Author Guideline

Author Guidelines

Several provisions in writing for the Jejaring Administrasi Publik include:

a) The Article Title should be able to depict the content of the article, with the word count around 8 to 14. It should be written in two languages: Indonesian and English, avoiding the use of capital letters throughout.

b) The author's name should be consistent in form and spelling, without titles, and it should list the Department, Faculty, University/Author's institution, and email correspondence.

c) The abstract should be written in one paragraph followed by Keywords in both Indonesian and English. The abstract should be approximately 200-250 words and should contain the writing's background, purpose, research methods, discussion, and conclusion.

d) The content of the article must be relevant to the field of public administration and well-understood by the author.

e) The content of the article must be original and not previously published in any other publication.

f) The article should be typed in MS Word using Times New Roman font size 12, and typed with 1.5 spacing on A4 paper, with a word count between 3500-6000 words.

Manuscript Preparation and Templates

Writing techniques for the Jejaring Administrasi Publik:

To support the structure of a scientific journal, the writing technique must consider several things, including:

a) Articles should be written in essay form, so there are no numeric (or alphabetical) formats that separate between chapters/sections, or to mark a new chapter/section.

b) To condense and make the article content more efficient, running notes are used instead of footnotes or endnotes.

c) Conclusions are not detailed in points but are presented as a paragraph.

d) If there are Tables/Graphics or Images, they should be sent in a separate file from the article text, in a tab-delimited format.

e) The writing of "Table 1" and so forth is above the table, followed by the Table Title.

f) The writing of "Figure 1" and so forth is below the figure, followed by the figure caption.


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