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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE WRITING GUIDELINES INDONESIA PRIME


 


1. GENERAL GUIDELINES



  1. Writing is the result of scientific research

  2. Writing is the work of the original author (No plagiarism) and not an adaptation of another work (avoiding plagiarism auto) as well as the writings of not being in the other journal review.

  3. Scientific writing can use United Kingdom Language or Indonesian Language.

  4. The script was written in the Indonesian Language, use the language of Indonesia's raw, any foreign words in Japanese parallel wanted Indonesia's raw, and it does not need to include foreign language

  5. The sentence taken from scientific writings in foreign languages translated in the languages of Indonesia, except raw written in Language English.

  6. Paper size is A4 width limits the edge (margin) is 3.5 cm to limit up, down and left, while the right is 2, 0cm.


 


2. WRITING SYSTEM



  1. Title the first part, the author's name, abstraction.

  2. Main parts: contains introduction, study of literature and the development of the hypothesis (if any), how to/research methods, the results of research and discussion, and the conclusions and suggestions (if any).


The end: thanks (if applicable), description of symbols (if any), and a list of libraries.


 


3. THE TITLE AND AUTHOR'S NAME



  1. The title is printed with large letters/capital, in bold (bold) with the typeface Times New Roman font 12, single spaced with a maximum word count of 15.

  2. The author's name is written under the title without the title, should not be shortened, beginning with capital letters, without beginning with the word "by", the order of the authors is the author of the first author followed by the second, third and so on.

  3. The College's name and e-mail address (email) all authors are written under the author's name with the letter Times New Roman font 10.


 


4. ABSTRACT



  1. Abstract written in Bahasa Indonesia or the United Kingdom, contains Language about the core issue/background research, how to research/problem solving, and the results obtained. The word abstract in bold (bold).

  2. The number of words in an abstract of no more than 250 words and typed 1 spaces.

  3. Types of abstract font is Times New Roman font 11, served with left-align and right align, presented inside one paragraph, and written without overhanging (indent) in the beginning of the sentence.

  4. Abstract equipped with Keywords comprising 3-5 words that became the core of the description of abstraction. The word Keywords in bold (bold).


 



  1. INTRODUCTION


The preface contains background research in a concise and compact, and goals.  Support theory need not be included in this part, but similar research was already done can be expressed


 


6. DISCUSSION


This section contains the data (in the form of concise), data analysis and interpretation of results.  Discussion of empirical studies done by linking or theory for interpretation.  If seen from the proportion of the writing, this section should take the largest proportion, can reach 50% or more. This section can be divided into several sub chapters, but do not need to specify this enumeration.


7. COVERED/CONCLUSION


This section contains conclusions and suggestions.  Conclusions and suggestions can be made in a separate subsection.  Conclusions answer the purpose, rather than repeating the theory, means declaring the results of research in a nutshell (but not the summary of discussion).  The suggestion was advanced research where it is still necessary for the consummation of the results of the study so that the Sepik.  The research is certainly not always the Sepik society at a time of research, but is a series of ongoing research.


 


8. THE GENERAL RULE OF WRITING A SCRIPT



  1. Any subtitles are written with the letter Times New Roman font 11 and in bold (bold).

  2. New paragraphs are written with overhanging indent first line-0.75 cm, between paragraphs are not given space.

  3. Foreign words are written in italics.

  4. All numbers are written with digits, except at the beginning of sentences and whole numbers less than ten should be spelled.

  5. Tables and pictures should be given a clear description of, and given the numbers sort.


 


9. REFERENSI


The writing system uses Harvard Referencing Library Standard. All listed in the bibliography should be referred to in the manuscript. Very up to date reference take precedence.



  1. Book


[1] Author 1, author 2 etc. (Last name, first name is abbreviated). The year of publication.


The title of the Book italic. The Edition, The Publisher. Place of Publication.


Example:


O’Brien, J.A. dan. J.M. Marakas. 2011. Management Information Systems. Edisi 10. McGraw-Hill. New York-USA.


B. Article Journal


[2] Author 1, author 2 onwards, (last name, first name abbreviated).


The year of publication. The title of the article. The Name of The Journal Italic. Vol. Number. Page Range.


Example:


Cartlidge, J. 2012. Crossing boundaries: Using fact and fiction in adult learning. The Journal of Artistic and Creative Education. 6 (1): 94-111.


C. Seminar/Conference Proceedings


[3] Author 1, author 2 etc., (last name, first name is abbreviated). The year of publication. The title of the article. The Name of The Conference. The date, month and year, town, country. Page.


Example:


Michael, R. 2011. Integrating innovation into enterprise architecture management. Proceeding on Tenth International Conference on Wirt-shafts Informatic. 16-18 February 2011, Zurich, Swiss. Hal. 776-786.


D. Thesis or Dissertation


[4] Author (last name, first name is abbreviated). The year of publication. Thesis, Thesis title., or a University dissertation.


                   Example:


Soegandhi. 2009. Aplikasi model kebangkrutan pada perusahaan daerah di Jawa Timur. Tesis. Fakultas Ekonomi UniversitasJoyonegoro, Surabaya.


E. Reference sources from websites


[5]Author. Of the year. The Title Of The Address The Uniform Resources Locator (URL). Date Accessed.


                   Example:


Ahmed, S. dan A. Zlate. Capital flows to emerging market economies: A brave new world?.http://www.federalreserve.gov/pubs/ifdp/2013/1081/ifdp1081.pdf.      Diakses tanggal 18 Juni 2013