Author Guidelines


SHARE welcomes original research papers, conference/seminar/workshop papers, case studies, and book reviews in English.


Submitted papers should meet the internationally accepted criteria, and manuscripts should follow the journal's Author Guidelines. Articles should be written in Microsoft Word format (Doc, Docx, or Rtf) and submitted electronically by logging in to our website via OJS.


Articles should be between 5000 - 10000 words long, excluding references, appendices, tables, and figures. In general, a paper should consist of the following:

  1. Title. The title should be concise and specific.
  2. Name and affiliation. All submitted papers should be accompanied by short biographies of the author(s) that consist of the author/s' full name, place and date of birth, education, occupation, address, and affiliation, along with a valid email address.
  3. Abstracts. Abstracts of 150-250 words are required for all articles submitted.
  4. Keywords. Each article should contain a minimum of 3 keywords.
  5. Introduction. The introduction should consist of background, research problem, objective, and hypothesis (if any).
  6. Literature review. This part covers previous research and theoretical studies employed to build the research framework.
  7. Methodology. In general, it comprises research design, data collection techniques, and data analysis.
  8. Result and discussion. This part discusses the research findings based on data analysis. The researcher should analyze and link the data to the theoretical framework.
  9. Conclusion. The last part of the article should consist of a conclusion and suggestions or recommendations.
  10. Citation. SHARE utilizes in-notes (body note) format using APA 6th-full name citation style. The author is required to employ citation software (such as Mendeley, Endnote, Zotero, and so on). The information regarding this style can be found at the following link: