Noble International Journal of Social Sciences Research

Online ISSN: 2519-9722 | Print ISSN: 2522-6789

Focus and Scope

Noble International Journal of Social Sciences Research is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal freely available online. The aim of the NIJSSR is to publish articles that contribute significantly to the body of knowledge. It publishes both theoretical and empirical articles and case studies relating to sociology, political science, history, law in society and related disciplines. The NIJSSR may target scientists, researchers, professors, students and policy makers from sociology, political science, history, law in society and related domains. Published articles use scientific research methods, including statistical analysis, case studies, field research and historical analysis.

The editors welcome papers in all the major issues including but are not limited to:

•Business studies
•Business law
•Communication studies
•Development studies
•Industrial relations
•Media studies
•Political science
•Public ethics
•Personnel relations
•Public administration
•Organizational politics
•Social issues
•Social work
•Social welfare and women’s studies
•Legal Management
•Paralegal studies
•International studies
•Library Science
•Information Science

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Call for Papers

Call for Quality PapersAuthors are invited to submit their quality and original research manuscripts/articles for possible publication in the following journals. Following journals are published by Noble Academic Publisher (NAP). Noble Internati...

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Article Processing Charge

Article Processing Charges [APC]As with any other Open Access publishing company, with NAP there is no paper, no mailing, no subscriptions, and no restriction against using and sharing our journals. But we do have to pay for maintaining published man...

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