SCOPUS Citation Analysis

Humaniora is cited at least 48 times at Scopus database.
Update January 23th, 2019, 11:00 PM GMT+7.| First published in 1989

Akhyat, A. (2016). Dualisme Ekonomi pada Kredit Rakyat di Yogyakarta pada Tahun 1912-1990. Humaniora, 27(2), 252-262.

1. Widodo, S. (2017). A critical review of Indonesia's agrarian reform policy. Journal of Regional and City Planning, 28(3), 204-218.

Mahmuda, A. (2016). Magic realism in ahmad sadawiys frankesnstein fi Baghdad. Humaniora, 28(2), 142-151.

1. Murphy, S. (2018). Frankenstein in Baghdad: Human conditions, or conditions of being human. Science-Fiction Studies, 45(2), 273-288.

Reid, A. (2016). Humanities in Indonesia for a global age. Humaniora, 28(1), 1-11.

1. Heryanto, A. (2018). Decolonising Indonesia, Past and Present. Asian Studies Review (Article in Press).

Andries, F.F., Maso'ed, M., Bagir, Z.A. (2014). Identitas Jemaah Ahmadiyah Indonesia dalam Konteks MultikulturalHumaniora, 26(2),117-133.

1. Suryana, A. (2017). Discrepancy in state practices: The cases of violence against Ahmadiyah and Shi'a minority communities during the presidency of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Al-Jami'ah, 55(1), 71-104.

Juneman, J., Rahardjo, W. (2013). Influence of sexual values on perceived risk of interfaith marriage among unmarried urban students in Jakarta. Humaniora, 25(1), 3-13.

1. Azizah, A., Abraham, J. (2018). Content analysis and exploratory factor analysis of relationship goals among young adults: Converging data from Instagram and offline surveys. International Journal of Advanced Computer Research, 8(34), 11-34.

Djono, D., Utomo, T.P., Subiyantoro, S. (2012). Nilai Kearifan Lokal Rumah Tradisional Jawa. Humaniora, 24(3), 269-278.

1. Affandi, K.N., Tjahjono, H.K., Palupi, M. (2017). The model of spiritual well-being of employees in Indonesia. Proceedings of the 29th International Business Information Management Association Conference-Education Excellence and Innovation Management through Vision 2020: From Regional Development Sustainability to Global Economic Growth, 3713-3721.

2. Abadi, M.K., Cahya, E., Jupri, A. (2017). The Development of Interactive Mathematics Learning Material Based on Local Wisdom. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 895(1), 12-86.

Lampe, M. (2012). Bugis-Makassar seamanship and reproduction of maritime cultural values in Indonesia. Humaniora, 24(2), 141-155.

1. Anggraeni, T.D.A., et. al. (2018). Genetic diversity of Jatropha curcas collections from different islands in Indonesia. Plant Genetic Resources: Characterisation and Utilisation 16(4), 334-342.

Wijana, I.D.P. (2012). The use of english in adolescent's slang. Humaniora, 23(3), 315-323.

1. Ibrohim, M.O., Budi, I. (2018). A Dataset and Preliminaries Study for Abusive Language Detection in Indonesia Social Media. Procedia Computer Science, 135, 222-229.

Wijaya, I.N. (2012). Relasi-relasi Kekuasaan di Balik Pengelolaan Industri Pariwisata Bali. Humaniora, 24(2), 141-155.

1. Sagala, I. (2018). Extension of Religious Ritual Functions in Development Process: Study of Mandi Safar in Air Hitam Ocean Indonesia. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 156(1), 12-19.

Nawiyanto (2011). Ulama dalam Dinamika Sosial Masyarakat Aced di Awal Abad ke-Dua Puluh Satu. Humaniora, 23(3), 315-325.

1. Widodo, S.T., Saddhono, K. (2012). Petangan tradition in Javanese personal naming practice: An ethnolinguistic study. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, 12(4), 1165-1177.

Nur, Aslam (2011). Ulama Dalam Dinamika Sosial Masyarakat Aceh Di Awal Abad Kedua Puluh Satu. Humaniora, 23(3), 315-325.

