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Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines (newest version)

  1. The Jurnal Elemen welcomes scientific articles of research or theoretical studies (invited authors) in the field of mathematics education. All submitted articles shall never be published elsewhere, and not under consideration for other publications. The manuscripts are typed with the Microsoft Word program, Times New Roman, 12-point, using A4 paper with 2.5 cm on the top, bottom, left, right borders, and 1.2 spaces.
  2. The manuscripts were submitted online via OJS of Jurnal Elemen through http://e-journal.hamzanwadi.ac.id/index.php/jel.
  3. All authors in the manuscript must be listed/typed in OJS when filling "authors" in the article submission process.
  4. The manuscript is written in English (since Vol. 8 No. 1).
  5. The manuscript systematic are the title, Authors' name, Authors' affiliation and email, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, References. See the article template HERE.
  6. The title should contain essential variables in the research. It is unnecessary to include the research location unless what is discussed is genuinely unique in that location.
  7. The author's name and affiliation must be written correctly and consistently, both in OJS and in a manuscript. The author's affiliation should be complete: name of department, university, province/state, and country. We recommend that authors use their affiliate email addresses, i.e., [email protected]
  8. A single paragraph of abstract, about 200-250 words without indentation of the first line with 1.2 spaces and 12-point. We strongly encourage authors to use the following style of structured abstracts, but without heading: (1) Background: place the gap analysis of this study (about 1-2 sentences) and highlight the purposes of the study; (2) Methods: briefly describe the main methods applied, including samples/participants, instruments, collecting data technique, and analyzing data technique; (3) Results: summarizing the article’s main findings, should be in line with the purposes of the study; (4) Implication: briefly describe the impact of your study. The abstract should be an objective representation of the article, and it must not contain results that are not presented and substantiated in the main text and should not exaggerate the main conclusions. Both abstract and keywords should be filled in the OJS. 
  9. The introduction must be clear and written descriptively. The introduction must contain at least five things, namely (1) issues related to the research, both international and national issues. Try to have sources related to the issue, and it is not allowed to display issues that do not have a clear source; (2) how is the response of researchers related to the issue. Try to have expert opinion related to the issue to strengthen the researcher's argument; (3) how previous research is related to the issues presented. Then, where is the gap between the research conducted and previous studies? The results of previous research must be relevant to the research topic; (4) how the novelty or gap of the research carried out is supported by relevant theories and sourced from primary sources; and (5) how the focus of the research is carried out. Researchers can write the purpose or the research problem descriptively in the last paragraph of this introduction, not using bullets and numbering. 
  10. Methods should be described with sufficient details to allow others to replicate and build on the published results. This section explains the research design used, the reasons for the design, the research procedures applied, the population and research samples or participants, research instruments, data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques. The description should be in the past tense.
  11. The results are presented in a clear and detailed manner. Research results can be presented based on research results at each stage of research or research results that answer each problem formulation or others as long as the results of the research that have been carried out are visible. Research results should be supported by empirical evidence. This section may be divided into subheadings. It should provide a concise and precise description of the experimental results, their interpretation, and the experimental conclusions that can be drawn.
  12. In the Discussion, the Authors should discuss the results and how they can be interpreted from previous studies and the working hypotheses, not repeating the explanation in the research results section. The findings and their implications should be discussed in the broadest context possible. Future research directions may also be highlighted. The discussion must also refer to the theory or results of previous research so that it can be seen whether the research results contradict or support each other with the theory or results of previous research. In addition, in this discussion, the novelty of the research results should be seen compared to previous research.
  13. In this conclusion, the authors must describe the answer to the problem or research question posed. The authors should not explain sentences repeatedly from the previous section. However, the authors must abstract the article's contents related to the answers to the formulation of the problem or research question. In addition, the authors should describe the implication and the limitation of this study. This section is written descriptively, not numbering and bulleted.
  14. References. To avoid typing mistakes and duplicated references, we recommend preparing the references with a bibliography software package, such as Mendeley, EndNote, ReferenceManager, or Zotero. Include the digital object identifier (DOI) for all references where available. Order the reference list entries alphabetically by author. All references must be in the body of the article and vice versa. The source referred to in the body of the article must be in the reference section. The references used are at least 20 references consisting of a minimum of 80% from journal articles and the rest from other references. References must be up-to-date, at least the last five years, except for the fundamental theories required in writing articles. Authors must also input all references used in the Open Journal System (OJS) Jurnal Elemen when submitting articles. Reference writing and citation follows the rules of APA Style, 7 version, such as the following example:

Journal article with a DOI

McCauley, S. M., & Christiansen, M. H. (2019). Language learning as language use: A cross-linguistic model of child language development. Psychological Review, 126(1), 1–51. https://doi.org/10.1037/rev0000126

Parenthetical citation: (McCauley & Christiansen, 2019)

Narrative citation: McCauley and Christiansen (2019)


Journal article without a DOI, with a nondatabase URL

Ahmann, E., Tuttle, L. J., Saviet, M., & Wright, S. D. (2018). A descriptive review of ADHD coaching research: Implications for college students. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 31(1), 17–39. https://www.ahead.org/professionalresources/publications/jped/archived-jped/jped-volume-31

Parenthetical citation: (Ahmann et al., 2018)

Narrative citation: Ahmann et al. (2018)


Journal article with a DOI, 21 or more authors

Kalnay, E., Kanamitsu, M., Kistler, R., Collins, W., Deaven, D., Gandin, L., Iredell, M., Saha, S., White, G., Woollen, J., Zhu, Y., Chelliah, M., Ebisuzaki, W., Higgins, W., Janowiak, J., Mo, K. C., Ropelewski, C., Wang, J., Leetmaa, A., . . . Joseph, D. (1996). The NCEP/NCAR 40-year reanalysis project. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 77(3), 437–471. http://doi.org/fg6rf9

Parenthetical citation: (Kalnay et al., 1996)

Narrative citation: Kalnay et al. (1996)

Because the original DOI was long and complex, a shortDOI, https://shortdoi.org/, is used.


Journal article, in press

Pachur, T., & Scheibehenne, B. (in press). Unpacking buyer–seller differences in valuation from experience: A cognitive modeling approach. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.

Parenthetical citation: (Pachur & Scheibehenne, in press)

Narrative citation: Pachur and Scheibehenne (in press)


Journal article, published in another language

Chaves-Morillo, V., Gómez Calero, C., Fernández-Muñoz, J. J., Toledano-Muñoz, A., Fernández-Huete, J., Martínez-Monge, N., Palacios-Ceña, D., & Peñacoba-Puente, C. (2018). La anosmia neurosensorial: Relación entre subtipo, tiempo de reconocimiento y edad [Sensorineural anosmia: Relationship between subtype, recognition time, and age]. Clínica y Salud, 28(3), 155–161. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clysa.2017.04.002

Parenthetical citation: (Chaves-Morillo et al., 2018)

Narrative citation: Chaves-Morillo et al. (2018)

When an article is in a different language than your paper, include a translation of the article title in square brackets


Special section or special issue in a journal

Lilienfeld, S. O. (Ed.). (2018). Heterodox issues in psychology [Special section]. Archives of Scientific Psychology, 6(1), 51–104.

McDaniel, S. H., Salas, E., & Kazak, A. E. (Eds.). (2018). The science of teamwork [Special issue]. American Psychologist, 73(4).

Parenthetical citations: (Lilienfeld, 2018; McDaniel et al., 2018)

Narrative citations: Lilienfeld (2018) and McDaniel et al. (2018)


Editorial

Cuellar, N. G. (2016). Study abroad programs [Editorial]. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 27(3), 209. https://doi.org/10.1177/1043659616638722

Parenthetical citation: (Cuellar, 2016)

Narrative citation: Cuellar (2016)


Authored book with a DOI

Brown, L. S. (2018). Feminist therapy (2nd ed.). American Psychological Association. https://doi.org/10.1037/0000092-000

Parenthetical citation: (Brown, 2018)

Narrative citation: Brown (2018)


Authored book without a DOI, from most academic research databases or print version

Burgess, R. (2019). Rethinking global health: Frameworks of power. Routledge.

