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Author Guidelines

ARTICLE WRITING GUIDELINES

(1)   Script Preparation and Style Guide

1.1.        General requirement

The author who will submit the manuscript to the journal editor must pay attention to the general requirements below.

  1. The manuscript written must be related to the field of agricultural socio-economic science.
  2. Manuscripts are original articles (have never been published in other places) that are sourced from the results of studies or research.
  3. Manuscripts are written in Indonesian or English.
  4. Manuscripts accompanied by abstracts in Indonesian and English (bilingual).
  5. Manuscript accompanied by keywords in English.
  6. Delivery of the manuscript accompanied by the author's biodata, such as full name, address of the agency (affiliate), and e-mail address (e-mail).
  7. Manuscripts are sent through online submissions on the web http://jurnal.unigal.ac.id/index.php/mimbaragribisnis
  8. The manuscript entered will be selected by the editorial board. If deemed necessary, the text will be edited in consultation with the author.

 1.2.       Format and Systematics

  1. 1.      The manuscript is sent to the journal editor in the form of softcopy (MSWord), with the following format:
  2. A4 paper size (21 cm X 29,7 cm) with margin: left 3 cm, top 3 cm, right 2,5 cm, bottom 3 cm.
  3. Thick text at least 10 pages and a maximum of 25 pages.
  4. Script writing is spaced 1.5 spacing, two column format, except title, author name, affiliation, e-mail, abstrak/abstract, bibliography, table title/table contents, picture title/diagram/graph/chart/sketch written 1 space;
  5. Writing the title of the manuscript and the title of the subject is written in upper case and bold, while writing the subtitle is written in uppercase letters in the first letter of each word, except for conjunctions (and, in, or, with, and, about, which, with, against, so, because, then), the preposition (in, to, from, on, to, in, by, to, for, for), and bold.
  6. 2.      The manuscript is written in the systematic writing as follows:
  7.  TITLE (Indonesian, Times New Roman 12, capital and bold print). The title must be specific, clear, concise, informative, describing the substance or content of the writing, and can be tempting to read. The title does not need to be preceded by the word research/analysis/study, unless the word is the subject. There may be a main title followed by a subtitle.
  8. TITLE (English, Times New Roman 12, capital and italics). The title must be specific, clear, concise, informative, describing the substance or content of the writing, and can be tempting to read. The title does not need to be preceded by the word research/analysis/study, unless the word is the subject. There may be a main title followed by a subtitle.
  9. Author. All authors are written in the following format:

(1)           Author Name (Times New Roman 12, bold). Written full name without title, and may not be abbreviated.

(2)            Author Affiliation (Times New Roman 12). Affiliates are institutions / institutions where the author works / works / studies. This affiliation is closely related to the competencies, responsibilities, and juridical consequences carried out by the institution of origin of the author.

(3)           Author's Affiliate Address.

(4)           Corresponding e-mail (Times New Roman 12).

(5)           ABSTRAK and ABSTRACT (Times New Roman 11, bold). Fill abstract or abstract (Times New Roman 11, single space). Place abstracts of English first for manuscripts written in Indonesian, then followed by abstracts in Indonesian, and vice versa. Abstract contains background/main issues, research objectives, methods/approaches and results of research/literature review. Abstract is written not more than 500 words.

(6)           Keywords (Times New Roman 11, single space). Written in Indonesian and English. Maximum 5 keywords separated by commas. [12 single-spaced Times New Roman font].

(7)           INTRODUCTION (Times New Roman 12, bold). The preliminary contents cover the background of the issue or problem and the urgency and rationalization of the activity (empirical research or literature review). The objectives of the activities and problem solving plan are presented in this section. Relevant literature reviews and development of hypotheses (if any) are included in this section. [Times New Roman, 12, one half space].

(8)           RESEARCH METHODS (Times New Roman 12, bold). The research method describes the design of activities, scope or object, the main materials and tools, places, data collection techniques, operational definitions of research variables, and analytical techniques. [Times New Roman, 12, one half space].

(9)           RESULTS AND DISCUSSION (Times New Roman 12, bold). This section presents the results of the study. Research results can be supplemented with tables, graphs (pictures), and / or charts. The discussion section describes the results of data processing, interpreting the findings logically, linking them with relevant reference sources. [Times New Roman, 12, one half space].

(10)       CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS (Times New Roman 12, bold). The conclusion contains a brief summary of the results of the research and discussion, while the suggestions relate to the research conclusions [Times New Roman, 12, one half space].
9) ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (optional) (Times New Roman 12, bold). Fill in the thanks with the Times New Roman font. 12 Thank you should be written in one paragraph.
10) REFERENCES (Times New Roman 12, bold). The contents of the bibliography are written in Times New Roman 12. Bibliography is a reference source / reference that is used as a material for script writing. Writing a bibliography using the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) rules. Writing and compilation of bibliography using Mendeley's reference manager application. The amount of resource to be used as references manuscript of at least 10 titles of scientific literature (80% of the primary literature, such as scientific journals, scientific papers/proceedings, research reports, thesis/dissertation; and 20% of secondary literature, such as books and blogs/web science Internet). References used for at least the last 10 years.

 

Writing Tables and Images

(1)   Table Title (Times New Roman 10). Table contents are written in Times New Roman 10. The title of the table is written above the table with capital letters on each word, except for conjunctions and prepositions, and written in the center. Tables are written continuously, for example Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, etc. The table must be followed by a table source, if quoted from other sources.

