Author Guidelines

General Requirements

  1. The number of words in this article is between 3,000 – 10,000 words (not including literature).
  2. Attach a statement that the article has never been published before, anywhere and in any form.
  3. Each article will go through a plagiarism check. If the article has more than 40% in common, this article will be returned to the author.
  4. Title CHAPTER: Title CHAPTER is typed with Cambria 14pt, Bold, 1.5 space, UPPERCASE and Edge to the Center.
  5. This article is presented with the following components:
    Title: Article Title Maximum 15 words typed with Cambria 16pt, Bold, 1,5 space, Capitalize Each Word, and Center.
    Author’s Name: The author’s name is typed with Cambria 14pt, 1,15 space, Capitalize Each Word, Center, without a title, and may not be abbreviated. Under the name are the fields of expertise, the name of the institution and the email address of the author is typed with Cambria 10pt, Italic, 1 space, Capitalize Each Word, and edge to the center.
    Abstract: Abstract is typed with Cambria 10pt, Italic, 1 space, Sentence case, Justify, consists of 100 – 250 words, one paragraph, without references, without abbreviations/acronyms, and without footnotes. Abstract written not in the form of mathematics, question, and guesses. The abstract contains: research purposes, research methods, research results, and conclusions.
    Keywords: Use words or phrases that specifically describe the content of the article, keywords separated by semicolons (;), and a maximum of 5 words.
    INTRODUCTION: Introduction is typed with Cambria 14pt, Bold, 1.5 space, UPPERCASE and edge to the left. Manuscripts is typed with Cambria 12pt, 1,15 space, Sentence case, and Justify. Contains background explained by the state of the art, which consists of at least 5 previous literature/studies so that this research can demonstrate the novelty of research. This research is able to overcome problems, urgency and show rationality through: activity description, literature review, problem solving plan, and hypothesis development, GAP analysis, problem solution, knowledge renewal, primary source reference, describing objectives and hypotheses at the end of the introduction.
    METHOD: This research method contains the type of legal research that will be used as a scientific process to obtain research data. Specifically for manuscripts that use a conceptual approach in analyzing problems in research, it is not permissible to include the "CHAPTER METHOD", the emphasis of this method is stated adequately in the abstract section.
    ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION: Analysis and discussion contains a description of the results of research on issues that are the focus of research or research results with a conceptual approach. If in this analysis and discussion there are things that need to be clarified and detailed according to the problem, the author can use sub-chapters. This analysis and discussion can be supplemented by tables, graphs (figures), and/or graphs. Tables and numbers are numbered and given a title. The results of data analysis are interpreted correctly. The discussion section presents logical findings, links to relevant reference sources from national and international journals, GAP analysis, renewed knowledge and findings clearly explained, comparison of research findings relevant to national and international journals.
    CONCLUSION: The conclusion contains answers and brief ideas/suggestions about the problem that are the focus of research, or the results of a conceptual approach. Conclusions are made in 1 (one) paragraph by combining answers and ideas/suggestions.
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Add if needed by the author. Acknowledgement is a thank you to the author’s originating institution, of the institution has a large contribution (morally, or materially) to the writer’s writing.
    REFERENCE: Contains referenced sources and at least 70% sourced from traceable/easily extracted journal citations, and 30% from other reference sources. For book reference sources, have a maximum publication year of the last 10 years (including journals) and are prohibited from using references from blogs and Wikipedia. The reference list is written according to the American Psychological Association (APA) 6 edition. All sources listed in the manuscript must be included in the references, and sorted alphabetically. Reference articles using footnotes.
  6. The manuscript is typed in Microsoft Office Word, A4 paper size. Format the paper 2.5 cm (Left – Top – Right – Bottom), and portrait orientation.
  7. The author can submit and register articles through the OJS Journal online: