PUBLICATION PRINCIPLES

 

PUBLICATION PRINCIPLES

Page Layout


Full text must not exceed 10 pages.


a) Articles must be typed in Microsoft Word program and page structures should be organized as follows:

 

Page Size

A4 Special

Top Margin

2,5 cm

Bottom Margin

2,5 cm

Left Margin

3 cm

Right Margin

2,5 cm

Fisrt line of each paragraph

1.25 cm

Block quotations (right and left)

1.25 cm

Font

Times New Roman

Font Type Style

Normal

 

Size of Normal Text

11

Size of Abstract

9

Size of Block Quotations

9

Size of Foot Note

9

Space Between Paragraphs

Before 0 nk, after 6 nk

Space Between Lines

1

 
b) Page numbers, details such as headers and footers must not be included in the articles.


c) The main Turkish title must be written in capital, bold letters and the English title must be written in lowercase, bold and italic. Subtitles should be written in lower case, except the first letters.


d) For Turkish word spelling, punctuation and abbreviations, the most recent edition of Turkish Language Society Spelling Dictionary should be used.


e) Footnotes should be given after the sentence.


f) In footnotes please follow “Name, Surname” order. In bibliography follow “Surname, Name” order.
Examples

In footnotes
Halil İnalcık, The Ottoman Empire: The Classical Age 1300-1600, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London 1973, p. 153.
 
Tamer Balcı, "Ottoman Balkan Heritage and the Construction of Turkish National Identity”, Journal of Ottoman Legacy Studies, Volume: 1/1, 2014, p. 65.
 
In bibliography
İnalcık, Halil, The Ottoman Empire: The Classical Age 1300-1600, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London 1973.
 
Balcı, Tamer, "Ottoman Balkan Heritage and the Construction of Turkish National Identity”, Journal of Ottoman Legacy Studies, Volume: 1/1, 2014, pp. 60-70.
 
The full name of the work must be given when used for the first time in the footnote.
Example
Halil İnalcık, The Ottoman Empire: The Classical Age 1300-1600, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London 1973, p. 153.
 
If the work will be used for the second time in the footnote, after the first letters of the author's name and surname, abbreviations such as m.w. (mentioned work, italics), m.a. (mentioned article), m.t. (mentioned thesis) are used.
Example
H. İnalcık, ibid. p. 170.

If an author’s more than one work of the same type is to be used, the names of these works must be written briefly.
Example
T. Balcı, "Ottoman Balkan Heritage...", p. 67.
T. Balcı, "Kosovo Almanias...", p. 168.