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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 submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Manuscript submitted to the Editor

Journal of Science and Hikmah  (JoSH)

Will be considered loading if it meets the following criteria:

 

The manuscript is a conceptual paper or the result of research into Islamic nuances Tasawuf and Thoriqoh nuances with a varied approach and has never been published in other media either print or Online. And is seen as contributing to the development of studies and thoughts of Sufism and Thoriqoh.
The manuscript is written in standard Indonesian, or foreign languages ​​(Arabic or English) 1.5 cm spacing, New Roman Arabic front, front 12, and Erta A4 size, and mailed JSoF journals, putih99@gmail.com, and at least two months before the journal is published. The length of writing is 20-25 pages or 7000-9000 words.
The name of the screenwriter (without title, title, or rank) is included with the name of the employment agency, workplace agency address, correspondence address, e-mail address, office phone number, home or mobile.
Conceptional articles include title, identity, abstract, keyword, introduction (problem and scope), content or discussion, cover, and referral list.
Research articles include title, name and identity, abstract, keyword, introduction (problem and scope), research methods, research results, discussion, cover and referral lists.
The title should be concise, specific and effective, not exceeding 12 words using Indonesian, 10 words using Foreign language.
Abstracts are written in Indonesian, Arabic or English (+ 200 words) containing the objectives, methods, and results of research (for research results), background issues, discussion, and conclusions (for non-research texts)
Maximum 4 word keywords that reflect the contents of the manuscript.
The script is typed in Word format RTF (Rich Text Format), or Doc. (Word Document).
Eligible articles are selected and edited by editors for uniform format and style selingkung without changing the contents.
Writing footnotes and reference lists can be seen in the following example:
Footnote

The citation must use catata foot.
Footnotes referring to books begin with the author's name, without being reversed and without titles, followed by commas, spaces, titles of italics, parentheses, open, publisher spots, comatose names, publishing years, closing brackets, coma spaces, page numbers end with dots.
Philip K. Khitti, History of The Arabs (London: The Macmilan Press, 1970), 87.

If the book is quoted again without interspersed with other quotes, it is written "ibid" typed upright, point, comma, space, citation number page, and period.
If there is any further quotes from the book and interspersed with quotes from other sources, the mentioned is the author's last name consisting of two or more words
Excerpts from articles in journals, writing on footnotes are the author's name according to the no-degree sequence, commas spaces, open quotation marks, article titles with plain text (upright), close quotes, commas, oblique journals, commas, spaces , journal number, space, parenthesis, moon if any, comma spaces, publishing year, closing brackets, comma spaces, page numbers, and periods.
Abu> Bakr b. Ah} mac b. Abi> Sahl al-Sarkhas} i>, Us} u> l la-Sarkha> s} i>, Vol. 1 (Beirut: Da> r al-Kutub al-'Ilmiyyah, 1993), 3.

Excerpts from the anthology article, the writing of his footnote is almost identical to the quotation in the journal. Name of author in sequence and without title, comma, space, open quotation marks, article title, with plain text (upright), close quotes, commas, spaces, inscription "in" titled book titles, coma spaces, (ed), spaces, editor names, spaces, brackets, publishers, colons, spaces, publisher names, commas, spaces, publishing year, closing brackets, comma spaces, numbers, pages, and periods.

Quotes from newspapers and the like are the names of authors, commas, spaces, titles of articles placed in quotes, commas, spaces, names of newspapers or the like that are typed in italics, spaces, opening brackets, dates, spaces of the moon, spaces, and year of publication , closing brackets, commas, spaces, page numbers, and periods.

If you quote the article and punctuated another book, the footnote is the same as the first one, but the editor, book title or journal, etc. do not need to be recalled.

Unpublished citation or dissertation is the name of the author of the thesis or dissertation, coma spaces, open quotation marks, thesis title or dissertation with upright writing, close quotation marks, spacebar open, "thesis" or "Dissertation" dissertation, typed lines twice [-], college name, comma spaces, year of completion of thesis or dissertation, closing brackets, commas, spaces, colleges, commas, spaces, page numbers, and periods.

Ahmad Kholis, "The Shift in Religious Ideology of Priyai Priorities: A Conversion Study of Abangan-santri Muslim Blitar Community" (Dissertation-IAIN Sunan Ampel, Surabaya, 2011), 127.

Quotations referring to the Qur'an are writing the words "al-Qur'an" with upright letters, commas, spaces, letter numbers, colons, spaces, paragraph numbers, points

The Qur'an, 44: 21.

Quotes that refer to encyclopedias are the names of authors of entries, commas, spaces, open quotes, titles, entries, open quotes, title entries, quotes close, comics, esiklopedi title (italics), volume or number or edition, commas, spaces, "ed.", spaces, first editor names, commas, spaces, followed by "et. al. ", space, parenthesis, publisher, colon, space, publisher name, comma, space, publishing year, closing parenthesis, commas, spaces, page numbers, and periods.

Ruska, "Saraksh", in A. J. Wensinck, et al. (ed.) First Encyclopaedia of Islam, Vol. 7. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1987.
Excerpt from translation, the title of the source uses the title of the translation. The way of writing is the name of the author without reversed and without titles, commas, spaces, titles of translation books written in italics, commas, spaces, abbreviations "plane." Spaces, translator names, spaces, parentheses, publishers, colons, page numbers, and periods.

The citation of the interview is the name of the interviewee, the coma, the spaces, the words "interview" which are tilted typed, commas, spaces, place of interview, comma, space, date, month, and year of interview, and period.

If the note comes from a CD, such as al-Maktabah Al-Shamilah, but there is an original source then the footnote should quote directly from the original book.

Muh} ammad Arku> n, Isla> m: al-Akhla> q wa al-Siya> valid (Beirut: Markaz la-Inma> 'la-Qawmi>, 1990), 172-173.

References

Ali, Abbas J. "Levels of Existence and Motivation in Islam", Journal of Management History, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2009.

Arku> n, Muh} ammad,, Isla> m: al-Akhla> q wa al-Siya> valid. Beirut: Markaz la-Inma> 'la-Qawmi>, 1990.

Khitti, Philip K. History of The Arabs. London: The Macmilan Press, 1970.

Kholis, Ahmad. "The Shift in Orientation of Priyai Religious Ideology: A Conversion Study of Abangan-santri Muslim Blitar". Dissertation-IAIN Sunan Ampel, Surabaya, 2011.

al-Sarkhas} i>, Abu> Bakr b. Ah} mac b. Abi> Sahl. Us} u> l la-Sarkha> s} i>, Vol. 1. Beirut: Da> r al-Kutub al-'Ilmiyyah, 1993.

Writing articles in White journals using transliteration guidelines as follows:

Arab

Indonesia

Arab

Indonesia

ا

j’

ط

t}

ب

b

ظ

z}

ت

t

ع

ث

th

غ

Gh

ج

j

ف

F

ح

h

ق

Q

خ

kh

ك

K

د

d

ل

L

ذ

dh

م

M

ر

r

ن

N

ز

z

و

W

س

s

 ه

H

ش

sh

ء

i’

ص

s}

ي

Y

ض

d{

 

 

 

 

To show a long sound (madd) by writing a stroke above the letters a>, i>, and u>.
the double-dipping sound of the Arabic is transliterated by combining two ay letters, and aw, like layyinah, lawwamah.
The word ends in ta> 'marbu> t} ah and functions as s} ifah (modifier) ​​or mud} af ilayh transliterated with ah, like akhla> q kari> mah, fad} a>' il al-zakah, while that serves as mud} a> f is transliterated with at, like jannat al-na'i> m.


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