AUTHOR GUIDELINES

For paper submission, the research article must be an original copy, about 3,000-5,000 words, single-spaced, and with tables and figures. The research abstract must have 200-300 words with at least four (4) keywords or phrases.

LANGUAGE
The paper should be written and presented only in English. The paper  should demonstrate the following parts:

  1. HEADING ( Title, Name of the Author(s), ORCID No., Email Address, Affiliation, Address )
  2. ABSTRACT
  3. KEYWORDS
  4. INTRODUCTION
  5. FRAMEWORK OF THE STUDY (optional for experimental researches)
  6. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
  7. MATERIALS AND METHODS (for experimental researches)
  8. METHODOLOGY (for non-experimental researches)
  9. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
  10. CONCLUSIONS
  11. RECOMMENDATION
  12. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (optional)
  13. LITERATURE CITED
  14. REFERENCES
  15. AUTHOR(s) PROFILE ( about 50 – 100 words)

FORMAT OF THE MANUSCRIPT

  1. Type the entire manuscript single
    spaced on a short white bond paper (8.5×11”) with 0.8” margin in the left and right side, 0.9 from the top and 0.6        at the bottom” using Arial font type of 11.
  2. Leave one space before and after the
    significant headings as well as one space
    before and after the sub-headings.
  3. Spell out acronyms or unfamiliar
    abbreviations when these are mentioned
    for the first time in the text.
  4. Write the scientific names of species
    completely with the author (s) when it is first mentioned in the text and without the author in succeeding references. Scientific
    names should be written in italics.
  5. Do not spell out numbers unless they are used to start a sentence.

    Title Page
    The title page should contain title of the paper that should be specific and informative in boldface, title case (font size 14), names of the authors, ORCID No. ( visit www.orcid.org), e-mail address, affiliation, and address is in normal face, upper case (font size 11).


    ORCID
    ORCID (ORCID, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID ) provides a unique and persistent digital identifier that distinguishes researchers from every other researcher, even those who share the same name, and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between researchers and their professional activities, ensuring that their work is recognized. 

    IIMRJ encourage all authors and co-authors to link their ORCIDs to their accounts. The ORCID ID is published with your article so that fellow researchers reading your work can link to your ORCID profile and from there link to your other publications.

    Table Title
    Titles of tables are written above while the title of figures and plates are written below the images.

    Abstract
    The abstract should be brief, informative and completely self-explanatory with salient points and important conclusion. The abstract should be in 200 to 300 words without references.

    Keywords
    Authors must give 4 to 5 keywords which can identify the most important subject covered by the article. (Discipline of the study, Concepts studied, Methods/process, and  Geography (country/continent)

Introduction
The primary goal of the introductory
paragraph is to catch the attention of the
readers and to get them turned on about
the subject.  The introduction should
contain:

  1. Global, national, and local situational analysis of the problem supported by the literature from a different continent.
  2. The gap in the literature from the literature reviews that the study intends to find.
  3. Differentness of the study from other previous studies.
  4. Compelling reasons of the writer for choosing the problem.
  5. Includes legal bases such as relevant pronouncement from authorities, memoranda, orders, laws, and guidelines.

    Pagination
    All pages, including tables, appendices and references should be serially numbered.

    Numbers
    Spell out numbers from one to ten, except when used in tables and lists, and when used with mathematical, statistical, scientific, or technical units and quantities, such as distances, weights, and measures. percentage and decimal fractions (in nontechnical copy, use the word percent in the text).

    Framework of the Study (optional for experimental researches)
    It consists of the researcher’s own position in a problem after his exposure to various theories that have to bear on the problem

    Objectives of the Study
    It is the focal point of the research.

Research Methodology
The methodology section describes the basic research plan. It consists of the following parts:

1. research design
2. respondents/subjects of the study
3. data gathering procedure
4.  statistical treatment of data.

Results and Discussion
This is the heart of the research study. In this section where the obtain data for sub-problems/ specific problems are presented, analyzed and interpreted. The data can be presented through the use of tables, text, graphs, and figures.

Conclusion
These are generalized statements in answer to the subproblems/ specific problem raised, or the statement of the acceptance or rejection of the hypothesis. The conclusion is a valid outgrowth of findings.

Recommendation
These are drawn from the findings and conclusions of the study. They must be feasible to be implemented, workable or doable, adaptable, and flexible.

Acknowledgment (Optional)
References, Acknowledgments, plates, and legends should also be typed single-spaced. Number consecutively all pages.

References
The reference list should be in alphabetical order in the last names of the first author. Reference should be selective and current basics.  Use American Psychological Association (APA) style with hanging indention of 0.3. There should be the majority of which should come from printed and online journals. (see the download button for APA style sample).

AUTHOR(S) PROFILE (about 50 – 100 words)

 


Send these documents to
info@ioer-worldresearch.org /internationalresearch8@gmail.com/ or international.research@yahoo.com
All submissions must be in (.doc)  format.