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AUTHOR GUIDELINES

General Writer's Guidelines

Templates for this article format were created in MS Word 2010, and then saved in doc or docx format. The format of this article file template can be downloaded on the https://iaibbc.e-journal.id/xx page.

This template allows article writers to prepare articles according to the rules relatively quickly and accurately, especially for the needs of electronic articles uploaded to the Eduprof Journal.

Body of text using Times New Roman 11 font, regular, spacing 1.15, spaces before 0 pt, after 0 pt)

GUIDELINES FOR MAKING A TEXT

Article Title

Article Title, About 15-20 Words, Describes Research That Has Been Done, Times New Roman 14, Bold, space 1.

Abstract

Abstract consists of 150-200 words, contains a brief description of the problem and research objectives, methods used, and research results. Abstract emphasis is primarily on research results. Abstracts are written in Indonesian and English. Abstract typing is done single-spaced with margins that are narrower than the main right and left margins. Keywords that need to be included to describe the problem area under study and the main terms that underlie the implementation of the research. Key words can be single words or combinations of words. The number of key words 3-5 words. These key words are necessary for computerization. Searching for research titles and abstracts is made easier with these key words.

Introduction

The introductory section mainly contains: (1) research problems; (2) plan and plan problem problems; (3) formulation of research objectives; (4) a summary of theoretical studies related to the problem under study. The occasional section contains expectations about the results and benefits of the research. The length of the introductory section is about 2-3 pages and typed in 1.15 (or following the provisions of the scientific journal where the article is published). For articles published in the Eduprof Journal, the detailed rules for article format follow the article format provisions in the Eduprof Journal. The format of the articles in this Manual is the generally agreed format for the Eduprof Journal, which is the style of the Eduprof Journal.

Methodology

This chapter describes how the research was carried out. The main materials of this section are: (1) research design; (2) population and sample (research target); (3) techniques for improving data and developing instruments; (4) and data analysis techniques. For research using tools and materials, it is necessary to write down the specifications of the tools and materials. Tool specifications describe the sophistication of the tools used. Material specifications describe the types of materials used.

For qualitative research such as classroom action, ethnography, phenomenology, case studies, and others, it is necessary to add the presence of researchers, research subjects, informants who helped along with ways to change research data, location and length of research and a description of checking the validity of the results. research.

It is best to avoid organizing the "sub-headings" in this section. However, if you can't avoid it, you can see how to say it in the "Results and Discussion" section.

Results and Raising

This section is the main section of the research article and is usually the longest section of the article. The research results presented in this section are “clean” results. Data analysis processes such as statistical calculations and testing processes are unacceptable. Only analysis and test results need to be reported. Tables and graphs can be used to clarify the presentation of research results verbally. Tables and charts should be commented on or discussed.

For qualitative research, the results section contains detailed sections in the form of sub-topics that are directly related to the research focus and categories.

The discussion in the article aims to: (1) answer the problem formulation and research questions; (2) shows how the findings were obtained; (3) interpret / interpret findings; (4) linking the results of research findings with an established knowledge structure; and (5) rejecting new or existing theories.

In answering the formulation of the problem and the questions, the research results must be presented explicitly. The interpretation of the findings is carried out using existing logic and theories. Findings in the form of facts in the field are integrated / control with previous research results or with existing theories. For this purpose there must be a reference. In new theories, old theories can be confirmed or rejected, some may need to acknowledge the theory of old theories.

In an article, sometimes organizing is inevitable research results into "child subtitles". The following is how to write the format of the organization, which shows how to write specific things that cannot be separated from an article.

Conclusion

Conclusion provides a summary of the description of the results and discussion, referring to the research objectives. Based on these two things, new ideas are developed which are the essence of the research findings.

Reference

Bibliography is a list of papers that the author reads in preparing his article and is then used as a reference. In scientific articles, Bibliography must exist as a complement to references and reference sources. Bibliography writing follows the rules in this guideline. Bibliography is written using automatic citation applications (mendeley).

Example:

Terry, George Robert, Management Basics, Prints 11 (Jakarta: PT. Bumi Aksara, 2010)

Figures and Tables

Place table labels above the table, while image labels are at the bottom of the table. Write specific tables specifically, for example Table 1, when referring to a table. Examples of writing tables and image captions are as follows:

Figure 1. An example of an image caption

Quotations and References

Image: Image caption

One of the characteristics of scientific articles is to present the ideas of others to strengthen and enrich the ideas of the author. Ideas that have been previously expressed by others are referred to (referred to), and the reference sources are included in the Bibliography.

Bibliography must be complete and in accordance with the references presented in the body of the article. This means that the sources written in the Bibliography are actually referenced in the body of the article. Conversely, all references that have been mentioned in the article must be listed in the Bibliography. To show the quality of scientific articles, the list included in the Bibliography must be quite a lot. Bibliography is arranged alphabetically and the way it is written is adjusted to the rules specified in the journal. The rules for writing quotes, references, and bibliography follow this manual.

The presentation of other people's ideas in the article is done indirectly. The ideas that are quoted are not written like the original text, but are made a summary or conclusion. For example, state that the notion of management is a typical process consisting of several actions; planning, organizing, mobilizing, and supervising. All of this is done to determine and achieve targets or targets to be achieved by utilizing all resources, including human resources and other resources.

Reference is the mention of the source of the idea written in the text as (1) acknowledgment to the owner of the idea that the author has made "borrowing" not plagiarism, and (2) notification to the reader who and where the idea was taken. Reference contains the name of the author whose opinion was cited, the year the source of the information was written, and / without the page number where the information referred to was taken. Author name used in the reference only last name. Reference can be written in the middle of a sentence or at the end of a quote sentence.

The references are written and separated from the quoted sentence by opening and closing brackets (check the examples below). The references written in the middle of the sentence are separated by the word that precedes it and the word that follows it with a distance. The reference written at the end of the sentence is separated from the last word of the quote sentence by being spaced, but not separated by a period. Author name and year of publication separated by a comma (,) refers to the Modern Humanities Research Association 3rd Edition reference style writing using the Mendeley application.

Softcopy manuscripts are sent no later than 1 month before publication, by sending through the address of the journalpermata or sent by email: Email: permata.bbc@gmail.com.

SUBMISSION PREPARATION CHECKLIST

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 Manuscript has not been published or is not in the process of submission for publication to other media and does not contain elements of plagiarism, and enclosing written statement from the author.
The Manuscript is written in Indonesian or English using Template of Edprof: Islamic Education Journal
The length of the Manuscript is at least 3000 words (about 6 Pages) and does not exceed 7000 words (approximately 20 pages) including drawings, graphs / tables (if any) and bibliography. The Manuscript should enclose the abstracts in English and Indonesian. The paper is submitted in Ms. Word.

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