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Author Guidelines

    1. The font used is the new roman times, for content typed with 12 font sizes, single spacing on A4 size paper with a maximum of 13 pages (including images, graphics, and tables)
    2. Title written in capital letters font size 12, centered position. Title is no more than 12 words.
      Enter one tap, then display author profile with font size 11, typed bold, centered position. Example format as follows:

        
    By:

        
    Author Name without title

         
    Lecturer, Lecturer Extraordinary at his Home base / Independent Researcher

        
    Author's e-mail address

         

         
            
    Abstract is written with font size 11.
            
    Keywords consist of three to four words or a combination of words and the sort order of the most common.
            
    Systematic Journal of Performance:

        
    TITLE JOURNAL

        
    AUTHOR PROFILE

        
    ABSTRACT

        
    Abstract typed with Times New Roman 11pt type font with a single space spacing. For English manuscripts, Abstracts are written in Bahasa Indonesia For Indonesian texts, Abstracts are written in English. Abstract length consists of 150-200 words. Abstract includes problems, methods, findings, and conclusions.

        
    Keywords: keywords consist of 3-4 words or phrases only

         

        
    (FOR THE CONCEPTUAL CONTEXTUAL ARTICLES)
            
    I. INTRODUCTION

        
    1.1 Background

        
    1.2.Identifikasi Problem

        
    1.3.Problem Formulation
            
    II. THEORETICAL BASIS
            
    III. DISCUSSION
            
    IV. CONCLUSION

        
    BIBLIOGRAPHY

         

        
    (FOR RESEARCH ARTICLES)
            
    I. INTRODUCTION

        
    1.1 Background

        
    1.2.Identifikasi Problem

        
    1.3.Problem Formulation
            
    II. THEORETICAL BASIS
            
    III. RESEARCH METHODS
            
    IV. DISCUSSION
            
    V. CONCLUSION

        
    BIBLIOGRAPHY

         

         
            
    Citation or referrals use confined referral techniques

         

        
    (Last name, year: page), Example: (Atmaja, 2008: 21)

         
            
    Each time you type a paragraph, enter once so that the remaining space is empty before proceeding to the next paragraph. Example:

         

        
    There seems to be almost no empirical evidence to suggest that there is a country that has never had debts with other countries. This is because each country has different development plans, but has limited fiscal capacity. To finance development, the government has what is known as government spending. If the difference between government spending and tax revenues is a deficit, then the alternative is to utilize funding originating from abroad.

         

        
    In general, foreign financing comes from the following sources: (1) bilateral (government of other country) in the form of grants, soft loans and mixed loans; (2) multilateral / international institutions in the form of grants and loans, and; (3) banks or international financial institutions in the form of export credit facilities and commercial loans. The amount of foreign debt (ULN) can be due to uneven tax revenues and government spending, low tax revenues, while government expenditures due to imports of goods require high capital.

         
            
    The bibliography is structured in the following manner and sorted alphabetically and chronologically. Placement Bibliography, minimum seven tap enter from Conclusion.

         

        
    Book:

        
    Anderson, D.W., Vault, V.D. & Dickson, C.E. 1999. Problems and Prospects for the Decades Ahead: Competency Based Teacher Education. Berkeley: McCutchan Publishing Co.

        
    Books collection of articles:

        
    Saukah, A. & Waseso, M.G. (Eds.). 2002. Writing Articles for Scientific Journals (4th edition, 1st print). Malang: UM Press.

        
    Newspaper / news (without an author's name):

        
    Jawa Pos. April 22, 1995. Independent Woman, p. 3.

        
    Articles in the book of articles:

        
    Russell, T. 1999. An Alternative Conception: Representing Representation. In P.J. Black & A. Lukas (Eds.), Children's Informal Ideas in Science (pp. 62-84). London: Routledge.

        
    Articles in journals or magazines:

        
    Kansil, C.L. 2002. New Orientation of Professional Educational Program Providers to Meet Industrial World Needs. Transport, XX (4): 57-61.

        
    Articles in the Newspaper:

        
    Pitunov, B. December 13, 2002. Featured School or School of Excellence? Majapahit Pos, p. 4 & 11.

        
    Official document:

        
    Language Development and Development Center. 1978. Guidelines for Writing Research Reports. Jakarta: Depdikbud. Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2 concerning the National Education System. 1990. Jakarta: PT Armas Duta Jaya.

        
    Translation book:

        
    Ary, D., Jacobs, L.C. & Razavieh, A. 1976. Introduction to Educational Research. Translation by Arief Furchan. 1982. Surabaya: National Business.

        
    Thesis, Thesis, Dissertation, Research Report:

        Seminar paper, workshop, upgrading:
    Waseso, M.G. 2001. Contents and Format of Scientific Journals. Paper presented in Seminar Workshop on Article Writing and Management of Scientific Journal, Lambungmangkurat University, Banjarmasin, 9-11 August.
    Internet (individual works):
    Hitchcock, S., Carr, L. & Hall, W. 1996. A Survey of STM Online Journals, 1990-1995: The Calm before the Strom, (Online), (http://journal.ecs.soton.ac. Uk / survey / survey.html, accessed 12 June 1996).
    Internet (articles in online journals):
    Kumaidi. 1998. Measurement of Early Learning Beginning and Development of the Test. Journal of Education Sciences, (Online), Volume 5, No. 4, (http://www.malang.ac.id, accessed January 20, 2000).
    Internet (discussion material):
    Wilson, D. November 20, 1995. Summary of Citing Internet Sites. NETTRAIN Discussion List, (Online), (NETTRAIN@ubvm.cc.buffalo.edu, accessed November 22, 1995).
    Internet (personal e-mail):
    Dewi, F.K.S. (Findra@staff.uajy.ac.id). February 14, 2010. Article for JBI. E-mail to JBI Editor (jbi@uajy.ac.id).

 

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