Psychology Students’ Research Paper Published in Malaysian Journal of Social Science and Humanities


Bachelor of Psychology students Ian Shen Goh, Janak Ashok Teckwani, Ze Ren Ku, Kezia George, and Nicole Yuk Cheng Lee, as well as their research supervisor, Ms. Pang Chia Yee, have successfully published their research project titled ‘Feminism and a View of Conservative Gender Roles among Young Working Women in Malaysia' in the Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH). Google Scholar, UD Ledge: Social Science & Humanities Citation Index (SS & HCI), MyJurnal, MyCite, and the Directory of Research Journals Indexing have all included this journal in their indexes (DRJI). Ms. Pang Chia Yee recognised the value in these students' work and encouraged them to publish their paper.


Despite the fact that this required more work from the students, they were enthusiastic and pursued the possibility of publishing. The students had to respond to the reviewers' comments several times on a tight deadline while still attending classes during the semester, so the journey to publication was not easy. Ms. Pang Chia Yee was also there to help them along the way. Their efforts were rewarded with their article been accepted for publication. This demonstrates the calibre of Taylor's University Bachelor of Psychology students, who were able to publish alongside professional researchers. Bachelor of Psychology programme aspires to continue developing students into outstanding individuals who are catalysts for positive change in our society.