Author Guidelines

General Author Guidelines 

  1. Articles must be original and have never been published and passed the plagiarism check; Scientia prioritize articles written in English;

  2. Articles are typed on A4 paper with a space of 1.0 using the Cambria 11 font with writing lengths ranging from 15-20 pages (including bibliography), upper and left margins of 4 cm, bottom and right margins of 3 cm;

  3. Abstract lengths range from 150-250 words. For writings that speak Indonesian use abstracts in English, and vice versa; 

  4. Keywords are written between 3-5 words;

  5. Titles are written in capital letters, subtitles are written in capital letters at the beginning of each word only;

  6. The inclusion of serial number and table title and image above the table/image content;
  7. Posts are sent to the editor via the journal web or via email;

  8. Systematics Writing: Title, Abstract (including keywords), Introduction, Method of Research, Result, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgment, References, Attachments (if any);

  9. Writing references using the footnote format with the Mendeley application and the APA style;
  10. Writing references follows the format of Mendeley style APA.


Manuscript Preparation Guidelines

Structure of the manuscripts

  1. Title. The title should be short, bright, and informative, but does not exceed 17 words. It has to be pinpoint with the issues discussed. The article title does not contain any uncommon abbreviations. The main ideas should be written first and followed then by its explanations.

  2. Author’s names and institutions. The author's names should be accompanied by the author's institutions, institutions address, and email addresses, without any academic titles and job title.

  3. Abstracts are written in Indonesian and English. An abstract is made in one paragraph which consists of the background, objective, research methods, results, conclusions, and keywords (3-5 phrases).

  4. Introduction. The introduction generally consists of background, statements about the theme or research topic; Literature summaries, study quotations relevant to current research; Questions to be addressed in research, or research purposes. The introduction should clearly state the significance of the research to scientific development, the reason why the research should be done, and show up the “state of the art” of the research.

  5. Method of Research. The method consists of techniques and steps in the implementation of the research.

  6. Result. This section contains a brief description of the results of the study, its interpretation, and a retractable conclusion.

  7. Discussion. This section is a comparative or descriptive analysis of the study based on the study results, previous literature, etc. The results should be offered in a logical sequence, given the most important findings first and addressing the stated objectives. The author should deal only with new or important aspects of the results obtained. The relevance of the findings in the context of existing literature or contemporary practice should be addressed.

  8. Conclusion. The author should clearly explain the important conclusions of the research highlighting its significance and relevance.

  9. Acknowledgment. Acknowledgments are addressed to the parties who assist in research, especially funding your research. Include individuals who have helped you in your studies: advisors, financial advocates, or possibly other supporters are the correction, the picker, and the supplier who may have provided the material.

  10. References. References to the work should follow the APA style and carefully checked for accuracy and consistency. Please ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list and vice versa.