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Author Guidelines

  1. Authorship sent to the Editor is a bouquet that has not been and will not be published elsewhere in print.
  2. Manuscripts must be typed with the computer , using the program Microsoft Words , and sent via email or hardcopy form that is sent to the editor.
  3. Bibliography using support programs, such as: Mendeley, Endnote, and etc.
  4. Scripts are written in Indonesian or English good , clear, straightforward and concise . Typed on A4 size paper ( 210 x 297 mm ) with a density of 1 spaced Book Antiqua . For title 14 typed Book Antiqua Bold . Author Name ( Book Antiqua 12 ) . Name of Institution ( Book Antiqua 9 ) . Contact ( Book Antiqua 9 ) and content writing with Book Antiqua 12. Bibliography ( Book Antiqua 11 ) . Keystrokes made in one face only. Pages are numbered starting from the title page . Each typewritten pages starting 2.5 cm from the edge of the top, bottom , left and right . Maximum pages are 30 pages in the paper size as defined above.
  5. For uniformity of writing, every script research report should consist of: title in Indonesian and English; the author's name and institution where the work; abstract in Indonesian and English; an introduction that includes the background of the problems, issues and research questions, as well as research purposes; materials and ways of working; results; discussion; conclusions and recommendations; Thank-you note; as well as a bibliography. Can also included tables, graphs, photographs / images and captions / pictures. Results should be separated by a discussion.
  6. The title is written with the Book Antiqua Bold 14, preferably not more than 12 words. If necessary, can be supplemented with subtitles. The manuscript that has been presented at scientific meetings or thesis which has never been published and distributed nationally, made statements in the form of footnotes. English translation of the title is typed in italic.
  7. The author's name is written without a title. The author's name listed at most 5 (five) people. If so, considerably followed by the words: et al. or et. al. The author's name should be accompanied by the name of the institution where relevant. work. Written correspondence address complete with telephone numbers, fax and E-mail (if any).
  8. Keywords (keywords) that accompany the abstract must be written in English. Put under the title before the abstract. No more than 5 words, and should not constitute a repetition of the words in the title.
  9. Abstracts must be made in Indonesian and English, not exceeding 250 words and placed after the paper title and author's name. Abstracts must include a summary of: background, objectives, materials and methods, results, discussion, conclusions and suggestions.
  10. For the text of scientific papers (not a research report), the systematic writing are: title (in Indonesian and English), the author's name, institution where work, abstract (in Indonesian and English), introduction (including the issues to be discussed), discussion, conclusions, suggestions and bibliography.
  11. The report studies using humans as test subjects, must attach a letter of approval from the local Research Ethics Committee.
  12. Do not write abbreviations or numbers at the beginning of the sentence, but it is written with the letter in full. Figures followed by the symbol written in Arabic numerals, for example 2 cm, 3 kg.
  13. Foreign words that have not been converted into Indonesian words are underlined, not in italic (oblique).
  14. Literature citations must be followed by the author's name and the year of publication from which the quote is taken, for example: (Briggs and Porter, 1975). If the quote comes from more than one article, but coming from the same author and the same year, is written as follows:
    • Holland TD 1986. Sex determination of fragmentary crania by analysis of the cranial base. Am.J.Phys.Anthrop. 70: 203-208.
    • Holland TD 1986a. Race determination of fragmentary crania by analysis of the cranial base. J.Forensic sci. 31: 719-725.
  15. The quote is more than 4 lines, typed single-spaced without quotation marks. Quote short sentences connected with the text between quotation marks.
  16. Bibliography compiled by Harvard system, in which the names of the authors are arranged alphabetically without serial number with the following composition: the author's name (surname), year of publication, the full title of the article (if not the book), the title of a magazine or book, volume, issue, publisher city name, the name of the publisher and the page number.
    • Example: La Vail JH. 1975. Retrograde cell degeneration and retrograde transport techniques. In: WM Cowan and M Cuenod (eds): The use of axonal transport for studies of Neuronal Connectivity. New York: Elsvier, p 217-248.
  17. Abbreviations of the journal names in the bibliography referring to the Index Medicus and other similar indices. Only literature cited are allowed to be loaded in the bibliography.
  18. Tables and drawings made as simple as possible, nice and clear on HVS in separate pages with black ink, and explained where it should be placed. Title table placed above the table, while the title of the image is placed below the image. The images will be loaded to be of high quality and made of paper in black and white lightning. On the back of the photo (black and white prints, luster) or image is written (with pencil) name of the author, a summary essay title, number and orientation of the image.
  19. If any part of the text to be scaled down, sent in the form which has been reduced with the following conditions:
    • Not less than 20% of normal size
    • Still clearly legible.
  20. Acknowledgments and bibliography should be typed on a separate sheet. The names that are expressed in the statement must be accompanied with a degree and work address.
bibliography using support programs , such as Mendeley , endnotes and others


Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

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