Istanbul Aydın University Journal of Social Sciences (IAUD) accepts and publishes studies within scientific researches in applied communication, communication sciences, media studies, new media, digital culture, advertising, public relations, educational sciences, distance education, visual communication design, radio, television, cinema, sociology.
IAUD is a peer-reviewed journal which is published four times a year. Accepted articles are those which contain original theoretical and/or experimental studies as well as educational explanations related to fixed reference values.
IAUD Editorial Board is authorized to decide whether or not to accept articles through international peer-reviews.
- The language of the articles is Turkish and English
- If there is an institution that supports the study, it should be specified in the text.
- Manuscripts should not exceed 12.000 words including bibliography and annexes.
- Articles should be organized according to the APA reference system. Please make sure that the references in the text are in the references
- The upper limit of plagiarism determined by the editorial board for our journal is 10 percent. The filtering options in the plagiarism detection program are set as follows: -Except for biblical (Bibliography excluded) -except for exclusions (Quotes excluded) -except for text sections with less than 5 words (Limit match size to 5 words) -Other filtering options included in the program menu are included in the report. It is not.
- Page Layout
Margins: up 3,5; down 2,5; left 2,5; right 2 cm with 170 mm X 240 mm over all text space.
- Type of Font
Times New Roman style should be used. Turkish Abstract English Abstract should be in 11 pt, main text should be 10 pt. Text, Turkish-English abstract and the sources used should be justify. Text should be written using single line spacing, 1 line spacing between paragraphs should be left.
The manuscript should be composed of main headings and sub-headings.
- Main Title
Times New Roman character, using capital letters, bold and must be in Microsoft Word format in 14-pt format. Author name, abbreviations, author ORCID number and e-mail addresses should be written with two lines of space after the title and the name of the author should be written in 11 pt font size.
The text should be written in 11-pt font in Times New Roman font style and in a single paragraph in Microsoft Word format. Must not exceed 300 words and should be bold, 11 pt. Keywords should be in italic, bold type and 11 pt. At least three, maximum five key words should be written with the first letter and the other letters with small letters. In abstract (ÖZ), subject of the article, research method and result should be given.
- Abstract Title
Abstract title should be written with two lines of space after Turkish keywords. Times New Roman should be in bold, 11 pt, justified, and in single word Microsoft Word format using capital letters. Should not exceed 600 words and abstract should be bold, 11 pt. and all text should be written in Microsoft Word format in Times New Roman style. Keywords in abstract should be in italic, bold type and 11 pt. At least three, maximum five key words should be written with the first letter and the other letters with small letters. In abstract, subject of the article, research method and result should be given.
Section subtitles (INTRODUCTION, CONCEPTUAL FRAME, LITERATURE SCANNING, RESEARCH METHODOLOGY, FINDINGS, CONCLUSION, etc), which are formed according to the content of the article, should be all uppercase, 11 pt and bold, and they should be typed without numbering.
- Main Text
Subtitles should be written in 11 pt, bold and capital letters and the text should be in 11 pt., Times New Roman style in Microsoft Word format. Articles should be written in a single column, justified, and in a single space between paragraphs. The subtitle of the first section should start with a line space after the keywords and there should be no spaces in the following paragraphs. Article length must not exceed 20 pages with shapes and figures
- Tables, Figures, Graphics and Pictures
If the tables, figures, graphics and pictures used in the text are not originally created by the author (s), they can be used in the text by showing “source”. Tables, figures, graphics and pictures should be placed to fit the text and the headings should be written in 11 font size and centered. Tables and graphs used in the text should be listed as Table 1., Table 2. / Chart 1., Chart 2. etc. and so on. Table numbers and titles should be written before the table. Figures, graphics and pictures of the numbers and the headers (figure, graphic and picture) then the bottom of the Figure 1., Figure 2. / Picture 1., Picture 2. etc. should be written as ordered. The first letters of the words used in the tables, figures, graphics and image titles should be initials large and the others are small.
