For Authors

Instructions for Authors Journal Al-Qayyimah 

  1. Articles written for Junal Al-Qayyimah includes articles the results of research in the field of related to Islamic Education that focus on the development of global Islamic education.
  2. Articles are written in Indonesian or English. Manuscripts are typed in the Microsoft Word program, Times New Roman letters are 12 pts in size, 1.5 spaces, standard margins (top 2.5 cm, bottom 2.5 cm, outside 2.5 cm, and inside 2.7 cm), A4 paper size 12-25 pages long.
  3. The systematics of the research results is the title, author's name (accompanied by institutional address, telephone number, and e-mail address), abstract / abstract (accompanied by keywords), introduction, research method, results of research and discussion, conclusions, and bibliography.
  4. The title of the article in Indonesian is no more than 12 words, whereas in English no more than 10 words. The title is written in the middle, with a letter size of 14 pts.
  5. The author's name for the article is included without an academic degree, accompanied by the name and address of the institution, and placed below the article title. If the text is written by a team, the editor is only related to the main author (the author whose name is listed first).
  6. Abstracts and keywords are written in two languages (Indonesian and English). The length of each abstract is 150-250 words, accompanied by keywords of 3-5 words. Minimal abstract contains problems, objectives, methods, concepts, and results of research and discussion.
  7. The introduction to the article results of the study contains the background, the research context, the results of the literature review, and the research objectives. All introductory sections are presented in an integrated manner in paragraphs, with a length of 15-20% of the total length of the article. The introduction section does not need to be given an introductory sub-title.
  8. The method section contains exposure in paragraph form about research design, data sources, data collection techniques, and data analysis conducted by researchers, with a length of 10-15% of the total length of the article.
  9. The research results section contains exposure to the results of the analysis relating to the research questions. The discussion contains the meaning of results and comparison with the theory and/or results of similar research. The length of exposure to results and discussion is 40-60% of the length of the article.
  10. The core section or discussion for conceptual articles contains exposure to the author's analytical or argumentative, logical, and critical analysis or thinking. Exposure to the discussion contains the author's position or attitude on the issue being discussed. The length of exposure to the core section or discussion is 60-80% of the length of the article.
  11. The closing section contains conclusions, affirmations of the position or attitude of the author, and suggestions. Closing is presented in paragraph form. Length of cover exposure is 10-15% of the length of the article.
  12. All texts are reviewed anonymously by reviewers (mitra bestari) appointed by the editor according to their expertise. The author of the article is given the opportunity to make improvements (revisions) to the script on the basis of recommendations/suggestions from reviewers or editor.
  13. Everything related to the licensing of quotations or the use of computer software for the production of manuscripts or other matters relating to intellectual property rights carried out by the author of the article, along with legal consequences that may arise as a result, are the full responsibility of the article's author.
  14. The reference list only contains the sources referred to in the article, and all sources referred to must be listed in the reference list. The reference source of at least 80% is in the form of literature published in the last 10 years. The references used are primary sources in the form of research articles in journals or research reports (including theses and dissertations).
  15. Referrals and citations use the Chicago Style technique. Example: .......[1],....... [2]
  16. The reference list is compiled in reference to Chcahgo Manual of Style 17th edition (full note) such as the following example and is described alphabetically and chronologically

    [1] Yanuari Dwi Puspitarini and Muhammad Hanif, “Using Learning Media to Increase Learning Motivation in Elementary School.,” Anatolian Journal of Education 4, no. 2 (2019): 53–60.

    [2] Constantinos Nicolaou, Maria Matsiola, and George Kalliris, “Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching Methodologies through Audiovisual Media,” Education Sciences 9, no. 3 (2019): 196.