EJEM is committed to always improving the quality of both the publication process and published manuscripts. For this purpose, several changes were made.

Starting Volume 13 issue 1, EJEM uses a new abstract format. EJEM hopes that the new abstract format can better reflect the contents of the corresponding manuscript. The length of the abstract should be between 150-250 words, including keywords and article classification. Clearly written to convey the salient features of your paper, it should include the following:

Purpose: One to two sentences clearly stating the specific objectives.
Methods: One to two sentences highlighting the methods/approach your study uses and if there is a distinctive aspect to the methods.
Findings: Two to four sentences summarising the main result.
Implication: One to two sentences explaining the scholarly and/or practical significance of the main results and findings.
Originality: One to two sentences highlighting how your research to be distinct from the existing literature.
Keywords: Three to five words or phrases.