|Editor-in-Chief:||Syahrul Hidayat, Ph.D|
|Managing Editor:||Teuku Harza Mauludi, S.I.P.|
|Assistant of Managing Editor:||Muhammad Asadullah Al Ghozi S.I.P.|
Jurnal Politik is a nationally accredited journal published by the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia. It was previously known as Politea: Jurnal Ilmu Politik, which was started in 2007 and then changed into Jurnal Studi Politik, which was running between 2011 until 2013 and re-published in August 2015.
Jurnal Politik serves as a medium to disseminate scientific papers and various studies on contemporary politics. This journal aims to publish any kinds of popular scientific papers or research discussing either political phenomena or social and political thought. Publishing articles in this journal is the part of contributing to the development of political science. Jurnal Politik is published twice a year: in February and August. The Editorial Board of Jurnal Politik invites experts, scholars, practitioners, students, and intellectuals to submit their writings. Editors will select every manuscript submitted to Jurnal Politik using the blind reviewer mechanism from peer reviewers asked by editors. Reviewers of this journal come from national and international universities and academic institutions.
This journal has been re-accredited by the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia (SINTA 2, No. 200/M/KPT/2020).See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
We look forward to publishing a new issue later this year.
Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 1 (2021) Brokerage in Indonesia Politics
Money Trumps Ethnicity: An Overview of Local Election in Kendari
M. Najib Husain and La Husen Zuada
Refusing to Die: Programmatic Goods in the Fight against COVID-19 in Sampang Regency
Endik Hidayat and Daniel Susilo
Explaining the Effects of Political Islam and Preacher toward Prabowo’s Electoral Dominance: Evidence from Pekanbaru and Kampar
Andhik Beni Saputra, Azhari Setiawan, and Hesti Herpina
Unequal Civilian Accommodation within Democratic Rule: The Case of Sri Lanka’s Northern Province after the Government–LTTE Conflict
Izzan Fathurrahman and Evida Kartini