1 General Requirements
All submissions must conform to the requirements of the APA (American Psychological Association). Authors are responsible for the accuracy of references and citations, which must be in APA format.
1.1. Language and Numbers
Please write your text in proper English; American or British usage is accepted, but not a mixture of both.
1.2. Length of Paper
Journal articles and case studies should be between 3,000 and 8,000 words.
Book Reviews should not exceed 1500 words.
Reports and critiques should not exceed 3000 words.
1.3 Title Page
To guarantee the integrity of the peer review process, reviewing will be anonymous.
When authors submit their manuscripts, authors' identities should be removed from them.
Titles should be concise and informative. Titles are often used in information-retrieval systems. If you choose to have a subtitle, it should be italicized and centered directly below the main title.
2.1 Authors’ Names and Affiliations
first name, middle initial(s), and last name should be provided. The authors’ affiliation identifies the location of the author(s) at the time the research was conducted which is usually an institution. Affiliation should be cleared stated. No more than one affiliations per author is provided. The names of the authors should appear in the order of their contributions. a complete mailing address should be provided only for the corresponding author for communication
3. Preparation of Text
Submitted manuscripts should be in the following order:
Title; abstract; keywords, introduction; methods; results; discussion; conclusion; acknowledgements; references; appendix
3.1 General Rules for Text
Font: Times New Roman; Size: 12 pt ( Tilts ,14pt)
Paragraph Spacing: Above paragraph — 0 pt.; below paragraph — 12 pt
Line Spacing: fixed, 12 pt
Heading: There are 5 heading levels in APA
A concise, brief and accurate abstract is required (between 250-300 words). The abstract should state briefly the purpose of the research, the principal results, and major conclusions. An abstract is often presented separately from the article, so it must be able to stand alone. References should therefore be avoided, but, if essential, they must be cited in full in the abstract, without relying on the reference list.
The abstract should, in the briefest terms possible, describe the:
1- General Topic – Usually about one sentence describing the topic investigated and why it is important.
2- Scope - One or two sentences describing the specific question being addressed or relationship investigated.
3- Method -One or two sentences describing analytical methods.
4- Principal findings - One or two sentences explaining the principle finding. Be specific and state only main point(s).
5- Conclusions- A single sentence that summarizes what you found out from results or relationship investigated.
3.3 An Arabic version of the abstracts
Upon receiving the initial acceptances, authors are responsible to provide an Arabic version of the abstracted. It is the author's responsibility to make sure that the Arabic translated abstract is a correct and honest translation.
Provide a maximum of 8 keywords immediately after the abstract
4. DOIs in References
The journal/publisher encourages authors to cite those items (journal articles, conference proceedings, book chapters, technical reports, working papers, dissertations, etc.) that have DOIs. When the cited items have DOIs, the authors should add DOI persistent links to the regular references. The DOI persistent links should be the last elements in the references. The persistent links should be active
Format of persistent link: http://dx.doi.org/+DOI
Example of persistent link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/2.901164 The authors or editors may retrieve articles’ DOIs at http://www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/.
You can register a free account to start retrieving articles’ DOIs. CrossRef allows you to check multiple references.