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Manuscripts should be written concisely, consistently, and straightforward. The number of pages consists of 16 - 20 (twenty) pages (including figures and tables), and appendices should not be included in the text. Scripts are written in single-space on one side of A4 size paper (210 x 297 mm). The paper should have an upper limit and a lower limit of 2.5 cm and 3 cm left and right border of 2.5 cm. Font used is Times New Roman 12 pt. Scripts can be written using the English language. The writing style refers to the APA Style (The American Psychological Association).
The manuscript is presented in several sections: Introduction (Include research objective and hypothesis development if available), Method, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, and References
The title should simply and clearly summarize the main idea, typed in uppercase and lowercase letters, centered between the left and right margin; the recommended length of the title is no more than 15 words with font size 12.
The Journal operates a peer review process and promotes blind reviewing. To facilitate this process, author’s names (without academic titles), institutional affiliations, and the email address of the corresponding author should appear only on a detachable cover sheet. Contributor(s) should include a short CV describing his/her/their current position and activities in not more than 80 words.
*Departement/Study Program Name, Faculty Name, University Name, City, and States
*Corresponding Author. E-mail: email@example.com
Abstracts must be written in one-spaced paragraphs, containing a maximum of 250 words, and written in Times New Roman 10 pt. Abstracts must be written in English. The abstract must include research objectives, methods (participant characteristics, population, samples, sampling methods, data collection, and data analysis), findings, and conclusions. If necessary, recommendations can be given at the end of the paragraph. After the abstract, provide five keywords separated by semicolons (;). Choose keywords carefully that allow search engines to find your article.
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In the introduction, the author must discuss the purpose of the study at the end of the introduction. Before describing the purpose of the study, the author must describe the background, initial literature study (state of the art) as the basis for "gap analysis" which discusses the novelty of scientific research from articles, research, and hypotheses (if any). In the introduction there is nothing included in the separate literature in the headings agreed in the research report, which is written in the translation described behind in the research which discusses the literature that can show the state of the art - or the novelty of scientific discovery.
The methods section provides an explanation of the types of research / research designs. This section explains the number of subjects and the characteristics of the subject demographic data collection (Azwar, 2007). In quantitative research, if the research uses certain measuring instruments, it is necessary to convey the name of the measuring instrument, the number of items, the reliability coefficient, and the data analysis method used. In qualitative research, qualitative perspectives are used, and methods of data collection and analysis are discussed (Willig, 2008).
Results And Discussion
The results and discussion contain the results of research findings and scientific discussions. Write down scientific findings (scientific findings) obtained from the results of research conducted but must be supported by adequate data. The scientific findings agreed here are not the research data obtained. What scientific findings were obtained? Why did it happen? Why is the trend variable like that? All of these questions must be discussed scientifically, not just descriptive, and supported by adequate empirical data. In addition, the comparison must also be compared with the results of other researchers who are almost the same topic. Research results and findings must be able to answer hypotheses and / or research questions in the introduction.
Tables (maximum of 6 tables) and Figures (maximum of 6 figures) are placed in groups of text after the tables or figures are referred. Each image must be given the title of the image below this image and numbered. Each table must be given a table title and numbered sequentially to the top of the table followed by the source of the table.
The images must be agreed to be written clearly (font size, resolution and line size must be sure to print clearly consisting of JPEG). Image groups consist of diagrams / rules, tables and are released according to columns of text groups or if they are too large placed in the middle of the page. Tables should not contain vertical lines, horizontal lines are permitted but only important ones.
The Conclusions section consists of only one paragraph but obtained answers from hypotheses and / or research objectives or scientific findings obtained. Conclusions are not the result of repetition of the results and discussion, but more than the results of the results as expected from the results of the study. If necessary, at the end can be written things that will be done related to further research from the research.