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.
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Most Recent Articles (Current Issue, Volume 7, No. 3)
E-learning: Study related to stress among students
By: Naresh Sachdev*, Sumita Chahal, PhD & Nikita Gupta, India.
Elucidation of change detection techniques for land use and land cover mapping using the geospatial approach: a case study in Berhampore Block, Murshidabad district, West Bengal, India
By: Jannatul Ferdosh* & Dr. Fazlur Rahman, India.
Leadership reflective practices: Adaptive challenges, slow questions and meaningful relations in fluid and accelerated times
By: van der Steen, Prof. J.W. van Saane & Prof. G.M. van Dijk, Netherlands
A Pragmatic Analysis of President Nnamdi Azikiwe’s Speech: a response to the foremost Military Seizure of Power in Nigeria – January, 1966
By: Emmanuel Tobi Adegoriolu, Gilbert Thapelo Mokgadi, Beatrice Abisola Akinsiku, Folashade Beatrice Otokunrin & Tshepang Jacob Moloi, South Africa & United States
Bureaucracy or Innovation? Perspectives on History Subject Panels and the Professional Development of Teachers in Zimbabwe
By: Godwin Mumhure, Loyiso C. Jita & Godsend T. Chimbi*, Zimbabwe & South Africa.
Xenophobia and Religious Education: Evoking an Education that Takes Responsibility in South Africa
By: Dube, B., Jita L. & Jita T., South Africa
“Who actually does the online exam?” Student assistant experience in online learning
By: Herdian & Qingrong Chen: Indonesia & China
Evolution or devolution? The status of the South African women’s movement in a post-colonial trajectory
By: Juliet Eileen Joseph: South Africa