INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES AND ART RESEARCH
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Valuation of Incoming Articles:

Blind Referee Type

The International Journal of Human and Art Studies (Ijhar) uses the double-blind method in all studies' evaluation processes. In the double-blind method, the author and referee identities of the studies are hidden.


Initial Evaluation Process

The editors evaluate the works sent to the International Journal of Humanities and Art Researches. At this stage, studies that do not comply with the journal's purpose and scope are weak regarding language and expression rules in Turkish and English, contain scientifically critical errors, have no original value, and do not meet publication policies. The iThenticate similarity rate is generally 20%, exceeding 3% from the same source studies that are rejected. The rejected works are returned to their authors, along with their justifications. Articles deemed appropriate are reviewed by the chief editor for preliminary evaluation. Author names of the articles found appropriate are hidden and sent to the responsible editor of the relevant field. Next, the articles are sent to two referees who have accepted their works and works in the area for scientific evaluation in line with the opinion of the field editor members. Referees can also be selected from the editors. The article is sent to a third referee if one referee's report is positive and the other is negative. Two positive referee reports and domain editor approval are required to publish the article. The authors must consider the criticism, suggestions, and correction requests of the referees and editors of the field. The author may submit the referees' criticism and their reasons to the Editorial Board.

For articles that have completed their refereeing processes and have been decided to publish, the "published" information is announced through the IJHAR official website article system. However, the number of publications depends on the journal's editors and publishing principles.

Basic Writing Rules:
IJHAR has taken important decisions and changed the spelling rules since 2021.
Articles will be written directly into the article template, which can be downloaded here or from the Article Template tab. The template is prepared according to the journal rules. Modification or non-compliance is not recommended. You can delete headings that don't interest you in the article template or add subheadings without breaking the format.


Ijhar assigns a DOI number to each article. For this reason, an extended summary of 700-1000 words to be added under the articles is requested. Detailed information is in the article template.


Writing Rules for the Article Template:
General rules:
Title: It should not exceed 12 words, it should be written in bold and capital letters 14 Pt, its second language equivalent initials should be capitalized, and 12 Pt should be written in average thickness below the title. If the article is in Turkish, the second language should be English, and if the article is in English, the second language should be Turkish. Turkish dialects written in Latin letters are evaluated. The second language of these articles should be Turkish.


Author's Name: It should be written under the Article Title, the title of the job, Orcid, institution address, and e-mail information; 11 Pt should be written in bold 12 pt under the English title.


BUT: The International Journal of Human and Art Studies (Ijhar) uses the double-blind method in the evaluation process of all studies. In the double-blind method, the identities of the authors and referees of the studies are hidden. For this reason, author names remain confidential until the refereeing process is concluded. Authors should not name the article template or file extension in the first submission. Otherwise, our editors will return the article to the author.


Abstract: The purpose, method, data collection tools, and research findings should be mentioned in the abstract. Calibri font, 9 pt, justified, at least 300 words. Paragraphs should not be indented, and 6 pt spacing should be left between paragraphs. The purpose, method, data collection tools, and research findings should be mentioned in the abstract.


Keywords: It should consist of at least 3, at most, eight words. Keywords should be related to the article topic, describe the article, and be descriptive in internet searches.

introductionIn this section, the study's importance and the literature's deficiencies should be stated, the differentiating aspect of the subject from existing studies should be expressed, and then the purpose of the study should be emphasized. Then, the main outlines of the study should be emphasized to the reader by expressing the outlines of the rest of the study.
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, Normal, Justified, Paragraph Left and Right Indent 0cm, Line Spacing 1.15 Times, Pre-Paragraph 0nk, Post-Paragraph 6nk space, First Line of the Paragraph 1.25cm inside (MS Word “ First Line” type paragraph).

Heading Formatting:
Headings should not be labeled with numbers or letters. First Level Heading, Centered, Bold. The text starts as a new paragraph. The text starts as a new paragraph. The text starts as a new paragraph. 
Second Level Heading, Left Aligned, Bold The text starts as a new paragraph. The text starts as a new paragraph. The text starts as a new paragraph.
Third Level Heading, Left Aligned, Italic, Bold The text starts as a new paragraph. The text starts as a new paragraph. The text starts as a new paragraph.
Fourth Level Heading, 1.25 cm Indented, Bold, Ends in Period. The text starts on the same line and continues as a paragraph.
Fifth Level Heading, 1.25 cm Indented, Bold, Ends in Period. The text starts on the same line and continues as a paragraph.

Aim
The purpose/problem of the research should be clearly stated. Sub-objectives, sub-problems, or research hypotheses, if any, should be presented. 
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, Normal, Justified, Paragraph Left and Right Indent 0cm, Line Spacing 1.15 Times, Pre-Paragraph 0nk, Post-Paragraph 6nk space, First Line of the Paragraph 1.25cm inside (MS Word “ First Line” type paragraph).


Method
While explaining the method for quantitative research, The purpose of the study, population, sample, sampling method, data collection method, time of data collection, scales used, analysis method, programs used, etc. Issues such as these should be explained. 
Similarly, for qualitative research,
The purpose of the study, the selected qualitative research methodology, the data collection method, the participants, the time of data collection, the method of classification and analysis of the data the programs used, etc. Issues such as these should be explained.
These are examples, and the method section should be detailed depending on the nature of the study.


Research Group (Level 2 Title)
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, Normal, Justified, Paragraph Left and Right Indent 0cm, Line Spacing 1.15 Times, Pre-Paragraph 0nk, Post-Paragraph 6nk space, First Line of the Paragraph 1.25cm inside (MS Word “ First Line” type paragraph).
Data Collection Process (Level 2 Title)
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, average, justified, paragraph left and right indent 0 cm, line spacing 1.15, 0 pt space before paragraph, 6 pt space after, the first line of the paragraph should start 1.25 cm in.
 

Data Collection Tools (Level 3 Title)
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, average, justified, paragraph left and right indent 0 cm, line spacing 1.15, 0 pt space before paragraph, 6 pt space after, the first line of the paragraph should start 1.25 cm in.
Direct quotation text, Calibri, 11 points, italic, justified, paragraph indented 1cm from the right and 1cm from the left, first line 1.25 cm indented, 0pt space before the paragraph and 6pt space after the paragraph, line spacing 1.15.
 

Analysis of Data (Level 2 Heading)
Calibri font, 11 points, average, justified, paragraph left and right indent 0 cm, line spacing 1.15, 0 nk space before the paragraph, 6 pt space after it, the first line of the paragraph should start 1.25 cm in.
 

First Subheading of the Findings (3rd Level Heading)
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, average, justified, paragraph left and right indent 0 cm, line spacing 1.15, 0 pt space before paragraph, 6 pt space after, the first line of the paragraph should start 1.25 cm in.

Results
Findings obtained; It should be explained with relevant tables, figures, graphs, or pictures to support the research problem and preserve its integrity.
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, Normal, Justified, Paragraph Left and Right Indent 0cm, Line Spacing 1.15 Times, Pre-Paragraph 0nk, Post-Paragraph 6nk space, First Line of the Paragraph 1.25cm inside (MS Word “ First Line” type paragraph).

Result and Discussion
The findings should be discussed by considering the literature (citing where relevant) and including author comments. Tables, pictures, figures, etc., should not be in the conclusion section.
Article text, Calibri font, 11 points, average, justified, paragraph left and right indent 0 cm, line spacing 1.15, 0 pt space before paragraph, 6 pt space after, the first line of the paragraph should start 1.25 cm in.

References
References should be given according to APA 7th edition rules. Below are some sample representations. Works such as newspapers, magazines, encyclopedias, anthologies, novels, plays, and films, as well as short stories and poetry books, short stories, articles, book chapters, letters, conferences, speeches, interviews and personal interviews, and unpublished theses must be submitted according to APA 7th edition rules.
All sources cited in the text should also be included in the bibliography. Similarly, all sources in the bibliography must be cited in the text.
It should be written alphabetically according to the authors' surnames at the end of the source article text.


Article or Periodical Sources
Periodical sources should have a Calibri font, 11 points, average, justified, paragraph left and right indent of 0 cm, line spacing of 1.15, 0 pt space before paragraph, and 6 pt space after.
Unlike the standard text of IJHAR, the first line of the paragraph should be aligned to the left, and the following lines should start 1.25 cm in (MS Word Hanging paragraph). The name of the periodical must be in italics.
In publications with more than one author, the & sign should be used before the last author's surname in Turkish articles and other languages.


