Author Guidelines

Guidelines of Articles Writing

Articles submitted to the editor of Dakwatuna: The Journal of Da'wah and Islamic Communication, must follow the following technical provisions:

  1. Articles is a conceptual paper or research results in the field of Da'wah Science.
  2. Articles are authentic works and have not been published in other scientific (periodical) journals.
  3. The article is written in Indonesian, English, or standard Arabic with a space of 1.15 cm on A4 paper with Goudy Old Style font size 11 written font, about  4500-7000 words (excluding abstract and refrences) and sent to the OJS website (online) of this journal, just register forst and log in, then attache the article file. Take a look at the website (template) or go to contact:,, or 0853-3545-6712 (Farid) and 0878-5599-6086 (rio). Articles are submitted no later than two months before the journal is published (February and August).
  4. The abstract is in Indonesian and English (or arabic), about 200-250 words written with one paragraph, on each abstract followed by 3-5 keywords.
  5. The name of the author of the article (without an academic degree, position, or rank) shall be attached with correspondence address, email address, and or telephone or mobile phone number.
  6. Referrals in the article use the APA 6 Style, at least 30 references (3/4 of them published not more than five years before the present edition)
  7. Use the template which is attached in the journal website and take a look at the previous article in this journal to learn how to write the abstract, article body, also references. 



Azra, A. (1996). Pergolakan Politik Islam, dari Fundamentalis, Modernisme hingga Post-Modernisme. Jakarta: Paramadina.

Thaba, A. A. (1995). Islam dan Negara dalam Politik Orde Baru. Jakarta: Gema Insani Press.

Articles in Book:

Vail III, K. E., Soenke, M., & Waggoner, B. (2019). Terror management theory and religious belief. In Handbook of terror management theory (pp. 259–285). Massachusetts: Academic Press.

Wilkinson, P. (2019). Pathways out of terrorism for democratic societies. In The violent society (pp. 138–154). Oxfordshire: Routledge.

Articles in the Journal:

Schmidt, L. (2021). Aesthetics of authority:‘Islam Nusantara’and Islamic ‘radicalism’in Indonesian film and social media. Religion, 51(2), 237–258.

Setia, P., & Rahman, M. T. (2022). Socializing religious moderation and peace in the Indonesian lanscape. Jurnal Iman Dan Spiritualitas, 2(3), 333–340.