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In-house style of the Electronic Journal of Journal of Indonesian Social Sciences and Humanities (JISSH)

AUTHOR GUIDE:
Preparing a Paper for the Electronic Journal of JISSH

FIRST-NAME LAST-NAME1, FIRST-NAME LAST-NAME2, FIRST-NAME LAST-NAME3

Abstract
The Abstract should summarize the content of the paper, Try to keep the abstract below 250 words. Do not have
references or displayed equations in the abstract. It is imperative that the margins and style describe below be
adhered to carefully. This will enable us to maintain uniformity in the final printed copies of the Journal. Papers
not made according these guidelines will not be published although its content has been accepted for publication.
Paper form is a necessary condition for its publication. Paper form is a necessary condition for its publication, as
well as its content.
Keywords: Author guide, Article, Camera-ready format, Paper specifications, Paper submissions

Abstrak
Abstrak harus menyarikan isi dari artikel dengan jumlah maksimal 250 kata. Di dalam abstrak tidak diperkenakan untuk
menampilkan refernsi atau persamaan. Penting untuk memperhatikan dan menaati marjin dan gaya sesuai dengan ketentuan.
Hal ini dimaksudkan untuk menyeragamkan hasil cetak dari jurnal. Artikel yang tidak mengikuti panduan penulisan tidak
akan diterbitkan meskipun isinya berpotensi dan diterima untuk dipublikasikan. Bentuk artikel adalah prasyarat utama untuk
publikasi, termasuk juga di dalamnya isi artikel.
Kata kunci: panduan penulisan, artikel, format camera-ready, spesifikasi tulisan, pengiriman naskah

INTRODUCTION
The next must be in English. Authors whose English language is not their own are certainly requested to have their
manuscripts checked (or co-authored) by an English native speaker, for linguistic correctness before submission
and in its final version, if changes had been made to the initial version. The submitted typeset scripts of each
contribution must be in their final form and of good appearance because they will be printed directly. The
document you are reading is written in the format that should be used on your paper.
This document is set in 12-point Times New Roman, 1.5 spacing, no spacing between paragraphs and
printed using A4 paper (210 mm x 297 mm).
Manuscript should be written in English using in-text citation adhered to 6th Edition of American
Psychological Association (APA Style) and accompanied by abstract in Bahasa and English. Any consistent spelling
and punctuation styles may be used. Please single quotation marks, except where „a quotation is “within” a
quotation‟. Log quotations of 40 words or more should be indented without quotation marks. A typical
manuscript will be 5,000 – 8,000 words and will not exceed 8,000 words, including tables, reference, captions, and
footnote. Only for research summary and book review, they have no more than 5,000 and 1,500 words
respectively. Manuscript prepared in the following: cover page, title with abstract as well as keywords, Introduction

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Department, Research and Development Center, Institution. City, State ZIP/Zone, Country. Email Address, and
Acknowledgments. It is an optional for authors to acknowledge their colleagues for comments at the earlier version of the
manuscript or to describe that the manuscript was presented in conference, symposium or academic workshop.
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Department, Research and Development Center, Institution. City, State ZIP/Zone, Country, and Email Address.
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Department, Research and Development Center, Institution. City, State ZIP/Zone, Country, and Email Address.
(include background, identification problems, purpose), Literature Review, Research Methods, Result and
Discussion, Conclusion, and Recommendation (optional).

HEADINGS
Major headings are be as the above heading (left spaces), in a bold font, capital, without underline, and no need to
be numbered. "HEADINGS" at the top of this paragraph is a major heading.
Subheadings
Subheadings should be as the above heading "Subheadings". They should type in bold, without underline, and on
a separate line.
Sub-subheadings
Sub-subheadings should be as the above: bold, italic, without underline, and on a separate line.
Sub-sub-subheadings
Sub-sub-subheadings should be as the above: italic, without underline, and on a separate line.

Title: The title should be centered across the top of the first page and should have a distinctive 18-points font size.
It should be in capital-italic for major title and italic for sub-title.

Authors' Names, Addresses and Acknowledgments of the manuscript should be set as footnotes. The footnotes are
set in 10-point Times New Roman, 1 spacing, no spacing after paragraphs, and italic for the email address.
Acknowledgment is an optional and inserts after the name of the first writer if the manuscript is written by many
writers. The preferred spelling of the word "acknowledgment" in American English is without an "e" after the "g."
Avoid expressions such as "One of us (S.B.A.) would like to thank..." Instead, write "F.A. Author thanks..." Sponsor
and financial support acknowledgments are also placed here.

Keywords: From 3 to 5 keywords should follow the abstract (as a subheading: Keywords, of the abstract).

All halftone illustrations or pictures can be black and white and/or colored. Supply the best quality illustrations or
pictures possible.

