All the articles should adopt the APA style (6th edition) which includes the following items in the following order:
Title page: Including the topic of the article, the names of the
authors as well as the department or organization they are working for in
English, address, telephone number, e-mail and fax.
Abstract page: Should be within 200 to 300 words, including the title of the article, abstract and keywords.
Body: Including the introduction, review of the related literature, methods of research, results and discussion.
Acknowledgments: (If necessary)
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