Manuscripts are written in English/Indonesian systematically: Title, Author and institution and correspondence address, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction (Background and Objectives), Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments (if needed), and List References.
Manuscripts are typed using the MS-Word program, Arial font 11, the top border is 3 cm while the left, right and bottom edges are 2.5 cm each. Maximum text thickness 15 pages with no spaces.
Indonesian/English titles are typed in capital letters and bold, a maximum of 20 words, do not use the words study, influence, relationship, analysis and year. Times New Roman font, font size 11 points and 1 space.
First Authora,1*, Second Authorb, Thirds Authorc
(Full name of the author without a title, if the author is from the same institution then coding is not necessary)
a First Author's Institution
b Second Author's Institution
c Third Author's Institution
ABSTRAK (In Indonesian)
Abstrak berisi uraian singkat tentang pendahuluan (1-2 kalimat) tujuan penelitian (1 kalimat), metode (3-5 kalimat), hasil penelitian (3-5 kalimat), dan kesimpulan (1 kalimat) yang dibuat dalan satu paragraf, dengan Times New Roman 12 poin, reguler dan spasi tunggal. Abstrak terdiri dari bahasa Inggris dan bahasa Indonesia tidak lebih dari 300 kata. Kata kunci : Terdiri atas 3-5 kata kunci diurutkan menurut abjad dipisahkan dengan tanda koma dan tidak diakhiri tanda titik
Kata Kunci : Terdiri dari 3-5 Kata Kunci, pisah menggunakan tanda koma
Tittle in English. Abstract consist of the introduction (1-2 sentences) research objectives (1 sentence), methods (3-5 sentences), research results (3-5 sentences), and conclusions (1 sentence) written in one paragraph, with Times New Roman 12 point, reguler and single space. Abstract consists of English and Indonesian language no more than 300 words.
Keywords : Consist of 3-5 keywords sorted alphabetically separated by a comma.
INTRODUCTION (11 point Arial, Bold, no spaces)
The introduction contains the background and objectives of the research written in different paragraphs. The background describes the reasons why this research was carried out and is supported by the results of the latest research in the last 10 years obtained from domestic and foreign journals and books. This section also presents research problems using the inverted pyramid method, starting with problems at the global, national and local levels. The number of pages in this section is a maximum of 1.5 pages written using Times New Roman font, 1.5 spacing and 12 point font size, one paragraph consisting of at least two sentences and at the end the purpose of the research is stated.
Citation writing is distinguished between writing at the beginning and the end of the sentence. If there is only one author, then the writing at the beginning is Nadimin (2015) and the writing at the end (Nadimin, 2015). If the writer consists of two people, then the writing at the beginning is Nadimin and Manjilala (2016) while the writing is at the end (Nadimin & Manjilala, 2016). If there are more than two authors, then the writing at the beginning is Nadimin et al. (2017) and writing at the end (Nadimin et al., 2017). Writing et al. Italicized and a period after al. If the author's name consists of two syllables such as Ramlan Asbar, then the writing at the beginning is Asbar (2017) and the writing at the end (Asbar, 2017). If the author's name consists of three syllables such as Ahmad Yazid Ilmany, then the initial writing is Ilmany (2017) and the final writing is (Ilmany, 2017). Writing for journal articles from electronic sources from the internet is Author, initials.,year. Article title. Journal title, [media type] Volume number (issue/section number), pages if any. Website address/URL in detail and underlined
RESEARCH METHODS (Arial 11 points, Bold, no spaces)
This section describes the design, place and time of the research which is typed sequentially in the form of paragraphs. Writing using Arial 11 points with no spaces. This section describes the population, subjects, number and methods of taking subjects in survey research or describes the materials and tools used in laboratory research. The word subject is used for survey research and the word sample is used for laboratory research. Qualitative research such as case studies, phenomenology, ethnography, and others, need to add a description of checking the validity of research results.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION (Arial 11 points, Bold, no spaces)
The results section describes the characteristics of the research subjects, univariate analysis, bivariate analysis (if any) and multivariate analysis (if any). It is not allowed to include tables and figures in this section, tables and figures are listed at the end after the bibliography. The interpretation of the research results is made in the form of a narrative, writing using Arial 11 points with no spaces. The discussion contains discussions that connect and compare research results with theories/concepts/findings from other research results, both in line with or not in line with research results. The discussion does not merely narrate the results (tables and figures), and should also state the impact of the research results.
CONCLUSION (Arial 11 points, Bold, no spaces)
Conclusions containing answers to research objectives are not a summary of research results that are displayed in 1 paragraph and typed using 11 point Arial letters with no spaces. Suggestions are written based on research findings and refer to practical activities, further research or the development of new theories.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (Arial 11 points, Bold, no spaces) (If required)
The part is optional, containing thanks to the parties who contributed to this research such as donors or sponsors, donors of materials, tools and facilities. Writing names do not use titles.
The bibliography contains only the literature referred to in this article, the author is obliged to use the literature of the last 10 years. References are written using the APA Style 6 Edition system, it is recommended to use a standard reference application such as Mendeley, Zotero or EndNote, and are arranged alphabetically by author's name. An example of writing a bibliography is as follows:
Bongoura M.L., Atindana J.N., Ming Z.H., Wei P, Mothibe K.J and Xue Z.K. (2012). Starch Functional Properties and Resistant Starch from Foxtail Millet [Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv] Species. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 11(1), 919-928.
Gibson RS. (2005). Principles of Nutritional Assessment. Second Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia. (2013). Riset Kesehatan Dasar. Jakarta: Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia.