Journal of Competitive Social Science Research
Welcome to the Competitive Social Science Research Journal (CSSRJ). The journal is published thrice a year in April, August and December every year and is owned by Institute of Competitive Learning (ICL), a group of highly motivated academicians. Besides publishing regular issues thrice a year, the journal also plans to publish special issues on burning issues on the selected topics falling within the domains of social sciences.
The journal follows international SOPs for the publication process and each article published in the journal through CCPR is assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number. This number is a permanent link to the electronic database and the easy way to access the articles. Moreover, each article is also accessible through Quick Response Code (QR code) assigned to each article. This machine-readable code is used in storing URL to be read by smartphones or cameras.
Competitive Social Science Research Journal (CSSRJ) is a peer reviewed journal which publishes both theoretical and applied studies on different areas of social sciences. The journal welcomes teachers, researchers, and scholars from across the globe to contribute to contemporary understanding of various social sciences disciplines.
The themes of the journal mainly cover the content related to Education, Literature, Linguistics, International Relations, Business Management, Sociology and Media studies. Bear in mind that the themes are not restricted to these areas and may be expanded to cover all aspects of social sciences if the articles are considered to advance significant contribution to the discipline. The journal aims at providing a platform for academic discussion in social sciences and assist in publishing interdisciplinary content with international collaborations.
The prime objective of the journal is to publish contemporary areas and to make it accessible to the wider audience so, the journal follows open access policy. There is no fee charged by the readers to get access and read the articles in current or previous issues of the journal.