Authors Guideline

Arrange Your Article in the Following Sequence


To ensure a coherent and structured presentation of your research, please organize your article in the following sequence:

  • Introduction/Background

Begin with an introduction that provides a comprehensive background to your research topic. This section should clearly outline the problem or issue being addressed, the objectives of the study, and the significance of your research. Introduce the main concepts and provide any necessary context for readers to understand the rest of the article.


  •  Literature Review

In this section, review existing literature related to your research topic. Summarize key findings from previous studies, highlight gaps in the current knowledge, and position your research within the broader academic discourse. This helps to establish a foundation for your study and demonstrates your familiarity with the subject area.

  •  Research Methodology

Detail the methods and procedures used to conduct your research. This should include information on your research design, data collection methods, sampling techniques, and any tools or instruments used. Provide enough detail to allow other researchers to replicate your study if needed.

  •  Research Findings

Present the results of your research in a clear and organized manner. Use tables, figures, and charts where appropriate to illustrate your findings. This section should focus on presenting data without interpretation—save the analysis for the next section.

  •  Research Analysis

Analyze the data presented in the previous section. Interpret the findings, discuss their implications, and relate them back to your research questions or hypotheses. This section should provide a thorough examination of the results, identifying patterns, trends, and significant outcomes.

  •  Conclusion

Summarize the key points of your research, restating the main findings and their relevance. Discuss the overall conclusions that can be drawn from your study, and how they contribute to the existing body of knowledge. This section should provide a concise synthesis of your research.

  •  Recommendations (if any)

Based on your findings and analysis, offer any recommendations for future research, policy changes, or practical applications. This section is optional and should be included only if you have specific suggestions to make.

  •  References

List all the sources cited in your article in a consistent and appropriate format. Ensure that you follow the citation style specified by Indagare (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago). This section is crucial for acknowledging the work of other researchers and providing readers with the resources to further explore the topic.

By following this structured format, you will ensure that your article is well-organized, logically presented, and easy for readers to follow. This approach helps to clearly convey your research process, findings, and contributions to the academic community.