We wish to emphasize that the United Academics Journal of Social Sciences publishes work of post-graduate and post-doctoral researchers.
To encourage the cross-fertilization of disciplines we have chosen a plurality of fields and facilitate a productive interaction between the widest possible range of post-graduate authors and the public. The Social Sciences are the disciplines that explore aspects of human society. This term includes anthropology, archaeology, geography, history, law, linguistics, psychology, political science and sociology.
To maintain a high academic standard, articles submitted should be based on research undertaken during post-graduate or post-doctoral studies. Articles should be original in approach and subject matter.
The journal is dedicated to a specific topic, but we also encourage academics to submit on any facet of Social Sciences. Articles should be send as an email attachment to:
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Provide a brief abstract of approximately 250 words and 5-10 keywords (for the Directory of Open Access Journals).
Articles should be based on original research.
Articles and work in progress pieces should be between 2000 and 4000 words.
All quotations in the text should be in single quote marks (double for quotes within quotes) and long quotes should be indented without quotation marks.
Use footnotes. In respect of references, give full details. E.g. Arend Lijphart, The Politics of Accommodation, Pluralism and Democracy in the Netherlands (University of California Press, Berkeley Los Angeles 1975) pp. 17-18. Subsequent references should give the author’s name, short title and page number.
Provide images and graphs separately
Provide a short biography and a picture
Spell out numbers to twenty, centuries and percentages.
Try to avoid jargon, but where it is particularly relevant or where it is necessary explain all jargon clearly.
We reserve the right not to publish articles which do not conform to the standards established by the peer review process.