Parenthetical citation: (Burgess, 2019)

Narrative citation: Burgess (2019)


Authored book with editor credited on the book cover

Meadows, D. H. (2008). Thinking in systems: A primer (D. Wright, Ed.). Chelsea Green Publishing.

Parenthetical citation: (Meadows, 2008)

Narrative citation: Meadows (2008)


Edited book with a DOI, with multiple publishers

Schmid, H.-J. (Ed.). (2017). Entrenchment and the psychology of language learning: How we reorganize and adapt linguistic knowledge. American Psychological Association; De Gruyter Mouton. https://doi.org/10.1037/15969-000

Parenthetical citation: (Schmid, 2017)

Narrative citation: Schmid (2017)


Edited book without a DOI, from most academic research databases or print version

Hacker Hughes, J. (Ed.). (2017). Military veteran psychological health and social care: Contemporary approaches. Routledge.

Parenthetical citation: (Hacker Hughes, 2017)

Narrative citation: Hacker Hughes (2017)


Book in another language

Amano, N., & Kondo, H. (2000). Nihongo no goi tokusei [Lexical characteristics of Japanese language] (Vol. 7). Sansei-do.

Piaget, J., & Inhelder, B. (1966). La psychologie de l’enfant [The psychology of the child]. Quadrige.

Parenthetical citations: (Amano & Kondo, 2000; Piaget & Inhelder, 1966)

Narrative citations: Amano and Kondo (2000) and Piaget and Inhelder (1966)


Book in a series

Madigan, S. (2019). Narrative therapy (2nd ed.). American Psychological Association. https://doi.org/10.1037/0000131-000

Parenthetical citation: (Madigan, 2019)

Narrative citation: Madigan (2019)


Chapter in an edited book with a DOI

Balsam, K. F., Martell, C. R., Jones, K. P., & Safren, S. A. (2019). Affirmative cognitive behavior therapy with sexual and gender minority people. In G. Y. Iwamasa & P. A. Hays (Eds.), Culturally responsive cognitive behavior therapy: Practice and supervision (2nd ed., pp. 287–314). American Psychological Association. https://doi.org/10.1037/0000119-012

Parenthetical citation: (Balsam et al., 2019)

Narrative citation: Balsam et al. (2019)


Chapter in an edited book without a DOI, from most academic research databases or print version

Weinstock, R., Leong, G. B., & Silva, J. A. (2003). Defining forensic psychiatry: Roles and responsibilities. In R. Rosner (Ed.), Principles and practice of forensic psychiatry (2nd ed., pp. 7–13). CRC Press.

Parenthetical citation: (Weinstock et al., 2003)

Narrative citation: Weinstock et al. (2003)


Chapter in an edited book in another language

Carcavilla González, N. (2015). Terapia sensorial auditiva: Activación cerebral por medio de la música [Auditory sensory therapy: Brain activation through music]. In J. J. García Meilán (Ed.), Guía práctica de terapias estimulativas en el Alzhéimer (pp. 67–86). Editorial Síntesis. https://www.sintesis.com/guias-profesionales-203/guiapractica-de-terapias-estimulativas-en-el-alzheimer-libro-1943.html

Parenthetical citation: (Carcavilla González, 2015)

Narrative citation: Carcavilla González (2015)


Wikipedia entry

List of oldest companies. (2019, January 13). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_oldest_companies&oldid=878158136

Parenthetical citation: (“List of Oldest Companies,” 2019)

Narrative citation: “List of Oldest Companies” (2019)


Report by a government agency or other organization

Australian Government Productivity Commission & New Zealand Productivity Commission. (2012). Strengthening trans-Tasman economic relations. https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/australia-newzealand/

report/trans-tasman.pdf

Parenthetical citations: (Australian Government Productivity Commission & New Zealand Productivity Commission, 2012)

Narrative citations: Australian Government Productivity Commission and New Zealand Productivity Commission (2012)


Conference session

Fistek, A., Jester, E., & Sonnenberg, K. (2017, July 12–15). Everybody’s got a little music in them: Using music therapy to connect, engage, and motivate [Conference session]. Autism Society National Conference, Milwaukee, WI, United States. https://asa.confex.com/asa/2017/webprogramarchives/Session9517.html

Parenthetical citation: (Fistek et al., 2017)

Narrative citation: Fistek et al. (2017)


Paper presentation

Maddox, S., Hurling, J., Stewart, E., & Edwards, A. (2016, March 30–April 2). If mama ain’t happy, nobody’s happy: The effect of parental depression on mood dysregulation in children [Paper presentation]. Southeastern Psychological Association 62nd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, United States.

