Author Guidelines


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.

-   The submission has not been previously published, nor considered in another journal

-   The submission file is in Microsoft Word (.doc or .rtf)

-   Where available, URLs for the references have been activated.

-   The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Starting from 2021, our journal will only publish manuscripts in the Indonesian language. We encourage authors to carefully review the submission guidelines provided below to ensure compliance with journal standards. Additionally, we recommend using reference management tools such as Mendeley, Zotero, EndNote, etc. to enhance the quality of your submissions.

1.  Please note the following before submitting your manuscript:

Format Requirements: Ensure that the submitted research paper complies with the manuscript template. Include a section outlining the content of your paper. Refer to our manuscript template.

Ethical Considerations: Adhere to research ethics standards and paper preparation in general. Disclose any conflicts of interest or competing interests. For this purpose, authors should fill out an Author Statement. The author's statement can then be included with your paper as an additional file.

Originality and Copyright: Submitted papers must be original, and authors must confirm that they have the right to submit the content. Plagiarism, data manipulation, or any form of research misconduct are strictly prohibited. By submitting, authors grant the journal the right to publish and distribute the paper.

Language: Submissions must be written in clear and standardized Indonesian language.

Peer Review Process: Submitted papers will undergo a rigorous peer review process. Authors may be asked to respond to reviewer feedback. Acceptance or rejection decisions will be communicated promptly.

Authorship and Acknowledgments: List all authors and their contributions. Acknowledge sources of funding and individuals who contributed but do not meet authorship criteria.

Post-Publication Corrections: If errors are identified after publication, authors may request corrections. Corrections will be assessed for significance and accuracy before implementation.

Publication and Open Access: Accepted papers will be published on our platform. Authors should be aware of the journal's open access policy.

Addendum: Submissions not adhering to the manuscript template will be rejected.

Note: We largely reject submissions for these reasons.

2. Manuscript Content:

Title: The title should be concise, informative, and clearly written.

Introduction: Should contain (briefly and sequentially) general background and literature review (state of the art) as the basis for new research questions, statement of new scientific articles, main research problems, and previous findings related to the manuscript. The last part of the introduction should state the purpose of writing the article.

Methods: The methods applied to solve the problem, including analysis methods. The methods used in solving the research problem are described in this section.

Results and Discussion: This section consists of research results and how they are discussed. The results obtained from the research should be supported by sufficient data. Research results and findings should be in response to or hypotheses previously mentioned in the introduction section.

Conclusion: This is the final section, containing the conclusions of the study. The conclusion will be the answer to the hypothesis, research objectives, and research findings. Conclusions should not only contain a repetition of results and discussion. It should be a summary of research results, in line with the author's expectations of research objectives or hypotheses.

References: All cited works must be listed correctly in the reference section. We encourage manuscripts to cite at least 30 references, where 80% are primary sources from leading databases (e.g., Scopus, Web of Science, etc.). Cited works are recent research and should contain references from various countries.

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