Focus and Scope

Indonesian Journal of Social Research (IJSR), e-ISSN 21755191 is high quality open access peer reviewed research journal that is published by Universitas Djuanda (UNIDA) is a peer-reviewed and open access journal dedicated to publish significant research findings in the field of social sciences. The research data may come from experimental approaches, case studies, interviews, questionnaires, ethnographies, archives etc. We welcome original empirical research articles with novel perspectives and/or methodological approaches that would appeal to an international readership. We do not accept unsolicited conceptual and theoretical papers. The journal is designed to serve researchers, developers, professionals, graduate students and others interested in state-of-the art research activities in social areas, which covers four (4) majors areas of research that includes education, economy, law, social humanities:

Education
- Early childhood education
- Elementary school education
- Secondary education (junior and senior high school)
- Higher education
- Inclusive education and special education
- Instructional design
- Educational psychology
- Teaching and learning
- Measurement and evaluation education
- Curriculum development
- Educational management
- Educational technology
- Guiding and counselling
- Language education
- Science education
- E-learning and mobile education
- Life-long education
- Instructional technology
- Character education
- Religious education


Law
- Civil law
- Criminal law
- Business law
- Property law
- International law
- Tax law
- Legal studies
- Labor law
- Marriage law
- Business competition law
- Customary law
- Government law

Economy
- Economic development
- Accountancy
- Islamic Economy
- Banking
- Taxation
- Commercial insurance
- Notariat
- Management
- Financial administration
- Marketing
- Transportation management
- Industry management
- Management Information system
- Supply chain management
- Operational research
- Strategic management

Social Humanities

- Politics
- Sociology
- Political science
- Development studies
- National resilience
- Public policy & Public management
- Cultural studies
- Social welfare science
- Regional studies
- Archeology
- Population
- History
- Communication science
- Anthropology