|Peer Review Process|
|Focus and Scope|
|Article Proccessing Charge|
|Open Access Policy|
- The submission is a critical review, idea, or empirical research focusing on Muslim society, which covers: a) Economic, b) Education, c) Communication, d) Islamic institution, e) customs or tradition in Islam community, f) Sociology, and g) Humaniora.
- The submission has not been previously published in full text or apart of it.
- Articles should be original, research-based, unpublished and not under review for possible publication in other journals, neither a compilation nor a translation.
- Manuscript should be typed in MS document format with Times New Roman, size 12 pts, one and a half space, bodynote, and A4 paper roughly 17 to 25 pages.
- It must be typed in Microsoft Word with RTF (Rich Text Format) or Doc. (Word Document) and sent to the redaction
- Three exemplars of a journal and a single printing will be given to the journal writers.
- There will not be a returning unpublished subscription.
- Title: The title of the article describes exactly the problem of the research. It needs appropriate diction; contains the main points, and arouses the readers curiosity. The article should be a research product and the title should show the connection between a variable which is used in the research. It consists between 5 to 15 words.
- Writer’s name: The name should be without any academic or non-academic degree. It is followed by the institution and its address and it is ended by email address
- Abstract and keywords: Abstract contains the problem of the research or aims of the research, with essay formal (not enumerative). Abstract is written in one space typing and it is narrower than the main text. Abstract should be completed by 3-5 keywords, terms that represent ideas or the main concept. The keywords are normally basic words. Meanwhile or some cases it may use a compound word or two-word formation, for example children development, developing country, etc
- Introduction: Introduction contains the things that attract the reader and it gives context for the problem. The introduction part should be ended with a short formula (1-2 sentences) about the main points that is discussed and the aims of the discussion
- Method: This part contains the methods that are used in there search. Methods consist of the explanation about kinds of research, research approach, and location of there search (for field research), data collecting method, and data analysis. The description is in narration form
- Content: This part contains the description, analysis, argumentation, and the writer’s point of view about the problem. For detail understanding, this part could be divided into some subtitles
- Conclusion: The conclusion part consists of short explanation or systematic and short answers of the problems. Normally, it is ended by suggestions or further possible research that might be done
- References: The list of references consists of references that are mentioned in the body of the article. The bibliography could be textbooks, journal articles, papers, laws, and other important and accurate documents