Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines Map:

General Standards

  1. Article Type
  2. Templates
  3. Manuscript Length
  4. Language Editing and Style
  5. Keywords
  6. Title
  7. Authors, Affiliation, and Correspondence
  8. Abstract
  9. Text
  10. Body Sections
  11. Acknowledgement
  12. Figures and Tables
  13. References

How to Submit Manuscript

  1. Online Submission Procedures
  2. Starting the Submission
  3. Uploading the Submission
  4. Entering the Submission Metadata
  5. Uploading the Supplementary File
  6. Confirming the Submission

Author Guidelines

The editor of Journal of Holistic and Traditional Medicine welcomes article submissions in accordance with the following guidelines: 

  1. Articles have not been published or accepted for publication, or are being considered for publication elsewhere. In addition to the manuscript, a written statement should be attached which clarifies that the article is original and does not contain any elements of plagiarism.
  2. Types of articles suitable for publication include the following; research reports (laboratory, field, archives), conceptual ideas, studies, theory applications.
  3. Another suitable type of article is book review. Please note the following requirements for submitting book reviews:
  • books being reviewed should be newly published (within the last one year for books in Indonesian and two years for books in other foreign languages),
  • book reviews should be between 3-5 pages in length, and
  • a copy/ scan of the book cover should be attached.
  1. Articles are written in Indonesian or English (preferable) using academic language along with standard academic writing structure and composition. Manuscripts are typed 1,5 spaced in a quarto paper size (A4), between 5-20 pages in length including references, pictures, and tables.
  2. Article should be in form of essay which includes:
  • title (15-20 words),
  • author’s name (without academic degree) with an e-mail address and institution’s name,
  • abstract in English and Indonesian (150-200 words for each) which includes;
  • an introduction,
  • methods,
  • findings and discussion,
  • research implication to both empirical and conceptual,
  • key words in English or Indonesian (5-7 words),
  • author’s personal information and e-mail address,
  • introduction (without subsection, 2-3 pages) which includes background, objectives, methods, and literature reviews/ theoretical construct (if needed) of the research. The introduction section ends with an emphasis on items to be discussed,
  • discussion,
  • conclusion, and
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  1. Reference list format is based on APA (American Psychological Association) style. Reference list should appear at the end of the article and includes only literatures actually cited in the manuscripts. References are ordered alphabetically and chronologically. When writing a reference list, please use the following conventions;
  • Azhar & Matsumura, K. (2010). A Study of ‘Kenry’ in Japanese and ‘Hak’ in Indonesian. Jurnal Humaniora, Vol. 22, No. 1, 22-30.
  • Nur, Tajudin. (2008). Verba dalam Bahasa Arab dan Bahasa Indonesia: Studi Gramatika Konstrastif. (Unpublished Dissertation). Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta.
  • Reid, Anthony. (2011). Menuju Sejarah Sumatra: Antara Indonesia dan Dunia. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor.
  • Zacharek, S. (2008). Natural Women. The New York Times. Retrieved on 12th February 2013, from http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/27/books/review/Zachareck.
  1. The editor appreciates if authors excerpt information from previously published articles in Jurnal Humaniora.
  2. Articles should be submitted in soft files using Microsoft Word application to the Online Submission page.
  3. Authors will be sent notifications of the receipt of manuscripts and editorial decisions (whether the articles are accepted or not) by e-mail. Manuscripts that are not published will not be returned to the authors.