|Original title||:||JRP (Jurnal Review Politik)|
|English title||:||Journal of Political Review|
|Abbreviation||:||J. Rev. Pol.|
|Frequency||:||2 issues per year (June and December)|
|Number of articles per issue||:||7 research articles and reviews per issue|
|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
|Citation Analysis||:||Sinta, Google Scholar, Dimensions, Garuda|
|Subject Area||:||Social Sciences; Arts and Humanities|
|Category||:||Religion and Politics|
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. 1 (2023): June