Preparing your manuscript
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Title, keywords and abstracts
Please supply a title, short title, an abstract, and keywords to accompany your article. The title, keywords and abstract are key to ensuring readers find your article online through online search engines such as Google.
The authors are expected to prepare empirical studies, theoretical or methodological articles.
According to APA Publication Manual, empirical studies are reports of original research. They typically consist of distinct sections that reflect the stages in the research process and that appear in the following sequence:
• introduction: development of the problem under investigation, including its historical antecedents, and statement of the purpose of the investigation;
• method: description of the procedures used to conduct the investigation;
• results: report of the findings and analyses; and
• discussion: summary, interpretation, and implications of the results.
In theoretical articles, authors draw on existing research literature to advance theory. Authors of theoretical articles trace the development of theory to expand and refine theoretical constructs, present a new theory, or analyze existing theory, pointing out flaws or demonstrating the advantage of one theory over another. The sections of a theoretical article may vary but can be structured as follows:
• define and clarify the problem;
• summarize previous investigations to inform the reader of the state of research;
• identify relations, contradictions, gaps, and inconsistencies in the literature; and
• suggest the next step or steps in solving the problem.
Methodological articles present new methodological approaches, modifications of existing methods, or discussions of quantitative and data analytic approaches to the community of researchers. These articles focus on methodological or data analytic approaches and introduce empirical data only as illustrations of the approach. Methodological articles are presented at a level that makes them accessible to the wellread researcher and provide sufficient detail for researchers to assess the applicability of the methodology to their research problem. Further, the article allows the reader to compare the proposed methods with those in current use and to implement the proposed methods.
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