Author Guidelines

  1. Manuscript Preparation:

    • The manuscript should be written in English and follow the journal's preferred formatting style (e.g., APA, MLA).
    • Use a clear and concise title that accurately reflects the content of the article.
    • Include an abstract of 150-250 words summarizing the main objectives, methodology, findings, and implications of the study.
    • Provide a list of 4-6 keywords that are relevant to the topic of the article.
    • Use clear and concise language, avoiding jargon or excessive technical terminology.
    • Ensure that the manuscript adheres to ethical guidelines and respects the rights of human subjects if applicable.
  2. Article Structure:

    • Introduction: Provide a clear and concise introduction that outlines the research problem, objectives, and significance of the study.
    • Literature Review: Summarize relevant theoretical frameworks and previous research studies related to the topic.
    • Methodology: Describe the research design, data collection methods, and data analysis procedures in detail.
    • Results: Present the findings of the study in a clear and organized manner, using tables, graphs, or figures when appropriate.
    • Discussion: Interpret the results, compare them with previous studies, and discuss their implications for theory, practice, or policy.
    • Conclusion: Summarize the main findings, limitations of the study, and suggestions for future research.
    • References: Provide a comprehensive list of all sources cited in the manuscript, following the preferred citation style.
  3. Submission Process:

    • Submit the manuscript electronically through the journal's online submission system.
    • Ensure that the manuscript is an original work and has not been previously published or submitted elsewhere.
    • Include a cover letter that briefly introduces the manuscript, highlights its significance, and declares any potential conflicts of interest or funding sources.
    • Include the names, affiliations, and contact information of all authors.
    • Acknowledge any individuals or organizations that contributed to the research or writing process.
  4. Peer Review Process:

    • The submitted manuscript will undergo a rigorous peer review process.
    • Reviewers will evaluate the manuscript based on its originality, clarity, methodology, findings, and contribution to the field.
    • Authors should be prepared to address reviewers' comments and suggestions and revise the manuscript accordingly.
    • The final decision regarding acceptance, revision, or rejection will be communicated to the authors in a timely manner.
  5. Copyright and Open Access:

    • Authors should ensure that they have the necessary permissions and rights to include any copyrighted materials in their manuscript.
    • The journal may offer options for open access publication. Authors should familiarize themselves with the journal's policies and fees, if applicable.
  6. Publication Ethics:

    • Authors should adhere to ethical guidelines for research and writing, ensuring the accuracy and integrity of their work.
    • Any potential conflicts of interest should be disclosed.
    • Proper acknowledgment should be given to all individuals or organizations that have contributed to the research or writing process.