Instructions (Authors Guide online)

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Dear author, please send us your manuscript through our website. Submissions will be first assessed regarding this Guideline. So please read it carefully and make sure the manuscript is structured as requested. If the structure of the manuscript is right, the manuscript will be subject to a double blind peer review. Each manuscript will be reviewed by at least two reviewers. The final approval will be granted by the Editorial Board.
Manuscript structure
Please note that:
  • The manuscript sent to us must not be already published or simultaneously sent to other journals.
  • Articles must be in English with a proper academic language.
  • The final approval for all the manuscript is authorized by the editorial board.
  • The authors are responsible for the context represented in the manuscript.
  • Using the articles published in this journal is allowed only if cited properly.
  • All the authors must sign the copyright form.
  • Structure checklist:
  • Title: Should be informative with less than 120 characters.
  • Short title: Should be less than 50 characters.
  • Names: Should appear in order confirmed in the copyright form.
  • Affiliations: Degree/Position, Department, Faculty/School, University/Institute, City, Country
  • Abstract: 300 words of unstructured summary. 
  • Keywords: 3 to 7, listed in alphabetical order.
Original Article
Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Conflict of Interest, References (more than 25)

Review Article
Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Conflict of Interest, References (more than 30; more than 10 of the references must belong to the author)

Case Report
Abstract, Introduction, Case Report, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Conflict of Interest, References (10 to 30)

Short Article
Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Acknowledgements, Conflict of Interest, References (15 to 20)

Letter to Editor
Non-structured 1000 words starting with the phrase “Dear Editor”, going to next line discussing the matter following by the Acknowledgements, Conflict of Interest and References (less than 10)

Each part of the manuscript include certain subjects:
 
  • Introduction: Succinct, with no subheadings containing information about; the main subject and background, the importance, hypothesis and aim of the study.
  • Methodology: This section may be divided by subheadings. This section should contain sufficient details about; time, place, samples and sampling, data gathering tools and methods, tests and tools for tests.
  • Results: This section may be divided by subheadings. Footnotes should not be used and have to be transferred to end of the text after the “Conflict of Interest”. This section contains reports of the findings, figures, graphs (which are considered figures) and tables. Please report only the most important findings and not all of them.
  • Discussion: This section may be divided by subheadings. Discussions should cover the key findings of the study: discuss any prior art related to the subject so to place the novelty of the discovery in the appropriate context; discuss the potential short-comings and limitations on their interpretations; discuss their integration into the current understanding of the problem and how this advances the current views; speculate on the future direction of the research and freely postulate theories that could be tested in the future.
  • Conclusion: This section is limited to one or at most two paragraphs. No new information is ever presented in this section.
  • Acknowledgments: This is a short text to acknowledge the contributions of specific colleagues, institutions, or agencies that aided the efforts of the authors.
A Conflict of Interest Statement needs to be included at the end of the manuscript before the references. Here, the authors need to declare whether or not the submitted work was carried out in the presence of any personal, professional or financial relationships that could potentially be construed as a conflict of interest.
  •  All must be presented in APA Style.
Reference list:
  • Provide the names of the first six authors followed by et al. and doi when available.
In-text citations should be called according to the surname of the first author, followed by the year. For works by 2 authors include both surnames, followed by the year. For works by more than 2 authors include only the surname of the first author, followed by et al., followed by the year. For Humanities and Social Sciences articles please include page numbers in the in-text citations.
Article in A Print Journal:
Sondheimer, N., and Lindquist, S. (2000). Rnq1: an epigenetic modifier of protein function in yeast. Mol. Cell. 5, 163-172.
Article in An Online Journal:
Tahimic, C.G.T., Wang, Y., Bikle, D.D. (2013). Anabolic effects of IGF-1 signaling on the skeleton. Front. Endocrinol. 4:6. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2013.00006
Article or Chapter in A Book:
Sorenson, P. W., and Caprio, J. C. (1998). "Chemoreception," in The Physiology of Fishes, ed. D. H. Evans (Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press), 375-405.
Book:
Cowan, W. M., Jessell, T. M., and Zipursky, S. L. (1997). Molecular and Cellular Approaches to Neural Development. New York: Oxford University Press.
Website:
Satalkar, B. (2010, July 15). Water aerobics. Retrieved from http://www.buzzle.com
 
The Word file checklist:
  •  Times New Roman 12
  • All the pages must be numbered
  • Figures must be have referenced and cited in the text (only figures with the format of JPEG and 300 dpi are accepted)
  • All figures must have number and legends.
  • All graphs are considered as figures.
  • All tables must be numbered with captions.
 
All the manuscripts will be edited by the journal and will be sent to the author(s) for confirmation. Those manuscripts that are not confirmed by the deadline are considered as confirmed.  
Open Access & Copyright

All articles are published with open access under the CC-BY Creative Commons attribution license (the current version is CC-BY, version 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). This means that the author(s) retain copyright, but the content is free to download, distribute and adapt for commercial or non-commercial purposes, given appropriate attribution to the original article.
Upon submission, author(s) grant the journals published by “The Research Institute and Cultural Heritage and Tourism” an exclusive license to publish, including to display, store, copy and reuse the content. The CC-BY Creative Commons attribution license enables anyone to use the publication freely, given appropriate attribution to the author(s) and citing the original publisher. The CC-BY Creative Commons attribution license does not apply to third-party materials that display a copyright notice to prohibit copying. Unless the third-party content is also subject to a CC-BY Creative Commons attribution license, or an equally permissive license, the author(s) must comply with any third-party copyright notices.

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