside, 10-point size. A gap of 6nk or 6pt will be found with the text below. (Smith, 1990, pp. 123)

It can be given as Smith (1990). It should be noted that in APA style, page number abbreviation is necessary.

Title Does Not Start with Numbers (1st Level)

Left Justified Header 12-point size Bold Initial Letters Capitalized (2nd Level)

Indented 12-point size bold only first word capitalized (3rd Level)

Indented 12-point size bold italicized only first word capitalized (4th  Level)

Indented, italic, first word of head starts with capital letter and other words begin with lower case (5th  Level)

 

When using Tables and Figures, apply the following writing rules.

Table 1: After the number of the table, put a colon, not a full stop. All explanatory text is 10-point size, title part is bold, the rest is not. Capitalize only the first letter and the proper nouns

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Figures, pictures, graphics and photographs should be placed at the bottom, 10-point size, the title should be bold and the rest should be normal. Leave 6nk space between the  figures/ tables and paragraphs.

Figure 1: Gaziantep University Logo



** Failure to comply with publication standards requires automatic denial.


Please note that if more than one author contributed to your work, please be careful when entering the names of the authors. The order of the authors is the order entered by the author (s) when the article is uploaded.

 

References

Books

In the "References", the surname of the author, the initials of the first name (sometimes the first two names), the year of publication (in brackets), the name of the work, publication information is written separated with full stops. Book names are written entirely in lower case after the first letter of the heading (except for special names) and italicized.

Single author or edited book

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) is entirely in lower case. Place of printing: Publisher. Editor's Last Name, Editor's First Name. (Ed.). (Year). The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is entirely in lower case. Place of printing: Publisher.

Two or more author or edited books

First Author's Surname, Initials of the First Author's First Name. and Second Author's Surname, Initials of the Second Author's First Name. (Year). The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is entirely in lower case. Place: Publisher.

Edited or extended editions

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is entirely in lower case (x / x extended edition). Place of printing: Publisher.

Books without author(s)

The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is entirely in lower case. (Year). Place: Publisher.

Books consisting of two or more volumes

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is entirely in lower case (x. volume) Place of printing: Publisher.

Translated books

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is entirely in lower case. (First Name of Translator's Name, Translator's Last Name, Trans.) Print Location: Publisher.

Compilation Articles

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the article. The title of the book is italicized and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is in lower case (pp. page number range). Place of printing: Publisher.

A text or section in compilation

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the article. The initials of the Editor's Name. The last Name of the Editor (Ed.), The title of the book is italic, and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is in lower case (pp. page number range). Place of printing: Publisher.

Section or text in the reference books

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the article. The title of the book is italicized and after the first letter (except for special names) the rest is in lower case (pp. page number range). Place of printing: Publisher.

Example:

Biber, D. (2006). University language: A corpus-based study of spoken and written registers. Amstersam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Cortes, V. (2002). Lexical bundles in freshman composition. In R. Reppen, S. M.

Fitzmaurice and D. Biber (Eds), Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic Variation131-145: Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Biber, D., Johansson, S., Leech, G., Conrad, S& Finegan, E. (1999). Longman grammar of spoken and written English. London: Longman.

 

Articles

For Journal Articles

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year, if any month). The name of the article, only the first letter of the first word is small if the rest are not private names. Journal Title is Italic and The First Letters of each Word is capital, Volume Italic (Number), Page Number range. doi: X

Example:

Cortes, V.  (2008).  A  comparative  analysis  of  lexical  bundles  in  academic  history writing in English and Spanish. Corpora, 3, 43-57.

Conrad, S. & Biber, B. (2004). The frequency and use of lexical bundles in conversation and academic prose. LEXICOGRAPHICA, 20, 56-71.


Other Resources

Films

Surname of the Director, Initials of the Director's Name. (Director). (Year). Name of the film is italic. Production city: The name of the production company.

Internet resources

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Date of publication of the manuscript). The name of the article is italicized, only the first letter of the first word is capital, if the rest are not private names they are not capital. Access date: Day Month Year, post link.

Unpublished masters / doctoral dissertations

Surname of the Author, Initials of the Author's Name. (Year). The title of the dissertation is italicized, only the first letter of the first word is capital, if the rest are not private names they are not capital (Unpublished Master / PhD Thesis). Name of Institution, Place of Institution.

Example:

Bal, B (2010). Analyses of Four-word lexical bundles in published research articles written  by  Turkish  scholars.  Unpublished Master’s Thesis.  Georgia State University, GeorgiaRetrieved 5 July 2011 from: http://digitalarchive.gsu.edu/alesl_theses/2

 

For more detailed information, please, check APA 6th edition.