TABLES, FIGURES, AND EQUATIONS


Tables and Figures
To insert "Tables" or "Figures", please paste the data as stated below. All tables and figures must be given sequential
numbers (1, 2, 3 etc.) and have a caption placed below the figure ("Fig. Caption) or above the table ("Fig. Table")
being described, using 8pt font and please make use of the specified style "caption" from the drop down-menu of
style categories. Figures and Tables should be separated or put in the last pages. In addition, Figures and Tables
may be inserted in the text with caption “Insert Fig. or Table xxx”.
Title table showed at the top left and written using Times New Roman font size 12. Table and number
writing in bold font. Use Arabic numerals (1,2,3 etc) for numbering the tables. The contents of the table using
Times New Roman font size 8-11 with single space. Inclusion of resources or information placed on the bottom of
the table on the left, using Times New Roman font size 10.

Figures displayed in the center of the page. Information of


figures should be written below itself by using Times New
Roman font size 12, center. Figures and number writing in
bold font. Use Arabic numerals (1,2,3 etc) for numbering
figures. Inclusion of resources or information placed below
the illustration on the left, using Times New Roman font
size 10.
Equations
They should be numbered consecutively throughout the text. Equation numbers should be Enclosed in
parentheses and flushed right. Equations should be referred to as Eq. (X) in the text where X is the equation
number. In multiple-line equations, the number should be given on the last line.

Y it
   X   it i = 1, 2, ... N; t = 1, 2, ... T (1)
it

TRASLITERATION
Transliteration of Arabic words should follow the style indicated in ROTAS Transliteration Kit as detailed on
website (http://rotas.iiu.edu.my), which is a proper use and a slight modification of ALA-LC (library of Congress
and the American Library Association) transliteration scheme.

CONCLUSIONS
The better your paper looks, the better the Journal looks. Thanks for your cooperation and contribution.

Appendix
Appendixes, if needed, appear before the acknowledgment.

Please supply all details required by any funding and grant-awarding bodies as an Acknowledgement in a separate
section before the Reference, as follows:
a. For single agency grants: ‟This work was supported by the [Funding Agency] under grant [number xxxx].‟
b. For multiple agency grants: ‟This work was supported by the [Funding Agency 1] under grant [number xxxx];
and [Funding Agency 2] under grant [number xxxx]; [Funding Agency 3] under grant [number xxxx].‟

REFERENCES
JISSH journal recommend that every manuscript should have at least 20 references. Submissions for review must
be prepared according to the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
For example:

Book (one author)


Tomsa, D. (2008). Party politics and democratization in Indonesia: Golkar in the post-Suharto era. London: Routledge.
(two authors)
Forouzan, B.A. & Fegan, S.C. (2007). Data communications and networking (4th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.
(more than three authors)
Firdausy, C. M. (ed). (2012). Concepts and alternative measures of poverty. Jakarta: LIPI Economic Research Center.
Book without an author's name, but is written on behalf of the institution
Indonesian Institute of Sciences. 2011. Accreditation guidelines Magazine Scientific. Jakarta: LIPI.

Journal
Abushouk, A. I. (2007). Al-Manār and the Ḥadhramī elite in the Malay-Indonesian world: challenge and response.
Royal Asiatic Society, 17(3), 301-322.

The Qur’ān
Intext: (Qur‟ān, 30:16-20)
The Glorious Qur’ān. Translation and commentary by A. Yusuf Ali (1977). US: American Trust Publication.

Hadith
Intext: (Al-Bukhārī, 88:204) where 88 is the book number, 204 is the hadith number.
(Ibn Hanbal, vol.1:1)
Al-Bukhārī. (1981). Sahīh al-Bukhārī. Beirut: Dār al-Fikr.
Ibn Hanbal, A. (1982). Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal. Istanbul: Cagri Yayinlari.

The Bible
Intext: (Matthew, 12:31-32)
The new Oxford annonated Bible. (2007). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Proceedings
Muljawan, D. (2003). An analysis of potential systemic costs in an Islamic banking system. in Proceedings of the
International conference on Islamic banking: risk management , regulation and supervision. (pages. 279-298) .
Jakarta: Bank Indonesia.

Online sources
Khudori. (2006). Studying the development of biofuels from Brazil. Taken
from http://www.unisosdem.org/article_detail.php?aid=5665&coid=1&caid=58&gid=5 [accessed October 22,
2013]

Thesis and Dissertation


Wiranta, S ( 1987). Japanese economic development approach statistical analysis. Thesis, Tokyo : Nihon University

Mass media
Pungut, U. H. (2013). Consolidation of farming. Kompas. December 31: 6

Primary reference source at least 80 % of the total and 80 % bibliography of reference sources is an issue 10 years
back except for historical studies. Detailed of APA 6th publication guidelines can be downloaded from:
http://sydney.edu.au/library/subjects/downloads/citation/APA%20Complete_2012.pdf

First Author Biographies should be limited to one paragraph consisting of the following: sequentially ordered list
of degrees, including years achieved; sequentially ordered places of employ concluding with current employment;
association with any official journals or conferences; major professional and/or academic achievements, i.e., best
paper awards, research grants, etc,; any publication information (number of papers and title of books published);
current research interest; association with any professional associations. Do not specify email address here.

Second Author biography appears here. Degrees achieved followed by current employment are listed, plus any
major academic achievements. Do not specify email address here.

Third Author is a member of the IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society. Do not specify email address here

Updated by JISSH Editorial Board, March 2016.