Author Guidelines

  1. The text should be in the form of the results of any research which has never been published or which has not been considered for publication in any journal.
  2. There are no indicators that the text is a result of plagiarism; the text does not deviate from the academic norms and is in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation of the Minister of National Education No. 17 of 2010 concerning preventing and coping with plagiarism in Higher Education.
  3. The text should be written in either standard Indonesian and based on the official Indonesian spelling system or in English. If the text is written in Indonesian, its abstract should be written in English, and if the text is written in English, its abstract should be written in Indonesian. The maximum length of the text is 12 (twelve) pages and the minimum length is 6 (six) pages.
  4. The text should be typed in one (1) single space with paper size A4. The text should be type using Times New Roman font 12. The left, top, bottom and right margins should be 3 cm each.
  5. What should be submitted, based on the specified procedure, to the Chairman of Humanis Journal of the Faculty of Arts is one exemplar of the hard-copy (print-out). The soft-copy in the form of file CDR/W with file MS. World and file pdf should also be prepared. The label of the CD should show the title of the journal and the writer’s name. It may also be directly sent to https://ojs.unud.ac.id/index.php/sastra. However, before it is submitted or sent, it should be checked whether it is free from plagiarism or not through the menu screening for Plagiarism. Before it is published, it is edited by the team of editors of the Humanis Journal of the Faculty of Arts.
  6. Systematics: The Title (the first letter of every word, except conjunction, in the title should be capitalized. The main title (on the first page) should be typed starting from the top edge of the page, centered using Times New Roman font 16. The first letter of every word in the subtitle should be capitalized, and the rest are typed using small letters. The name which should be firstly typed is the name of the writer, followed by the names of the first and second supervisors as the second and third writers (without their academic degrees), their respective email address, and one of the departments under the Faculty of Arts to which the writer belongs to. The abstract should be written in not more than 250 words and should be completed with 3 (three) keywords. The whole abstract should be in italics, and there is no paragraph in it. The word abstract should be used as the tittle, and should be typed using Times New Roman font 12, centered and in bold, and the first letter should be capitalized. The abstract should be typed using single space and font 11. Between the word abstract, as the title, and the main text space of two lines should be emptied.

The content of the main text should be made up of:

  • Background and Problems
  • Materials and Methods
  • Findings and Discussions
  • Conclusion
  • References
  1. Table and figure/picture: it is better to show the table and figure/picture either above or below text citation. The name and number of the table should be typed above it; however, the name and number of the figure/picture should be typed under it. The description of the table should be typed under the table. The description of the figure/picture should be typed within it.
  2. The naming system used in the references is used to cite any reference, for example, (Marhaeni, 2010:23), (Meeting & Skladani, 1993: 123-124) or Gunarta et al., 1989:11).
  3. References are written as follows:
  • Book: the writer’s name, the year when the book was published, its edition, the name and place of the publisher. For example: Obama, Barack., 2012. Environmental Global, Sixth Edition, Lewis Publisher, USA.

Another example: Wirateja, I.B., 2011. Bali Menuju Pulau Taman, Cetakan ke. II, Denpasar, Udayana University Press.

  • Article in either magazine or journal: the writer’s name and initial, the year when it was published, the names of magazine and journals, the page cited. For example, Ruwish, R.C., 1985, A Method for Determination of Dissolve and Precipitated Social Conflict, Journal of Social Sciences Methodes, 4, 33-36.
  • Report: for example, Pertumbuhan Penduduk di Kota Denpasar, 2010, Laporan Pertumbuhan Demografi Denpasar, Bappeda Kota Denpasar, Denpasar.
  • Thesis and Dissertation which are not published, for example, Ginabuana, S. 1976, Komodifikasi Kebudayaan Bali untuk Tujuan Pariwisata, Disertasi Doktor, Pasca Sarjana Kajian Budaya, Universitas Udayana, Bali.
  • Internet, for example: The Social Conflict Analysis Technique, Humaniora Bulletin No 4 ISG, Resources: http:/www/flash.com
  • Teori Konflik Social, dalam http://mews.detik.com/read/2012/08/28.