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Jurnal Islam dan Masyarakat Kontemporari


Discipline(s) / Subdiscipline(s):

     1. Arts & Humanities
         - Religion

     2. Social Sciences
         - Sociology

Print ISSN: 2289-6325
Publisher: Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin
Publication type: Print
Publication frequency: 2 time(s) per year
Journal Website: https://journal.unisza.edu.my/jimk/index.php/jimk

Contact Info

Ketua Editor,
Jurnal Islam dan Masyarakat Kontemporari,
Fakulti Pengajian Kontemporari Islam,
Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin,
Kampus Gong Badak,
21300 Kuala Terengganu,

Phone: 096687689/8094
Fax: 09-6687845
E-mel: ketuaeditorjimk@unisza.edu.my

Journal Islam dan Masyarakat Kontemporari (Journal of Islam and Contemporary Society) is a refereed journal committed to the development of knowledge by encouraging discussion of the various branches of the discipline of Islamic studies and social sciences. The journal publishes articles, book reviews, and research reports of interest to scholars, especially in terms of content and approach.



Wan Hishamudin Bin Wan Jusoh, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia

Editorial Board

Journal Manager
  • Syed Hadzrullathfi Bin Syed Omar, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia

    Advisory Board
  • Muhammad Syukri Salleh, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Malaysia
  • Mahmood Zuhdi Hj Abd Majid, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa, Malaysia
  • Carl W. Ernst, University of North Carolina, United States
  • Azizan Baharuddin, Universiti Malaya (UM), Malaysia
  • Darryl R.J. Macer, UNESCO, Bangkok, Thailand

  • Syed Hadzrullathfi Bin Syed Omar, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Syed Mohd Hafiz Bin Syed Omar, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Engku Muhammad Tajuddin Bin Engku Ali, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Zulkfili Bin Mohd, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Abdul Wahid Bin Salleh, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Ab. Aziz Bin Sulaiman, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Tasnim Binti Abdul Rahman, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Mohamad Zaidin Bin Mat @ Mohamad, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Zawawi Bin Yusoff, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Razali Bin Musa, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Mahadi Bin Mohammad, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Jamaluddin Bin Hashim, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia
  • Mohd Shahril Bin Othman, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin(UniSZA), Malaysia



    Online Submission
  • Online submission is encouraged to the Jurnal Islam dan Masyarakat Kontemporari, to ensure efficient and quicker processing. Accepted manuscript will be published after being galley proofed by the corresponding or main author, even before the Jurnal Islam dan Masyarakat Kontemporari itself is printed.

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    Manuscripts Preparation
  • Each article will be evaluated by the Chief Editor. After preliminary examination by the editorial board to establish that the manuscript is within the scope of this Journal, the manuscript will be reviewed for originality and significance by at least one independent referee, who then makes a recommendation as to its acceptability for publication. The Chief Editor reserves the right to make the final decision.

  • Jurnal Islam dan Masyarakat Kontemporari publishes manuscripts written in Malay, English and Arabic Inglish. Manuscripts should be typed in MSWord Program only, single-spacing throughout (including abstract and references) on one side of A4-size paper with wide margins (2 cm) and Arial standardized font (size 11). Every page of the manuscript, including references, tables, etc., should be numbered consecutively on the lower right-hand corner. Words that should be italicized must be typed as such. Any other word should not be italicized.

  • It is recommended that all manuscripts be divided into several sections as follows: ABSTRACT, (ABSTRAK the Malay Language translation of the Abstract should be carried out by corresponding or main author, only in the case of foreign submissions will this translation be carried out by this Journal), INTRODUCTION, MATERIALS and METHODS, RESULTS/and DISCUSSION, ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS (if any), and REFERENCES. All section headings should be capitalized and flushed to the left. Sub-headings should be typed in lower-case, also flushed to the left. The text should be typed two spaces below the section heading. Results should either be presented in table or figure form, but not in both forms unless required. Captions should be written above the table or below the figure.
    • The manuscript, in general, should be organized in the following order:
    • Title: Concise and descriptive, typed in uppercase and lowercase letters, bold, and centered.
    • Name(s) of author(s): Bold, typed in uppercase and lowercase letters, italicized and centered.
    • Present address(es): Typed in uppercase and lowercase letters, and centered. E-mail addresses are not recommended for authors, but required for corresponding author.
    • Abstract (Abstrak): The abstract, in 200 to 300 words, should be informative, concise and clear when read in isolation. The word ABSTRACT and ABSTRAK should be italicized and bold.
    • Keywords (Kata kunci): Five or six words should be selected as keywords to reflect the overall ideas of the paper. The word Keywords and Kata kunci should be bold. They should be typed below ABSTRACT and ABSTRAK, respectively, and flushed to the left.
  • Submitted short communications of research updates should not exceed 10 typed manuscript pages (including tables and figures). However, some exceptions will be accepted for preliminary works or as recommended by the referee and/or Chief Editor.

    Title Page
  • A separate title page should include: (1) Title of paper; (2) Names and initials of authors; (3) Institutional affiliations of authors; (4) Name, email and postal address of corresponding author; (5) Keywords in alphabetical order (maximum of six, suitable for indexing). The corresponding author is requested to supply the full postal address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address and personal website (if available).

