Guidelines for Writing an Article

Writing and Submit Instructions

Didaskalia Journal Begins Publishing in April  and October (new format) WRITING TITLE USE LETTERS TIMES NEW ROMAN (14 PT BOLD UPPERCASE)

Author's Name 1)  Author's Name 2) (12pt bold)


1) Writer-City Writer Institution

E-mail: [email protected]/

2) Writer-City Writer Institution

E-mail: [email protected]/


Important Note: Please utilize the Mendeley application to cite every article you use, and we highly recommend adhering to the APA citation style: American Psychological Association 7th edition.




These instructions were made to complete the requirements for writing the Didaskalia journal as well as the manuscript template used by Didaskalia starting in 2018 between April and October. Writing begins with the Article Title, Author Name, Author Affiliate Address, email, abstract. Abstract must have abstract text in English ; Abstracts in English must be written in italics, with a font size of 12 pt and Times New Roman font of 100 - 150 words. Abstract written with single space. If the article is in English, then the abstract must be written in English only. The abstract must be as concise as possible, containing the core of the problem / objective to be stated, the research method used, and the findings obtained and conclusions. Abstracts for each language should only be written in one paragraph with the format of one column.

Keywords: words or phrases for fast search purposes with software used to facilitate online article search



The introduction contains the background and an overview of the benefits of the article. general background, literature review submitted as a scientific basis for articles, scientific approval, and research or hypotheses. At the end of the introduction, the purpose of the article should be written. In the format of scientific articles may not represent the conclusions of the literature submitted in the research report, but made in the form of literature studies that have been approved previously.



Describe the research method used if the manuscript is the result of a study. [Describe the research method used if the manuscript was based on research] Describe the discussion approach that will be used if the script is the result of thought. [Describe the approaches of discussion if the manuscript was not research i.e., a literature study, etc.] Methods used in problem solving such as qualitative methods, quantitative methods, literature study methods, and interpretation methods. The method used to answer the research question must be explained in detail along with the stages in the research conducted.



In this section, the authors are asked to provide written information that is fairly short. With content such as explanations in the form of text, tables or diagrams, as well as relevant images. The data displayed must be objective, so it cannot contain interpretations from anyone. Sub-section of Results and Discussion If there are specific points or details to be explained that are part of the Findings.



The conclusion contains the withdrawal of important information generated from the study. The conclusion does not contain a repeat of the results and discussion, but rather a summary of the findings as expected in the objectives or hypotheses. Suggestions present things that will be done related to further ideas from the research.



Bibliography must contain reference libraries that come from trusted sources (scientific journals, clear published books, published years and publishers). The list of heirlooms is written at the back of the page. This section contains data books or literature used as reference material. Such as quotations, previous research data, statements of experts or others. Example:

Vlachos, C. A. (2013). James : exegetical guide to the greek new testament (Ser. Exegetical guide to the greek new testament). B & H Academic.

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