The Frasa Journal contains articles and research results. The scope of the research includes learning and studying Indonesian Indonesian literature, both Indonesian as a first language, second language, and foreign language. The scope of research/articles that can be published in the Frasa Journal includes Indonesian microlinguistics, such as phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse, historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, comparative historical linguistics, diachronic linguistics, synchronic linguistics, contrastive linguistics. Interdisciplinary Macrolinguistics, such as psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, stylistics, and semiotics as well as language skills listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Indonesian literature such as literary theory, literary history, literary criticism, comparative literature, and sociology of literature. Indonesian Language and Literature Education such as lesson planning, learning strategies, learning evaluations, curriculum, teaching materials, and learning media.