Full Paper Guidelines

Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation

  • The title section of the paper should include these information in order:
    • The title of the paper,
    •  The name of the writer –with the profession-
    •  The institution of the writer –with the faculty and department – 
    •  The contact information (mail, e-mail, phone, fax)
  • The paper text should be at least 4.000 and 7.000 words at most.
  • References: Footnotes should be used only for the expressions added to the chapter, not for the references. Citations should be displayed in the chapter. (You may find the sample below.)
  • Bibliography: There must be a bibliography at the end of the text. (Please check the bibliography rules below.)
  • If you think that there is no need for any changes in your paper, please revise only the references and bibliography according to the citation rules below, and send your paper again.

Samples for References And Bibliography


Example: Researchers have pointed out that the lack of trained staff is a common barrier to providing adequate health education (Fisher, 1999: 25) and services (Weist & Christodulu, 2000: 51).
(Note that you do not need to provide a page number(s) except for direct quotations.)


(Please take attention to where capital and small letters, dot and comma, italic phrases are used.)
You can find more information about these rules (APA) at this link: (http://www.wisc.edu/writing/Handbook/American_Psychological_Association_(APA)_Documentation_M.pdf)


Kaymakcan, R. & Leirvik, O. (2007). Teaching for tolerance in Muslim majority societies. Istanbul: Dem Publishing.

Journal article:
Dijkman, H.C., & Camp, D.P. (1987). Practical theodicee: A typology of six models of theodicy. Journal of Empirical Theology, 1(3), 67-86.
(Note: Give the volume number in italics followed by the issue number in parentheses. Reference to a journal article or chapter in an edited book must contain the inclusive page numbers of the article.)
Article or chapter in an edited book:
Kaymakcan, R. (2006). Turkish adolescents: High Islamic faith in secular state. In. H. G. Ziebertz & W. Kay (Eds.), Religion and youth in Europe (pp. 230-245). Berlin: Lit Verlag.

Electronic references:
Greenberg, M. T. (2000, March 30). Prevention of mental disorders in school-aged children. Prevention and Treatment, 4, Article 1. Retrieved August 24, 2001, from http://journals.apa.org/prevention/volume4/pre0040001a.htm

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