Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines


  1. Manuscripts are guaranteed authenticity by the author and never aired in advance into other conferences, being published or has been published in any journal/proceedings.
  2. Contribution to the development of Sociology, Politics and English Language from the novelty of the findings/ideas/results of thought by prioritizing on the primary source and library resources referred to in the past 20 years.
  3. Manuscripts of empirical research or theoretical information and conceptual thinking are resulted by including propositions, arguments and research plans for proof. The sharpness of analysis and synthesis is critically undertaken.
  4. The manuscripts are written in a specified circumference rule and the editing team is required to revise the writing style with the note without changing the intent and quality of the manuscripts.
  5. Questionnaires and instruments. The text of the manuscript using the research with primary or experimental data should also be the questionnaire used.
  6. Authors are required to submit the results of the original data and files and stored in soft copy.
  7. The manuscripts are submitted online via ICoSoPH website at and accompanied by soft copy or file contents via email to; cc:, completed with curriculum vitae, correspondence address, affiliation, email, phone number/mobile.
  8. Possible results about the assessment of the manuscript can be:
    • Accepted without revision.
    • Accepted with improvements.
    • Rejected for not being eligible.



 A.       Writing Guidelines

  1. Manuscripts are written in good English. If the manuscripts are written in Bahasa Indonesia, there is additional charge for translation. Typed 1 place for abstract, 1 space for content and 1 place for reference. Written with Calibri font size 12pt and indent for paragraph is 1 cm.
  2. A4 (210 x 297 mm) paper size, one-column form format with page setup: top margin of 1”; bottom 1”; left 1.3”; and right 1”.
  3. The font size for the manuscript title is Calibri 12pt, with capital letters at the beginning of each word, bold and centered.
  4. After the title is followed by the author's name (without title) with Calibri 12pt, with capital letters at the beginning of each word, bold, and centered.
  5. Under the author's name is the origin of the institution or affiliation with Calibri 12pt, with capital letters at the beginning of each word, without bold, and centered.
  6. Under the origin of the institution or affiliation is the corresponding author’s email, with Calibri 12pt, italicized, and centered
  7. The size of the letters for the sub-sections in the manuscript is Calibri 12pt, with all capital letters of each word, bold, and left-handed and do not use running pens (bullets and numbering).
  8. Table writing. Each table comes with a data source. All table forms are like examples in the template. Writing table title above table with centered flat.
  9. Pictures writing. Write down the title of the image and graph below with the centered image or graph flat.


B.        Systematic Manuscripts

Systematic manuscript of research should be organized in the following order: Title; The author's identity (without title); Abstract; Keywords; Introduction (without sub-section); Methods; Results and Discussion; Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; and Appendices (if any).


C.        Format Manuscripts

  1. The Title. The title should be specific, effective and informative as measured from the writing assignment, not exceeding 12 English words (Indonesian words will be translated), so that one can comprehend comprehensively.
  2. The author's identity. It contains the name of the author (without title), origin of institution or affiliation and corresponding author’s email.
  3. Abstract. Abstract written between 150-250 words maximum, italicized in English. The abstract is not a summary consisting of several paragraphs. Abstract content includes research objectives, data/research objects, methods, results or conclusions.
  4. Keywords. Keywords are adjusting to the language in the manuscript. Keywords should be carefully selected and able to reflect the concepts/variables contained in the manuscript with five keywords.
  5. Introduction. It contains the background of the problem, the purpose of the study, state of the art (SOTA), research gap, novelty written in the form of flowing paragraphs.
  6. Methods. Methods contain the research design used (methods, data types, data sources, data collection techniques, data analysis techniques, measurement variables) written in the form of flowing paragraphs (not numbering).
  7. Results and Discussion. This part contains empirical research results or systematic, systematic, critical, and informative theoretical studies. Use of tables, images etc. only as supporters who clarify the discussion and are limited only to really substantial supporters, such as statistical test tables, model test results etc. The discussion of results is argumentative regarding the relevance of results, theories, past research and empirical facts found, and shows novel findings.
  8. Conclusion. It contains conclusions with widespread rendering of brief and clear research results, demonstrating the clarity of discovery contributions, the creation of new theories and the possibility of future research development. The theoretical and practical implications written in paragraphs flow.
  9. References. The degree of material refinement referred to in the last 10 years. The list of expected referrals is 80% of primary sources derived from national and international research articles. The higher the referenced primary libraries, the more quality articles written with self-referenced. The literature that is written is really the one referred to in the manuscript and arranged alphabetically.

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