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Author Guidelines

This template is designed to assist Author in preparing manuscript; it is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor (downloadable at: Template). To use this template, please just Save As this MS Word file to your document, then copy and paste your document here. All papers submitted to the journal should be written in Indonesian language.

Jurnal Wawasan Yuridika (JWY) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Sekolah Tinggi Hukum Bandung biannually in March and September . The aims of this journal is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers and practitioners for publishing the original research articles or review articles. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Jurnal Wawasan Yuridika (JWY) is available in print and online version.

The aims of this journal is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers and practitioners for publishing the original research articles or review articles. The scope of the articles published in this journal deal with a broad range of topics, including: criminal law, business law, civil law, administrative law, Islamic Law, constitutional law, international law, Customary Law, Economic Law, Human Rights Law, and another section related contemporary issues in law.

MANUSCRIPT FORMAT

Articles are written with a number of pages between 15 to 25 pages (or around 5000 to 7500 words) using Palatino Linotype 11 font with 1.5 spaces on A4 paper with top, right, bottom, and left margins of 2.5 cm each. Use MS Word 2016.

Issued Systematics: Title, Author Name (without title), Name of Institution / Author Institution, Email Author, Abstract (in English and Indonesian), Keywords, INTRODUCTION (including problem formulation), RESEARCH METHODS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION, REFERENCES.

Title

The article title is specific, effective, clear and no more than 15 words (Palatino Linotype Font 14pt, Bold, Left, Space 1).

Author's Full Name (without title, Palatino Linotype font 11pt, Bold, Left, Space 1)

Institution / Institution Name (Palatino Linotype font 11pt, Left, Space 1)

E-mail: (Palatino Linotype font 11pt, Left, Space 1)

Abstract

Abstract is written between 100-150 words, in two languages, i.e. Indonesian and English. Abstract contents explicitly contain: a brief background (just one sentence, may not exist), research objectives, research methods, and a summary of research results. Abstract is written 1 paragraph (font Palatino Linotype 9pt, Justify, space 1).

Keywords

Consists of 3 to 5 words. Written in alphabetical order. Between keywords separated by semicolons (;).

A. INTRODUCTION

The introduction must be clear which contains brief information about the background of the problem that contains: what was studied, why it was examined, for what was studied, and how it was solved. At the end of the paragraph, state the purpose of the study.

B. RESEARCH METHODS

The research method contains the following: research specifications, type of research, research methods, approach methods, data collection techniques, and data analysis methods. The research method is written descriptively.

C. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Results and discussion contain a description of the analysis of research results to provide answers / solutions to the research problem. If there are details in accordance with the problems discussed, then you can use the writing sub-section as follows.

1. Sub Chapter (Palatino Linotype 11 font, Bold, Uppercase letter at the beginning of each word)

In the Sub chapter, avoid using dot points, dedication, or numbering as follows.

      1.    ….

      2.    ….

      3.    ….

It should be written as follows: (1) ....; (2) ....; (3) ...

Articles are written in essay form, so there are no numeric or alphabetical formats that separate chapters / sections, or to mark new chapters / sections. Tables and pictures / graphics are only found in the discussion.

D. CONCLUSION

The concluding statement contains conclusions which are short answers to the problems discussed. Conclusions are not made by points but in the form of paragraphs.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Bibliography must be written in the style of the Chicago Manual of Style System, with a distance of one space, using Palatino Linotype 11pt font. Please use the Application Reference Manager such as EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, etc. (Recommended by Mendeley and Zotero). All sources cited in the text must be included as bibliography, arranged alphabetically.

BOOKS

1. One Author

Footnote:

1     A. Widiada Gunakaya, Pengantar Hukum Indonesia (Bandung: STHB Press, 2015), hlm. 8.

2     Malcolm N. Shaw, International Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), p. 5.

Note: pages in the Indonesian article footnote is abbreviated to "hlm", while pages in the English article footnote, "p." if using 1 page, and "pp." If more than 1 page.

Bibliography:

Gunakaya, A. Widiada. Pengantar Hukum Indonesia. Bandung: STHB Press, 2015.

Shaw, Malcolm N. International Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

2. Two Authors

Footnote: 

3     Muladi dan Dwidja Priyatno, Pertanggungjawaban Pidana Korporasi, Ed. Revisi (Jakarta: Predana Media Grup, 2010), hlm. 5.

4     Hilaire McCoubrey and Nigel D. White, Textbook on Jurisprudence, 2nd ed. (London: Blackstone Press Limited, 1996), p. 50.

Bibliography:

Muladi dan Dwidja Priyatno. Pertanggungjawaban Pidana Korporasi. Ed. Revisi. Jakarta: Predana Media Grup, 2010.

McCoubrey, Hilaire, and Nigel D. White. Textbook on Jurisprudence. 2nd ed. London: Blackstone Press Limited, 1996.

3. More Than 3 Authors

Footnote:

5     Mariam Darus Badrulzaman et al., Kompilasi Hukum Perikatan: Dalam Rangka Memperingati Memasuki Masa Purna Bakti Usia 70 Tahun (Bandung: Citra Aditya Bakti, 2001).hlm. 10.

6     Richard M Buxbaum et al., European Economic and Business Law: Legal and Economic Analyses on Integration and Harmonization (Germany: Walter de Gruyter, 1996).p.280.

Bibliography:

Badrulzaman, Mariam Darus, Sutan Remy Sjahdeini, Heru Soepraptomo, Faturrahman Djamil, and Taryana Soenandar. Kompilasi Hukum Perikatan: Dalam Rangka Memperingati Memasuki Masa Purna Bakti Usia 70 Tahun. Bandung: Citra Aditya Bakti, 2001.

Buxbaum, Richard M, Gérard Hertig, Alain Hirsch, and Klaus J Hopt. European Economic and Business Law: Legal and Economic Analyses on Integration and Harmonization. Germany: Walter de Gruyter, 1996.

4. Collection of writings in books

Footnote:

7    Mardjono Reksodipoetro, ‘Konsep Diskriminasi Dalam Perspektif  Filsafat Hukum’, ed. Sri Rahayu Oktoberina and Niken Savitri, Butir-Butir Pemikiran Dalam Hukum; Memperingati 70 Tahun Prof. Dr. B. Arief Sidharta, S.H. (Bandung: Refika Aditama, 2008).hlm. 108.

Bibliography:

Reksodipoetro, Mardjono. ‘Konsep Diskriminasi Dalam Perspektif Filsafat Hukum’. Edited by Sri Rahayu Oktoberina and Niken Savitri. Butir-Butir Pemikiran Dalam Hukum; Memperingati 70 Tahun Prof. Dr. B. Arief Sidharta, S.H. Bandung: Refika Aditama, 2008.

ARTICLES

1. Printed Journal Article

Footnote: 

8    Bonarsius Saragih, ‘Berkeadilan Yang Dilakukan Oleh Polri (Telaah Filsafat Hukum)’, Jurnal Wawasan Hukum Vol 22, No. 1 (Februari 2010). hlm. 33

Bibliography:

Saragih, Bonarsius. ‘Berkeadilan Yang Dilakukan Oleh Polri (Telaah Filsafat Hukum)’. Jurnal Wawasan Hukum Vol. 22, No. 1 (2010).

2. Online Journal Article

Footnote:

9    Andri Gunawan Wibisana, ‘Equity and the Global Policy on Climate Change : A Law And Economic Perspective’, Indonesia Law Review 2, no. 3 (2012): 62–69, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1742/ilrev.v2n3.23.

Bibliography:

Wibisana, Andri Gunawan. ‘Equity and the Global Policy on Climate Change: A Law And Economic Perspective’. Indonesia Law Review 2, no. 3 (2012): 62–69. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1742/ilrev.v2n3.23.

NEWSPAPER

Footnote:

10 Giri Ahmad Taufik, ‘Freeport Dan Posisi Hukum RI’, Kompas, 20 March 2017.hlm. 6.

Bibliography:

Taufik, Giri Ahmad. ‘Freeport Dan Posisi Hukum RI’. Kompas, 20 March 2017.

UNDERGRADUATE THESIS / THESIS / DISSERTATION

Footnote:

11  Bonarsius Saragih, ‘Kebijakan Pengawasan Terhadap Kepolisian Negara Republik Indonesia (Polri) Sebagai Penegak Hukum Yang Profesional Dalam Perspektif Sistem Peradilan Pidana, Disertasi Pada Program Doktor Ilmu Hukum Program Pascasarjana Universitas Katolik Parahyangan’ (Bandung: UNPAR, 2015).hlm. 100.

Bibliography:

Saragih, Bonarsius. ‘Kebijakan Pengawasan Terhadap Kepolisian Negara Republik Indonesia (Polri) Sebagai Penegak Hukum Yang Profesional Dalam Perspektif Sistem Peradilan Pidana, Disertasi pada Program Doktor Ilmu Hukum Program Pascasarjana Universitas Katolik Parahyangan’. Bandung: UNPAR, 2015.

INTERNET ARTICLE

Footnote:

12 Bulent Gokay, “The 2008 World Economic Crisis: Global Shifts and Faultlines,” http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-2008-world-economic-crisis-global-shifts-and-faultlines/12283, diakses tanggal 19 November 2009.

