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Principles of Sending and Publishing the Papers

  1. The paper or its content should not be previously published in other journals, or should not be sent to other publication simultaneously, and in the case of acceptance in the journal, should not be published elsewhere
  2. Papers have to be sent in both Word and PDF files simultaneously, in English language
  3. Preparing papers must be free of any immoral act, including falsifying data, distorting facts, plagiarism, or using the tests of others on the analysis and ideas, or in the expression of results
  4. List of authors should show exactly who has done the research work and who wrote the article. A definite responsible author is only allowed to contact the editorial office
  5. All articles will be reviewed by two referees while they are not informed of the names of the authors
  6. Members of the editorial board should never be involved in decision making about their own works
  7. If any errors happen in the interpretation of data and information, the magazine is obliged to publish a reform.

Steps to Get and Review

  1. Get the article via email to the email address: [email protected]
  2. Initial review of the article
  3. Declaring the results of initial review to the corresponding author after a week
  4. Returning to the responsible author for the lack of coordination with the style
  5. In harmony with the style, the next stage will be started
  6. Archiving the paper in the papers folder
  7. Final review of the article
  8. Declaring final results to the responsible author after two to three weeks

Instructions for the Authors

  1. Paper should be the result of the author’s/ authors’ researches, and has not been published in the other journals, and should not be sent to another journal as long as its judgment in the FIFTAW quarterly is not over
  2. Articles need to arrange in the order of: title, abstract (maximum of 250 words), keywords (5 to 7 words), introduction, body, conclusion, and list of references. It should be written in Time New Roman font, size 14, not justified.
  3. The author's name, academic rank, the name of university in which is teaching or studying, e-mail address, and phone number should be sent in a separate folder as an attachment.
  4. The article, including all of its components must not be more than 15 and less than 3 pages.
  5. The abstract should give an overview of the entire article in 150 to 250 words including the statement of the problem, purposes, methodology and findings of the paper.
  6. The introduction should preferably include the topic, review of the related literature, and represents a snapshot of the entire article.
  7. Different parts of the article should be individually numbered. Part 1 is devoted to the introduction of the paper. The main title of each section and subsections should be separated by a white line (using enter key) from each other, and it should be written in bold.
  8. The first line under each sub-section, unlike other line of the first paragraph should not begin with an indent.
  9. The sub-sections of each section should not exceeded than three: 4-1-3
  10. If you use unfamiliar abbreviations, list them before the first application in the footnotes.
  11. If the author or authors have used the finances of an organization or institute, etc. in preparing the paper and intend to thank those who have helped in writing of their article, can point it in the first footnote, having no number.

Way of Referencing

  1. Persian and Latin sources must be in two separate parts at the end of the paper in alphabetical order as is presented in the following examples. Indicate the author's name entirely in Persian sources
  2. Book: Chomsky, N. 1981. Lectures on government and binding. Dordrecht: Foris
  3. Article: Say, I, and C. Pollard. 1991. An integrated theory of complement control. Language 67:63-113.
  4. A chapter of a book: Keenan, E. 1988. On semantics and binding theory. In J. Hawkin (ed.).Explaining language universals (99.104-55). Oxford: Blackwell.
  5. Thesis: Tomilka, s. 1996. Focusing effects in VP ellipsis and interpretation. Doctoral dissertation, university of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  6. Translated work: Akbari, Sasan. (1996). Iran. Translation from Ahmad Delshad. Tehran. Gile va prees.
  7. Website:
  8. Putting numbers or dashes at the beginning of the entries in the list of references should be avoided
  9. The editor is allowed for the literary and technical editing of articles without changing its content
  10. Printing paper must be approved by the editor-in-chief or the referees whom are defined by him.
  11. Abbreviation signs:
  • Before Christ (BC)
  • Anno Domini (AD)
  • Solar Hijri (SH)
  • After Hijri (AH)
  • Number (No.)
  • Death (D)
  • Birth (B)

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