Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies

O n l i n e :ISSN 2432-4302
P r i n t :ISSN 1344-4204

Established in 1998, the Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies publishes papers relating to the peoples, societies, and cultures of the Asia Pacific region, including both the Eastern and Western shores of the Pacific and its islands. We welcome papers in both English and Japanese.

All accepted papers will be classified in one of the following categories, and marked as such: Original Research, Review, Historical Perspective, Commentary, and Other (Technical Reports, etc.), as judged by the editorial desk.

Please submit inquiries or submissions to the RCAPS Journal at rjaps*apu.ac.jp
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New Publications Vol.39

Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies *Volume 39 (PDF)

No. Author Title Date
1 Raphaelle DELMAS, Robin ARGUEYROLLES International climbers’ behaviour towards the payment of Mount Fuji’s Conservation Donation March, 2021
2 Tsz Chit YUI, Chiung-Ying WU, Chien-Chung KAO Exploring the Determinants of Cyberloafing in the Workplace: A Conservation of Resources (COR) Perspective March, 2021
3 José Rodolfo Avilés ERNULT The uncanny and the superflat in macabre representations: Iconographic analysis of a Kawanabe Kyosai blockprint March, 2021
4 Astha CHADHA India’s COVID-19 Strategy and implications for its relations in the Indian Ocean March, 2021
5 Dominique Hannah A. SY From Imitation to Innovation: Examining Global Drivers of Innovation in an Open Model of Technological Change March, 2021

RCAPS Publications:
RCAPS publishes two journals: the Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies (known as "the RCAPS Journal") and APU Journal of Language Research(APLJ). The two journals have independent editorial policies and teams but the submissions are commonly assessed by the general “Editors” of each journal, and they are not formally peer reviewed. Since 2012, the RCAPS Journal has started an “in-house” peer review with the help of APU faculty members as well as a few other affiliated researchers and reviewers.

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