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.
The manuscript has been never published or in the process of publishing in other journals/media and is proven by a statement letter from the author. Manuscripts are typed with due regard to Indonesian language rules and General Guidelines for Enhanced Indonesian Spelling. The manuscripts published in this journal include the results of research and studies/thoughts/ideas related to strategic public policies in the fields of education and culture.
Maximum 14 words, written in Indonesian and English.
Between 150-200 words with 3-5 keywords, written in Indonesian and English (see template).
Manuscripts are typed 1.5 spaces with Verdana font size 10, a minimum of 4000 words, excluding Reference Libraries.
Contains the title, author's name, author's institution address, author's e-mail, abstract, keywords and content.
Introduction includes background, literature review that includes relevant theories and research results, problem formulation, and research objectives (25%)
The research method used, design/model, place and time, population and sample, collection technique, and data analysis technique (10%)
Results and Discussion presents research results in accordance with the formulation of research problems and objectives, dialogues/analyzes/discusses research results with relevant theories and research results, links research results with public policies in education and culture (50%).
Conclusions and suggestions. Conclusions are based on the results of data analysis and discussion, answering research questions and problems, not a summary of the discussion. Suggestions are made based on conclusions and contain recommendations that are applicable, academic, or have policy implications. Conclusions and Suggestions do not contain tables and quotes. (15%).
Reference libraries must have a minimum of 10 libraries and publications in the last 10 years, except for historical study materials, classic (old) literature published in the last 10 years can be used. Of this amount, 80% came from primary sources, namely articles published in scientific journals.
Contains the title, author's name, author's institution e-mail address, abstract, keywords and content.
The introduction includes the background, problem formulation, purpose of writing, and contains the study method (10%).
The literature review presents the results of the literature review in accordance with the formulation of the problem/objective of the study, the development of theories/concepts, the results of the analysis of the study are related to public policies in the field of education and culture (75%).
Conclusions and suggestions. Conclusions are made based on the results of data analysis and discussion, answering the problem of the study, and not a summary of wetting. Suggestions are made based on conclusions, containing recommendations that are applicable and have implications for public policy in the fields of education and culture. Conclusions and Suggestions do not contain tables and quotes (15%).
Reference library, study articles/thoughts/ideas must have a minimum of 25 literatures and publications in the last 10 years, except for historical study materials, classic (old) literature published more than 10 years. Of this amount, 80% came from primary sources, namely articles published in scientific journals/magazines.
Articles of research results sponsored by certain parties must have an acknowledgment containing information on the sponsor who funded and thank the sponsor.
Reference from the internet is recommended from an accountable reference, it is not allowed to take references from Blogspot, Wordpress, and Wikipedia.
All sources referenced in the manuscript must be listed in the reference library, and vice versa.
Writing citations and reference libraries using APA Style and it is recommended to use a reference manager application.
The reference writing method uses the bracketed reference technique (author's last name, year of publication). Example (Gesarina, 2013).
Reference from book
Cooper, J. M. (2011). Classroom Teaching Skills. Bellmont: Wadsworth.
Books written by the same author with the same year, state the year by adding letter a,b,c after the year in chronological order or in alphabetical order, e.g. :
Maxwell, J. (2014a). Buat Hari ini Bermakna (Terj. Marlene T). Jakarta: MIC Publishing
Maxwell, J. (2014b). How Successful People Grow. New York: Hatchette Book Group.
Reference from a book containing a collection of articles (there is an editor). Coupled with ed if there is one editor, eds if there are more than one editor.
e.g. Denzin, N.K. & Lincoln, Y.S., (eds). (2009). Handbook of Qualitative Research. Terj. Daryatmo. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar
References from books written by more than two to six authors are written with the full names of other authors. All names of authors or contributors to the writing are written in the Reference Library. In the text all authors are written in full.
e.g. Heo, K. H. G., Cheatham, A., Mary, L. H., & Jina, N. (2014). Korean Early Childhood Educators' Perceptions of Importance and Implementation of Strategies to Address Young Children's Social-Emotional Competence. Journal of Early Intervention, 36 (1) 49-66.
References from books written by more than six authors, in the text written the first six authors and added et al. as well as in the reference library.
Cates, A. R., Harris, D. L., Boswell, W., Jameson, W. L., Yee, S., Peters, A.V., et al. (1991). Figs and dates and their benefits. Food Studies Quarterly, 11, 482-489.
References from articles in article collection books (with editors). Coupled with ed if one editor, eds if more than one editor.
e.g. Bennet, R. E. & Gitomer, D. H. 2009. Transforming K-12 Assessment: Integrating Accountability Testing, Formative Assessment and Professional Support. Dalam C. WyatSmith & J. J. Cumming (Eds.), Educational Assessment in the 21st Century: Connecting Theory and Practice. London: Springer.
References from articles in journals
e.g. Lisnawati, S. Maret 2011. Pengembangan Instrumen Kecerdasan Emosional. Jurnal Evaluasi Pendidikan, 2 (1) 54-67.
References from articles in magazines or newspapers
e.g. Alka, D.K. 4 Januari 2011. Republik Rawan Kekerasan? Suara Karya, hlm. 11
Reference from a newspaper without an author
e.g. Kompas. 19 September 2011. Sosok: Herlambang Bayu Aji, Berkreasi dengan Wayang di Eropa, hlm. 16
References from Laws, Government Regulations, Presidential Decrees
e.g. Republik Indonesia. 2012. Undang-Undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 12 Tahun 2012 tentang Pendidikan Tinggi. Jakarta: Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi.
References from institutions written on behalf of the institution
e.g. Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. 2015. Panduan Penilaian untuk Sekolah Menengah Atas. Jakarta: Direktorat Jenderal Pendidikan Dasar dan Menengah.
References from translated works
e.g. Sztompka, P. 2015. Sosiologi Perubahan Sosial (Terj. Alimandan) Jakarta: Penerbit Prenada.
Reference from a thesis or dissertation
e.g. Heryadi, D. 2013. Penerapan Teori Berpikir Logis dalam Pengembangan Menyimak Bahasa Indonesia. Disertasi. Bandung: PPS Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia.
Reference from the internet
e.g. Jamhari, M. 2012. Pendekatan Antropologi dalam Kajian Islam, http://www.ditpertais.net/ artikel/jamhari01.asp. diakses 15 Januari 2012.
It is recommended to use a reference application to write references.