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Information for Authors

Papers must be written in English. An electronic version (PDF and MS Word Format) of the full paper should be submitted through email. The manuscript should follow the format and requirements provided on the webpage :

The selected manuscripts with permission by authors will be published in NIDA Case Research Journal.

* To be considered for presentation in the conference, please submit an abstract of your case study of no more than 500 words.

Guidelines for Case Study Submission

1. The Case studies must be written in English.

2. The Case study should consist of:

    2.1 The teaching or learning objectives of the case;
    2.2 The synopsis of the focal situation or a brief summary
           of the main point;
    2.3 The outline of the case includes
        - an opening section: Explaining tentatively “Who What When
          Where Why and  How” of the case,
        - main body of case,
        - closing section, and
       - and addendum of exhibits: providing support information
         such as tables, figures, graphs, etc.

3. Text should be typewritten or printed with single space in Times New Roman 12 pts only on one-side of A4 white paper with margins of 1.5" for top, 1.25" for left, and 1" for bottom and right sides and not be longer than 25 pages.  All pages must be numbered sequentially.  Footnotes indicate by superscript numbers in the text and the context of footnotes. References must be shown in the same page at the end of the paper.

4. The Name-Year System must be used for citations shown in text as (Miskin and Fisher, 1997: 124-136), (Samithson, 1984: 13) with the full references alphabetically shown at the end  as the following styles.


Davis, Keith. (1967).  Human Relation at Work: The Dynamic of Organization Behavior. 
New York:  McGraw-Hill.

Article in Journal   
Egloff, G. and Fitzpatrick, A. (1997). Vocationally Oriented Language Learning. 
Learning Teaching Journal.  30 (July): 226: 242.

Mershon, D. H. (1998, November/December). Star trek on the brain: Alien minds, human minds.
American Scientist, 86(6), 585. Retrieved July 29, 1999, from Expanded Academic  ASAP database.

Lynch, T. (1996). DS9 trials and tribble-ations review. Retrieved October 8, 1997, from Psi Phi:
Bradley's Science Fiction Club Web site:


Please visit the website below for an example of case published in our NIDA Case Research Journal :   Click on NIDA Case Research Journal and Browse Journal

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