1- An abstract of at least 150 and at most 500 words should be included at the beginning of the article and there should be a keywords section of 5 words. The first of the keywords should indicate the branch of science the article belongs to and the words should be listed from general to specific.
2- While the article is being uploaded to the system, there will be no information about the author. After passing the referee, during the final submission, the name and surname of the author should be included under the title of the article, and the title, institution, field, mail and ORCID information should be included in the relevant footnote.
3- The title of the article should be written both in Turkish and English in lowercase letters.
4- Articles should include Introduction.
5- The font in the article should be Times New Roman and the size should be 12 pt., 10 pt. Footnotes.
6- ISNAD ATIF SYSTEM should be taken into consideration in the source display. Authors can download this system from the website of the citation system.
7- Page layout should be 2.5 cm from the top and bottom, 3 cm from the right and left; paragraph indentation should be set as 1 cm, paragraph spacing first 0 pt, then 6 pt, line spacing 1.05.
8- The volume of original articles should not exceed 10,000 words and 2,000 words.
9- Except for the obligatory situations required by the subject in terms of spelling rules and punctuation, the Turkish Language Association spelling guide should be taken as a basis.
10- Book: Author’s surname, work name (italic), if translation is the name of the translator (trans.), If it is verified (thk.), If it is simplified (sad.), If it is edited (ed. Or haz.), Publisher, print place and date (example, Istanbul 2004), If it is a manuscript, Author’s surname, work name (italic), Library, number (no.), leaf number (sample, vr. 10b).
11- Some examples of abbreviations used in our journal; See (see.), cf. (cp.), Encyclopedia of Islam Religious Foundation of Turkey (DIA), Ministry Encyclopedia of Islam (UTI), Library (KTP.).
12- DIA should be taken as an example in the name of the work and concept.
13- Footer and Header entries should not be made. Page numbers should not be included.
14-Manuscripts that do not meet these conditions will not be published even if the referee process is completed.
1- The Journal of Sirah Studies (hereinafter referred to as the Journal) is a refereed journal (at least two referees) published every six months (1 January and 1 July) every year.
2- Article acceptance dates: November 15 for the January issue; For the July issue, articles will be accepted until May 15.
3- The right to accept or reject all articles sent to the journal belongs to the editor and / or the editorial board. Manuscripts that are not scientific or that are deemed contrary to national, moral and cultural values are not evaluated by the editor.
4- Legal responsibilities of all works accepted and published by the editor of the journal belong to their authors.
5- The spelling and spelling mistakes that can be found in the texts belong to the author
6- Original articles should contain abstract, abstract and bibliography in accordance with international journal boards.
7- The editor reserves the right to make corrections, to publish or not to publish the works sent to the journal.
8- In the text of the article sent to the journal, the author’s name, surname, title information and if the article, thesis, project, notification, etc. If it was produced, there should not be any information about it. All such information must be in the Copyright Agreement.
9- Articles submitted to the journal for publication are subjected to pre-check, plagiarism screening, referee evaluation and Turkish-English language control stages. Studies that pass the pre-control stage are included in the evaluation process in which at least two referees take part in the framework of the double-blind arbitration principle. Articles that pass the approval of two referees are published.
10- It does not charge any fee from the authors for the article evaluation and publication process.
1. Journal of Sirah Studies aims to contribute to the knowledge accumulation in the field of “Siyer” by publishing scientific studies at the international level.
2. Siyer Research Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year.
3.The Journal of Sirah Studies undertakes to comply with the ethical rules such as honesty, openness, respect and reference to the ideas and findings of other researchers, compliance with ethical and scientific principles, objectivity, and complying with the existing laws and regulations regarding the research.
4. The manuscripts sent to the journal are sent to the referees if the editorial board (editor and assistants) decides that the relevant article meets the publication requirements of the journal.
5. Editor and assistant editors are natural members of the editorial board.
6. Working and correspondence languages in the journal are Turkish, English and Arabic.
7. Studies submitted to the journal will be published under the headings of “Articles”, “Introduction and Reviews” and “Translations”.
8. The articles to be accepted to the journal should be original studies prepared using research methods suitable for their fields. The studies should not be published elsewhere or be at the stage of evaluation for publication. If the manuscripts are presented as a paper in a congress, symposium or meeting beforehand, provided that the place and date are specified; If it is prepared with the use of a thesis or printed books, it can be published if deemed appropriate by the Editorial Board, provided that the source used is mentioned. In addition, translations and book reviews that contribute to the scientific field can be published. All publication rights of the studies deemed suitable for publication belong to Siyer Research Journal. The responsibility of the published articles in terms of scientific content, law and language belongs to the authors.
9. The follow-up and evaluation process of the articles sent to the journal is maximum 4 (four) months.
10. Authors are paid royalties for published articles.
11. The Journal of Siyer Research has adopted an open access policy.
12. In order to submit an article, after registering as an author at http://dergipark.ulakbim.gov.tr/siyer/index and registering for the author, you can use the “http://dergipark.ulakbim.gov.tr/itad/author/submit/1” Start New Post: It is necessary to follow the steps by clicking the “CLICK” button for the first step of article submission in five steps.
13. While following the steps for article submission, the “Writing Rules” given must be followed.
Research, articles and promotional articles submitted to our journal are scanned with the iThenticate plagiarism program and their similarity rates are determined. Acceptable similarity rate in our journal is 20%. If this rate is too much, the subject is investigated in the scientific committee and the editor is informed. At this stage, the editor has the right to accept the work or to return it with a justification.
Plagiarism without reference:
· Ghost Writer: Getting all the information word by word from another source.
· Current Article: Showing it as your own by taking from many sources.
· Insufficient Suppression: Hiding the keywords in the paragraph by changing them.
· Self-plagiarism: To take exactly from a previous work of his.
· Photocopy: To take a part from a certain source without making any changes.
Labor Laziness: Filling most of the work with quotations from other sources rather than making an effort for the original work.
Plagiarism with reference to:
· Forgotten Footnote: To eliminate the possibility of reaching the original source by giving the name of the author but not giving the full credential.
· Misinformation: Eliminating the possibility of reaching the original source by giving false imprint.
· Too Perfect Quote: Author’s citing literally cited source, but does not mind putting quotation marks.
· Skillful Citing: Author citing all sources, using quotation marks, but the research does not contain any original ideas.
· Perfect Crime: The author cites sources in some places, but does not cite some sources with the idea to create the idea that the analysis in the rest of the article belongs to him.