Who should participate?
- Educational leaders and Academicians including
- Social Scientists
- Government representatives
- Members from Civil societies, NGOs and
- Individuals interested in Life Skills, adolescent
and youth related research
- Trainers and practitioners of life
- Media and those who are interested please feel
free to join with us.
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Guidelines for Article
The WWA International Journal is the
institutional publication of the WWA, a leading Non-governmental organization of Nepal working in the field of Peace Education and
Emotional Intelligence. The articles submitted for publication in the WWA Journal should follow the style and instructions as given below:
- Articles must be empirical, or at least analytical scientific,
or literature-review papers should be submitted. The articles should be related to Emotional Intelligence, Peace Education, Buddhism, Peace Psychology, Emotional Intelligence, Psychiatric, Human
Development Management, and Peace through religious perspectives.
- The empirical article/papers should be
structured as follows:
- Title of the Paper
- Abstract (limited to 150 words)
- Introduction/General Background (along with rationale of the
- Objective of the Study
- Statement of Issue (Problem) and Theoretical
- Literature Review (Conceptual and Past empirical studies): It
may be included in the Parts of Introduction’ or Statement of Issue’
- Research Methodology
- Data Analysis, Results and Discussions
- Conclusion(along with comparison with previous studies, if any)
and future study needs, if any
- References (only those used in the paper text or context
- Submission of the article to the Review will be taken to imply
that it represents not any previous published, but an original work, and it is not being considered elsewhere for publication, and that if accepted for publication it will not be published anywhere
without the consent of the Editorial Board; however, the ideas and opinions expressed in the articles published in the Review are solely those of author(s).
- The authors should be responsible for the theme and the contents
of articles in no way represent views and policies of the organization or that of the Editorial and editors.
Key Formatting Guidelines:
- Software: This guide is intended primarily for those
working with Microsoft Word 2003 or earlier. This software should be adequate for preparing the manuscript according to WWA guidelines, although there may be exceptions where the author intends to
make use of images or illustrations in the text which need to be especially positioned. If Word cannot deal with such requirements, it is recommended that a desktop publishing software such as
Pagemaker or Indesign be used. However, if Word or Rich Text Format files are not supplied, then the final submission must be in the Portable Document Format (pdf) and must constitute a single file
to include any front matter supplied by us, i.e. any merging of files must be undertaken before the submission to WWA Research Department. In the case of photographs or portraits that need to be
placed in a separate section please include these in a separate file, ensuring that images are labelled with captions that are consistently positioned and formatted. All in-text material must be
included in the main files of the manuscript. WWA Research Department requires that the final submission be made either on disk or via email. It is the editor’s responsibility to collect and organise
all materials related to the book and present these as either a single document or a set of documents in a clearly marked order. Chapters from individual contributors will not be
2. Document setup: The
full physical page size including all margins will be 148mm x 210mm The five sets of margins
Top of main body: 25mm
3. Ensure that each chapter of your text, as well as frontmatter (dedication, title, preface, forward,
introduction or introductory note, contents) and endmatter (appendixes, endnotes, bibliographies, index) begins on a new page.
Use Times New Roman: 10 pts fonts for the main text and all additional parts except endnotes and index (where you should use 9pts), and chapter headings (where you should use
16pts). All text should be single-spaced.
5. Indent the first line of each paragraph by 5mm.
Indent quoted texts of greater than 2 lines or other texts which you think should stand out by 5 milimetres from both sides, and leave one line spaces between the top
line and main text as well as between the bottom line and main text; and use 9 pts for all such text
7. Use double quotation marks for all cases (including single words) except for
quotes within quotes.
Embed all non-standard fonts. To do this, open the file in which you want to embed fonts; click File, then Save As, then either click Tools and Embed TrueType Fonts or
click General Options and Embed TrueType Fonts.
- The preferred maximum length of a submission is
- The article should have conclusions at the end.
The main body of the article should be provided with mathematical proofs and calculations that justify the issue of the article. Lengthy mathematical proofs and calculations that justify the issue of
the article. Lengthy mathematical works and more extensive details tables, if any, should be placed in an appendix or omitted entirely.
- Tables and figures
must be numbered with caption and brief descriptions.
- The title page should
be numbered with caption and brief descriptions.
- The first or the title
page should contain only title, name, institutional affiliation(s), full postal address, telephone and mobile number, and Email address of each author; and, if there are two or more authors, indicate
which author is responsible for correspondence.the second page will contain title, abstract and text etc.
References should strictly follow the as shown below:
Boehnke, K., M.P. Regmi, P.O. Richmond, S. Chandra and C. Stromberg. (1994). "worries, values and
well-being: A Comparison of East and West German, Nepalese and Fijian Undergraduates." (Paper Presented in the XII Congress of I.A.C.C.P. Pamplona.)
Inkeles, A.,&D.J.Levinson. (1969.)"National Character: The Study of Modal Personality and
Socio-Cultural Systems." In Handbook of Social Psychology, Vol.IV, G. Lindiey & E. Aronson(eds). Massachusetts: Addison Wesley Co.
Regmi, Murari Prasad. (1989). A History of Psychological Researches in Nepal. Psychologia. 32.,
Rorschach, H. (1921). Psychodiagnostics. Berne: Birchen.
Salovey, P. & J.D. Mayer.(1990)."Emotional Intelligence". Imagination, Cognition and Personality.
The participants are
requested to register by sending the duly filled Registration form through e-mail along with their research paper and registration fees (through Money Transfer/ Wired Transfer). Bank details will be
provided by the Conference Secretariat.
- Registration for
- Working tea and lunch for conference day One
- A copy of conference publication (Journal Abstract / book of proceeding)
- Conference certificate
does not include:
- Local Transportation
- Local Tour
To submit a proposal,
send a paper or an abstract of a paper with maximum of
150 words to the Conference Secretariat. All papers and abstracts will be
reviewed and authors will be informed of the review decision within two weeks of submission. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.
Dr. Laxman Shakya