Journal of Government and Civil Society

Journal of Government and Civil Society (JGCS) (p-ISSN  2579-4396, e-ISSN  2579-440X) is an academic journal published by Government Science Study Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang, Indonesia in collaboration with Muhammadiyah College Association of Governmental Science (AIPPTM) and Kesatuan Program Studi Ilmu Pemerintahan Indonesia (KAPSIPI)

The JGCS has been accredited by National Journal Accreditation (ARJUNA) Managed by Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of Republic Indonesia with Second Grade (SINTA 2)  since 2018 to 2022 according to The Decree No. 225/E/KPT/2022  as an achievement for the peer-reviewed journal which has excellent quality in management and publication. The articles published in Journal of Government and Civil Society (JGCS), are articles based on research (priority), and scientific review articles regarding the contemporary phenomena in the field of government science. 

The JGCS is published twice a year, in April (Issue 1) and October (Issue 2). All submitted manuscripts will be initially reviewed by editors and are then evaluated by an Eligible Reviewers through the Double-blind Review process. This is to ensure the quality of the published manuscripts in the journal.

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Before Submission

Starting from Volume 4 Issue 2 (2020), The Journal of Government and Civil Society will only accept the manuscript in English . The author has to make sure that the manuscript has been prepared using Journal of Government and Civil Society template following the author guidelines. The single author's paper is just for the invited author or the author who has great reputable for research or publication. The manuscript should also have been carefully proofread and similarity check (the proofreading certificate and similarity check result must be attached as supplementary file in submission process). Any manuscript which does not meet the author guidelines, focus and scope, or written in a different format, will be immediately rejected. The only manuscript which meets the Journal of Government and Civil Society standard will be processed further. 



Article Processing Charges (APC) Information (Start from 2024)


Starting form 2024, The Journal of Government and Civil Society (JGCS) Article Processing Charge (APC) will be increasing to 2.000.000 IDR or USD 150.

The article processing charge (APC) enables us to keep our quality high by employing professional proofreaders on our editing staff. Journal of Government and Civil Society (JGCS) publishes all its journals in full open access, meaning unlimited use and reuse of articles, in addition to giving credit to the authors. All of our articles are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY SA) license.

Authors pay a one-time Article Processing Charge (APC) to cover the costs of administration and management, professional production of articles in PDF and other formats. Please note that the option to process an advance payment remains but does not guarantee acceptance of manuscripts. There are no charges for rejected articles, no submission charges, and no surcharges based on the figures or supplementary data.

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Vol 8, No 1 (2024): Journal of Government and Civil Society (April)

This Issue has been available online since 31 April 2024 for the regular issue of Journal of Government and Civil Society. All Articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by 26 Authors from 5 countries (Indonesia, Cyprus, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Germany)

Table of Contents


Exploring Global Research Trends in Sports Tourism Policy: Formulating Indonesia's future policies
Kisman Karinda, Tawakkal Baharuddin, Kittisak Jermsittiparsert
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.10123
Abstract views : 228 times | Download PDF - 269 times
The Phenomenon of Ambivalence in Policy Implementation: How Muhammadiyah Universities Protect Women against Sexual Violence
Ria Angin, Fauziah Fauziah, Kahar Haerah
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.10056
Abstract views : 129 times | Download PDF - 138 times
Investigating E-Government Adoption: The Intention to Use MyASN Application by Indonesian National Civil Service Agency (NCSA)
Silfa Kurnia Aditya, Husna Alfiani, Dana Indra Sensuse, Sofian Lusa, Prasetyo Adi Wibowo Putro, Sofianti Indriasari
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.10890
Abstract views : 270 times | Download PDF - 166 times
Makassar City Climate Change Handling Policy
Aswar Annas, Resky Amalia P
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.9530
Abstract views : 151 times | Download PDF - 97 times
Assessing the Challenges and Opportunities for Implementing New and Renewable Energy Policy in Indonesia: A Qualitative Study
Asep Nurjaman Nurjaman, Vina Salviana Darvina Soedarwo, Djoko Sigit Sayogo, Rachmad K Dwi Susilo
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.8970
Abstract views : 126 times | Download PDF - 153 times
Relationship Between E-Government, E-Participation, Human Development, and Its Effect on Democracy in Asia
Jaka Raharja, Zuly Qodir
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.9105
Abstract views : 307 times | Download PDF - 201 times
How Is E-Government Readiness and Its Impact On Muhammadiyah Citizens? (An Analysis of Ponorogo Internet Program Enters RT)
Dian Suluh Kusuma Dewi, Dwiana Binti Yulianti, Ekapti Wahjuni Djuwitaningsih
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.9432
Abstract views : 95 times | Download PDF - 85 times
Analysing the Urban Housing Challenge in Harare, Zimbabwe Through the Wicked Policy Problems Framework
Leon Poshai, Alouis Chilunjika, Kudakwashe Intauno
DOI : 10.31000/jgcs.v8i1.10976
Abstract views : 141 times | Download PDF - 145 times