1. Dhuhri, S. (2016). The text of conservatism: The role of Abbas' Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jamā'ah in underpinning acehnese current religious violence. Studia Islamika, 23(1), 29-59.

Sukesti, R. (2011). Tema - Rema dalam Bahasa Jawa Ngoko Dialek Banyumas: Kajian Penataan Organisasi Informasi. Humaniora, 23(3), 315-325.

1. Dhuhri, S. (2016). The text of conservatism: The role of Abbas' Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jamaah in underpinning Acehnese current religious violence. Studia Islamika, 23(1), 29-59.

Hanneman, Samuel (2010). Universitas, Negara, dan Masyarakat Indonesia: Implementasi Paradigma Modernisasi di Era Orde Baru. Humaniora, 22(1), 31-42.

1. Samuel, H., Sutopo, O.R. (2013). The many faces of Indonesia: Knowledge production and power relations. Asian Social Science, 9 (13), 289-298.

Pona, L. (2009). Transmigrasi Era Otonomi Khusus di Provinsi Papua [Transmigrant program in the special autonomy of Papua Province]. Humaniora, 21(3), 350-363.

1. Wambrauw, E.V., Morgan, T.K.K.B. (2017). The sustainabillity of the Merauke Integrated Food and Energy Estate (MIFEE). International Journal of Environmental Sustainabillity, 13(2), 15-36.

Simon Sabon Ola (2009). Value and importance of Ritual Lewak Tapo at Ethnic Lamaholot in Adonara Island, East Flores. Humaniora, 21(3), 301-309. 

1. Surono, Ingrid Suryanti. Ethnic fermented foods and beverages of Indonesia, in Tamang, J.P. (2016). Ethnic Fermented Foods and Alcoholic Beverages of Asia, 341-382.

Sudarmoko (2009). Roman Pergaoelan, Penulisan Sejarah, dan Kanonisasi Sastra Indonesia. Humaniora 21(1), 28-40.

1. Sudarmoko (2010). Revisiting a private publishing house in the Indonesian colonial period. Indonesia and the Malay World, 38(111), 181-216.

Kumbara, A.A.N.A. (2008). Konstruksi Identitas Orang Sasak di Lombok Timur, Nusa Tenggara Barat. Humaniora, 20(3), 54-65.

1. Widodo, S.T., Saddhono, K. (2012). Petangan tradition in Javanese personal naming practice: An ethnoliguistic study. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, 12(4), 1165-1177.

2. Dharma Satrya, H. D. (2018). Feudalism versus Capitalism: The changing representation of Lombok in Nadira Khalid's novel Ketika Cinta Tak Mau Pergi. 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature, 24(4), 115-127.

3. Winarto, Y. T., et. al. (2018). Nurturance and trust in developing agrometeorogical learning in a changing climate: The science field shops in Indonesia. Indonesia and the Malay World, 46(136), 360-381.

Wijana, I.D.P. (2008). Kata-kata kasar dalam bahasa Jawa. Humaniora, 20(3), 249-256.

1. Ibrohim, M.O., Budi, I. (2018). A Dataset and Preliminaries Study for Abusive Language Detection in Indonesian Social Media. Procedia Computer Science, 135, 222-229.

Revita, I., Dewa Putu Wijana, I., Poedjosoedarmo, S. (2007). Permintaan dalam Bahasa Minangkabau. Humaniora, 19(2),195-206.

1. Li, S. (2017). Using corpora to develop learners’ collocational competence. Language Learning and Technology, 21(3), 153-171.

Suryadi (2007). Surat-surat Sultan Buton Dayyan Asraruddin dan Kaimuddin I Koleksi Universiteits Bibliotheek Leiden, Belanda. Humaniora, 19(3), 284-301.

1. Burhanudin J. (2014). Al-Lughah al-Malayuwiyah wa takwin al-Islam al-Indunisi: Nazrah tarikhiyah ijtimaiyahStudia Islamika, 21(3), 489-534.

2. Suryadi (2015). A linguistic kaleidoscope of the Malay letter: The case of the eighteenth century official letters from the Sultanate of Buton. Wacana, 16(2), 304-338.

3. Burhanudin J. (2018). Converting belief, connecting people: The kingdoms and the dynamics of Islamization in pre-colonial archipelagoStudia Islamika, 25(2), 247-278.

Nadar, F. X. (2007). The prominent characteristics of Javanese culture and their reflections in their language use. Humaniora, 19(2), 168-174.

1. Munandar, A. (2018). Losing the battle: The marginalization of Javanese compact forms Open Access. Wacana, 19(1), 36-57.

Padmo, S. (2007). Gerakan pembaharuan islam di Indonesia dari masa ke masa: Sebuah pengantar. Humaniora, 19(2), 151-160.

1. Wijaya, I. F. (2018). The impact of religiosity on self-employment. Journal of Enterprising Communities,

Maharsiwara, S. (2006). Moslem in the Javanese Culture Pluralism and the Palace Art Performance Secondary Document. Humaniora, 18(3), 226-235.

1. Hermawan, A., Arief, M., Rahayu, W. P. (2018). Dimensions of the Javanese culture and the role of Parents in instilling values in creative industry enterpreneurship. International Journal of Engineering and Technology (UAE), 7(2), 182-189.

Anggraini, B. (2005). Faktor-faktor penanda kesantunan tuturan imperatif dalam bahasa Jawa dialek Surabaya: Analisis pragmatik. Humaniora, 17(1), 67-77.

1. Krauße, D. (2018). Polite vocabulary in the Javanese language of SurabayaOpen Access. Wacana, 19(1), 58-99.

Tanudirjo, D.A. (2004). Notes on Lewis-Williams and Dowson’s Neuropsychological Model in Prehistoric Art Analysis. Humaniora, 16(1), 1-9.

1. Hodgson, D. (2014). Commentary on Turing instabilities and symbolic material culture by Froese, Woodward and Ikegami. Adaptive Behavior, 22(1), 86-88.

Hadi, S., Chammamah, S., Ramlan, M., Idp, W. (2003). Perubahan Fonologis Kata-kata Serapan dari Bahasa Arab dalam Bahasa Indonesia. Humaniora, 15(2), 121-132.

1. Lazim, N.H.B.M., Jaafar, S.R.S. (2018). Deliquidation of arabic loanwords in kelantan dialect [Delikuidasi kata pinjaman arab dalam dialek kelantan]GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies18(4), 236-250.

2. St Kuraedah, Mar, N.A., Gunawan, F. (2018). Improving Students' Sense to Learn Language in Islamic Institution of Coastal Area Indonesia. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 156(1), 12-47.

Kusuma, I.G.B.W. (2003). Building orientation on traditional Balinese culture. Humaniora, 15(1), 62-73.

1. Subroto, T.Y.W., Malangyudo, A.S. (2014). The continuity of binary diametric space of Balinese house in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. City, Culture and Society, 5(1), 33-42.

Mintargo, W. (2003). Lagu propaganda dalam Revolusi Indonesia, Humaniora, 15(1), 105-114.

1. Post, P., Frederick, W.H., Heidebrink, I., (...), Horton, W.B., Kwartanada, D. (2010). The encyclopedia of Indonesia in the pacific war: In cooperation with the Netherlands institute for war documentation, Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 3, Southeast Asia, 19, pp. 1-736.

Harjito (2002). Antara kekerasan dan maskulinitas 'Enam Jahanam' karya Indra Traggono. Humaniora, 14(2), 211-219.

1. Demartoto, A., Nilan, P., Broom, A., Germov, J. (2014). Indonesian Men's Contrasting Perceptions of How to Deal with Local Violence. Asian Journal of Criminology, 9(2), 125-142.

2. Nilan, P., Demartoto, A., Broom, A., Germov, J. (2014). Indonesian Men's Perceptions of Violence Against Women. Violence Against Women, 20(7), 869-888.

3. Nilan, P., Demartoto, A. (2012). Patriarchal residues in Indonesia: Respect accorded senior men by junior men. European Journal of Social Sciences, 31(2), 279-293.

Moehkardi, R.R. (2002). Grammatical and Lexical English Collocations: Some possible problems to Indonesian learners of English, Grammatical and Lexical English Collocations: Some possible problems to Indonesian learners of English.  Humaniora, 14(1), 53-62.

1. Jaafar, M.F., Aman, I., Awal, N.M. (2017). Morphosyntax of negeri sembilan and minangkabau dialects [Morfosintaks negeri sembilan dan dialek minangkabau]. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, 17(2), 177-191.

2. Zarei, A.A., Mousavi, M. (2016). The effects of feedback types on learners’ recognition of lexical collocations. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature, 5(2), 150-158.

Purwanto, B (2002). Reality and myth in contemporary Indonesian history. Humaniora, 13(2), 111-123.

1. Bubandt, N. (2009). From the enemy's point of view: Violence, empathy, and the ethnography of fakes. Cultural Anthropology, 24(3), 553-558.

Kuntowijoyo (2000). Indonesian historiography in search of identity. Humaniora, 12(1), 79-85.

1. Adam, A.W. (2018). Beberapa catatan tentang historiografi gerakan 30 September 1965. Archipel, 95, 11-30.

Yahya, A. (2000). Agama sebagai Sumber Inspirasi Kreativitas dan Implikasinya: Hubungan Islam dan Seni. Humaniora, 12(1), 105-111.

1. Chaniago, R.H., Wan Mahmud, W.A., Abu Hasan, B.R. (2018). Identity construction of Hijabers (women's veiled) through music metal fashion subculture in Indonesia. Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication, 34(1), 97-114.

Junus, U. (1999). Nyai Dasima and the Problem of Interpretation: Intertextuality, Reception Theory, and New Historicism. Humaniora, 11(3), 82-93.

1. Suyitno, S. (2017). New Asmaradana in Indonesian Contemporary Poetry and Malayan Pop Song: Product of rooted culture or new interpretations? 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature, 23(1), 86-97.

Haryono, T. (1998). Serat Centhini Sebagai Sumber Informasi Jenis Makanan Tradisional Masa Lampau, Humaniora, 8, 92-98.

1. Krisbianto, O., Astuti, M., Marsono, Y (2016). Antihyperglycemic effect and antioxidants properties of black rice (Oryza sativa L. Indica) cereal and anthocyanin extract on health and histopathology of hyperglycemic rats, Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 15(7), 702-707.

Nadar, F.X. (1998). Indonesian Learners' Requests in English: A Speech-act Based Study. Humaniora, 9(6), 61-69.

1. Pratama, H., Nurkamto, J., Rustono, Marmanto, S. (2017). Second language learners' comprehension of conversational implicatures in English. 3L: Language, Linguistics, and Literature, 23(3), 50-66.

Sugihastuti (1998). Penelitian Kualitatif Sastra Berperspektif Feminis, Humaniora, 8, 28-32.

1. Sawai, S. (2016).Bukan Yem: Subjectivity of Indonesian domestic workers in Hong Kong based on “connection-based equality of care”, Japanese Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 53(2), 244-278.

Istanti, K.Z. (1997). Khazanah Sastra Melayu Klasik yang Mendapat Pengaruh Persia. Humaniora, VI, 54-60.

1. Daneshgar, M. (2014). The study of Persian Shi'ism in the Malay-Indonesia world: A review of literature from the nineteenth century onwards. Journal of Shi'a Islamic Studies, 7(2), 191-229.

Manshur, F.M. (1995) Tradisi Penciptaan dan Penafsiran Kitab Islam Klasik di Pesantren: Tinjauan Sekilas atas Salah Satu Karya Kiai Haji Ahmad Sanusi. Humaniora 1, 9-16.

1. Rohmana, J.A. (2015). Al-Qur'an wa al-isti'ma¯r: Radd al-Shaykh al-Ha¯jj Ahmad Sanusi (1888-1950) 'ala' al-Isti'ma¯r min Khila¯l Tafsi¯r Mal'ja' al-Ta¯libi¯n. Studia Islamika, 22(2), 297-332.

Syamsul Hadi (1995). Bahasa Arab dan Khazanah Sastra Keagamaan di Indonesia. Humaniora, 2, 87-95.

1. St Kuraedah, Mar, N.A., Gunawan, F. (2018). Improving Student's Sense to Learn Languange in Islamic Institution of Coastal Area Indonesia. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 156(1), 12-47.