|International Humanities Studies|
|Chief Editor: Hasan A. Yahya, PhD. Comparative Sociology, PhD. Educational Administration, Jackson Community College, USA|
|Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues per year)|
|Submission E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Language of Publication: English|
The international humanities studies is a global peer reviewed Journal. Its objective is to disseminate knowledge on the subject of humanities and its many branches, using a professional global arena with emphasis on research in humanities with no connection to either ideological or biased research.
IHS aims to publish the highest quality articles in both theoretical and applied research. The Journal covers scientific articles in humanities studies, especially sociology and political science, anthropology, criminology, archaeology, business and economics, cross cultural studies, development, education, geography, history, gender & women, law, library, media, linguistics, philosophy, methodology and statistics, psychology, social work or any other related fields.
The IHS is a scientific consortium which offers scholars a professional tool to publish and promote their recent articles; enabling them to work efficiently and provide researchers with scientific access to the best articles thereby advancing knowledge and learning. Moreover, IHS seeks to improve communication between scholars, researchers, readers and communities within the academic and other research arenas, including policy-makers and operational decision-makers.
Hasan A. Yahya, PhD. Comparative Sociology, PhD. Educational Administration, Jackson Community College, USA
Deputy Chief Editor
Bassam Banat, PhD. Sociology (Statistical Methods and Research Techniques), Al-Quds University, Jerusalem, Palestine
Chief Editorial Assistant
Chris Ashcroft, DBA. Education & Divinity, Sydney, NSW Australia
EditorsMaria-Jose Lera, PhD. Psychology (Developmental and Educational Psychology), Seville University, Spain
The international humanities studies strives towards honest, advanced and scientific communication. Therefore, IHS focuses on valid and reliable reported data, results, methods and procedures.