Author Guidelines

The following guidelines for prospective authors apply:

  1. Manuscripts are the results of research, analysis of court decisions, theoretical studies, literature studies, or critical conceptual ideas around current legal issues that are objective, systematic, analytical, and descriptive.
  2. Manuscripts must be original works and have never been published in other journals or other media.
  3. Manuscripts sent are not in the process of editing, reviewing, or publishing in other journals.
  4. Manuscripts can be written in Indonesian or English.
  5. Article writing using standard language that is approved, straightforward, simple, easy to understand, and does not contain multiple meanings.
  6. Systematics of writing includes: (a) Title of the manuscript, (b) Identity of the author (Author's name without a title, Name of Agency, and email address of the author), (c) Abstract accompanied by keywords (Indonesian and English), Introduction, Discussion (sub-chapters follow the studies discussed in the article), Conclusions, Suggestions and Recommendations, Bibliography.
  7. Writing format as follows:
    1. The manuscript is sent in the form of a document file with the entire script length, including footnotes and bibliography, ranging from 4,000 to 6,500 words (18-25 pages).
    2. Unless otherwise indicated earlier, abbreviations should be avoided. Titles of journals should be written out in full.
    3. Abstract of 150-200 words are written in one paragraph and 1 (one) space in Indonesian and English.
    4. Keywords in Indonesian and English are written below the abstract amount of 3-5 words.
    5. The manuscript is typed on A4 size paper with Cambria font size of 12 pt font size and 1.5 spaces.
    6. Writing citations must include the source in the form of a footnote. Writing quotes using a reference management application such as Mendeley, Zotero, etc. is preferred.
    7. Reference should be from the most recent edition. Writing bibliography arranged alphabetically by category; Books, Journals, Legislation, the Internet.
  8. The author must guarantee the validity of the writing and does not violate the scientific code of ethics and does not violate copyrights.
  9. The contents of the writing are not the responsibility of the editor. The editor has the right to edit the editorial without changing the substance.
  10. Authors should be willing to respond to questions from readers of their articles.
  11. All article manuscripts will be peer-reviewed by qualified academics in the field; this is a process that may take weeks or months.

 

TITLE

The title of the manuscripts should be brief and clear, no more that 14 words for Bahasa Indonesia or 10 words for English all caps, Cambria, capital 12pt, bold, centered. Author(s) name should exclude an academic degree or an indication of position and rank, Cambria, bold, 12 pt, single space. Author(s) affiliation and email are written with Cambria, regular, 12 pt, single space.

ABSTRACT

Abstracts are written with a maximum of 150-300 words in English and Bahasa Indonesia. Abstracts must be clear and descriptive which provide a brief description of the problem under study. Abstract includes the reasons for choosing a topic or the importance of the topic of the research, research methods and summary of results. Abstracts must end with comments about the importance of the results or concise conclusions. Font type used Cambria, italic, 12 pt, single space.

KEYWORDS

Keywords are the labels of your manuscript and critical to correct indexing and searching. Therefore the keywords should represent the concept that highlight your article. The keywords should be 3 to 5 keywords. Use only those abbreviations that are firmly established in the field. e.g. DNA. Each words/phrase in keyword. 12 pt, Cambria, italic

INTRODUCTION

The introduction outlines the background of the problem being resolved, the issues related to the problem being solved, the research reviews that have been done before by other researchers who are relevant to the research conducted. It is best to avoid organizing writing into "sub-title children" in this section.
The template for this article format was created in MS Word, and then saved in rtf format. This template allows article writers to prepare articles according to rules relatively quickly and accurately. 12pt Cambria, regular, space 1.5, spacing before 0 pt, after 0 pt.

