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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

•  Türk Kültürü is published twice a year.

•  Türk Kültürü is a refereed publication. After original manuscripts are examined by Executive Board, they are peer-reviewed by two referees. The authors bear the full responsibility for their articles.

•  Manuscripts must be originally sent to the board, but not to other journals simultaneously for publication or evaluation. The publication language of the issue is Turkish. However, English, German, French or Russian articles submitted by foreign authors can be considered for publication in proportion of 30% of issue on condition that they suit the submission guidelines of Türk Kültürü. The manuscripts must have a title, an abstract and also keywords both in Turkish and English.

•  Manuscripts must be sent in three printed copies along with a CD. If any special fonts (suitable for PC) are used in manuscripts, they must be in the CD as well.

•  The authors’ names, last names and academic positions should be written. In addition; the full postal address, fax, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of the author(s) who will check proofs and receive correspondence and offprints should also be included.

•  Abstracts, not exceeding 100 words, must be written in both Turkish and English, and be followed by maximum 5 key words of each.

•  Manuscripts must be written in Mac Word 5,1 or Ms Word Windows 95 or further versions (Pc compatible) with Times 10 point with 1,5 line spaced. Tab and enter key must not be used for paragraphs.

•  Texts must follow in-text footnote system. In the text, author’s name, date of publication, and page number must given in parentheses. If a source is cited many times, parentheses are given in stead of “ibid, idem, op. cit. etc.” For example, (Tanpınar 1985) veya (Tanpınar 1985: 316). Quoted passages under three lines must be given between quotation marks. If quoted passage is over three lines, they must be given 1 cm margines from left and right sides of line as block with 9 point and odd line spaced.

•  Additional information must be given on the same page as footnotes enumerated 1, 2, 3. Citations in them must follow the above guidelines.

•  References must include only the cited sources and be given in an alphabetical order. Book names must be written bold and italic. Articles must be written (name of journal is bold, volume in Romen number, issue number, colon and page numbers) as below:

AALTO, Pentti, (1992), “Kül-Tegin är at bo / ultı”, Türk Kültürü Araştırmaları, XXX, 1-2: 119-124.

ERGİN, Muharrem, (1991), Osmanlıca Dersleri, İstanbul: Boğaziçi Yayınları.

JOHANSON, Lars (2002), “Türk Yazı Dillerinin ve Yazı Sistemlerinin Geçerliliğine Dair”, (Çev.: Mustafa Uğurlu), Türkbilig Türkoloji Araştırmaları, 2002/4: 71-79.

WELLEK, R. ve A. WARREN, (1982), Yazın Kuramı, (Çev.: Y. Salman ve S. Karantay), İstanbul: Altın Kitaplar Yayınevi.

•  If more than one source of the same author is cited, they must be put in a chronological order from the earlier to the recent. Sources of the same years must be given letters as in “1985a, 1985b”

•  The university and the academic degree (MA. or PH.) of an academic thesis must be given.

Manuscripts not prepared based on the directions above will not be taken into consideration for publication in Türk Kültürü.