|Peer Review Process|
|Focus and Scope|
|Article Proccessing Charge|
|Open Access Policy|
|Cover Letter and Statement Form|
The authors should submit only papers that have been carefully proofread and polished. Manuscripts are accepted to understand that they are original or extended versions of previously published articles in conferences or journals. If the work received an official sponsorship, it has been duly released for open publication. Before submission, please make sure that your paper is prepared using the journal paper template (IJASSH Template). The authors must refer to the International Journal of Advances in Social Sciences and Humanities (IJASSH) format and style on the basis of the Author Guidelines Template. In addition, the authors should send a Cover Letter as a Supplement File in the submission step as well. It will ensure fast processing and publication.
The journal writing format, explained as follows:
Title of the manuscript should be no more than 12 words, accurately describe the content of the research.
Authors (and co-authors) names are written below the title of the manuscript, without including their titles or degrees.
Authors' Affiliations are written below the names; the email of the corresponding author is written below the affiliations.
Abstract consists of 200-250 words written in a single paragraph. It should be clear, informative, descriptive, and provide a clear statement of the problem, the proposed approach or solution, and point out major findings and conclusions.
Keywords consist of words or phrases which are important, specific, or representative of the article.
Introduction should provide a clear background, a clear statement of the problem, the relevant literature on the subject, the proposed approach or solution, the new value of research, and end with the purpose of the study.
Literature Review consist of summary or analysis of all the previous studies the author read before doing his/her own research. Literature review may be part of the introduction or in a section called research background. It provides the background on who has done related research, what that research has or has not uncovered and how the current research.
Materials and Methods includes research chronological, including research design, procedures, instruments, and analysis techniques used to solve problems.
Results and Discussion should be an objective description of the results and should be concerning the purposes of research.
Conclusions provides closure for the reader while reminding the reader of the contents and importance of the paper. It accomplishes this by stepping back from the specifics in order to view the bigger picture of the research. This section is usually one paragraph that simply and succinctly restates the main ideas and arguments, pulling everything together to help clarify the paper. A conclusion does not introduce new ideas; instead, it should clarify the intent and importance of the paper. It can also suggest possible future research on the topic.
References should at least consist of the 25 most relevant and up-to-date sources. In addition, 80% of the references must be from reputable international journals published in less than 5 years.
Any papers were not fulfilling the requirements based on the guideline of authors will not be processed.