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PUBLICATION PRINCIPLES

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VAN YÜZÜNCÜ YIL UNIVERSITY

THE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES INSTITUTE

PUBLICATION PRINCIPLES AND SPELLING RULES

GENERAL PRINCIPLES

1. The Journal of Social Sciences Institute, the media organ of Van Yüzüncü Yıl University the Institute of Social Sciences, is an international refereed journal and is published 4 issues (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter) annually. Special issues, except mentioned ones, may also be published when necessary.

  1. Van Yüzüncü Yıl University The Journal of Social Sciences Institute is an academic journal that publishes unique scientific studies on all areas of social sciences. For this purpose, the articles sent to the journal must not have been previously published in another publication or accepted for publication. Assertions provided at scientific meetings may be accepted provided that this is clearly indicated.
  2. While the written language of the journal is Turkish, articles written in languages such as English, Arabic, German, French and Russian are also accepted. The acceptance of written articles except these languages depends on the decision of the Editorial Board.
  3. Articles sent to the journal should be at least 4000, at most 8000 words, including preface, abstracts, citations, references, and attachments.
  4. Authors who want to send articles to Van Yüzüncü Yıl University The Journal of Social Sciences Institute should upload their articles to http://www.yyusbedergisi.com/ or http://dergipark.gov.tr/yyusbed by becoming a member. The complete information about the author/authors and articles must be included in the system. However, since the article is sent to the referees through the system, the file uploaded to the system should not contain any decryption information for the identity of the author(s). Information about the author/authors will be taken from the system and added to the article after the referee process is completed.

6. The submission of the article to the website of Van Yüzüncü Yıl University The Journal of Social Sciences Institute is accepted as an application for publication and the evaluation process of the work is started.In multi-authored articles, since it is assumed that the authors accept the transfer of copyrights to those who upload the article to the system, the Editorial Board does not request individual copyright rights from the authors. Responsibility in this respect belongs to the author who uploads the article.

  1. In the articles that the referees report as "Can be published after making corrections", necessary corrections should be made by author/authors and the article should be uploaded to the system in its final form.
  2. Van Yüzüncü Yıl University The Journal of Social Sciences Institute reserves the right to edit, post, or not to post any articles submitted.
  3. Copyrights of the articles sent to Van Yüzüncü Yıl University The Journal of Social Sciences Institute for publication are transferred to the journal. These articles cannot be published, copied or used without reference in another media organ without permission from the journal administration. Also, copyright fee is not paid to author/authors.
  4. The juridical, scientific and ethical responsibility of the articles published in the journals belongs to the author/authors. The Editorial Board and the team do not accept any probable legal liability.

REVIEW PROCESS11. The articles sent to Van Yüzüncü Yıl University The Journal of Social Sciences Institute are first reviewed by the editor in terms of compliance with the publication principles and the spelling rules of the journal. Noncompliant articles are returned to the author/authors for necessary corrections.12. Peer double blind process is started for the articles that comply with the publishing principles of the journal. In accordance with the opinion of the members of the Editorial Board, the article is sent two referees that are well known for their studies and works with the related field.13. Articles that don’t comply with the publishing principlesaren’t sent to the referee.14. In order to publish the articles, it is required to receive a positive report from the referees. Scientific principles to be considered in such a report are as follows;    a) Research Methods    b) Subject integrity    c) Scientific originality    d) The dominance of the terminology of the relevant discipline,    e) To be able to see the old and new studies with the related topics    f) Convenience and adequacy in the resources available    g) To be able to evaluation and reach the result,    h) Contribution to the field    i) Language dominance / intelligibility, fluency.15. After the peer review process of the referee, the articles receive two positive reports are deserved to be published. If one of the referee’s reports is positive and the other is negative, the article will be sent to a third referee. The publication of the work is determined according to the third referee’s report.16. The articles receive the negative report from referees aren’t published or returned to the author/authors.

17. The names of the referees and authors are mutually kept confidential. Under no circumstances is the name of the author sent to the referees, and the names of the referees are not disclosed to the authors.

18. The authors consider the criticism, recommendation and correction requests of the referees and the Editorial Board. If they disagree with them, they have the right to object to their reasons.

GUIDELINES

  1. Articles sent to the Van Yüzüncü Yıl University The Journal of Social Sciences Institute for publication should start with Turkish (Öz) and English (Abstract) abstracts consisting of minimum 150 and maximum 200 words. The Abstracts should not include elements such as source, shape, chart etc. Keywords including at least 3 words and at most 6 words should appear at the end of the abstract.
  2. APA should be used as the citation reference system. The footnote should not be used in in-text citations. Footnotes should be referred only for explanations and footnotes should be numbered.
  3. In terms of marking and punctuation, the current Imprint Manual of the Turkish Language Association should be taken as a basis, except in compulsory cases.
  4. The articles uploaded to the journal system should be prepared in Microsoft Word and should be arranged in accordance with the following rules:

Paper Size                                           A4 Vertical

Top Edge Space                                  2,5 cm

Bottom Edge Space                            2,5 cm

Left Edge Space                                 2,5 cm

Right Margin                                     2,5 cm

Font                                                   Times New Roman

Font Style                                           Normal

Font Size (Title and Text)                   11

Font Size (Abstracts)                          10

Font Size (Footnote)                            9

Table-Graphic                                                10

Paragraph Space                                 First 6 nk, Then 0 nk

Line Space                                          Single (1)

  1. In the case of using a font unavailable in Microsoft Word, the font file must be uploaded to the system along with the article.
  2. The articles should not include details such as page number, header, and footer.
  3. The title of the article should be written in CAPITAL letters and bold. The other headings in the article should be bold and only the first letter of each word should be capitalized.
  4. The bibliography must appear at the end. References should be arranged in alphabetical order according to surnames of all contributing authors, and surname and first name of the authors should be written in lower case letters.

Citing Rules :

1. A book, an article or any sources list one author and if there is no expression about the writer in your text; the name of the author's last name, comma, the publication date, colon, and page no appear in the reference parenthesis (as in example1).

2. A book, an article or any sources list one author and if you named the author before the parenthesis in your text, the writer’s name or last name will not be used in the reference parenthesis as in examples 2,3.

One Author Resources

  1.       Examples of in-sentence formation

If there is no expression about the writer in your text

1. … (Vural, 2004: 27)’de belirtildiği üzere eğitimde planlama yapmak geleceği tasarlamanın önemli unsurlarından biridir.

If you named the author before the parenthesis in your text

2. Eğitim sorunlarına değinen Sever (2003: 27 – 29) sorunların çözümlenmesi için kapsamlı çalışmaların yapılması gerektiğini vurgulamaktadır.

If there is no expression about the writer in your text

3. Vural (2007: 78), günümüzde çevre kirliliğinin önemli bir sorun olduğunu belirtmektedir.

 b.      Examples of sentence end formation

If there is no expression about the writer in your text

… Nüfus artış hızı işsizliğin temel gerekçeleri arasında sayılabilir (Sever, 2008: 145).

If there is no expression about the writer in your text and, citing more works of author

… İnternet bağımlılığı, çağımızın önemli bir sorunudur (Ceyhan, 2008: 15; Ceylan, 2005: 20).

 

Two Authors Resources:

When any source lists two authors, your in-text citations should consist of the last names of both authors, the publication date, and page number(s).a.      Example of in-sentence formation

If the author’s or  authors’ name(s) are in your text

Güven ve Kürüm (2006: 86)’de belirtildiği üzere eğitimde planlama yapmak geleceği tasarlamanın önemli unsurlarından biridir.

 

b.      Example of sentence end formation

 If the author’s or  authors’ name(s) are named in your text

… Eğitimde planlama yapmak geleceği tasarlamanın önemli unsurlarından biridir. (Güven ve Kürüm, 2006: 86).

 

Three or More Author ResourcesWhen citing any source which has three or more authors;  the reference should consist of the surnames of all the authors clearly by separating them with a comma. But in later citing of the same source is done by using the first author's surname and “et al.”(vd.)        For The First Usage:a.       Example of in-sentence / end-sentence formation

If the authors’ names are in your text

 … Çardak, Ceylan ve Güven (2008: 206) çevrimiçi derslerin etkililiğini sağlama da etkileşim öğelerinin büyük rol oynadığını belirlemiştir.

If the authors’ names are not in your text

… Çevrimiçi derslerin etkililiğini sağlama da etkileşim öğelerinin büyük rol oynadığı belirlenmiştir (Çardak vd., 2008: 206).

 

 For The Subsequent Usage:

a.      Example of in-sentence / end-sentence formation

If the authors’ names are in your text

 … Çardak vd. (2008: 206) çevrimiçi derslerin etkililiğini sağlama da etkileşim öğelerinin büyük rol oynadığını belirlemiştir.

If the authors’ names are not in your text

… Çevrimiçi derslerin etkililiğini sağlama da etkileşim öğelerinin büyük rol oynadığı belirlenmiştir (Çardak vd., 2008: 206).

 

Resources of unknown writers

Resources of unknown writers: In in-text citations, short article title that is in quotation marks, and the date has taken place. When article titles are long, Just the first word or two words of the title are used.

Example of a reference given at the end of the Sentence:In-text formation

… (“Uzaktan Eğitimde Yaşanan Sorunlar”, 2003: 56).

 Authors who have the same surname in the same reference.If the sources belong to the authors who have the same surnames, then the initials of the first names of the first authors' are given before the last name of the authors for each resource as in the example.

      a. Example of in-sentence formation

If the authors’ names are in your text

A. Ceyhan (1990: 56) ve E. Ceyhan’ın (1998: 124–125) çalışmalarında ifade ettikleri gibi, …

 

b.      Example of end-sentence formation

If the authors’ names are not in your text

… ifade edilmektedir (A. Ceyhan, 1990: 56 ve E. Ceyhan, 1998: 124, 125).

 The Works Has Written by The Same AuthorWhen quoting from two or more sources written by the same author, the surname of the author is written once and the years of printing of the sources are separated by a semicolon. In the ranking, it is preferable to make a ranking from old to new.

  1.       Example of in-sentence formation
If the author’s names are in your text

Adıgüzel’in (1991: 142; 2006: 298) araştırmalarında…

 b.      Example of end-sentence formation

If the author’s names are not in your text… belirtilmektedir (Terzi, 2003: 251; 2005: 64).

The works having the same date and  same author

When formatting a reference for the works of the same author, which published in the same year, a, b, c... small letters is used after the date of publication. (a, b, c, …)

  1.       Example of in-text formation
If the author’s names are in your text

Balaban, ( 2004a: 23; 2004b: 200) ekonomik yapının düzelmesindeki en önemli faktörlerin ….

 

  1.       Example of in-text formation
If the author’s names are not in your text

Bazı araştırmalarda (Balaban, 2004a: 23; 2004b: 200) ekonomik yapının düzelmesindeki en önemli faktörlerin ….

 

Compilation ResourcesWhen quoting information from the compilation sources; only the author or authors' surnames are given. The information about the editor is given in the bibliography.  

a. Example of in-sentence formation

 If the author’s names are in your text

… Odabaşı ve Kılıçer (2008: 46)’e göre, postmodernizmin erkek ile kadın arasındaki ayrımı reddetmesi, postmodern reklamlarda da kendini göstermektedir.

b. Example of end-sentence formation

Example of sentence end display: If the authors’ names are not in your text

… Postmodernizmin erkek ile kadın arasındaki ayrımı reddetmesi, postmodern reklamlarda da kendini göstermektedir (Odabaşı ve Kılıçer, 2008: 46).

 Translation ResourcesWhen quoting information from the translated sources; only the author or authors' surnames are given. The information about the translator is given in the bibliography.

a. Example of in-sentence:

If the author’s names are in your text

… Bradley (2004: 45)’e göre rakiplere odaklanma, şirketlerin güçsüz rakiplerinin zayıf olan yönlerine yoğunlaşmak yoluyla bu rakiplerinden müşteri ve pazar payı çalmaya çalışmasıdır.

 

b. Example  of end- sentence

If the authors’ names are not in your text

… rakiplere odaklanma, şirketlerin güçsüz rakiplerinin zayıf olan yönlerine yoğunlaşmak yoluyla bu rakiplerinden müşteri ve pazar payı çalmaya çalışmasıdır (Bradley, 2004: 45).

 Cooperated Writers ResourcesThe names of institutions, associations, government organizations, and working groups are evaluated as writers. They are usually written in the text where they pass. Some institutions etc. The names of the authors are clearly written in the first place and then used shortened. When deciding to name a group of authors, the following general rules are taken into consideration.Abbreviations should be sufficient to provide sufficient information for the reader and ”References“ should be written without any difficulties. If the name is long, the abbreviation is easily read or known, the abbreviation is used in subsequent usages. However, when the abbreviation is used in the subsequent usage of the relevant resource, the abbreviation of the relevant institution is shown in square brackets. This abbreviation is used in subsequent impressions. If the name is short or the abbreviation is not understood, it is more accurate to write the name fully instead abbreviation, where it passes.Example in-text:   

Example in-sentence:  In the first usage

1. … (Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı [MEB], 2008: 20).  

Example in-sentence:  In subsequent usages. 

2. … (MEB, 2008: 20).   

 

Archive DocumentsArchival documents in the text, the source of the archive document are written without shortening in the first place. However, if the abbreviation is to be used in the subsequent usages, the abbreviation of the relevant archive document is shown in square brackets. This abbreviation is used in subsequent impressions. The document name is followed by a comma and the date of the document is given. A file, sheet, or page number is then given according to the way the archive is classified.In the footnote for archival documents, the references include the name of the archive document, the date of the document, if any, the archives and files, notebooks and foil /sheets/page numbers.Example of end-sentence formation

In the first usage

1. ….( Başbakanlık Cumhuriyet Arşivi [BCA], 1927: 239). 

In subsequent usages.

2. …. (BCA, 1927: 240).

In the first usage

3. … (Başbakanlık Cumhuriyet Arşivi [BCA], 1933: 198, 352, 11).

In subsequent usages

4. … (BCA, 1933: 198 352 11)..

In the first usage

5. … (Başbakanlık Osmanlı Arşivi [BOA]. Tapu Defteri [TD]: 26).

In subsequent usages

6. … (BOA, TD: 26).

 

Secondhand Source citinga.      Example in-sentence formation

Example in- Sentence: If the author’s names are in your text

…Sağlam (1955’den aktaran Vural, 2008: 164) çalışmasında…

 

b.      Example of end-sentence formation

….. belirtilmektedir (Sağlam, 1955’den aktaran Vural, 2008: 164).

 

E-ResourcesThe transfers made from books, articles, and thesis which have been accessed through the internet although printed, are done in the same way as the publication of printed publications. Examples of only the resources available on the Internet are as follows:Articles in E-JournalsThe surnames of the authors and / or authors and the date of publication (if any, page number) are shown in parentheses in the in-text transfers of e-journals.       Example in-text formation

…. savunmuştur (Kopkallı ve Mutlu, 2009: 3).

Resources Published on The Web Page

    Example in-text formation

….. (Tanışlı ve Özdaş, 2006) şeklinde ifade edilmiştir.

 

Resources on the Internet Only Without Imprint InformationOnly the full internet address and the date of access are given in the e-sources where all of the imprint information such as author, work name, publication date, institution name or not. These sources are included in the footnote in the text.

Example;

http://www.warc.com/News/TopNews.asp?ID=26981&Origin=WARCNewsEmail (Erişim Tarihi: 16.07.2010)

 Tables and FiguresTables, figures, graphics, pictures should have a number and title in the text. However, the number and title are shown at the top, in the figures (graphics, pictures, etc.) at the bottom. In both cases, numbers (1,2,3 alar) are written. Headings are written with the first letters in the capital, all in italic style and in 11 pt. Titles are written to the left. In cases where a source will be shown below the table, figure etc., the source will be shown by typing Source, in the dark style. 11 point is used in the source display. This notation is applied in the same way for both text and footnote transfers.QuotationsThe quotation indirect transfers take place in the study without changing the main idea, form, and content. Quotations less than 40 words are written in quotation marks and normal line spacing. Quotations of 40 words and longer are given in the form of a compressed paragraph so that they have little space and at first glance, it is understood to be a transfer. For this purpose, the quotation in block form should start from the new line and the entire paragraph is written from the left to the top of the line and 1.25 cm from the left to indent from the left. If there are paragraphs in the quotation, 1.25 cm indentation or five spaces should be left at the beginning of these paragraphs. The entire quotation should be written in single line spacing. Quotation marks are not used for block quotations. All quotes in the blockquote must be specified with double quotation marks.

