Author Guidelines


The Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Practice (JIRP) uses an online submission platform. This system enables authors to trace the progress of their manuscript submission and speeds up the article’s processing time. For the initial stage, authors must conform to our guidelines (see the manuscript structure). Manuscripts that do not comply with the guideline will be rejected.

  • All submissions are done online via 
  • All first-time users must first register themselves as Authors. Please click on the register button to the top of this page and enter the requested information They will then receive a username and password to log-in and submit their journal. Please click the login button on the left and login to the system as "Author." You may then submit your manuscript and track its progress through the system.
  • Information on the peer-review process can be viewed here
  • Every manuscript that submitted into JIRP will be scanned using Turnitin (similarity check). Plagiarism tolerance should be under 20 percent.
  • Articles have not been published in journals or other publishing media or are in the process of publishing in other journal.
  • Articles are the result of research or conceptual study.
  • Articles are written in English.
  • The article framework covers:

    Not more than 16 words, book antiqua 14 pt font-size, all in capitals, bold.

    Abstract must reflect the substance of the whole contents of the article and enable to help readers to determine relevance with their interest and decide whether or not to read the full document. The abstract consists of a statement about the backgroundobjective of the study or focus of discussion, method or important research steps, findings and discussion, and Novelty/Originality of this study and conclusion. Title and abstract are written in English, each in one paragraph, single spacing, book antiqua font 10, and in total about 150-200 words.

    It is must be maximum of 5 keywords.

    This section should briefly provide information on the background, literature review, and state of the originality of the work, hypothesis, and objective. Avoid the use of secondary citations.

    This segment should inform readers of the materials and methods that the authors have used for the research. Please ensure that sufficient information has given to allow for repetition of the research.

    Present the outcome of the study. Use tables and figures whenever appropriate. Results should be able to answer the hypotheses. Interpret the study findings in the context of previous research. The authors should also address the strength and limitations of their study. This section should not be a repetition of the result section. 

    Relation of Tables or Figures and Text: Because tables and figures supplement the text, all tables and figures should referenced in the text. The author also must explain what the reader should look for when using the table or figure. The reference table and figure use the APA 7th Edition.

    Present the main conclusions of the study. This section should also highlight the implication of the findings (e.g., a suggestion for future research, policy suggestions, etc).

    All reference results referred to in the article text must use primary references. We will usually expect a minimum of 25 references primarily to journal papers, depending on the length of the paper. The reference uses the APA 7th Edition. Cite references in the text by name and year in parentheses. For references in a non-English language, provide the English translation between square brackets ([ ]) right after the title. Authors are strongly urged to use a reference manager such as MENDELEY, or ZOTERO.

  • A manuscript structure article template can be downloaded here