Systematic Literature Review Leadership of Malay Sultanate Based on Traditional Prose Text Year 2010-2020

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Nordiana Hamzah*, Hasrina Baharum, Farra Humairah Mohd, Azhar Wahid, Siti Noramalina Ahmad Tajuddin


This study analyzes the leadership theme Malay sultanate published in the journal My Cite digital in the ten years from 2010 to 2020. The methodology used is the approach to the articles relating to Malay and Malay Sultanate. The focus of the evaluation is articles that use a qualitative approach. Systematic literature review, guided by Preferred Reporting Items For Systematic Reviews and Meta Analyses (PRISMA) (Refer to Figure 1). The search engine involves the digital Malaysian Citation Index (My Cite) which contains scholars' studies in journals, proceedings, chapters in books, and theses. However, this study only focuses on 11 filtered articles found in digital journals only in the period 2010-2020. The findings of the analysis find themes on leadership, diplomatic strategy, and political crisis.  In conclusion, a systematic review of the literature in leadership studies Sultanate based on traditional prose for 10 years found that the focus of scholars of constitutional manners text in traditional prose literary history and literary manners either narrative or non-narrative. The implications of the study findings can serve as a guide and applied to the Malay leadership at this time.

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