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All notes 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 but should not be used for simple citations. All works cited must appear in the reference list at the end of the article. In matter of bibliographical style, Tumou Tuo follows the American political science association (APSA) manual style, such as below:

  1. Hefner, Robert, 2009a. “Introduction: The Political Cultures of Cristian Education in Southeast Asia,” in Making Modern Muslims: The Politics of Education in Southeast Asia, ed. Robert Hefner, Honolulu: University of ABC.
  2. Booth, Anne. 1988. “Living Standards and the Distribution of Income in Colonial Indonesia: A Review of the Evidence.” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 19(2): 310–34.
  3. Feener, Michael R., and Mark E. Cammack, eds. 2007. Law in Contemporary Indonesia: Ideas and Institutions. Cambridge: Legal Studies Program.
  4. Wahid, Din, 2014. Nurturing Salafi Manhaj: A Study of Salafi Pesantrens in Contemporary Indonesia. PhD dissertation. Utrecht University.
  5. Utriza, Ayang, 2008. “Mencari Model Kerukunan Antaragama.” Kompas. March 19: 59.
  6. Ms. Undhang-Undhang Banten, L.Or.5598, Leiden University.
  7. Interview with K.H. Sahal Mahfudz, Kajen, Pati, June 11th, 2007.

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