AIMS

The Indian Journal of Social Science and Literature (IJSSL) is having ISSN 2583-0643 (online), quarterly international journal, being published in the months of March, June, September and December by Lattice Science Publication (LSP)🔗 Bhopal (M.P.), India since year 2021. The aim of the journal is to:

  1. disseminate original, scientific, theoretical or applied research in the field of Social Science and Literature.
  2. dispense a platform for publishing results and research with a strong empirical component.
  3. aqueduct the significant gap between research and practice by promoting the publication of original, novel, industry-relevant research.
  4. seek original and unpublished research article(s) based on theoretical and experimental works for the publication globally.
  5. publish original, theoretical and practical advances in Social Science and Literature.
  6. impart a platform for publishing results and research with a strong empirical component, to create a bridge for significant gap between research and practice by promoting the publication of original, novel, industry-relevant research.
  7. solicit original and unpublished research article(s), based on theoretical and experimental works.

SCOPE

The Indian Journal of Social Science and Literature (IJSSL) is not limited to a specific aspect of Social Science and Literature but is instead devoted to a wide range of subfields in the Social Science and Literature. While it encourages a broad spectrum of contribution in the Social Science and Literature, its core interest lies in issues concerning Social Science and Literature. Articles of interdisciplinary nature are particularly welcome.

The primary goal of the new editors🔗 is to maintain high quality of publications. There will be a commitment to expediting the time taken for the publication of the article(s). The articles that are sent for reviews will have names of the authors deleted with a view towards enhancing the objectivity and fairness of the review process.

Articles that are devoted to the purely mathematical aspects without a discussion of the physical implications of the results or the consideration of specific examples are discouraged. Articles concerning Social Science and Literature should not be limited merely to a description and recording of observations but should contain theoretical and quantitative discussion of the results.

The Editors reserve the right to reject article(s) without sending them out for review. Articles for the Regular Issue of the journal can submit, round the year, electronically by using Article Submission System🔗 The summited article (s) should cover following subfields of Social Science and Literature:  

  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Business Administration
  • Criminology Justice
  • Criminal Justice
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Geography
  • History
  • Law
  • Linguistics
  • Management
  • Media
  • NGO
  • Political Science
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Social Policy
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Women Empowerment
  • Literary Genres,
  • Periods
  • Regions
  • Fundamentals of Languages
  • Narrative and Memory
  • Thinking and Writing Across the Curriculum
  • Literary Research Methods
  • Literary Discourse
  • British Literature
  • American Literature
  • Professional Writing
  • Conflict and Community
  • Home and Away: Epics and Utopias
  • Uncovering Fairytales, Myth, Folktales, and Ghost Stories
  • Studies in Trauma Literature
  • Creative Writing
  • Critical Writing
  • African Literature
  • Literature of American Diversity
  • American Fiction
  • The Epic Tradition
  • Biographic Arts
  • Women in Literature and Psychology
  • Film and Literature
  • Romanticism
  • Victorian Literature
  • World Literature
  • Class and Culture in Literature and Film
  • Rebels in Literature and Music
  • Novel
  • Women’s Literature
  • Short Story
  • Poetry
  • Drama
  • The Age of Chaucer
  • The Age of Shakespeare
  • Literature Theory and Practice
  • History of the English Language
  • Problems in the Study of Gender and Sexuality
  • Hamlet and Critical Methods
  • Psychoanalytic Approaches to Literature
  • Decolonizing Drama and Performance in Africa
  • Beckett
  • Assemblage
  • Disability Studies
  • Afro-American Literature
  • International Cinema
  • Asian Languages and Literature