CREATING BIBLIOGRAPHY

Single-Author Book

Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Title of Book. Publication Place: Publisher.

İpekten, H. (1990). Nâ’ilî Dîvânı. Ankara: Akçağ.

Multiple Author Books

Surname, Initial of Name., Surname, Initial of Name. and Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Title of Book. Publication Place: Publisher.

Eğilmez, M. ve Kumcu, E. (2012). Economic Policy. İstanbul: Remzi Publishing.

Çetişli İ., Çetin, N., Doğan, A., Gür, A., Karataş, C. ve Demir, Ş.  (2007). Turkish Literature in the Second Constitutional Monarchy Period. Ankara: Akçağ.

Translated Books

Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Title of Book. Translator’s Surname, Initial of Translator’s Name. (Transl.) Publication Place: Publisher.

Ferguson, N. (2009). The Ascent of Money: The Financial History of the World. Pala, B. (Transl.). İstanbul: Yapı Kredi Publishing.

Edited Books

Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Title of the Chapter. Editor’s Name (Ed.), Title of Book within (page range). Publication Place: Publisher.

Kejanlıoğlu, B. (2005). The Concept of Public Place in Media Studies. Meral Özbek (Ed.), Public Place within (p. 689-713). İstanbul: Hil.

Single Author Article from a Journal

Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Title of Article. Journal Name, Volume (Issue), Page Range.

Özerhan, Y. (2016). A Review on the Measurement Basis in the Local Financial Reporting Framework Draft. The World of Accounting Science, 18 (2), 307-336.

Journal Articles by Multiple Authors

Surname, Initial of Name., Surname, Initial of Name. and Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Title of Article. Title of Journal, Volume (Issue), Page Range.

Ayrıçay, Y., Özçalıcı, M. and Bolat, İ. (2017). Evaluation of Participation Banks’ Performance with an Integrated System Resulting From AHP and GIA Technique: Turkey Sample. Pamukkale Eurasia Journal of Socio-Economic Studies, 4(2), 54-69.

Article from Electronic Magazine

Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Title of Article. Title of Journal, Volume (Issue), Accessed Address.

Kardas, F. and Tanhan F. (2018). An Investigation of Post-Traumatic Stress, Post-Traumatic Growth and Hopelessness Levels of University Students Experienced Van Earthquake. YYÜ Education Faculty Journal, XV (I). Accessed: http://efdergi.yyu.edu.tr/makaleler/Cilt15/rpdabdyyuefd01112017y.pdf

Symposium / Congress / Conference / Presentation

Surname, Initial of Name. (Date). Title of Presentation. Symposium / Conference / Conference Name Full Text (page range).

Bülbül, S.E. and Baykal, K.B. (2017). Evaluation of Turkish Insurance Sector in Non-life Branches by Using Gray Relational Analysis Method. 3rd National Insurance and Actuarial Congress Full Text (pp. 1-9).

Unpublished Thesis

Surname, Initial of Name. (Date). Title of Thesis. (Unpublished Master/ Doctoral Thesis). Institution name, Location.

Ertuş, A. (2016). Woman Image in Socialist Realistic Turkish Poetry (1960-1980). (Unpublished Doctoral Thesis). Van Yüzüncü Yıl University / Institute of Social Sciences, Van.

Encyclopedias

Surname, Initial of Name. (Date). Title of Article. Name of Encyclopedia Within (Volume, page range). Location.

Bergmann, P. G. (1993). Relativity. The New Encyclopedia Britannica Within. (Vol. 26, pp. 501-508). Chicago, IL: Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Dictionaries

Surname, Initial of Name. (Publication Year). Dictionary Name. Place of Publication: Publisher.

Gerrymander. (2003). Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (11th Edition). Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster’s.



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