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* Page size A4.
The first letter of each word in title, should be typed capital. Please avoid using punctuation marks like ( , ), (“ “ ), ( ? ), ( ! ), etc. in title and don’t underline words.
Please write authors’ names after main topic.
Please write authors’ postal addresses completely after their names. Country name, telephone number and email addresses of each author are necessary.
The abstract should write briefly the purpose of the research, Mention the results and main conclusion ( maximum 250 words ). References should be avoided in abstract.
Write 5 -8 keywords after abstract and separate your keywords with ( ,) .
Your article structure should have following parts: Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Literature review, Research Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement and References ( acknowledgement part is not necessary ).
Divide your article into clearly defined and numbered sections. Subsections should be numbered 1., ( then 1.1., 1.1.1., 1.1.2 ., 1.2., 1.2.1., 1.2.2. ), 2., etc.
Avoid writing footnote in your paper. Please change footnote to Note 1., Note 2., etc. and explain the note after the text. It’s preferred 12-22 pages for the length of the article.
Mention the tables in the text of the manuscript’s body; each table should also have its source listed below it and its title at the top. Place explanatory matters below the table. Avoid vertical rules.
Mention figures, at the end of the article and write the caption of figures and diagrams below them.
Arrange references alphabetically at the end of the article.
Journal and book articles should be referred by the authors name and year of publication e.g. ( Smith and Ward, 2000 ).
*For more than 2 authors, use following structure: ( Smith et al., 2000 ).
*For more than 2 references, use following structure: ( Smith et al., 2000; Ward, 2004; Jackson, 2008 )
Lee, S. A., Johnson, T.S., Ward, J. P. and Jackson, S. ( 2000 ). Comparative Study of 3 Management Methods. International Journal of Science and Business, 36 ( 4 ), 232- 245.
Bennet, A., Ward, R.A. and Lee, A.P. ( 2002 ). Applied Management Models, chapter ( 3 ), Vol.: 2, 2nd ed. London: Oxford University Press, 63-74.
Smith, J. A. (2002). Business Solutions. Available: http:/www.hoovers.com/hooversdirectoies/ companiesaz-1.htm ( August 8, 2002 ).
Terner, John. Comparative Study of Two International Marketing Models, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Florida, 2003, 26-40.
Instructions for Author:
Types of Articles:
Original Articles: The title page, abstract, keywords, introduction, literature review, research methods, results and discussion, conclusion, and references should all be included. The length of the text should be limited to 10-22 pages, including the references.
Review Articles: The title page, abstract, keywords, introduction, literature review, conclusion, and references should all be included.The length of the text should be limited to 5-12 pages, including the references.
Case Study: It includes all of the reports about the special issues and new procedures in some limited cases with good results but not confirmed yet internationally as a global choice. It should not exceed more than 3000 words.
Structure of Articles:
Title : Write the title of the article.
Abstract: Should contain background, research methods, results and conclusion sections separately. The objective of study, findings (including its statistical significance) and the conclusion made on the basis of the findings should be clearly presented.
Abstract is not necessary for case reports, while review articles should have an abstract. Nevertheless, the length of an abstract should be less than 250 words. Authors need to be careful that the abstract reflects the content of the article accurately.
Keywords: Each submitted article should contain 5-8 keywords.
Keywords will assist indexers in cross indexing the article as they are published with abstract.
Introduction: This should summarize the purpose and the rationale for the study. It should neither review the subject extensively nor should it have data or conclusions of the study.
Literature Review: Should include
- Where do you start?
- What should you look for?
–What has been done already
–What has not been done
–What has not been done very well
Research Method: This should include exact method or observation or experiment. Mathematical and Statistical methods must be mentioned and specify any general computer package used.
Results and Discussion: Results must be presented in the form of text, tables and illustrations. The contents of the tables should not be all repeated in the text. Instead, a reference to the table number may be given. Long articles may need sub-headings (mentioned on page1 as Subdivisions) within some sections to clarify their contents.
Discussion should emphasize the present findings and the variations or similarities with other work done in the field by other researchers. The detailed data should not be repeated discussion again. Emphasize the new and important aspects of the study. It must be mentioned whether the hypothesis mentioned in the article is true, false or no conclusions can be derived.
Conclusion: Your conclusion is your chance to have the last word on the subject. The conclusion allows you to have the final say on the issues you have raised in your paper, to summarize your thoughts, to demonstrate the importance of your ideas, and to propel your reader to a new view of the subject. It is also your opportunity to make a good final impression and to end on a positive note. In conclusion, you represent something important to your readers, and can be used for some, or all of the following tasks:
- Emphasizing the purpose and importance of your article
- Explaining the significance or consequences of your findings
- Indicating the wider applications of the method developed in your article
- Establishing your article as the basis for further investigation
Acknowledgement: All contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship should be covered in the acknowledgement section. It should include persons who provided technical help, writing assistance and departmental head that only provided general support. Financial and material support should also be acknowledged.
Author(s) must acknowledge and declare any sources of funding and potential conflicting interest, such as receiving funds or fees by, holding stocks and shares in and organizations that may profit or lose through publication of your paper. Declaring a competing interest will not lead to automatic rejection of the paper, but we would like to be made aware of it.
The authors must ensure that before submitting the manuscript for publication, they have taken care of the following:
1. Title page should contain title, name of the author(s), their qualifications, mailing address for future correspondence, email address, phone and fax number.
2. Abstract in structured format up to 250 words.
3. Keywords contain 5-8 words.
4. References should be typed as instruction that mentioned above.
5. Mention the tables in the text of the manuscript’s body; each table should also have its source listed below it and its title at the top.
6. Read copyright information.