- The primary aim of "JSSArchives" is to disseminate high-quality research findings and scholarly insights in the field of social sciences.
- We seek to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among researchers from diverse social science disciplines.
- Our journal aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and understanding of social phenomena, human behavior, societal structures, and cultural dynamics.

The scope of "JSSArchives" encompasses, but is not limited to, the following areas within the field of social sciences:

1. Sociology: Societal structures, social institutions, social change, social stratification, sociology of culture, sociology of education, sociology of gender, sociology of religion, and sociology of health.
2. Psychology: Cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, clinical psychology, industrial-organizational psychology, and psychological assessment.
3. