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  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
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  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines


           1.  Articles must be original, the results of their own work, have never been published in other media, and are
                not in the process of being considered for publication in other media;
           2.  The theme of the article contains the results of research or ideas (conceptual) about maritime safety, study
                and engineering sciences maritime, maritime education and training;
           3.  Articles written in Indonesian or English on A4 size paper, in 2 column format (except abstract, font 11pt),
                single spaced, using Times New Roman font size 12pt;
           4.  Arrangement of research articles; 
           5.  Title (capital letters, bold, font 14);
           6.  Author's name (maximum 3 people);
           7.  Position and author's institution;
           8.  Abstract (in English or Indonesian, contains information about the objectives, methods and conclusions, a
                maximum of 150 words, one column , single spaced, italic);
           9.  Keywords (3-5 keywords, taken from the title or abstract);
         10.  Introduction (contains background of the problem, literature review / foundation teo ri, and research
                problems / objectives, a maximum of 30% of articles);
         11.  Research methods (containing research types / approaches, subjects / populations / samples, data collection
                and analysis methods);
         12.  Results and discussion;
         13.  Conclusions and suggestions;
         14.  Bibliography (only contains references referred to or quoted);
         15.  References / libraries use a direct referral system, placed in brackets, by including the author's last name,
                 year of publication, and page,

                for example: Joseph(2008: 25) or (Joseph, 2008: 25). In the case of multiple references or more sources are
                written sequentially based on an earlier publication year, using the semicolom sign [;] as a separato between
                authors, for example: (Yusuf, 2000: 25; Formen, 2001: 27; Muhammad, 2002: 24);
         16.  Bibliography is arranged based on the author's last name. The author's first and middle name are
                 abbreviated (using initials, for example: Amin Yusuf, written by  Yusuf, A.), and by including information on
                 the year of publication, publication title (in italics), the city where the publisher is and the name of the
                 publisher. Sources in the form of a journal include the author's name, year of publication, article title, journal
                 name, volume (if any) edition, and page. If the source is in the form of an internet source, the url address
                 and date of access are included.


           1.  Book
Abdillah. 2005. Multicultural Intercourse. Semarang: Sinar Publishing
Foucault, M. 1972. The Archeology Of Knowledge. London: Tavistock

           2.  Journal Article
Alan, L. (1988). Rethinking Childhood. Acta Sociologica. 31 (1). 53-67

           3.  Electronic / Internet sources

Stone, J.E (1996). Developmentalism and Observation but Pervasive Restriction of Educational Improvement. Educational Policy Analysis Archives. 4. 1-32. Accessed October 18, 2007 from http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v4n8.html

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