Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration
Doctorate Program of History, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University
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Salt production business potential in Aceh as capital for the coastal communities welfare
Y Rochwulaningsih
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (1), 23-30, 2018
32018
The Importance of Indonesia’s Nationalism Revitalization in the Globalization Era: A Historical Perspective
ST Sulistiyono
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (1), 1-15, 2018
32018
Social Change of Bajo Tribe Society in Karimunjawa: From" Sea Tribe" to" Land Tribe"
T Suliyati
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 1 (2), 128-138, 2017
32017
Salt Cooperatives as Public Credit Institutions for Coastal Communities: A Case Study of Two Salt Cooperatives in Rembang and Demak
H Rinardi, Y Rochwulaningsih
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 1 (1), 66-77, 2017
32017
The SIJORI Growth Triangle: Progress, Problems and Prospect
X Xiaodong
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 3 (1), 1-13, 2019
22019
Shipping Routes and Spice Trade in Southeast Sulawesi in the 17th and 18th Century
S Zuhdi
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (1), 31-44, 2018
22018
In Search of Peaceful Future of the Asia-Pacific Maritime World: Formulating the Role of Indonesian Navy
A Octavian
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 1 (2), 118-127, 2017
22017
Early Chinese Voyaging in the South China Sea: Implications on Territorial Claims
M Flecker
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 1 (1), 1-21, 2017
22017
Kendari Port Development: The Meeting Point of Shipping and Trade Route in East Coast of Sulawesi, 1831-1945
MMM Noor
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (2), 75-85, 2018
12018
Music, Dance and the Sama-Bajau ‘Diaspora’: Understanding Aspects of Links among Communities through Ethnochoreomusicological Perspectives
MCM Santamaria
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (2), 86-90, 2018
12018
The dark side of the Lasem maritime industry: Chinese power in opium business in the XIX century
SN Lestari, NS Wiratama
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (2), 91-100, 2018
12018
Narratives of Sri Lankan Displaced Tamils Living in Welfare Centers in Jaffna, Sri Lanka
D Chattoraj
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (2), 67-74, 2018
12018
“Piracy is a Land-Based Crime”: Analysis of Definition, Drivers, and Governmental Policy
V Kyrychenko
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (1), 45-57, 2018
12018
Malay Maritime World in Southeast Asia
B Kanumoyoso
dalam Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 2 (1), 2018
12018
Tracking the Role of Education in Preserving National Identity: Maritime Aspects in the History Subject at Senior High School in Indonesia
ST Sulistiyono
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 1 (1), 55-65, 2017
12017
Indonesian Sea Power and Regional Maritime Security Challenges
M Marsetio
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 1 (1), 34-46, 2017
12017
Skills Development in The Asia-Pacific Maritime World: A Comparative Study of Vocational Education in Malaysia and Indonesia
R Mustapha
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 1 (1), 22-33, 2017
12017
Penetration of Dutch Colonial Power Against the Sultanate of Jambi, 1615-1904
B Purnomo
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 4 (1), 54-63, 2020
2020
A Reflection of “Indonesian Maritime Fulcrum” Initiative: Maritime History and Geopolitical Changes
I Ali, ST Sulistiyono
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 4 (1), 12-23, 2020
2020
Establishing the Intimate Link: 20th Century Tropical Agriculture and the Establishment of the Coconut Zone
PJ Cerepak
Journal of Maritime Studies and National Integration 4 (1), 1-11, 2020
2020
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