Information For Authors

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        Authors who interest in this journal, we would like to recommend that you have to register with the journal prior to submitting or, and already registered, can simply log in and begin the five-step process of online submission. An author should read through our Editorial policies.


1. Title of study: This section includes the research title, author(s), institutional affiliation and the email address of the author.   a) Title: concise and informative without using acronyms b)   Author(s): first name, middle initial and last name along with highest academic degree(s);  c) Institutional affiliation(s): write organizational affiliation of each author, and assign an individual super-scripted numbers for each author’s name and institutional affiliation, and d) The corresponding authors’ email address. 
2. Running Head: The running head should be a shortened version of the title of your paper, no more than 50 characters long (including spaces) in uppercase letters. The running head is typed in the HEADER at the top left of each page. The label “Running head:” that precedes the running head on the title page is not included in the 50character count.
3. Abstract: A structured abstract should be no longer than 250 words, with writing sequence that includes the following parts:    a)  Objectives: brief statement of the purpose of the study;     b) Methods: the summary of the participants,research design, samples selection, setting, measures, and procedures;     c) Results: primary findings of the research; and d) Conclusions: statement of implications of the study.
4. Keywords: Important words/concepts found in your paper that allow other researchers/authors to find your paper when performing a topic search. Which journal allow 1-5 words. The Keywords would be from Title, Abstract or in Contents.
5. Introductions: This provides a context or background of the study; the importance of the study, also it states the knowledge gap and/or benefits of the study.
6. Objectives: states the specific purposes or research objectives. However, usages of pertinent references are strongly advised.
7. Methods: This includes study design selection and description of participants; identification of research methods, apparatus, and procedures; and, statistical instruments used.
8. Results: This presents your results in a logical sequence using text, tables, and illustrations by giving the main or most important findings first. Each table and figure should be numbered consecutively. Tables/figures should follow these specifications: (a) caption and content must be in English only, and (b) captions/titles must be placed above it. 
       In addition, numbers in- text and in a table should be reported consistently using the same format throughout the whole article.