FACULTY OF TOURISM
2. SUSTAINABLE TOURISM CONGRESS
The studies need to be prepared in accordance with the spelling rules explained below, and thenthey could be submitted through the e-mail address of the congress, firstname.lastname@example.org. All responsibilities for the studies submitted for the congress belong to authors. It is assumed that author have checked proceeding submitted for congress and accepted that the study is ready for publication. All the studies will be sent to three reviewers to be evaluated according to appropriateness to the congress and the scientific contribution potential. The proceeding will be accepted for the publication, if at least two affirmative reports come from the three reviewers. All reviews will be conducted on the basis of confidentiality.
Note 1: An informing e-mail will be sent to your party regarding the receipt of your paper by the congress secretariat in order to ensure that there is no confusion and that the process is carried out effectively. If you do not receive this e-mail within 3 days, please contact the congress secretariat.
SPELLİNG RULES FOR EXPANDED SUMMARY PAPERS
In the work to be sent to the Congress, the author (s) names should be written the right hand under the heading. Title of given author names, institution and email information sub information it should be written in 9 points.
Extended abstracts which are decided to be printed in the proceedings book should be written as maximum 10 pages. Extended abstracts should be written in accordance with the form of structured abstract and shorter form of the full text relevant with following headings.
THE TITLE OF THE STUDY
The English title of the study should be written in "Times New Roman" font style, 14 points, bold and centered.
The English summary should be written under the title of the study. An English abstract should be placed under the main topic. English abstract should be written in 10 fonts, italic, justified and not exceed 100 words. ABSTRACT title should be written in 14 points, bold and centered. The abstract should not contain equation, citation, non-standard abbreviations, etc.
Under the abstract, there should be at least three, no more than five keywords that can identify the field of the research. Key words, font style '' Times New Roman '', 10 points and italic type should be written.
Keywords: Sustainable Tourism, Gastronomy, Gümüşhane.
Ø Papers must be written in A4 paper size, ''Times New Roman'' font style, 1.5 line spacing and 12 points font in MS Word 97 or later versions. A first line indent should not be given for paragraphs. A line spacing must be comitted in paragraph transitions.
Ø In the work to be sent to the Congress, the author (s) names should be written the right hand under the heading.
Ø The page margins should be as following in the text:
Top and left: 2.5 cm Bottom and right: 2.5 cm Header: 2.5 cm Footprint: 2.5 cm
Ø Main titles or sub titles must not be numbered. No spaces after titles should be left. The main headings in the article should be written in 14 pt, bold, left-justified and capitalized.
Ø A second level subtitle should be in 12-point Times New Roman, a third level subtitle and fourth level subtitle should be in 11-point Times New Roman. All subtitle should be left-justified, in bold type and should be written in small letters starting its first letter upper.
Ø The page number should be added to the bottom of the pages (right justified)
Ø Citations to references should be made between parentheses in the text instead of footnotes. The author(s) surname, the year of the publication, and the page number should be placed between parentheses respectively (i.e.; Aaker, 1991: 101). Multiple citations should be separated by a semicolon, and the abbreviation ''et al.'' should be used for the references with three or more authors. If there are citations for one author papers which are published in the same year, the years must be differentiated by letters (i.e.; Aaker, 1991a; Aaker, 1991b).
Ø The photos and figures in the paper should be shown under the name of ‘’Figure’’ figures and graphics should be drawn on the computer. Tables, figures and graphics should be numbered. Titles should be placed top of the tables. The titles of figures and graphics should be written under the figures/graphics in bold and centered, and each word must be capitalized. If necessary, the character size for the tables can be reduced to a minimum of 9 points. In addition, the tables and figures should be given at 9 points on the bottom.
Ø The conjunctions used in citations in the proceedings written in foreign language should conform with the text language.
Ø The study should generally be of the following form.
CONCEPTUAL / THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK (LITERATURE SCREEN)
DESIGN AND METHOD
FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION
CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTIONS
Ø The references should not be classified as books, articles, etc. The heading of “References” should be written 10 pt. References should be written 10pt. The indentation of second and other lines should be 1.25 cm. Examples for in-text citation and demonstration of the references are shown below.
Text … (Aaker, 1991: 12).
References Aaker, D. A. (1991), Managing Brand Equity, The Free Press, New York.
Text … (Nunnally ve Bernstein, 1994: 24).
References Nunnally, J. C. and; Bernstein I. H. (1994), Psychometric Theory, Third Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York.
3 and more authors
… (Friedman al., 2004: 196).
Friedman, D. , Driedman, D., and; Cassar, A. (2004), Economics Lab: An Introduction to Experimental Economics, Routledge, United Kingdom.
(Yıldız and Kurtuldu, 2013: 435)
Yıldız, S. and Kurtuldu, H. S. (2013), “Factors Affecting Electronic Service Brand Equity”, B. Christiansen, B., Yıldız, S. and; Yıldız, E. (Ed.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental and Radical Innovation, , IGI Global, USA, p.434-192.
… (Marion, 1999: 476).
Marion, N. P. (1999), “Some Parallels Between Currency and Banking Crises”, International Tax and Public Finance, 6 (4), p.473-490.
… (Craig ve Douglas, 2000: 354).
Craig, C. S. and; Douglas, S. P. (2000), “Building Global Brands in The 21 st Century”, Japan and The World Economy, 12(3), p.351-359.
3 and more authors
… (Cengiz et al., 2005: 132).
Cengiz, E., Ayyildiz, H., and; Kırkbir, F. (2005), "Factors Affecting the Success of New Product Development Process", Erciyes University Journal of Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, 24, p.128-147.
... (Perry and; Wisnom, 2004: 26).
Perry, A. and; Wisnom, D. (2004), Markan's DNA, (Tran.Z. Yilmaz), First Edition, MediaCat Books, Istanbul.
... (Methibay, 2003: 145).
Methibay, Y. (2003), "EU Tender System and GATT Procurement Code", Çelik, B. and Saraçoğlu, F. (Ed.), Publications of Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Gazi University , Ankara, p. 125-142.
… (Pınar, 2005: 258).
Pinar, A. (2005), "Net Financial Reflections in Turkey: SIS Household Data Forecast Experiment with a" 20th Finance Symposium Turkey, 23-27 May Denizli, p.245-283. DISSERTATIONS AND REPORTS
… (Yıldız, 2007: 61).
… (Ramalho, 2013: 43).
Yıldız, S. (2007), A Model Suggestion to Determine Brand Value in Consumer Preferences: Trabzon Example, Karadeniz Technical University Institute of Social Sciences Unpublished Master Thesis, Trabzon
Ramalho, P. (2013), Portuguese Labour Law and Industrial Relations During the Crisis, International Labou Office Working Paper No. 54, November, Geneva.
……(Acemoglu ve Johnson, 2006: 16)
……(Hazine Müsteşarlığı, 2006).
.......Acemoğlu, D. and; Johnson, S. (2006), “Disease and Development: The Effect of Life Expectancy on Economic Growth”, http://www.nber.org/papers/w12269 (06.06.2006).
.......Hazine Müsteşarlığı (2006), Kamu Borç Yönetimi Raporu, http://www.hazine.gov.tr/duyuru/basin KBYR. Mayis 06.pdf, (06.06.2006).
NOTE 2: The studies that are not prepared according to the rules explained above will not be evaluated contextually, and returned to the author.
NOTE3: The studies which are evaluated and selected by the selection committee for publication as articles will be published in Journal of Gumushane University Institute of Social Sciences.