Have Academics Implemented SNI 19-4192-2002 in Abstract Writing?

Case Study at the National Scientific Meeting of Duconomics Sci-meet 2021

Authors

  • Nicky Rosadi Universitas Indraprasta PGRI

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37010/int.v2i2.390

Keywords:

writing standards, abstract writing, SNI 19-4192-2002

Abstract

This study aims to determine whether academics have implemented SNI 19-4192-2002 in writing abstracts. The method used in this research is descriptive analysis method. The object of this research is the abstract submitted by academics who are presenters at the national scientific meeting of Duconomics Sci-meet 2021 with a total of 48 abstracts. The result of this research is that 60% of abstracts have not implemented SNI 19-4192-2002 on Documentation — Abstracts for documentation and publication. In the SNI document, it is explained that the abstract contains at least the objectives, methodology, results, and conclusions. Abstracts are presented in a concise form, which is between 100 to 250 words, and are easy to understand. Abstracts are also written in one paragraph. Then, the abstract is presented in Indonesian, and it is also advisable to prepare an abstract in English. Only 27% of academics have implemented SNI 19-4192-2002 in their abstract writing. Unfortunately, there are still 13% academics whose abstracts do not implement SNI 19-4192-2002. Based on these findings, it can be concluded that education related to abstract writing with national standards is necessary to improve the quality of scientific writing in Indonesia.

Author Biography

Nicky Rosadi, Universitas Indraprasta PGRI

Nicky Rosadi was born in Tangerang, February 12, 1990. Daily, he is a permanent lecturer at Universitas Indraprasta (Unindra) PGRI Jakarta and an honorary lecturer at Budi Luhur University Jakarta. In addition to teaching, this graduate of Indonesian Literature at the Universitas Negeri Jakarta (UNJ) also serves as the President Director of PT Naraya Elaborium Optima. This graduate (S-2) of Indonesian Language Education from the Universitas Indraprasta (Unindra) PGRI is also a National Literacy Instructor who is active in promoting literacy activities at the level of students, university students, teachers, lecturers, and the general public. The books he has written are:

- Secangkir Teh (2014, Elexmedia Komputindo)

- Bidadari Pemeluk Subuh (2015, Elexmedia Komputindo)

- Bahasa Indonesia Masa Kini: Untuk Mahasiswa Kekinian (2016, Pustaka Mandiri)

- Ketika Puisi Berkata (2018, Genggambook e-Publisher)

- Dewatara Balaseta: Sepasang Sayap Setan (2018, Genggambook e-Publisher)

- Aku Mencintaimu seperti Rangkaian Alfabet yang Terbatas pada Sebuah Kertas (2019, Genggambook e-Publisher)

Mengikhlaskan: Tak Ada Jalan Pulang untukku, Sayang (2020, PT Naraya Elaborium Optima)

Besides being a writer, he is also a language editor for several books, scientific journals, and other publications. Follow Instagram @nickyrosadi to get closer to him.

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Published

2021-09-30

How to Cite

Rosadi, N. (2021). Have Academics Implemented SNI 19-4192-2002 in Abstract Writing? Case Study at the National Scientific Meeting of Duconomics Sci-meet 2021. INTELEKTIUM, 2(2), 163–167. https://doi.org/10.37010/int.v2i2.390
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