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Submission and Correspondence Author shall submit paper by email to mapi@ciputra.ac.id.

File shall be named as follows: first three letters shall be MAPI, followed by the last name of the first author and first word of the title, i.e.: MAPI-Patricia-Accounting. Papers and all correspondences should be addressed to: The Editor, Media Akuntansi dan Perpajakan Indonesia (MAPI) Accounting Study Program Universitas Ciputra Surabaya UC Town, Citraland, Surabaya 60219 T. (62-31) 745 1699 F. (62-31) 745 1698 e-mail: MAPI@ciputra.ac.id

Manuscript Specifications

Manuscript specifications are depicted more detail in the manuscript template for MAPI. Manuscript should be provided in MS-Word format. It should be typed and be double spaced (Times New Roman 12 font size) in a single column format on A4 size paper and one side of the paper only, with 2.5-cm wide margin (top, bottom, left, and right). The length of entire manuscript should not be more than 7,000 words (title, abstract, keywords, tables, figures, references, and appendices inclusive). All pages should be numbered consecutively at the bottom of manuscript.

Manuscript should be organized in the following order: title, abstract, keywords, main body of manuscript, references, and if applicable, appendices, acknowledgment, and footnotes. All tables and figures should be placed on separate sheets, not included within the text, and should also be numbered in the order in which they appear in the manuscript. If tables or figures are being reproduced from another source, the author should obtain permission from the copyright holder and state the acknowledgment. Appendices, acknowledgment, and footnotes should also be placed on separate pages, arranged at the pages after tables and figures.

Cover Letter: Author should submit a cover letter on a separate covering page. It at least consists of information why the manuscript belongs in this journal.

State that the manuscript has not been published, and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere (a manuscript already sent to or accepted for any other publication should not be submitted). If the manuscript is written by more than one author, order the authors (1st author, 2nd author, etc.) should be based on the guidance from the Vancouver Group (e.g., International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, 1997).

  • Title: The title should be clear and concise (i.e., what the manuscript is about), should not be too long and contain some of the keywords (no more than 15 words), and should be placed on a separate sheet together with the author's full name, affiliation, email address, and corresponding author (if more than one author). The author’s affiliation should be the affiliation where the research was conducted.
  • Abstract: The title must be included again, on the same page and immediately before the abstract. The abstract should contain “comprehensive summary of the contents of the article” (American Psychological Association, 2010, 25), and should not be more than 200 words, including the aim of study, method in brief, and main results/findings.
  • Keywords: Three to ten keywords need to be added after the abstract. Keywords are specific to the article and common within the subject discipline. It should allow the article to be accessed through a web search. The abstract and keywords should be placed on a separate sheet.
  • References and style: The references and style are based on the Publication Manual of The American Psychological Association (APA), sixth edition (e.g., https://www.apastyle.org/manual and http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/style/reference/tf_apa.pdf). The references should be listed alphabetically by author and should be placed on a separate sheet after the main body of manuscript.

Manuscript Classification

MAPI only accepts a research paper. The category covers manuscript which report on any type of research undertaken by the author(s). The research may involve quantitative approaches (i.e., experiment, causal-comparative, and correlational), qualitative approaches (i.e., narrative, case study, ethnography, phenomenology, and grounded theory), mixed methods strategies, action research, evaluation research, and developmental research.

The structure of manuscript may cover: introduction, literature review, method, results, discussion, and conclusion. For qualitative approaches, results may also be combined with discussion. In published manuscript, the word “introduction” will not be written by editor.