- Articles are written with following systemized;
- The title, written in the title-case model, with no more than 15 words;
- Author's name (without title) and origin agency and address for correspondence (email)
- Abstract. Written in English and Indonesian, consisting of 150-200 words and italic with single spaces. Abstract contains the purpose of writing, research hypothesis (if any / needed), research methodology, research subjects, and research results;
- Keywords. A maximum of 5 concepts are sorted from main keywords to supporting keywords;
- The introduction includes background problems, literature reviews, and formulation of problems;
- Research methods. Contains an explanation of research variables, operational definitions, research subjects, data collection methods and data analysis methods;
- Results and Discussion. Explain the results of research and discussion supported by appropriate theories
- Conclusion. Conclusions are based on study and only 1 paragraph
- Bibliography. Try to use the latest reference (last ten years) with a primary reference source of 80%.
- Article writing techniques follow the following conditions;
- Articles are written in Indonesian or English that meet the standard Indonesian / English rules;
- Articles are written in essay form, so no numeric (or alphabetical) format separates chapters/sections, or to mark new chapters/sections;
- Each quote must be written at the end of the quote using the running note, not the footnote or endnote. For example: ... (Silverman, 1993)
- In writing articles, avoid using dot points, service, or numbering such as:
But it's better to write it as follows: 1) ……, 2) ... ... etc.
- Tables and images/graphics are made as simple as possible in MS Word format. The table consists of table numbers, table titles (above), "description notes" if needed (at the bottom of the table, to describe abbreviations in the table). Writing tables only uses horizontal lines or does not use vertical lines;
- The writing of the reference library is written according to the APA Style guidelines as stated in the publication manual of the American Psychological Association (2001, 5th ed.) and arranged alphabetically from the final name of the primary author.