Author Guidelines

Download a word template of these instructions.

THE MAIN TITLE OF THE PAPER (Font Size=14 – style ‘Head’)

Author Name (Font Size=12 – style ‘Author name’)
Author Affiliation, The University of Amakao Umatoko (style ‘Institution’)
Email: (style ‘Email’)

Abstract (around 150 words – style ‘Abstract Title’)
The paper should have an abstract. The abstract should be understandable by the general reader outside the context of the full paper.
The abstract may be up to 150 words in length.

Keywords: Keyword1, Keyword2, Keyword3, (max. 6 words)

Sample Page for European –American Journals Papers

(Paper Size: A4; Margins: Top & Bottom = 2.54cm, Left & Right = 3.17cm)
All texts must be single line spacing, including abstract and references. Text should be fully justified.
All Fonts are Times New Roman with Size=10, unless stated otherwise.)

1.0 This Is Heading 1 Style (Font Size=12)
This is a normal text paragraph; the style for it is “Normal”. This is a complementary sentence..

1.1 This Is A Heading 2 Style (font size 11 bold)
This is a normal text paragraph; the style for it is “Normal”


Figure 1. The style name for this kind of paragraph is “Figure title”. The style for the figure is called “Figure”. The title should always be placed below the figure.
Tables should be titled like the example shows below, the style “Figure title” is used here also for the title.

Table 2. The title should always be placed below the table. The style for the text in table cells is called “Table”. Some cells may need special alignment. 

Question Average 1992 Average 1999
1. How do you regard… 3.WW 3.SS
2. How do you… 2.SS 3.EE
3. How do you… 3.WW 3.EE

The reference list should look like the examples show below. The style is called “Reference list”.

References (Font Size=10)
Atkinson, C. J. and Brooks, L. (2005) In the Age of the Humanchine, In Proceedings of International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), AIS, Las Vegas, USA.
Bryant, C. G. A. and Jary, D. (1991) Giddens’ theory of structuration : a critical appreciation, Routledge, London.
Callon, M. and Latour, B. (1981) Unscrewing the Big Leviathan: how actors macrostructure reality and how sociologists help them to do so, In Advances in Social Theory and Methodology: Toward an Integration of Micro- and Macro-Sociologies.(Eds, Knorr-Cetina, K. D. and Cicoure, A. V.) Routledge and Kegan Paul, Boston, Mass, pp. 277-303.
Penston, J. (2007) Patients’ preferences shed light on the murky world of guideline-based medicine, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 13 154-159.


Note: The paper must follow the structure:

  1. Introduction
  2. Literature/Theoretical underpinning
  3. Methodology
  4. Results/Findings
  5. Discussion
  6. Implication to Research and Practice
  7. Conclusion
  8. Future Research
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