Parenthetical citation: (Maddox et al., 2016)

Narrative citation: Maddox et al. (2016)


Poster presentation

Pearson, J. (2018, September 27–30). Fat talk and its effects on state-based body image in women [Poster presentation]. Australian Psychological Society Congress, Sydney, NSW, Australia. http://bit.ly/2XGSThP

Parenthetical citation: (Pearson, 2018)

Narrative citation: Pearson (2018)


Symposium contribution

De Boer, D., & LaFavor, T. (2018, April 26–29). The art and significance of successfully identifying resilient individuals: A person-focused approach. In A. M. Schmidt & A. Kryvanos (Chairs), Perspectives on resilience: Conceptualization, measurement, and enhancement [Symposium]. Western Psychological Association 98th Annual Convention, Portland, OR, United States.

Parenthetical citation: (De Boer & LaFavor, 2018)

Narrative citation: De Boer and LaFavor (2018)


Unpublished dissertation or thesis

Harris, L. (2014). Instructional leadership perceptions and practices of elementary school leaders [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University of Virginia.

Parenthetical citation: (Harris, 2014)

Narrative citation: Harris (2014)


Dissertation or thesis from a database

Hollander, M. M. (2017). Resistance to authority: Methodological innovations and new lessons from the Milgram experiment (Publication No. 10289373) [Doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin–Madison]. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global.

Parenthetical citation: (Hollander, 2017)

Narrative citation: Hollander (2017)


Dissertation or thesis published online (not in a database)

Hutcheson, V. H. (2012). Dealing with dual differences: Social coping strategies of gifted and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer adolescents [Master’s thesis, The College of William & Mary]. William & Mary Digital Archive. https://digitalarchive.wm.edu/bitstream/handle/10288/16594/HutchesonVirginia2012.pdf

Parenthetical citation: (Hutcheson, 2012)

Narrative citation: Hutcheson (2012)


Unpublished manuscript

Yoo, J., Miyamoto, Y., Rigotti, A., & Ryff, C. (2016). Linking positive affect to blood lipids: A cultural perspective [Unpublished manuscript]. Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Parenthetical citation: (Yoo et al., 2016)

Narrative citation: Yoo et al. (2016)


Manuscript submitted for publication

Lippincott, T., & Poindexter, E. K. (2019). Emotion recognition as a function of facial cues: Implications for practice [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Department of Psychology, University of Washington.

Parenthetical citation: (Lippincott & Poindexter, 2019)

Narrative citation: Lippincott and Poindexter (2019)


Informally published work, from a preprint archive or an institutional repository

Leuker, C., Samartzidis, L., Hertwig, R., & Pleskac, T. J. (2018). When money talks: Judging risk and coercion in high-paying clinical trials. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/9P7CB

Stults-Kolehmainen, M. A., & Sinha, R. (2015). The effects of stress on physical activity and exercise. PubMed Central. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3894304

Parenthetical citations: (Leuker et al., 2018; Stults-Kolehmainen & Sinha, 2015)

Narrative citations: Leuker et al. (2018) and Stults-Kolehmainen and Sinha (2015)


Informally published work, from ERIC database

Ho, H.-K. (2014). Teacher preparation for early childhood special education in Taiwan (ED545393). ERIC. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED545393.pdf

Parenthetical citation: (Ho, 2014)

Narrative citation: Ho (2014)

15. We recommend preparing the references with a bibliography software package, such as Mendeley, EndNote, ReferenceManager, or Zotero to avoid typing mistakes and duplicated references.

16. The manuscript should follow the article template. Can be downloaded HERE.

17. Do not do duplication, fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism.

18. Please attach the Statement Letter and proof of similarity check (using TurnitIn or iThenticate) at the fourth step while submitting the manuscript. Statement Letter

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