Southeast Asian
Social Science Review

Peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the advancement of critical scholarship in the field of social sciences and humanities.

SEASSR - Southeast Asian Social Science Review

What is SEASSR

Southeast Asian Social Science Review (SEASSR) is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the advancement of critical scholarship in the field of social sciences and humanities. While its empirical focus is on Malaysia and Southeast Asia, the journal welcomes papers on social sciences and humanities in general as well as those that adopt an interdisciplinary or even transdisciplinary perspective. SEASSR is jointly published by the Malaysian Social Science Association (PSSM) and the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS) Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, two leading social science institutions in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. Its editorial team consists of social science scholars from various universities in Malaysia with a team of renowned senior scholars who sit as members of the international advisory board.

It stands for the Southeast Asian Social Science Review.

SEASSR is published twice a year in May and November.

SEASSR is published by the Malaysian Social Science Association in collaboration with the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, two leading social science institutions in Southeast Asia.

Yes, SEASSR is published in
Hard Copy (ISSN 0128-0406) – MYR40.00
e-Copy (e-ISSN 2550-2298) – MYR20.00.

At the moment it is accessible by subscription.

Please click the link below.

https://www.seassr.com/shop/

FAQ Southeast Asian Social Science Review
The journal publishes manuscripts written both in English and the Malay language.

Publication Ethics

The journal publishes manuscripts written both in English and the Malay language. Manuscripts submitted for publication must be original contributions. They should not have been previously published or under consideration by any other publisher. Only under special circumstances will the Editorial Board consider republishing specific papers already published elsewhere (with due copyright permission) if such papers are deemed worthy of wider circulation, and at the request of the author.

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