About the Journal
|Proceeding title||: International Social Sciences and Humanities|
|Frequency||: 2 issues per year|
|Prefiks DOI||: 10.47134|
|Online ISSN||: 2828-5662|
|Editor In Chief||: Siti Nursyamsiyah ||||
|Publisher||: Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember|
Aims and Scope
Discover a wide array of proceedings in International Social Sciences and Humanities, with prospective papers from prolific researchers in their respective areas. The research reports enable the demonstration of descriptive studies in current trends in the society and observation reflected through field research that gives contributive impact to the development of humanities studies.
The series covers edited volumes and conference proceedings on several areas. The subject areas covered by the series are:
- Philosophy and Behavioral Studies
- Law and Legal Studies
- Language and Literature
- Political Studies
- Islamic Studies
- Religion and Cultural Studies
- Inter-cultural studies
- Human Factors and Ergonomics
- Library and Information Sciences
- Safety Research
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