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Author Guidelines

AUTHOR GUIDELINES JURNAL APLIKASI MANAJEMEN

JOURNAL OF APPLIED MANAGEMENT (JAM)

 

GENERAL REQUIREMENT

1.    The article font type uses Times New Roman.

2.    The article is written on an A4 size of paper with the top edge margin is 4cm, left edge margin is 4cm, right edge margin is 3cm, and the bottom edge is 3cm.

3.    The publishing article has never been published or given to other media.

4.    In the article, there should be a page number in a sequence.

5.    The article writing style must be consistent/not changeable.

6.    Writing References should be in sync between quoted in the article Contents and recorded in the References.

7.    All authors must be specified.

8.    The article should not be more than 15 pages.

9.    Contact person identity must be complete, correct, and clear (include address, phone number, and email).

10. The publishing article focus and scope must be include the study results in conceptual ideas, study, and applied theory, literature reviews, reviews of new books, and writing practice in the field of Management.

11. Submitted article in soft copy uses a Microsoft Word.

12. Article must be submitted at least 1 month prior to the publication for every edition.

13. The article must be in English, or at least must include an abstract in English and Bahasa.

 

STANDARD WRITING ARTICLES

ARTICLE TITLE

1.    The Title is written with Times New Roman 14 cpi and 1 (one) spacing.

2.    Titles in bold.

3.    The author must write his/her fullname in article (not a nickname) and should not be abbreviated.

4.    Name of the author must be followed by the Institutions name of the authors.

 

ABSTRACT

1.    Abstract is written with Times New Roman 11 cpi and 1 (one) spacing.

2.    Abstracts should be no more than 200 words.

3.    Abstracts should contain a short description of the purpose, methods, research results, conclusion, and suggestion.

4.    Keywords are written in one space below the Abstract.

5.    Keywords may include at least 3 words and not more than 5 words

 

 

CONTENTS ARTICLES

1.    Content of the Articles is typed with Times New Roman 12 cpi and 1.5 (one-half) spacing.

2.    The article is written in essay form, completed by section titles (headings) of each part, except the introduction section which is presented without titles. Rank section headings must be in bold and no numbers.

       Rank 1 (all caps and align left)

       Rank 2 (capitalize each word and align left)

       Rank 3 (Sentence case and align left)

3.    Chapters and sections that must exist in the article:

          Articles conceptual presented systematically as follows: (a) title, (b) the identity of the authors without academic degrees, (c) abstract, (d) the keywords, (e) the introduction (Untitled section) which contains background and the purpose or scope of the article and (f) a list of references.

       The results Quantitative presented systematically as follows: (a) title, (b) the name of the author, without an academic degree, (c) abstract, (d) the keywords, (e) the introduction (Untitled section) contains a discussion of the literature and research purposes, (f) the method, (g) the results, (h) discussion, (i) conclusions and suggestions, and (j) a list of references.

       The results of qualitative research: presented systematically as follows: (a) title, (b) the name of the author, without an academic degree, (c) abstract, (d) the keywords, (e) the introduction (Untitled section) contains a discussion literature and research purposes, (f) the method, (g) the results and discussion, (h) conclusions and suggestions, and (i) a list of references.

4.    Citing the opinions of others should be accompanied by the author's name is cited and years.

       Example:

       1 (one) author: Wilber (2000)

       2 (two) authors: Weston and Copeland (2002)

       More than 2 (two) author: Moh'd, et al. (2001)

  1. 5.    Image (Charts, sketches, photos, and Histogram) in the article must be accompanied by the source image, image sequence number, and the name/title of the image. Draw order number and the name/title of the picture is written at the bottom after image. The writing on the image written with font size 10.

       Example:

       Figure 1. Conceptual Framework

  1. 6.    Tables in the article should be accompanied by the source table, table sequence number, and the name/title of the table. The sequence number table and the name/title of the table are written above the table. Posts in the table are written with font size 10.

       Example:

       Table 1. Corporate Finance

 

 

REFERENCES

1.    References are presented following the procedures as shown below and are sorted alphabetically and chronologically.

2.    References contain only references in the article.

3.    References are written in the form of Hanging.

4.    Writing references from books.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated. Year. Book title. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Wilber, Ken. 2000. A Theory of Everything. Boston: Shambhala Publications, Inc.

5.    Writing references from the website.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated. Year. Titles. [On line]. Form: site address [date Browsing].

       Example:

       Tsagklis, Ilias. 2017. Full Android Application Tutorial. [On line]. From: http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2010/10/android.html [June 1, 2017].

6.    Writing references from institute website.

       Institution name. Year. Titles. [On line]. Form: site address [date Browsing].

