The International Journal of Socio-Cultural Research (IJSCR) (ISSN: 3027-1649) is a scholarly publication dedicated to the exploration and analysis of various socio-cultural phenomena from a multidisciplinary perspective. The journal provides a platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to contribute to the understanding of social and cultural dynamics, their interplay, and their impact on individuals and societies.
IJSCR welcomes original research articles, theoretical frameworks, literature reviews, case studies, and methodological advancements in a wide range of topics related to socio-cultural research. The journal encourages interdisciplinary approaches that draw from fields such as sociology, anthropology, psychology, cultural studies, communication, education, and other relevant disciplines.
The scope of IJSCR encompasses, but is not limited to, the following areas:
- Social Identity and Belonging: Research examining the construction of social identities, group dynamics, cultural affiliation, and the sense of belonging within various social contexts.
- Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Relations: Studies exploring cultural diversity, multiculturalism, intercultural communication, cross-cultural interactions, and the challenges and benefits of cultural exchange and integration.
- Social Institutions and Systems: Research on the social institutions that shape societies, such as family, education, healthcare, religion, media, and their influence on individuals and communities.
- Social Change and Transformation: Analysis of social change processes, social movements, globalization, technological advancements, and their impact on cultural norms, values, and practices.
- Culture and Communication: Examination of the role of communication in shaping culture, including language use, media representations, digital culture, and the influence of communication technologies on social interactions.
- Social Psychology and Behavior: Research investigating individual and collective behavior, attitudes, beliefs, social cognition, social influence, and the psychological processes underlying social and cultural phenomena.
IJSCR aims to promote rigorous research and critical inquiry into socio-cultural issues, fostering a deeper understanding of the complexities of human societies. The journal seeks to facilitate scholarly dialogue, encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration, and provide insights that can inform policy, interventions, and societal development.
By providing a platform for the dissemination of high-quality research, the International Journal of Socio-Cultural Research strives to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field, promote cultural understanding, and foster social cohesion in diverse societies.