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Figure 1. Indonesian employment in agriculture compared to other sectors (% of the total employment)
Source: World Development Indicator, 2005
State the selecting analysis of existing research or literature which is relevant to the topic of your article, describe how it relates to your writing, and then explain how your article might fill the gap and answers some questions in this field of study.
A literature review is not simply a summary of the literature (such as books, articles, and research reports) that you have read on the theme. In addition, it is not a chronological order of the description of the literature. However, it is an analysis of the research that has already been done and an analysis of the existing literature related to your study. The literature review should be sixty percent from scientific journals in the last ten years.
State the data collecting method, data analysis, type of the research, time and place of the research (if the article is based on the field research), and mention the hypothesis if your article has it (optional).
This part consists of the research findings, including a description of the collected data, analysis of the data, and interpretation of the data using the relevant theory.
All notes in the article must appear in the text as citations. A citation usually requires only the last name of the author(s), year of publication, and, sometimes, page numbers. For example: (Hefner 2009a: 45; Geertz 1966: 114). Explanatory footnotes may be included. All works cited must appear in the reference list at the end of the article. In matters of citation and bibliographical style, JIAPI follows the American Psychological Association 6th edition. The references should use a references application management such as Mendeley.
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