Instruction for Authors

  1. Acceptance Criteria

The manuscript needs to be scientifically important, original, and interesting to the scientific audience for acceptance in the journal. According to the editorial policy, all submitted manuscripts undergo an in-depth double-blind peer review. The review procedure document is provided on the journal website.

  1. Types of content 

Humanities Today: Proceedings (HTPR) is a multidisciplinary, open-access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to recent research and studies in the field Humanities. HTPR welcomes and acknowledges recent, high-quality theoretical and empirical original research papers in the areas of Humanities, case studies, review articles, literature reviews, book reviews, conceptual frameworks, analytical and simulation models, surveys, direct observations, person-based experiments, case studies, and systematic reviews from researchers, academicians, professional and practitioners from all over the World.

The journal welcomes and acknowledges high-quality theoretical and empirical original research papers, case studies, review papers, literature reviews, book reviews, conceptual frameworks, analytical and simulation models, and technical notes. 

  1. Topics

As a contribution to the field, HTPR aims to be a broad range of multidisciplinary platform in the related fields with all aspects of theory and practice, where researchers and scientists share discuss, and build a constructive discussion around interventions with their significant recent findings to the scientific community and the audience worldwide.

The topics for HTPR cover diverse fields of social sciences and humanities including but not limited to the following.

  • administrative corruption
  • anthropological linguistics
  • applied problems of relevance to marketing
  • biographic arts
  • business-to-business and network marketing
  • challenges of social responsibility criticism
  • class and culture in literature and film
  • clinical linguistics
  • collective behavior
  • communication studies
  • computational linguistics
  • conflict and community
  • consumer preferences
  • consumer reactions to marketing strategies
  • consumption and consumer practice
  • corpus linguistics
  • cosmic linguistics
  • cultural policy-making in education
  • cultural trends
  • culture and society
  • developmental linguistics
  • diachronic linguistics
  • disability and integration problems
  • disability studies
  • discourse analysis
  • ecological impacts of marketing practice
  • economic, culture, society, and interdisciplinary
  • educational linguistics
  • environment
  • environmental economics
  • ethics
  • ethnolinguistics
  • evolutionary linguistics
  • family & marriage
  • film and literature
  • forensic linguistics
  • functional linguistics
  • fundamentals of languages
  • gender politics and discourses
  • historical linguistics
  • history and tradition
  • home and away: epics and utopias
  • impacts of technology on society
  • individual and collective well-being
  • information society
  • information technology
  • interconnections between marketing and society
  • interdisciplinary and modern concepts
  • interdisciplinary and war
  • interdisciplinary beyond academic domains
  • international cinema
  • international cooperation
  • international economics
  • internet linguistics
  • issues of identity and globalization
  • justice
  • labor economics
  • labors of marketing actors
  • language and linguistics in society
  • language and technology
  • language education
  • language planning and policy
  • literary discourse
  • literary research methods
  • literature theory and practice
  • management of the education sector
  • marketing and economics
  • mathematical linguistics
  • modernism and postmodernism
  • narrative and memory
  • nature of interdisciplinarity
  • neurolinguistics
  • new social disparities
  • paralinguistics
  • planning and policy-making in development
  • product design/positioning
  • psychoanalytic approaches to literature
  • psycholinguistics
  • psycho-social development
  • public health
  • rebels in literature and music
  • religious or secular interdisciplinary
  • research in anthropology
  • responsibility, tolerance, liberty, equality
  • rethinking marketing theory and practice
  • role of management in business
  • scientific misconduct in doing research
  • security and tourism development
  • service delivery and staff
  • significance of gender and youth studies
  • social accountability
  • social and economic change
  • social movements
  • social network analysis
  • social psychology
  • social reintegration problems
  • social services
  • social work
  • sociolinguistics
  • statistical linguistics
  • strategic interaction of firms
  • studies in trauma literature
  • studies on organizations
  • support for vulnerable groups
  • the challenges of elites
  • the epic tradition
  • the management of marketing
  • theoretical linguistics
  • translation studies
  • typological linguistics
  • uncovering fairytales, myth, folktales, and ghost stories
  • violence in society
  • water crisis
  • water crisis and environment
  • women and gender studies
  • women in literature and psychology
  • women's literature
  • work and profession
  • world literature


