Author Guidelines

  1. Introduction

All texts (except abstract) use 11 pt Times New Roman font with single space. The introduction contains the background, problem formulation, objectives, research objects, urgency, research renewability, and is equipped with a clear reference of the source. Abbreviations must be written in full the first time they are mentioned, after which a short word can be written. Introduction presenting the state of the art in the field under study. Images can be made in JPG / PNG format and tables may not be in JPG/PNG form with one space and then inserted in this field with relevant primary references and prioritizing research results in the most recent scientific journals and/or patents. Each formula presented is numbered. It is recommended to use references from the last 5-10 years from credible, valid, and trusted sources. Writing tables, figures and equations as follows:

Table 1. Data dimensions of leg height in xxx position

No

Size (font size min 9pt)

Total

Percentage

1

81-85

3

30%

2

86-90

4

40%

Source: Data processing

Figure 1. Total voters

Source: Data Processing Results

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  1. Methodology

Section describes the steps followed in the execution of the study and also provides a brief justification for the research methods used. The stages of problem solving must be clear at each stage, it is recommended to use a framework of thinking. It should contain enough detail to enable the reader to evaluate the appropriateness of your methods and the reliability and validity of your findings. Furthermore, the information should enable experienced researchers to replicate your study (American Psychological Association). The methodology section typically has the following sub-sections:

  • Sampling (description of the target population, research context, and units of analysis; sampling; and respondent profile, operational variable)
  • Data collection Technique (Alternatively: Measurement)
  1. Results and Discussion

For In this section, pleas explained with clear and detail the results of research and at the same time is given the comprehensive discussion. Results can be presented in figures, graphs, tables and others that make the reader understand easily. The discussion can be made in several sub-chapters.

  1. Conclusion

The author presents brief conclusions from the results of the research with suggestions for general readers and advanced researchers. A conclusion may review the main points of the paper. Conclusions must answer the research objectives, not recommended in the form of numbering.

Acknowledgments

Optional (xxx…)

References

Each manuscript of the reference list should contain all the data necessary to check for obscurity. The reference list should come from sources of international reputation such as Scopus, WOS, or accredited journals Science and Technology Index by the Ministry of Research and Technology / National Agency for Research and Innovation of the Republic of Indonesia. References are recommended for the last 10 years with DOI, with a proportion of 80% from the Journal. The format used refers to the APA model developed by the American Psychological Association (Signh et al., 2022). Creating a reference list must use one of the tools, for example: Mendeley, Zotero, or EndNote.