Author Guidelines

Guideline for Authors (English)

Article should be written in A4, 4-3-3-4 margin, Time New Roman 12 font size, 1,5 spaced, and a 15 to 25 page long.

Article should follow the following rules:

TITLE

  • Should be clear and informative;
  • Should be capitalized and boldfaced;

NAME of AUTHOR, INSTITUTION, and EMAIL ADDRESS

Should be written below the title;

  • Should use full name without title;
  • Should use AND if the article is written by co-authors
  • Should include institution and email addresses.

ABSTRACT

  • Should be in English if the article is in Indonesian Language and vice versa.
  • Should be within 150 - 250 words;
  • Should include three to five key words.

INTRODUCTION

Should include background and problem of research as well as objectives.

DISCUSSION

Should be organized in sub-sections discussing on the research findings as well as the analysis.

CONCLUSION

Should summarize the main research findings

  • May include recommendation if possible.  

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Article should include references using footnotes with the following guideline:
  1. Footnotes are written without ibid., op. cit., and loc. it
  2. When cited for the for first time, the reference is written fully including name of the author, title of the book, (City of Publisher: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication), pages
  3. The next reference of the same source is written by including only the last name of the author, two or three words of the title, and page.

Example:

1Nasarudin Umar, Argumen Kesetaraan Jender: Perspektif al-Qur’an, (Jakarta: Paramadina, 2001), p. 243.

2Greg Fealy, “Consuming Islam: Commodified Religion and Aspirational Pietism in Contemporary Indonesia” in Greg Fealy dan Selly White (eds.), Expressing Islam: Religious Life and Politic in Indonesia, (Singapore: ISEAS, 2007), p. 16.

3Umar, Argumen Kesetaraan Jender, p. 15.

  • Bibliography is written in the same way as the footnote by removing page and bracket in the publication information. Bibliography is written in an alphabetical order with the last name in the first. (NOTE:  “al” in an Arabic name is considered non-existent.

 

Example:

Fealy, Greg, “Consuming Islam: Commodified Religion and Aspirational Pietism in Contemporary Indonesia” in Greg Fealy dan Selly White (eds.), Expressing Islam: Religious Life and Politic in Indonesia, Singapore: ISEAS, 2007.

Umar, Nasarudin, Argumen Kesetaraan Jender: Perspektif Al-Qur’an, Jakarta: Paramadina, 2001.

  • Arabic terms should be written using the Litbang of Conggres (LC) model of transliteration.

Example:

1Muṣthafā al-Sibā’ī, al-Istishrāq wa al-Mustashriqūn; Ma Lahum wa Mā ‘alayhim, Cet I, (Riyadh: Dār Al-Warrāq, 1999), p. 18.

  • Author will receive three copies of the printed journal.