Writing Rules

Abstracts

1- Abstracts MUST BE IN ENGLISH.

2- Those who use DIFFERENT TEXT FONTS should send their fonts to the e-mail address in the contact section.

3- Editors can make the necessary spelling corrections himself.

4- Abstracts must consist of MINIMUM 200, MAXIMUM 300 WORDS. There should be 5 KEYWORDS in the “Keywords” section.

5- NAME, SURNAME, TITLE, INSTITUTION, MAIL ADDRESS information must be included in the abstracts. If available, the ORCID number can also be written. This information should be written with GARAMOND font. Font size should be 10 PUNTO.

6- The first letter of the names in the abstracts should be CAPITAL and the following letters should be in LOWER characters. For surnames, all characters should be written in CAPITAL. The first letter of the abbreviations of the titles should be CAPITAL and the following letters should be in LOWER characters. Example: Prof. Dr. Hakan HAKYEMEZ

7- The first letters of the words in the title of the abstract should be CAPITAL and the next letters should be LOWER.

8- Conjunctions and articles such as “and, the, of, in, on, at, during, between, with, by, as, against” in English abstract titles should be written in LOWER letters if they are in the middle of the title. If these conjunctions and articles are written at the beginning of the title or after punctuation marks other than commas or semicolons, the first letters can be written as CAPITAL and the following letters as LOWER. In addition, the above rules apply to the word “a”, which means one.

Poster Papers

1- The rules valid for abstracts are also valid for poster papers.

Full Texts

1- Full texts will be loaded from the system. The review on whether the texts of those who want their full text to be published in the book section will be included in the book section will be carried out by our referees. TEXTS THAT ARE APPROVED AT THE RESULT OF THE REVIEW WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK SECTION, OTHERS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE FULL TEXTS BOOK.

2- TEXT THAT IS NOT SENT ACCORDING TO THE FULL TEXT TEMPLATE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

3- Full texts MUST NOT EXCEED 10,000 WORDS.

4- The texts are scanned by iThenticate or Turnitin. The similarity rate should be MAXIMUM 20%.

5- GARAMOND 12 PUNTO IN TEXT, 10 PUNTO IN FOOTNOTE MUST BE USED. LINE AND PARAGRAPH SPACE should be 1.15. Paragraphs must 0nk before and 6nk after.

6- Paragraphs must be started from ONE TAB (1.25CM) INSIDE.

7- Author(s) should write their NAME, SURNAME, TITLE, INSTITUTIONAL MAIL ADDRESS in the texts. If available, the ORCID number can also be written.

8- The first letter of the names in the texts should be CAPITAL characters and the next letters should be in LOWER characters. For surnames, all characters should be written in CAPITAL. The first letter of the abbreviations of the titles should be CAPITAL and the following letters should be LOWER characters.

9- When a block quote is made, the entire quote must be INSIDE ONE TAB (1.25CM). When the citation is finished, it should be noted that THE FOOTNOTE IS REQUIRED! The citation rate cannot exceed 20% of the text.

10-A space should be left after the main headings.

11- APA citation system should be used in the text.

12- The structure of the text should be as follows (Red Headings are COMPULSORY)

TEXT TITTLE (Code 1)

In a centered manner, both Turkish and English titles are written exactly with only the first letter CAPITAL and the following letters LOWER. Conjunctions in Turkish titles should be written in LOWER letters if they are in the middle of the title. If these connectors are written at the beginning of the title or after punctuation marks other than commas or semicolons, they can be written as CAPITAL and their next letters SMALL.

However, conjunctions and articles such as “and, the, of, in, on, at, during, between, with, by, as, against” in English abstract titles should be written in LOWER letters if they are in the middle of the title. If these conjunctions and articles are written at the beginning of the title or after punctuation marks other than commas or semicolons, the first letters can be written as CAPITAL and the following letters as LOWER. In addition, the above rules apply to the word “a”, which means one.

INTRODUCTION
Write the theoretical/conceptual framework of your work here, including references. You should state the purpose and importance of your work.

METHOD

          Write the method part of your work here.

INTERMEDIARY TITLES

Level 1: Centered, Bold, Initials of Words CAPITAL Rest of them in LOWER

Level 2: Left-justified, Bold, Initials of Words in CAPITAL Rest of them in LOWER

Level 3: One tab in, Bold, Initials of Words CAPITAL the rest LOWER, with DOT at the end.

Level 4: One tab in, Bold, Italic, Initials of Words CAPITAL the rest LOWER, with DOT at the end.

Level 5: One paragraph in, Italic, Initials of Words CAPITAL the rest LOWER, with a DOT at the end.

– The following example should be considered in the table representation. In case of necessity, except for the table title, the contents can be written AS 10 OR 9 PUNTO.

Table 1 – Table Title

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Tablo items-1xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Tablo items-2xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

 

CITATION (in text)

In in-text citations, we adopt the principle of including the surnames of the authors and the publication year of the work, as well as the page number from which the cited part is taken. Page numbers should also be given in parentheses, both in paraphrase (rewriting the author’s opinion in your own sentences), and in direct quotations (quoting the author’s sentences in quotation marks or block quotations). If the source does not consist of pages (for example, an article taken from the internet), it should be stated as in which paragraph (Author Surname, Year, paragraph x) the cited part is included, and the order of the paragraph in the text should be written instead of x.

First Reference to the Work in the Text

With one author           (İnalcık, 2016: 108)

Two authors            (Daş ve Ospanova, 2019: 382-383)

Three or More Authors (Karauğuz vd., 2002: 9)

Author groups (abbreviated)If more than one work is cited in the same parenthesis, WHAT IS WRITTEN FIRST in the bibliography is WRITTEN.

If two or more works by the same author are referenced, the letters following the alphabetical order are added to the publication year: eg. (Cemil Meriç, 2000a); (Cemil Meriç, 2000b).

If the author of the work is not specified, the first few words of the name of the work are used when quoting. When referring to such a work, the title of the book is written in italics, followed by the date: eg. As stated in another resource (Family Education Guide, 2008)… or as stated in the Family Education Guide (2008)…

If more than one author with the same surname is referenced, the names of the authors should be stated in the sentence, even if the publication years of the works are different. For example: Turan Yay (1993); Gulsun Spring (2012).

Personal interviews should be mentioned in the text but not in the bibliography. For example: (Hikmet Öğüt, personal communication, December 2000).

It is essential to reach primary sources in studies, but if they could not be reached due to some difficulties, the cited or cited source is indicated in the reference. For example: (cited by Özcan, 200: 210); (cited in Smith, 2012b: 45-52). The source information in the cited or cited work is not included.

Explanatory information about the citation or other than the citation should be given at the bottom of the page by adding footnotes. The reference in the footnote should be the same as the text.

REFERENCES