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Author Guidelines

The format of the script is as follows:

 1.       TITLE

The title should describe the contents of the article in full, a maximum of 14 words in Indonesian or 10 words in English.

 2.       AUTHOR

The author's name is accompanied by the origin of the institution but is not accompanied by a degree. Authors are required to include authors' biographies written on a separate sheet, consisting of: office address, address, and home telephone, Hp. and E-mail .

 3.       ABSTRACT / ABSTRACT

Abstracts are written in English and Indonesian. The abstract contains a summary summary of the overall essence of the study in a concise and concise manner. Abstract contains background, objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. Abstracts are typed single spaces.

Keywords should reflect concepts or research variables contained, consisting of 5-6 words.

 4.       INTRODUCTION

The introduction explains the main points discussed as the research / problem background, which contains the research issues, research objectives, and a summary of relevant theoretical studies. The preliminary presentation in the article does not include the title.

 5.       REFERENCE REVIEW / THEORY

Contains a variety of theories relevant to the research variables that contain the indicators used to measure, as well as the description of the relationships among the variables.

 6.       RESEARCH METHODS

Methods include research design, population and sample, development of research instruments, data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques, described briefly.

 7.       RESULT AND DISCUSSION

  • The results present the results of the final data analysis instead of unprocessed raw data.
  • Discussion is an explicit affirmation of the interpretation of the results of data analysis, linking findings to previous theories or research, and the implications of the findings are linked to current circumstances. 
  • The description exposure can be accompanied by images, photos, tables, and graphs all of which include the title, and the reference source if necessary.

 8.       CONCEPT AND SUGGESTIONS

9.       REFERENCES

10.    LIST OF APPENDICES (IF ANY)

11.    Acknowledgments addressed to them (individuals, organizations, and institutions) that have helped carry out research and writing. (if available)

 

 

Quote List Writing Techniques

 

The inclusion of the author's name in the molding (quotation) and the bibliography list follows the writing system required as follows:

 

- Referrals are made using the final and year names. If there are two authors, the referrals are made by naming the names of the two authors. If the author is more than two persons, the reference is made by writing the first author's first name followed by et.al.

- The name of the author is called integrated in the text, so that it is written in parentheses only years and pages, written (year: page)

Example:

Gunadi (2005: 4) defines taxpayer compliance is if the Taxpayer has a willingness to fulfill his tax obligation in accordance with the applicable rules without the need for examination, thorough investigation, warning, or threats and the application of sanctions both legal and administrative.

- The author's name is not integrated in the text, so the author's name is written in parentheses together with the year and page, written (author's name, year: page)

Example:

The interest rate is often described as the price of the credit (Thomas, 1997: 79).

- Author consists of two people

Example:

Experience will provide a useful feed back on how things are done better (Brouwman & Bradley, 1997: 121)

- Author of more than two people

Example:

The credibility of the business world is differentiated according to two types of disclosure credibility : investor perceptions of information released and management credibility emphasize the resilience of corporate managers by referring to investors' perceptions of managers in terms of competence and trust (Hovland et al. 1953: 21) .

- If the problem quoted is discussed by several people in different sources, then the way the source tree is quoted is:

Example:

Several studies on students' attitudes toward mathematics (Suydam, 1984; Corbitt, 1984; Wigfield, 1991)

- If the source of the quotation is several papers from the same author that same year, then the way of writing is to add letters a, b, and so on in the year of publication.

Example:

(Bathur, 1990a, 1990b)

- Footnotes not to list citation or references. Footnotes only to add important information or advanced explanations of a topic.

 

 

 

Writing Techniques Bibliography

 

The bibliography is sorted alphabetically and chronologically based on the type of source used.

The components that should be included in the bibliography are as follows.

  1. The name of the author, by writing the first name first, then the first name (abbreviated). This applies to all names, both foreign and Indonesian.
  2. The year of publication, the title of the relevant article with underlined or in italics, the city where the publisher is located, and the name of the publisher.
  3. The first line is typed starting first hit and the second line and so on typed start the fifth blow or one tab on the computer.
  4. How to write a bibliography based on the source type used is as follows.

1) If the source is a journal:

Hiebert, J. 1989. Children’s Mathematics Learning: The Struggle to Link Form and Understanding. Elementary School Journal. 84: 496-513.

2) If the book is sourced:

a) If a book is written by one person:

Ausubel, D.P. 1968. Educational Psycology: A Cognitive View. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

b) If a book is written by two or three people, then all names must be written and the second author's name and so on remain reversed:

Kottler, J.P. & Heskett, J.L. 1992. Corporate Cultures and Performance. Canada: Maxwell Macmillan.

c) If the book is written by more than three persons, it is used et al. (in italics or underlined):

Hart, K. et al. 1985. Celsea Diagnostic Test. Winsdor: NFER-Nelson.

d) If the author is an editor:

Boe, E.E. & Gilford, D.M. (Eds). 1992. Teacher Supply, Demand, and Quality: Policy Issues, Models, and Data Bases. Washington, DC: National Research Council.

e) If the source is a person's writing in a collection of writings of many people:

Pujianto. 1984. Social Ethics in Indonesia's Value System, in YP2LPM. 1984. Human Dialogue, Fislsafat, Culture, and Development . Malang: YP2LPM.

 

f) If the book is an edition:

Gabriel, J. 1970. Children Growing Up: Development of Children Personality (3rd edition). London: University of London Press.

Sugiono. 2006. Business Research Methods (9th ed.). Bandung: Indonesian Publishers Association (IKAPI).

3) If sourced outside of journals and books

a) A thesis, thesis or dissertation

Ashtahyam, AD 2002. Efforts to Increase Student Achievement in Integrated Schooling that Teachers in Generally Practice Teachers . Dissertation DoctorPPS UNK, Bandung: unpublished.

b) In the form of department publications:

Department of Education and Culture. 2002. General Policy Curriculum Based on Basic and Secondary Education Competencies . Jakarta: Depdiknas.

c) Form of document:

Teacher Education Development Project. 1983. Project Assessment Report on Teacher Education Development . Jakarta: Depdikbud.

d) Form of paper:

Djojonegoro, W. 1996. Development of Education in the Era of Globalization and Its Implications to the Development of Teacher Positions . Paper at National Seminar of Teacher Profession Insight Year 2000, December 21, 1996. Surabaya: Unpublished.

e) Form of newspaper:

Niels, M. 1998. Civil Society Can Not Rely on Java Value. Kompas (November 29, 1998).

4) If sourced from internet:

a) If individual works, the way of writing is:

Author / editor. Year. Title (edition), [medium type]. Available: address on the internet. [accessible date].

b) If part of the collective work, the way of writing is:

Author / editor. Year. Title (edition), [medium type]. Available: address on the internet. [accessible date]

c) If the article is in the journal, the way it is written is:

Author. Year. Title. Journal Name [media type], volume (publication), page. Available: address on the internet. [accessible date]

Example:

Supriadi, D. 1999. Restructuring the Schoolbook Provision System in Indonesia. Some Recent Initiatives. Dalam Educational Policy Analysis Archieves[Online], Vol 7 (7), 12 halaman. Tersedia: http: //epaa.asu.edu /epaa/v7n7.html [18 April 2002].

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

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