Focus and Scope

The Indonesian Journal of Cultural and Community Development (IJCCD) is a peer-reviewed, open-access publication dedicated to fostering a deeper understanding of community and cultural development in Indonesia. IJCCD facilitates scholarly exchange and knowledge dissemination, while advocating for sustainable community development and cultural preservation.

The journal’s primary focus is on research, insights, and implications associated with a broad spectrum of themes and subjects including, but not limited to:

  1. Village Development: We welcome submissions pertaining to grassroots strategies and programs aimed at developing villages, with an emphasis on sustainability and inclusivity.

  2. Arts, Heritage, Tourism, and Hospitality Development: This includes research and reviews on projects preserving and promoting arts and heritage, as well as tourism and hospitality development, and the impact of these initiatives on local communities.

  3. Communication and Community Education Development: We invite papers that explore the development and improvement of communication methods and education within community contexts.

  4. Cultural Studies and Community Development: Submissions should delve into the intersection of cultural studies and their role in stimulating community development.

  5. Migration, Displacement, and Community Development: Articles addressing the impact of migration and displacement on community development, as well as innovative solutions to mitigate these challenges, are encouraged.

  6. Cultural and Creative Industries: Research focusing on the development, enhancement, and management of cultural and creative industries in Indonesia.

  7. Innovative Technologies and Digital Solutions for Community Development: This section focuses on how technologies and digital solutions can address community development issues, fostering innovation and advancement in this field.

  8. Disaster Risk Reduction, Resilience, and Community-based Approaches: We seek papers investigating disaster risk reduction, resilience building, and other community-based approaches for disaster preparedness and response.

  9. Youth Engagement and Development in Communities: This area looks at the role of youth in community development, including ways to engage and empower them in these efforts.

In addition, the journal also publishes:

  1. Reviews: These provide critical analyses of existing literature or cultural artifacts related to the focus and scope of the journal.

  2. Essays: We welcome insightful and thought-provoking essays relating to the aforementioned focus areas.

  3. Training Materials: Materials designed for capacity building, skill enhancement, or knowledge transfer in community and cultural development.

  4. Community Development Reports: Detailed accounts or evaluations of community development projects, policies, or programs.

The IJCCD invites authors from various fields and disciplines who share a common interest in advancing research in cultural and community development. Our goal is to foster a multidisciplinary and intercultural dialogue that leads to new insights and perspectives, contributing to the well-being and sustainability of communities in Indonesia and beyond.

Submitted manuscripts should align with the journal’s focus and scope, exhibit high scholarly merit, and adhere to ethical guidelines. All manuscripts undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the publication of high-quality content.