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Articles must be clearly presented and have a certain target of readers. The paper should be with a length not exceeding 6,000 characters.
The article should be consisted of Introduction, Main Text (with subtitles), Conclusion and References. Keywords and abstracts in three languages is needed.
The abstract should be a single paragraph of not less than 250 words, clearly stating the objective of the paper.
The paper can be submitted either via e-mail (email@example.com) or flash drives.
Manuscripts that do not comply with the above-mentioned guidelines will be considered as non-admissible by the Editorial Board!
STYLE AND FORMATTING
Manuscripts should be:
-submitted in Ms Word («.doc», «.docx»);
-formatted in Times New Roman 12 pt., 1.15 spacing and with margins Top and Bottom: 2 cm, Left: 3 cm, Right: 1 cm;
The title should include the title of the Paper, the author’s name, and information, an abstract and keywords.
The title of the article should be formatted in Bold, Uppercase and Align Centre.
An asterisk (*) should be added to the author's name, and the author's academic degree, affiliation and e-mail address should be indicated below.
Any pictures or images to be used in the paper should be submitted to the journal as a single separate JPG or JPEG file and should not exceed 10x20 cm in size. Quality image is preferred. References to figures and tables are important.
The citation should be given at the end of the paper in APA Citation 7th Edition.
Example: (surname of author, year: page) – (Richard, 2022: 200).
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Referencing for Books:
Blase, J. (1991) The politics of Life in Schools: Power, Conflict and Cooperation. London: Sage Publications.
Referencing for Edited Books:
Gupta, R. (Ed.) (2003) Remote Sensing Geology. Germany: Springer-Verlag.
Referencing for Chapters in Edited Books:
Newman, W. R. (2013) ‘Medieval Alchemy’ in Lindeberg, D. C. and Shank, M.H. (eds.) The Cambridge History of Science, Volume 2. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Referencing for Journals:
O’Reilly, C. A. and Roberts, K. H. (1977) ‘Task Group Structure, Communication and Effectiveness in Three Organizations’, Journal of Applied Psychology, 62 (6), pp. 674-681.
Referencing for Journal Articles: online/electronic
Wang, F., Maidment, G., Missenden, J. & Tozer, R. (2007) The novel use of phase
change materials in refrigeration plant. Part 1: Experimental investigation. Applied
Thermal Engineering. 27 (17–18), 2893–2901. Available from: DOI:10.1016/j.
applthermaleng.2005.06.011. [Accessed 15th June 2016].
Read, B. (2008) Anti-cheating crusader vexes some professors. Chronicle of Higher
Education. 54 (25). Available from: http://global.factiva.com/ [Accessed 5th August 2016].
Referencing for Newspaper:
Rosenberg, G. (1997, March 31). Electronic Discovery Proves an Effective Legal Weapon. The New York Times, p. D5.