Author guideline

 

Wiralodra English Journal

Author guidelines

Wiralodra English Journal is published twice a year, in March and September. This journal welcomes articles in the form of research reports or library research on English Education, Linguistics, Literature and Translation that have never been submitted for consideration nor published elsewhere. If the articles have been presented, please state the name of the seminar and the venue (date and place). The writing guidelines are as follows:

  1. Manuscript is written in English.
  2. To be considered for publication, manuscript 10 – 15 pages, typed in MS word doc format, single- spaced on A4 size paper with the margins : 3 centimeters (top, bottom, right) and 4 centimeters (left), given centered page number. A one – paragraph abstract (150 – 200 words) written in English (each with 3 – 5 keywords) should be included.
  3. Manuscript starts on the left margin including Title, Abstract, Body, Conclusion and References. The typographical details are as follows:

Title : All Capital letters, Times New Roman 14, bold

Subtitle: Capital and Small letters, Times New Roman 12

Author : Times New Roman 11, bold

Affiliation : Times New Roman 11

Abstract : Times New Roman 12

Body : Times New Roman 12

Block Quotations : Times New Roman 12

References : Times New Roman 12 (the detailed guidelines for references can be seen in the guidelines for citing and referencing)

  1. Research report manuscript should consist of :
  • Title (in English)
  • Full name of author (s) without title (s), affiliation, phone number and email address
  • Abstract (in English)
  • Key words
  • Introduction
  • Literature Review
  • Research Method
  • Findings and Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • References (the sources cited in the text only; some are from recent journals)
  1. Non – Research manuscript should consist of:
  • Title (in English)
  • Full name of author (s) without title (s), affiliation, phone number and email address
  • Abstract (in English)
  • Key words
  • Introduction
  • Body (subtitle (s) is/are determined by authors)
  • Conclusion
  • References (the sources cited in the text only; some are from recent journals )
  1. Manuscript, as well as author (s)’ brief CV (50 – 100 words) should be emailed to wiralodraenglishjournal@unwir.ac.id
  2. An article contributor whose article is accepted for publication will have to fill in the form of WEJ Copyright Transfer Agreement and submitt the completed agreement as suggested in the form.
  3. An article contributor is entitled to two off print of the current volume if the article is published.
  4. Contributors whose articles are rejected would get written information. The Editorial Board reserves the right to turn down articles without stating reasons to the contributor.

References

Arnon, I. (2010). Re-thinking child difficulty: the effect of NP type on child processing of relative clauses in Hebrew Journal of Child Language. 37 (1), 27–57.

 

Brandt, S.,et al. ( 2009). The discourse bases of relativization: An investigation of young German and English-speaking

 

Publications:

  • March
  • September