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JEBAT : Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategic Studies

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JEBAT : Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategic Studies

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Discipline(s) / Subdiscipline(s):

     1. Arts & Humanities
         - History

     2. Social Sciences
         - Political science
         - Area studies

E-ISSN: 2180-0251
Print ISSN: 0126-5644
Publisher: School of History, Politics and Strategic Studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Publication type: Print & Electronic
Publication frequency: 2 time(s) per year
Journal Website: http://ejournal.ukm.my/jebat/index

Contact Info

Editor-in-Chief
Jebat: Journal of History, Politics and Strategy,
School for History, Politics and Strategy (SOHPASS),
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,
43600 UKM, Bangi Selangor, Malaysia.

Phone: +603 8921 5821/5710 / 3022
Fax: +60389213290

Email: jebat@ukm.my
Website: http://www.ukm.my/jebat/v2/

Jebat: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategic Studies is a peer-reviewed journal published by the School of History, Politics and Strategic Studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia since 1971. In 2007, the Editorial Board with the support from the School`s management decided to introduce an online version of the journal under the concepts of free and open access. However, we still honor the printed edition orders but subject to demand. We charge the printed edition accordingly. The journal contains studies extending our knowledge on history, politics, international relations inter as well as intercultural relations, strategic studies and peace research. Jebat: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategic Studies is committed to the publication of scholarship in the fields of social sciences and humanities. It particularly focuses on bringing together scholarly research works from a philosophical, textual, social, scientific and human studies background related to archeology, oral history, comparative politics, government, gender studies, political violence, area studies, regional and international politics, international inter and intra-cultural communication, and peace and conflict studies

EDITORIAL INFORMATION:

Editor-in-Chief

Assoc. Prof. Dr Azlizan Mat Enh, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Editorial Board

Managing Editor
  • Dr. Guido Benny, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

    Associate Editors
  • Dr. Suffian Mansor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Dr. Chin Kok Fay, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Muhamad Nadzri Mohamed Noor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

    International Advisory Board
  • Prof. Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia
  • Prof. H. RĂ¼diger Korff, University of Passau, Germany
  • Prof. Dr. Bambang Purwanto, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
  • Prof. Dr. Nordin Hussin, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Prof. Dr. Omar Farouk, Hiroshima City University, Japan
  • Prof. Dr. M. Mohtar Mas`oed, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
  • Dr. Bo Kong, University of Oklahoma, United States
  • Dr. Heng Pek Koon, American University
  • Dr. Sabina Lautensach, Human Security Institute Canada, Canada
  • Dr. Alex Lautensach, University of Northern British Colombia, Canada
  • Dr. Dagmar Hellmann Rajanayagam, University of Passau, Germany
  • Dr. Ian Storey, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore
  • Dr. Kamarulzaman Askandar, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Dr. Shamsul Khan, University of South Australia, Australia
  • Dr. Thanyathip Sripana, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
  • Dr. Kumar Ramakrishna, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Dr. Joyce Juo Yu Lin, Tamkang University, Taiwan, Province of China

    Editorial Assistants
  • Siti Mariah Alias, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Muhammad Shafie Jamaan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

  • SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

    File:

    Manuscripts should be submitted to:

    The Editor,
    Jebat: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategy,
    School of History, Politics and Strategy,
    Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities,
    UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia,
    43600 UKM Bangi,
    Selangor, Malaysia.

    Email:  jebat@ukm.my
    Phone: +603 8921 5821/ 5588 / 5710
    Fax: +60389213290
     
    Contributors should submit their articles either in hard copy (one copy) to the address above, or in an electronic format as a Microsoft Word file (via email to jebat@ukm.my). All submissions should follow the journal`s guidelines below and should be accompanied a submission form (available below).

    Language: The journal accepts manuscripts written in Malay/Bahasa Indonesia or in English. The author may use either English or American spelling preferences, provided that only one style is used (consistently) throughout the manuscript (exclusive of bibliography).

    Manuscript: Articles should be no less than 7,000 words and no more than 8,500. Review articles should fall between 6-7,500 words. Book reviews should fall between 650-850 words. These figures include references, footnotes, and bibliography.

    To facilitate the review process, the author`s details are not to be included in the manuscript. Please attach a separate page which carries the following information:

    1.     Name of the author(s)
    2.     Title of the article
    3.     Abstract of the article (150 – 200 words max)
    4.     Institutional address
    5.     Author(s) email(s)
    6.     5-6 relevant keywords
    7.     A short biographical note (50 words max)
    8.     The exact length of the article

    Articles and book reviews should be typed in double spacing (including notes and references). Articles that are written in Malay/Bahasa Indonesia should include an abstract and title in English, as well as Malay/Bahasa Indonesia.

    Quotations: Quoted words, phrases and sentences should be enclosed in double quotation marks. Quotations within quotations should be enclosed in single quotation marks. Italicize non-English terms or phrases in manuscripts written in English, and italicize non-Malay terms or phrases in manuscripts written in Malay/Bahasa Indonesia. Quotations may be either run-in or, in the case of quotations which are four lines or longer, set off from the text as block quotations.

    Table, Diagrams, and Maps: To facilitate the typesetting process, tables should be uploaded as separate files. Any diagrams or maps should be in .TIF or .JPG formats submitted in separate individual files. These should be prepared in black and white. Tints should be avoided; use patterns instead.

    References, Notes and Citations: Notes should be kept to a minimum. Use endnotes, not footnotes. All notes should be numbered in sequence 1, 2, 3…, and double spaced.

    In-text citation should be in the form of endnotes.  It is the author`s responsibility to ensure the accuracy of the reference.  For all articles, a list of references cited must be supplied at the end of the manuscript in the form of a bibliography. When the bibliography lists several works by the same author, his or her name should not be repeated. Please refer to examples below:

    Endnotes and Bibliography:
    Monographs:
    NordinHussin. 2007. Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang 1780-1830: Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

    Kathirithamby-Wells, J., & Villiers, John (Eds.). 1990. The Southeast Asian Port and Polity Rise and Demise. Singapore: Singapore University Press.
     
    Article in a journal or book
    NordinHussin, 2008. “A Critical Review of The Early History Textbooks in Malaysian Secondary Schools”.  Indonesia and the Malay World. 36 (106):  451-461.

    Arasaratnam, Sinnappah. 1989. “European Port Settlements in the Coromandel Commercial System 1650-1740”. In Brides of the Sea, Port Cities of Asia From the 16th to 20th Centuries, edited by Frank Broeze.  Kensington: New South Wales University Press.

    Citation from a multi-authored book
    Andaya, L.Y. 1984.  “Historical Links Between Aquatic Populations and the Coastal Peoples of the Malay World and Celebes”. In Historia, edited by Muhamad Abu Bakar. Kuala Lumpur: The Malaysian Historical Society.

    If there is more than one work published by the same author, these works should be listed in chronological sequence. If there is more than one work published by the same author in the same year, these works should be distinguished by an `a`, `b`, `c`, etc. after the year (the order of the works).

    Copyright: Copyright of articles accepted for publication in Jebat: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategy rests with the publisher. It is the author`s responsibility to ensure that where copyright materials are included within an article the permission of the copyright holder has been obtained beforehand.


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