Kunuz: Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance is a publication forum for scientific journals related to Islamic banking and finance. The manuscripts sent to the editor of the Kunuz: Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance will be considered, which meets several criteria as follows:
THE AUTHOR GUIDELINES OF KUNUZ: JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE (Times New Roman 14pt Bold)
Nur Shadiq Sandimula
Faculty of Islamic Economic and Business, State Islamic Institute of Manado (IAIN), Sulawesi Utara, Indonesia, Jl. Dr. S.H. Sarundajang Kawasan Ring Road I Kota Manado, 95128
Nurul Azizah Azzochrah
Faculty of Islamic Economic and Business, State Islamic Institute of Manado (IAIN), Sulawesi Utara, Indonesia, Jl. Dr. S.H. Sarundajang Kawasan Ring Road I Kota Manado, 95128,
ABSTRACT (12pt Bold)
This is a new author guidelines and article template of Kunuz:Journal of Islamic Banking and Finace. Article should be started by Title of Article followed by Authors Name and Affiliation Address and abstract. This abstract section should be typed in Italic font and font size of 10 pt and a Times New Roman font and the distance between the lines of one spacenumber of words of 150-250. The abstract should be typed in English. The Abstract is a miniature contents of the entire writing statement, comprise: problem, purpose, method, scientific finding results, and short conclusion. The abstract should only be typed in one paragraph and one-column format.
Keywords: Author Guidelines; Kunuz: Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance; Template.
Introduction consists of (in sequence) general background, state of the art as the basis for the scientific novelty statement of the article, scientific novelty statement, and research problem or hypothesis. In the end, introduction should mention the purpose of article review. Literature review is not allowed in the scientific article format, so it is replaced by the state of the art to prove the novelty of the article.
Method is implemented to solve problems, including analytical method. The method used to solve the research problems is described in this section.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
This section consists of results and discussion. Every result should be supported by sufficient data. Then, result should be able to answer the research question or hypothesis stated earlier in the introduction.
Conclusion states the answer of the hypothesis and/or research objective or scientific finding. Conclusion is not the repetition of findings and discussion, but it is the summary of findings as expected in the objective or hypothesis. If necessary, conclusion can also be ended with the next idea to be implemented to the study
Acknowledgments are primarily addressed to research funders or donors. Acknowledgments can also be dedicated to people who contribute in the study.
All references used in the article should be listed in the References section. References should contain reference literature originating from primary sources (scientific journals at least 80% of the entire references) published in the last 10 (ten) years. Each article contains at least 5-10 (ten) references.
It is better to write References using the reference management programs such as Mendeley. The writing format used in Kunuz: Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance is APA 6th Edition (American Psychological Association).
Bukido, R., & Hasan, F. (2016). Penerapan Akad Ijarahpada Produk Rahndi Cabang Pegadaian Syariah Istiqlal Manado. Tasharruf: Journal Economics and Business of Islam , 14 (1),1-19.
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Winitz, H. (Ed.). (1981). The comprehension approach to foreign langua instruction. New York: Newbury House.
Fang, Q., Zhao, F., & Guibas, L. (2003). Lightweight sensing and communication protocols for target enumeration and aggregation. In M. Gerla, A. Ephremides, & M. Srivastava (Eds.), MobiHoc ’03 fourth ACM symposium on mobile ad hoc networking and computing (pp. 165 –176). New York, NY: ACM Press.
Reference in the form HandBook:
Greisler, David S, Stupak, Ronald J (2007). Handbook of Technology Management in Public Administration. New York: CRC Taylor and Francis
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