THE SARBICA JOURNAL 2008 BY THE BRUNEI MUSEUMS DEPT
The Southeast Asia Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives (SARBICA) is the first Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives. It was established at an inaugural Conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 9 July 1968. The year 2008, marked the 40th anniversary of SARBICA has helped foster professional relationship between archival institutions within the region.
The SARBICA Journal is committed to publishing research that is:
- Original and innovative.
- Rigorously conducted and peer-reviewed.
- Relevant to the interests of the journal's readership.
- Clearly written and easy to understand.
The journal also seeks to promote ethical research practices. All research published in the SARBICA Journal must adhere to the following ethical guidelines:
- Research must be conducted with the informed consent of participants.
- Data must be collected and analyzed in a responsible and ethical manner.
- Research findings must be reported accurately and honestly.
- Researchers must avoid conflicts of interest.
The SARBICA Journal is committed to providing a high-quality publication platform for researchers in Sarawak and Malaysia. The journal is also committed to promoting ethical research practices and disseminating research findings to a wider audience.
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