Template Journal Pekemas
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Writing Scientific Articles Research Results
1). Title (in language), a maximum of 15 words; using Cambria font size 16, space 1.15.
2). Author's name, without academic title or peerage; individual or team authors are listed.
3). Institutional name, written in full or in the form of abbreviations; coupled with cities, provinces and countries.
4). Email, the author is expected to include an active email.
5). Abstract, contains the background of the research problem, the purpose of the study, the method used, and the results of the study; and the maximum number of words is 250 words, Calibri 10, space 1.
6). Keywords, containing words / terms that reflect the essence of concepts in the abstract. The keywords listed are 3-5 words, Calibri 10, space 1, and use commas as separators.
7). Title (in English), a maximum of 15 words; using Calibri 10, space 1.
8). Abstract, contains the background of the research problem, research objectives, the methods used, and the results of the study; and the maximum number of words is 150 words, Calibri 10, space 1, and italicized.
9). Keyword, containing words / terms that reflect the essence of the concept in the abstract. The keywords listed are 3-5 words, Calibri 10, space 1, italicized, and use commas as a separator.
10). Introduction, contains the background of the problem, the formulation of the problem, the objectives and benefits of research, literature review relating to the problem under study, and the research hypothesis.
11). Method, containing the selection of research methods used in processing research data, both quantitative / qualitative or both.
12). Results and Discussion, contains a description of the results of data analysis and the implications generated from the study. The discussion is at the core of scientific articles, the results of the research are linked back to relevant research.
13). Closing, containing conclusions and suggestions.
14). Acknowledgments, containing awards to those involved in the research; written briefly and clearly, no need to beat around the bush.
15). Bibliography, a reference source of references used in writing articles only.
16). Author's curriculum vitae, containing the author's name complete with his title, author's photo, place and date of birth, employment status, and study history taken by the author.
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