AUTHOR GUIDELINES
A. GENERAL GUIDELINE

Article template

  1. The article has not been previously published in other journals or other places
  2. The article should be written in English (United States of America English) with a formal style and structure. This is because it is a fully peer-reviewed academic journal so that oral and informal language would not be accepted
  3. The article should be written in a word document (MS Word), 1,15 space (single space), 12pt Times New Roman,
  4. The article should be written between approximately 4000 – 6000 words including body text, all tables, figures, notes, and the reference list.
  5. The article has to be an original work of the author/s
  6. The author/s have a responsibility to check thoroughly the accuracy of citation, grammar, table, and figures before submission
  7. The author/s has a responsibility to revise their article after receiving a review from the editorial boards.
  8. The author/s should register at Ilomata International Journal of Social Science before submitting their paper and fill the form completely.
  9. The article should be submitted via online submission at Ilomata International Journal of Social Science
  10. The articles will be reviewed by editorial boards
  11. The author should use a “template” provided by the Ilomata International Journal of Social Science (it can be downloaded from the Ilomata International Journal of Social Science website) to write their article.

 

STRUCTURE OF THE ARTICLE

  1. Title
  2. Author’s name, email address, author’s affiliation address
  3. Abstract (250 words maximum, it consists of a background of the study, research method, finding of the research)
  4. Keywords ( 3-5 words/phrases)
  5. Introduction (it consists of background statement, research questions, theoretical framework, literature review)
  6. Hypothesis (optional)
  7. Methodology of the research (it consist of data collecting method, data analysis, time and place of the research if the article is based on the field research).
  8. Research findings and discussion
  9. Conclusion
  10. Acknowledgment (optional)
  11. Reference.
  12. Index (optional)

WRITING SYSTEM

1. Title

A title should be clear, short, and concise that depict the main concern of the article. A title should contain the main variable of the research. A title should be typed in bold and capital letter

2. Name of the author/s

The author/s name should be typed below the title of the article without an academic title. The author/s address (affiliation address) should be typed below the name of the author/s. The author/s email address should be typed below the author/s address. If the author is more than one writer, it should be used a connecting word “and” not a symbol “&”

3. Abstract and keywords

An abstract is the summary of an article that consists of the background of the study, data collecting method, data analysis method, research findings. The abstract should be written in one paragraph, single-spaced, and in italic. The abstract should be no more than 250 words. The word “abstract” should be typed in bold, capital letters,s, and italic. Keywords should consist of 3-5 words or phrases. Keywords should be typed in italic 

4. How to present a table

The title of the table should be typed above the table and align text to the left, 12pt font Times New Roman

The word “table” and “number of the table” should be typed in bold, while the title of the table should not be typed in bold (normal). Numbering for the title of the table should use an Arabic word (1, 2, 3, and so forth)

The table should be appeared to align text to the left. To write the content of the table, it might use 8-11pt font Time New Roman or 8-11pt 1.0 space. The table should not be presented in the picture, it should be typed in real table-office word formating. The Source of the table should be typed below the table, align text to the left, 10pt font Time New Roman.

Example:

Table 4. Number of ..........

 product

2010

2011

2012

2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a

1.500 Ton

1.800 Ton

1.950 Ton

2.100 Ton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b

950 Ton

1.100 Ton

1.250 Ton

1.750 Ton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

c

350 Ton

460 Ton

575 Ton

780 Ton

 

d

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Balai Pertanian Jateng, 2013.

5. How to present picture, graph, photo, and diagram

Picture, graph, figure, photo, and diagram should be placed at the center. The number and title should be typed above the picture, graph, figure, photo, and diagram. Number and the word of the picture, graph, figure, photo, and diagram should be typed in bold, 12pt Georgia, and at the center, while the title of them should be typed in normal (not bold). A number of the picture, graph, figure, photo, and diagram should use an Arabic word (1, 2, 3, and so forth). Source of the picture, graph, figure, photo, and diagram should be typed below the table, align text to the left, 10pt font Times New Roman. Picture, graph, figure, photo, and diagram should not be in colorful type, and in high resolution, minimum 300-dpi/1600 pixel (should be in white and black, or gray, ).Example:

Figure 1. Indonesian......

 

Source: World Development Indicator, 2005

6. Research finding

This part consists of the research findings, including a description of the collected data, analysis of the data, and interpretation of the data using the relevant theory.

 

7. Referencing system

Ilomata International Journal of Social Science uses the APA Style 7th Edition for referencing system. Expect a minimum of 10 references primarily with a minimum of 80% to journal papers. The references must be up-to-date references (10 years back). Please use the reference manager system, like Mendeley, Zotero, Endnote, etc. Example:

Culpeper, J., Haugh, M., & Kádár, D. Z. (2017). The Palgrave handbook of linguistic (im) politeness. Springer.

Luo, B., & Ghosh, S. (2011). Protection and Enforcement of Well-Known Mark Rights in China: History, Theory, and Future. SSRN Electronic Journal. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1326398

Manduric, A. (2016). Social Media as a Tool for Information Warfare. In Google It (pp. 261–264). Springer.

Prakash, O., & Kumar, R. (2017). Linguistic (Im) politeness and Public Discourse in Media Sphere.

Ryabova, M. (2015). Politeness Strategy in Everyday Communication. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 206, 90–95.