Scope of Journal
International Journal of Novel Research in Humanity and Social Sciences (IJNRHSS) is one of the leading open access humanity and Social Sciences journals. All the articles published are rigorously and rapidly peer-reviewed the reviewer. A double-blind peer review system is used for the publication of the articles. Original research articles, as well as scholarly review articles, are invited for publication. In addition above mentioned articles, case studies, commentary, short communications, and letter to the editors are also invited. The time needed for the review process is around one week.
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ISSN 2394 - 9694
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Publication Frequency: Weekly Published Journal, Issue Finalized Six times in a Year.
Administrative sciences; African studies; American studies; Analyzing social complexity; Anthropological linguistics; Anthropology; Anthrozoology; Archaeology; Area studies; Art and architecture; Artificial intelligence; Asian studies; Business studies; Classical studies; Communication studies; Criminology; Cultural anthropology; Cultural studies; Demography; Development studies; Distance education; Early Christianity; Economics; Education; Environmental studies; Evolutionary complexity; Gender studies; Geography; Global studies; History; Human computer interactions; Human ecology; Human environment interactions; Human rights and humanitarian law; Industrial relations; Information management; Information science; International law; International relations; International studies; Jewish studies; Journalism; Justice studies; Land use; Language and linguistics; Law; Legal management; Library science; Linguistics; Media and communications; Media studies; Media studies planning; Middle east and Islamic studies; Paralegal studies; Philosophy; Physical or biological anthropology; Political science; Population and development; Psychological sciences; Psychology; Public administration; Public health science; Slavic and Eurasian studies; Social concepts; Social modeling; Social work; Sociology; Sustainable economic development; Sustainable urban neighborhoods; Technology and education; Theology and missiology; Urban and regional planning.