Author Guidelines

Journal of Management and Culture is a scientific journal that is guided by the systematic publication of journals in general, namely that the manuscript is examined by a Board of Editors who are competent in their respective fields before proceeding to the next process. This journal accepts scientific articles in the form of research results, ideas, and conceptions in science and technology in the field of management and cultural studies. Journal Article Writing Guidelines can be downloaded in the journal template, and can be used directly without having to be rearranged by the author, with the following format:

  1. The body layout of the article must be arranged in one column. This document is prepared in a format that should be used by every author in their articles. Each article submitted must comply with the specifications below in order to maintain the quality of the journal's appearance;
  • A4 paper size (21 cm x 29.7 cm)
  • On page 1, the top margin (the distance between the top edge of the paper and the top of the first line of the title) is 4.0 cm. While on page 2 and so on, the top margin is 3.0 cm.
  • Left, bottom and right margins for all article pages are 2.5 cm.
  • The header distance from the edge of the paper is 1.5 cm, while the footer is 2 cm.
  • The number of pages for each article is between 10-15 pages or the equivalent of 4000-7000 words.
  • This writing guide file already uses the recommended standard writing rules and formats, so it can be directly used as a template, or please use a journal template.
  1. While the provisions for letters and paragraphs The font used is Book Antiqua for all styles. The font size that must be used in articles is 18 pt bold (for titles), 11 pt (for author names), 10 pt (for affiliations, and email addresses), 9 pt italic (for abstracts and keywords), 10 pt (for bodies). text and section and sub-section titles), and 8 pt (for headers and footers). Mathematical formulas should be 10 point Equations (Insert Equation tab menu), with slightly smaller subscripts and superscripts (9 points).
  2. The title is written in the center (centered) at the top of the first page. The author's name (without title) is placed below the title, followed by the first author's affiliation and email address, all centered. While the name of the correspondent is written in the first footnote. The abstract must be written in the middle (centered) after the author's identity, with a size of 9 pt and written in two languages, namely Indonesian and English (italic). The English abstract is written after the Indonesian abstract. The maximum number of words in an abstract is 150-200 words. Keywords are listed after the abstract, totaling between 3 to 4 (four) keywords written in 10 point italic font (italic) delimited by (; ) and arranged alphabetically to indicate the subject matter of your article, as well as for indexing purposes. The left and right margins of the abstract are 4 cm (1 cm indented from the page margin).
  3. The author must send the manuscript of the article in two files, namely (1) in one file, complete with the author's name, affiliation, e-mail address and correspondence for the editorial board; and (2) one file without including the author's name for the peer-review process. If there are other files from the main article manuscript or supporting data, the author can also send them as supporting files.
  4. Furthermore, the article manuscript must contain the following sections in this order:

Title: The title of the article in Indonesian must describe the main content of the manuscript, be informative, concise, global in nature and not too wordy (only 12-15 words), and not contain formulas.

Writer's name; Full name without academic degree and title, written in capital letters. Manuscripts written by groups need to be accompanied by complete contact details. Affiliate name for each author. Each author's name must include an Orcid ID number, full affiliation, full address, zip code number, and email address. Especially for the author as a correspondence, the first footnote must be written.

Abstract; Written briefly in English and Indonesian in one paragraph of 150-200 words, contains background, research objectives, methodology, results, research conclusions and your research contribution to science.

Keywords; Written in Indonesian 3-5 words or groups of words, written in alphabetical order and separated by (; ).

Introduction; Explain the background which includes the problem/issue/phenomena, the importance of the research, a brief literature review that is directly related to the research or previous findings that need to be developed, and ends with a paragraph of research objectives. The introduction is presented in the form of a paragraph of about 1000 words.

Literature Reviews; Briefly describe the main or supporting theory references used both sources from relevant references as well as research results from accredited or reputable journal articles.

Method; Clearly describe the approach and type of research used. Research methods and data analysis. Explain using Sub; approaches and types, Instruments, Data Collection, Data Analysis.

Results and Discussion; With a quantitative approach, well-prepared tables and or figures should be an important feature of this section, as they convey key observations to the reader. Any information provided in tables and figures should no longer be repeated in the text, but the text should focus on the importance of the main research findings. In general, journal papers contain three to seven figures and tables. The same data cannot be presented in the form of tables and figures.

In a qualitative approach, it must present clear findings data according to research problems based on field observations (field notes), interview results and or documentation review results.

Furthermore, the research results are discussed to answer the problem formulation, research objectives and hypotheses and or research findings. It is highly recommended that the discussion be focused on why and how the research findings may occur and to extend the research findings to be applied to other relevant issues.

Conclusion; Conclusions must be drawn based on research findings, problem formulation and research objectives. Conclusions are presented in one paragraph without any form of numerical expression. Describe the contribution of your research to previous research and/or the advancement of knowledge in Mathematics education.

Acknowledgment (if any)

Contributors; contributors who are not named as authors must be acknowledged, and their specific contributions must be explained. All sources of funding for the work must be identified, both research funders and grant numbers (if any) must be given for each source of funds. (If there are)

Reference; Manuscripts are written using standard citation applications (Mendeley/Endnote/Zotero). APA (American Psychological Association) reference style is required. References of at least 20 with references from the last 10 years in both relevant books and articles; 70% from journal articles and 30% from other reference sources.

Ex. References

Book Reference:

Borisoff, D. & Victor, D.A. (1998). Conflict Management: A Communication Skills Approach. Needham Heights: Allyn & Bacon, A Viacom Company. 78-80.

John W. Creswell, (2010). research design; Qualative, Quantitative and Mix Approaches (trj) (Yogyakarta: Pustaka Students

Karl Aubrey & Alison Riley. (2022). Understanding and Using Educational Theories. SAGE Publications

Miles, Matthew B. (2014). Qualitative data analysis: a method sourcebook. third edition. (Thousand Oaks:Sage Publications), 31-33

Wentzel, K. R. (2017). “Peer relationships, motivation, and academic performance at school” in Handbook of competence and motivation: Theory and application eds. A. J. Elliot, C. S. Dweck and D. S. Yeager (The Guilford Press), 586–603.

Journal Reference:

Azizurrahman, A., Sabri, M., & Munir, M. (2023). PENGARUH BUDAYA RELIGIUS TERHADAP KECERDASAN EMOSIONAL SISWA DI MAN 2 LOMBOK TIMUR. Journal of Management and Culture3(1), 43–58.


Mark H. Davis, Michael B. Schoenfeld, Elizabeth J. Flores, (2018). Predicting conflict acts using behavior and style measures,” International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 29 Issues: 1,

Parmer, L. (2018). Relationships between philosophical values and conflict management styles. International Journal of Conflict Management, 29(2), 236–252.

Reference book review articles from journals

Berkowitz, L., & Devine, P. G. (1997). In Search of Basic Principles in Social Psychology (Book). Psychological Inquiry, 8(4), 355–359. doi:10.1207/s15327965pli0804_14

Proceeding Reference:

Online Source Reference: (Not allowed unless it comes from a raw source)

Submission Requirements

You must read and complete the requirements for the items below before proceeding with submitting a manuscript;

  • Submission has not been previously published, nor has it been before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in the Comments to Editors).
  • Submission files are in OpenOffice document file format, Microsoft Word, or RTF.
  • Where available, a URL for reference has been provided.
  • The text is typed according to the journal template and the provisions in the Author Guidelines.
  • The text complies with the stylistic and bibliographical requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.