Author Guidelines

Below are the things that the author needs to conform with:

Abstracts contain important things related to the article, including objectives, research methods, population and sample/object of research, research instruments, and research results. Abstracts must be written with 150-250 words and given a minimum of 3 keywords and a maximum of 5.

The introductory section mainly contains the reasons for conducting the research which is supported by a literature review (theoretical). The introductory section is expected to contain as many citations from scientific journals as possible (preferably from reputable international journals).

The methods section must be able to explain the research methods used, including how they are carried out. Research tools, materials, media, or instruments must be well explained. If there are statistical formulas that are used as part of the research method, it is better not to write down formulas that are generally accepted.

Results and Discussion
This section describes the research results in detail, including displaying the results of calculations, the results of needs analysis, and so on. The results of this study can also be displayed in the form of tables or figures, provided that the tables or figures should not be too long, too large, or too numerous. Authors should use variations in the presentation of tables or figures, and each table or figure presented must be referenced (not rewritten) in the text. We recommend that you do not include SPSS data processing results tables in the article (authors are required to re-summarize and create a separate table according to the format requested in this journal template).
Discussion of research results is a form of scholarly research. For this reason, the author is expected to be able to reveal in detail and in-depth the findings in his research. In this section, the author must refer to the results of previous studies that have been published in scientific journals (especially from reputable international journals).
Here are some examples of writing references in the body of the article (Robbani, 2013), or if there are two authors (Rosadi & Robbani, 2010). If there are four or more authors (Robbani et al, 2015). Then, the author's name is written outside the brackets, such as Robbani (2013), according to the APA Publication Manual. Reference writing DOES NOT NEED to include the page from the cited reference source. It should be noted that only the last name of each author should be cited in the text part.
The discussion section is expected to provide a new contribution and color for the development of science, especially in the fields according to the articles written. For this reason, the author is expected to really pay special attention to ensuring that the written discussion is an important part of the overall content of the article, which can improve the quality of science.

The conclusion should include the results of research that has been carried out and is the answer to the formulation of the problem. Conclusions are aligned with the problem formulation and research objectives. In the case of more than one conclusion, it is written using numbers and not using bullets. In this concluding section, the prospects for the development of the research results and further applications can also be added for the next study.

All references cited in the body of the article must be listed in the bibliography section and written in one space alphabetically arranged and using the American Psychological Association (APA) writing standards.
Note: No need to separate references in the form of books, journals, and so on. The following is a list of the contents of the bibliography.

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