CenRaPS Journal of Social Sciences publishes articles, book reviews and reviews of judgment in Bengali, English and Turkish.
The papers submitted should be original ones. They should not have been published or submitted for publishing at any other point in time in a similar form or with generally the same content.
All the views, opinions and statements expressed in the papers are the sole responsibility of the author(s).
While publishing rights of the papers belong to the CenRaPS Journal of Social Sciences, authors have the right to republish their articles, in whole or in part, in any book, article, or other scholarly work, provided that they give credit to the Journal.
The Editors reserve the right to edit or otherwise alter all contributions, but authors will receive proofs for approval before publication.
PAPER SELECTION AND PUBLISHING PROCESS
Following the submission, papers are evaluated by the Editorial Board in terms of the formatting requirements, general scientific quality, and appropriateness for the journal’s focus and scope.
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Papers that meet the criteria for the Journal proceed to the next stage, which is reviewer evaluation. A double-blind system for peer review is used; both reviewers’ and authors’ identities remain anonymous. Papers are sent to three expert referees in the relevant field.
The acceptance of the paper submitted shall be decided in accordance with the majority of referees’ votes.
The Editorial Board and the referee will complete double-blind reviews which will take one month to complete.
Articles should be 6000 words maximum and 3500 words minimum including abstract, notes and bibliography.
The article should be submitted as Microsoft Word documents (.doc format).
The font used in the article should be Times New Roman, font size 12.
Page margins for the bottom, top, right, and left should be pre-set as 2,5cm. The text should be typed as a single-column document with line spacing 1.5, before and after 6 pt.
Tables, figures, pictures, graphics, and similar aspects should be embedded in the text and should not exceed the space of 10 x 17cm. Therefore, a smaller font size and single line spacing format should be preferred.
Main Text: (see the notes below for main text layout)
References: see the notes below for references
Main Text Structure
Headings: The headings are separated from the text with one line before and after the heading.
Suggested Formatting Style
The headings in the text are to be numbered consecutively, main headings with 1., 2., 3. and so on; sub-headings with 1.1, 1.2, and so on; further sub-headings with respectively 1.1.1, 1.1.2 etc. with boldfaced characters.
CITATION STYLE AND REFERENCES
Both in-text citations and references should comply with the APA guidelines as provided in the Publication Manual of American Psychological Association (APA) (6th edition).
In-Text Citations Examples
One author; (Rahman, 1940, p. 36).
Two authors; (Ullah and Mahmud, 2011, p. 153).
Three and more authors; (Harun et al., 2010, p. 25).
If a parenthetical citation includes two or more papers, separate the chronologically listed citations with semicolons: (Rahat, 1990, p. 25; Ashraf, 2010, p. 120; Arafat, 2011, p. 49)
For internet sources, access date must be mentioned such as – (Tayeb, 12th December 2015) or (Tayeb, 12th December 2015, p. 25).
Reference to a book with the single author: Rahman, A. (1992). Political Thoughts (9th Edition). London: Max Publications.
Two or more authors: Rahat, O., Mushfiq, N. (2011). Political Economy. Berlin: Hurts Publications.
Edited book: Tareq, A., Rahman, Y. (Ed.) (2012). Economic Turnover for Developing Countries (2nd Edition). Budapest: Dora Publications.
Reference to a chapter in an edited book: Murad, S. (2003). The Role of European Union in Middle East. Ibrahim, M., Hasan, Z. (Ed.), Foreign Policies of the European Union (pp. 45-91). Budapest: Eclips Publications.
Reference to a journal publication: Raisul, I. (2006). A critical Analysis of Political Science after 9/11. Hudson University Journal, 51, 47-99.
Arham, K., Devid, L. (2015). Historical Analysis of Roman Economy. Social Science Journal, 44, 77-112.
Book translated into English or Bengali: Nawshad, F. (2006). The influx of Refugee wave in Mediterranean See. (S. A. Bahadur, Trans.) Rome: Nikon Publishers.
Web sources: Lindquist, G. S. (01 Ocak 2011), Unemployment Insurance, Social Assistance and Activation Policy in Sweden, Date Accessed: 22nd January 2011, Retrieved From: http://pdf.mutuallearning-employment.net/pdf/DE%2007/Sweden_DE_07.pdf
Dissertations: Patricia, A. (2008). Pension Reform: The German Case in The European Context (Master’s Thesis). Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany.