Submission Preparation Checklist
All submissions must meet the following requirements.
- This submission meets the requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
The article should be written in MS Word software and should follow the APA Style format. (Double space, 10-point Times New Roman).
The article should be written in English, using either American or British spelling, and should be clear, concise, and grammatically correct.
- The article should be original research work and has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration.
- Authors should mention any ethical approval committees and the approval number/ID, if applicable (dealing with humans or animals).
- Authors should mention on request all sources/ raw data used in the manuscript and guarantee that all data used is genuine with no fabrication.
- The article should be plagiarism-free, with less than a 20% similarity rate.
- All authors are required to agree to the Copyright Statement when submitting the manuscripts.
- All authors must be responsible for the manuscript's content, contribute equally, agree on the authorship order, and agree to publish all photos, datasets, and other material this submission provides.
- All tables and figures have been numbered and labeled and should be precise (high resolution) and original that did not copy from other media.
- All authors declare that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this paper.
- All references have been checked for accuracy and completeness (APA style), and it contains at least 25 references, with less than 5% of self-citation.
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Author(s) and ACAA permit unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work with proper citation. This work is open access and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC BY 4.0).
Last Updated: 10/08/2023 (Content is subject to change according to the newest regulations)
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