Aims and Scope

The primary aim of the Pinisi Journal of Art, Humanity, and Social Studies (PJAHSS) is to serve as a preeminent platform for disseminating and enriching scholarly knowledge in the fields of Art, Humanities, and Social Sciences. It aspires to:

  • Foster Interdisciplinary Collaboration: By embracing a wide spectrum of disciplines, PJAHSS aims to encourage cross-disciplinary research and dialogue, thereby fostering a more holistic understanding of complex societal, cultural, and artistic phenomena.
  • Promote Academic Excellence: The journal is committed to upholding the highest academic rigor and integrity standards through its stringent peer-review process, ensuring that only research of exceptional quality and relevance is published.
  • Advance Scholarly Debate: By providing a forum for critically analyzing and discussing existing research findings, the journal aims to contribute to the ongoing development of theories and practices within its covered fields.
  • Encourage Innovation and New Perspectives: PJAHSS seeks to catalyze new ideas and innovative approaches in research, welcoming novel methodologies, theoretical frameworks, and insightful critiques that can advance understanding in its focus areas.

The scope of Pinisi Journal of Art, Humanity, and Social Studies is intentionally wide-ranging, encompassing many research areas within Art, Humanities, and Social Sciences. It includes, but is not limited to:

  • Anthropology: Exploring the varied dimensions of human societies and cultures and their development over time.
  • Art: Covering a broad range of artistic expressions, including visual arts, performance arts, and literary arts, with a focus on both contemporary and historical perspectives.
  • Cultural and Heritage Studies: Investigating the preservation, interpretation, and dissemination of cultural and historical heritage.
  • Economics: Addressing both theoretical and applied aspects of economics, including microeconomics, macroeconomics, and economic policy.
  • Law: Focusing on legal studies, jurisprudence, and law's impact on society.
  • Library Sciences: Exploring the evolving role of libraries in information dissemination, digital archiving, and knowledge management.
  • Political Science: Examining political systems, theories, governance, public policy, and international relations.
  • Philosophy: Delving into philosophical thought, ethics, logic, and the philosophical foundations of various disciplines.
  • Public Administration: Investigating the administration of government policy and the role of public servants.
  • Psychology: Covering the study of the human mind, behavior, and the psychological underpinnings of human interaction.
  • Sociology: Analyzing social behavior, institutions, and structures and their impact on human life.
  • Social Studies: Encompassing a broad range of studies on human society and social relationships.