Aims & Scope

The Journal of Social sciences Review (JSSR) aims to disseminate scientific information, high-quality research and spark discussion on Social Sciences' (Miscellaneous) current issues.

The JSSR investigates the most recent advancements in education; archaeology; anthropology; archival studies; economics; econometric studies; disaster economics; political science; public administration; defence and strategic studies; international relations; psychology including clinical, industrial; developmental psychology; philosophy; sociology; Iqbal studies; rural development; social work/ sociology; criminology; library and information sciences; history; demography and population studies; ethnography; conservation studies; Islamic studies/ Arabic studies; peace and conflict studies; behavioural sciences; law; women and gender studies; American studies; area studies; development studies; journalism; mass communication; media studies; rural/ urban studies; arts/ designs; geography; languages; and women studies.

This research journal has a genuinely global perspective, covering all aspects of developed, developing, and emerging trends.