Author Guidelines

1. The manuscript is written in Bahasa or English; must be typed with the Microsoft Word  program (.doc/.docx/.rtf) on A4 paper of around 5000-7000 words using Cambria letters measuring 10,5 pts and single space. The author(s) should use our Manuscript Template.

2. The manuscript must include the title, author's name, abstract, keywords, introduction, theoretical framework, method, result, discussion, conclusion, and references.

a) The title must be clear and informative; no more than 20 words; capitalized each word and bolded in the middle margin; represents entire contents of the article; and avoid using abbreviations.

b) The name of the author(s) is listed without any academic degree, included the full name of the author's institution (and its country), and written under the article title. If the manuscript is written by more than one author, the editor will only deal with the main author (whose name is listed in the first place) or corresponding author. The corresponding author must provide an e-mail address.

c) Abstracts and keywords are written in two languages ​​(Bahasa and English). The length of each abstract ranges from 100 to 150 words, with four keywords. The abstract must contain the article's main objectives and arguments, theoretical perspectives, research methods, and results.

d) The introduction should at least include the background of the study, research question(s), and the main arguments and/or research purposes.

e) The theoretical framework must be outlined in detail.

f) The method includes research design, and techniques of data collection and analysis.

g) The research results contain detailed explanations of the research findings.

h) The discussion must answer the research question(s).

i) The conclusion must summarize the research findings and provides recommendation whenever appropriate.

j) It is recommended that at least 70 percent of references are published in the last 10 years. It is also recommended that at least 60 percent of references are source from internationally reputable journals (indexed by SCOPUS/Web of Science/Thompson Routers).

k) Please use APA Style 6th edition for citation techniques. It is recommended using Mendeley for standardizing your references.


Soetomo. (2013). Masalah sosial dan upaya pemecahannya. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar.

Taylor, S. J., & Bogdan, R. (1984). Introduction to qualitative research methods: The search for meanings. New York: Wiley & Sons. Inc.

Translated Books:

Lefebvre, H. (1991). The production of space (Translated by D. Nicholson-Smith). Oxford & Cambridge: Blackwell.

Section or Article on Books:

Clark, E. (2005). The order and simplicity of gentrification: A political challenge. In: R. Atkinson & G. Bridge (Eds.), Gentrification in a global context: The new urban colonialism (pp. 256–264). London: Routledge.

Gaffard, J. L. (2009). Innovation, competition, and growth: Schumpeterian ideas within a Hicksian framework. In: U. Cantner, J. L. Gaffard, & L. Nesta (Eds.), Schumpeterian perspectives on innovation, competition and growth (pp. 7–23). Heidelberg: Springer.

Nurhadi. (2015). Peran modal sosial dalam pengembangan ekonomi lokal. In: A. Sunartiningsih (Ed.), Pemberdayaan masyarakat melalui institusi lokal. Yogyakarta: Aditya Media.


Wijayanti, A. & Damanik, J. (2019). Analysis of the tourist experience of management of a heritage tourism product: Case study of the Sultan Palace of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 14(2), pp. 166-177.

Suyatna, H & Nurhasanah, Y. (2017). Sociopreneurship sebagai tren karir anak muda. Jurnal Studi Pemuda 6(1), pp. 527-537.

Yuda, T. K. (2019). Welfare regime and the patrimonial state in contemporary Asia: Visiting Indonesian cases. Journal of Asian Public Policy, 12(3), pp. 351–365.

Journal with DOI:

Robinson, K. (2014). Citizenship, identity and difference in Indonesia. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 48(1), pp. 1–14. doi: 10.1177/1049731502012005003.

Sorensen, A., & Sagaris, L. (2010). From participation to the right to the city: Democratic place management at the neighbourhood scale in comparative perspective. Planning Practice and Research, 25(3), pp. 297–316. doi: 10.1080/02697459.2010.503424.

Susetiawan, Mulyono, D. C., Roniardian, M. Y., (2018). Penguatan peran warga masyarakat dalam perencanaan, penganggaran, dan evaluasi hasil pembangunan desa. Jurnal Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat 4 (1), pp. 109-118. doi: 10.22146/jpkm.27512.

Proceeding Articles:

Amaral, S. P. (2002). Sustainability indicators on environmental, social and economic performance: A proposal for the Brazilian oil industry. Sustainability Indicators on Environmental, Social and Economic Performance: A Proposal for the Brazilian Oil Industry (pp. 686-696). Kuala Lumpur: SPE International.

Blakey, N., Guinea, S., & Saghafi, F. (2017). Transforming undergraduate nursing curriculum by aligning models of clinical reasoning through simulation. In: R. Walker, & S. Bedford (Eds.), HERDSA 2017 Conference: Research and Development in Higher Education: Curriculum Transformation (pp. 25-37). Hammondville, NSW: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia. accessed on 14 July 2018.

Zheng D. (2014). The adoption of green information technology and information systems: An evidence from corporate social responsibility. Proceedings - Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. Chengdu: PACIS 2014.

Working Paper:

Taylor, J. B. (2007). Housing and monetary policy (NBER Working Paper Series No. 137682). Cambridge.

Hochstenbach, C., & Musterd, S. (2016). Changing urban geographies through boom and bust periods: gentrification and the suburbanization of poverty (CUS Working Paper Series No. 17). Amsterdam.

Government Documents:

Pemerintah Kota Magelang. (2016). Rencana pembangunan jangka menengah Kota Magelang 2016-2021. accessed on 14 July 2019.

Policy Paper:

Departement for Exiting the European Union. (2018). Citizen right: EU citizen in the UK and UK nationals in the EU (Policy Paper No. 69). accessed on 20 June 2019.

Policy Brief:

United Nation. (2018, March). Navigating financial risks through macro-prudential policies: Recent experiences of emerging economies (UN/DESA Policy Brief No. 57). accessed on 14 August 2018.


Bahruddin. (2015). Freeport, CSR, dan kebatilan. Kompas. accessed on 12 November 2019.

Kresna, M. (2016). Mengapa non-pribumi tak boleh punya tanah di Yogya? Tirto. accessed on 20 October 2019.

Mariani, E. (2016). “Get off the square!”: The unsubtle gentrification of Jakarta’s old town. The Guardian. accessed on 4 January 2020.


Kafaa, A. K. (2019, 19 May). Potret kewirausahaan sosial di Indonesia. accessed on 2 January 2020.

SMERU. (2019, 17 May). Linking social protection to sustainable livelihoods: The way forward for Indonesia. accessed on 4 December 2019.

Agus, T. (2018, 24 July). Gotong royong meluruskan ’jalan’ desa. accessed on 27 December 2019.

Documents from Website:

UN Habitat. (2016). The new urban agenda. accessed on 4 January 2020.

Konsorsium Pembaharuan Agraria. (2017). Catatan akhir tahun 2017: Reforma agraria di bawah bayangan investasi. accessed on 4 January 2020.

3. Table must be given a title placed at the top, single-spaced, and source information placed under the table with a font size of 10 pts.

4. Feature images, and/or illustrations must be given a title placed at the top of the picture/figure/illustration and source information placed at the bottom with a font size of 10 pts.