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Vol 21, No 2 (2017)
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HUBS Asia is an open-access journal that publishes empirical research on human behaviour in Asia. The journal welcomes quantitative and/or qualitative articles from various disciplines in social sciences and humanities as long as they focus on human behaviour. For this purpose, "Asia" refers to Asian people, regardless where they live. Novel ideas and originality that trigger further research are emphasized. Research on frontier issues in human behavior are strongly encouraged. Double blind review is observed.

The journal is formerly known as MAKARA Seri C: Bidang Sosial Humaniora (issn 1693-6701). Prior to that, it was known as Jurnal Penelitian Universitas Indonesia MAKARA (Research journal of Universitas Indonesia, Makara), which has been published since 1997. Starting from 2008, the journal has been periodically published twice a year (July and December). Since 2002, the journal transformed into Makara of Social Sciences and Humanities series. In 2014 it adopted the current name: HUBS Asia (Human Behavior Studies in Asia). Full texts are available from Volume 6 No. 1 April 2002, free of charge.

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Latest Issue of Hubs Asia

  1. The Importance of Positive Affect: The Role of Affective Personality in Predicting Organizational Citizenship Behavior
    Neila Ramdhani, Djamaludin Ancok, Lillemor Adrianson

  2. Are Self-Presentation Influenced by Friendship-Contingent Self-Esteem and Fear Of Missing Out?
    Frensen Salim, Wahyu Rahardjo, Titah Tanaya, Rahmah Qurani

  3. Materialistic Value and Credit Card Usage as Predictors of Compulsive Clothing Buying among Young Adult Women
    Meylisa Permata Sari, P. Tommy Y. S. Suyasa

  4. Relationship between Work-Family Conflict, Job Embeddedness, Workplace Flexibility, and Turnover Intentions
    Bilal Afsar, Zia Ur Rehman

  5. Too-Much-of-a-Good-Thing effect of Prosocial Silence and Voice
    Asad Shahjehan, Muhammad Yasir

  6. Habitus, Agency and Political Participation of Female Students: A Study at an Islamic University in Indonesia
    Dzuriyatun Toyibah