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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

Writing Guidelines:

  1. Script in the form of research result or thesis writing and has never been published or considered loading in any e-journal.
  2. Articles can be sent to the email address editor and will be reviewed by the reviewer team. If in accordance with the provisions it will be published and will be notified by email to the author.
  3. The texts are written in standard Indonesian in accordance with the enhanced spelling or in English. The manuscript in Indonesian, abstract is written in English, while the English text, essence (abstract) is written in Indonesian. Length of manuscript maximum 15(fifteen) pages and minimum 10 (ten) pages.
  4. The manuscript is typed one half space (1.5) A4 quarto size, except abstract (abstract), table, histogram and literature list typed one (1) spacebar. The script is typed using Times New Roman with 12 fonts. The left margin is 4 cm, while the upper, lower and right margins are 3 cm each.
  5. The manuscript shall be submitted in accordance with the procedure to the Head of the Faculty of Letters e-journal in the form of print out of 2 (two) copies, accompanied by 1 (one) manuscript in the form of CDR / W with MS program. World and 1 (one) have been created in pdf file, equipped with CD security box that has been written student name, title and majors and email address. The manuscript to be published is examined by the e-journal faculty editing team of Literature.
  6. Systematics: Title (typed with capital letters). The main title (on the first page) should start from the top edge of the page, center (center), and Times New Roman font 12. While the subtitles only use capital letters at the beginning of each word, the rest use lowercase. The name of the author (without title), written his department in the Faculty of Letters. Abstract (abstract), no more than 250 words and accompanied by 3 (three) keywords (keywords). Abstract is fully typed in text italic (italic). Use abstract words as titles, with 12 Times New Roman fonts, bold type, centered on columns, initially capitalized. The abstract is typed 11-point (font), 1 (one) space. Leave 2 (two) empty space line after abstract, then start the main text.

The contents of the main text as follows:

(1). Background

(2) the subject matter

(3) research objectives

(4) research methods,

(5) results and discussion

(6) conclusions

(7) bibliography.

  1. Tables and images: should be displayed directly below or above the text citation. The name and number of the table are written above the table, while for the image is placed under the image. The table descriptions are written below the table. The picture description is in the picture in question.
  2. In quoting the literature into the text the name system is used according to the bibliography, for example: (Marhaeni, 2010: 23), (Meeting &Skladani, 1993: 123-124) or (Gunartha et al., 1989: 11)
  3. Writing a bibliography:
  4. Books: Name of author, year of publication, title, edition, name and place of publisher. Examples: Obama, Barack., 2012. Environmental Global, Sixth edition, Lewis Publisher, USA.

Another example: Wirateja, I.B., 2011. Bali Towards a Garden Island, mold to. II, Denpasar, Udayana University Press.

  1. Authorship in the book: author's name, year of publication, title, edition, name and place of publisher, cited page. Example: Sudharma and Ambaritha., 1990, Organization of Subak as World Heritage in Cultural Studies, Journal of Social Methods, 4, 33-36.
  2. Authors in magazines or journals: author's name and initials, year, magazine or journal name, volume (number), cited page. Example: Ruwish, R.C., 1985, A Method for Determination of Dissolve and Precipitated Social Conflict, Journal of Social Sciences Methods, 4, 33-36.
  3. Report, example: Population Growth in Denpasar City, 2010, Demographic Growth Report Denpasar, Bappeda Kota Denpasar, Denpasar.
  4. Thesis, Unpublished Report Dissertation, for example: Ginabuana, S. 1976, Bali Cultural Commodities for Tourism Destination, Doctoral Dissertation, Post-Graduate Cultural Studies Udayana University, Bali.
  5. Internet, example: The Social Conflict AnalysysTehnic, Humanities Bulletin No. 4 ISG, Resources: hhtp: /www.flash.com
  6. The Theory of Social Conflict, in http://news.detik.com/read/2012/08/28