Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines


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1. Papers:

  •   On the boundary of Islamic education, 
  •   Non-plagiarism, 
  •   Never and not being published in other journals, 
  •   Prioritized on based empirical research, 
  •   Written in English (using Microsoft Word, Garamond 12, 1 space, A-4) or Arabic (Microsoft World, Traditional Arabic 14, 1 space),
  •   Submit to:

2. The identity of papers requires; title, full name(s) of the author(s), affiliation,
    email, abstract (150-250 words, at least it includes; purpose, method, results of research, conclusion, impact), and keywords (3-5 words).

3. The contents of papers for empirical research consist of Introduction, Method, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, and Bibliography.

4. Introduction consisting of background, literature review (to arrange the state of the art), purpose and problem formulation,  written in one chapter without subtitle.

5. Method consists of a description of research type, data collection, data source, data type, and data analysis. It is written in a paragraph form.

6. Result and Discussion inform a number of important data (original) field which obtained from the questionnaires, surveys, documents, interviews, observations and other data collection techniques. It can be completed with table or graphics to clarify the result. All figures and tables should be centered and numbered consecutively. Tables (refer to Table 1, Table 2,…) should be presented above the table contain in center alignment. A descriptive title should be placed after table title (refer to Table 1, Table 2,…) above each table. The source of the table should be placed on the table in the right alignment. Figures and tables should be mentioned in the related text. 

7. Conclusion:  write succinctly and clearly the result of research then describe the logical consequence in developing science and praxis of Islamic education. Conclusion is not indented and uses bolded Garamond 12.

8. Bibliography consists of reference and citations refer to the Chicago Style Manual 17th Edition
    edition by using manager reference (Mendeley/Zotero/Endnote).

9. Transliteration of Arabic to Latin refers to the model of the Keputusan Bersama Menteri Agama RI dan Menteri Pendidikan Kebudayaan RI No. 158/1987 dan 0543 b/U/1987/ tanggal 22 Januari 1988