Manuscript Preparation and Submission
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Copyright Agreement for Authors
Manuscript Preparation and Submission
Manuscripts can be submitted directly through the online platform by using “Make a submission” or by e-mail to:
Editor in Chief: Prof. Dr Mourad Ali Eissa Saad e-mail: email@example.com
Senior Editor Assoc. Prof. Dr Beata Borowska-Beszta e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Editor: Prof. Dr Kerim Gündoğdu: e-mail: email@example.com
Associate Editor: Assoc. Prof. Dr Samir Jabra Dukmak: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequency and Publication Time:
Three issues are published each year in April, August, and December. The authors have free access to their article online.
Articles are accepted throughout the year. Deadlines are 31st January, 31st May and 30th September.
Authors should write their name, position, affiliation, and contact information (including e-mail address) on the first page.
All submissions must be accompanied by an abstract (max. 200 words) in English.
5-10 keywords should be provided in English, after the abstract. This applies to book reviews as well.
The length of texts submitted for publication should be 3000-8000 words for articles, and 1000-2000 words for book reviews. Manuscripts must be in English.
The manuscript should be typed and single-spaced in A4 format, Times New Roman style 12, in black-and-white.
Emphasizing italics are not to be used excessively. Bold type should not be used anywhere in the article.
Authors are asked to write their ORCID number, which can be obtained here.
Any source information that you provide in-text must correspond to the source information on the References page. The author's last name, year and the page number(s) from which the quotation or paraphrase is taken must appear in the text.
Multiple citations: To cite multiple sources in the same parenthetical reference, separate the citations by a semi-colon eg. (Nagel 1979, 33; Derrida 1992, 21). Quoted material, translations and page references must be exact. For short quotations enclose the quotation within double quotation marks. The extended quotations (40+ words) should be displayed with left indentation.
Sample reference for single-author books:
Citation in the text: (Kwiecinski, 2017, 44)
Entry in the reference list: Kwiecinski, Zbigniew. The Sociopathology of education. Wrocław: DSW Publisher, 2017.
Sample reference for journal articles:
Citation in the text: (Kijak 2010, 38), (Wlazło 2013).
Entry in the reference list: Borowska-Beszta, Beata. "Decoding of Bias in Qualitative Research in Disability Cultures: A Review and Methodological Analysis." International Journal of Psycho-Educational Sciences 6 (3) (2017): 55-68.
The manuscripts can contain, if necessary, endnotes for author's observations and comments, not footnotes. Notes are always endnotes. Use the endnotes as bibliographical notes, which refer to other publications your readers may consult or as explanatory notes (content notes), which refers to brief additional information that might be too digressive for the main text.
The manuscripts must include a references list. All quoted materials must be included in the references list and it must be precise.
- One author: Lastname, Firstname. Title. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.
- Two authors: Lastname, Firstname, and Firstname Lastname. Title. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.
- More than three authors: Lastname, Firstname, et. al. Title. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.
- Chapter in collective work: Lastname, Firstname. “Title of chapter.” Title of Book, Collection. Ed. Editor’s Name(s). Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Page range of entry.
- Article: Lastname, Firstname. “Title of article.” Title of Journal Volume. Issue (Year): pages.
- Web entries must follow a similar format. Lastname, Firstname. “Title of article.” Title of Journal Volume. Issue (Year): pages. The medium of Publication. Day, month, year.
American Psychiatric Association, DSM-5 Task Force. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5™ (5th ed.). Arlington: VA, USA 2013.
Campbell, Amy and Cynthia Anderson. “Check-in/check-out: A systematic evaluation and component analysis”. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 44 (2011):315-326.
Eissa Saad, Mourad Ali. “The Effectiveness of A Joint Attention Training Program on Improving Communication Skills Of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder”. International Journal of Psycho-Educational Sciences. 4 (3) (2015):3- 12.
It is the authors’ responsibility to obtain the necessary reproduction rights from the right holder for any third party material used. The illustrations are either to be inserted in the text or they shall be attached at the end of the article, or else submitted separately as a .JPG, .TIFF, .PNG or similar file, preferably with a minimum of 300 DPI, being denoted by Fig. 1, Fig. 2…or Il.1, Il. 2…In the text, the references for the illustrations will be made between brackets, indicating their number, e.g. : (Fig.4 or Il.4 ).
Where any text, tables or illustrations are used from previously published work, permission must first be obtained from the holder of copyright and a copy of the agreement must be submitted with the article. A suitable acknowledgement must be recorded in the article.
SUBMISSION IMPLIES THAT:
- the submitted work is original and has not been previously published;
- it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere;
- all co-authors (if any) have approved the submission for publication;
- tacit or explicit permission for publication has been given by the responsible authorities of the institutions where the research was carried out.
Manuscripts submitted under multiple authorship are reviewed on the assumption that all listed authors concur in the submission and agree on the final version to be published.
The opinions expressed in published articles are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not reflect the opinion of the editors, or members of the editorial board.
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As a condition of publication, authors must transfer copyright to London Academic Publishing. Manuscripts submitted under multiple authorship are reviewed on the assumption that all listed authors concur in the submission and agree on the final version to be published. During the publication process, authors are asked to sign a "Consent to Publish and Copyright Transfer" available here.
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