A Guide to the Authors of the Future Cities Quarterly

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A Guide to the Authors of the Future Cities Quarterly
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Dear authors, to avoid delays in the process of accepting and judging the article, please read the authors' guide in full .
  • Papers submitted should not be presented in any of the domestic and foreign journals and seminars .
  • The full responsibility for the writing rests with the author .
  • Each article should be in A4 paper size with a margin of 2.5 cm from the top and bottom and 3 cm from the right and left under the soft Word 2010 software and set a distance of one centimeter ( Single ) between the lines .
  • The article should be arranged in a single column and its total volume should not exceed 18 pages .
  • The structure of submitted articles should include: abstract, introduction, research method, research findings, conclusions, thanks and appreciation, and sources.
  • The translation of the English abstract must comply with international standards, and any Google Translate translation will be equivalent to excluding the article from the quarterly acceptance and judging process.
                                                                           A guide to the size and font of the quarterly vision of future cities
Row Article section Font and size
1 Title B Titr16 pt. Bold
2 Name and surname of the author and authors B Mitra 11 pt. Bold
3 Scientific profile of the author and authors B Mitra 11 pt.
4 Abstract title B Mitra 12 pt. Bold
5 Persian text Abstract (250 words) B Mitra 12 pt.
6 Keyword Title B Mitra 12 pt. Bold
7 Keyword text (5 keywords) B Mitra 12 pt.
8 Main and sub-titles
(numbering of main titles 1. and sub-titles 1-1.)
B Mitra 12 pt. Bold
9 Original text of the article B Mitra 13 pt.
10 Persian footnote B Mitra 11 pt.
11 English footnote Times New Roman 10 pt.
12 Tables and Figures (Middle China) B Mitra 10 pt. Bold
13 Table text in Persian B Mitra 11 pt.
14 Source of tables and figures in Persian B Mitra 10 pt. Bold
15 Source tables and figures in English Times New Roman 10 pt. Bold
16 Mathematical formulas and relations (must be typed and numbered). Times New Roman 11 pt.
17 In-text reference in English Times New Roman 12 pt.
18 Persian resources B Mitra 12 pt.
19 English sources Times New Roman 11 pt.
20 Article title in English Times New Roman 14 pt. Bold
21 Name and surname of the author and authors in English Times New Roman 11 pt. Bold
22 Scientific profile of the author and authors Times New Roman 11 pt.
23 English Abstract Title Times New Roman 12 pt. Bold
24 English abstract text Times New Roman 12 pt.
25 Keywords title in English Times New Roman 12 pt. Bold
26 Keyword text in English Times New Roman 12 pt.
Reference Guide Quarterly Perspective of Future Cities
Persian In-Text Reference :
With one author as follows: (
Hejazizadeh, 2009)With two authors as follows: (Hejazizadeh and Sasanpour, 2009)
With more than two authors as follows : (Hejazizadeh et al., 2009)
English text referencing:
with one author as: (Harvey, 1986)
with two authors as: (Harvey and Erick, 1986)
With more than two authors as follows: (Harvey and et al, 1986) APA
style footnote referencing
 First Persian and then English sources should be numbered alphabetically at the end of the article.
  • As far as possible, use Mendelian software or other similar software to refer English sources.
referencing syntax:
Persian book (one author):
Kamkari, Kambiz (2009). Statistical description . Tehran: Bal Publications .
Persian book (more than two authors):
Kokabi, Ahmad, Rezaei, Saeed and Mohammadi, Mehdi (2011). An introduction to the basic concepts of study. Tehran: Chapar.
Edited book :
If the book has a modified version with the second and next edition, it will be written as follows :
Moradi, Noorullah (2008). General Reference . Second Edition. Tehran: Samat.
Book of articles :
Nowruzi Chakli, Abdolreza (2010). Information society and globalization. In Mohsen Haji Zein Al-Abedini (Editor), Proceedings of the Conferences of the Iranian Library and Information Association. (Pp. 929-978). Tehran: National Library of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Lindgren, HC (2001). The Corsini encyclopedia of psychology and behavioral science (Vol. 4, pp. 1617 - 1620). New York, NY: Wiley
English book (one author):
Gorman, J. M. (1996). The new psychiatry: The essential guide to state-of-the-art therapy, Medication and emotional health. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
English book (twoauthors):
Murphy, M. A., Lai, D., & Sookraj, D. (1997). Evaluation of the neighborhood (congregate) meal program: Final report. Kelowna, BC: Kelowna Home Support Society
Thesis :
Zuqdar Moghadam, Reza. (1389). The role of discourse views and their function in contemporary Persian. PhD Thesis . Persian Literature Group . Faculty of Literature and Humanities. University of Esfahan.
Research project :
Amouzadeh, Mohammad. (2008). Theoretical foundations between disciplines in the field of humanities and their current position in some of the world's prestigious universities. Intra-university research project. Faculty of Literature and Humanities. University of Esfahan.
Persian article (one author):
Samanian, Mosayeb (2008). Analysis of information seeking behavior of Masjed Soleiman physicians. Book Quarterly , 2 (38), 100-99.
Persian article with two authors:
Hori, Abbas, and Shahbodaghi, Azam (2004). Citation in Scientific Works: Holes and Challenges. Journal of Psychology and Educational Sciences , 81 (2), 14-25.
English article with more than one author :
Rutherford, B. J. (2006). Reading disability and hemispheric interaction on a lexical decision task. Brain and Cognition, 60, 55-63.
English article with more than two authors :
Rush, KL, Waldrop, S., Mitchell, C., & Dyches, C. (2005). The RN-BSN distance education experience: From educational limbo to more than an elusive degree. Journal of Professional Nursing , 21, 283-290.
Article taken from e-journal:
Guzani, Ali (February 11, 2007) Design of optimal information retrieval systems in library and information software. Information Science, 16 (1-2). Retrieved 12/20/2017 from http://www.irandoc.ac.ir/ETELA-ART/16/16127ab
Wells, P. (2009, July 28). Our universities can be smarter. Maclean & # 39; s . Retrieved from http: // www .macleans.ca

