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Equality : Journal of Islamic Law (EJIL) Writing Guidelines

 The article

  1. Does not contain plagiarism elements and has maximum similarity index at 25%. (Please attach the similarity index check result to the supplementary files column)
  2. Never and is not being published in another journal.
  3. Written in Indonesian or English.
  4. Submitted via

A. The article substance and systematics

Articles published in Equality : Journal of Islamic Law (EJIL) are articles that study a problem related to Law, Sharia (Islamic law) and Society. The elements that must exist in the articles are: 1) title, 2) author's name, institution name, and e-mail address, 3) abstract and keywords, 4) introduction, 5) method 6) results and discussion, 7) conclusions, and 8) Bibliography.

B. Writing style

Papers published in Equality : Journal of Islamic Law (EJIL) have a writing style as followed:

  1. A received article is an article that written using the MS Word program, A4 paper, in 15 to 20 pages, with one point spaces and using Candara 11 pt font.
  2. The article title is written specifically and effectively, with a maximum of 15 Indonesian or English words.
  3. Author's names and institutions.  The author's names should be accompanied by the author's institutions, e-mail addresses, without any academic titles and job titles.
  4. The abstract is the essence of the paper, written in one paragraph, using Indonesian and English, and a maximum of 150-250 words. The abstract is made in one paragraph which consists of the background, objective, research methods, results, and conclusions.
  5. Keywords consist of 3 to 5 keywords that reflect the concepts written in the paper.
  6. Introduction consisting of background, literature review (to arrange the state of the art), purpose, and problem formulation
  7. Method. This section covers the design and subject of research, data collection, research procedures, and technical analysis.
  8. Results and Discussion. This section consists of the analysis of recent data, testing hypotheses, and answering research questions, and findings. The discussion involved interpretation of results, comparisons with research and other theories, and the implications of the results of the study.
  9. Conclusion. This section contains the research conclusions and suggestions made based on the findings, shown to certain points with operational advice in short paragraphs.
  10. Reference. Provides literature information used in articles with 80% of primary and current literature (from journal articles and research) and 20% textual citations (maximum of the last 5 years).
  11. The applied tables and graphs must be accompanied by the source and numbering.
  12. Footnote and bibliography use Equality : Journal of Islamic Law (EJIL) writing guidelines.
  13. The Indonesian or English language used in Equality : Journal of Islamic Law (EJIL) is good and correct Indonesian or English.

C. Footnote style

The applied footnote system in Asy-Syari'ah is the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition (Full note) and uses reference management tools Mendeley/Zotero/Endnote).

D. Bibliography

Bibliography in Equality : Journal of Islamic Law (EJIL) is arranged alphabetically based on the cited author's last name. The format for writing a bibliography follows the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition (Full note).

E. Arab to Latin Transliteration

The transliteration guidelines used in this journal refer to the Joint Decree of the Ministry of Religion and the Ministry of Education and Culture No. 158/1987 and Number 0543b / U / 1987. for further detail.