    References Cited
  • The list of references should be alphabetically arranged in accordance with the surname of the first author. Publication(s) by the same author(s) in the same year should be listed as 2000a, 2000b etc. Journal titles should be cited in full, and italicized. Volume and issue numbers should be bold.

  • References cited in the text should be given in parentheses, e.g. (Mohammad, 1992: Musa and Hassan, 1993; Ho et al., 1994), except when the author is mentioned, e.g.: and the study of Ross and Ross (1990) and Salisbury et al. (1995) .

  • A unique system must be followed for listing the references in the reference index for journal, book, book chapter, report, proceeding, thesis and dissertation, patent, standard and related documents from the internet; for example:
    • Journal citation: Ali, A. M., Hamid, M. & Yusoff, K. (1996). Production of monoclonal antibodies against Newcastle disease virus. Asia Pacific Journal of Molecular and Biotechnology 4: 236-242.

    • Book: Nashriyah binti Mat, Ho Nai-Kin, Ismail bin Sahid, Ahyaudin bin Ali & Lum Keng-Yeang. (1998). Rice Agroecosystem of the Muda Irrigation Scheme, Malaysia. MINT-MADA, Malaysia. ISBN 967-9970-04-3. 256 pp.

    • Book chapter: Burhanuddin Ahmad, Zaleha Hashim, Abdul Khalik Wood, Nashriyah binti Mat & M. Kamil Abdul Rashid. (2002). Speciations of organochlorine pesticides in sediment of coastal water of the Muda rice granary area. p. 141-52. In Sustainable Rice Production in Malaysia Beyond 2000. B. M. Nashriyah, N. K. Ho, B. S. Ismail, A. B. Ali, K. Y. Lum and M. B. Mansor (eds.). MINT-MADA, Malaysia. 286 pp.

    • Proceedings: Zakaria, M. B., Jais, M. J., Wan-Yaacob Ahmad, Mohd Rafidi Othman & Zainal Abidin Harahap. (2002). Penurunan kekeruhan EIMS oleh koagulan konvensional dan kitosan. In: Prosiding Seminar Kimia Bersama UKM ITB. 16-17 July 2002, Melaka, Malaysia. p. 487-492.

    • Presentations: Mat B. Zakaria & Md. Pauzi Abdullah. (1996). Potential of chitosan in the food industries. Presented at First National Technology Connection Seminar. 14-15 November 1996, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 7 pp.

    • Report: Nashriyah binti Mat & Norimah binti Yusof. (2005). Analysis of Prawn Tissue Samples Derived from Mini Study on the Impact of Coal Dust to Prawn Fry. MINT/L/2005/38(S) (Research Project Agreement MINT-TNBJ: Code No: UPP/2005/(03)). Malaysian Nuclear Agency, Bangi, Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia. 108 pp.

    • Thesis and Dissertation: Halimah, M. (2007). The Environmental Fate of Fluroxypyr and Chlorpyrifos in Oil Palm Agroecosystem. PhD Thesis, University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia. 242 pp.

    • Patent: Andress, Jr. H. J. (1974). German Patent 2, 413, October.

    • Standard: Japanese Industrial Standard. (1975). Method of Ultrasonic Manual Testing and Classification of Test Results for Welds, JIS Z 3060.

    • Internet: JAIF, Inc. (2004). 6th FNCA Coordinators Meeting in Japan, http://www.fnca.jp, retrieved 1st June 2005.
  • All references cited in the text must be listed in the reference list. Likewise, all references listed in the reference list must be cited in the text. Editor reserves the right to delete the missing and incomplete references if deemed necessary, and the related text. Incomplete references include references without page numbers.

    Personal communications and websites
  • References to personal communications should be kept to a very minimum and only be mentioned in the text in the following form: (Muhammad, pers. comm.). References to websites is allowed only with the approval of the Chief Editor.

  • Authors should observe the limitations as set by the Journals size and layout, and avoid large tables. Each table should be numbered consecutively (Table 1, Table 2, etc.), and typed double-spaced on a separate page. Each table should be provided with concise and self-explanatory title in lower case above the table, and must contain horizontal lines only (above and below column headings and at the end of the table). Avoid usage of abbreviations; necessary usage of abbreviations must be clearly explained in the text (including the ABSTRACT and ABSTRAK) when mentioned the first time. Large data sets should be presented in two or more tables for clarity.

    Figures and photos
  • Figures and photographs are to be labeled as figures (Fig.). If necessary, figures should be drawn on a separate sheet of paper and each figure identified lightly in pencil on the reverse. Cut and paste figures should be totally avoided unless they are original, meaning that they can be easily edited by using Microsoft Word. Captions to all figures should be typed double-spaced in lower-case below the figure. Illustrations should be numbered, according to their sequence in the text. References should be made in the text to each illustration. No border (box) is allowed for figures.

  • Photographs (of high quality black and white, glossy print type with good contrast) should be submitted in duplicate, complete with magnification (if any). Colored slides will not be considered for printing unless as black and white, so reconsider submitting them. On rare occasion, request for color publication will be entertained subject to prior payment from author.The color figures can be published for the online version of JAB but the printed version will be in black and white only except when the author pays the required cost.

  • This Journal accepts only good contrast and original line drawings. Poor quality illustration will not be included nor returned. It must be labeled as figure (and should follow all explanations in the abovementioned Figures and photos), and in the body text it must be centered.

  • This should be included whenever it is deemed appropriate, as a separate section before the Reference index section.
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