Ethics for Publishing
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Submissions to International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies must include all authors’ names in the correct order. No author names can be added after submission. If an exclusion of an author’s name or a change in the order of authors are requested, a written and signed (by all of the authors) request form must be sent.
Conflict of Interest
Authors hold the full responsibility for submitted manuscripts to International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies. If there is a conflict of interest with other person(s), organization(s), or institution(s), this should be stated before evaluation process is started.
Manuscripts submitted to International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies must be original and have not been fully or partly published before. All submissions go through plagiarism/uniformity control process in multiple software. It should be noted that uniformity with the author(s) previous work is also considered plagiarism. Submissions with plagiarist acts are rejected and are not accepted again.
Author(s) must accept that the content, the findings, and the conclusions of the submitted manuscripts does not bind the Owner, the Editor, the Assistant Editor, Editorial Board Members, or Scientific Committee Members of International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies (IJOCIS).
Author(s) must declare that the submitted manuscripts to International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies are original and have not been published previously or are under consideration of publication elsewhere.
Author(s) must confirm that Eğitim Programları ve Öğretim Derneği as the Owner of International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies retains all the copyrights unconditionally and indefinitely to distribute the articles published by International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies due course of Intellectual Property Law, Article 22, Act 5846; to share publicly due course of Article 23; and to hold full rights of communication related to the published article anytime, anywhere and via any means due course of Article 25 of Intellectual Property Law.
Global or Self Plagiarism
Authors cannot use other researchers’ opinions or thoughts as their own. Similarly, authors cannot use thoughts, opinions, and parts of research from their own previous work without citing properly.
International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies publishes articles in Turkish and English. Authors are required to prepare their submission following the steps in the journal’s web site and submit the files prepared using the template. Information about authors, institutions, or organizations should not be included in the submission manuscript. Submissions should be done in a single file for both Turkish and English versions. Submissions of the authors of other nations will be evaluated on English version during the review process and Turkish version will be required after acceptance.
There is no Word limit for submissions.
An abstract should be between 150 and 250 words. Statistical procedures and references should not be included in the abstract if not essential.
3 to 5 key words should be added. The key words should not be too general or too specific and should not exceed 3 words each.
Detailed information about headings is given in the template. Headings should not be numbered and should follow a similar pattern as shown in the template.
Submission files should be sent in Ms Word 2010 and later, necessary symbols should be added using add symbol command not as pictures.
Table formatting is shown in the template. When referring to tables, use “Table 1/table 2, etc.” instead of using expressions such as “the table below/above, etc.”.
Figure formatting is shown in the template. When referring to figures, use “Figure 1/Graph 2, etc.” instead of using expressions such as “the figure below/above, etc.”. Pictures should be at least at 300 dpi resolution.
Numbers between 0-1 should be in text format within text (except for findings). Numbers should also be avoided at the beginning of sentences and text form should be used (in text. Eleventh century… etc.). Numeric data should be given in decimals both in text and in tables, figures, etc. (e.g., 11.25, 24.00). Whole numbers should be given using double zero (e.g., 12.00) and divisions for all numbers should be given using full stop.
Acknowledgements should be added after acceptance and placed right before References. This part should not be included in the submission version before acceptance.
Referencing format for both Turkish and English versions of the manuscript should be APA 6th edition. Detailed information is shown in referencing template.