Guidelines

General Terms

Articles are typed on A4 size paper with right, left, top, bottom margins of 2.54 cm/1 inch (layout--> margins --> normal). Font Arial size 11. Single space. Each page must be numbered at the bottom right. The length of the script including references, attachments, tables, pictures, etc. is between 25 and a maximum of 35 pages.

Systematics and Writing Procedures

The following article's systematic guidelines are presented in accordance with standard writing procedures that must be followed. The following guide can also serve as a template for writing procedures.

ABSTRACT

Start the abstract by writing the title of the article before writing the contents of the abstract. It is important to maintain the integrity of the information when abstracts are presented separately in digital metadata. The title of the article at the beginning of the article is written in font size 11, italic, bold font. The abstract is written in a 2 cm left indent and italicized. The abstract contains: (1) the essence of research objectives, (2) theories and methods used to answer research questions/achieve research objectives, (3) research results/findings, (4) research contributions/implications for improving the world of practice and or for research and/or for theory development. Abstract is no more than 250 words.

FOREWORD

This section outlines an explanation of why this research is necessary and important to conduct. The author may start with an explanation of a developing phenomenon that makes the research on topic X in context A is essential. Then, the author continues with a brief review of previous studies that have tried to examine similar topics. Provide clear and acceptable arguments regarding matters or areas of previous research that still need to be investigated further through this research. This section also contains an explanation of the research objectives and a brief explanation that can convince the reader that this research can contribute to the world of practice, theory development, or future research. Do not use the exact same words and sentences as those used in the abstract. Conclude this section by presenting the organization of the article. Example: In the next section, a literature review will be presented followed by an explanation of the method. The research results are then presented, discussed, and concluded.

LITERATURE REVIEW

This section contains an explanation of the theory and previous studies related to the topic under the research. If the research has several hypotheses or questions, then the literature review is arranged in the order of the hypotheses/research questions. Theories and previous research are woven as a unified argument that can direct researchers in formulating hypotheses/research questions.

METHOD

This section contains a complete and concise explanation of the methods used to achieve research objectives/answer research questions/test hypotheses.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

The results of the analysis are reported in this section. Focus on reading the results of the analysis. The meaning of a number obtained or the presentation of the results of qualitative analysis. The title of the table is written at the top of the table, but the title of the figure is written at the bottom of the figure. Tables and figures are numbered using the numbers 1, 2, 3, and so on. Table numbers and titles are centered, while figure numbers and titles are left-aligned. As much as possible, avoid using vertical lines in the table, just horizontal lines.

CONCLUSION

A brief review of the research objectives, then proceed with an outline of the findings/research results and the implications of the research results for the world of practice, theory development, and subsequent research. Also explain the limitations of the study, if any.

REFERENCES

Good scientific articles use primary reference sources from the latest scientific journals or the latest textbooks whose credibility can be trusted. Avoid using reference sources from personal blogs, personal social media accounts, or other digital reference sources whose credibility is doubtful. If the author is going to quote data or information from a website, try to look for an organization's official website whose credibility can be trusted. In the body of the article, simply include the name of the author/composing institution followed by the year. While the website address is listed in the reference list.

To facilitate the review, editing, uploading of reference metadata, and the citation process, we recommend using software such as Mendeley in the citation process in the body of the article and in compiling references. The style used is Chicago Manual of style 17th Edition (Author-Date).

To avoid plagiarism, which is a serious academic violation, make sure you don't copy and paste someone else's writing in its entirety. Certain paragraphs from other people's writings to be quoted should be rearranged with their own sentences without changing the meaning. If certain parts of other people's writings must be quoted in their entirety, make sure that part of the writing is written between quotes. Example: A provides the definition of corporate social responsibility as “….financial, social and environmental accountability of the company” (author's last name, year, page). The number of similarities between the text and other literature should not exceed 20% of the total text.

Related Link :

1. Author Submission Guidline

2. Article Template