       Example:

       Universitas Brawijaya. 2017. Full Android Application Tutorial. [On line]. From: http://www.ub.ac.id/2010/10/android.html [June 1, 2014].

7.    Writing references from Journal.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated. Year. Titles in the Journal article. Journal Name, Volume, Number, Page. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       D.D. Warrick. 1981. Leadership Styles and Their Consequences. Journal of Experiential Learning and Simulation, Volume 3, Number 4, Pages 155-172. Colorado: Colorado Sprige.

8.    Writing references that are more than one person up to five in the same book.

       Last Name 1st Author, First Name 1st Author and may be abbreviated., 2nd Author's name written like as the original or not reversed and may be abbreviated., And 3rd Author's Name written like as original / not reversed and may be abbreviated. Year. Book title. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Two persons

       Weston, J.F. and T.E. Copeland. 2002. Managerial Finance. Ninth Editions. Orlando: The Dryden Press.

       Three persons

       Moh'd, M.A., L.G. Pery., And N.J. Rimbey. 2001. The Impact of Ownership Structure on Corporate Debt Policy: A Time-Series Cross-Section Analysis. Financial Review. August, Vol. 33, 8599.

       Four persons

       Azzuhri, M., A. Thoyib., Noermijati., And E. Yuniarto. 2014. Guidelines for Writing Article. Malang: UB Press.

       Five persons

       Thoyib, A., M. Azzuhri., Noermijati., E. Yuniarto., And A. Endre R. 2014. Guidelines for Writing Articles. Malang: UB Press.

9.    Writing References That Are More Than Five People In The Same Book.

       1st Author Last Name, First Name 1st Authors may be abbreviated. et al. Year. Book title. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Angmar, Deris. et al. 2014 Creativity for Writing narration. Malang: Delov, Inc.

       or

       Angmar, D., et al. 2014 Creativity for Writing narration. Malang: Delov, Inc.

10. Writing References From Books If Writer As Editor.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated or shortened., Ed or eds. Year. Book title. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Angmar, Deris., Ed. 2014 Creativity for Writing narration. Malang: Delov, Inc.

11. Writing References From The Book is a Book Edition.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated. Year. Book Title (edition). Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Wilber, Ken. 2000. A Theory of Everything (third ed.). Boston: Shambhala Publications, Inc.

12. Writing References From Books Publication Institute Books.

       Institution name. Year. Book title. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Department of Health. 2014. The impact of Smoking on Health and Economics. Jakarta: Ministry of Health.

13. Writing References From Books Is a Book of writing Many People.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated or shortened. Year. "Themes", in Title Dialog. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Azzuhri. 1990. "Improving Local Business Performance Through Cross Culture Management", in the Third International Dialogue Scholars Association Management Indonesia. Malang: AIMI.

14. Writing References from Translate Book.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated or shortened. Year. Book title. Tr. Translators name. Cities Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Angmar, Deris. et al. 2014 Creativity for Writing narration. Tr. Taufik. Malang: Delov, Inc.

15. Writing References from Thesis/Dissertation.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated or shortened. Year. Title Thesis/Dissertation. Thesis/Dissertation at the University Name: place of publication.

       Example:

       Armanu. Organizational Citizenship Behavior Role as Mediator Effect of Job Satisfaction, Work Environment, and Organizational Commitment on Employee Performance. Doctoral dissertation at the Universitas Brawijaya: Unpublished.

16. Writing Bibliography of Proceedings.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated or shortened. Tahun.Judul article. Proceedings title. Organized place. Page.

       Example:

       Aisjah, S. and E. Agustian Hadianto. 2012. Financial Performance Based Islamicity Performance Index (Study of The Muamalad Bank Indonesia and Bank Syariah Mandiri). Proceeding Indonesian Scientists Management Association 3rd International Seminar and Conference "Improving Local Business Performance Through Cross Culture Management", Swiss-Berlin Panakkukang, Makassar, 19 to 20 October 2012. The Swiss Bell Hotel Panakukang, Makassar. Pages 107-120.

17. Writing References from Documents.

       Document name. Year. Document Title. Place Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Central Bureau of Statistics BPS Malang. 2000. Figures Malang in 2000. Jakarta: BPS.

18. Writing References from Magazine or Newspaper.

       Author Last Name, First Name Authors may be abbreviated or shortened. Article Title. Name Magazine or Newspaper, Magazine or Newspaper Date of publication, page articles in the Magazine or Newspaper. Place Publisher: Publisher Name.

       Example:

       Angmar, Deris. Success Of Friendship. Compass, 23 February 2014, Pages: 1. Malang: The Malang compass.

 

 

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.

  1. 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).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. 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.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

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