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Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines



 A.   General

  1. The papers to be published in JEE: Journal Of English Education is a scientific journal published by CV. Doki Course and Training. The papers to be published in JEE are research articles (quantitative or qualitative research approaches), literature studies or original ideas that are considered to contribute to scientific studies of English Education. It covers problems in English education such as English Language Pedagogy, English language Literacy, English for Specific Purposes, ELT Materials Development and Evaluation, English Language Testing and Assessment, Teaching English to Young Learners, English Literature, Language Policy and Planning, and Second Language Acquisition. 
  2. Papers submitted to JEE: Journal Of English Education should be original and have not been published in other journals or have been submitted to other journals.
  3. Papers in the form of manuscripts of graduate thesis, post-graduate thesis and dissertation should include a recommendation from the concerned lecturer stating that the manuscript deserves to be published in the JEE: Journal Of English Education. The script will then, be reviewed by the associate editor anonymously to decide whether the script is acceptable / rejected / or approved with revision.
  4. The author should revise based on feedback from the associate editor within the time limit set by the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board has the right to edit the content without altering the substance of the content.
  5. References sources are recommended to use the latest publication for the last 10 years. The main references are national and international books and journals.
  6. Any involved licenses, quotes or using computer software due to preparing the paper becomes the sole responsibility of the author of the article including possible legal consequences that may arise.
  7. The provision of the writing of this JEE: Journal Of English Education refers to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association Sixth Edition 2010.

 B.   Structure and Systematical

The content and systematical are described in the narrative (without numbering on the subtitle) and must include the followings contents:

1.    Title

The title should be concise and focus to describe the content of the article. It may apply an attractive and creative title in order to attract readers. It has a maximum of 10 words in English. It should be typed in all capital letters, centre and using Times New Roman font with size 12 and Bold.

2.    Author

It must state the full name of the author without title, the institution of the author’s work/study and the e-mail of the author. 

3.    Abstract

The abstract must be shown in English. Abstract in English must come from a trusted institution (please attach a letter of transcript result from the institution). The abstract should be a maximum of 300 words, justify and typed in Times New Roman font with size 12 with space 1. The abstract must include reasons for choosing the topic or the importance of the research topic, a concise research method (type and research design, research subject, research instrument, data analysis method), research conclusion

4.    Keywords

The keywords may take from research variables, the characteristics of research subjects and referred theory (minimum two words or more)

5.    Introduction

The introduction is to describe the background of the problem, the purpose and usefulness of the research, and the study of the theory and ends with the hypothesis (if any).

6.    Research Method

It contains research types and designs, research variables, population and a sample of research, data collection methods, and data analysis methods (can be adapted according to the research approach used whether quantitative or qualitative).

 7.    Result And Discussion

The results and discussion should fit according to the research approach. If using a quantitative research approach will consist of descriptive statistics, assumption test results and hypothesis test results should be analyzed intelligently. If using a qualitative approach will be in the form of the themes of the results of the qualitative analysis conducted.

8.    Conclusion

The conclusion is the answer to the purpose of the research. It is not the summary of the research results. Conclusions and suggestions should be clear and concisely based on results and discussion.

 9.    References

References should be written alphabetically and chronologically. It is recommended to use Mendeley. The references are not a bibliography, therefore, it must contain all sources referenced in the scripts and does not need to mention unused sources. Some examples: download guide citation, and article template.

Submission Preparation Checklist

All submissions must meet the following requirements.

  • 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.


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