This article format is the main guidelines for authors, every manuscript must be accompanied by a coverletter declaring that it is not duplicate publication. Indonesian authors are required to upload articles on the Supplementary File in two languages (Indonesian & English). Proofread is released to the author by showing a certificate from professional English editing and proofreading services in the Supplementary File.

Title page

The organization shown below should be followed (in the order given):

  • Title of the paper (title case, 14 pt, bold, centered)
  • Author name(s) (11 pt)
  • Author affiliation(s) (10 pt)
  • Address(es) of the institution(s) at which the work was performed (10 pt)
  • Name, postal and e-mail addresses, and phone and fax numbers of the corresponding author to whom the revision or galley proofs of the paper are to be sent. (10 pt)
  • The title should be brief and should not exceed 20 words. The affiliation address for each author should be indicated by superscript Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3, etc.).

Abstract (10 pt, bold)

Articles must include an abstract of 200 words or fewer. The abstract should not repeat the information already present in the title. The abstract should be written in English and in Bahasa Indonesia.

Keywords (10 pt, italics)

Immediately after the abstract, provide a maximum of 5 keywords written in alphabetical order. Please avoid general terms, multiple concepts (avoid, for example, and or of), and abbreviations. Only abbreviations firmly established in the field are eligible.

Introduction (12 pt, bold)

The Introduction presents the purpose of the studies reported and their relationship to earlier work in the field. It should not be an extensive review of the literature. Use only those references required to provide the most salient background to allow the readers to understand and evaluate the purpose and results of the present study without referring to previous publications on the topic.

Materials and Methods (12 pt, bold)

The Materials and Methods sections should be brief, but they should include sufficient technical information to allow the experiments to be repeated by a qualified reader. Only new methods should be described in detail. Cite previously published procedures in References.

Results (12 pt, bold)

The Results section should include the rationale or design of the experiments as well as the results of the experiments. Results can be presented in figures, tables, and text. Reserve extensive discussion of the results for the Discussion section.

Discussion (12 pt, bold)

The Discussion section should be an interpretation of the results rather than a repetition of the Results section. The Results and Discussion sections may be combined into one section when substantial redundancy cannot be avoided if they are put into two separate sections or when a long discussion is not warranted.

Reference (12 pt, bold)

Beberapa contoh penulisan daftar rujukan menggunakan MLA 7th publication manual disajikan sebagai berikut.

Print Book Examples

Format: Author’s last name/first name (and second author's name if applicable). Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication. Print.

Brooks, Max. The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection from the Living Dead.New York: Three Rivers Press, 2003. Print.

(Note: examples follow MLA 7th ed.)

E-book Examples

Same as print, except also add e-book source (where you got the e-book from database, Amazon, B&N, etc), Web. Date of Access.

Format: Author's last name. Title. Place of Publication: Publisher, date of Publication. Ebook source. Web. Date of Access.

Dukan, Pierre. The Dukan Diet: 2 Steps to Lose the Weight, 2 Steps to Keep It Off Forever. New York: Crown Archetype, 2011. Amazon. Web. 19 December 2012.

Print Journal

Format: Author(s). "Title of Article." Title of Periodical Volume.Issue (Date): pages. Medium of publication.

Bagchi, Alaknanda. "Conflicting Nationalisms: The Voice of the Subaltern in Mahasweta Devi's Bashai Tudu." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 15.1 (1996): 41-50. Print.

Online Journal from a Database

Author’s name. “Title of the Article.” Journal Title Volume.Issue (Date of publication): pages. Name of database or other relevant information. Access Provider. Web. Date.

Titus, Craig Steven, and Philip Scrofani.  “The Art of Love: A Roman Catholic Psychology of Love.” Journal of Psychology & Christianity 31.2 (2012): 118-129. Religion and Philosophy Collection. EBSCO Host. Web. 20 December 2012.

Online Magazine Example

Format: Author's name. "Title of Article." Magazine Title, day month year: pages. Web. Date of Access.

Atlas, Darla, et al. "Life in the Cult." People, 28 Apr. 2008: 62-7. Web. 20 Apr. 2009.

*Note: page numbers are optional for online magazines.

Online Newspaper Example

Format: Same as magazine.

Bailey, Issac J. "Big weekend for NFL Family from Georgetown."  Sun News Myrtle Beach Online, 5 Jan. 2013:  Web. 6 Jan. 2013.

Website Example

Format: Author’s name. Name of Web Site. Institution or organization associated with/producing the website. Date of posting/revision. Web. Date of access.

Carroll, Jason. “Homeless Asked to Pay Rent”. 10 May 2009. Web. 11 May 2009.

Book Review Example

Format: Author of Review. "Title of Review." (if there is one) Rev. of Title of work reviewed, by Name of Author. Source Information. (follow format for print, online journal, etc. as given above)

Murray, B.J. Rev. of Chamber Music: An Essential History, by Mark A. Radice. CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Sept. 2012: 93. Academic OneFile. Web. 21 Oct. 2014.