Authors are welcome to submit an original papers in Kyrgyz, Turkish, Russian and English carefully checked for correct grammar and spelling, the responsibility of mistakes belongs to the author(s). The full text should not exceed 15 pages in its final version according to the manuscript guidelines. The papers submitted in Kyrgyz, Turkish, Russian must exactly include the abstract in English.
Congress Language: Kyrgyz, Turkish, Russian, English.
The Times New Roman font should be used in 10.
The affiliation should not be used in author name and the first letter of name and surname should be in capital.
The name should be included institution name, city, country, e-mail. E.g., Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University, Faculty of Eсonomics and Administrative Sciences, Department of Management, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
The Title should be in capital.
The vocabularies of Özet or Abstract in both languages should be in bold and left justified.
Abstracts should be least 200 words and maximum 400 words. It should be consisting aim, method, findings and results.
The title should be centered and capitalized at the top of page 1 and is not underlined or italicized. Use Times New Roman 14 pt., bold, and single spaced.
There should be 2 - 4 keywords.
FULL TEXT RULES:
Each main section of the paper begins with a heading which should be capitalized, left-justified, numbered at the beginning of the section, and 1 spaced from the lines above and below. Do not underline the section heading or put a colon at the end. Use Times New Roman 12 pt. and bold.
Subheadings should be capitalized (first letter in each word), left justified, outline numbered. Use Times New Roman 12 pt. and bold.
Page margins should be underside 2.5 cm, upside 2.5 cm, left 2.5 cm, right 2.5 cm.
Interlinear space should be 1.5 line.
Powers, J. M., & Cookson, P. W. Jr.(1999). The politics of school choice research. Educational Policy, 13(1), 104-122.
Shotton, M. A.(1989). Computer addition? A study of computer dependency. London, England: Taylor & Francis.
Bruckman, A.(1997). Moose Crossing: Construction, community, and learning in a networked virtual world for kids (Doctoral dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Retrieved from http://www.static.cc.gatech.edu/~asb/thesis/ (Date of Access: 20.01.2012)
It is strongly recommended to follow manuscript guidelines.
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