Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Humaniora (JISH) is a journal that uses a double-blind peer review model that can be accessed online. The purpose of JISH is to publish a journal containing quality articles that will be able to contribute thoughts from a theoretical and empirical perspective for technological and educational advancement. The writings at JISH will significantly contribute to critical thinking in the scientific fields in general, particularly in the area of Social Sciences and Humanities.

The scope of the fields contained in JISH covers the following areas:

  • social sciences;
  • social education;
  • sociology;
  • citizenship;
  • political;
  • accounting;
  • audit;
  • economy;
  • geography;
  • history;
  • law;
  • tourism;
  • culture and society;
  • culture and language;
  • multiculturalism;
  • and other related fields.

Articles published on research results and literature review with acceptable research methodologies, qualitative studies, quantitative studies, or a combination of both, statistical analysis, case studies, field research, and historical studies. JISH received manuscripts from various related circles, such as relevant researchers, professors, students, policy-makers, scientists and others.

 

Section Policies

Articles

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Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Publication Ethic

Here is the publication ethic of JISH:

  1. The submitted manuscript must present complete and original information and objective and scientifically responsible data.
  2. The source of citations and references cited in the manuscript should be written in the manuscript.
  3. The manuscript is written concisely and clearly in accordance with JISH's selingkung style.
  4. Manuscripts sent to JISH have never been published in other journals or are being sent to other journals.
  5. Everyone involved in the research should be included in the author's team.
  6. Authors should avoid counterfeiting (manipulating research materials, equipment, processes, altering data or deliberately disposing of actual data or research results).
  7. Authors should avoid plagiarism (take ideas, processes, results or the words of other authors without citing clear sources).
  8. Authors should avoid fragmentation (breaking research data into different themes of the manuscript)
  9. The manuscript does not use material copied from other articles without the permission of the responsible party.
  10. All materials or citations obtained from previous research, involving authors or those related to prior publications must be kept correctly cited and included in the article.