Author Guidelines

ARTİUM implements 2 step submission policy for authors through the publication process:

               1st - Submission of Manuscripts

               2nd - Submission of Final Papers (edited according to the publishing template format)

Here are the instructions for authors to prevent delays in peer review and publication processes.

1. Preparation of Manuscripts

The original digital copy of the manuscript in Microsoft Word format in English must be submitted to the journal via registration to the website ( All submissions will be double blind peer reviewed.

The manuscript must contain orderly, cover letter, title page, abstract, keywords, article, acknowledgement (if any), references, tables and a list of figure captions in one single Word document. It must be typed in double spacing by using Arial font with 12 points. All pages must be numbered sequentially. 

            1.1. Cover Letter
            The cover letter must express that the manuscript has been prepared and confirmed by all authors, it is an unpublished and original work and it has not been submitted to, or is not under the review process of another journal. The names and signatures of all authors must be in the cover letter which can be scanned. 

            In addition to these, all authors should indicate their own ORCID ID in the cover letter. Registration for an ORCID iD can be completed from the website

            1.2. Title Page

            The title page must include a brief and illuminating title and names, affiliations (department, faculty, university, city and country) and e-mail addresses of all authors, and identify the corresponding author.

            1.3. Abstract 

            Abstract must be 200-250 words.The abstract and the full-text must be in English. The following titles must be filled in the abstract in turn: Purpose, Design/Methodology/Approach, Findings,    Research Limitations, Practical Implications, Social Implications, Originality/Value. 

           1.4. Keywords 

            The article must have maximum 5 keywords that have been aligned in alphabetical order and have been chosen carefully to ease the searches.

            1.5. Article

            An article must contain minimum 4500 words and maximum 8000 words. The headings must be in hierarchic order and numbered sequentially. Authors should avoid using footnotes and endnotes, if unavoidable. Also, authors are suggested to control spell checking of the article.

             1.6. Acknowledgement

            The authors should acknowledge where applicable the source(s) of funding and describe the role of sponsors in the research project. (The following statements should be clearly given in this   section in the research carried out with qualitative or quantitative approaches that require data collection from participants using survey, interview, focus group interview, observation, and experimental techniques). In this research, the necessary permissions were obtained from the relevant ethics committee.

            The necessary permissions were obtained from the owners for the use of the scale, questionnaire and photographs used in the article.

            1.7. References
            The references must follow the APA referencing style. Further details about APA referencing style can be found on

            1.8. Preparation of Tables and Figures

            Tables and figures must be embedded in the article in ONE SINGLE Microsoft Word document.

2. Final Paper Submission
After the manuscript accepted for publication, authors must send the final version of their papers to the journal website ( via logging in. File name of the final submission must be the manuscript reference number. Final papers must also be in ONE SINGLE Microsoft Word format.

All papers must be in journals publication format through the article template. This template is sent to authors when their articles have been accepted for publication in ARTiUM. Authors might be requested for revision in case of any missing information or inaccuracy. In the publication process, articles may be edited by the journal.

3. Copyright and Originality
It is the author’s responsibility to obtain written permission from authors and publishers of any previously published material; text, tables, figures, etc. 

Copyright Notice

All papers should be submitted electronically. All submitted manuscripts must be original work that is not under submission at another journal or under consideration for publication in another form, such as a monograph or chapter of a book. Authors of submitted papers are obligated not to submit their paper for publication elsewhere until an editorial decision is rendered on their submission. Further, authors of accepted papers are prohibited from publishing the results in other publications that appear before the paper is published in the Journal.