Aims, Focus and Scope
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun (JIP), the Indonesian Journal of the Social Sciences, is a leading peer-reviewed and open-access journal, published by the SCAD Independent, Aceh, Indonesia, with p-ISSN: 2338-8617 and e-ISSN: 2443-2067. JIP is published three times per year (January, May, and September), and all articles published are available online and open access.
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun is a leading peer-reviewed and open-access journal, which publishes scholarly works of researchers and scholars from around the world, and specializes in the Social Sciences. The journal also has a strong interest in the scientific development of theory that is of global significance.
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun focuses on publishing the highest quality scientific articles emphasizing contemporary Asian issues with interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches.
This journal seeks to publish articles that deal with economic, political, socio-cultural, and educational development issues in Asia. Its scope consists of:
- Education (Curriculums, Teaching, and Learning, Islamic Education, Educational Technology, Psychology and Counseling, Educational Sociology, Educational Management, Basic Education, Secondary Education, and Higher Education, Special Education, Educational Research Methods, Innovation in Teaching, Learning, Assessment of Teacher Training and Education, and Natural Education for Social Sciences);
- Politics (Diplomatic and International Affair, Bureaucracy, Development Studies, Structure and Agency in Social Dynamics, the Role of Government and Non-Governmental Organizations, Concepts and Practical Sociology, Islamic Politics, Government and Public Administration);
- Law (Human Right, Terrorism, and Global Issue, Social Justice, Islamic Law, Criminal Law, International Relation, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Customary Law);
- Humanities and Cultural Studies (Cultural Studies as a Constitutive field, Religion Studies, Islamic Studies, Philosophy, Ethics, Consciousness, Cross-cultural studies, History and Historiography, Theology, Psychology, Spirituality, Human Geography, Anthropology, Local Wisdom, Gender Equality, Linguistics, and Natural Sciences for Social Sciences);
- Economics (Business and Entrepreneurship, Management, Accounting, Public Finance, Economic Development, and Islamic Economics).