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Guidelines for Authors

!su      A) Paper structure

 1. paper title

 2.  First author’s full name, academic rank and affiliation/co-author’s full name, academic rank and affiliation

Abstract (about 150 words) and keywords (3 to 5 words)

 3. Phone number and email address of the author designated to receive proofs and correspondence and email addresses of all co-authors in paper endnote

 4. Paper body: introduction (including: introduction, theoretical fundamentals and literature, objective, questions or hypotheses), methodology (research type and method, population, sample and tools, reliability and validity), findings, discussion and conclusion, references.

 

!su    B) References and Bibliography

References should comply with APA system described below.

Books: 

Author(s): each author's last name, then a comma, then the first initial of the first name, then any additional initials. A period should follow each initial. Separate the last author from the second-to-last author with a comma and ampersand (&). Separate any additional authors by commas. If the listed author is a group or institution, include its full name. In the case of institutional authorship, add a period to end the section; for individual authors, no extra period is needed-the period after the final initial is sufficient.

One author

Smith, M. T.

Two authors

Beddington-Meekes, J. A., & Hiroguchi, M.

Three authors

Jones, Q. P., Chen, C. L., & Crismon, S.

Institutional author

Italian Institute of Pig Language Research.

 

Year of Publication: include only the year of copyright, in parenthesis, then end with a period. If the book was republished, include the original date of publication and the new date in the text citation, separated by a slash (/), but put only the publication date of the source used in the reference list. If no date of publication is listed, put "n.d." in the parenthesis.

Standard form

(1994).

Republished book (in text citation)

(1969/1996).

No date given

(n.d.).

 

Title of Book:  Give the full title of the book, including the subtitle if one is given. Capitalize only the first word of the title, and the first word of any subtitle; also capitalize any proper names in the title. Separate title and subtitle with a colon (:). If the book is a volume in a titled series of books, add the series title as a subtitle. Put the title, subtitle, and series information in italics, and end with a period.

Standard form       The first-year experience: A review of literature for the Higher

Education Academy.

 

Edition/Revision Number: For numbered editions, use the abbreviation for the ordinal number that applies (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.), then add "ed." For a revised edition, use the abbreviations "Rev. ed." Include edition information in parenthesis, and insert it between the book title and its following period, without underlining.

Numbered edition

Book title (3rd ed.).

Revised edition

Book title (Rev. ed.).

 

Place of Publication:    Certain common cities of publication are included with no additional information. These include: Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Amsterdam, Jerusalem, London, Milan, Moscow, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Tokyo, Vienna. If the book was published in one of these places, simply list the city, followed by a colon (:).
      If the book's place of publication is not one of these cities, additional information is needed. For American locations, include the city and state postal abbreviation, separated by a comma. For locations outside the United States, include the city and country, separated by a comma. Follow each type of location with a colon.

Common locations

New York:

Milan:

American location

Wynot, NE:

Other locations

Talcahuano, Chile:

Suva, Fiji:

Publishing Entity: Give as much of the publisher's name as necessary to render it comprehensible. Completely spell out the names of university presses and corporations, but cut such words as Inc., Co., and Publishers from commercial publishing companies. Follow the publisher's name with a period.

Commercial press

Collins.

University press

Cambridge University Press.

Corporate press

General Electric Corporation.

 

 

Articles:

Author(s) of Article:      For journal articles, put each author's last name, then a comma, then the first initial of the given name, then any additional initials. A period should follow each initial. Separate the last author from the second-to-last author with a comma and ampersand (&). Separate any additional authors by commas.

One author

Keely, J. T.

Two authors

Luggio, M. R., & Moulton-Kowinski, R. S.

Three authors

Jackson, B. I., Jackson, G. P., & Jackson, I. G.

Year of Publication:       Even though a month or season of publication may be given for a specific journal, include only the year of publication, in parenthesis, and end with a period. (An individual issue within a journal's yearly output is indicated by the page range, if the journal paginates by volume, or issue number, if the journal paginates by issue.)

Standard form

(1993).

Title of Article :      Give the full title of the article, including the subtitle if one is given. Capitalize only the first word of the title, and the first word of any subtitle; also capitalize any proper names in the title. Separate title and subtitle with a colon (:). Journal articles do not get any other special formatting: no quotation marks or underlining. End the title with a period.

Standard form

Do faculty serve as role models? The impact of instructor gender on female students

Title and subtitle

Gender and higher education experience: A case study

Title of Journal:      The title of the journal is given in full, including the subtitle if any. Capitalize only the first word of the title, and the first word of any subtitle; also capitalize any proper names in the title. Separate title and subtitle with a colon (:). Italicize the title and subtitle and follow them with a comma, which is also in italics.

Standard form

Higher Education Research & Development,

 

 

Volume and Issue Number:      The volume number indicates the total number of years a particular journal has been published-one volume per year. Sometimes a journal prints its volume number in Roman numerals; if this is the case, translate the volume number into Arabic (regular) numerals. The volume number is preceded by a comma and space, then followed by a comma. If no issue number is necessary (see next section), the journal title, comma and space, volume number, and comma are italicized continuously. If an issue number is present, only the journal title, comma and space, and volume number are italicized. The issue number, and the comma which follows it, is never italicized.

Volume alone

Studies in Higher Education, 25,

Volume and issue

Journal of Higher Education, 68(6),

Page Numbers:    Page numbers give the range of pages for the journal article. The first number is the first page on which the article appears; the second number is the last page of the article's text, notes or bibliography (whichever comes last). The page numbers come directly after the comma that follows the volume or issue number, and are preceded by a space, separated by a hyphen, and followed by a period.

After volume

18, 94-156.

After issue

9 (6), 221-238.

 

Other points:

1) All  manuscripts must be submitted online on the Institute web site (www.irphe.ac.ir)

2) Total number of pages should not exceed 25 typed pages. (Font: Times New Roman, Size: 12, Line space: 1.5)

3) Submission of a manuscript will be held to imply that it contains unpublished original material and that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere.

4) The Journal owns the right to edit the accepted manuscripts

5) Acknowledgement section is added to the manuscript to introduce all the individuals having roles in the preparation of the paper including writing assistants, technical and financial supporters.

6) The manuscripts are reviewed by three specialized referees selected by the editorial board. The correspondent will be informed of the review result soon.

7) The ultimate decision to publish the paper will be made by the editorial board members of the Quarterly Journal.

 

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