International Journal of Social Science Research is an international peer-reviewed academic research journal, published semiannually by Macrothink Institute.
The mission of the journal is to provide an academic forum for discussing the issues of significant public interest across the world.
The journal publishes research articles, literature review articles, commentaries, opinion pieces, case studies, case reports, etc. Contributions are welcome from all fields of social sciences. The typical topics include, but are not limited to the following fields:
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: Call for Papers
|The journal is seeking submissions for the issue of Vol. 2, No. 2 September 2014. All manuscripts should be written in English, prepared in MS-Word format, and submitted online, or sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Recruitment for Reviewers
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Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2014
Table of Contents
|Critical Sámi Research as the Means of Finding Ways of Seeing|
|Erika Sarivaara, Satu Uusiautti, Kaarina Määttä||1-18|
|Political Instability and Growth: Case of the Developing Countries|
|Said JAOUADI, Lamia ARFAOUI, Azza ZIEDI||19-28|
|The Relationship between Language, Literature, Teacher Effectiveness and Quality Education|
|Amase Lanior Emmanuel, Tsavmbu Aondover Alexis, Kaan Aondover Theophilus||29-38|
|The Implementation of the Rights of Suspects in Detention Process|
|Communication Interception Technology (CIT) and Its Use in the Fight against Transnational Organised Crime (TOC) in Australia: A Review of the Literature|
|Peter Bell, Mitchell Congram||46-66|
|Social Construction of Poverty in Ghana: A Structural Sociological Analysis|
|‘Beyond the Lens of Peasantry’: Theoretical Basis of ‘Fishantry’ as a Distinct Social Domain (Part 1)|
|Apurba Krishna Deb, C. Emdad Haque||77-101|
|Meaning and Egoism: Are the Notions Compatible?|
|Leonid Z. Levit||102-112|
|Globalization versus Integration - The Quest for Appropriate Market System in the Philippines|
|Arthur M. Alvendia, Irina Kireeva||113-138|
|A Critical Analysis of Legal Aid in Bangladesh|
|Md. Nannu Mian, Md. Mamunur Rashid||139-150|
|The Effects of Small Scale Gold Mining on Living Conditions: A Case Study of the West Gonja District of Ghana|
|Mabel A. Hoedoafia, Benjamin Spears Ngmekpele Cheabu, Vida Korang||151-164|
|Policy Formulations of the Fisheries Criminal Act: An Investigation of the Authority of the Criminal Justice System in Indonesia|
|Deassy J. A. Hehanussa, Koesno Adi, Masruchin Ruba’i, Pridja Djatmika||165-175|
|Determining the Applicability of DNA Evidence in Rape Trials in India|
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