METHOD

Basically this section explains how the research was conducted, which includes (1) the problem to be examined; (2) research objectives); (3) data collection techniques; (4) and data analysis techniques. Pt 12pt Cambria, regular, space 1.5, spacing before 0 pt, after 0 pt.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

The discussion in the article aims to: (1) answer the problem formulation and research questions; (2) shows how the findings were obtained; (3) interpret findings; (4) linking research findings to established knowledge structures; and (5) bringing up new theories or modification of existing theories.
In answering the formulation of the problem and research questions, the results of the study must be concluded explicitly. Interpretation of findings is carried out using logic and existing theories. Findings in the form of reality in the field are integrated / linked with the results of previous studies or with existing theories. For this purpose there must be a reference. In bringing up new theories, old theories can be confirmed or rejected, some may need to modify theories from old theories. 12pt Cambria, regular.

CONCLUSION

The conclusions of the manuscripts contain constructive conclusion and suggestions for the development of the study. Conclusions present a summary of the description of the results and discussion, referring to the research objectives. Based on these two points, new ideas are developed which are the essence of research findings. 12pt, Cambria, regular.

REFERENCES

This section lists books, articles or other references that the article made, which is also written in the footnotes list of articles. The type of reference recommended in the Syariah Journal refers to the Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition. For consistency of references, please use the Zotero Reference Manager Applications or Mendeley. 12pt, Cambria, regular.

Examples of footnote style:
1 Harry J. Benda, Continuity and Change in Southeast Asia: Selected Journal Articles of Harry J. Benda (New 
2 Harry J. Benda, The Crescent and the Rising Sun: Indonesian Islam under the Japanese Occupation 1942-1945 (The Hague: Van Hoeve, 1983), 174.
3 Kees van Dijk, “Colonial Fear: the Netherlands Indies and Malay Pennisula 1890-1918, Pan Islamism and the Germano-Indian Plot”, in Transcending Borders: Arabs, Politics, Trade, and Islam in Southeast Asia, edited by H. de Jonge and N. Kaptein (Leiden: KITLV Press, 2002), 245.
4 Kees van Dijk, “From Head to Toe: Dress, Script, Cultur, and Identity”, presented at the International Workshop on Southeast Asian Studies, Script as Identity Marker in Southeast Asia Jakarta, 2004, 54.
5 Harry J. Benda, Continuity and Change in Southeast Asia, 43.
6 N.J.G. Kaptein, “The Sayyid and the Queen: Sayyid Uthman on Queen Wilhelmina’s Inauguration on the Throne of the Netherland in 1898”, Journal of Islamic Studies, Volume 9, Number 2, 1988 (DOI: 10.1093/jis/9.2.158), 234-245.
7 Mikihiro Moriyama, “A New Spirit: Sundanese Publishing and the Changing Configuration of Writing in Nineteenth Century West Java”, Ph.D. Thesis, Leiden University, 2003, 67

Examples of References:

Benda, Harry J. Continuity and Change in Southeast Asia: Selected Journal Articles of Harry J. Benda. New Haven: Yale University, 1973.
___. The Crescent and the Rising Sun: Indonesian Islam under the Japanese Occupation 1942-1945. The Hague: Van Hoeve, 1983.
Dijk, Kees van. “Colonial Fear: the Netherlands Indies and Malay Pennisula 1890-1918, Pan Islamism and the Germano-Indian Plot”, in Transcending Borders: Arabs, Politics, Trade, and Islam in Southeast Asia, edited by H. de Jonge and N. Kaptein. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2002.
___. “From Head to Toe: Dress, Script, Cultur, and Identity”, presented at the International Workshop on Southeast Asian Studies, Script as Identity Marker in Southeast Asia Jakarta, 2004.
Kaptein, N.J.G. “The Sayyid and the Queen: Sayyid Uthman on Queen Wilhelmina’s Inauguration on the Throne of the Netherland in 1898”, Journal of Islamic Studies, Volume 9, Number 2, 1988 (DOI: 10.1093/jis/9.2.158).
Moriyama, Mikihiro. “A New Spirit: Sundanese Publishing and the Changing Configuration of Writing in Nineteenth Century West Java”, Ph.D. Thesis, Leiden University, 2003.