Bibliography:

Gokay, Bulent. “The 2008 World Economic Crisis: Global Shifts and Faultlines”. http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-2008-worldeconomic-crisis-global-shifts-and-faultlines/12283. Accessed 19 November 2009.

LEGISLATION

Footnote:

13 Pasal 5 ayat (2) Undang-undang Nomor 25 Tahun 2007 tentang Penanaman Modal.

Bibliography:

Indonesia, Undang-undang Nomor 25 Tahun 2007 tentang Penanaman Modal.

COURT DECISION

Footnote

14 Mahkamah Agung Republik Indonesia, “Putusan Nomor 3215 K/PDT/2001.” hlm. 34.

Bibliography:

Mahkamah Agung Republik Indonesia, “Putusan Nomor 3215 K/PDT/2001.”

INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT

Footnote

15  Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, New York, 10 June 1958, United Nations Treaty Series, Vol. 330, No. 4739, art. 3.

Bibliography:

Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, New York, 10 June 1958, United Nations Treaty Series, Vol. 330, No. 4739.

Some Abbreviations in Footnotes:

1. Ibid., (From the Latin word ibidem, meaning in the same place or the same as above). This abbreviation is used to designate the same previous source or the source above it. If the page is the same, then only the abbreviation Ibid is used. Without following the page number. Whereas if the page is different, then after the abbreviation Ibid., the page number is included. This abbreviation is typed in italics.

2. op.cit., (From the Latin word opere citato, meaning the work (opus) quoted). The abbreviation op.cit, is used to designate the previous source, but the source has been interspersed by other sources and from different pages. The abbreviation op.cit, always starts with the name of the author followed by the page number. This abbreviation is typed in italics.

3. loc.cit, (dari kata Latin loco citato, artinya pada tempat (locus) yang telah dikutip. Penggunaannya sama dengan singkaan op.cit., digunakan untuk menunjuk sumber sebelumnya, akan tetapi sumber tersebut telah diselingi oleh sumber lain dan dari halaman yang sama.

Examples of Application Abbreviations in Footnotes:

1 Budiono Kusumohamidjojo, A Fair Problematic Order of Legal Philosophy (Jakarta: Grasindo, 1999), p. 148.

Footnote number 2 is equal to number 1 and the page is the same:

2    Ibid.

Footnote number 3 is equal to number 2, but the page is different:

3    Ibid., hlm. 150.

Footnote number 4:

4    Hans-Rimbert Hemmer et al., Negara Berkembang dalam Proses Globalisasi: Untuk atau Buntung? (Jakarta: Konrad Adeneuer Stiftung Office, tanpa tahun terbit), hlm. 11.

Footnote number 5:

5    I.J. Becklet dalam Mochtar Mas’oed, Ekonomi Politik Internasional dan Pembangunan (Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar, 1994), hlm. 11.

Footnote number 6:

6    Donald A. Ball dan Wendell H. McCulloch, Bisnis Internasional, (Buku Satu), terj. Syahrizal Noor (Jakarta: Salemba Empat, 2000), hlm. 78.

Footnote number 7 is equal to number 1, but the page is different:

7    Budiono Kusumohamidjojo, op.cit., hlm. 200.

Footnote number 8 is equal to number 7:

8    Ibid.

Footnote number 9 is equal to number 6 and the page is the same:

9    Donald A. Ball dan Wendell H. McCulloch, loc.cit.

Footnote number 10:

10  Sudargo Gautama, Soal-soal Aktual Hukum Perdata Internasional (Bandung: Alumni, 1981), hlm. 7.

Footnote number 11:

11  “Nilai  Investasi  PMA Anjlok 60 Persen,”  Kompas (23 Mei 2002), hlm. 1.

Footnote number 12:

12  Sudargo Gautama, Kapita Selecta Hukum Perdata Internasional (Bandung: Alumni, 1983), hlm. 42.

Footnote number 13 is equal to number 11:

13  Kompas, loc.cit.

Footnote number 14 is equal to number 12:

14  Sudargo Gautama, Kapita ... op.cit., hlm. 52.

Footnote number 15 is equal to number 10 and the page is the same:

15  Sudargo Gautama,  Soal ... loc.cit.

Footnote number 16:

16  Sumantoro (ed.), Hukum Ekonomi (Jakarta: UI Press, 1986), hlm. 10.

Footnote number 17 is equal to number 12, and the page is different:

17  Sudargo Gautama, Kapita ... op.cit., hlm. 60.

Footnote number 18 is equal to number 1, and the page is different:

18  Budiono Kusumohamidjojo, op.cit., hlm. 140.

Footnote number 19 is equal to number 11:

19  Kompas, loc.cit.

Footnote number 20 is equal to number 19 and the page is the same:

20  Ibid.

 

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