Submission Preparation ChecklistAs 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.
- 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).
- The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
- Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
- 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.
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
JOURNAL WRITING INSTRUCTIONS
Journal of Islamic Economics, Accounting and Banking (JESKaPe)
A. Journal Writing Format
The following details the procedures for writing journal articles:
- Written in Indonesian, Arabic or English.
- The script is typed in with the Microsoft Word program.
- Format the one-column page.
- Size of the edge (margin) for each side of 3 cm.
- The page number is not written.
- Spacing between lines 1.5 (except for specially regulated parts) on A4 paper with Times New Roman 12 letters.
- Writing Arabic-Latin Transliteration based on Joint Decree of the Minister of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia and the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 158/1987 and 0543 b / U / 1987, dated January 22, 1988.
- Numbers from 10 to 25 pages (excluding attachments and bibliography).
- The title, author name, affiliation, abstract, abstract, and keywords are written using a space of 1 space.
- Abstract written in English and Indonesian, a maximum of 250 words and italics (Italic).
- Keywords in abstract must be a maximum of 5 (five) words, placed below the abstract.
- The text at the beginning of the paragraph is written jutting to the right with a TAB distance of 1.27 cm.
- The picture or illustration is given a name (caption) below it.
- The name of the caption is written in 1 space without bold using center alignment.
- References are written in bold with a space of 1 space and after space of 12 pts. The contents of the Bibliography are written with a hanging indent of 1.27 cm and are not italicized on all parts.
- Writing references, quotations in writing, and bibliography using the format of the APA (American Psychological Association) edition VI. Writing references and quotations in writing using the stomach note (body note). Footnotes for reference are not recommended, except for explanations that are very much needed outside of the text line. If there are references in the footnotes, then the writing will still use the body note.
- The final part of the article includes a brief description of the author. This section also informs the author's cellphone number and complete mailing address.
B. Provisions for Manuscript Submission
- Research-based manuscripts or in-depth study (not just reflections or opinions).
- The manuscript is the original scientific work of the author and does not contain elements of plagiarism.
- Manuscripts using standard terms and language that are good and right refer to National Education Minister Regulation Number 46 of 2009 concerning EYD.
- Submissions should be sent in soft copy to the editorial email address of email@example.com or on the official website page of the journal https://ejurnal.iainlhokseumawe.ac.id/index.php/jeskape/about/submissions;
- Systematics of article writing:
- Title, a maximum of 14 words in Indonesian and 12 words in English, written with a capital letter size of 14 pts;
- Author's name is bold, written without including an academic degree. If there are more than one writer, the names of all authors must be listed by putting the main author's name in the first order;
- Author's affiliations and emails, listed under the author's name;
- Abstract and keywords, abstracts are written in two languages, namely Indonesian and English. The maximum abstract length is 250 words, and keywords a maximum of 5 words. Abstracts contain themes, objectives, result methods and research implications. If the writing is in Indonesian, then the abstract is written in English, and if the writing is in English, then the abstract is written in Indonesian;
- The introduction contains the background of the problem, the context of the study, the purpose of the study and the literature review. All introductory sections are integrated in the form of paragraphs with a description length of 15-20% of the total length of the article;
- The research method contains a description of the research technical-procedural design, in the form of research location settings, types of research data, data collection techniques, data presentation and data analysis, can also be added to the research paradigm;
- Research findings / analysis is an analysis related to the research question. Every research data finding must be discussed in the form of interpretation, interpretation and approach or theory reading of the data obtained;
- Conclusions are findings in research that are answers to research questions or are the essence of the discussion. Conclusions are presented in paragraph form;
- The reference list only contains the sources referenced, each source that is referenced must be listed in the reference list. Reference in the form of primary sources consisting of research results, journal articles, Thesis research, Thesis or Dissertation;
- The author's bio contains the name, place of birth, address, institution, e-mail address, telephone / mobile number, education and occupation. Can also be added with the latest scientific publications;
- Referral and quotation using bodynotes reference techniques (format: author's last name, [space] year, page, page number). Inclusion of the source in a direct quote is accompanied by a description of the page number where the citation came from. Example: (Lukito, 2013, p. 124);
- Arabic-Latin transliereration used refers to the Library of Congress model for transliteration from Arabic to English, and is based on the Joint Decree of the Minister of Religion and Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia on January 22, 1988 for transliteration from Arabic to Indonesian;
- The list of references is arranged alphabetically and chronologically.
