Abstract

 

The abstract should be limited to a maximum of 200 words (body of abstract).

The abstract is a one-paragraph, single-spaced self-contained summary of the most important elements of the paper.

The authors are required to clearly state the context and aim of their study including: introduction, research questions/applied scientific methods, data analysis/findings/main results, and suggestions /conclusions as concise summary of the key points of your research (Do not indent). The abstract must have not more than 6 keywords.

It must be written and sent as Word Document, via our web site.

Abstract preparation – PLEASE follow this checklist:

  1. 12-point Times New Roman font
  2. Single-spacing throughout the document
  3. Top, bottom, and side margins no less than 7/8 of an inch or 2.2 cm
  4. title, author’s/authors’ affiliation(s), contact information, and topic of the submission

Abstract not to exceed 200 words ( please do not include tables, figures and references)

 

Full Paper

 

The full article should be submitted in Word format. Final papers should be uploaded through the submission system. Please make sure that your paper is ready to go to press by the submission deadline, having thoroughly read the paper for errors. If English is not your first language then this is especially important. To facilitate easier processing, reviewing, and publishing of all submissions, PLEASE follow the checklist below:

  1. APA Style Sheet
  2. 12-point Times New Roman font
  3. Single-spacing throughout the document
  4. Double space (instead of indent) to designate a new paragraph or section
  5. Top, bottom, and side margins no less than 7/8 of an inch or 2.2 cm
  6. Cover page that includes title, author’s/authors’ affiliation(s), contact information, and topic of the submission
  7. Title, authors and affiliations repeated at the beginning of the body of the paper
  8. Manuscript not to exceed 3000 words (excluding tables, figures and references)
    Manuscripts longer than 3000 words will be returned for editing
  9. Graphs and visuals can be reproduced electronically