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Author Guidelines

NOTES FOR CONTRIBUTORS
1. Historia encourages systematic study and research in history education and history.Articles sent to the editor should be research-based, expert comment and analysis on
the key issues on history and history education and its various aspects.
2. The writer has responsible to the content of the text that he/she wrote. The
correspondence about the text addressed to the writer by showing the institution,or
the address of institution, and or the email address of the writer.
3. Articles should be addressed to Editor, International Journal of History Education, the Association of History Educators and Researcher, Jalan Cipaku II No 3, Bandung,Indonesia, 40154, or Department of History, Indonesia University of Education (UPI),Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung, Indonesia, in 40154. The editorial staff welcomes
articles in the form of electronic copy on compact disks or sent the articles via e-mail. Prospective authors are able to send articles to historia_wildan@yahoo.com or our
official website: www.jurnal.upi.edu/historia and www.journalhistoria.com.
4. The text arranged by the program of Microsoft Word in the A4 papers (on side), and each sheds were paged from the 15 to the 30 pages (including its references). The font that used in the text is Georgia with the size 11 except the title using 16 by the capital latter. The whole text using the margin 2,5 each sides. The texts are sent to thepublisher in the soft copy and hard copy formats; Citation takes the following form:
“…” (Sjamsuddin, H., 2009: 120);
5. The text that was written in the Bahasa Indonesia and English should be including
the abstract in the English and as contrary with the number of the letter from 150 up
to 200. The key words should be describing the whole content of the text minimum
three words.
6. Abstract and its key words are included;
7. Attach a data mentioning author’s current profession, postal as well as e-mail/home/
office addresses.
8. The text will be judged by three criteria such us the validity of the content, the
originality, and the relevance of the text with the aim of the journal.
9. The text enable to be written in the Indonesia or in English.
10. The title of the text must be written explicitly, but give such complete information
that describes the content of the text.
11. The texts are sent to the email address historia_wildan@yahoo.com lately on April
(for June edition) and October (for December).
12. The confirmation of the texts will be published or not lately two weeks after the texts
were received from the email.
13. Authors of published articles will get 2 (two) exemplars of the journal. Unpublished
articles will not be returned, except on written requests from the author.
14. The system of writing:
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• Title (brief, clear and interesting
• Name of the Author
• Abstract and its key words
• Introduction
• Sub title
• Sub title
• Sub title (adjusted as needed)
• Closing (conclusion and recommendation)
• References (contains literature cited in the text)
• The conceptual systematic and the result of thinking, scientific-argumentative and
logic
15. The source of references should be newest literatures (10-15 years last) and ultimately
the primer sources such as articles of the research in the journal or scientific magazine
or the research reports.
16. The list of references (bibliography arranged by following the example bellow, and
it should be systemized based of the name of writer alphabetically). The texts bellow
are the examples of the source of literature.
(a) Books
Giddens, A. (1990). The Consequences of Modernity. Cambridge: Polity Press
(b) The collection of articles
David, R. and Maryono. (eds.). (2004). Penelitian Pendidikan Sejarah. (2nd. edition, 1st
printed). Lembaga Penelitian UPI: Bogor.
(c) Article in the collection of articles
Hoffman, D. (2010). “History Education”. In Weiner, S. (Ed.). Education (pp. 2-22).
Bandung: SC Publication
(d) Article in Journal of Magazine
Schutz, A. (2000). Teaching Freedom, Postmodern Perspectives. in Review of
Educational Research, Summer, 2000, Vol. 70, No. 2, pp. 215-251. .
(e) Article in the Formal Document or from the Government
KLH. (1997). Undang-Undang Nomor 23 Tahun 1997 Tentang Pengelolaan Lingkungan
Hidup. The Minister of Biotical Environment of Indonesian Republic: Jakarta.
(f) Translated books
Creswell, J.W. (2005). Design Penelitian Kombinasi. Translated by Hutami. Penerbit
ombak: Yogyakarta..
(g) Paper, Thesis, Dissertation, And research report
Fauzi, W.I. (2010). Sastra dalam Pembelajaran Sejarah. Thesis. Magister Program of
Indonesia University of Education, Bandung.
(h) The paper of Socialization, Training, Workshop etc.
Fauzi, W.I. (2010). Peran Sastra dalam Pembelajaran Sejarah. The paper presented in
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Seminar Nasional Pendidikan Sejarah. Indonesia University of Education, Bandung,
August, 15th-16th 2011.
(i) Proceeding
Fauzi, W.I. (2010). Peran Sastra dalam Pembelajaran Sejarah. Proceedings of the
2th Annual Meeting of the History Education Lecture. Isola Resort-Bandung, 11-12
January 2011. 211-234.
(j) article from internet (discussion material)
Supriatna, N. (2010). Ecopedagogy. http://upi.edu/article.html. Acceded at Januari
15th 2011.
(k) article and nest from newspaper of magazine
Fauzi, W.I. July 31st (2011). Etnopedagodi dan Perannya dalam Pembelajaran Sejarah.
PIKIRAN RAKYAT 12 pages.
17. The arrangement of the system writing of the text, size of the font, the type, and the
shape of the text by following the examples bellow:
The Title of Writing (Georgia 16)
Name of Writer (georgia 12)1
*email: (georgia 9)
ABSTRACT (georgia 12)
Place to write abstract (1 paragraph, English of Bahasa Indonesia) (georgia 12)
Key Words: Key Word, Key Word, Key Words (three words minimum) (georgia 12)
1. Introduction (georgia 11/bold)
Main Text (georgia 11)
2. Experiment Part/Methodology (georgia 11/bold)
Main Text (georgia 11)
3. Result and Explanation (georgia 11/bold)
Main Text (georgia 11)
4. Conclution and Recommendation (georgia 11/bold)
Main Text (georgia 11

 

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