When submitting an articles, the author must pay attentions to:
1) An articles must be in accordance with the focus and scope of journals.
2) An articles sent in Ms. Word format with the following conditions:
- A4 paper (21 cm X 21.7 cm) with pages margin; left (2 cm), top (2 cm), right (2 cm), and bottom (2 cm)
- The number of manuscript pages between 8 and 24 pages.
- This text consists of one column with the Cambria font.
- The conjunctions (and, in, or, with, and, about, that, against, so, for, then, for, for) and the foregoing (in, too, from, on, to, in, by) with lowercase letters.
3) An articles are written with the following systematics.
TYPE TITLE OF YOUR ARTICLES (Time New Roman 16)
Second Author2* (Time New Roman 11; 1.15 space)
1First author's affiliation (Department, Institution)
2Second author's affiliation (Department, Institution)
*Correspondence author: email address
Abstract (Time New Roman 12)
Abstract consists of subject matter, objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. Abstracts in a single paragraph, without reference, acronyms, software, and footnote. Abstracts are written not in mathematical form, questions, and conjectures. The abstract is not a result of copying and pasting sentences in the manuscript's content. The abstract content of English is a maximum of 250 words.
(Time New Roman11; 1.15 space)
Keywords: Keyword 1; Keyword 2; Keyword 3; Keyword 4; Keyword 5 (alphabetical)
INTRODUCTION (Time New Roman 12)
The introduction includes background to interest, issues, phenomena, and novelty. The purpose of the study showed at the end of the introduction.
The research method includes data sources, collection techniques, processing, and analysis. The technique reflects how to analyze research/ study data. From the analysis of this data, results, and study discussion. There is no need for subheadings such as research design, sample and data collection techniques, validity and reliability tests, but directly in paragraph form.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Results are not raw data but data that have been processed/ analyzed by a particular method.
The discussion results from the interpretation of data analysis to be associated with relevant scientific theories/ concepts.
The conclusion should answer the research question and not be expressed in statistical sentences, followed by implications and suggestions for further research.
Author Contribution: Describe each author's contribution.
Acknowledgments: Authors may acknowledge a person or organization that helped in many ways.
Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.
The references required 30 minimum, should be within the last ten years 80%. The list of expected referrals is 80% of primary sources derived from national and international research articles. The self-citation authors' frequency maximum is three articles. Writing a bibliography should use the 7th APA (American Psychological Association) style. Scriptwriting and citation referred to in this manuscript are suggested using reference applications such as Mendeley, Zotero, RefWorks, and Endnote.
Citation: Scientific journals: (Belanche et al., 2019), Books: (Hair et al., 2018)
Belanche, D., Cenjor, I., & Pérez-Rueda, A. (2019). Instagram Stories versus Facebook Wall: An advertising effectiveness analysis. Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC, 23(1), 69–94. https://doi.org/10.1108/SJME-09-2018-0042
Hair, J. F., Black, W. C., Babin, B. J., & Anderson, R. E. (2018). Multivariate Data Analysis (8th Edition). Cengage.