Journal Information

Original title  : JRP (Jurnal Review Politik)
English title  : Journal of Political Review
Short title  : JRP
Abbreviation  : J. Rev. Pol.
Frequency  : 2 issues per year (June and December)
Number of articles per issue  : 7 research articles and reviews per issue
DOI  : 10.15642/JRP
ISSN  : 2088-6241 (Printed); 2615-6504 (Online)
Editor-in-Chief  : Ainur Rofiq Al Amin
Publisher  : Faculty of Ushuluddin and Philosophy, Sunan Ampel State Islamic University Surabaya
St. Ahmad Yani 117 Surabaya, East Java 60237, Indonesia
Language  : English, Indonesia
Citation Analysis  : SintaGoogle ScholarDimensionsGaruda
Subject Area  : Social Sciences; Arts and Humanities
Category  : Religion and Politics
Discipline  :

Political Science, Indonesian Politics, Gender Politics and Identity, Community Welfare, Social Development, Citizenship and Public Management, Public Policy, International Politics & Security, Media, Information & Literacy, Religion and Politics, Digital Society and Disruption, Civil Society Movement, Governance & Democracy, Radicalism, and Terrorism.


JRP (Jurnal Review Politik) is a high-quality peer-reviewed research journal published by the Department of Islamic Political Thought, Faculty of Ushuluddin and Philosophy, Sunan Ampel State Islamic University, Surabaya. The languages used are Indonesian and English. JRP is published twice a year, June and December.

The journal focuses on the studies of Islamic Political Thought, political science, religion and politics, governance issues, and public policies in Indonesia and other Islamic countries.

The journal publishes theoretical and empirical research articles to promote and disseminate the academic atmosphere in and around the regions. The journal has areas of concern that include political science, Indonesian politics, gender politics and identity, community welfare, social development, citizenship and public management, public policy, international politics & security, media, information & literacy, religion and politics, digital society and disruption, civil society movement, governance & democracy, radicalism, and terrorism.


 




Vol. 13 No. 2 (2023): December

The Brondot Strategy: Achieving Victory Without Vote Buying in Indonesia’s Local Democracy

Rofiq Rofiq(1), Nafisah Nafisah(2),

(1) Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo, Indonesia
(2) Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo, Indonesia

Page: 179-201

DOI : 10.15642/jrp.2023.13.2.179-201 , Abstract views: 47 , Downloads : 16

Kemenangan Ideologis dan Kekalahan Politik Wacana Politik Etnis Minang dalam Pemilihan Presiden 2014 dan 2019

Abdullah Khusairi(1), Muhammad Nasir(2), Ahmad Khoirul Fata(3),

(1) UIN Imam Bonjol Padang, Indonesia
(2) UIN Imam Bonjol Padang, Indonesia
(3) Institut Agama Islam Negeri Sultan Amai Gorontalo, Indonesia

Page: 202-229

DOI : 10.15642/jrp.2023.13.2.202-229 , Abstract views: 377 , Downloads : 18

Deklarasi Anies - Muhaimin dan Konflik Ideologi NU Versus PKS di Pentas Politik Nasional

Muhammad Dalle(1),

(1) UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang, Indonesia

Page: 230-252

DOI : 10.15642/jrp.2023.13.2.230-252 , Abstract views: 359 , Downloads : 27

Rekonsiliasi Arab Saudi dan Iran dalam Perspektif Konstruktivisme

Ahmad Zainal Musofa(1),

(1) UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Page: 253-277

DOI : 10.15642/jrp.2023.13.2.253-277 , Abstract views: 78 , Downloads : 30

Efektivitas Program One Gate, One Billing and One System dalam Pemberantasan Pungli di Pelabuhan

Haniah Hanafie(1),

(1) UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia

Page: 278-193

DOI : 10.15642/jrp.2023.13.2.278-193 , Abstract views: 77 , Downloads : 11

Increasing Political Participation and Capacity of Indigenous Papuans: Encouraging Adaptive Collaborative Governance

Kelik Iswandi(1),

(1) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Page: 294-317

DOI : 10.15642/jrp.2023.13.2.294-317 , Abstract views: 45 , Downloads : 9
DOI : 10.15642/jrp.2023.13.2.318-240 , Abstract views: 31 , Downloads : 8
View All Issues