Teknik Penulisan Artikel Ilmiah Dr Mohammad Nur Rianto
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Teknik Penulisan Artikel Ilmiah Dr. Mohammad Nur Rianto Al Arif
Nama : M. Nur Rianto Al Arif HP : 0818 -118746 Email: nur. [email protected]. ac. id Satker : FEB UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta Jabatan: Wakil Dekan Bidang Kemahasiswaan, Alumni & Kerjasama Fak. Ekonomi & Bisnis Pendidikan: § S 3 Ilmu Ekonomi, Universitas Indonesia § S 2 Ekonomi & Keuangan Syariah, Universitas Indonesia § S 1 Ekonomi Pembangunan, Universitas Diponegoro Jabatan Terkait Jurnal: u Former Editor in Chief Al-Iqtishad: J. Ilmu Ek, Syariah (J. of Islamic Economics) (terakreditasi S 2) u Editor in Chief Signifikan: J. Ilmu Ekonomi. (terakreditasi S 2) u Managing Editor Etikonomi: J. Ekonomi. (terakreditasi S 2) u Reviewer pada jurnal nasional terakreditasi u Advisory Editorial Board Int. J. of Islamic & Middle Eastern Finance & Management u Reviewer J. of Islamic Accounting & Business Research
Rejected Article Submission Preliminary Review Rejected Review I (Editorial Team) Revised Draft Publishing Process Final Draft Language Editing REVIEW PROCESS Revision (Author) Rejected Review II (Double Blind Reviewer)
Panduan Umum 1. Ikuti penulisan artikel sesuai dengan gaya selingkung (pedoman penulisan) pada masing-masing jurnal. 2. Ikuti aturan kaidah penulisan ilmiah 3. Minimalisir kesalahan penulisan, antara lain: salah ejaan penulisan, kalimat yang terputus, kalimat yang tidak masuk akal, penggunaan tanda baca yang tidak tepat, dan jika menggunakan bahasa Inggris perhatikan mengenai grammarnya. 4. Gunakan kalimat efektif dan to the point 5. Hindari kata kerja yang bersifat hiperbola atau berlebihan 6. Jangan banyak pengulangan
Informasi Dasar bagi Penulis 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Jujur dalam menulis dan mengutip (gunakan kutipan primer) Sabar ketika menunggu proses review dari mitra bebestari Tidak putus asa ketika artikel ditolak Siap menerima masukan dan kritik atas tulisan kita Segera lakukan proses perbaikan atas saran dari editor dan mitra bebestari 6. Sabar ketika menunggu proses terbit 7. Menghargai pengelola jurnal 8. Proses penerbitan/penerimaan artikel dilakukan secara profesional, dan bukan berdasarkan pesanan karena butuh untuk syarat lulus, kenaikan pangkat, dll
Type of Scientific Article • • IMRAD (Introduction – Method – Result & Discussion - Conclusion) Non-Imrad (Introduction – Discussion 1 – Discussion 2 – etc - Conclusion)
Components of a Paper Section Purpose Title Clearly describes contents Authors Ensures recognition for the writer(s) Abstract Describe what was done Key Words Ensures the article is correctly identified in abstracting and indexing services Introduction Explains the problem Methods Explains how the data were collected Results Describes what was discovered Discussion Discusses the implications of the findings Conclusion Explains that does the purpose of the study had been answered or not Acknowledgements (optional) Ensures those who helped in the research are recognised References Ensures previously published work is recognised
Title • Describes the paper’s content clearly and precisely including keywords • Maximum 12 – 15 words • Do not use abbreviations and jargon • Search engines/indexing databases depend on the accuracy of the title - since they use the keywords to identify relevant articles
Authors’ ID 1. Full name of the authors (if more than 1 authors, sort in accordance with the contribution). 2. Affiliation and address of the affiliation 3. Personal email 4. CV (as the supplementary file) 5. Avoid 1. Academic title 2. Job title
Abstract 1. Briefly summarize (often 150 – 200 words) –the problems, the purpose, the method, the result, and the conclusion. 2. From abstract, the reader can decide whether or not to read the whole article 3. Abstract contains: (i) Background of the study; (ii) Purpose of the study; (iii) General method; (iv) General result; (v) Practical implications 4. Many authors write the abstract last so that it accurately reflects the content of the paper 5. Read the keywords that contains the key concept of the manuscript.
Example • This paper explores the dominance of world Islamic stock markets of Japan, the UK, and the US over the Islamic stock market of Indonesia. Daily Islamic stock indices of the UK, the US, Japan and Indonesia over the period 2000 to 2016 are utilized in the study. Both bivariate and multivariate Granger causalities based on Vector Error Correction Model (VECM) framework are adopted to empirically identify the comovements among these Islamic stock markets. The study found that the Islamic stock markets of Indonesia, the UK, Japan, and the US are moving towards a greater level of integration. The Japanese Islamic stock market dominantly co-moved the Indonesian Islamic stocks, as compared to the UK and the US Islamic stock markets both in the bivariate and multivariate frameworks. This further implies that any developments in the Japanese financial market have to be given more consideration by the Indonesian authority in designing policy to stabilize and promote its Islamic stock market. • Keywords: Islamic stock market, co-movements, integration, diversification benefits, multivariate causality.
Introduction • Clearly state the: • Problem being investigated • Background that explains the problem • Reasons for conducting the research • Summarize relevant research to provide context • State how your work differs from published work Novelty & contributions of the research • Identify the questions you are answering • Explain what other findings, if any, you are challenging or extending
Method • Provide the reader enough details so they can understand replicate your research • Explain how you studied the problem, identify the procedures you followed, and order these chronologically where possible • Explain new methodology in detail; otherwise name the method and cite the previously published work • Include the frequency of observations, what types of data were recorded, etc. • Be precise in describing measurements and include errors of measurement or research design limits • Maximum 2 pages
Results and Discussion • Objectively present your findings, and explain what was found • Show that your new results are contributing to the body of scientific knowledge • Follow a logical sequence based on the tables and figures presenting the findings to answer the question or hypothesis • Figures should have a brief description (a legend), providing the reader sufficient information to know how the data were produced • Every table and figure must explain in the text. Never use Table above or Table below, always use number. (example: Table 1 or Figure 1)
Conclusion • Describe what your results mean in context of what was already known about the subject • Indicate how the results relate to expectations and to the literature previously cited • Explain how the research has moved the body of scientific knowledge forward • Do not extend your conclusions beyond what is directly supported by your results - avoid undue speculation • Outline the next steps for further study
Citations and References 1. Only write the references that you use. 2. The citations style its depends on the journal (bodynote, endnote, or, footnote) 3. The references style also depends on the journal (APA, Chicago, Harvard, etc) 4. Its recommended to use reference management such as: Mendeley or Zotero or End Note, etc. 5. Avoid listing related references that were not important to the study
How to choose the journal 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Does the subject of your article match the journal’s subject focus? Is the length and structure of your manuscript acceptable to the journal. Is the journal read by your target audience? Is the journal included in bibliographic and subject-specific database? Is the journal’s impact factor in line with your requirement? Is the journal regarded as a prestigious one in its field by colleagues and peers? 7. What is the turnaround time for articles submitted to the journal? 8. How many times a year is the journal published?
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