JOURNAL OF STUDIES IN SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES (JSSSH) E-ISSN : 2413-9270A Journal of International Educational & Social Sciences Association (IESSA)
Journal of Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities (JSSSH) is an international, peer-reviewed, and open-access research journal, which publishes scientific manuscripts from a selected range of social sciences and humanities. The journal offers an intellectual forum for theoretical and empirical analyses across the boundaries of a specific disciplinary focus allowing the researchers and scholars to pursue a multidisciplinary approach for the creation of new knowledge and solution to contemporary issues. This online journal is published quarterly by the International Educational and Social Sciences Association (IESSA) and is included in many databases in the world. The manuscripts are rapidly peer-reviewed, authors are intimated accordingly, and acceptance to publication is processed at the earliest.
A manuscript that demonstrates a scientific accuracy and valuable contribution to any of the described fields of social sciences and humanities and meets the acceptable standards of research ethics and scientific rigor will be considered for the possible publication. The authors may submit original research articles/empirical research and theoretically-oriented analyses/innovative conceptual review papers to the journal. For a quick process of a research article, please make sure that your manuscript is constructed as per APA publication manual, meets an acceptable standard, and fits in with the prescribed scope of the journal. It should be clearly and concisely written in the English language for an international audience and documented according to the criteria laid down in the ‘guidelines for authors’ and specified in the paper template.
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Most Recent Articles (Current Issue, Volume 7, No. 4)
Teachers’ Perception, Module Innovation and Self-efficacy of Mathematics Teachers in the New Normal
By: Shahoney Faith L. Gicale, Philippines.
Managing Teaching and Learning Disruptions in the Post-Covid Era in Basic Secondary Education in Nigeria: Rethinking Job Creation in an Emerging Technological World
By: Akinlolu Ademola, ONAOLAPO & Damilola Gbemisola, ONAOLAPO, South Africa
Mental Health Service Users experience of Covid-19 and prevention measures in Trinidad and Tobago: A Cross Sectional Survey
By: Dr Samuel Shafe, MD, MSc* & Ms. Keisha Lewis, MSc, Trinidad and Tobago
Does Optimism, Epistemic Beliefs and Problem-Solving Skills Influence Learners’ Attainment in Accounting Concepts?
By: Olugbenga A IGE & Olowogboyega Olorunwa, South Africa & Nigeria
Expressing indigenous knowledge through traditional dances
By: Benjamin Obeghare Izu, PhD & Alethea de Villiers (Prof), South Africa
Assessment of potential groundwater zones based on AHP and Geospatial approach in Berhampore Block, Murshidabad District, West Bengal, India
By: Jannat ul Ferdosh* & Dr. Fazlur Rahman, India
Understanding Chinese Immigrants’ Perceptions and Attitudes on Indigenous People in Saskatchewan, Canada: A Mixed Methods Study
By: Lin Ge* & Douglas Durst, Canada
Improving Teachers’ Pedagogical Knowledge of Teaching Mathematics: Metacognitive Skills and Strategies Application
By: Simon. A. Tachie, South Africa