Information For Authors
Submission Preparation Checklist:
After the submission process, authors are required to check their manuscripts with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors who do not follow these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published
- The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format
- The text is single-spaced; uses a Times New Roman 12-point font; employs italics, and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
- The text follows the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
Manuscript for research articles submitted to ILTJ typically consist of the following sections:
Appendices (if any)
Acknowledgments (if any)
After the article is submitted through the article tracking system, from a personal page entered with an email address and password, the review process can be followed from the same system. After this stage, reports should be expected from all referees to make corrections. Because authors can add a report to the system once. If a second referee requests a correction at the next stage, the desired corrections will not be made when the article is added to the system.
Title: It should be compatible with the content, expressive, and it should be written with 12 fonts in bold letters in the general middle, indentation left and right 1, spacing before 12, then 12 line spacing at least, value 14. All the words must be written in lowercase, except for the first word.
Author Name (s) and address: Information such as the author's name, title, the institution in which s/he works and the email address that can be reached should not be included under the title of the article. Since author names are visible to the system administrator, this information will be added to the post by the editor. When adding articles to the system, it is necessary to ensure that any information belonging to the author is not included in the article. This is important in terms of the referees who will review the article.
Abstract: English abstract should be present at the beginning of the article, which expresses the subject in a short and concise form and consists of at least 200 to no more than 250 words. By leaving a line of spaces, keywords consisting of at least 3 and no more than 6 words should be given. Abstract text Times New Roman normal 9; general justified to left and right; indentation left and right 1 cm; spacing before 12, after 12, line spacing minimum, with value 14; abstract heading Times New Roman normal 10 bold; indentation left and right 1 cm; before spacing 12, after 12, the line spacing must be written with a minimum value of 14.
Keywords: Please include at least 3 and up to 6 keywords. Use Times New Roman normal 9; general justified right to left; indent left and right 1 cm; spacing before 12 after 12, line spacing should be written with a minimum value of 14.
Main text: The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end. A4 size (29.7×21 cm.) general right-to-left justified, indented left and right 0, spacing before 12, then 12, line spacing minimum, value 14. 2.5 cm at the edges of the page. spaces should be left and pages should not be numbered. Except for the abstract and bibliography page, the main text should not be less than 6 pages and should not exceed 20 pages. Abbreviations should be written out in full on first use.
All information contained in the footnote should be written with Times New Roman normal 8; general right-to-left justified; indent hanging 1 cm; spacing first 0 After 0, leading single.
Chapter titles: In the article, main, body, and subheadings can be used to provide regular information transfer, and titles can be numbered if necessary, but automatic numbering should not be performed deceptively. The first letter of the chapter titles should be capitalized, the others small.
Tables and figures: Tables must have a number and title. Figure and table captions should be provided within the manuscript, and should be brief and informative, and include any relevant copyright information if taken from a published source.
Table texts should be written with Times New Roman normal 9, general right-to-left justified, indent left and right 0, spacing first 6, then 6 line single spacing. Table numbers and names should be written in a centered manner just below the shape.
Images: High resolution, print quality scanned. The rules in figures and charts should be followed.
Quote, verse and references: For excerpts and phrases in the text, use Times New Roman normal 9; general right-to-left justified; indentation left and right 1 cm; spacing before 6, then 6 line spacing should be written with a single.
References: It should be written at the end of the text and should be sorted by surname. For bibliography (Latin script) Times New Roman normal 10; general right-to-left justified; indentation hanging 1,5 cm; space before 6, then 6 line spacing should be applied single.
See the APA 7 manual for the rules of bibliography (http://www.apastyle.org).
Note: Dear authors, you should review your references and check the eligibility of our journal with the writing rules. After you are sure that you have formatted your article in accordance with the writing rules of our journal, we ask you to submit it.
Thank you for your interest in our journal.