Author Guidelines

Writing Format

1. Writing Organization

Articles using Microsoft Word software (MS. Word) 2010-2013 in size A4, then the text typed in 1, 15 spaces. Font- it based Bookman Old Style Bookman Old Style sized 1 2 pt and one column. Reference lists are recommended using a reference management tool (Zotero or Mendeley). List of reference drawn up by alphabetical referring to the Chicago Manual of Style Issue 17 (Date Author). Furthermore, the length manuscript about 1 0- 20 pages with margins top, bottom, left, and right equal to 3 centimetres (3 cm). Section results and discussion can be added a subtitle that is written with letters Bookman Old-Style Bookman Old-Style font 1 2 and printed thick, paragraph just written to in, inter paragraphs are not given space.

2. Title   

The title work of scholarly included a minimum of 10 words and a maximum of 15 words is made in the language of English. After the title, followed by the inclusion of the name of a complete author without abbreviating (not included degree academic ), the identity of the majors ( choose any one: Faculty / Program Study/ Bureau/ Division) of the line nearest the hierarchy writer row position and a separating comma (,) followed by identity institutions ( can have anyone: University/ Institute / School/ institution / institution ) where the author works, and then lists the address email as media correspondence reader with the author in part the bottom of the page first .

3. Abstract   

The summary of the research results is quite clear, without too detailed an explanation. Type letters abstract is Bookman Old Style Bookman Old Style with the size of the letter 1 2 pt in 1 (one) paragraphs and contains at least 150 up to a maximum of 200 words, the essence is accompanied by a maximum of five (5) words keyword or phrase , and must contain: (1 ) Background behind, the problem of research; (2) research objectives; (3) The method of research that is used; (5) Research results; (6) Research conclusions in achieving research objectives.

4. Introduction   

Contains a research introduction which has a proportion of 25% or about 4 (four) pages of the total manuscript. Contains the background behind the problem, the problem of research, the problem (problem) research, review literature is clear, and the purpose of research.

5. Research Method   

The cornerstone of the research or the rules of research have had a proportion of 12% or approximately 2 (two) pages of the total text. Covering the paradigm of research, type of research that is done, the technique of collecting data and analytical data.

6. Results and Analysis   

The essence of the findings of this study has a proportion of 38% or about seven (7) pages of the total manuscript. Disclose the results of studies with clear, load tables, graphs, and images are interpreted and elaborated with literature that is relevant.

7. Conclusion   

Section end of the report the research this has a proportion of 7% or approximately 1 (one) page of the total text. Summing up the research that has the ability to represent the findings of the primary and has recommendation that means.

8. References   

Section end of the report the research this has a proportion of 12% or approximately 2 (two) pages of the total text. Reflecting the adequacy and novelty of the reference literature by prioritizing scientific journals (80%) as a basis for a minimum of 12 citations.