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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 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.

Author Guidelines


The authors must refer to Randwick International of Social Science (RISS) Journal for writing format and style (Please download and use as template for initial manuscript submission)

ADMINISTRATION REQUIREMENT
  • The manusript should be submitted by the author via e-mail or online submission. The content of the article should not be submitted simultaneously to another journal.
  • All authors guarantee that the manuscript is original, has never been published else where, and will not be submitted to other publisher.
  • The duration of reviewing process depends on manuscript qualification. It usually takes 1 months and the approval, correction or may be rejection letter, will be sent to the principle author.
  • Manuscripts are written using English language version.
  • Authors whose article has been published will accept certificates and softcopy of journal per issue (Pdf file).
  • Manuscripts that are rejected will be notified to the author via email from the editor.
 
WRITING GUIDELINES BEFORE SUBMITTING MANUSCRIPT
GENERAL FORMAT
The manuscript format must be presented in the following order:
Application  : Microsoft Word or Openoffice writer (doc/docx format)
Font         : Calibri (title, authorname, affiliate, email, abstract, keyword)
Times New Roman (body text)
Color : Bluedark (title, abstract, keyword, all subtitle), other text black
Paper size : A4 (21cm x 29.7cm) Margin : top 3 cm, bottom 2.5 cm, left 2.5 cm and right 2.5 cm, Line spacing : single
  • Title
    The title should be simple, concise and informative with only the first word capitalized. A shortened version of the title consisting of a maximum of 20 characters (including spaces). (Size 19pt, bold style)

  • Authorname, affiliation and email
    . Authorname1, Authorname2, Authorname3 (Size 14pt, bold, no.superscript after authorname)
    . Affiliation; Departement, Univ./Company, City, Country (Size 10.5pt, italic, no.superscript before affiliation)
    . Email; all author's or one of authors' emails (size 10pt, italic, no.superscript before email)

  • Abstract
    The abstract should be descriptive, and self-explanatory. The abstract without abbreviations, footnotes, or references. The structure of the abstract should mirror the structure of the whole paper. For example, if your paper has four sections (introduction, method, results and discussion, and conclusion), there should be one or more sentences assigned to summarize each section. In details, abstract should include: 1) the overall purpose of the study and the research problem(s) you investigated; 2) the basic design of the study; 3) major findings or trends found as a result of your analysis; and, 4) a brief summary of your interpretations and conclusions. The abstract should not exceed 250 words, and written as a single paragraph, size 10.5 and align justified).

  • Keyword
    Keyword no more than 5, separated semicolon (;), size 10.5pt

  • Introduction
    The introduction contains (in sequence) a general background, a state of the art review, a statement of scientific novelty, and the problems. It should explain the importance of the research and of the results being reported, as well as any relevance they have to other prior studies. At the end of the introduction should be written the purpose of the article. For scientific purposes, there is no bibliographical that must be written here. It is manifested in the form of a state of the art to show the scientific novelty of the study

  • Method
    The method can be written as independent sub-chapters if the article becomes the research result. This section should be written as concisely as possible but should contain all elements necessary to allow interpretation and replication of the results. This section is expected to expose sources that have been used. In the meantime, the method also can be included in the introduction section if the article written using literature studies or reflective works.
    If using a well-known method, name the method name only. If necessary, specify the reference source used as a reference. For qualitative research, research methods can adjust.

  • Results
    In this section, the results of the analysis are presented, but not discuss their significance. How the results are presented will depend upon whether the research study was quantitative or qualitative in nature. This section should focus only on results that are directly related to the research or the problem. Graphs and tables should only be used when there is too much data to efficiently include it within the text.

  • Discussion
    This section should be a discussion of the results and the implications on the field, as well as other fields. The hypothesis should be answered and validated by the interpretation of the results. This section should also discuss how the results relate to previous research mentioned in the literature review, any cautions about the findings, and potential for future research. The results and discussion section are often combined into one section because readers can seldom make sense of results alone without accompanying interpretation.

  • Conclusion
    The conclusion illustrates the problem that has been formulated. The conclusion is not repetitive, but rather on the summary of the findings of the problems.

  • Acknowledgments
    All acknowledgments (if any) should be included at the very end of the paper before the references. This section is the place to acknowledge people (dedications), places, and financing (you may state grants and sponsors here).

  • References
    All references referred to in the article text must be registered in the References section and must be written in APA 6th Edition format. The reference should contain sources, both primary and secondary sources. For the referral purposes, the editor recommended to the author for using a reference management application program such as Mendeley, EndNote or Zotero, or others.
Note: Make sure that your manuscript consist of 4000 - 8000 words and abstract consist of  150-250 words before sending to us

Click the link below to see / download:
- sample article
- article/doc template

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