Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) is one of the scientific journals in the field of criminal law published by Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Semarang. IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) was first published in November 2016 to coincide with the 9th anniversary of the Faculty of Law UNNES, and since its first publication it has had ISSN both printed and online (ISSN Print 2548-1568 ISSN Online 2548-1576). In 2017, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) continues to improve and make improvements both in terms of management systems and writing quality. The first time, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) was published in Indonesian, and since the second issue, in May 2017, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) has been published in English as a forward vision towards a reputable international journal. At present, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) has established various collaborations, including the Association of Indonesian Law Journal Managers, Indonesian Criminal Law and Criminology Society, and various other associations. In 2018, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) in collaboration with the Faculty of Law held various activities in the form of seminars and criminal law conferences. Until now, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) has been indexed by several national and international indexing institutions.

IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) is intended to be a scientific law research journal, that publishes articles concerning to legal issues, especially on criminal law, but also not limited to:

  1. Penal Policy
  2. Penal Reform
  3. Criminal Law Studies
  4. Criminal Law Procedure
  5. Criminology
  6. Victimology
  7. Juvenile Criminal Law
  8. International Criminal Law
  9. Anti-Corruption and Money Laundering Law

and any other related issues, as well as comparative criminal law

IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) publishes each issue between 7-10 Articles (Research and Review Articles), and Book Review. The Journal also invites the current commentary from the invited Authors. 

 

 

Section Policies

Editorial

Editors
  • Ridwan Arifin
Unchecked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed

Research Article

Editors
  • Ridwan Arifin
  • Diandra Preludio Ramada
Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Review Article

Editors
  • Ridwan Arifin
  • Diandra Preludio Ramada
Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Book Review

Editors
  • Ridwan Arifin
  • Diandra Preludio Ramada
Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

Submitted manuscripts will be pre-reviewed by the editors, determining whether the manuscripts have conformed to IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies)'s submission guidelines. Manuscripts which have conformed to the journal’s style will be peer-reviewed. IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) is a double blind peer-reviewed journal which involves many reviewers of experts in relevant field of laws. Final decision of manuscript acceptance is solely decided by the editors according to reviewers' comment.

Plagiarism and self-plagiarism are not allowed. IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) uses Turnitin to screen articles for detecting plagiarism. Detection of overlapping and similar text is used there and so quotations and appropriate citations have to be used whenever required.

IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) published the only paper strictly following IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) guidelines and template for preparation manuscript. All submitted manuscripts are going through a double-blind peer review process. Those papers are read by editorial members (upon field of specialization) and will be screened by Managing Editor to meet necessary criteria of IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) publication.

Manuscripts will be sent to two reviewers based on their historical experience in reviewing manuscript or based on their field of specialisation. IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) has reviewing forms in order to keep same items reviewed by two reviewers. Then editorial board make a decision upon the reviewers comments or advice. Reviewers give their assessment on originality, clarity of presentation, contribution to the field/science, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) has four kind of decisions:

  1. Accepted, as it is
  2. Accepted by Minor Revisions (let authors revised with stipulated time)
  3. Accepted by Major Revisions (let authors revised with stipulated time)
  4. Rejected (generally, on grounds of outside of scope and aim, major technical description problems, lack of clarity of presentation)

For checking Plagiarism, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Editorial Board will screen plagiarism with using Turnitin. If it is found plagiarism indication (above 30%), editorial board will reject manuscript immediately.

Before publishing, it is required to obtain written confirmation from authors in order to acquire copyrights for papers published in the journal. Authors must sign the Copy Right Transfer form (Downloadable) as follows: The undersigned hereby transfer any and all rights in and to the paper including without limitation all copyrights to IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies). The undersigned hereby represents and warrants that the paper is original and that he/she is the author of the paper, except for material that is clearly identified as to its original source, with permission notices from the copyright owners where required. The undersigned represents that he/she has the power and authority to make and execute this assignment. This agreement is to be signed by at least one of the authors who have obtained the assent of the co-author(s) where applicable.

 

Publication Frequency

Since the first edition this Journal is published twice in May and November every year

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Abstracting and Indexing

IJCLS Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies have been indexed on both National and International Journal Indexers, such as:
  1. Portal Garuda Ristekdikti 
  2. StudyLib
  3. FexDoc
  4. IPI Portal Garuda
  5. Researchgate
  6. BASE
  7. ResearchBib

IJCLS is Open Journal Systems and supports the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system to ensure secure and permanent preservation of your journal. You have several options for including your journal in a LOCKSS network:

PKP Private LOCKSS Network

Any OJS journal that has an ISSN and has published at least one article can choose to agree to the terms of use and be preserved in the PKP PLN at no cost.

To join, go to Generic Plugins, find PKP PLN Plugin, select Enable, and then select Settings, and accept the Terms of Use. Your content will then be automatically included in the network. No further action is required.

Other LOCKSS Networks

If you believe you have access to one or more of the LOCKSS networks listed here, please contact the appropriate LOCKSS Network administrator to apply for inclusion. Completing the form below will allow for inclusion of your journal in those networks. No content will be preserved before you have notified the appropriate network.

 

Article Processing Charges

This journal charges the following author fees.

  1. Article Submission: 0.00 (IDR)
  2. Fast-Track Review: 0.00 (IDR)
  3. Article Publication: 0.00 (IDR)
IJCLS Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies welcomes article submissions and does not charge Article Processing Charges and Article Publication Fee. For Libraries/Individual, accessing published articles needs no fee and no subscription. For Printed editions subscription, please contact our team.

 

Peer-Review Policy

Submitted manuscripts will be pre-reviewed by the editors, determining whether the manuscripts have conformed to IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies)'s submission guidelines. Manuscripts which have conformed to the journal’s style will be peer-reviewed. IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) is a double blind peer-reviewed journal which involves many reviewers of experts in relevant field of laws. Final decision of manuscript acceptance is solely decided by the editors according to reviewers' comment.

Plagiarism and self-plagiarism are not allowed. IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) uses Turnitin to screen articles for detecting plagiarism. Detection of overlapping and similar text is used there and so quotations and appropriate citations have to be used whenever required.

IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) published the only paper strictly following IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) guidelines and template for preparation manuscript. All submitted manuscripts are going through a double-blind peer review process. Those papers are read by editorial members (upon field of specialization) and will be screened by Managing Editor to meet necessary criteria of IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) publication.

Manuscripts will be sent to two reviewers based on their historical experience in reviewing manuscript or based on their field of specialisation. IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) has reviewing forms in order to keep same items reviewed by two reviewers. Then editorial board make a decision upon the reviewers comments or advice. Reviewers give their assessment on originality, clarity of presentation, contribution to the field/science, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) has four kind of decisions:

  1. Accepted, as it is
  2. Accepted by Minor Revisions (let authors revised with stipulated time)
  3. Accepted by Major Revisions (let authors revised with stipulated time)
  4. Rejected (generally, on grounds of outside of scope and aim, major technical description problems, lack of clarity of presentation)

For checking Plagiarism, IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Editorial Board will screen plagiarism with using Turnitin. If it is found plagiarism indication (above 30%), editorial board will reject manuscript immediately.

Before publishing, it is required to obtain written confirmation from authors in order to acquire copyrights for papers published in the journal. Authors must sign the Copy Right Transfer form (Downloadable) as follows: The undersigned hereby transfer any and all rights in and to the paper including without limitation all copyrights to IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies). The undersigned hereby represents and warrants that the paper is original and that he/she is the author of the paper, except for material that is clearly identified as to its original source, with permission notices from the copyright owners where required. The undersigned represents that he/she has the power and authority to make and execute this assignment. This agreement is to be signed by at least one of the authors who have obtained the assent of the co-author(s) where applicable.

 

Author Instructions

AUTHOR GUIDELINES

IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies)

 

This guide is the latest guide to use starting in 2018. Changes to guidelines were carried out with the aim of sharpening the quality of articles, especially research articles. The guide contains provisions for writing articles, quotes and bibliography.

 

A.    General Guidelines of Manucript

  1. Font   used in this journal are   Garamound , 1 space, 11 pt.
  2. Especially for writing article titles using   California FB 18 pt, Center, Capitalize Each Word  and a maximum of 1 4 words.   Example:   “Protection of Children as Victims of Bullying”
  3. For research articles, "research identity" is included as a footnote to the article title.
  4. The title of the article does not display the location of the study and describes the law. For example: “Protection of Children as Victims of Bullying According to Law Number 35 of 2014 concerning Amendments to Law Number 23 of 2002 concerning Child Protection in Semarang City," but should be “Protection of Children as Victims of Bullying "
  5. The title is written clearly, attracts the reader, and does not cause multiple interpretations
  6. After writing the article title, the name of the author is written below. The distance between the title with the author's name is 2 (two) spaces. The author's name is written without an academic degree, under the author's name, the author's origin is written; address of agency; and the author's email address.
  7. The number of writers, can be more than one person with a parallel writing format, separated by commas (, ). If there is a responsible writer or correspondent writer (corresponding author)   must be marked specifically "* ". This marking is intended to ensure that communication related to articles can be received directly by the right personnel. Agency address and email address   corresponding author   written under the author's name
  8. In writing the name of the author, if the author's name consists of two words, then the author's last name should not be abbreviated just then followed by last name. Conversely, if the author's name consists of only one word, then in the online version (HTML) it will be written in two words that contain the same name (repetitive) for the purposes of metadata indexation (Camdali & Tunc, 2006; Friedman, 2008).
  9. Abstracts written in English include: research objectives, methods, results and findings, conclusions. Writing abstract titles using   bold   while for abstract substances written   italic,   1 space, maximum 250 words. There are no abstract and abstract quotes that must clearly emphasize the focus of the research
  10. Writing bold keyword titles ,   consists of 3-5 keywords, separated by semicolons (;) and arranged alphabetically
  11. Writing length: 4000-8000 words (Research Article / Original Article), 5000-9000 words (Review Article), 2000-5000 words (Book Review), 2000-5000 words (Current Commentary)
  12. Wikipedia is not permitted to be used as a source of quotes and or other sources that are invalid.
  13. Articles must be written according to the template in a ready-to-print form with A4 writing size (210 x 297 mm) and margin format 1.5 "(inches) for all. The new paragraph starts 10 mm from the left boundary, while between paragraphs there is no space between. All numbers in writing articles in this journal are written in Arabic numbers, except at the beginning of the sentence.

 

 

B.     Writing system

1. Research Article / Original Article

Consist of:

  1. Abstract

Abstracts must be concise, clear, and reflect the contents of the writing. Abstract is not a summary, but the emphasis is discussed in writing. Abstract content must contain: argumentation / background of short problems, research objectives, methods, results and findings, conclusions. Abstracts may not contain quotations, and not explain definitions.

  1. Introduction

The introduction contains the background of the problem examined in writing, at least consisting of 5 paragraphs. Introduction must address the initial problem with a comparison of previous studies. The author is advised to compare at least 5 (five) studies related to the writing discussed. Introduction It is recommended to display the data of previous research and / or data related to problems in writing.

  1. Research Method

The research method is summarized briefly and clearly, does not explain the definition. The research method describes the way and the way the research and the way of data collection, including the name of the research location and the name of the law and / or cases that are tested and analyzed

  1. Finding and Discussion

In this section, the author is not allowed to provide a special chapter for the study of literature, there is no explanation of certain definitions. The results of the study are parsed and discussed directly using related theories and statutory rules. In this section, the author is required not only to break down the results of research and or theory, but also must be accompanied by analysis.

  1. Conclusion

The conclusions are arranged in the form of narrative sentences, and as many as 1 (one) paragraph. Conclusions are not repeated statements in the finding and discussion section. Conclusions answered from the research objectives.

  1. References

Contains at least 15 journal articles (primary sources), and all the reference lists listed in the bibliography must be referred to in the article. Writing a bibliography using APA Style and the author is required to use a standard citation application (Mendeley). Detailed information click: https://www.mendeley.com/guides/apa-citation-guide

 

Review Article

 Consist of:

  1. Abstract

Abstract must be concise, clear, and reflect the contents of the writing. Abstract is not a summary, but the emphasis is discussed in writing. Abstract content must contain: argumentation / background of short problems, research objectives, methods, results and findings, conclusions. Abstracts may not contain quotations, and not explain definitions.

  1. Research Method

At Review Article, the method describes the articles and the results of the study which are reviewed, analyzed and compared.

  1. Discussion

In this section, the author is not allowed to provide a special chapter for the study of literature, there is no explanation of certain definitions. The results of the study are parsed and discussed directly using related theories and statutory rules. In this section, the author is required not only to break down the results of research and or theory, but also must be accompanied by analysis.

  1. Conclusion

The conclusions are arranged in the form of narrative sentences, and as many as 1 (one) paragraph. Conclusions are not repeated statements in the results section and discussion. Conclusions answered from the research objectives.

  1. References

Contains at least 15 journal articles (primary sources), and all the reference lists listed in the bibliography must be referred to in the article. Writing a bibliography using APA Style and the author is required to use a standard citation application (Mendeley). Detailed information click: https://www.mendeley.com/guides/apa-citation-guide

 

Explanation of Manuscript

  1. 1.  Introduction

The introduction section contains background problems, theoretical frameworks, and   state of the art   previous research. In addition, in the Introduction there must also be an explanation of the analysis gap and / or the urgency of the study compared to previous studies. For this reason, it is necessary to state the novelty of the scientific studies carried out. The novelty statement is reinforced by a literature review of previous studies.   

  1. 2.  Theoretical framework

In the results of the research article must contain the theoretical framework put in the Introduction chapter. The theoretical framework contains the theories used in the study. Theory must be quoted and included in the Results and Discussion chapter.

  1. 3.  Research Method

In research articles, research methods are written as separate sub- chapters after the Introduction chapter. The research method includes a discussion of approach methods, research specifications, types and techniques of data collection, and methods of data analysis. For conceptual ideas articles, it is enough to only discuss the study approach method   which is placed at the end of the Introduction chapter.  

  1. 4.  Finding and Discussion

In the research results article, after the Introduction and Research Method section is followed by the Finding and Discussion chapter. This chapter contains the results or research findings (scientific finding) followed by scientific discussion. The description of the discussion in the Results and Discussion chapter is descriptive, analytical and critical. The description of the discussion must be adjusted to the sequence of legal issues which are the main elements in the study. The theories included in the theoretical framework must be cited in this section. In conceptual article articles use the term discussion, wherein it contains sub-sections in accordance with the sequence of problems. Description that uses   bullet   or Arabic numerals must be made following the sentence. Not allowed to be made in the form of points down.   Example:   So far there are known two voter data updating systems, namely: (1) updating active voter data; and (2) passive data updating.

  1. 5.  Conclusion

The Conclusion Chapter basically contains the essence of the study and at the same time is also the answer to the problems examined in the article. Therefore, the preparation of the Conclusion chapter must be adjusted to the order of existing problems. In addition to containing the essence of the study, conclusions can also be used to test whether or not an objective of research or study is achieved.

  1. 6.  References

Bibliography in research articles and conceptual ideas contains all references used in the study. References should be issued in a maximum of the last 5 (five) years.   The composition of the bibliography is strongly recommended in the form of primary sources (70%), namely national journals, international journals, theses, dissertations,  proceeding conference   both national and international. Other sources (30%) can be books or other reference sources. Each article must contain at least 15 (fifteen) references and references used only as a quotation may be written in the Bibliography.

 

Provisions for Writing Quotations and Sources

Any decision or quoting the data coming from the person / other authors, must be written source citation / reference. In the quotation technique, there are 2 (two) types of quotes, namely direct quotes and indirect quotes.

Direct quote is a quote written exactly the same as the original, both in language and spelling by not holding any changes at all. Quotes that are less than 4 (four) lines entered into the text, written like typed text, begin and end with quotation marks ("). Quotations that are 4 (four) or more long, one-space typed, writing begins after seven beats from the left edge.

Indirect quotes are quotes that are not exactly the same as the original. The author only takes the subject matter from the source quoted to be stated again with the sentence compiled by the author. Sentences containing quotations of the idea are written in duplicate spaces as normal text. The source of the quote is written directly after the quoted text.

Regarding the writing of citation sources, in writing scientific papers are known   several styles   (style)   which can be chosen and adopted for writing citation sources.

Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies adheres to   bodynote   with style   American Psychological Association 6th Edition. The style of writing citations required   use  software reference management Mendeley. Quotation writing format: between parentheses the author's last name is written   (last name),   year of publication. Examples of direct quotes: Argumentation is a form of rhetoric that seeks to influence the attitudes and opinions of others , so that they believe and ultimately act in accordance with what is desired by the writer or speaker (Keraf, 1983).

Examples of indirect quotations: As said by Gorys Keraf, arguments are basically writing that aims to influence the readers' beliefs to be sure of the opinion of the writer and even do what the author says (Keraf, 1983).

Examples of source writing quote:

(Irianto, 2006)

(Rahardjo, 2006)

(Purdy, Kenter, Hardley, & Kinch, 2015)

(United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, 2016)

 

Provisions for Writing References

References only contain references cited in the article. Writing a bibliography in Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies using a style (style) as well as the quote   the style of the American Psychological Association 6th Edition   by using   software   Mendeley reference management.   The following is a guide and an example of writing a bibliography.

Example:

1.        Author of 1 person   in the book

Last name, short for first name . year of publication in parentheses.   Book title (Italic )   . publishing place : publisher's name.

Example:

Irianto, S. (2006).   Introducing Socio Legal Studies . Bandung: Torch Foundation.

Rahardjo, S. (2006).   Legal studies . Bandung: Citra Aditya Bakti.

 

2.      The author of 2 people in   book

Last name, first author's first name . , & last name, second author's first name. year of publication in parentheses.   Book title (Italic )   . publishing place : publisher's name.

Example:

Kusnardi Muhammad., & Saragih, B. (1994).   Structure of Division of Power According to the 1945 Constitution . Jakarta: Main Gramedia Library.

 

3.      Authors from certain groups or institutions

Name of group / institution. year of publication in parentheses.   Book title (Italic ).   publishing place : publisher's name.

Example:

     Bank Indonesia. (2016).   Optimizing Macroprudential Policy to Support the Financial Stability . Jakarta: Bank Indonesia.

The World Bank. (2006).   Decentralization and Subnational Regional Economics-What , Why and Where . The World Bank.

 

4.   Articles in the Journal

Writing journals in order: last name , short for author's first name. year of publication in parentheses. article title . title of the journal in italics ( italic)   ,   followed by Vol. ( italic)   followed by publishing number parentheses   and issue: number (if any), month, page number abbreviated as pp. , p.

Example:

Saraswati, R. (2014). The Political Direction of the Law of Village Regulation in the Future (Ius Constituendum).   Journal of Legal Problems,   Vol. 43 No.3, pp.313-321.

Samekto, A. (2010). Sustainable Development in a Changing Social Order. Progressive Law Journal, Vol.1 Issue. 2, p.1-15.

Life. (2014). Correlation of Simultaneous Elections with Multi Parties as Strengthening the Presidential System.   Constitutional Journal,   Vol.11 No.3, September, pp.461-469.

 

5. Articles in Proceedings

Writing articles in proceedings is as follows: last name, short for first name of writer. Year of publication in parentheses. Article title. proceeding name in italic ( italic ), place of execution: name of publisher (if any), page in parentheses. publishing place : publisher.

Example:

Hidayat, A. (2012). The State of Pancasila Law (An Ideal Model for the Organization of the Law). In   Proceedings of the Pancasila IV Congress : Strategies for Institutionalizing Pancasila Values in Enforcing Indonesian Constitutionality   (pp. 56–65). Yogyakarta: PSP Press Gadjah Mada University.

Harkes, I. (1999). An Institutional Analysis of Sasi Laut, a Fisheries Management System in Indonesia. In   Proceedings of the International Workshop on Fisheries Co-Management   (pp. 1–9). Netherlands: ICLARM.

 

6.   Articles as part of the Book

Writing order: last name, short for author's first name . year of publication in parentheses. Article title . the name of the editor (if any), the title of the book is italic ( italic )   page using p. or pp.in parentheses. publishing place : publisher's name.

Example:

Irianto, S. (2009). Legal Research Practices : Sociolegal Perspective . In Shidarta. & S. Irianto (Eds.),   Research Methods of Constellation Law and Reflection   (pp. 297–315). Jakarta: Torch Foundation.

 

7. Articles in the Newspaper (newspaper)

The order of article writing in the Newspaper: last name , stands for the author's first name. in parentheses the year of publication is written, the date of the month. Article title . the name ofthe newspaper is italic .

Example:

Sukirno. (2014, January 16). Indigenous Peoples Discrimination.   Kompas Daily .

Surbakti, R. (2016, September 22). Election System and Consequences.   Kompas Daily .

 

8.    Thesis or Dissertation

Writing in sequence is: the author's last name , the first name abbreviation. year in parentheses. Title of thesis or dissertation ( italic ). the name of the university.

Example:

Hidayat, A. (2006).   Freedom of Association in Indonesia: An Analysis of the Effects of Changes in Political Systems on Legal Interpretation . Diponegoro University.

Roisah, K. (2013).   Building Principles for Protection of Intellectual Property Based on Local Wisdom (Legal Protection Study on Expressions of Indonesian Traditional Culture . Diponegoro University.

 

 

9. Articles from Online Sources

Online source writing: author's last name , short for first name. in parentheses year. Article title . Retrieved from the name of the website.

Example:

Nurjaya, IN (2008). Local Wisdom and Natural Resource Management. Retrieved from http://blogmanifest.wordpress.com/2008.

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. (2016). Combating Discrimination Against Indigenous Peoples. Retrieved from http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Discrimination/Pages/discrimination_indigenous.aspx.accesed 15th April 2016.

 

10.   Introduction or Introduction to Books

The writing order includes the last name , short for the author's first name. year in parentheses. Title of writing. In the title of the book. publishing place : publisher's name.

Example:

Ismail, N. (2016). There Is Still a Political Room for State Law for the Implementation of Customary Rights. In   The Development of Marine Customary Rights in the Kei Islands . Semarang: Undip-Press.

 

 

Provisions for Numbering / Imaging in Manuscript Writing   (Number Formats)

The numbering of chapters and sub-chapters in the writing of the Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies manuscript uses a numbering system as illustrated as follows:

 

A. ___________________________________________________________________

       1. _______________________________________________________________

                   a ._________________________________________________________

                               1). _________________________________________________

                                           a ) .___________________________________________

                                                       (1) .____________________________________

                                                                   ( a ) .________________________________

 

Provisions for Making Tables and Images

Each table and image included in the article, numbered with Arabic numerals, and the title. The table title is placed above the table, while the image title is below the image. Distance between number and title with table, 1 (one) space. Tables and Images are placed in a text group after the table or image has been referred. The images in the article must be sure to print clearly (font size, resolution and line size must be sure to print clearly). Images and tables and diagrams / schemes should be placed according to the column between groups of text or if it is too large to be placed in the middle of the page. Making tables must not contain vertical lines, while horizontal lines are permitted but only those that are important.

Example:

 

Table   1 . Judge Authority

Title column / name

Column A ( t)

Column B ( T )

 

1

2

 

3

4

 

5

6

 

 

 

Figuree 1. Legal Applicability Scheme

Source: ...

 

 

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