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Journal of 
Social Sciences: Transformations & transitions
ISSN 2792-3843

Aim & Scopes


Journal of Social Sciences: Transformations & Transitions (JOSSTT) is an open access, international, double-blind, and peer-reviewed journal by ERUDITUS® with quick-refereeing and continuous online publishing.

The journal has focus on global transformations in the field of social sciences with the consequent national and regional transitions in response to such changes. Emphasis is on research papers contributing to the systematic knowledge important substantive, theoretical, or methodological questions, as well as applied empirical and analytical researches. 

Research papers are welcome from researchers who are still early in the careers, without any academic records.

There is no restriction on the length of papers, however, we recommend submitting original researches not exceeding 6,000 words – excluding notes, references, figures, tables, images, or any supporting material that will appear as supplemental online appendices – whenever possible.

For more information, check  Guide for Authors



JOSSTT accepts research papers within the following All Science Journal Classification (ASJC):

Social Sciences

  • General Social Sciences

  • Social Sciences (miscellaneous)

  • Law

  • Linguistics and Language

  • Sociology

  • Social Psychology 

  • Political Science

  • Communication & Journalism

  • Cultural Studies

  • Demography

  • Gender Studies

  • Political Science

  • International Relations

  • Public Administration


Art & Humanities

  • History

  • History and Philosophy of Science

  • Philosophy

  • Religious studies

We encourage researchers to submit articles in the following topics, including (but not limited to):

  • Legal Transformations

  • Legal Transitions

  • Social Transformations

  • Social Transitions

  • Socio-Legal Studies

  • Cultural Transformation & Transitions

  • Secularism & Non-Religion

  • International Social Relations

  • Socio-Cultural Tendencies

  • International Politics & Policies

  • Transformation of National Political Systems

  • Transformation of International Political Systems

  • Social Psychology and Tendencies

  • Social, Legal, Political, Cultural Behaviour Studies in Transition Periods 

  • Political Transformations & Tendencies

  • Challenges for Political Transitions

  • Regional and International Integrations

  • Globalization &Anti-Globalization movements

  • Language Transformations

  • Transformation in Communications

  • Transformations in Gender Policies

  • New Concepts and Their Implementation

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