Author Guideline

  1. The article must be scientific (which is substantially contained corpus, perspective, and context), either based on the empirical research or conceptual ideas. The content of the article has not published yet in any Journal, and should not be submitted simultaneously to another Journal. The article should not be part of fully one chapter of the theses or dissertation.
  2. The article must be in the range between 15-20 pages, not including title, abstract, keywords, and bibliography, and typed in one-half spaced on A4-paper size.
  3. Article consisting of the various parts: i.e. title, the author’s name(s) and affiliation(s), abstract in English and Indonesia language (150-200 words for each version), Keywords (maximum 5 words), introduction, description and analysis, conclusion, and references, as following below instructions:
  • The title should not be more than 15 words
  • Author’s name(s) should be written in the full name without academic title (degree), and completed with institutional affiliation(s) as well as corresponding address (e-mail address).
  • Abstract consisting of the discourses of the discipline area; the aims of the article; methodology (if any); research finding; and contribution to the discipline of areas study. The abstract should be written in English and Indonesia.
  • Introduction consisting of the literature review (would be better if the research finding is not latest than ten years) and novelty of the article; scope and limitation of the problem discussed; and the main argumentation of the article.
  • Discussion or description and analysis consisting of the reasoning process of the article’s main argumentation.
  • The conclusion should be consisting of answering research problem, based on the theoretical significance/conceptual construction
  • All of the bibliography used should be written properly.

4. Citation’s style used is Turabian (full-note)following to these below examples:

a) Book (s) 

Written by one author:

Reference: 

Welch, Kathleen E. Electric Rhetoric: Classical Rhetoric, Oralism, and a New Literacy. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999.

Citation: 

    1. Kathleen E. Welch, Electric Rhetoric: Classical Rhetoric, Oralism and a New Literacy (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999), 143.

Written by more than one authors:

Reference:

Lunsford, Andrea, and Lisa Ede. Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives on Collaborative Writing. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1990.

Citation: 

Patten, Michael A., Guy McCaskie, and Philip Unitt. Birds of the Salton Sea: Status, Biogeography, and Ecology. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003.

 

b) E-book (s)

Reference:

Welch, Kathleen E. Electric Rhetoric: Classical Rhetoric, Oralism and a New Literacy. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999. netLibrary e-book.

Citation: 

    1. Kathleen E. Welch, Electric Rhetoric: Classical Rhetoric, Oralism and a New Literacy (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999), netLibrary e-book.

 

c) Chapter within the book (s) 

Reference:

Wells, Ida B. "Lynch Law in All Its Phases." In With Pen and Voice: A critical anthology of nineteenth-century African-American women, edited by Shirley Wilson Logan, 80-99. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1995.

Citation: 

    1. Ida B. Wells, "Lynch Law in All Its Phases," in With Pen and Voice: A critical anthology of nineteenth-century African-American women, ed. Shirley Wilson Logan (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1995), 34.

 

d) Translated Book

Reference:

Eisenstein, Sergei. Film Sense. Translated by Jay Leyda. London: Faber and Faber, 1968.

Citation: 

    1. Sergei Eisenstein, Film Sense, trans. Jay Leyda (London: Faber and Faber, 1968), 14-15.

 

e) Printing Journal

Reference:

Haraway, Donna J. "A Game of Cat's Cradle: Science Studies, Feminist Theory, Cultural Studies." Configurations 2, no. 1 (1994): 59-71.

Citation:

    1. Donna J. Haraway, "A Game of Cat's Cradle: Science Studies, Feminist Theory, Cultural Studies," Configurations 2, no. 1 (1994): 64.

 

f) E-Journal

Reference:

Jobe, Karen D. "Women and the Language of Hackerdom: The Gendered Nature of Hacker Jargon." Kairos 5, no. 2 (Fall 2000), http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/5.2/binder.html?coverbweb/jobe/women&hackerdom.htm (accessed March 23, 2005).

Citation:

    1. Karen D. Jobe, "Women and the Language of Hackerdom: The Gendered Nature of Hacker Jargon," Kairos 5, no. 2 (Fall 2000),

http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/5.2/binder.html?coverweb/jobe/women&hackerdom.htm (accessed 23 March 2005).

 

g) Electronic/Online Source

Reference:

Weissmann, Anne. Ernest Haeckel: Art Forms in Nature. http://www.mblwhoilibrary.org/haeckel/index.html (accessed January 14, 2007).

Citation:

    1. Anne Weissmann, Ernest Haeckel: Art Forms in Nature, http://www. mblwhoilibrary.org/haeckel/index.html (accessed January 14, 2007).

 

  1. Arabic transliteration standard used International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. For detailed transliteration could be seen at http://ijmes.chass.ncsu.edu/docs/TransChart.pdf
  2. The article must be free from plagiarism; through attached evidence (screenshot) that article has been verified through anti-plagiarism software, but not limited to the plagiarism checker (plagramme.com).