Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

General Instructions

  1. Articles are formatted according to the writing pattern of the scientific journal. Please use Zotero in Chicago Manual style (full note)
  2. The article is an original work (no plagiarism) and has never been published in a journal printed/online.
  3. During the review and editing process, or after the article is published, it may not be registered in another journal.
  4. Sent articles to editors via submission Open Journal Systems (OJS) on
  5. Articles typed in Cambria Font (12 pt) with 1.15 spacing in Microsoft Word format with a page size A4 (210 x 297 mm). The length of the article ranged from 6000-7000 words.
  6. The article is written in Bahasa or English using grammatical rules. In general, the English article is in the past tense.

Particular Instructions

  1. Article submitted can be the result of conceptual (literary) research and empirical research on Islamic Studies  in a broad context regarding religion, education, sharia, jurisprudence, philosophy and thought, economics, politics, and local wisdom.
  2. Article in the form of conceptual uses the following structure: introduction, content or discussion, conclusion, and bibliography. While the article in the form of empirical research using IMRAD structure: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion.
  3. Because of the "Blind Review" system, the author hoped not to include the name, the name and address of the institution and email address in the cover of the article. The author's name, the name of the institution, as well as the email address listed at the time of registration on the OJS author. To facilitate communication should include an active mobile number.
  4. Title: a) the title is the formulation of a brief discussion of content, compact, and clear. May use the title of creative and attract readers (maximum 12 words). b) the title is written in English and Indonesian. c) the title is typed in bold (14 pt), use capital letters for each beginning of a word, except for conjunctions and prepositions.
  5. Abstract: presented briefly and clearly, it must contain: Background, issues, objectives, methods/approaches, and findings. Abstract written in one paragraph within one space, with a maximum length of 90-140 words.
  6. Keywords: contain basic words in the study, can be drawn from the research variables, characteristics of the subjects, and the theory of the referenced (maximum four words or combinations of words).
  7. Introduction: contains the background of the problems, objectives and benefits of the research, and theoretical reviews.
  8. Content or Discussion: contains an explanation of the main points and research results in relations with the results of previous studies that are critically analyzed and linked to relevant current literature.
  9. Result: contains data, results of assumption test, and results of hypothetical tests that are presented sequentially or integrated and analyze critically.
  10. Conclusion: contains the formulation of the answers of the research objectives. It should be made in concise, clear, and compact sentences based on the results and discussions, in the form of paragraphs (not numerical).
  11. All citations and quotes are written in footnotes
  12. The words of foreign languages and regional languages that have not been standardized in the Big Indonesian Dictionary (KBBI) are written with italic printing;  Arabic texts are written with the Traditional Arabic font  size 14 pt, while Arabic words transliterate using Times New Roman by italic
  13. Journal only accepts submission of articles through online submissions (OJS).
  14. Bibliography: contains reference sources written alphabetically. The minimum number of references is 15 references, and 80% are scientific journals.
  15. Citations and bibliographical style must be set automatically using Reference Manager, i.e Zotero in Chicago Manual style (full note)

The Example of Compiling a Bibliography


Al-Attas, Syed Muhammad Naquib. A Commentary on the Hujjat Al-Shiddiq of Nûr Al-Dîn Al-Ranirî. Kuala Lumpu: Kuala Lumpu, 1986.

Jalaluddin Rakhmat. Jalan Rakhmat: Mengetuk Pintu Tuhan. Jakarta: Elex Media Komputindo, 2011.


Buku kumpulan artikel:

Andrew Wiese, “‘The House I Live In’: Race, Class, and African American Suburban Dreams in the Postwar United States,” dalam The New
Suburban History, ed. Kevin M. Kruse and Thomas J. Sugrue (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006), 101–2.


Artikel dalam buku kumpulan artikel:

Russel, T. An Alternative Conception: Representing Representation. Dalam P.J. Black & A. Lucas (Eds.), Children’s Informal Ideas in Science (hal. 6284). London: Routledge, 1998.



Artikel dalam jurnal atau majalah:

Steve Martin, “Sports‐Interview Shocker,” New Yorker, May 6, 2002, 84.


Disertasi, Laporan Penelitian:

Choi, Mihwa. “Contesting Imaginaires in Death Rituals during the Northern Song Dynasty.” PhD diss., University of Chicago, 2008.

Internet (karya individual):

Google. “Google Privacy Policy.” Terakhir dimodifikasi pada 11 Maret, 2009.


Internet (artikel dalam jurnal online):

Baidhawy, Zakiyuddin. “Lazismu and Remaking the Muhammadiyah’s New Way of Philanthropy.” Al-Jami’ah: Journal of Islamic Studies 53, no. 2 (December 10, 2015): 387.


For further format of article journal, please find at journal template of this journal hompage: