Rules For Authors
Journal Port Science Research publishes a number of different articles types. We aim to make it easy for authors and, where possible, offer some flexibility in terms of formats and structure. Specific requirements do apply to some article types. Articles can be submitted as Word (DOC or DOCX) only, we do not accept PDF, ZIP or TeX files. using a Journal Port Science Research article template or a software tool article template.
SUBMISSION OF PAPER
Authors should submit their manuscripts electronically through the journal website submission system to the Editorial Office. KUJSS Website: Journal Port Science Research.
Author’s Name and Affiliation
The author’s name and affiliation must be very clear. The address should be sequenced: Department, College, University or Institute, City, Country and E-mail.
where the Mandatory files in submission are:
- Title (of the manuscript).
- Main Manuscript file (without authors name) And without (references).
- Copyright Transfer Agreement (Download) (Note: You must use Acrobat Reader DC).
The manuscript needs to be typed using MS-Word on one side of A4 paper (Right margin =2.5 cm, left margin =2.5 cm and 2 cm for the top and bottom) with 1.5 line spacing and all the page must be numbered. The used font is Simplified Arabic for Arabic articles and Times New Roman for English articles.
The title must be as short as possible and indicates the contents of the subject.
An abstract should be expressive the purpose of the study; basic procedures; main findings its novelty; discussions and the principal conclusions. No more than 250 words.
Note: An Arabic abstract (optional for non-Arabic language speakers) required for papers written in English and vice versa.
3-5 keywords should be supplied following the English and Arabic abstract and to be separated by semi-colon (;).
Describes briefly the background of the investigation with updated information and states the aim of the study.
6.Theory or Experiment
It is necessary to include an explanation of the methodology used in the research, whether it is theoretical or experimental, or both separately.
7.Results and Discussion
Present the results and their significance clearly, and should be discussed and analyzed scientifically according to the published results and data.
A conclusion is an important part of the paper; it provides closure for the reader while reminding the reader of the contents and importance of the paper.
The researcher may extend thanks to all who helped him to complete the research, individuals, groups and institutions.
- Should be embedded within the article immediately after the paragraph of mentioning and the caption is at the bottom of the figure.
- Must be of high resolution, grouped parts, and their dimensions do not exceed the margins of the page.
- The word "Figure" in English is abbreviated as "Fig. 1", in Arabic as”."1 شکل.
- Should be embedded within the article immediately after the paragraph of mentioning and the caption is at the top of the Table.
- Tables must be printed, clear and their dimensions do not exceed the margins of the page.
- In English written as Table 1, in Arabic. 1 جدول.
The equations should be written in the Equation Editor of MS-Word or Mathtype, and need to be numbered sequentially.
The units must be in the English according to the following standard format,
|Not accepted||3-كغم||Not accepted||3كغم/م|
|Accepted||kg m-3||Not accepted||kg/m3|
The References to literature should be numbered in brackets [Bold] consecutively in the text in according to APA Style (American Psychological Association).
Payne, S. (1999). 'Dangerous and different': Reconstructions of madness in the 1990s and the role of mental health policy. In S. Watson & L. Doyal (Eds.), Engendering social policy (pp. 180-195). Open University Press.
Wells, A. (2009). Metacognitive therapy for anxiety and depression in psychology. Guilford Press.
Balakrishnan, R. (2006, March 25-26). Why aren't we using 3d user interfaces, and will we ever? [Paper presentation]. IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces, Alexandria, VA. https://doi.org/10.1109/VR.2006.148.
Ryff, C., Almeida, D., Ayanian, J., Binkley, N., Carr, D. S., Coe, C., Davidson, R., Grzywacz, J., Karlamangla, A., Krueger, R., Lachman, M., Love, G., Mailick, M., Mroczek, D., Radler, B., Seeman, T., Sloan, R., Thomas, D., Weinstein, M., Williams, D. (2019). Midlife in the United States (MIDUS 3), 2013-2014 (ICPSR 36346) [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR36346.v7
Vogels, A. G. C., Crone, M. R., Hoekstra, F., & Reijneveld, S. A. (2009). Comparing three short questionnaires to detect psychosocial dysfunction among primary school children: a randomized method. BMC Public Health, 9, 489. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-9-489
Kyratsis, A. (2004). Talk and interaction among children and the co-construction of peer groups and peer culture. Annual Review of Anthropology, 33(4), 231-247.
Note: Arabic references must be translated into English. Write (in Arabic) at the end of the reference.
 Badr, A.T. (2012). <الاستيعاب القرائي وعلاقته بمهارات التفكير البصري لدى طلبة الجامعة> Journal Port Science Research, 1(2), 286-309.
 Habib, R. R. (2010).<فاعلية استراتيجية ما وراء المعرفة في تعديل المفاهيم البديلة للمفاهيم البيولوجية لطلاب الصف الخامس العلمي>(Master Thesis), Faculty of Education, University of Qadisiyah. Retrieved from http://www.iraqnla-iq.com/opac2/fullrecr.php?nid=20573&hl=ara , Not publicly published
 LA-Fon, N. H. & Abd El-Saheb, M. M. (2012).<التفكير أنماطه ونظرياته وأساليب تعليمه وتعلمه>.Edition 1, Dar Safa Publishing and Distribution, Amman. Retrieved from https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=140457