Ethical Guideline

Ethics publication are norms that must be obeyed by all authors who want to publish their scientific work in media publications. Basic norms in publication are: moral priority, scientific integrity, and honesty of authors. This means:
1. Morality: able to distinguish between good and evil behavior in writing.
2. Scientific Integrity: construct rules, natural, and scientific truth so as not to sacrifice himself for anything
3. Honestly: What writers do should be same as real objective conditions and not doing research or writing process that is indecent.

Ethical norms that must be held by authors who want to publish their scientific research on JPII (Jurnal Pendidikan Islam Indonesia) there are:
1. Authors must uphold scientific behavior, understand risks and benefits of their publications
2. Articles are not containing decent, such as: fabrication (made-up), falsification, plagiarism or auto-plagiarism, JPII have a right to not publish
3. Authors must attach a quote fairly in all statements, ideas, which are not result of author research.
4. Articles published is relevant to field of study JPII is the science of education and science of Islamic education
5. Articles published should not make happen any conflict with certain parties or have potential to disrupt society
6. All of authors are mentioned in articles published totally competent and have contributed significantly.
7. Writers forbidden to be double publish (double manuscript submission) will publish to other journals or publications in same time (simultaneous)
8. Part or all of articles published by JPII never published in any other publication without permission from author.
9. Articles whould be published original research results, ideas, or thoughts of authors.


General Requirements

1. Manuscript is result of field research (preferred) or study of theoretical / conceptual.
2. Manuscript has not been requested by other publisher in print media, electronic, mass, and others.
3. Writing articles notice Regulation of Minister of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia Number 50 Year 2015 concerning General Guidelines Indonesian Spelling.
4. Minimum length of the manuscript is 5000 words, typed on A4 size paper; spacing 1 line, Palatino Linotype font, font size 11, all margins 3 cm.
5. Citations typed in form innote / bodynote, example:
(Drucker, 2006: 121; Robbin, 2002: 6).
(Spradley, 1980: 74).
(Stake, 1995: 20).
Qur'anic references typed by rules:
(Q.S. [12] Yusuf: 1-7).
6. Style citation format using APA 6th, 2010.
7. Bibliography typed at finish paragraph, for example:
Drucker, P. F. (2006). Manajemen pasca kapitalis, penerjemah Tom Gunadi. Bandung: Angkasa.
Robbin, S. P. (2002). The truth about managing people and nothing but the truth. Canada: Prentice Hall.
Robbin, S. P. (1996). Organizational behavior: Concept, controversies, application. Canada: Prentice Hall.
Gall, M. D., Borg, W. R., & Gall, J. P. (1996). Educational research: An introduction. White Plains, NY: Longman.
Stake, R. E. (1995). The art of the case study. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Hariyanto, & Anjaryati, F. (2016, Oktober). Character Building: Telaah Pemikiran Ibnu Miskawaih tentang Pendidikan Karakter. Jurnal Pendidikan Islam Indonesia, 1(1), 115-122.

Special Requirements/Structure of Writing

Results of Field Research are:
1. Title succinct and straightforward (describe contents)
2. Full name without a title, name of campus where teaching, and Email address
3. Abstract written in English and Indonesia Language; a maximum of 190 words to load background (urgency) study theme, focus of research, insights and conclusions
4. Keywords describe content of script and written in Indonesian and English (maximum 10 words)
5. Introduction (contains information novelty, research questions, objectives, and benefits of research)
6. Discussion load approach and type of research, data collection techniques, data analysis and research results
7. Conclusion
8. Bibliography

Conceptual Study Results or Theoretical are:
1. Title succinct and straightforward (describe contents)
2. Full name without a title, name of campus where teaching, and Email address
3. Abstract written in English and Indonesia language; a maximum of 190 words to load background (urgency) study theme, focus of research, insights and conclusions
4. Keywords describe content of script and written in Indonesian and English (maximum 10 words)
5. Introduction (contains information novelty, research questions, objectives, and benefits of research)
6. Discussions consisted of headings and latter are result of study
7. Conclusion
8. Bibliography


Transliteration Guidelines

Arab-Latin transliteration guidelines following Joint Decree of Religious Affairs and Minister of Education and Culture No. 158 of 1987 - Number: 0543 b / u / 1987.