AUTHOR GUIDELINES

1.     Manuscripts written for JSP include research outcomes, field research or literary research and articles reflecting sociopolitical phenomena.
2.     Manuscript is written in English. The writing system for research outcome is title, name of the writer, abstract with key words, preface, discussion or analysis, conclusion, and reference.
3.     Manuscript is typed using Microsoft Word program on HVS Kuarto paper, around 6000-7000 words in Palatino Linotype size 11 pts and 1.5 space.
4. Manuscript is to be submitted directly to the www.jurnal.ugm.ac.id/jsp by creating user account as an author.
5. Title of the article cannot exceed 14 words. The Title is typed with a centered capital letter in 14 pts.
6.     The name of the author is written without any academic degree, followed by the name of author’s institution, located under the title of the article. In case manuscript written by the team, the editor is only in contact with the main author 
  or the first mentioned author. The main author must include his/her correspondence address or e-mail.
7.     The abstract and keywords must be written in two languages (in Bahasa Indonesia and English). The length of each abstract is around 150 -200 words, while the limit of key words is 3-5 words. The abstract, at the least, must contain 
  the aim, method, and result of the research.
8.     Tables and figures must have titles and have a clear number and sources, and be typed in single space. In case of pictures or figures, it is better to attach the white-black format.
9. Articles published in JSP are recommended to be used as a reference. Example:
  Kusumaningrum, D. (2016). Interdependence versus Truth and Justice: Lessons from Reconciliation Processes in 
          Maluku. Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, 20(1), 15. doi https://doi.org/10.22146/jsp.17998
10.        The list of references only contains referred sources, and all referred sources must be mentioned on the list. Reference sources consist of, at the least, 80% printed literature published in the last 10 years. The reference sources in the form 
    of research articles in a journal or in a research report (including undergraduate theses, master theses, dissertations, books, and other relevant publications). Articles published in JSP are recommended to be used as a reference.
11.    All reference mentioned should be written down in reference using American Psychological Association (APA) style and arranged from A to Z.
12.    Check each referred article for accuracy and make sure every quoted work in the article is written in Bibliography and References. Works that are not cited but mentioned in the Bibliography or References will be omitted by the editor.
  Examples of Reference list can be downloaded here
   
  Books
  Anderson, B. (1983). Imagined Communities. London: Verso.
   
  Book chapter
  Smith, F. M., & Jones, W. (2004). The college student. In C. Wood & M. Meyer (Eds.)education (pp. 75-105). London, 
           Canada: MacMillan.
   
  Article Journal
  Lee, K. (2004). Reading and learning strategies: Recommendations for the 21st century. Journal of Developmental 
           Education, 28(2), 2-15.
   
  Article journal with DOI
  Smith, G. (2012). Barthes on Jamie: Myth and the TV revolutionary. Journal of Media Practice, 13, 3-D17. 
          http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/jmpr.13.1.3_1
   
  Article journal through website
  Austin, D. (2009). Fatty acids, breastfeeding and autism spectrum disorder. E-journal of Applied Psychology, 5(1), 
           49-52. Retrieved from http://ojs/lib.swin.edu.au/
   
  Newspapers article
  Fung, M. (2006, December 12). Asthma rates increasing. Winnipeg Free Press, pp. C4.
   
  Newspaper article through website
  Smith, G. (2012). Harris, M. (2011, August 16). Grades improve if classes start later, studies find. The Calgary 
           Herald. Retrieved from http://www.calgaryherald.com/
   
  Website
  Buzan, T. (2007). Mind maps. Retrieved September 3, 2009, from http://www.buzanworld.com/Mind_Maps.ht
   
  Document on website
  TransCanada. (2006). Annual report. Retrieved from http://www.transcanada.com/investor/annual_reports/2006
           /media/pdf/TransCanada_2006_Annual_Report.pdf
   
  Translation book
  Mancusa, S., & Viola, A. (2015). Brilliant green: The surprising history and science of plant intelligence (J. Benham, 
           Trans.). Washington, DC: Island Press.
   
13.     All manuscripts are anonymously studied by reviewers appointed by the editor according to their expertise. The author is given a chance to revise the manuscript based on the reviewer’s or the editor’s recommendation/advice. The decision
  of publication or rejection will be informed through the author’s email address.
14. The editor has the right to modify and correct the spelling, writing, and grammar of the published manuscript.
15.     Everything related to citing permission or computer software usage in writing the manuscript or any other things related to copyright done by the author, along with all its legal consequences, becomes the author’s full responsibility.
16.     An Author whose manuscript is published will get copies of publishing proof and five copies of printing proof. Unpublished manuscripts will not be returned.

 

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