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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.
  • Systematic discussion in the article:

    A. Abstract / synopsis
    This section contains a summary of research, no more than 400 words (in English). Abstracts follow with a maximum of five (5) keywords (keywords) to make it easy to compose an article index.
    b. Preliminary
    This section describes the back of research, problem formulation, statement of purpose and (if necessary).
    c. Theoretical framework and hypothesis development
    Describes a theoretical approach based on literature review which is the logical basis for the development of hypotheses and.
    d. Research methods
    Describe the methods of selecting and measuring data, measurement and measurement.
    e. Data analysis
    Describe the analysis of research data and statistical description used.
    f. Discussion and decisions
    Results and conclusions.
    g. Implications and limitations
    Describe the implications of the findings and the addition of the research, as well as the suggested suggestions put forward for future research.
    h. Reference list
    Loading sources that can be written in article articles. Only referenced sources are listed in this reference list.
    I. Attachment
    Loading the tables, drawings and research instruments used
  • Articles are typed with single-spaced line spacing on quarto / letter paper (8.5 "x 11"), with a two-column view.
  • The maximum 15 page length of the article (with Times New Roman 12 pt).
  • Top, bottom, left and right margins of at least 1 inch.
  • All pages including tables, attachments, and references must be serial numbered pages.
  • If the table or picture is presented on a separate page of the body of writing (eg at the end of the manuscript), the authors should refer to the sections in the text, the place of the inclusion of tables or drawings
  • Each table or picture is numbered, the title corresponds to the contents of the table or image and the source of the quotation (if relevant).
  • Excerpts in text should be written between brackets and parentheses that mention the author's final name, years without commas, and page numbers if necessary.

    Example:
    a. One source of quotations with one author: (Baily, 1995). If accompanied by page numbers: (Baily, 1995: 47)
    b. One citation source with two authors: (Chan and Baily, 1997)
    c. One citation source with more than two authors: (Fatemi et al., 1997 or Walsh et al., 1998)
    d. Two sources of quotations with different authors: (Allen, 1994, Jung, 1996)
    e. Two sources of quotations with the same author (Baily, 1992; 1995). If the publication year is the same: (Baily, 1987a, 1987b)
    f. Sources of citations derived from the work of an institution should mention the acronyms of the institution concerned, for example, (BPPK, 2002)