Author Guidelines

  1. Articles are free from plagiarism.
  2. Articles are the result of quantitative, qualitative, or library research that has never been published online or in print.
  3. The theme of the article is authentic, has rationality, and answers the problems surrounding the latest language and literature.
  4. Research themes include studies; Psycology: Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology, Social Relations, Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Neuro Psychology; Communication: Integrated Marketing Communication, Communication Management, Political Communication, Media and Cultural Studies, Marketing & Corporate Communication, Advertising, Broadcasting, Public Relations, Communication Economics & Politics, Communication Philosophy & Ethics, Cultural Communication, Intercultural Communication, Cross-Cultural Communication, Content Analysis, Framing Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Semiotics, Narrative Studies, Journalism, Media Literacy, Development Communication, Social Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Library & Information Studies, Communication & Public Policy, Organizational Communication, Media History, Communication Technology, Communication Psychology, Environmental Communication, Health Communication, Sports Communication, Digital & Social Media Communication;  Health: Medical and clinical research, public health research (health management and policy, health promotion, reproductive health, epidemiology, as well as environmental and occupational health), midwifery management research or related to preventive and promotive policies and efforts, nursing management research or related to environmental nursing with health promotion efforts.
  5. The whole writing of the article body consists of title, author, affiliation, email address, abstract, keywords, introduction, research methods, results and discussion, conclusion, and bibliography.
  6. The whole writing of the article body consists of about 3500-6000 words using Ms. Word; typeface cambria, size 12, page setup; Margin: top 2.5, bottom 2.5, left 3, right 2.5, and Paper Size A4 with spaces adjusted to each sub-body of the article.
  7. The citation model used is the American Physchological Association (APA) Manual of style 17th edition (full note) for citations bodynotes and reference lists (required to use reference manager: Mendeley).