AIM & SCOPE

The peer-reviewed EBSU Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities provides an interdisciplinary forum for multi-disciplinary research into the complex dynamics of Social Sciences and Humanities. It aims to publish high quality original empirical research of a multi-disciplinary nature as well as strong conceptual papers that integrate critique and expand existing theory within the broad areas of humanities and social sciences. The journal is open to all theoretical and methodological perspectives and particularly encourages the interplay between theorizing and empirical research, in the belief that they should be mutually informative. The journal encourages new researches that respond to the changing dimensions in the social sciences and humanities. Disciplines covered include but are not limited to: Anthropology, Business and Management Studies, Criminology, Economics, History, Language Studies. Linguistics, Literature, Library and Information Science, International Relations, Media Studies, Performing Arts (Music, Theatre & Dance), Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Conflict / Peace Studies, Religious Studies and Visual Arts.

 

VISION OF THE JOURNAL

The vision of the journal is to be a globally acclaimed medium of dissemination of outstanding and reliable scientific information and innovative research findings.

 

MISSION OF THE JOURNAL

The mission of the journal is to advance knowledge by promoting and encouraging high-quality research activities and cutting, edge scientific publications in Humanities, Social Studies and related fields. To this end, the journal will publish its issues regularly, promptly as at when due and ensure a reliable distribution network to all the members of academic staff in Ebonyi State University and other subscribers both nationally and internationally.

 

PATTERN OF PUBLISHING, SUPPLEMENTARY AND SPECIFIC EDITION

Each edition shall endeavour to publish articles spread across different fields in the Social Studies and Humanities. Supplementary and special editions may be published as needs may arise. The journal would have a wide scope to cover every specialty in the related faculties in the university; it would be given a very wide publicity.

 

 

 

 

 

GUIDELINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ARTICLES

Authors are to submit manuscripts:

  • In MS Word format and not exceeding 7000 words on A4 with double line spacing
  • In 12 point Times New Roman
  • with all notes entered normally before Reference/Works Cited
  • in APA or MLA current edition. No other style sheet is accepted.

Note: Submission should be made as attachment to: [email protected]

[email protected]

 

Manuscript that fails to take into account any of the above shall be returned to the author(s).