  1. Paper Improvement

The author double-checks the manuscript in terms of:

  • Technical correctness
  • Novelty/originality
  • Reference to prior work
  • Quality of experimental results (if any)
  • Organization and clarity
  • Importance to the field 


The author checks whether 

  • the nature and scope of the paper are clearly stated in the abstract.
  • Introduction 

The author checks whether the introduction:

  • provides relevant background information;
  • indicates the scope and direction of the paper;
  • provides a context for the main issue;
  • indicates the focus of the paper;
  • the objectives are mentioned clearly, along with the significance of the study for the relevant audiences.

Review of literature and Theoretical Framework 

The author checks whether:

  • the existing literature covers all relevant aspects of the study;
  • the context of the topic or problem is established clearly in the literature review or historical background.

Research design and methods 

The author checks whether:

  • the methodology is clear and supported by literature;
  • the method used is appropriate to the objective of the study;
  • the methodology is reliable for the interpretation of findings;
  • the reason for choosing the methodology is mentioned.

Data collection 

The author checks whether:

  • the data is collected with the proper instrument.

Discussion, Findings, and interpretation 

The author cheeks whether:

  • the findings are interpreted in the light of the literature;
  • the terms are clear for the general audience and reader;
  • language of the paper is simple, cohesive, and free of jargon.


The author checks whether:

  • the literature is based on various studies;
  • the literature is integrated within the body of the paper;
  • the literature is cited correctly according to APA style;
  • enough references are cited for the study.

Excessive self-citations seemingly forced efforts among some authors for citations, and unnecessary references not mentioned within the body text are considered inappropriate and unacceptable.

  1. Paper Guidelines 

The author checks whether:

  • the paper is written according to the journal guideline;
  • all headings and subheadings are numbered correctly;
  • tables and figures are proper and provided with good image quality;
  • The length should not exceed 6000 words
  1. Submission

The author should submit the manuscript as a Word document via the online form at the link below.

 If the authors face difficulties submitting via the online form, they can send the manuscript as an attachment via email to [email protected].

  1. APC (Article Processing and Publishing Fee)

The journal charges a fee of €220 for processing and publishing the article.

Authors can pay the fee using one of the three methods provided on the invoice.

  1. Open Access

The journal follows the open access policy of CC BY NC under Creative Commons attribution license v 4.0 (

According to this license, the content is free to download, distribute and adapt for noncommercial uses, provided appropriate attributions are made to the original article and its contributors.

  1. Paper format 


Title: The abstract's title should be 12-point Cambria and bold.

Author name: For each author, write the full name, affiliation, and email in Cambria 11.

Body: The abstract should be in Cambria font, 11 points, not bold, not italic, single space, between 150 to 250 words long as one paragraph, and fully justified.


5-10 words lower case, comma separated (not "Key words" but "Keywords")

Abstract language


Full Paper 

Font Size and Type: 10-pt. Cambria

Line Spacing: Single space throughout the paper, including the title page, abstract, document body, references, appendixes, footnotes, tables, and figures.

Spacing after Punctuation: Space once after commas, colons, and semicolons within sentences. Insert one space after punctuation marks that end sentences.

Alignment: Justified

Paragraph Spacing: 0 pt before and 6 pt after.

Order of Pages: Title Page, Abstract, Body (Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Discussion, Analysis, Conclusions, etc.), References, Footnotes, and Appendixes are placed after the references.

Tables & Figures are placed within the body of the text with good image quality and in line with the text (not text on both sides of the image).

Total Length

Maximum 6000 words.


According to the APA (American Psychological Association) Referencing System.


Full paper should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc, .docx). Pdf not accepted



  1. Review Procedure

The review procedure is given by the guideline on the journal website.

  1. Deadlines


The journal publishes three issues per year.

15 April
The submission deadline for this issue is 15 March.

15 August
The submission deadline for this issue is 15 July.

15 December
The submission deadline for this issue is 15 October.


Journal Manager