Author Guideline

Manuscript Preparation
1. The editorial team of the Jurnal Koridor (J. Koridor) receives a scientific article in the form of research results or study results in the field of Architecture and Urban. Manuscripts must contain correct and clear information and have a substantive contribution to the field of study

2. The manuscript must be concise and clear according to the Jurnal Koridor writing format. The manuscript has never been published or is not in the process of being published in other media, both print, and electronic media.

3. The incoming scientific papers will be selected by the Editorial Board who has full authority to correct, return to be corrected, or reject the writing on the editorial desk if deemed necessary. Substantial assessment will be carried out by the Expert reviewers as follows:

  1. Antariksa Sudikno, M.Eng, Ph.D  (Universitas Brawijaya)
  2. Eng Bambang Setiabudi, ST, MT   (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
  3. Prof. Ar. Dr. Julaihi Wahid (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak)
  4. Prof. Nor’Aini Yusof (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
  5. Dr. Antonella Trombadore (University of Firenze)
  6. Dr. Yenny Rahmayati (Prince Sultan University)
  7. Beny OY Marpaung, ST.,MT., PhD   (Universitas Sumatera Utara)
  8. Achmad Delianur Nst, ST., MT., IAI. AA. IAP (Universitas Sumatera Utara)
  9. Dr. Dwi Lindarto Hadinugroho, ST, MT (Universitas Sumatera Utara)
  10. Dr. Bambang Karsono (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak)

The assessment will be carried out objectively and in writing.

4. Scientific texts can be directly posted on the Jurnal Koridor website namely "http://talenta.usu.ac.id/koridor/about/submissions" and any question should be addressed to koridor@usu.ac.id. The author is expected to include a telephone number that can be contacted.

5. Information regarding the publication of Jurnal Koridor (J. Koridor) accessed on the website https://talenta.usu.ac.id/koridor

Writing Format
Writing format is written in Microsoft Word with Times New Roman letters, size 11, spaces 1 and 2 columns. The maximum length of the script is 15 pages. The language used is Indonesian or English using standardized language writing rules

Script Structure 
The structure of the script is at least as follows:
   a. Title
   b. Name, instance/institute, and author's email address
   c. Abstract
   d. Keywords (at least three words) 
   e. Introduction (contains background, problem identification, goals, theories,  and hypotheses(optional)
   f. Research Method (contains time and place, material/method of data collection, data analysis method)
   g. Results and Discussion
   h. Conclusion
   i. Recommendation (optional)
   j. Acknowledgments (optional)
   k. Bibliography/References 
   l. Appendix (optional)

Script
 1. The title of the manuscript is written in capital letters, size 14, bold and must reflect the contents of the writing.

2. The author's name (without title), author's institution and email address are written consecutively in Times New Roman letters, size 11, and italicized.

3. Abstract, written in one paragraph with italic letters spaced out in one space, written in Indonesian and English, a maximum of 200 words, Times New Roman, size 10, the title ABSTRACT is written in capital letters, italicized and bolded.

4. Keywords, consisting of 3-5 words, are written normally. 

5. The contents start from the INTRODUCTION; the title of the chapter is written in capital-center letters and bolded. The title of the sub-chapter is written in regular letters (with the first letter is capital - in bold). If more points are needed, letters a, b, c, ... and so on.

6. Figures and Tables mentioned the source of the picture or table, writing the description of the picture under the picture, while the table description is written above the table. It was written in Times New Roman size 10 and placed in the center (center). The picture is in black and white, except if the color determines the meaning.

7. The bibliography is arranged in alphabetical order. Reference to literature 80% of the past 10 years and  20% of publications come from primary reference sources. Every bibliography writing must be quoted in the manuscript and vice versa every citation in the manuscript must be contained in the Bibliography. Bibliography format refers to the MLA (Modern Language Association).

examples

1. Articles in scientific journals with volume and number (1 author):

Healy, R. G. The effects of improved housing on worker performance. Journal of Human Resources, 6, 297–308, 2007

2. Articles in scientific journals with volume and number (2 - 6 authors):

Arku, G., & Harris, R. Housing as a tool of economic development since 1929. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29, 895–915, 2005

3. Articles in scientific journals with volume and numbers (more than 6 authors):

Subagyono, K., Sugiharto,  B., Purwani, E.T., Susilokarti, D., Las, I., Unadi, A. et al. (2010). Technology needs assessment (TNA) for climate change mitigation in the agriculture sector: criteria, prioritizing and barriers. Jurnal          Meteorologi dan Geofisika, 11(2), 96-105.

4. Book (1 author):

Yeoh, B. S. A. Contesting space. Power relations and the urban built environment in colonial Singapore. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016

5. Book (2 - 6 authors):

Spence, R., Wells, J., & Dudley, E. Jobs from housing: employment, building materials and enabling strategies for urban development. London: Intermediate Technological Publications, 2017

6. Book (more than 6 authors):

Johnson, L., Lewis, K., Peters, M., Harris, Y., Moreton, G., Morgan, B. et al. How far is far? London: McMillan, 2005

7. Proceedings:

M’Gonigle, C. G. M. Poverty, nutrition and the public health. An investigation into some of the results of moving a slum population to modern dwellings. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 26, 677–687, 1993

8. Articles from the internet (without author's name):

Interactive Weather and Wave Forecast Maps. (http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/charts/viewer/index.shtml), accessed at 7 April 2011.

9. Article from the internet (with the author's name):

Wahono, T. Sesar Gerindulu jadi pusat perhatian, (http://sains.kompas.com/read/2011/02/27/22580016/Sesar.Grindulu.Jadi.Perhatian.Pacitan), diakses 7 April 2011

Quotations in the manuscript and procedures for writing a bibliography

1. The quotation is indicated by putting numbers (in superscript format) in sequence. Quotation numbers are written after the end of the sentence, and enclosed in single brackets, as in the following example:

For this purpose, quantitative methods are needed. Quantitative methods are needed as a way to reinforce the results obtained by the study of social history and settlements with qualitative methods. (Numbers are written according to Reference)

 

2. If you mention a name, the quoted number is immediately added after the name.

According to Arku, G., & Harris, R. 2) .................. (The numbers written in accordance with the bibliography order)

 

3. Furthermore, writing a bibliography in the bibliography is as follows: 

1) Burnett, J. A social history of housing 1815– 1985. London: Methuen, 1986
2) Arku, G., & Harris, R. Housing as a tool of economic development since 1929. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29, 895– 915, 2005