AUTHOR GUIDELINE

1- Articles submitted to JEMSOS should be original contributions and should not be published previously or should not be under consideration for any other publication at the same time. If another version of the paper is under consideration by any other publication, or has been, or will be published elsewhere, authors should inform the journal editors at the time of submission.

2- Every single article sent to JEMSOS is analysed with plagiarism program named iThenticate. At the end of analyse, the studies which indicate plagiarism more than %30 are eliminated without taking into consideration.

3- If a submitted article is selected for publication, its copyright will be transferred to JEMSOS. Published papers can be cited by giving the necessary bibliographical information. For re-publication of any article in full-text permission must be sought from the editors.

4- All submissions are subject to a double blind peer review. If one of the referees makes a negative revision about the article, then the article is sent to the third referee. In this case the report of the third referee is taken into consideration.

5- Authors bear responsibility for their studies. Statements of fact or opinion appearing in JEMSOS are solely those of the authors and do not imply endorsement by the journal.

6- Submissions whether they are published or not are not returned.

7- The authors are principally obliged to sign up by clicking the button “Online Submission”. After the activation of the membership, the members can send their studies via using the same panel. JEMSOS rejects the studies sent via mail.

8- The studies and articles for JEMSOS have to be formatted according to the sample template.

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9- Margins: 3 cm from left and top side of paper should be left blank, and, 2,5 cm from right and bottom side of paper should be left blank as well.

10- Page Numbers: Page numbers should be used according to the template without symbols such as parenthesis, line, etc.

11- Articles should have at least (minimum) 4.000 words and at most (maximum) 7.000 words including footnotes. Book reviews should be within 1.500-2.000 words. Event review needs to be within 2000 – 3000 words with footnotes.

12- The studies have to be prepared by Microsoft Office Word program and written in Times New Roman with 1,5 spacing. The body text should be 12 point, and, footnotes should be 10 point with single spacing.

13- Studies have to be aligned both side.

14- In studies, the abstract and keywords must be added both in English and Turkish. Each abstract must be approximately of 100-150 words, and the number of the key words must be 5 both in English and Turkish.

15- At the end of the works, there must be a bibliography part in which the used references are arranged in an alphabetic order.

16- While preparing the bibliography, the references which are quoted from a website should be shown at the end of bibliography.

17- The studies need to include at most double subtitle system. Each subtitle begins with a TAB inward. First subtitle should be written bold and second subtitle should be written bold and italic. Numbers should be used in subtitles. (Example: 1.1, 2.1)

18- The expressions to be emphasized in article should be used with double-qoute as in the example of “OECD”.

19- Footnote system is used in JEMSOS.

20- The first references of the resources used in the preparation of the article should be arranged according to the JEMSOS Authors’ guideline. 

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21- APA system is used in JEMSOS footnote and bibliography preparation system. To get more information about APA, web sites such www.apastyle.org  and www.apa.org can be used.



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