Jambura Journal Civic Education

    Journal title
    OAI Address
        :        Jambura  Journal Civic Education
        :        Jacedu
        :        Biannual (Mei and Novemver)
        :        Indonesia
        :        2798-4818 (Online), 2808-2249(Print)
        :        Prefix 10.37905
        :        Yuli Adhani
        :        Civic Education Study Program, Universitas Negeri Gorontalo
        :        Free of charge (submission, publishing)
        :        http://ejurnal.ung.ac.id/index.php/jacedu

Jambura  Journal Civic Education (jacedu, E-ISSN 2798-4818 and P-ISSN 2808-2249) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Civic Education Study Program, Faculty Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Gorontalo. Jacedu provides open access to the principle that research published in this journal is freely available to the public to support the exchange of knowledge globally. Jacedu published two issue articles per year namely Mei and November Jacedu provides a place for academics, researchers, and practitioners to publish social sciences articles. Each text sent to the JACEDU editor is reviewed by peer review. Starting from Vol. 1 No. 1 (July, 2021), all manuscripts sent to the Jacedu editor are accepted in Bahasa Indonesia or English. The scope of the articles listed in this journal relates to various topics, including:

1. Pancasila Education
Pancasila education refers to the educational framework in Indonesia that emphasizes the principles of Pancasila, which are the foundational philosophical and ethical principles of the Indonesian state. "Pancasila" itself means "Five Principles" in Sanskrit, and they are:
  1. Belief in the one and only God (Ketuhanan Yang Maha Esa): This principle emphasizes the belief in a higher power. In Indonesia, which is a diverse country with various religious beliefs, this principle promotes tolerance and respect for different religions.
  2. Just and civilized humanity (Kemanusiaan yang adil dan beradab): This principle highlights the value of justice, equality, and human dignity. It promotes the idea that all human beings are equal regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or social status.
  3. The unity of Indonesia (Persatuan Indonesia): This principle underscores the importance of national unity and integrity. It emphasizes the idea that despite Indonesia's diverse ethnic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds, all citizens are part of a unified nation.
  4. Democracy guided by the inner wisdom in the unanimity arising out of deliberations amongst representatives (Kerakyatan yang dipimpin oleh hikmat kebijaksanaan dalam permusyawaratan/perwakilan): This principle advocates for democracy as the basis of governance, where decisions are made through deliberations and consensus among representatives. It also stresses the importance of wise and just leadership.
  5. Social justice for all of the people of Indonesia (Keadilan sosial bagi seluruh rakyat Indonesia): This principle emphasizes equitable distribution of wealth, equal access to opportunities, and social welfare for all citizens. It aims to reduce socio-economic disparities and promote the well-being of the entire population.
2. Civic Education
Civic education, also known as citizenship education or civics, is a form of education that aims to prepare individuals to be informed, engaged, and responsible citizens in their communities, nations, and the world. It encompasses a broad range of knowledge, skills, and values related to government, politics, law, economics, history, and social issues.
3. Character Building
Character building, also known as character education or moral education, refers to the intentional process of instilling positive values, attitudes, and behaviors in individuals to help them develop into morally responsible and socially conscious members of society. The goal of character building is to nurture traits such as integrity, empathy, respect, responsibility, honesty, perseverance, and compassion. 
4. Socio-Cultural
"Socio-cultural" refers to the intersection of social and cultural factors within a society or community. It involves the study and understanding of how social and cultural elements influence and shape each other, as well as how they impact individuals, groups, institutions, and societies as a whole.
5. Politic
Politics encompasses the processes, activities, and dynamics through which individuals and groups compete for power, make decisions, and influence the allocation of resources within a society or across nations. It involves the negotiation, contestation, and compromise of interests, values, and preferences among diverse stakeholders. Politics is central to the functioning of democratic systems, where citizens participate in electoral processes, engage in political discourse, and hold government officials accountable for their actions.
6. Law
Law refers to a system of rules, regulations, and principles that are established by governmental authorities and enforced by institutions such as courts, law enforcement agencies, and legal professionals. Laws govern behavior, relationships, and interactions among individuals and organizations within a society, providing a framework for resolving disputes, protecting rights, and promoting order and justice. Legal systems vary across jurisdictions and may be based on common law, civil law, religious law, or a combination of legal traditions.
7. Goverment
overnment refers to the system or institution responsible for administering and governing a community, society, or nation. It is the central authority that exercises political authority, enforces laws, provides public services, and manages collective affairs on behalf of the population. Governments perform a wide range of functions and responsibilities, which can vary depending on the form of government and the political system in place.
This journal is available in print and online and highly respects the ethics of publication and avoids all types of plagiarism.




Starting in 2022, Jacedu publication schedule is changed from July and Desember to Mei and November.  
Posted: 2022-12-28
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Vol 4, No 1 (2024): Vol.4 No.1 2024

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Fatmawaty Mohamad,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Sastro M. Wantu,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Udin Hamim,  Univeristas Negeri Gorontalo,
Yuli Adhani,  Univeristas Negeri Gorontalo,
Sri Marhayulya Mohi,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Candra Cuga,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Lucyane Djafar,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Rasid Yunus,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Ewan J lahabu,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Sastro M. Wantu,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Candra Cuga,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Ramli Mahmud,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Karto Nurkamiden,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Muchtar Ahmad,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Candra Cuga,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Zulaecha Ngiu,  Univeristas Negeri Gorontalo,
Nur Rizqi Julianti,  Universitas Mataram,  Indonesia
Lalu Sumardi,  Universitas Mataram,
Sawaludin Sawaludin,  Universitas Mataram,
Yunus N Banuna,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Muchtar Ahmad,  Univeristas Negeri Gorontalo,
Candra Cuga,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Zulaecha Ngiu,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Sry Reski Mulka,  Universitas Mulawarman,
Novita Surya Ningsih,  Universitas Mulawarman,
Hafizh Yudhistira Inderawaspada,  Universitas Mulawarman,
Zulfikar Adjie,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Syahrir Soleman,  Universitas Negeri Gorontalo,
Rini Fitriani,  Mataram University,  Indonesia
Lalu Sumardi,  Indonesia
Basariah Basariah,  Universitas Mataram,  Indonesia
Fikry Ramadhan Masloman,  Universitas Negeri Manado,
Arie Supriati,  Universitas Negeri Manado,
Theodorus Pangalila,  Universitas Negeri Manado,
Dede Suherman,  Universitas PGRI Semarang,
Titik Haryati,  Universitas PGRI Semarang,
Dwi Kusumoningsih,  SMAN 14 Semarang,