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Author Guideline

Author Guideline

Thank you for choosing to submit your article to The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science. These instructions will ensure that we can proceed smoothly from review to publication of your article.

The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science accepts the Original Research Articles, Review Articles and Letters to The Editor.

Manuscript must be written in Turkish with English abstract or completely in English. Researchers who need language support can contact the editors.

Before submitting your work to The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science, please ensure that it aligns with the aims and scope of the journal. Also, read the ethical responsibilities in detail. By submitting your article to The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science, you are assuming all ethical responsibilities related to your article.

After your article is received through the online submission system, its compliance with the purpose, scope, and writing rules of the journal will be checked. Inappropriate articles will not be included in the publication process and will be returned to the authors. After it is decided that the article is suitable for the journal’s purposes, scope and the journal’s writing rules, the similarity rate of the article will be determined (iThenticate). The upper limit of the similarity rate of our journal is 30% for review studies and 20% for research articles. After it is determined that the similarity rate of the article is within the determined limits, the review process will be started.

Structure Style Guidelines

You can access the sample Title Page here and the sample Main Text page here.

Your article should be organized in the following order: Title Page, Abstract, Keywords, Main Text (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion), Acknowledgments, Declaration of Interest Statement, Author Contribution Statement, References, and Appendices (Tables, Figures, etc.).

The word limit for original research articles in this journal is 4000 words. This limit applies to the main text (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion) only. Tables and references are not included in this limit. Review studies, however, do not have a word limit.

Please use Times New Roman font in size 12 with double-line spacing for the article's text. Maintain 2.5cm (1 inch) margins on all sides.

If your article is accepted for publication, the manuscript will be further formatted and typeset in the correct style for the journal.

Title Page

The title page of the manuscript:

The title of the manuscript must be in 14-point bold font.

Please provide the names, surnames, ORCID numbers, affiliations, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and, if available, Twitter account profiles of all authors.

Clearly identify the corresponding author.

Indicate the source(s) of support in the form of grants equipment, drugs, or all of these.

If the article has been presented at a congress or symposium, please state the place and date of the presentation.

If the article derived from a thesis, the thesis name, university, date, and city information should be clearly stated.

Include information such as Acknowledgments, Declaration of Interest Statement, and Author Contribution Statement on the Title Page.

Until the article is accepted for publication, the main text, tables, figures, and video documents should not include any information about the authors. Ethics committee approval numbers or permission numbers should be masked (e.g., no: ********-**/.**).

Upload the title page independently to the article uploading system, ensuring that it does not contain any information that would identify the authors in the main text.

Main Text

Upload the main text independently to the article upload system, separate from the title page. The main text should not contain any information that would identify the authors.

Title: You should choose a concise, informative, and impressive title for your article that is not too long. The title should be written in bold and capital letters.

Abstract: The abstract should not exceed 250 words and should not include references, figures, or table numbers. Abbreviations should not be used in abstracts. Briefly explain the problem, methodology, significant findings, and main conclusion of the research. The abstract should consist of four parts describing the purpose, method, results, and conclusion. Results should indicate key frequencies, percentages, and findings.

Keywords: Keywords are important for discoverability as they help readers find your article. Keywords should consist of five or six words that address the entire article.

Headings: Use the following guide to indicate the level of section titles in your article:

• First-level headings (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, References) should be written in bold and capital letters.

• Second level headings should be written in bold, and the first letter of each word should be capitalized only.

• Third level headings should be written in italics and bold, and the first letter of each word should be capitalized only.

• Fourth level headings should be written in italics and bold, with only the first letter of the heading capitalized.

• Fifth level headings should be written in italics and bold, and only the first letter of the heading should be capitalized. The text follows immediately after a full stop (full point) or other punctuation mark.

Tables and Figures: Show clearly in the article text where the tables and figures should appear, for example, by writing [Table 1 near here]. The position you set during the layout work can be changed by the relevant editor.

Include tables and figures in the appendices at the end of the text. Tables and figures should be designed in accordance with the APA Style, without the use of vertical lines. The explanatory texts of the tables (table order, name, abbreviations, etc.) should be placed above the tables, and the explanatory texts of the figures should be under the figures.

References: The references section includes all works cited throughout the text. American Psychological Association (APA) 7th edition style is essential for publication in The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science.

You can use a reference editing application (Mendeley Zotero, EndNote etc.) to organize and create your references, or you can create and edit your references manually by reviewing the guide below.

