Author Guidelines

AUTHOR GUIDELINES

Before submitting your article to the Sigunakannge journal, make sure the writing complies with the following rules:

TITLE

Title type with times new roman font size 14 pt bold

Author Name Font Size 10 Bold
Author Affiliation Size 10 Italic
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Second Author
Author Affiliation Size 10 Italic
emailpenulis@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
Abstract title is typed in Times New Roman font size 11 pt bold. The contents of the Indonesian abstract are typed in Times New Roman font size 11 pt spacing 1.0, the abstract is typed at least 150-200 words. The abstract contains the research objectives, research methods, results and conclusions.
Keywords:
Minimum 3-5 keywords in English

ABSTRACT
Abstract title is typed in Times New Roman font size 11 pt bold. The contents of the Indonesian abstract are typed in Times New Roman font size 11 pt spacing 1.0, the abstract is typed at least 150-200 words. The abstract contains the research objectives, research methods, results and conclusions.
Keywords:
Minimum 3-5 keywords in Indonesian

INTRODUCTION (Subhead is written in bold left aligned, Times New Roman font size 12, space 1.0. space after paragraph 6 pt)
Manuscripts in this journal are written in Times New Roman 12 pt font, 1.0 spacing with A4 page size and normal margins. Manuscript length ranges from 7-15 pages (including references). The introductory section contains a description of the background, research problems, and research objectives.
The background describes the phenomena that occur in the field which are equipped with supporting data. The phenomenon in question can be a problem or a potential. Research data cited must use bodynotes assisted by Mendeley in the American Psychological Association writing style, for example (Mulyanti, 2017).
The formulation of the problem, the purpose of the research, and the use of the research are written narratively in the form of paragraphs and do not need to be given a special subtitle. Likewise operational definitions and problem boundaries, if deemed necessary, are also written in narrative form. The formulation of the problem is a description of the things to be answered in the research and remains based on the background of the problem.


LITERATURE REVIEW
Contains references, both in the form of relevant literature and research. The references listed are research supporters. Citation of references uses indirect quotations and the source is written in the American Psychological Association (APA) Style format. References referred to should be taken from journals with a maximum publication time of the last 10 years.

RESEARCH METHODS
Contains research types and designs, research variables, research population and samples, data collection methods, and data analysis methods (can be adapted to the research approach used either quantitative, qualitative, mix method, or R&D).

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
The writing of the results and discussion section must be in accordance with the research approach. If using a quantitative research approach, it will consist of descriptive statistics, assumption test results, and hypothesis test results. If using a qualitative approach, it will be in the form of themes from the results of the qualitative analysis carried out.

CONCLUSION
The conclusion is the answer to the research objectives. This is not a summary of the research results. Conclusions must be clear and concise based on the results and discussion. This section can be in the form of a summary of the results obtained from the research, strengths and weaknesses, and the possibility of further development. Conclusions can be in the form of paragraphs or bullet points. In addition to containing conclusions, suggestions for further research can also be written in this section.

REFERENCE
Writing references using Mendeley or Zotero applications with the American Psychological Association (APA) Style format.

After making sure the writing is in accordance with the guidelines, please save your file with the file format "First Author Name_Title of Article" then submit it to the Sipakainge journal. Before submitting, make sure you have an Open Journal System (OJS) account. For those of you who don't have an OJS account, please register first.