Author Guidelines

Articles written in Asasi: Journal of Islamif Family Law include scientific papers on Islamic family law and contemporary civil law studies, which include studies on marriage, inheritance, waqf, and gender and children studies. Several forms of research results that can be published in this journal, literature studies, field studies, conceptual, and studies with a social approach and a legal study approach.
The following are the provisions for writing articles in the Asasi Journal: Journal of Islamic Family Law:
  1. Manuscripts must be scientific in the form of conceptual ideas or research results;
  2. Manuscripts must be original and have never been published in any media;
  3. Manuscripts must be written in Indonesian or English, on A4 sized paper, 1.5 spacing, about 13-25 pages;
  4. Manuscripts are sent directly through the OJS Asasi Journal: Journal of Islamic Family Law;
  5. The author must complete the data fields available in the OJS account;
  6. We recommend using the available journal templates;
  7. The author must be willing to follow the editing process set by the Editor;
  8. Authors must write references in the style of the Chicago Manual 17th Edition and are advised to use the Zotero or Mendeley applications;
Manuscript Preparation Guidelines
Manuscript structure
  1. Title. The title should be short, bright and informative, but not longer than 15 words. It has to be precise with the problem being discussed. The title of the article does not contain uncommon abbreviations. The main idea should be written down first and followed by an explanation.
  2. Author's name and institution. The author's name must be accompanied by the author's institution, institutional address, and email address, without academic degrees and positions.
  3. Abstract. Abstract written in English. The abstract is made in one paragraph consisting of background, objectives, research methods, results, conclusions and keywords (3-5 phrases).
  4. Introduction. The introduction must contain (briefly and sequentially) the general background and state of the art, the main research problems and research methods. At the end of the introduction, the purpose of writing the article must be stated.
  5. Results and Discussion. This section consists of research results and how they are discussed. The results obtained from research must be supported by sufficient data. The results of the research and its findings must be the answer, or the research hypothesis stated earlier in the introduction. The following components should be included in the discussion: How do your results relate to the original question or objectives outlined in the Introduction (what/how)? Do you provide a scientific interpretation of any results or findings you present (why)? Are your results consistent with what other investigators have reported (what else)? Or is there a difference?
  6. Conclusion. Conclusions must address the research objectives and research findings. Closing should not only contain repetition of results and discussion or abstract. You must also suggest future research and indicate ongoing research.
  7. Reference. References listed in the Bibliography only contain sources referred to or listed in the article. Please use a Reference Manager Application such as EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, etc. Reference sources must provide 80% of journal articles, proceedings, or research results from the last five years. The bibliography writing technique uses a citation system a la Chicago Manual 17th Edition.