October 27, 2021

Publishing terms

Publishing terms

The journal publishes articles in three languages: Arabic, English, and French

1- The journal publishes academic research that meets the originality and scientific methodology, and that it contains the standards and criteria for preparing the research manuscript.

2- The journal is concerned with publishing scientific research in the fields of humanities, administrative sciences, and pure and applied sciences.

3- Research is subject to arbitration according to the established scientific principles.

4- The research is submitted in Arabic, English, or French to the journal’s e-mail, so that it is printed with a single space between the lines, research in Arabic [(Arial font type) (font size 14 Normal)], research in English and French [(font type Times New Roman), (font size 12 Normal)]. It should include an abstract in Arabic in addition to a summary in English or French of approximately 100 to 150 words for each one followed by the keywords. The number of pages should not exceed Searching, including shapes, drawings, tables and appendices, for (25) A4 pages. Tables and figures shall be placed in their locations and complete reference.

5- The researcher should fill in the research form with high accuracy, and his/her research should not be published or submitted to any other journal. The journal reserves the right not to publish the research if it becomes clear to it that one of the researchers has carried out any scientific theft (plagiarism).

  1. Responsibility elements should be met in the submitted research paper and sequentially, namely:
  • Bilingual summary, including keywords.

Introduction: It includes the theoretical framework for research and literature review.

The problem of the study, its questions, and objectives.

  • The significance of studying.
  • The limits of the study.
  • Conventional or procedural definitions.
  • Research methodology and procedures.
  • Discuss the findings and recommendations.
  • Resources and references.

7- The journal reserves the right to ask the author to delete or reformulate his research or any part of it in a manner commensurate with its policy in publishing, and it may make formative adjustments to the research paper that  corresponds with the nature of the journal.

8- The journal informs the researcher / researchers when the research is reviewed, and whether it is accepted for publication or not.

9- Documentation: With regard to educational sciences, and some social studies, the journal adopts the American Psychological Association (APA) guide for scientific publishing in general. To find examples of documentation in the text and list of references, please see the main website: http://apastyle.apa.org and the website: http://www.library.cornell.edu/newhelp/res_strategy/citing/apa.html.

10- In the fields of humanities that do not require the use of the APA method for documentation, the reference is indicated in the body after quoting with serial numbers in small brackets (1), (2), (3) … and so on. Then the reference is documented at the end of the research accurately including the name of the author or authors, the title of the source or reference, the publisher, the place of publication, the year of publication, and the number of the page or pages. The book, magazine, source or reference’s information must be received fully at the first time, and then it is sufficient to refer to the author’s family, book title, and page number, for example: Al-Samra, Rhythm Range (previous reference), p. 230.

11- In the fields of science, pure and applied sciences, and some areas of administrative science, the researcher is free to choose the method of documentation, provided that meets the internationally accepted scientific conditions, and the journal has the right to request any amendments to the method of documentation if it finds it necessary.

12- In the case of documentation from the internet, the link must be included, in addition to basic information, for example:

Daly, B. (1997). Writing argumentative essays. Retrieved from http://www.eslplanet.com/teachertools/argueweb/frntpage.htm

And another example

Nassar, Saleh. (2001). A Vaughan Scale study developed to gauge teachers’ attitudes toward teaching reading in subjects, research presented to the Reading and Knowledge Society conference. Cairo. Retrieved from the following link on: Today / Month / Year http://www.arabicl.org/ seerah / Vaughan1.php

13- The researcher should submit a copy of each of the research appendix (if there are appendixes for the research) such as software, tests, etc., and pledge in writing to preserve the copyrights of others and specify to the beneficiaries of the research the mechanism that can they get a copy of the code or test.

14- The journal publishes a template on its website that simulates the paper version, and the author can withdraw it on paper or transfer it by any electronic means he/she finds appropriate, and if he/she needs a paper copy stamped with the live stamp of the journal, he/she will bear the postage.

15- The copyrights of the research and its publication shall be transferred to the New Journal of Human Knowledge Research upon notifying the researcher of the acceptance of his research paper for publication, and he shall not be entitled to send his research to any other periodical without the written consent of the journal.

16- Determine whether the research is taken from a master’s thesis or a doctoral thesis, and clarify this in the margins of the title page and fully document it.

17- What is stated in this journal expresses the opinions of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the views of the editorial board, the journal, or the source issuing it.

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