Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- Originality of the article . The submission is an original text that has not been published previously (partially or completely) and is not being reviewed by another scientific publication.
Compliance with formal criteria . The submission meets all of the following formal criteria of the Journal:
- An A4 size document shall be presented, with double spacing, Arial Font and 12 pt.
- The total number of words in the text will be between 5000 and 7,500. In this computation are considered the references and the tables, as well as the summary and the keywords. Particular attention will be paid to ensuring that the information corresponding to the abstract and the keywords is of the highest quality and follows an organized structure in accordance with good academic practices.
- The paper's abstract includes in English and Indonesian, with a maximum of 250 words as well as 6 keywords in two languages.
- The main document should NOT include the names of the authors. All metadata identifying the author will be removed from the document.
Compliance with structural criteria . The submission of the paper meets all the structural elements established by the Journal:
- The structure of the article must follow the IMRaD model: Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Discussion.
- If the results presented have been obtained through a project financed by public, private or mixed funds, the full reference to the project has been expressly indicated.
- Any acknowledgements should be included at the end of the document after the conclusions.
- The instructions have been followed to ensure anonymity both in text and in the metadata of the files.
- Notes should be included at the end of the document between Acknowledgements and References.
- If the paper is not presented in the required structure, you must state and justify the reasons for not using the aforesaid structure in a cover letter.
- Reviews shall be submitted in the following structure: Heading, body of the review, subheading (abstract or highlights of the review), signature (name and surname of the author of the review), and membership details.
Compliance with bibliographic criteria . The submission follows the Journal’s bibliographical reference standards:
- All bibliographical references shall follow the publication standards of Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition (Author-Date).
- Articles shall contain a DOI number is if they have one. It has been consistently proven that those not indicated are because they do not.
- Shortened URLs have been used in cases where the reference is available online and does not have DOI
- References have been included in the metadata including a line break between them to facilitate automated extraction
Fully completed author profile. All authors have fully completed their profile in all three languages of the journal, including:
- Current affiliation information (linked to the place where the research was carried out) following the scheme: Full name of the institution (Acronym), for example: Universitas Sumatera Utara (USU)
- ORCID identifier, following the complete URL scheme, for example: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1102-3144
- Bibliographic summary around 100 words, following the scheme Recommended: Full affiliation [position, name of the group (if applicable), or department (if applicable), center or institute (full name and acronym, if any), institution on which it depends, postal address, city, and country. Contact email]. Main research line / s. Remarkable reference of projects and publications.
- Fully completed metadata . All metadata of the article have been completed, in all two languages (English and Indonesia) following the indications established in the publication rules..
Compliance with Code of Ethics . The author / s subscribe with their submission the Code of Ethics of the publication Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala based on the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and Council of Science Editors (CSE) Editorial policy statements.
- Availability of research data . The availability of all the basic materials and resources that have been used for the development of the research and the results obtained, as detailed in the publication standards, has been indicated and cited, where appropriate.
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