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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Terms of publication in Maysan Journal of Academic Studies


Maysan Journal of Academic Studies is published in specialized numbers that include the fields of humanities Social, educational, applied and purely scientific sciences.

The journal publishes original scientific research by researchers in all disciplines, from inside and outside Iraq, written in Arabic or English. The research is required not to have been published or submitted for publication anywhere else, and the researcher must undertake this in writing when submitting the research for publication, and all research is subject to evaluation according to the scientific principles followed.


Instructions for researchers

 1- Receive an electronic copy of the research through the website


Microsoft Word in . format

 2- The search is printed by computer with single spaces between the lines, provided that the number of pages does not exceed

On 25 pages (7200 words, 13 letter size and font) Times New Roman, including

Including tables, pictures and drawings, appendices and questionnaires are extracted from this issue. The names of researchers are written triple in Arabic and English, as well as their current job titles and scientific ranks.


 3- Headings and sub-headings: used within the research to divide the research parts according to their importance.

In a logical sequence, the main headings include:

Research Title

Name of the researcher and place of work (scientific department, college, university)




 Material and Method

Results and Discussion




 4- A summary in Arabic and another in English shall be attached to the research, provided that the words of the summary do not exceed

About ( ) 100 words.

 5- After the summary, write the keywords for the research

 6- The tables and figures are printed inside the text and numbered according to their arrival in the manuscript, and they are provided with titles.

Each of them is referred to in sequence, and Arabic numerals are used...) (1,2,3) in all parts of the research.

 7- Each research must include 20% of the foreign references, with the exception of research papers

The Arabic language and the sciences of the Qur'an.

 8- The researcher is given a maximum period of 4 months to make amendments to his research, if any, and the journal may then cancel the research file automatically if the above-mentioned period is exceeded.

 9- The researcher is obligated to pay the financial expenses resulting from the evaluation procedures in the event of his request to withdraw the research and his desire not to follow the publication procedures.

 10- The journal does not, in any way, allow the withdrawal of research after it has been accepted for publication, for whatever reasons.

 11- Documentation (list of references):

References are indicated in the text by the author's last name and year of publication in parentheses. Example: Samir Muhammad

Al-Moussawi documents (Al-Mousawi, (Petersen, 1991), 2016). As for researchers in language specializations

They can marginalize the references using the sequential numbers in parentheses like this: (1, (2), (3), (3)).

It was shown briefly in a list of the latest research according to its sequence in the text; To be placed before the list of sources and references

The sources and references are documented in one list at the end of the research, and arranged alphabetically according to the last name

For the author, like this:

(last name, first letter of the author's first name (year of publication) book title, edition number city

Publishing: publishing house. p. from- to.)

Example: Nasir al-Din al-Assad, sources of pre-Islamic poetry document:

Lion, n. (1955) Sources of Pre-Islamic Poetry, 1st Edition, Egypt: Dar Al Maaref. pp. 180-160

Schunk, D.H (2002). Learning the Stories: An Education

Perspective(2nd)NEW Jersey.

It is preferable to use the Mendeley or End note program when documenting sources

When the research is accepted for publication, the researcher signs the transfer of ownership rights to the research to Maysan Journal of Academic Studies

Documenting three references from published studies related to the research topic from Maysan Journal of Studies

http://www.misan-jas.com/index.php/jas Academy from the official website of the magazine

The editorial board has the right to make any modifications in terms of letter type, writing style, and grammatical syntax in line with our approved magazine model.

The editorial board’s decision to accept or reject is a final decision, while reserving its right not to give reasons.

The researcher is provided with a downloaded copy of the research, and more copies can be obtained electronically from the journal's website.

Important note: Three sources prepared by Maysan Journal of Academic Studies are cited and translated into English

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