1. Manuscript Preparation
– Manuscripts should be written in English and should be prepared according to the journal’s guidelines for authors.
– Manuscripts should be with margins of at least 2,5 cm on all sides.
– Manuscripts should be between 4000 and 12000 words, including the abstract, references, tables, and figures.
– The manuscript should be divided into the following sections: title page, abstract, introduction, literature review, methods, results, discussion, conclusions, and references.
– The title page should include the title of the manuscript, the authors’ names and affiliations, and the corresponding author’s contact information.
– The abstract should be a brief summary of the manuscript, including its main findings, and should be between 250 and 400 words.
– The introduction should provide background information and a clear statement of the problem, research questions, and objectives.
– The literature review should provide an overview of the current research on the topic and should include a critical evaluation of the relevant literature.
– The methods section should describe the research design, population and sample, data collection and analysis procedures, and any limitations of the study.
– The results section should present the findings of the study in a clear and organized manner, using tables and figures as appropriate.
– The discussion section should interpret the results in light of the literature review and research questions, and should provide implications for practice and future research.
– The conclusions section should summarize the main findings and conclusions of the study.
– The references should be formatted according to the journal’s guidelines (APA style) and should include only sources that have been cited in the text.
2. Online Submission
– All submissions must be made online through the journal’s submission system or by email.
– The submission should include a cover letter, the manuscript, and any supporting materials, such as figures and tables.
– The cover letter should provide a brief summary of the manuscript, including its main findings, and explain how the manuscript fits within the scope of the journal.
– The submission should be in Microsoft Word format.
3. Review Process
– All submissions will be reviewed by at least two experts in the field, who are selected by the editorial board.
– The reviewers will evaluate the manuscript based on its originality, quality, and relevance to the journal’s scope.
– The reviewers will provide detailed feedback to the authors, including any suggestions for revisions.
– Based on the reviewers’ feedback, the editorial board will make a decision to accept, reject, or request revisions to the manuscript.
– If revisions are requested, the authors will be given a specific time frame to make the necessary changes and resubmit their manuscript.
It is recommended that authors review the guidelines provided by the journal carefully.