The Featured Articles section of ICTYN features high-quality articles from emerging researchers, young professionals and students, written in a concise and accessible style that can be appreciated by a wide audience. We welcome formative pieces testing out new ideas, book excerpts reshaped to work stand-alone, summaries of more detailed journal articles and interviews.

Authors considering to submit an article for possible publication in ICTYN, should be aware that

  1. Articles should be between 2000 and 3000 words. The length of articles is, however, negotiable.
  2. Font: Times New Roman, size 12, double-spaced, justified, with ample margins.
  3. Key Words: add up to 6 key words for indexing.
  4. Articles should represent original research that has not been published elsewhere
  5. Shape a catchy title that directly describes the content. It must be 80 characters or less and presented in Title Case.
  6. Make sure you cite your sources, using a single style throughout your work for all citations (we prefer endnotes in square brackets or footnotes in the Chicago Manual of Style).
  7. We do not mind what variant of English you write in, but your grammar must be at a publishable standard.
  8. Articles should be presented as a short prose essay, clearly internally structured and easy to follow, with use of subheading if and where appropriate.
  9. Tables /charts are fine in the text as long as they are clear, add value to the prose and are numbered consecutively.
  10. Images (if used) must be integral to the content and be your own, or Creative Commons, supplied with attribution.

Submissions should be emailed as an attachment to submissions@ictyn.org with the word “Article” and the author’s last name in the subject line.

ICTYN welcomes engaging commentaries on emerging issues from researchers and analysts.

  1. Commentaries should be between 1000 and 1,500 words.
  2. Font: Times New Roman, size 12, double-spaced, justified, with ample margins.
  3. Key Words: add up to 6 key words for indexing.
  4. Articles should represent original research that has not been published elsewhere
  5. Shape a catchy title that directly describes the content. It must be 80 characters or less and presented in Title Case.
  6. Commentaries should be written in an accessible style and briefly explain complex ideas, jargon, or region-specific points when used and should signpost readers to deeper analysis via hyperlinks or references.
  7. We do not mind what variant of English you write in, but your grammar must be at a publishable standard.
  8. Tables /charts are fine in the text as long as they are clear, add value to the prose and are numbered consecutively.
  9. Images (if used) must be integral to the content and be your own, or Creative Commons, supplied with attribution.

Submissions should be emailed as an attachment to submissions@ictyn.org with the word “Commentary” and the author’s last name in the subject line.

In-Security is a quarterly publication established to provide students with the remarkable opportunity to showcase and disseminate their work beyond the boundaries of traditional assessment practice, adding value to research activities undertaken as part of their programme of study and potentially contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the field.

Before submitting an essay, please note that

  1. Submissions must be assessed and awarded at First Class / ‘A’ grade / Distinction level (or equivalent).
  2. Submissions should be between 2000 and 10,000 words, excluding references.
  3. Submissions should preferably be written in MS Word format, font Times New Roman, size 12, double-spaced, justified, with ample margins.
  4. Key Words: add up to 6 key words for indexing.
  5. English language/grammar must be of a high standard and carefully proofed to remove structural errors and typos.
  6. Referencing must be to academic standards with a full bibliographic reference for each source used (we prefer endnotes in square brackets or footnotes in the Chicago Manual of Style).
  7. Submissions must not be under consideration with other publishers, and must not be already published elsewhere.
  8. Tables /charts are fine in the text as long as they are clear, add value to the prose and are numbered consecutively.
  9. Images (if used) must be integral to the content and be your own, or Creative Commons, supplied with attribution.

Submissions should be emailed as an attachment to submissions@ictyn.org with the word “In-Security” and the author’s last name in the subject line.