Put a “single hyphen (-)” with space before and after between two authors’ names.
Example: … (Topaloğlu – Çelebi, 2015, 55).
EndNote Firs Name Field : Ömer Seyfettin,
Ahmed Cevdet Paşa,
Zotero Name Field : Ömer Seyfettin
Ahmed Cevdet Paşa
If you cite more than one source by the same author successively in the same refernces, use the abbrivation “Id. (The same person)” in the place of author’s first and last name in subsequent references.
Example: (Kutlu, 2010, 56; Id., 1997, 317-331).
If you cite two or more in the same year by the same author successively in the same references, use the alphabetic order with the year without any spaces.
Example: … (Koç, 2014a, 44; Id., 2014b).
For references with three or more authors use the abbrivation “et al.” after first author’s name in references. The same applies to bibliography.
For references with three or more editors use the abbrivation “et al.” after first editor’s name. The same applies to bibliography.
As a general rule, the main elements of the citation in references are separated with comma (,) and in biblioghraphy with dot (.).
If you cite two or more sources by different authors, put semicolons (;) between your references to separate them from each other.
Example: Author’s last name, title of work, page; Author’s last name, title of work, page.
The abbreviation “p.” is not used to indicate page.
The abbreviation “vol.” is not used to indicate volume number. Use a slash (/) between volume and page number.
Example: … (Akün, 1989, 2/416).
Roman numerals are not used to indicate volume number.Misuse: V/11 Proper use: 5/11
Part numbers of the volumes of works consisting of two parts are indicated in parentheses.
Example: … [Qāḍī ʿAbd al-Jabbār, 1963, 6(2)/22].
In citing articles use a slash (/) between volume and page number of the journal.
Example: Cumhuriyet İlahiyat Dergisi 19/1 (June 2015), 23.
Number of editions of a work is indicated as “x. Edition”, without using the abbreviation “ed.”. This information is stated in bibliography before publication date. No need to indicate first edition of a work as “1. Edition”.
al-Ṣaffār al-Bukharī, Abū Isḥāq Ibrāhīm b. Ismāʿīl al-Zāhid. Talkhīṣ al-adilla li-qawāʿid al-tawḥīd. Critical ed. Angelika Brodersen. 2 Volume. Beirut: al-Maʿhad al-Almānī li’l-Abḥāth al-Sharqiyya, 2011.
al-Bukhārī, Abū ʿAbdallāh Muḥammad b. Ismāʿīl. al-Jāmiʿ al-ṣaḥīḥ. ed. Muḥammad Zuhayr b. Nāṣir. 8 Volumes. s.l.: Dār Ṭawq al-Najāt, 2. Edition 1422/2001.
In citing publications like Book Chapters, Published Meeting Papers and Encyclopedia Articles in bibliography, page range should be indicated before printing information, not at the end.
Akün, Ömer Faruk. “Âlî Mustafa Efendi”. Türkiye Diyanet Vakfı İslâm Ansiklopedisi. 2/416-417. Ankara: TDV Yayınları, 1989.
Türcan, Galip. “Kelâm’ın Meşrûiyeti Sorunu: Ehl-i Sünnet Kelâmı ve Olgusal Gerçeklik Arasındaki İlişki”. Marife 5/3 (2005), 175-193.
Publication dates of classical sources are indicated as A.H./A.D. “534/1139”.
Example: … (al-Bazzāzī, 1310/1892, 243).
If the date of a given work is unknown, use the abbreviation “n.d.”.
Example: … (Topaloğlu, n.d., 2/143).
The page ranges are written exactly in the form of 135-139.
Example: … (al-Ghazzālī, 1976, 135-136).
Form the bibliography in the same way as the ISNAD Author-Title System.