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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.
  • The manuscript is the author's work, free from duplication, fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism.

  • The manuscript has followed the guidelines and templates for writing articles in the Fajar Historia Journal.

  • References used are at least 80% of journal articles, conference proceedings, and research results.

  • Citation and bibliography using the Mendeley Reference Management application.

  • The author will not send this article to another journal unless the article has been declared 'rejected' in Fajar Historia Journal.

  • The author is willing to do correspondence properly, responsively, and ethically.

Author Guidelines


We recommend reading and complying with the following writing guidelines for writers who wish to publish their manuscripts in the Fajar Historia.

  1. Fajar Historia: Jurnal Ilmu Sejarah dan Pendidikan is an academic journal published 2 (two) times a year in June and December. Contains writings that are lifted from the results of research and critical analysis. Fajar Historia journal is a journal in the field of history and education of history. The publication of Fajar Historia Journal aims to facilitate interaction, discussion, advocacy, and updating of ideas from history scientists and education of history from various regions in Indonesia and the world.
  2. The manuscript is a summary of the results of the research and critical analysis. The manuscript has been written in MS format. WORD according to the template guide that has been provided. Manuscripts are sent according to the template by logging in first on the Fajar Historia Journal page Each manuscript sent must attach a plagiarism check result file with a maximum of 20% using Turnitin or iThanticate. The plagiarism check results are uploaded in the "supplement files" section when submitting the manuscript.
  3. The manuscript is written in Indonesian with Time New Roman font 12. The minimum length of the manuscript is 12-15 pages outside the bibliography and typed one space. Page setting is 1 column with the paper size is A4 with margins width (margin) is 3.5 cm for the upper, lower and left borders, while the right is 2.5 cm.
  4. The systematics of writing articles, namely, title, author's name (from agency and e-mail), abstract in English and Indonesian with keywords, introduction, research methods, research results, conclusions, acknowledgements, and list of references.
  5. The title is written in Capitalize Each Word in bold (bold) with Times New Roman font 14, single-spaced with a maximum word count of 20. The author's name is written under the title and cannot be abbreviated, begins with a capital letter without starting with a word. The order of the authors is the first author followed by the second, third and so on with Times New Roman font 12. All authors' institutional origin and e-mail address (e-mail) are written under the author's name in Times New Roman font 12.
  6. The abstract is written in two languages, namely English and Indonesian. The font is Times New Roman, 12 pt, spaced 1, one paragraph, and a maximum of 250 words. Abstract writing structure must contain several aspects: background of the problem, research objectives, research methods, research results, and conclusions. Keywords contain specific concepts from the article, written in lowercase and arranged in alphabetical order). Avoid uncommon abbreviations.
  7. The introduction must contain the background of the problem, a brief literature review, the urgency of raising the issue being studied, and how the author addresses the issue. The author describes the problem to be studied, its background, and the position of the author's article amid related previous studies. The author must describe the important aspects of the problem being studied, the reasons, and the objectives of discussing the problem. The discussion must show the author's scientific contribution to the article he wrote so that it is important to be published.
  8. The research method contains a research design that includes research, data sources, data collection, and data analysis. In historical research, the methodology section contains a specific explanation of the stages of historical research methods (heuristics, criticism, interpretation, and historiography/historical writing). In historical education research, the method section contains an explanation of the type of research (quantitative or qualitative), the population-sample/informant and the technique of retrieval/selection, types of data, data collection techniques and instruments, and how to analyze/interpret data related to the research problem. In addition, the author describes the approach or perspective used briefly in writing the article script.
  9. Discussion is an answer to a question based on facts from data obtained, analyzed, and supported by relevant sources. Discussion of research results must be relevant to the problems and research objectives determined. The explanation must be supported by the research theory used or contain an explanation if the research results are not following the theory used. The author can also explain the findings using certain perspectives from previous research or theories relevant to the study being discussed. The findings must explain the problems that have been mentioned, and the interpretation process of the data carried out is different or the same from the results of previous studies. Writing citations using APA Style with in-text citation (body note) format, namely, (Rasyad, 2017) or (Murdi et al., 2018) or (Rasyad, 2019; Rasyad & Murdi, 2020; Badar, 2020; Rahmawati, 2019) or (Badar & Rahmawati, 2017) or Rakhmat (2017). The writing of symbols and abbreviations must be explained the first time they are mentioned. Writing citations, tables, and images follows the rules of APA Style.
  10. The conclusion must answer the research problem and the research findings. The explanation must contain the essence of the research findings. It can also provide suggestions in input and recommendations for interested parties related to research findings and other research agendas. The conclusion is written in one paragraph with a maximum number of 450 words.
  11. Acknowledgments contain thanks to everyone who has helped and supported the research carried out. The author can also give awards to those who have contributed to the research. Avoid apologies for preliminary research or otherwise.
  12. Reference writing refers to the system model of the 7th edition of APA style and must use the Mendeley application. The reference materials used are 80% from journal articles, conference proceedings, and research results. The list of references refers to the sources and citations used in writing the article manuscript.

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