Turkish Journal of Landscape Research– PEYAD
Instructions for Authors
Manuscripts to be sent to Turkish Journal of Landscape Research should be prepared according to the “Author Instructions” listed below.
Page Setup: A4 Vertical Margins (normal)(2,5 cm at all sides)
Articles to be submitted for publication in the Turkish Journal of Landscape Research should be between 4000 to 8000 words in length.
Fonts: Times New Roman, Main headings should be 12 pt. and bold, subheadings 11 pt and bold, text should be written in 11 pt with single line spacing (6nk lower and upper). Paragraph indentation should be set to 1 cm.
Each work should consist of the following main headings respectively:
The title of the work must clearly reflect the content and be inclusive. The initials of each word in the title except for the conjunctions must be capitalized. The title should be written in 14 pt size. Before and after the titles, a space of 1.5 lines should be left.
The summary should clearly and briefly reflect the purpose, scope, methodology, results, prominent aspects and original value of the work. It should be between 250-300 and not exceed 300 words. Abstract should be written in 10 pt.
At least 3 and no more than 5 keywords reflecting the integrity of the work should be identified.
Sections of the Manuscript, Main Titles
For the research article manuscripts, the main headings listed below should be written. Descriptions of the contents of these sections are given below.
Introduction - Method - Findings - Discussion - Conclusion - Suggestions - Acknowledgments - Bibliography
Manuscripts in the form of review articles may go out of the specified template for the main and subheadings.
The basis of the research subject, summary information on the parts of the study, the review of literature, significance of the study, research problem and objectives should be detailed in the introduction of the manuscript.
The type of research, study group, data collection instruments, validity and reliability, data collection techniques, data analysis, limitations and if necessary ethics committee approval should be given in detail at the introduction section.
Findings obtained in the research should be explained with relevant tables, figures, graphics or pictures in a way that supports the purpose and problem of the work and preserves the quality and integrity.
In the light of the research, the obtained findings should be discussed with support from literature and author comments.
In the conclusion, the main ideas that emerged in the light of the discussions should be explained.
Suggestions should be made for the discussion and conclusion of the work. It should also include proposals for future work and applications in the field that will contribute to the field.
Acknowledgment should be given to the persons or institutions who have contributed to the progress of the investigation.
References should be prepared in accordance with the principles APA 6. In-text citations and references to the literature should be given in harmony with the language of the text. For Turkish manuscript submissions, Turkish citations rules and for English manuscript submissions, English citation rules should be used. The font should be Times New Roman and the line spacing should be 3 nk. Indentations should be 4 spaces from the left margin.
Appendices, tables, figures and graphics should be given on a separate age following references. Each appendix should be labeled as Appendix 1, Appendix 2. And should be titled separately.
* Discussion, Results and Recommendations could be given under a single title or separately by the author.
** If Acknowledgements and Appendices are given they should be presented as main titles similar to Introduction or Methods.
Table and Figures
Table and Figure headers and text properties should be given according to the examples in the template.
Before and after Table and Figures, 12 nk space is given.
Table headings and text 10 pt.
Table numbers n Bold
Ex: Table 1. Table Title
If the figure a graphic and in editable format, the title and the internal text are 10 pt.
Figure Title and number in bold
Ex: Figure 1. Figure Heading
Figures should be imported into Word at a resolution of 300 DPI if they contain a picture or an uneditable visual.
Murray, R. (2007). Writing for Academic Journals . New York: Open University Press
In-text Citation: (Murray, 2007, p. 194)
Chapter in a Book
Roberts, C. (2005). English in the Workplace. E. Hinkel (Editor.). Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning, in (pp. 117-137). London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers
In-text Citation: (Roberts, 2005, p. 117)
Brookes, J. (2009). Küçük Bahçe: Küçük Mekanlar için Parlak Fikirler ( F. F. Özülkü, trans.).
İstanbul: Alfa Yayıncılık
In-text Citation: Brookes, 2009, p. 12
Pirselimoğlu, Z. ; Demirel, Ö., A Study of an ecologically based recreation and tourism planning
approach: a case study on Trabzon Çalköy high plateau in Turkey, International Journal of Sustainable Development&World Ecology, 19(4): 349-360, 2012.
In-text Citation: (Pirselimoğlu & Demirel, 2012, p. 349)
Karakelle, S. (2012). Üstbilişsel farkındalık, zeka, problem çözme algısı ve düşünme ihtiyacı arasındaki bağlantılar. Eğitim ve Bilim, 37(164), 237-250. http://egitimvebilim.ted.org.tr/index.php/EB/article/view/779/376
In-text Citation: (Karakelle, 2012, p. 240)
Demirel, Ö. (1997) Çoruh Havzası (Yusufeli Kesimi) Doğal Kültürel Kaynak Değerlerinin Turizm
ve Rekreasyon Potansiyeli Açısından Değerlendirilmesi Üzerine bir Araştırma, Yayınlanmamış doktora tezi, 1997, Trabzon
In-text Citation: (Demirel, 1997, p.47)
Şatıroğlu E., Bayramoğlu E. & Demirel Ö. (2017). Climate and Ecological Effects
of the Green Roofs. ECOLOGY' 17 International Conference on Ecology, Ecosystems and Climate Change, Dakam’s International Natural Sciences Meeting Conference Proceedings, 17-18 February 2017, ( pp. 74-82), İstanbul: DAKAM
In-text Citation: (Şatıroğlu, Bayramoğlu & Demirel, 2017, p. 74)
IFLA. (2017). The Profession of Landscape Architecture. http://iflaonline.org /about/landscape-architecture/
In-text Citation: (IFLA, 2017)