Example 1: Table Presentation

Table 1. Age of Respondents (Times New Roman 10)

No

Age (year)

Qty (people)

Percentage (%)

1

15-64

89

89,00

2

> 64

11

11,00

Total

100

100,00

 

(2)   Image Title (including diagrams, graphs, charts, sketches, prototypes, databases) (Times New Roman 10). The title is written under the object with uppercase letters in the first letter of the first word, while the next word is written in all lowercase letters, and written in the center. Objects are written continuously, for example Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3, etc. Objects must be followed by source objects, if quoted from other sources.

Example 2: Presentation of Images

 

Figure 1. Distribution of Technical Efficiency

(Times New Roman 10)

 

If the text of the text contains a lot of images and the object becomes primary writing data, the author must send the original image file in JPEG or PNG format.

 

Reference Writing

Quotations are ideas or thoughts of other writers (or the authors themselves in other works) which are used as reference sources to be quoted without changing their meaning. Writing quotes uses a system of notes for the stomach / in-text reference (not referring to cage), not using footnotes or endnotes. A stomach record is a reference by writing the author's name and year of writing along with the page referred to. Writing quotation information is placed in parentheses. Quotation writing format Journal manuscript can be written at the beginning or end of the quote. Writing a journal script quote using Mendeley's reference manager application.


Example 3: Writing Format for Quoting Journal Manuscripts

  1. 1.      The author's name at the beginning of the sentence

_____
Hartinah (2012), said that to facilitate and optimize the accreditation services of scientific journals, the Indonesian Institute of Sciences applies an information technology system that allows access to information online.

______
According to Nashihuddin et al (2015), scientific periodical publications are publications that are published periodically within a certain period of time compiled based on scientific writing rules.

______
Lenkeit et al. (2015), recent decades have been seen as a rise of international large-scale assessments, which have become an influential instrument for informing educational policies. Likewise, they play an increasing role in academic research. The vast information provided by the surveys relates to research topics relevant in various disciplines. We review the impact of the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) on academic research and its representation in English language peer reviewed journals.

 

  1. 2.      Author's name at the end of the sentence

_____
To facilitate and optimize the accreditation services of scientific journals, the Indonesian Institute of Sciences applies an information technology system that allows access to information online (Hartinah, 2012).

______
Scientific periodical publications are publications that are published periodically within a certain period of time compiled based on the rules of scientific writing (Nashihuddin, Fathoni, and Aulianto, 2015).

______
Recent decades have been seen as a rise of international large-scale assessments, which have become an influential instrument for informing educational policies. Likewise, they play an increasing role in academic research. The vast information provided by the surveys relates to research topics relevant in various disciplines. We review the impact of the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) on academic research and its representation in English language peer reviewed journals (Lenkeit et al., 2015).

 

Numbering (Markers)

Numbering or marking parts of the manuscript is done based on the principle of legibility which makes it easy for the reader to follow the rules and understand the contents of the reading. Writing numbering in the Journal manuscript section is only recommended until the third level in the subtitle in a title / chapter discussion, with the following provisions.

1)      First level, for discussion title with Arabic numeric markers 1.

2)      Second level, for subtitles discussion with Arabic numeric markers 1.1.

3)      Third level, for sub-subtitles discussion with Arabic numerals 1.1.1.

On the other hand, writing the details of the contents of the Journal manuscript is written based on the following provisions.

1)      Details are written sideways if there are no more than five elements and not more than 120 characters.

2)      Details are written down if more than five elements are arranged in sequence although the length of each element has not reached two lines.

3)      Details written in order to the side must use a comma (,) or semicolon (;) among the elements specified. A comma (,) is used to separate the details of a single element, while a semicolon (;) is used to separate details consisting of several elements that use a sign (,) or phrase (group of words).

The details arranged downward must use numbers with the following conditions.

1)      First details using Arabic numerals 1);

2)      The second detail uses the letter a);

3)      If there are still details, use another bullets sign.

 

Writing Bibliography or Reference

Bibliography is all sources of reading material or literature that are used as citation script writing. Writing and compilation of journal manuscripts using the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) rules, which are managed by Mendeley's reference manager application.

 

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.
 

Copyright Notice

(1)   Every text submitted by the author to the editorial board must be subject to the applicable policies and provisions.

(2)   The publication rights of all published/published journal manuscript material are held by the editorial board on the basis of mutual agreement with the author.

(3)   Manuscripts that are published/published electronically can be accessed for free full text for educational and research purposes. Beyond this objective, every person who accesses will be subject to sanctions in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright Law.

 

Privacy Statement

Semua artikel Jurnal Mimbar Agribisnis: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, baik dalam versi cetak maupun elektronik, dijamin keasliannya dengan menjunjung tinggi hak eksklusif penulis. Jika ada duplikasi penerbitan, maka artikel akan dicabut/dihapus oleh dewan editor.


 

Author Fees

This journal charges the following author fees.

Publication Fee: 500000.00 (IDR)

Articles published starting in the July 2019 edition will be charged IDR 500,000 which can be transferred to the account:

Bank account : Bank BNI KCP Ciamis
Beneficiary     : Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Galuh
Account No.    : 0536696279

 

Please e-mail scanned wire transfer slip to:

mimbaragribisnis@unigal.ac.id, mimbaragribisnis@gmail.com