Title of Manuscript
Type the title of the manuscript in bold type, single-spaced, and centered across the top of the first page, in 14-point Times New Roman, as shown above.
The author(s), affiliation(s), mailing address(es), and e-mail address(es) should be single-spaced and centered on the lines below the title, in 11-point Times New Roman, as illustrated below. As shown below, please do not add titles (e.g., Dr., Professor, or Dean) before the author name(s).
First Author Namea, Second Author Namea and Third Author Nameb*
aDepartment of XXX, XXX University,
Street, City, Country
bInstitute of XXX, XXX University,
Street, City, Country
*Corresponding Author: email@example.com
Immediately following the names of the author(s), type Abstract in first capitals, align left, 12-point Times New Roman. Include a one-paragraph abstract of approximately 150 to 300 words in 11-point Times New Roman, summarizing the purpose and findings of the research. At the end of the abstract, double-space and include a line with “Keywords,” as shown below.
Keywords: Manuscript format, INWASCON, RAZI PUBLSHING, style guide
Introduction (First Level Headings)
Begin the manuscript with an introduction with a first-level heading, as shown above. Use a first-level heading for each major section of the manuscript. All first-level headings should be flush left, first capital, bold type, 12-point Times New Roman.
1.1. Second-Level Heading
Second-level headings within each section should be flush left with initial caps in 11-point Times New Roman and Italic. Do not use headings other than these two types. At least one line space should separate headings from the preceding text.
When contributors cite references in the text, their citation should conform to the appropriate Harvard style, e.g. “For example, see .”
Main Text, Tables & Figures
All text paragraphs should begin flush left (no paragraph indent). The text throughout should be in 11-point Times New Roman, single-spaced, and right-justified, Figures and tables should be placed as close as possible to where they are cited. All tables and figures should be embedded into the file and sized appropriately. When developing tables and figures, bear in mind that the width of text as published in the proceedings is 12.7 centimeters (5 inches). All photographs should be sampled at 300 dpi (dots per inch). Keep in mind that web graphics are typically sampled at 72 dpi. Photographs must be properly sized and positioned in the body of the manuscript.
Tables should be numbered sequentially using Arabic numerals (e.g., Table 1, Table 2), and each table should have a descriptive title. The table number and title should be typed in bold type, single-spaced, and centered across the top of the table, in 10-point Times New Roman, as shown below.
All figures in the manuscript should be numbered sequentially using Arabic numerals (e.g., Figure 1, Figure 2), and each figure should have a descriptive title. The figure number and title should be typed in bold type, single-spaced, and centered across the bottom of the figure, in 10-point Times New Roman, as shown below.
Length of Manuscript
Each manuscript should not exceed 35 pages.
Contributors may include acknowledgments such as grant or contribution numbers, proofreaders, or editors. Such acknowledgments should be brief, and should be typed in 10-point Times New Roman, single-spaced, immediately following the References.
References should be listed alphabetically by authors’ last names at the end of the manuscript text. The format should conform to Harvard or APA style, as shown below. The references should be typed in 10-point Times New Roman, single-spaced.
Ajournalarticle, R. H., Spud, P. T., & Psychologist, R. M. (2016). Title of journal article goes here. Journal of Research in Personality, 22, 236-252. doi: 10.1016/0032-026X.56.6.895*
B’Onlinesourcesareconfusing, S. O. (2010). Search for answers at apastyle.org and include issue numbers after volume numbers when there is no DOI. Journal of Articles Without Digital Object Identifiers, 127 (3) , 816-826.
Cmagazinearticle, B. E. (2009, July). Note the last names on this page: Each source type has to be formatted in a different way. [Special issue]. Prose Magazine, 126 (5), 96-134.
Dbookreference, S. M., Orman, T. P., & Carey, R. (1967). Google scholar’s “cite” feature is usually accurate and time-saving. New York, NY: Pearson.
O’encyclopedia, S. E. (1993). Words. In The new encyclopedia Britannica (vol. 38, pp. 745-758). Chicago, IL: Penguin.
Pchapter, P. R., & Inaneditedvolume, J. C. (2001). Scientific research papers provide evidence of frustration with giant style manuals. In P. Z. Wildlifeconservation, R. Dawkins, & J. H. Dennett (Eds.), Research papers are hard work but boy are they good for you (pp. 123-256). New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.
Qosenberg, Morris. (1994, September 11). This is how you cite an online news article that has an author. The Washington Post. Retrieved from http://www.washingtonpost.com/dir/subdir/2014/05/11/a-d9-11e3_story.html
Appendixes should immediately follow the end of text in the manuscript.
About the Authors
The last item in the manuscript should be a brief biographical sketch of each author, typed in 10-point Times New Roman, single-spaced (However it is optional).