- Presentation of quotations, references, tables and figures follow the provisions in the guidelines for writing scientific papers or copying the procedure directly on the articles that have been published;
- All texts are reviewed anonymously by bestari partners (peer-reviews) appointed by the editor according to their area of expertise. Article writers are given the opportunity to make improvements (revisions) of the manuscript based on recommendations / suggestions from bestari partners or editors. Certainty of loading or rejection of the manuscript will be notified in writing;
- All matters relating to licensing and quotation or use of computer software for the writing of manuscripts or other matters relating to IPR carried out by article writers, along with the legal consequences that may arise due to them, are the full responsibility of the article authors;
- Articles that are not loaded will not be returned, except at the author's request.
C. Citation Writing Techniques
- Direct quotations in less than 40 words:
- If the quote is in the middle of a sentence:
"The expulsion of Shiites in Sampang overturned the statement of Nasikun (2012) that" ideological conflicts are indeed more easily listened to in relation to religious differences "(p. 86) but more complicated contradictions occur in differences in the flow of a religion".
- If the quote is at the end of the sentence:
The eviction of Shi'ites in Sampang shows the complex contradictions of different sects in a religion, this invalidates the statement "ideological conflicts are more easily listened to in relation to religious differences" (Nasikun, 2012, p. 86).
- Direct quotations of 40 words or more
Writing direct quotations of this kind is written on a new line. This quote is jutting to the right, evenly aligned with the first sentence at the beginning of the paragraph. If there are new paragraphs in the quoted text, then the location of the first line is more protruding to the right half an inch. At the end of the reference the author's last name, year of publication and the page of the text cited are written. The letters in this kind of quote use the size of 11pt. Example:
The ritual changes in marriage appear in appearance:
The ring exchange ceremony seems to be applicable only among students, who tend to get engaged for long periods as a result of long school years.
For most people, even though in many cases, boys and girls have come to mutual understanding in this matter, the old pattern of official applications from parents of men is still implemented, at least in formal form. (Geertz, 2013, p. 64).
- Indirect quote / paraphrase
The range of ethnic groups in Indonesia became polemic among Indonesianists. About how many ethnic groups actually exist in Indonesia, it turns out that there are a variety of opinions that are not the same among social scientists (Nasikun, 2012, p. 44).
D. Writing Technique Bibliography
Kotler, Philip. 2000. Marketing Management. New York: Prentice Hall. Timmons, J. A., Spinelli, S. 2000. New Venture Creation, Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century. Boston: McGraw-Hill.
Article Collection Book
Saukah, A, & Waseso, M.G. (Eds). 2002. Writing Articles for Scientific Journals. Malang: UM Press.
Articles in a Book Collection of Articles
Russel, T. 1998. An Alternative Conception: Representing Representation. In P.J. Black & A. Lucas (Eds), Children's Informal Ideas in Science (pp. 62-84). London: Routledge.
Articles in Journals or Magazines
Harrison, L. Jean and Walker. 2001. The Measurement of Word of Mouth Communication and An Investigation of Service Quality and Customer Commitment As Potential Antecedents. Journal of Service Research, 4 (1): 60-75.
Articles in Newspapers
Pitunov, B. 2002. Featured School or School of Excellence? Compass, p. December 4 & 11, 13.
Writing / News in Newspapers (No Author's Name)
Republika. 2013. Lower Class Women Are More Independent, p. 3, April 22.
Center for Language Development and Development. 1978. Guidelines for Writing Research Reports. Jakarta: Ministry of Education and Culture. Republic of Indonesia Law No. 2 concerning the National Education System. Jakarta: PT Armas Duta Jaya.
Kotler, Philip. 2009. Marketing Management. Jakarta: Erlangga.
Thesis, Thesis, Dissertation and Research Report
Herispon. 2004. Analysis of Factors affecting the Development of Small Industrial Business in Pekanbaru. Unpublished thesis. Padang: Postgraduate Andalas University.
Seminar, Workshop and Upgrading Papers
Waseso, M.G. 2001. Scientific Journal Content and Format. Paper presented at the Seminar on Article Writing and Management of Scientific Journal Management, Banjarmasin: Lambungmangkurat University, 9-11 August.
Internet (Individual Work)
Hitchcock, S., Carr, L. & Hall, W. 1996. A Survey of STM Online Journals, 1990-1995: The Calm before the Storm. (On line). (http://journal.ecs.soton.ac.uk/survey/survey.html, accessed July 12, 2011).
Article in an Online Journal
Kumaidi. 1998. Measurement of Early Learning and Development Tests. Journal of Educational Sciences. (On line). 5 (4), (http://www.malang.ac.id, accessed January 20, 2011).
Internet (Discussion Materials)
Wilson, D. November 20, 1995. Summary of Citing Internet Sites. NETTRAIN Discussion List, (Online), NETTRAIN@ubvm.cc.bufallo.edu, accessed October 22, 2010.
Internet (Personal Email)
Andespa, Roni. (firstname.lastname@example.org outstanding.ac.id). October 1, 2016. Articles for Journal. E-mail to Sri Ramadhan (email@example.com).
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.