Journal Article Models

One author:

Author, A. (year). Title of the journal article. Journal Title, volume(issue), page number. https://doi.org/DOI

Ölmez, C. (2020). Development of performance evaluation scale. The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science, 10(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.5552/se.2020.20099

Ölmez (2019) [in-text]; (Ölmez, 2019) [in parentheses]

Two authors:

Author, A., & Author, B. B. (year). Title of the journal article. Journal Title, volume(issue), page number. https://doi.org/DOI

Hintle, O, & McMenty, A. (1998). How cells make contact. The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science, 283(3), 104–123.  https://doi.org/10.5552/se.2020.20099

Hintle and McMenty (1998) [in-text]; (Hintle & McMenty, 1998) [in parentheses]

Three to twenty authors:

Author, A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. (year). Title of the journal article. Journal Title, volume(issue), page number. https://doi.org/DOI

Ölmez, C.; Üçüncü, N; Aksoy, E., Bianco, A., Mancuso, E. P., & Patti, A. (2020). Development of taekwondo kyorugi performance evaluation scale. The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science, 10(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.5552/se.2020.20099

Ölmez et al. (2020) [in-text]; (Ölmez et al., 2020) [in parentheses]

In-press article:

DOI number must be written.

Author, A. A., Author, B. B., Author, C. C., Author, D. D., Author, E. E., & Author, F. (in press). Title of the journal article. Journal Title. Doi.

Ölmez, C.; Üçüncü, N; Aksoy, E., Bianco, A., Mancuso, E. P., & Patti, A. (in press). Development of taekwondo performance evaluation scale. The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science. . https://doi.org/10.1038/30515

Sözen et al. (in press) [in-text]; (Sözen et al., in press) [in parentheses]

Book Models

One author:

Author, A. (year). Title of the book. City: Publisher Name.

Cevahir, J. (2005). International Anatolia Sport Science. Ankara: Scene Medicine.

Cevahir (2005) [in-text]; (Cevahir, 2005) [in parentheses]

Two authors:

Author, A., & Author, B. (year). Title of the book. City: Publisher Name

Cevahir, J., & Ince, K. (2005). International Anatolia Sport Science. Ankara: Scene Medicine.

Cevahir and Ince (2005) [in-text]; (Cevahir & Ince, 2005) [in parentheses]

Three to twenty authors:

Author, A., Author, B., & Author, C. (year). Title of the book. City: Publisher Name.

Olmez, C.; Ucuncu, N; Aksoy, E., Bianco, A., Mancuso, E. P., & Patti, A. (2020). Development of taekwondo kyorugi performance evaluation scale. Ankara: Scene Medicine.

Olmez et al. (2020) [in-text]; (Olmez et al., 2020) [in parentheses]

Book with Editor:

Author, A. (Ed.). (year). Title of the book. City: Publisher Name.

Aksoy, E. (Ed.). (2020). Development of kyorugi performance evaluation scale. Ordu: Anatolia Sport.

Aksoy (2020) [in-text]; (Aksoy, 2020) [in parentheses]

Book Chapter Models

Author, A., Author, B., & Author, C. (year). Title of the book chapter. In E. Surname (Ed.), Title of the book (pp. xxx–xxx). City: Publisher Name.

Hinkle, P., McCarty, R., & Cool, S. (1978). Cells and biology. In C. Aksoy (Ed.), How cells in the body make ATP (pp. 251-300). Ordu: Anatolia Publication.

Hinkle et al. (1978) [in-text]; (Hinkle et al., 1978) [in parentheses]

Conference/ Symposium Proceedings

Author, A., Author, B., & Author, C. (year). Title of the article presentation. Paper presented at the X Conference, Institution, City.

Katz, A., Sahlin, K., Alp, C. (1999). Regulation of lactic acid during exercise. Paper presented at the X. Sport Sciences Conference, Ordu University, Ordu.

Katz (1999) [in-text]; (Katz. 1999) [in parentheses]

Dissertation and Thesis Models

Unpublished doctoral dissertation:

Author, A. (year). Title of the dissertation [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Institution Name, City.

Olmez, C. (2021). Taekwondo training in schools [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Ordu University, Ordu.

Olmez (2021) [in-text]; (Olmez, 2021) [in parentheses]

Unpublished master’s thesis:

Author, A. (year). Title of the dissertation [Unpublished master’s thesis]. Institution Name, City.

Olmez, C. (2021). Taekwondo training in schools [Unpublished master’s thesis]. Ordu University, Ordu.

Olmez (2021) [in-text]; (Olmez, 2021) [in parentheses]

Using Third-Party Material

The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science requires that a Copyright Transfer Form be attached to every submission. In addition, authors must obtain necessary permissions to reuse third-party materials in their articles. If any non-copyrighted material is included, written permission from the copyright holder must be obtained before submitting the article. The legal and financial responsibility regarding third-party materials belongs to the author(s).

Submitting Your Article

By submitting an article to the Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science, all authors indicate that they have read and accepted the journal's publication policies and publication ethics. To submit an article to the Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science, click on the Submit Article link at https://jiasscience.com (Only articles submitted in this way are processed).

Publication Charges

Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science does not charge any fees to authors for submitting or publishing articles in our journal.

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