Single author periodical source:
Author's surname, initials of the author's name. (Year). Name of the article. Name of the Periodical, Volume (Number of the Periodicals), Page range. DOI Address.
Example:
Bilge, H. (2022). Examination of Turkish Teacher Candidates' Alphabet and Spelling Knowledge. International Journal of Human and Art Studies, 7 (4), 349-361. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7394230


Multi-authored periodical source:
First author's surname, initials., Second author's surname, initials. and Third author's surname, initials., (Year). Name of the article. Name of the Periodical, Volume (Number of the Periodicals), Page range.
Example:
Türk Kaya, S., Onan, C. and Uzunoğlu, M. (2022). Alternative Searches and Application Examples in Collography Technique. International Journal of Human and Art Studies, 7(4), 388-414. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7415685
Grady, J. S., Her, M., Moreno, G., Perez, C., & Yelinek, J. (2019). Emotions in storybooks: A comparison of storybooks representing ethnic and racial groups in the United States. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 8(3), 207–217. https://doi.org/10.1037/ppm0000185(Düzenlendi)Orijinali geri yükle

Books
Periodical sources should have a Calibri font, 11 points, standard, justified, paragraph left and right indent of 0 cm, line spacing of 1.15, 0 pt space before paragraph, and 6 pt space after.
Unlike the standard text of IJHAR, the first line of the paragraph should be aligned to the left, and the following lines should start 1.25 cm in (MS Word Hanging paragraph). The book's name must be italicized.
In books with more than one Author, the & sign should be used before the last Author's surname in Turkish articles and other languages.


Book with a single author:
Author's surname, initials of the Author's name. (Year). Name of the book (Print Number). Publisher. DOI Address.
Example:
Sapolsky, R. M. (2017). Behavior: Human biology at its best and worst. Penguin Books.
Jackson, L. M. (2019). The psychology of prejudice: From attitudes to social action (2nd ed.). American Psychological Association. https://doi.org/10.1037/0000168-000


Book with multiple authors:
Author's surname, Author's initials., Author's surname, Author's initials. And the Author's surname and initials. (Year). Name of the book (Print Number). Publisher.
Example:
Ahıska, M. and Yenal, Z. (2006). The Person We Are Calling Cannot Be Reached Now, Lifestyle Representations in Turkey 1980-2005. Ottoman Bank Archive and Research Center.
Wolfe, J. M., Kluender, K. R., Dennis, L. M., Bartoshuk, L. M., Herz, R. S., Lederman, S. J. & Merfeld, D. M. (2015). Sensation & perception (4th ed.). Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates.


Book Chapter:
Author's surname, initials of the Author's name. and Author's surname, Author's initials. (Year). Name of the book chapter. Name of the book (Print number) in (Volume, Page range). Publisher.


Edited Book:
First editor's surname, First editor's initials. And the second editor's surname And initials. (Ed.). (Year). Name of the book (Print number). Publisher.
Example:
Savaşir, I. and Şahin, N. H. (Ed.). (1997). Assessment in cognitive-behavioral therapies: Frequently used scales. Turkish Psychologists Association Publications.


Papers Published as Books:
Author's surname, initials of the Author's name. (Year). Name of the paper. Initials of the editor's name. Editor's surname (Ed.), Name of the Scientific Meeting (page range). Place of the meeting: Publishing House.
Example:
Eyim, A. (2006). A sociological perspective on the place and importance of scientific freedom and administrative autonomy in the structure of universities. R. Yıldız (Ed.), II. Social Sciences Education Congress (52-64). Van Yüzüncü Yıl University.

Kendiel, A. L., Jourdan, L., & Biernacki, C. (2019). Probability estimation by an adapted genetic algorithm in web insurance. In R. Battiti, M. Brunato, I. Kotsireas, & P. Pardalos (Eds.), Lecture notes in computer science: Vol. 11353. Learning and intelligent optimization (pp. 225-240). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-05348-2_21


Theses:
Author's surname, initials of the author's name. (Year). Title of the thesis [Master's thesis / doctoral thesis, University name]. Internet address or database.
Example:
Karadağ, E. (2009). Thematic and methodological examination of doctoral theses written in the field of educational sciences in Turkey: A case study [Doctoral Thesis, Marmara University]. Council of Higher Education National Thesis Center. (Thesis No: 250896).


