- The author sends the manuscript to the editor of Fenomena Journal online through the following link http://jurnal.untag-sby.ac.id/index.php/fenomena
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- must use the Fenomena: Jurnal Psikologi Indonesia template. Download https://bit.ly/templatejurnal-fenomena
- In addition to uploading the manuscript, the author must also upload a cover letter and a statement of the authenticity of the manuscript. The cover letter and statement of authenticity of the manuscript can be downloaded via the following link https://bit.ly/coverletter-fenomena, https://bit.ly/statemen_originality
- The manuscripts sent will be reviewed by the editor and only the manuscript that meets the focus and scope, as well as the journal style will be continued into the review process. Each manuscript will be reviewed by at least two people
- Manuscripts are scientific writings as a result of research in the fields of Social Psychology, Industrial & Organization Psychology that have never been published
- Manuscripts must be free of plagiarism. Only manuscripts that have less than 30% in common will be processed.
- Authors who enter images, tables, or portions of text that have been published from other places are required to obtain permission from the copyright owner.
- All contents of the manuscript and its legal consequences are the responsibility of the author.
- The editorial board has the right to make changes related to writing, without changing the substance of the manuscript
- Before sending the manuscript to Fenomena Journal, the writer must be absolutely sure that he wants to publish the manuscript in Fenomena. Withdrawal of the manuscript that is in the process of review will be subject to fines. More clearly read Retraction Policies
- Manuscripts are written in Indonesian. In general, terms should not be abbreviated unless they are used repeatedly and abbreviations help the reader. Use the full word first, followed by abbreviations in parentheses. After that, just use the abbreviation.
- Abstract written in Indonesian and English
- Script length 15-20 pages (includes bibliography)
- A4 paper size with line spacing 1.15 and font Arial 12
- The manuscript is written in 1 column format
- Quotes and references are written using the Mendeley application
Systematics Of Manuscripts Writing
Title: The title is a maximum of 12 words in Indonesian and is written in capital letters at the beginning of a sentence. The title must be concise and clear in describing the contents of the article. It can use creative titles to attract readers. The words influence, relationship, and case study should not be used in the title. The research location is presented in the method section, not in the title section [Center, Arial 12, Bold]
Author: Written full name without title [Center, Arial 10, Bold]
Correspondence address: written the name of the Faculty, Institution, and address [Center, Arial 10, Bold]
E-Mail: E-mail that is written is just one e-mail that is used for correspondence [Center, Arial 10, Bold]
Abstract: Abstracts of a maximum of 200 words, written in Indonesian and English using the font Arial 12, single-spaced. The abstract must be clear and provide a brief description of the research problem. The abstract contains 1) introduction; 2) research objectives; 3) research methods (research designs, subjects, instruments, and data analysis techniques); 4) research results and; 5) the abstract ends by giving a brief conclusion. Don't use quotes and abbreviations. Don't write abstract data analysis results [Justify, Arial 12, Single Spacing, Italic]
Keywords: A maximum of 5 keywords, written in alphabetical order, and separated by semicolons. [Justify, Arial 12, Single Spacing, Italic]
Introduction: In this section, the author describes the background of the problem, objectives, and benefits underlying the research, literature review, and or hypothesis (the length of the writing in the introduction should not exceed 20% of the entire text). In this section, a prior literature review is needed as a basis for researchers to explain: (1) the existence of research gaps; (2) researchers' arguments in meeting gaps, as a form of researchers' commitment to contribute to the development of science; (3) researchers' arguments about the novelty of research. [Justify, Arial 12, space 1.15]
Methods: It contains explanations about research variables, operational definitions of variables, research designs, research subjects, data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques. In this section the author is asked to explain as much detail as possible about the research procedure used, making it easier for other researchers to replicate or verify the research (the length of writing in the method section should not exceed 20% of the entire text). ). Avoid quoting direct quotes from books in the method section. [Justify, Arial 12, space 1.15]
Results: It contains descriptive statistical results, assumption tests, and hypothesis tests, which are then critically analyzed. Use tables/graphs/images that contain interpretations of the results of data analysis to make it easier for readers to understand the results of text research (the length of the writing in the results section should not exceed 20% of the entire text). It is best to place the table/graph/image at the end of the text, not inside. [Justify, Arial 12, space 1.15]
Discussion: Explain the results of the study. The results of the study were critically analyzed, and linked to previous research, and relevant literature (the length of the writing in the discussion section must not exceed 30-40% of the entire text). The discussion section must contain a substantial interpretation of the results of the analysis and comparison with previous research. This comparison must explain the differences in research findings with previous studies, so they can contribute to the development of science. The literature used in the discussion must not exceed the last ten years. [Justify, Arial 12, space 1.15]
Conclusion: Conclusions contain conclusions and suggestions. Conclusions are made concise, clear, and concise, and must answer the research objectives. The conclusion contains a synthesis of findings from data analysis and discussion and highlights new findings that contribute to the development of psychology as a science. Conclusions are written in paragraph (not numeric) form. [Justify, Arial 12, space 1.15]
Suggestions are written concisely, clearly, and concisely. Suggestions are written in paragraph (not numeric) form. [Justify, Arial 12, space 1.15]
References: Compiled by reference to APA Style 7th Edition (Visit https://apastyle.apa.org/) and only references cited in articles are included. References must contain references from major sources (scientific journals), published in the last 5 (five) years, and at least 80% of the total list of references. Each manuscript contains at least 25 (twenty-five) references. Reference writing must use the Mendeley reference management application. [Arial 12, space 1].