Author Guidelines

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Articles submitted to the Journal of Indonesia Road Safety must be submitted through an online submission system (please read the submission preparation checklist). Articles must have never been published or are being sent for submission to other journals. This is proven by filling in the author's statement or statement of originality and conveyed together when submitting the article. The letter can be downloaded in an additional file on the statement of originality.

Manuscripts must be written in accordance with the following structure of the Journal of Indonesia Road Safety:

  1. Title: Indonesian and English titles consist of about 10 words.
  2. Authors: The author's name and the institution must be written clearly.
  3. Abstract: It must be written clearly and concisely, consisting of the objectives and scope of the study, methods, results, and conclusions, no more than 150 words. References, images, tables are not allowed.
  4. Keywords: Consists of terms in Indonesian and English that can be used to search for articles.
  5. Introduction: Background, critically theoretical review, and research objectives, must be implicitly included in the introduction.
  6. Methods: All important methods, including variables, model development, and steps of analysis must be explained here.
  7. Results and Discussion: This section explains the results, illustrations, interpretations, generalization of results, and their relationship with previous related research.
  8. Conclusion: This briefly explains important findings from research and must be based on facts.
  9. References: References must be written as follows

JIRS uses Mendeley as a Reference Manager:

  1. Cross-references in the text must be consistent with the references, both for the author's name and the year of publication.
  2. Cross-references in the text are as follows: "(Year Author_Name)", or "Author_Name (Year)". The notation "&" is used instead of "and" to separate two authors from the same publication. For authors of more than 3, it must be written as "Author_Name1 et al. Year).
  3. References

Reference technical:

  1. Reference items must be written in the alphabetical form (A-Z) based on Author1_Name and year of publication.
  2. Similar authors must be fully written (do not use ----------)
  3. All authors must be completely written in the form "Family_Name Initial_Name. Year of publication. ..."
  4. References from books: "Author's name. Year. Book Title (italic). City: Publisher ".
  5. Reference from the journal: "Author's name. Year. Article title. Journal Title (italic). Vol./ None (thick): page.
  6. References from unpublished works (theses, reports, dissertations): "Author_name. Year. Job Title (italic). [type of work not published, name of institution]
  7. Reference from Internets: Author_name. Year. Paper Title (italic). Web_address [Date of access]