Focus & Scope

Ascarya: Journal of Islamic Science, Culture and Social Studies is a multidisciplinary journal published by the Perkumpulan Alumni dan Santri Mahyajatul Qurro'. The Publisher is an incorporated organization in a society based on the DECREE OF THE MINISTER OF LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER AHU-0015315. AH.01.07 the YEAR 2018.

This association has three classifications of activities, namely education, empowerment and community service. The publication of this journal is one of the forms of the output of the goals and vision-mission of the Perkumpulan Alumni dan Santri Mahyajatul Qurro' in research and education.

As a journal published by the Publisher of the Perkumpulan Alumni dan Santri Mahyajatul Qurro', this journal publishes articles with aims and broad scope in three main areas, namely Islamic Science, Culture and Social Studies. This journal has published articles in three main scopes described above but has not yet been classified under a specific category. Both volumes of these publications are still in the Indonesian version for the manuscript's content and English for the title and abstract.

The aim of the Ascarya Journal of Islamic Science, Culture & Social Studies (ISCS) is to disseminate the results of scientific research in the fields of Islamic science, culture, and social research widely.
ISCS is intended to be a journal that publishes research articles in the fields of education, law, history, literature, sociology, anthropology, politics, economics, communication, science, information technology.
ISCS accepts research-related articles with any research methodology that meets the standards set for publication in journals. The main audience, but not exclusively, are academics, graduate students, practitioners, and others.
The main criteria for publication on the ISCS are the importance of the contribution of an article to literature in the fields of Islamic science, culture, and social affairs, namely the importance of contribution and accuracy of the analysis and presentation of the paper. Admission decisions are made based on an independent review process which provides a very constructive and prompt evaluation of submitted manuscripts.

Ascarya Journal of Islamic Science, Culture & Social Studies welcome contributions in scientific articles. In particular, papers that consider the following general topics are invited.

Islamic Sciences

In this modern era, the study of Islamic science developed and existed in several topics; the study of Islamic science is what later became the aims and scope of this journal.
The focus of the study in this journal is:


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.

The journal publishes theoretical, empirical, and historical analyses that interrogate what culture means, and what culture does, across global and local scales of power and action, diverse technologies and forms of mediation, and multiple dimensions of performance, experience, and identity. Dedicated to theoretical and methodological innovation in cultural research, the journal is multidisciplinary in outlook, publishing relevant contributions that integrate approaches from the social sciences, humanities, information sciences, and more.

Social Studies

These sections foster the dissemination of ideas and research findings related to social studies. The social sciences are the fields of scholarship that study society. "Social science" is commonly used as an umbrella term to refer to a plurality of fields outside of the natural sciences. These include anthropology, archaeology, business administration, criminology, economics, education, geography, linguistics, political science, sociology, international relations, communication, and, in some contexts, history, law, and psychology.