Peer Review Process

  1. The reviewer conducts a review (review process) manuscript according to their scientific filed. If the manuscript does not match the field of competence, a reviewer has the right to refuse and transferred to other reviewers who more competent.
  2. The review process uses a double-blind review which is the reviewer does not know the author’s identity and vice versa.
  3. The review process is done by at least two The step is carried out by the E-journal system.
  4. The review process is based on the substance of the manuscript (article quality), including reviewing:
    • Title (Specific and effective )
    • Abstract (Contains 150-200 words, contains the objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of the research, without abbreviations/acronyms/library citations, made in one paragraph)
    • Keywords (Containing 5 words, Reflecting the concepts contained in relevant and adequate articles)
    • Introduction (Containing background/rational research, Loading review on relevant research, Loading problem formulation / Identification of problems with research questions, Loading specific research objectives and benefits, Loading relevant research results, In the literature review using strong, sharp references , and up-to-date (published in the last 10 years) , Presenting theories that support/relevant to the research conducted)
    • Method (Stating the type of research, Explaining the population, sample, time, and place of research, Explaining data collection techniques, Explaining data analysis techniques)
    • Results and Discussion (Containing tabulation of research data according to methods, Analysis of data according to literature review, Dialogue of research results with relevant theories and research results, Interpreting results of analysis and discussion to obtain answers, added value, and related benefits with research problems and objectives, research results answer research problems and objectives)
    • Conclusions and Suggestions (Conclusions are the results of generalizations or associations with similar phenomena in other areas that are referred to from the literature sources used, Conclusions are based on the results of data analysis and discussion or hypotheses, Conclusions answer research questions and problems, Suggestions are made based on conclusions containing recommendations academic, real follow-up, or policy implications
    • Bibliography (Referral Libraries using APA Style, Reference Libraries, the minimum number of research articles is 10, Reference libraries are published in the last 10 years, except for classic (old) reference libraries which are indeed used as historical study materials, All materials quoted in the text must be included in the Reference Library, Everything listed in the Reference Library must be used as a reference in the text.)



  1. If within the time period the review of the manuscript has not been completed, the reviewer must confirm with the Editor in Chief of kebudayaan.
  2. During the manuscript review process, reviewers provide an evaluation of the manuscript through the review checklist/form available in the electronic journal application. If it is difficult, the reviewer can manually evaluate the manuscript on the review checklist/form in Ms. Words format sent by Section Editor or editorial secretary.
  3. The manuscript of the review results is returned to the section editor.
  4. The reviewer gives the decision of the manuscript of the review result :
    • Accept Submission
    • Revisions Required(manuscript needs to be revised by the authors).
    • Resubmit for Review(manuscript needs to be revised by the authors and return to the reviewer).
    • Resubmit Elsewhere(manuscript is better to send to another journal, the reviewer refuses subtly).
    • Decline Submission.