About the Journal

NICE Research Journal of Social Sciences is a peer-reviewed, open-access academic publication dedicated to the dissemination of high-quality research in the fields of Social Sciences. The journal seeks to promote the advancement of knowledge in these domains by publishing original research articles, reviews, and other scholarly contributions. Our aim is to provide a platform for academics, researchers, and practitioners to share their insights, ideas, and findings related to Social Sciences.

The scope of the journal encompasses a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

The scope of social sciences:

Anthropology: The study of human societies and cultures, focusing on cultural, social, and biological diversity among humans.

Sociology: The scientific study of society, social institutions, and social relationships, including the analysis of social behavior and structures.

Psychology: The study of the mind and behavior, encompassing various subfields such as cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and social psychology.

Economics: The study of how societies allocate scarce resources to meet unlimited wants and needs, including microeconomics (individual behavior) and macroeconomics (aggregate behavior of economies).

Political Science: The study of political systems, institutions, behavior, and power dynamics within societies, including comparative politics, international relations, and political theory.

Geography: The study of the Earth's landscapes, environments, and spatial relationships, including human geography (study of human activities and their spatial distribution) and physical geography (study of natural environments).

History: The study of past events and their impact on societies and individuals, encompassing various subfields such as cultural history, economic history, and political history.

Communication Studies: The study of human communication processes, including verbal and nonverbal communication, mass media, interpersonal communication, and organizational communication.

Social Work: The profession dedicated to helping individuals, families, and communities enhance their well-being, addressing social issues and providing support services.

Education: The study of the process of teaching and learning, including educational psychology, curriculum development, and educational policy.

Linguistics: The scientific study of language structure, usage, and acquisition, encompassing various subfields such as sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and applied linguistics.

Archaeology: The study of past human cultures and societies through the analysis of material remains, including artifacts, structures, and environmental data.

Demography: The study of populations, including their size, structure, distribution, and dynamics, as well as the factors influencing population changes.

Cultural Studies: The interdisciplinary study of culture, encompassing cultural production, representation, identity, and cultural politics.

Gender Studies: The study of gender identity, roles, and relations within societies, examining issues of gender inequality, sexuality, and gender-based discrimination.

Management: The study of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling resources (human, financial, and physical) to achieve organizational goals effectively and efficiently. Subfields include strategic management, organizational behavior, and operations management.

Business Administration: The study of how businesses operate and are managed, encompassing areas such as finance, marketing, human resources, and entrepreneurship.

Public Administration: The study of government agencies and nonprofit organizations, focusing on public policy development, implementation, and evaluation, as well as organizational management and governance.

Human Resource Management: The management of an organization's workforce, including recruitment, training, performance evaluation, compensation, and employee relations.

Organizational Psychology: The application of psychological principles to understand and improve workplace behavior, motivation, communication, leadership, and organizational culture.

Industrial Relations: The study of employment relationships and interactions between employers, employees, and labor unions, focusing on labor markets, collective bargaining, and workplace conflict resolution.

Operations Research: The application of mathematical and analytical methods to optimize decision-making processes within organizations, including logistics, supply chain management, and production scheduling.

Project Management: The discipline of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing projects to achieve specific goals within specified constraints, such as time, budget, and quality.

Health Services Administration: The management of healthcare organizations and systems, including hospitals, clinics, and public health agencies, focusing on healthcare delivery, policy, and regulation.

Educational Administration: The management and leadership of educational institutions, including schools, colleges, and universities, encompassing areas such as curriculum development, student affairs, and academic governance.
We welcome submissions that employ various research methodologies, including empirical, theoretical, and qualitative approaches, to contribute to the body of knowledge in the field of Social Sciences.