Jurnal Universitas Gadjah Mada


Jurnal Elektronik Universitas Gadjah Mada adalah sistem penerbitan jurnal secara elektronik online menggunakan aplikasi Open Journal System yang diterbitkan oleh Universitas Gadjah Mada.

Jurnal UGM yang menggunakan OJS 3 tersedia di website berikut: https://jurnal.ugm.ac.id/v3/

Alamat OAI tiap jurnal:
https://jurnal.ugm.ac.id/[path_jurnal]/oai
ex. http://jurnal.ugm.ac.id/agritech/oai
 
Apabila ada pertanyaan lebih lanjut terkait Jurnal Online UGM (pembuatan jurnal, panduan, pelatihan jurnal, pelaporan bug atau error) silahkan menghubungi Badan Penerbit dan Publikasi UGM dinomor (0274) 6491963 email bpp[at]ugm.ac.id. Media Sosial 
Update 30 Juli 2023

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PCD Journal

PCD Journal is an initiative to promote works and reports written in high-quality academic standard on the dynamics of power, conflict, and democracy in developing countries, particularly in South and Southeast Asia. Themes on practices of human rights, popular representation, and participatory-based public policy are amongst the interests of the initiative. It is considered that there is a serious lack of scholarly publishers within this geographical area and within these thematic fields, partly, due to the colonial pattern in international publication. PCD Publication seeks to alter the condition. The main discipline area of the initiative is social sciences with sub-discipline areas in political science, human geography, and political anthropology. We invite concerned scholars and experts in related themes to share and discuss their research, knowledge, and works in academically equal spirit. The published works and reports in PCD Journal are under the condition of having to pass through the peer review system, involving international academics and experts.

PCD Journal is set up as a network project, currently, involving Universitas Gadjah Mada in Indonesia, the University Colombo in Sri Lanka, and the University of Oslo in Norway. Demos Indonesia (the Indonesian Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies), the Social Scientists’ Association of Sri Lanka, and the International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Sri Lanka, are added into the collaboration.

PCD Journal is currently managed by Department of Politics and Government, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada (DPP UGM). Operationally, it is managed by DPP UGM research and publication unit, named as PolGov (Research Centre for Politics and Government). This management is continuing what has been respectably initiated by the Centre for Southeast Asian Social Studies (CESASS UGM).

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Poetika: Jurnal Ilmu Sastra

Poetika: Jurnal Ilmu Sastra [Poetika] is a twice a year open access journal, published by the Post-graduate Program of Literature of the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia and is currently accredited by the National Research and Innovation Agency of Indonesia (Sinta 2) and indexed in DOAJ. This journal employs Crossref for the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) activation. Poetika is continuously striving to expand its reach to readers, authors, editors, and reviewers. Poetika has been extending its authorship not only from Asia but also from European countries like France, Belgium, and Russia. Poetika has also expanded its network by joining two international academic consortia based in Asia: the Critical Islands Studies Consortium and the Asian Journal Network. The information of the consortia is accessible via this URL.

Regarding with the aim and scope, Poetika focuses on the critical analysis and interpretation of literature through structural, post-structural, post-modern, and post-colonial approaches, with specific preference given to under-represented works and those that foreground marginalized peoples and groups. Poetika pays close attention to various social conditions and phenomena occurring in society today, especially concerning minority groups, marginalized, marginal, and dominated groups. These groups emerge in contexts such as disability, gender inequality, social class, power relations, and so on. Poetika's central aim is to amplify these voices by spotlighting literary works  that grapple with societal issues. This focus endows Poetika with significant scholarly relevance and novelty in addressing societal marginalization. By featuring such literature, the journal not only broadens academic perspectives but also promotes essential life skills and values, fostering social inclusion, solidarity, tolerance, equality, empathy, and respect, thereby contributing to the discourse on marginalization. Submitted articles should provide a critical perspective on contemporary works and contribute to current debates within contemporary literature.

All the milestones of this journal are available on the Journal History page.

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Populasi

Populasi is a journal discussing population and policy issues. Populasi is published regularly twice a year in June and December. The Editorial Board receives manuscripts based on research, both on theoretical and empirical, related to population, policy, poverty, family planning, reproduction health, employment, environment and population, migration, crime, juvenile delinquency, and other issues related to the big theme in population and policy. 

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