The title should be written in bold, 11 pt, capital letters and text in 11 pt. Times New Roman style in Microsoft Word format.
- In-article Reference Representation
Reference within the article should be arranged in accordance with the APA rules.
See the APA reference guidelines: https://www.citefast.com/styleguide.php?style=APA&sec=form
Reference to single authored sources: (Atılgan, 2015: 28) , (Atılgan, 2015: 28-32)
Reference to sources with two authors: (Atılgan & Demir, 2015: 28), (Atılgan & Demir, 2015: 28-32)
When reference is made to sources with five authors for the first time: (Atılgan, Demir, Çelik, Savaş & Yıldırım, 2015: 28)
When reference is made to sources with five authors for a second time or more: (Atılgan vd., 2015: 28)
When references to resources with more than five authors are made for the first time: ( Atılgan, Demir, Çelik, Savaş, Yıldırım….Işık, 2015: 28)
Reference to sources with more than five authors for the second time or more times: (Atılgan vd., 2015: 28)
When reference is made from the Internet: (Mills, 2012)
Reference within the article should be arranged in accordance with the APA rules. See the APA reference guidelines: https://www.citefast.com/styleguide.php?style=APA&sec=form
Bibliography title 11 points, bold; References should be written alphabetically, without numbers, as shown below. It should also be the title of the work (reference source).
Single Author Book
Tuncer, D. (1992). Dağıtım Kanalları Sistemi. Ankara: Gazi Yayınları.
Two Authors Book
Turgut, M. F. & Y. Baykul. (1992). Ölçekleme Teknikleri. Ankara: ÖSYM Yayınları.
Theberge, J. (Ed.). (1968). Economics of Trade and Development. New York: John Wiley.
Morgan, L.H. (2015). Eski Toplum. (Oskay,Ü. Çev.), İstanbul: İnkılap Yayınevi.
Part of Book
Ünlüer, A.O. (1988). Boş Zamanı Değerlendirme Açısından Kitle İletişim Araçlarının Ülkemizde Durumu. Demiray, U. (Ed.). Kitle İletişim Araçları ve Boş Zaman.(ss.71-113). Eskişehir: Anadolu Üniversitesi Eğitim Teknolojisi ve Yaygın Eğitim Vakfı.
Engin, B. H. (2016). Markalaşma Kavramı Çerçevesinde Marka Ederi. Öneri Dergisi. 12 (46): 277-294.
Yengin, D. & Algül, A. (2018). Küreselleşme Bağlamında Sanal Gerçeklik Kullanımı. Turkish Online Journal of Design, Art and Communication-TOJDAC. 10 (2): 155-126. doi: 10.7456/10902100.
Kumcu. E. (2006, 11 Aralık). Büyüme yavaşlama sinyali veriyor. Hürriyet Gazetesi. s.9.
Mills, S. (2012, 16 Ekim). How Twitter is winning the 2012 US election. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/oct/16/twitter-winning-2012-us-election (Erişim tarihi: 10 Temmuz 2018).
Algül, N. (2006). Sanat Tarihinde Mahmut Akok. Marmara Üniversitesi Türkiyat Araştırmaları Enstitüsü Türk Sanatı Anabilim Dalı Yayınlanmamış Doktora Tezi, İstanbul.
Yavuz, E. (2018, 7 Kasım). Zaman ve İnsan Üzerine. https://dusunbil.com/zaman-ve-insan-uzerine. adresinden alındı. (Erişim tarihi: 10 Temmuz 2018).
Taymaz, E. (2018). Dijital Teknolojiler ve Ekonomik Büyüme Raporu. (TÜSİAD-T/2018,10-600).
Taymaz, E. (2018). Dijital Teknolojiler ve Ekonomik Büyüme Raporu. (TÜSİAD-T/2018,10-600). https://www.tusiad.org/tr/yayinlar/raporlar/item/10130-dijital-teknolojiler-ve-ekonomik-buyume-raporu. (Erişim tarihi: 10 Temmuz 2018).