Author Guidelines

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

 

  1. Manuscripts written in Indonesian or Japanese. Manuscripts can be in the form of research results, scientific articles, literature studies and comparative research that have not been published by other print media. The manuscript is submitted in soft copy with A4 paper size, Microsoft Word program format, fonts: Times New Roman, MS Mincho (Japanese), 12 font sizes, 1.5 spaces and 1 for abstracts. Margin size: top (4 cm), left (4 cm), bottom (3 cm), and right (3 cm). The length of the manuscript is between 10 to. 18 pages and written in 1 column format. If there are pictures and tables stated in pdf format.

 

  1.  Systematics of writing the script is arranged in the following sequence:

 Title of Manuscript

 Writer's Name

 Institution Place of Writers

 Email address

 Abstract (A total of 100 to 200 words are written in Indonesian/Japanese and  keywords are 3 to 5 words sorted alphabetically.)

 A. Introduction (1. Background, 2. Problem Formulation, 3. Research Objectives, 4. Research Benefits)

 B. Theoretical Basis (Previous research from the journal if available and theory from relevant literature.)

 C. Research Methods (1. Research Data Sources and Methods, 2. Data Collection Techniques, 3. Data Analysis Techniques)

 D. Data Analysis

 E. Conclusions (1. Conclusions and 2. Suggestions)

 References

 

  1. Reference references are written with the following conditions:
    1. Books with one author's name are written in the following order: author's last name, author's first name, year of publication, book title (italicized), city of publisher and publisher's name. Example:

Djajasudarma, T. Fatimah. 2010. Metode Linguistik. Bandung: Refika Aditama.

 

  1. Books with Japanese authors' names are written in the following order: family name, self-name, year of publication, title of the book (typed in italics), city of publisher and publisher's name. Example:

 

                     Hashiuchi, Takeshi. 1999. Disukousu Danwa no Orinasu Sekai. Tokyou:

                                     Kuroshio Shuppan.

 

  1. Books with two or more authors' names are written in the same order as 3a, by adding the name of the second author by not reversing the name. Example:

 

Samadi, Junaidi and Rachmat Sandira. 2003. Analisis Statistik. Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama.

 

If the author is more than 2, then 1 author's name is written and the other authors are replaced with the words et al. Example:

 

Iori, Isao et al. 2000. Shokyuu wo Oshieru Hito no tame no Nihongo Bunpou

                  Hand Book. Tokyo: Kabushiki Kaisha 3A Cooporation.

 

  1. Books with the same author's name, but different years are written like the following example.

Nitta, Yoshio. 2003. Gendai Nihongo Bunpou 4: Modariti. Tokyo: Kuroshio Shuppan.

 

       ------. 2009. Gendai Nihongo Bunpou 7: Danwa, Taiguu Hyougen. Tokyo:  Kuroshio Shuppan.

 

  1. Articles in journals are written in the following order: author's last name, author's first name, year of publication, article title (italics and double quotation marks), journal name (italics), volume, number, year of publication of the journal and page. Example:

          Paquette, J.E. 1991. ”Minority Participation in Secondary Education: A Graned Descriptive Methodology”. Educational and Policy Analysis. Vol. 3 No. 2. Summer 1991. Pp. 139-157.

 

  1. References from the internet are written in the following order: author's last name, author's first name, year of publication (in parentheses), article title (italicized), website referenced and date of access. Example:

          Martodiarjo, Sartono. (2006). Gejolak Harga Minyak Dunia. Via, <[email protected]> [13/3/2006]

 

  1. References in the form of books/works of translation are written in the following order: author's last name, author's first name, year of publication of the translation, title of translation (typed in italics), name of translator, translated book, year of publication of translated book (enclosed in brackets), city of publisher and the name of the publisher of the translation book. Example:

          Yule, George. 2006. Pragmatik. Translated by Indah Fajar Wahyuni and Rombe Mustajab from  Pragmatics (1996). Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar.

 

  1. In addition to literature literature, writers can use online journal references that are relevant to the submission. The author is requested not to use a reference source from Wikipedia or KBBI as a quote until the inclusion in the bibliography.

 

  1. The manuscript is sent to the editorial email address: [email protected] or hariyono@unitomo.ac.id