About Integhumanitatis Journals

(1) International Journal of Integrative Humanism with ISSN: 20266286, is a multidisciplinary academic Journal that publishes well researched articles with topical issues bothering on Humanities. JIH is a publication of the Faculty of Arts, University of Cape Coast, Ghana and therefore owns the copyrights. The Editors are not responsible for  statements and thoughts therein your paper. It accepts the MLA and APA documentation style sheets provided there is consistency.
 
(2) Humanitatis Theoreticus with ISSN: 27142418, is an international multidisciplinary academic Journal that publishes well researched articles in the Humanities with specific interest in theoretical based discourses in the Arts/Humanities. HT journal is a publication of the University of Yaounde, Cameroon. Our Editors shall not be responsible for your statements and thoughts therein your paper. MLA and APA documentation style sheets are acceptable provided consistency is maintained.

Electronic copy of manuscript can be sent by e-mail to:  eddytorial@yahoo.com.

Upon receipt, the editor will acknowledge within one day to one week. Thereafter the paper will undergo internal check for suitability and plagiarism before sending it to “blind peer” reviewers. The review process takes between one to two months before decisions are taken based on the reviewers recommendations.

The journal has waived submission fee. However, publication fee of $100 which includes the review fee must be paid before accepted papers are published. Payments can be made either through bank draft or direct bank transfer into account below:

Bank Name: Zenith Bank

Bank Account: 2009736593

Account Name: Edward Ugbada Adie

Western Union, Money Gram also accepted

Submission of a manuscript means:

 • The work has not been published before in any journal or website.

• It is not under consideration for publication in any other journal.

• Its publication has been agreed by all coauthors, as well as by the responsible authorities, explicitly or tacitly as well as the organization where the work was carried out. Authors are responsible for submitting manuscripts in clear English language, French or any Nigerian Language, and can obtain assistance from a dependent professional editor, if necessary.

The Journal will not be held legally answerable should there be any claims for compensation. If part of a contribution in the journal has appeared or has been submitted elsewhere, the paper will not automatically rejected so long as the result, conclusion and implications are significantly improved or different as compared to the other work. In this occasion, the corresponding author must detailed out in the cover letter the part of the contribution that has appeared elsewhere, in what publication, and how the submitted manuscript differs from previously published version.

Conflict of interest

Authors must specify whether or not they have a financial association with the organization that sponsored the research. This should be spelled out separately in a section before the reference list.

Important information

• Manuscript should be ‘grammar-checked’ and ‘spell-checked’ throughout, to avoid rejection.

• References or Works Cited must be consistent throughout the manuscript.

• All references mentioned in the Reference or Works Cited list must be cited in the text, and vice versa.

How to prepare a manuscript

Regular Articles should be approximately 10 printed pages long and if possible not exceeding 20 pages. However, appropriate length of a manuscript depends on the information existing in the paper. A manuscript should consist of the following content:

Title

The title should be concise, simple and informative with only the first word capitalized. Author(s) name(s) affiliation(s) and phone number(s) should be spelled out. A list of all authors (with first and last name(s) should be written in full), as well as corresponding addresses, must be provided.

Addresses should enclose all information needed for an effective mail delivery. E-mail should also be provided to allow communication between authors and readers. This information will be published except authors request otherwise.

Abstract

An abstract should accompany each manuscript; it should be completely self-consistent (i.e., with no figure, table, equation or reference citations), not exceeding 300 words and written as a single paragraph. Vague and ambiguous expressions should be avoided, if possible.

Works Cited

Our journal also accepts the Modern Language Association (MLA) documentation style sheet provided the author is consistent. Citations must appear both in the text of you paper (in-text citation) and in the works cited list at the end of your paper.

The list of works cited appears on a separate page at the end of the essay.  It is titled (centred, no quotation marks, no underline)

Each entry presents information in a specific order: the author’s name, the title, the publication information. Each citation in a works cited list ends with a period

Our authors should ensure that punctuations are well and thoroughly done. (SEE MLA 8TH ED.)

EXAMPLES:

For book- one author

Adie, Edward. My Way: An Analysis. Sunnytech press, 2019

In-text— (Adie 29)

(SEE MLA 8TH EDITION FOR BOOK EDITED BY ONE OR MANY AUTHORS, BOOKS PUBLISHED BY ORGANIZATIONS LIKE UNITED NATIONS AND OTHERS AS APPLICABLE TO YOUR CITATIONS)

Our journal also accepts the APA documentation style sheet

Main body of the paper

In-text citations should provide the name of the author(s) as well as the year the source was published. These incorporate two vital pieces of information: the author’s name and the year the material was published.

When quoting a print material, citing the page number where the quoted material originally appears should also be included. The page number should follow the year in the in text citation. Page numbers are needed only when content has been directly quoted, not when it has been paraphrased or summarized. For Instance;

 

Bassey (2008) found that low carbohydrate diets will help subjects with diabetes maintain a healthy weight and control blood sugar levels.

 

 It could appear as thjs when it is directly quoted;

“Low-carbohydrate diets often help subjects with diabetes maintain a healthy weight and control blood sugar levels” (Bassey, 2008, p4).

 

The parenthetical citation at the end of the sentence includes the author’s name, a comma, the year the source was published and also in case of print issues the page. The period at the end of the sentence comes after the parentheses. However, standard copy-editing corrections are inserted by the Production Staff. For details, see the internationally agreed standards adopted by the International Organization of Standardization (ISO). However, sticking to the following main rules shall hasten the production procedure. Whichever spelling you choose (American or British English) please be consistent throughout. Use hyphens consistently and avoid avoidable ones.

Latin expressions, such as, e.g., i.e., et al., versus (vs.) should be set in italic.

References

It is important to check the accuracy of bibliographic information in references. This has become more important with the on-line version. If your reference citations are incorrect or incomplete (e.g., missing author name, or an incorrect volume number or page), there may be delay in processing your paper.

References that are cited in the paper could be written in the American Psychological Association (APA) format and should be arranged in alphabetical order at the end of the paper. For example:

Books:
Peter, A. (1970) Collective Choice and Social Welfare. San Francisco: Holden-Day.

Articles:
Ng, Y.K. (1971) “The Possibility of a Paretian Liberal: Impossibility Theorems and Cardinal Utility”, Journal of Political Economy, Vol.79: 1397-1402.

Chapters in Book:
Henry, J.W.N. (1968) “Methodological Individualism and Social Tendencies”, In M. Brodbeck (Ed.), Readings in the Social Studies, pp. 269-280 London: Macmillan.