About the Journal

Journal of Integrated Social Sciences and Humanities (JISSH) is a multidisciplinary platform dedicated to the exploration and dissemination of innovative research at the intersection of social sciences and humanities. With a focus on interdisciplinary collaboration, JISSH aims to foster a vibrant scholarly community that engages with complex societal issues through an integrated lens, encompassing diverse perspectives from the fields of sociology, anthropology, psychology, history, literature, philosophy, and related disciplines.

The journal provides a comprehensive platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to publish and access high-quality, original research that transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries. JISSH welcomes contributions that address critical social and cultural phenomena, historical developments, philosophical inquiries, and contemporary human experiences, offering a forum for rigorous academic inquiry and intellectual exchange.

The scope of JISSH encompasses a wide array of thematic areas, including but not limited to:

  • Interdisciplinary approaches to societal challenges
  • Cultural and historical analyses of human societies
  • Ethical, philosophical, and moral inquiries
  • Theoretical and empirical investigations of human behavior
  • Literary and artistic expressions in societal contexts
  • Cross-cultural and transnational studies
  • Applied and practical implications of social and humanistic research

JISSH welcomes original research articles, reviews, theoretical discussions, and methodological contributions that advance the frontiers of integrated social sciences and humanities, thereby cultivating a dynamic intellectual environment that transcends disciplinary silos and fosters meaningful interdisciplinary collaborations.