Title Page:Download (Ms.Word, English)
Full Text:Download (Ms.Word, English)
- Type of paper should be original research article, review article, opinion article and case-based article.
- General structure of paper should be divided into two files. First file is title Page (Title, Name of Authors, Affiliation, Email and Acknowledgement) and Second file is full text manuscript (Abstract, Introduction, Method, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, and References.
- In general the structure of the article must be able to show uniqueness, novelty, rigour, contribution, value, and most importantly it has a good story telling in environmental issues and Sustainable Development
- Authors for whom English is a second language may choose to have their manuscript professionally edited before submission to improve the English. American English spelling is preferred.
- Please title your manuscript in this order ‘JESSD__Title of Manuscript”. Submit both the source file and the MS-DOC/MS-DOCX/PDF file to Submission Online Process without name and afilliation.
- Please ensure that paper is free from plagiarism, especially through plagiarism check by IThenticate.. For more information, please check http://www.ithenticate.com/.
- References should be in APA style constructed with Mendeley. For more information, please check https://open.mendeley.com/use-citation-style/apa.
- Other specific requirements are stated in the template. Authors are requested to write the paper directly in the template file.
Original Research Article (5000-7000 words, excluding references)
A full length original empirical research, mainly following this order: introduction, methods, results and discussion, conclusions, and references, an accurate description of research and an objective and comprehensive discussion of the results are highly encouraged.
Review Article (4000-7000 words, excluding references)
A comprehensive and critical literature review (includes organizing, integrating, and evaluating) of the latest published research, meta-analysis and systemic reviews are highly encouraged.
Opinion Article (3000-7000 words, excluding references)
A commentary, analysis, and argument on a specified issue, reliable and accountable data and its valid sources are highly encouraged.
Case-based Article (3000-4000 words, excluding references)
A technical and practical article focuses on a single but unique case study, mainly has briefer introduction, less theoretical studies, focused methodology, and deep technical outcomes.
Adjustments to this structure are permitted in several conditions.
Title should be in capital letter (uppercase) without line separation.
- Abstract with no more than 250 words should be supplied to reflect the content of the paper.
- A concise and factual abstract is required (IMRAD Model).
- Introduction/Backgorund. Provide context or background for the study and state the study’s primary objective or hypothesis in 1–2 sentences. Also, please explain the previous research/program what other people do or what you have done before. Author include hypothesis (if any) which explained the tentative of result.
- Methods. Describe the basic procedures used during the study, including selection of study subjects, observational, analytical methods, and define the primary outcomes.
- Results and Discussion. Summarize the main findings, including specific effect sizes and their statistical significance, if possible. Include (if relevant) the number of participants in each group, the primary outcome for each group, and any significant adverse events or side effects. Also, please explain relation between your theory and your result in your article.
- Conclusion. In 1–2 sentences, state the principal conclusions, emphasizing new and important aspects of the study or observations in aspect of your research
- Provide an adequate background, context of the problems based on the literature review.
- State the objectives of the work and emphasize the originality (state of the art).
- The first paragraph of a section or subsection should not be indented; subsequent paragraphs should be indented. There is no theoretical background section in this manuscript. But, you must input your theoretical background on Introduction section.
- Theoretical background contains previous theories as the basis of research and the temporary hypothesis. The theory can be in the form of scientific articles, articles in journals, textbooks, or other sources of scientific writing.
- This theory will be used to provide state of the art of your manuscript from research problems that have been proposed. Other theories that are still needed to solve the problem of research to support theories that are delivered after the theory of your research is discussed.
- After the theories are mentioned and discussed, you need to form a problem that show:
- why this manuscript is important,
- existing gaps,
- previous research and
- the purpose of the manuscript.
- Methods are the means used by the author to answer the existing research problem
- Provide sufficient detail methods to allow the work to be reproduced.
- Methods already published should be indicated by a reference: only relevant modifications should be described.
- must clear with the location and time of the research, the population and sample of the research, the research variables and the research data.
Results and Discussion
- Results should be clear and concise.
- Adequate discussion or comparison of the current results to the previous similar published articles is recommended to shows the positioning of the present research (if available).
- The discussion is presented systematically from general, then leads to the specific.
- Discussion must explore the significance of the results of the work
- Presentation of the research can be done with the help of tables, drawings/graphs, maps/plans, and schemes.
- Result and discussion of your manuscript also interconnected with your theory that used, included novelty of your manuscript about your research.
- Minimum of your explanation on this chapter is range 40% to 50% of your manuscript as a whole
- The main conclusion of the study may be presented in a short conclusions section, which may stand-alone. It should not repeat the results, instead provide significant findings and contribution of the study.
- To close this section, state some important limitations of research, followed by potential future research regarding the issue.
- Citation should be in following style: (Julio, 2018), (Ahmed & Saleh, 2017), (Gretz et al., 2017), (Fowler et al., 2018a; Fowler et al., 2018b), (Joe et al., 2014; Dexler, 2016; Adams, 2018).
- Meanwhile, references should be in APA style constructed with Mendeley. For more information, please check https://open.mendeley.com/use-citation-style/apa.
- Number of references should be more than 30 references which published within last 3-5 years.
- References from articles published by highly reputable (Scopus-indexed and WOS journals are preferred) 80% of the references is from primary sources/journal only references related to the theme of the writing may be referred and your reference can be accessed by anyone
Proofs and Copyright
Proofs will be sent by e-mail to the listed corresponding author. Any corrections must be returned within one week of receipt and should only cover typesetting errors. All corrections and the signed copyright form must be returned to us in one communication. Proofreading is solely the responsibility of the authors.
After publication, the Corresponding Author will receive one copy of the journal. The online published article can be freely accessed and downloaded from the website. Author Inquiry For further advice please contact: email@example.com