Manuscripts should be typed in MS-Word. Text may kindly be limited to 3000 to 7000 words. With font size 12 point, font style ‘Times New Roman’, A4 Paper size and references should numbered consecutively throughout and appear as endnotes in Chicago manual style except author name, mention first name first and last name in the last. For example, ‘Muhammad Ahmad’ where first name is (Muhammad) and (Ahmed) is last name.
The title page should:
- present an appropriate title of article
- list full names, affiliation, institutional and email addresses and phone numbers of all authors
- indicate the corresponding author
The abstract of 150- 200 words should briefly summarize the aim, findings or purpose of the article. Please minimize the use of abbreviations and avoid citing references in the abstract.
Mention five to ten keywords representing the main content of the article.
Introduction should explain the background to the study, its aims, a summary of the existing literature and why this study was necessary.
Discussion / Main Body
For research articles this section should discuss the implications of the findings in context of existing research and highlight limitations of the study. For methodology manuscripts this section should include a discussion of any practical or operational issues involved in performing the study and any issues not covered in other sections.
For reviews this should contain the body of the article, and may also be broken into subsections with short, informative headings.
For case studies this should describe the pros and the cons of the intervention, with a realistic evaluation of its feasibility and effectiveness.
Conclusion / Results
This should state clearly the main conclusions and provide an explanation of their relevance or importance to the field.
If the paper is based on the case studies than conclusion should state what was learnt, what the next steps should be, and, if possible, what contingency planning may be required for those steps.
Preparing Supporting Information
Please make sure you have the following information available before you submit your manuscript.
Full names, affiliation, institutional and email addresses and phone numbers of all authors.
You may suggest potential peer reviewers for Journal of Socio-Economics and Religious Issues (JSERS). If you wish to do so, please provide their institutional email addresses and contact numbers, or any information which will help the Editor to verify their identity.
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