Author Guidelines

Bahasa Indonesia
    1. The article is conceptual writing or research results in the field of the ethics and spirituality studies that has never been published in other media both print and online.
    2. The article is written in Bahasa, English, or Arabic language, typed in rtf format, with A4 paper size, margins 4-3-3-3, times new roman 12 pt (except for the table 10 pt) for the main font and Uthman Thaha 16 pt for Arabic font, spacing 1,15, and length article between 20-25 pages.
    3. The title is written in a straighforward and informative with bold capital letters (capital, bold 14 pt) at the top-center of the page.
    4. The authors name is written without title, affiliation (10 pt), equipped with an email address and written at the bottom of the title.
    5. Abstract is written in Bahasa and foreign language (English or Arabic) if the article is in Bahasa, and it is written in Bahasa and foreign language (English ) with a maximum abstract length of 300 words, Times New Roman font 10 pt and includes 3-5 keywords.
    6. The research article includes the title, name, affiliation, email, abstract, keywords, introduction (background of study, problems of study, objectives of study, and contribution of study), discussion (described in the discussion section according to need), conclusion, and bibliography.
    7. The article uses a footnote system with the following conditions:
      • References are written full without using ibid, op.cit, and;
      • The source referred firstly was written completely using : Authors name, book tittle, (city of publisher: Publisher name, year of issue), Page (hlm.);
      • The next references in the same source are written with the authors last name, two or three words from the tittle of the book, and the page.
    8. Bibliography is arranged alphabetically A-Z with the same writing pattern as footnotes with removing page information and parentheses in publication data and prioritizing the authors last name (in this call al in the Arabic authors name is pretended blank);
    9. Zetero or Mendeley application is recommended to write footnotes and bibliography;
    10. The term Arabic is written using Times New Arabic font in the Library of Congress (LC) transliteration style;
    11. Completing guide and supporting files,  can be DOWNLOADED HERE.