JIEES Article Writing Rules
The Article Format
Article length should be at least 3,000 words and maximum 10,000 words.
The Font Type
Articles should be written in A4 size using Microsoft Word program, side by side, Times New Roman character, 1, 15 line spacing and based on the edge.
12 pt for text and 10 pt for footnotes should be used.
The main title should be written in 14 pt in the middle of the page, bold characters and sub-headings should be written in 12 pt, bold characters.
The Author Information
At the end of the first page, if the footnote is the first footnote, the author’s title, institution and e-mail information (*) must be written in footnotes.
The articles should include a summary, not exceeding 200 words, regardless of the text. Below these summaries, there should be at least 5 and maximum 8 keywords. The first letter of each syllable must be be written in large letter.
The References and Bibliography
Footnotes should be added in sequential numbers at the end of the page. Footnotes should be typed in 10-point, 1-line spacing and with the edge aligned.
Footnotes should be typed in single-spaced 10-point and the alignment should be based on bothsides. References in the text should be number ed starting from 1 in foot note below the page. Other than that, it should not be cited in the text. When sources are given in footnotes, the title of the book and journal should be italicized, and the names of the articles should be given flat with in the quotation marks.In the footnotes, the sourcecode must be given exactly where it first passed, then the author’s surname, title and page number should be written.If more than one book and article is used of an author, the name and surname of the author, then the full name and page number of the book or article should be given after the first use of the second work.If a work has more than one authors , all of the authors must be written in the first place of the source, and abbreviation can be made for later use of these sources.
Halil Inalcık, The Middle East & the Balkans Under the Ottoman Empire: Essays on Economy & Societyi, Vol. 9, Indiana University Turkish Studies, 1993, p. 150.
Inalcık, The Middle East & the Balkans Under the Ottoman Empire: Essays on Economy & Society, p.190.
Halil Inalcik,“Bursa and the Commerce of the Levant”,Journal of theEconomicand Social History of the Orient,Vol. 3, No. 2 (Augst) 1960, p. 131.
- Usage:Inalcik,“Bursa and the Commerce of the Levant”, p.70.
In the case of multiple authors:
Halil Inalcık, Donald Quataert, An economic and social history of the Ottoman Empire, 1300-1914, Cambridge UniversityPress, 1994, p. 350.
Translation Works: Halil Inalcık, Osmanlı İmparatorluğu-Klasik Çağ, 1300-1600, Translator: Ruşen Sezer, Yapı Kredi Yayınları, Istanbul 2009, s. 250.
Will also be given in alphabetical order with author surname at the end of the article.
INALCIK, Halil,“Bursa and the Commerce of theLevant”,Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient,Vol. 3, No. 2 (Augst) 1960, p. 30-120.
INALCIK, Halil,TheMiddle East &the Balkans Under the Ottoman Empire: Essays on Economy & Societyi,Vol. 9, Indiana University Turkish Studies, 1993.
Inthecase of multiple authors:
INALCIK, Halil, Donald QUATAERT, An economic and social history of the Ottoman Empire, 1300-1914, Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Translation Studies:INALCIK, Halil,Osmanlı İmparatorluğu-Klasik Çağ, 1300-1600, Translator: Ruşen Sezer, Yapı Kredi Yayınları, Istanbul 2009.