Formatting Guidelines

The following guidelines have been established to assist authors in preparing their manuscripts for submission to our journal. Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in the rejection of the manuscript or a delay in the review process.

General Formatting: Manuscripts should be typed in Times New Roman font, size 12, and double-spaced throughout, including the title page, abstract, text, and references. Manuscripts should be in Microsoft Word format. 

Title Page: The title page should contain the full title of the article, the author's full name(s), institutional affiliation, and the corresponding author's email address. 

Abstract: An abstract of no more than 250 words should follow the title page. The abstract should briefly summarize the background, objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of the study. Include keywords to be used for indexing purposes. 

Introduction: The introduction should provide a clear and concise background to the research topic, the aims and objectives of the study, and a summary of the main findings. 

Methodology: This section should describe in detail the methodology used in the study, including participants, materials, and procedures. 

Results: The results should be presented clearly and concisely, including relevant analyses. 

Discussion: The discussion should provide an interpretation of the results, a comparison with previous research, and implications for practice or future research. 

Conclusion: The conclusion should summarize the main findings and their implications. 

We hope that these guidelines assist you in preparing your manuscript for submission to our journal. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.