Human and Society is a peer-reviewed, biannual journal of Scientific Studies Association. It is devoted to presenting interdisciplinary scholarship that reflects broad interests in the methodology and philosophy of social science and humanity. Our mission is to present a forum in which scholars from around the globe discuss the possibility of development of new and alternative perspectives.
Human and Society is aiming to go beyond the disciplinary boundaries. We are placing distinguished academic works handling human and society without differentiating or isolating from each other and also communicating and cooperating with related disciplines on theoretical and methodological grounds.
Human and Society also publishes book reviews and review articles. Book reviews should evaluate contemporary books and studies offering a significant contribution to its field in 1000-2000 words. In review articles the topic should be discussed from different approaches with special references to the related literature.
We welcome submissions of original papers from any discipline in the humanities and social sciences both in Turkish and English. Papers may address a full range of topics and historical periods. Topics may include, but are not limited to: epistemology, methodology and civilization. Questions about submissions may be directed to Editor-in-Chief, at email@example.com.
Journal Articles Submission Guidelines
• The most important questions to ask as you consider submitting a paper to Human and Society are Does it contribute new ideas to the field? and Will it provoke further research and conversation? To decide if your topic is appropriate, on the other hand, we recommend perusing our existing journal articles.
• All submissions should be the FINAL version of the paper, and should reflect scholarly writing and research. Please do not submit papers in-process. These submissions will be rejected without review.
• There must be no indication of the personal identity or institution of any author of the article within the article itself, or in the 'properties' of the electronic file.
• All submissions should include an abstract no more than 200 words summarizing the paper and conclusions and up to six key words or short phrases. An extended abstract will be demanded after the final acceptance of paper.
• Final draft of papers should be between 5000 and 9000 words, including notes, citations and abstracts. There are few exceptions to this rule.
• Human and Society accepts only APA style citations for all papers. Please ensure that your submissions are cited according to one of these style guides.
• We encourage submissions from all scholars who are examining issues critically.
How to Submit
Please submit articles via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, following the instructions below:
• In the body of the email, include your name, your affiliation, contact information, preferably an email address checked regularly.
• Attach your submission as a file in an editable format (i.e. Word, Pages) and remove all personally identifiable information including your name, school and program if applicable, and contact information.
The Review Process
When a paper is accepted for review, it is anonymized to protect the author’s identity and then distributed to two members of editorial team from the related area. They will read the paper critically, paying close attention to both style and content. If it meets Human and Society’s editorial standards the paper goes to at least two peer reviewers. These reviewers check the articles by academic standards and content. The paper is then returned to the author for any necessary revisions. Once made it goes through a final check for style and language by the staff before being published in the next issue.
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