Journal of the Community Development in Asia(JCDA)

The academically peer reviewed journal of Journal of Community Development in Asia (JCDA) is peer reviewed journal of community development. The journal is dedicated to improving the knowledge and practice in the field of purposive community development. It explores the community development broadly include the policy, planning, research methodologies, entrepreneurship activities. Any research, theory evaluation, and community problem examination is welcomed.

The aims of the JCDA is to feature narrative, theoretical and empirically-based research articles,experience and reviews in anything related to community development in Asia. JCDA is indexed by Google Scholar, Neliti and PKP Index, CrossREF (DOI number) and now proceesing to WOS and Scopus Index and other indexing and database. The JCDA vision is to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles, which offer its authors and readers a combination of academic rigor and professional development.

We are open for any academics and professionals who are interested to join the editorial and reviewer board. 


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IMPORTANT DATE

Schedule of publication in JCDA (20 January)

Manuscript submitted: 20 October
Manuscript revised: 20 November
Accepted for publication: 20 December
 

Schedule of publication in JCDA  (20 MAY)

Manuscript submitted: 20 February
Manuscript revised: 20 March
Accepted for publication: 20 April

Schedule of publication in JCDA (20 September)

Manuscript submitted: 20 June
Manuscript revised: 20 July
Accepted for publication: 20 August

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Vol 4, No 3 (2021): Journal of The Community Development in Asia (JCDA)

Theme: Multidisciplinary Research on Community Development 2021

The aims of the JCDA is to feature narrative, theoretical and empirically-based research articles, student/faculty reflections, study abroad experience, and book reviews relevant to international students and their cross-cultural experiences and understanding in anything related to community development in Asia.

Table of Contents

Articles

Ahmad Amir Aziz, Royani Royani, Syukriati Syukriati
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1-11
Rielly Lontoh, Ronny A. Maramis, J. Ronald Mawuntu, Abdurrahman Konoras
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12-24
Steven Yohanes Pailah
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25-35
Azimah Shazeeda Suleiman, Daisy Mui Hung Kee, Asraaf Mohmed Azmi, Da Wei Chan, Jhing Hoong Aw, Wulan Ruhiyyih Khanum, A.A. Gde Satia Utama
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36-48
Rajesh Kumar Nair, Varsha Ganatra, Karishma Kaur, Daisy Mui Hung Kee, Wan Teng Khoo, Shi Ying Khor, Keshaav Rao, Janhvi Mahajan
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49-67
Varsha Ganatra, Rishikaysh Kaakandikar, Muhammad Izzuddin, Daisy Mui Hung Kee, Najihah Bt Zainuddin, Muhammad Az-Zahid Bukhari, Muhammad Azfar Nurhakim, Varsha Panwar
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68-78
Fernando J. M. M. Karisoh, Caecilia J. J. Waha, Jemmy Sondakh, Emma V. T. Senewe
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79-91
Sevry Maringka, Lexie A. Lumingkewas, Steven Vleike Tarore
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92-107
Ida Ayu Nyoman Yuliastuti, Putu Kepramareni, Anak Agung Putu Wiwik Sugiantari, I Ketut Sudipta Giri, I Gede Cahyadi Putra
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108-116
Seska Pukul
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117-127