internet references
Shields, M., & Wilkins, K. (2006). Findings from the National Survey of the Work and Health of Nurses (Report No. 83-003-XPE). Retrieved from Canadian Institute for Health Information website: http://secure.cihi.ca/cihiweb/products /NHSRep _ENG.pdf

14. Received articles will not be returned and the quarterly is free to reject, summarize and edit the content.
15. The content of the articles is the responsibility of the author.
16. The author or authors of the article must be related to their field of expertise, otherwise (even one of the authors) is unrelated, the article will be rejected by this publication.
17- * If any of the above is not observed in the article, the article will be returned .

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The article review process is
considered confidential by the peers of all articles and is evaluated by at least 3 referees selected by the editorial board. The decision of the editor regarding the acceptance, non-acceptance or need for correction of the article will be notified to the authors as soon as it is clear. If the article is completely acceptable according to the criteria mentioned in the authors' guide, it is planned to publish it for the first possible issue of the journal. Dear Authors, Please note that the Writers' Council is free to accept, reject, amend (with author approval) or edit articles..
All articles submitted to the journal are first reviewed by the editor. Articles should be in accordance with the authors' guidelines. Incompatibility of articles with the goals and contexts of the publication and their inappropriate structure may lead to the rejection of articles. If an article is not rejected in the initial review, it will be sent to three judges for review. In certain cases (for example in the field of statistics or a particular technique) more opinions of the judges may be used. All articles are subject to double-blind judging, during which anonymous referees and authors remain. At least 3 referees must evaluate the articles in terms of scientific quality. The judges are usually faculty members from universities across the country. In the event of conflicting feedback, the editor often submits the articles to another reviewer. Referees are invited by email from the article submission system. The judges must log in to the article submission system and use the links to reject or accept the invitation.
Authors should respond to the judges' comments by commenting and clearly indicate corrections in the text through a different color, highlighting changes, or using the words track changes system. Finally, the editor and assistant editor review the reviewers' feedback and decide whether to reject or accept the article based on their views on the potential for publication. Decisions may include acceptance without correction, acceptance with minor corrections, acceptance after general corrections, review and resubmission, and rejection of the article.
The judging process is complete when all referees submit a detailed report of their comments on the article. Typically, the publication asks the judges to complete their judging within 4 weeks. If the article is acceptable in accordance with the criteria in the instructions, it will be considered for publication in the first possible issue.

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