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The title is no more than 12 words in length and should be in 14 point normal Tahoma
All names are listed based on the following format:
Author1, Author2, Author3 (12 pt, Centered, Capitalize Each Word, Bold)
Affiliation1, Affiliation2, Affiliation3 (12 pt, Italic, Centered)
Email1, Email2, Email3 (10 pt, Centered)
Abstract is written 12 pt and 1 space. It should clearly state a brief statement about the problem of the topic, the objective(s), research methodology, a brief finding, results and conclusion. The abstract should be between 100-250 words in length.
Maximum 10 words or phrases, italic, separated by comma and capitalize each word.
The introduction explains why the research is important or necessary. It should provide an adequate background of the study, research contexts, literary review (previous studies and research gap). The introduction should also present the importance of the study and the contribute to the specific field. Hypothesis development (if any) is included in this section. This section ends with the state of the art (specifications of the research objectives and what distinguishes them) with other studies. References in the form of books and journal articles recent 5-10 years. Maximum 15% of the whole article. [body font: tahoma, 12, normal, 1.15 space].
The method section tells about how your conducted the study. The method must be presented in past tense. The method may cover design of the study, sources of data (population/sample), kinds and amount of data, instruments, data collection tehniques and data analysis.
The results should present the result of the study. Typically, the result contains only the findings, not any explanation of or commentary on the finding. It should be written clear and concise. Use graphs and tables if appropriate. Results are usually written in past tense.
In this section, summarize the main findings, comment on those findings and connect them to other research. It also discuss the limitations of the study, and use these limitations as reasons to suggest additional, future research. Tables and figures also may presented in this section.
A conclusion provides the description of the research answers. Give a simple explanation about the result of the study. The limitation and recommendation related to the study may also be mentioned.
The references should be presented in alphabetically and chronologically, using Mendeley application and be written in accordance with the APA (American Psychological Association) style. All the citations in the article should be included in the references list. Primary sources at least 80% (journal scientific journals, scientific magazines, scientific periodicals, or proceedings), while the sources are 20% books or relevant sources.