Author Guidelines for Writing Scientific Articles

AUTHOR GUIDELINES OF JURNAL SMART

 FOR  RESEARCH ARTICLE

 TITLE MUST BE TYPED USING 14  TIMES NEW ROMAN FONT, ITALIC, BOLD (MAXIMUM 15 WORDS)

 Author 1), Author 2) etc. [11 Times New Roman Font, Bold and Full Name)

1 Author  affiliation (faculty, institution)

email:

2 Author  affiliation (faculty, institution)

email:

Abstract [11 Times New Roman font, bold]

 Abstract  must be written in English and contains the main issue, objective of the study, method, and research finding. It is typed in a paragraph maximum 100 words in length.( 11 size Times New Roman fonts, single-spaced, italic)

 Keywords: Maximum 5 words which separated by comma [11 Times New Roman font,single-spaced, italic]

1.     INTRODUCTION[ 12 size Times New Roman fonts, bold]

Introduction covers backgroud of the study, urgency, and rationalization of activity (research and dedication). The objective and problem solving plan are presented. The relevant review of literature and hypothesis development are included in this part. Literature study  not only restricted on theory but also empirical evidence.  Hypothesis of the study have to be built from the concept of theory and also supported by empirical study (the previous research).

2. RESEARCH METHODS

Research methods explain activity plan, scope of the study or object, material and instrument, setting, data collecting technique, definition of operational variable, and analysis technique. [12 Times New Roman font].

3.FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION

This part presents the research finding. The result can be complemented by table, graph (picture) or chart. This part explains the result of data processing, interprets finding logically that connected to relevant references. [12 Times New Roman font].

4.CONCLUSION

Conclusion contains summary of finding and discussion.

5. REFERENCES

The writing and citation are proposed to use reference manager such as Mendeley, Zotero, Reffwork, Endnote etc. [12 Times New Roman font]

 

Example:

Journal

Beck,  Aaron T. (1993).  Cognitive  Therapy:  Past,

Present, and Future. Jurnal of Consulting and

Clinical Psychology. Vol 61: 194-198.

Text Book

Guindon, M. H. (2010). Self-Esteem Across Lifespan. New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Translation Book

Creswell, John W. (2008). Educational Research Planning, Conducting, and Evaluating Quatitative and Qualitative Research . Edisi 3.

Penerjemah. Ahmad fawaid. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar.

Book of articles collection.

Letheridge,  S.  &  Cannon,  C.R.  (Eds.).  ( 1980).

Bilingual education: Teaching English as a second language. New York: Praeger.

Article in Proceeding

Edy Irawan. (2013) The Counseling Model through Cognitive Restructuring Techniques to Improve

Another example:

AUTHOR GUIDELINES OF SMARTJOURNAL

FOR  NON-RESEARCH ARTICLE

 TITLE MUST BE TYPED USING 14  TIMES NEW ROMAN FONT, ITALIC, BOLD (MAXIMUM 15 WORDS)

 Author 1), Author 2) etc. [11 Times New Roman Font, Bold and Full Name)

1 Author  affiliation (faculty, institution)

email:

2 Author  affiliation (faculty, institution)

email:

Abstract [11 Times New Roman font, bold]

 Abstract  must be written in English and contains the main issue that expressed properly, it is not a comment or introduction. It should be typed in a paragraph maximum 100 words in length.( 11 size Times New Roman fonts, single-spaced, italic)

 Keywords: maximum 5 words which separated by comma ( 11 size Times New Roman fonts, single-spaced, italic)

1.     INTRODUCTION [ 12 size Times New Roman fonts, bold]

It is different with introduction in research article, introduction in non-research article contains statements that leads the readers to the main topic discussed. It expresses things that can attract the readers to comprehend the next parts. Beside that, it should be closed by short formulation (1-2 sentences) about the main issues that will be discussed. There is no sub heading in introduction.   [12 Times New Roman font]

2.  DISCUSSION

This part presents the discussion about theme content. Sub heading, and the main content of non-research article are various, depending on the topic discussed. Material organisation shoud be explained in detail. [12 Times New Roman font]

3.     CLOSING/ CONCLUSION

The term “closing” is used as a title  of the end of non-research article if the content is only a final notes. While the term “conclusion”is used if the article is containing discussion. [12 Times New Roman font]

 

  1. REFERENCES

The writing and citation are proposed to use reference manager such as Mendeley, Zotero, Reffwork, Endnote etc. [12 Times New Roman font]


 

exampe:

 Unpubblished research article.

Nur Cholifah. (2007). The Use of Peer Mentoring to Improve Students’ Interaction in Bawen Vocational School. Thesis. Semarang: English Language Education Postgraduate Program State University of Semarang.

 Article in News Paper

Kukuh. (2008). Obsesi pendidikan gratis di Semarang. Suara Merdeka. Semarang 5 Maret. Hlm. 4.

Online journal article

Meltzer, D. E. (2002). The Relationship Between Mathematics Preparation and Conceptual

Learning Gains in Physics: a Possible “Hidden Variable” in Diagnostics Pretest Scores.

American Journal of Physics. [Online]. Available: www.physics.iastate.edu/-per/doc/AJP-dec-2002-vol.70-1259-1268.pdf.

[24 Mei 2012].

Online article (internet)

Serafini. (2000). Cognitive Restructuring. [Online]. Available: http://www.ehow.com/about_5104099_cognitiv e-restructuring-anxiety-disorder/html. [9 Maret 2012].

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