Author Guidelines

  1. Manuscripts are submitted via the website:
  2. Manuscripts must be written in Indonesian or English and must be original, unpublished, and not being reviewed for possible publication in other journals.
  3. Manuscript Identity requires; title, author's full name, affiliation, email, abstract, and keywords
  4. The contents of an empirical research paper consist of an introduction, methods, results and discussion, conclusions, and bibliography.
  5. INTRODUCTION, consisting of background, research problems, relevant previous research summaries, knowledge gaps, and research objectives. written in one chapter without subtitles.
  6. METHOD, consisting of research design, data collection, population and sample, data sources, data collection techniques, and data analysis. Written in paragraph form.
  7. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Researchers need to provide some important (original) field data obtained from interviews, observations, questionnaires, surveys, documents, and other data collection techniques. The findings are presented in full and related to the scope of research that has been determined previously. Findings can be supplemented with tables, graphs and/or diagrams. The results of data analysis are properly explained in the article. The discussion section explains logically the findings linked to relevant sources.
  8. CONCLUSION, Conclusion contains a brief summary of the findings and discussion, presented briefly, narratively, and conceptually. Avoid using bullets and numbering.
  9. REFERENCES, Citations, and references refer to the style of the American Psychological Association (APA) sixth edition, using reference managers (Mendeley/Zotero).
  10. Manuscripts must be prepared according to the author's guidelines and the journal template