Scientific Meeting and Symposium:
Author's surname, initials of the author's name. (Year month). Name of the oral presentation. [Verbal statement]. Name of the Scientific Meeting, City where the meeting took place. URL link if available.
Example:
Cengiz, Ö. Y. (2015, May). Change in therapist, client and therapy relationship: A schema therapy case report [Verbal report]. VII. Işık Savaşir Clinical Psychology Symposium, Ankara.


Texts in Online Environment
Regarding reliability, those with author, title, and publication date should be preferred when citing online texts as sources.
Newspaper Article:
Author's surname, initials of the author's name. (Full Release Date). Name of the article. Name of the newspaper. Internet address.
Example:
Öcal, H. (21 September 2023). It is no longer accessible for Armenians to dance. Nationality. https://www.milliyet.com.tr/yazarlar/hakki-ocal/ermeniler-icin-raks-etmek-artik-kolay-degil-7008480


Video:
Publisher's surname, initials of Publisher's name. (Full Release Date). The title of the Video is [Video]. Full Internet address
Example:
Bellofolletti. (2009, April 8). Ghost caught on surveillance camera [Video]. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dq1ms2JhYBI&feature=related


Podcast:
Publisher's surname, initials of Publisher's name. (Full Release Date). Release name [Video]. Full Internet address
Example:
Yeniçeri, Z. (2012, October 19). Superstitions and critical thinking [Audio File]. https://itunes.apple.com/tr/podcast/bat-inanclar-ve-elestirel/id438059426?i=122769979&mt=2
Meraji, S. M., & Demby, G. (Hosts). (2016–present). Code switch [Audio podcast]. National Public Radio. https://www.npr.org/podcasts/510312/codeswitch


Museum Artifact:
Artist's surname, Artist's initials. (Year). Work name. [Type: Painting, Sculpture, etc.]. Museum Name, City where the Museum is located, Country where the Museum is located. URL link if available.
Example:
Van Gogh, V. (1889). Starry night [Image]. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, United States. https://www.moma.org/learn/moma_learning/vincent-van-gogh-the-starry-night-1889/


Exhibition:
Artist's surname, First letter of the Artist's name., and Artist's surname, First letter of the Artist's name (Year). Exhibition name. [Exhibition]. The city where it is exhibited, the Country where it is exhibited. URL link if available.
Example:
Martinez, J.-L. and Douar, F. (2018–2019). Archeology goes graphic [Exhibition]. Louvre, Paris, France. https://www.louvre.fr/en/expositions/archaeology-goes-graphic

Ethics Committee Decisions (If Necessary)
In line with the decisions taken by ULAKBİM TR Index, Ethics Committee Permission is required for studies to be published starting from 2020.
https://trdizin.gov.tr/kriterler/
Whether or not ethics committee approval is required for your article, the IJHAR Ethics Committee Approval Certificate must be filled out.
https://www.ijhar.net/resources/images/Etik%20Kurul%20Onay%C4%B1.pdf


Declaration of Researchers' Contribution Rate (If there is more than one Author)
While all authors are expected to contribute during a multi-author article's planning and analysis phase, contribution rates may vary during the writing and implementation phase. The author contribution rate is determined by the responsible Author so that the total of all authors does not exceed 100%.
Sample Contribution Rate Distribution:
First Author 50%,
Second Author 25%,
The third Author contributed 20%, and others contributed 5% (Must be 100%).


Thank You (If Necessary)
Organizations and individuals who supported and contributed to the study can be thanked in this section.


Conflict Declaration
It should be stated whether material or moral benefit has been provided or not at any stage of the article.


Statement of Publication Ethics
In the entire process of this article, from planning to implementation, data collection to data analysis, all rules specified within the scope of the "Higher Education Institutions Scientific Research and Publication Ethics Directive" have been followed. None of the actions mentioned under "Actions Contrary to Scientific Research and Publication Ethics," the second part of the directive, have been carried out. Scientific, ethical, and citation rules were followed during the writing process of this research. There was no tampering with the data collected. This study has not been sent to any other academic publishing environment for evaluation.


 

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