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Author Guidelines

The Socio-Cultural Study is a peer-reviewed publication . The editors receive original and unpublished original or original research and thought journals submitted in other publishing media. The process of submitting manuscripts for processing in other journals is simultaneously considered unethical. Based on the ethical principles, any text received by the editor must be accompanied by a statement that the previous manuscript has not been or is being considered in publication in another journal while it is being submitted to the Journal of Social-Cultural Space Studies.
The editors received the manuscript in Bahasa Indonesia and English. For Indonesian writing using Indonesian Enhanced Spelling (EYD). For the English text is advisable to check in advance to native speakers ( native ) before being submitted to the Journal of Socio-Cultural Space Studies.
Special Conditions:
The manuscript is not more than 8000 words (Space 1.5) including tables, end notes and references. The editor is entitled to return a script that exceeds the excess of words to the author. The manuscript is written in the format of Palatino Linotyipe 11 cpi, A4 size. In writing should be avoided such word abbreviations etc., etc., eg, etc., cf., and ie . To describe abbreviations that refer to a particular abbreviation should be written abbreviation first. For example Action and Network Theory and for next on the next article can be written with ANT. Writing uses the format word (.doc) and through the OJS system.
The title of the article is solid and able to describe the entire contents of the article. The word in the overall title ranges from 8 to 13 words.
The name of the author is written complete without a degree that is equipped with affiliate authors and accompanied by an electronic mail address.
Abstracts are written in two languages: Bahasa Indonesia and English. The abstract consists of 250-300 words written in a single paragraph and is accompanied by 3-5 key words . Abstract should contain at least the background of writing, objectives, research methods, results and discussion of research and conclusions.
The manuscript can use end notes . Endnotes are numbered in sequence, typed in 1 space with the format of Palatino Linotyipe 10 cpi. However, the editor suggests that final records be kept to a minimum.
The tables are listed intact in the manuscript (not included in a separate sheet). The table is titled and placed at the top, while the source is placed at the bottom of the table. The table is accompanied by numbers written in sequence and in bold style, eg Table 1, Table 2. and so on without a dot [Example: Table 1 Distribution of Beginner Voters in Indonesia 2009-2014 ). The table consists of the horizontal lines of category separator displayed as well as the upper and lower limits. Tables do not use vertical lines for right, middle and left borders.
The images are listed as the whole section of a script and are numbered sequentially, eg Figure 1, Figure 2, and so on with no dots [eg: Figure 1 Pandan War Ritual in Tenganan Bali ). Captions and source information are placed below the image. Image resolution is not more than 300kb and JPEG format to minimize the size of the manuscript file and at the same time does not reduce the sharpness of the image.
For technical writing generally refers to the American Sociological Association Style Guide, 4th Edition, 2010.

Terms of Reference in the Manuscript:
If the author's name is included in the text, follow the year of publication in parentheses . As an example:
As Brown (1999) points out in his studies ...
Brown points out that this does not fall into the category of case X (1999).
If the author's name is not in the text, put the author's last name and the year of publication in brackets . As an example:
... this is not included in the case category X (Brown 1999).
If the page number is inserted after the publication year, include after the colon and not separated by a space . As an example:
Brown (1999: 267) points out in his case study that ...
... this is not included in the case category X (Brown 1999: 267).
The following provisions are used if the author consists of several authors , for example:
Recent studies show the factors causing riots in the Shiite group in Sampang (Johnson & Smith 1995: 34).
This study is reinforced by similar research on conflict (Johnson, Smith & Marcus 1999).
If there are more than three authors, write the three author's last names at the beginning of the text references; after which the references simply mention the names of first authors and et al. , as an example:
This study is reinforced by similar research on conflict (Johnson et al., 1999).
If in the text there are several sources with the same statement, the author and the year of publication are written in sequence and separated by semicolons (;), adjusted in alphabetical order or year of publication and written in brackets . As an example:
Several studies show that religious conflict is based on economic sentiment (Benson 1993; Howard 1999; Brown & Goggans 2000)
Some examples of reference list writing, as follows:
Fowler, Bridget. 1997. Pierre Bourdieu and Cultural Theory. London: Sage.
Lunsford, Andrea and Lisa Ede. 1990. Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives on Collaborative Writing. Carbondale: Southern Illnois University Press.
Patten, Michael A., Guy McCaskie, and Phillip Unit. 2003. Birds of the Salton Sea: Status, Biography, and Ecology. Berkely: University of California Press.
Thompson, M. and J. Smith. 1999. “Gender and Wealth: Beyond the Patterns and the Paradox.” Pp. 156-87 in Wealth in Australia: Sociological Concepts and Issues, edited by J. Montague. Sydney: Prentice Hall.
Burke, M. 2002. “Global Boom and Bust Following the World Trade Centre Collapse.” Journal of Sociology 38(1): 135-51.
For additional information on how to use ASA Style citation , see the Americam Sociological Association Style Guide, 4 thEdition, pp. 43-45.


Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

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