Current Issue:
Vol 24, No 2 (2020)
Print ISSN
2355-794X
Online ISSN
2406-9183
Secretariat
hubsasia@ui.ac.id


IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Website Migration Process

We are in the process of migrating from this website to a new address at https://scholarhub.ui.ac.id/hubsasia/. For submissions after June 9, 2021, please resubmit to our new website. For ongoing submissions before June 9, 2021, we will process all your submissions manually via email system.


About The Journal

Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia (Makara Hubs-Asia) is an open-access journal that publishes empirical research on human behavior in Asia, publishing semiannually on July and December.


Aims & Scope

We are interested in the best research into human behavior in Asia. Here “Asia” refers to people from Asia, regardless of where they live.

Content Types

We publish only original empirical research articles. Editorials, reviews, and commentaries are by invitation only.

Guidelines for submitting

For a description of the types of contributions that we will be accepting, along with their length and figure limits, please see our Guidelines.

Editors and contact information

General editorial inquiries and correspondence should be addressed to the Editor (hubsasia@ui.ac.id), while inquiries about the status of a manuscript should be addressed to the Editorial Assistant (hubsasia@ui.ac.id).

To inquire about institutional access, advertising or marketing please contact our publisher (Research and Innovation Management Product Office of Universitas Indonesia) at scholar@ui.ac.id.

EISSN

The electronic international standard serial numbers (EISSN) for Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia is ISSN 2406-9183.

PISSN

The print international standard serial numbers (PISSN) for Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia is ISSN 2355-794X.

Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia received national accreditation from Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education, Republic of Indonesia (SK: 36a/E/KPT/2016)

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Volume 24, 2020 - Issue 2
Published Online :
31 Dec 2020
Socio-demographic Determinants Of Indonesian Mothers’ Psychological Distress During COVID-19 Pandemic
Laila Qodariah, Fitri Ariyanti Abidin, Fitriani Yustikasari Lubis, Vidya Anindhita, Fredrick Dermawan Purba

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Volume 24, 2020 - Issue 2
Published Online :
31 Dec 2020
“Why Can Other People Live Normally While I Cannot?”: An Application Of Telecounseling Due To COVID-19
Kusumasari Kartika Hima Darmayanti, Efan Yudha Winata, Erlina Anggraini

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