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:
- Articles is a conceptual paper or research results in the field of Da'wah Science.
- Articles are authentic works and have not been published in other scientific (periodical) journals.
- 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: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, 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).
- 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.
- 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.
- 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)
- 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.