Author guidelines

General formats:

[1] The submitted manuscript has never been published before;
[2] Manuscripts to be published in Indonesian or English;
[3] Typed with MS Word (.doc) or (.docx), 1 column, minimum 10 pages including tables, figures and graphs;
[4] Tables, graphs and figures should be numbered sequentially (table 1.... etc.), (figure 1.... etc.);
[5] Font Times New Roman, font 11;
[6] The manuscript is typed space 1 (one) on A4 paper size (21 x 29.7 cm).


Special format:

Title: short manuscript title, maximum 20 words, informative, and avoid writing case studies; 

Author's name: author's name is written without a title (if the author's name is only one word, it is better to write it into two syllables, by repeating the first syllable (example: Syafrizal, write Syafrizal Syafrizal); 

Affiliation: the name of the affiliate/institution is written unabbreviated, followed by the name of the city, and country; 

Email: write down the entire author's email;

Abstract: written in one paragraph, in English and Indonesian, maximum 250 words, consisting of research objectives, methods used, research results and research recommendations; 

Keywords: consists of 3-5 words; each word is separated by a semicolon (;); 

Introduction: write down the research problem or the reason why the research should be done, the reason is reinforced by several references derived from relevant, recent previous results (maximum of the last 7 years). There is a GAP statement/ difference between your research problem and the previous research referenced, and your research position on current scientific developments. Also write down the research objectives in the form of a narrative at the end of the introduction;

Research methods: write down the place and time of the research when it was conducted, how to determine the number of populations, samples and sampling techniques (if any), names of variables and indicators observed (if any), how to collect data, whether to use data quality tests and model feasibility tests, data analysis methods (qualitative or quantitative), data analysis model formulation (if any), hypothesis tests (if any), how to analyze information, the process of interpretation.

For research that uses qualitative methods, it can be explained the approach used, such as: the process of collecting data, how to analyze information, the process of interpretation, and the conclusion of research results.

Results and discussion: in this section the author must write down the characteristics of respondents (if using respondents), interpret and analyze the results of the research present, discuss the results of the research clearly and briefly, write a comparison of the results of research obtained with the results of previous research, explore the novelty/ contribution of the research results obtained [this will be seen from the comparison between the results of the research obtained with the previous research referenced].

>> tables and figures are already numbered sequentially and headings (exp: Table 1. ......, Table 2. ......,)

Conclusion: write down the conclusions of the study, limitations of the study, and recommendations or implications of future research, conclusions are written in the form of narratives and not bullet points

References: Writing a bibliography should use the American Psychological Association (APA) Style with Mendeley's manager references. Bibliography used for the last 7 (seven) years. The number of bibliography is at least 15, and 80% comes from articles published in journals / proceedings.