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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The writing as a whole consists of 3000-5000 characters, including the bibliography. The research uses Microsoft Word format with Trebuchet MS font format (size adjusts to the body of the article), Margins: Top 2.5, Bottom 2.5, Left 3, and Right 2.5, and line spacing 1.5, except for titles, affiliations, and abstracts with single spacing; and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Ascarya Journal of Islamic Science, Culture & Social Studies has the scope of scientific articles, the published articles in this journal deals with a broad range of topics in the fields of multidisciplinary study on Islamic Studies, Culture & Social Studies around the world. This journal cordially welcomes scholars' contributions of related disciplines;

All submission in  Ascarya should follow the guidelines as below:

  1. The writing is an original work, no plagiarism, and has not been published offline or online.
  2. Writing can be in the form of quantitative, qualitative, or library research results.
  3. The themes of the study are authentic and factual ones related to Islamic Studies, Culture & Social Studies around the world.
  4. The article must contain the study's title, name of the researcher, affiliation, email, abstract, keywords, introduction, method, discussion, conclusion, and bibliography.
  5. The writing as a whole consists of 3000-5000 characters, including the bibliography. The research uses Microsoft Word format with Trebuchet MS font format (size adjusts to the body of the article), Margins: Top 2.5, Bottom 2.5, Left 3, and Right 2.5, and line spacing 1.5, except for titles, affiliations, and abstracts with single spacing.
  6. Use APA for in-text citations and reference lists (Angeli et al., 2010). For in-text citations, use the name and year of the researcher (Researcher, 1980), and if there is a direct quote, then provide the page number" (Researcher, 2010: 24). If the author cites more than one reference, enter alphabetical order (Alpha, 2008; Beta, 1999). For references with up to five researchers, use all names on the first instance (Author1, Author2, Author3, Author4 & amp; Author5, 2007), and then use the first researcher et al. further (Researcher1 et al., 2007). Do not use footnotes.

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Articles

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Islamic Science

The Islamic sciences (also known as 'the sciences of religion') are a group of historically defined religious disciplines that Islamic scholars (ulama) construct and interpret Islamic religious knowledge. Among these sciences are:
1. Ilm al-fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence):
2. Ilm al-hadith: the investigation of the veracity of Prophetic traditions or hadith.
3. Ilm al-rijl: the biographical study of hadith transmitters to assess their credibility.
4. ilm al-kalm (also known as asl al-din, "the roots of religion"): speculative theology
5. Ilm al-lugha (Arabic grammar)
6. Ilm al-tafsr: Qur'anic interpretation
7. Ilm al-naskh: the study of abrogation (parts of the Qur'an that surpass or cancel other sections)
8. Ilm al-tajwd: principles for good Qur'an recitation
9. Ilm al-qiraat: on the many ways in which the Qur'an may be recited

Cultre

Culture is defined as the features and knowledge of a particular group of people, and it includes language, religion, food, social behaviors, music, and the arts, among other things.

The cultural study is an interdisciplinary study that investigates the political dynamics of modern culture and its historical underpinnings. Cultural studies scholars often explore how cultural practices link to larger systems of power associated with or working via social phenomena. These include ideology, class structures, national formations, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, and generation.

Social Studies

Social studies aim to promote civic competence—the information, intellectual processes, and democratic attitudes necessary for students to be active and engaged citizens.

The ten themes are:

1. CULTURE

2. TIME, CONTINUITY, AND CHANGE

3. PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS

4. INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT AND IDENTITY

5. INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, AND INSTITUTIONS

6. POWER, AUTHORITY, AND GOVERNANCE

7. PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND CONSUMPTION

8. SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY

9. GLOBAL CONNECTIONS

10. CIVIC IDEALS AND PRACTICES

 

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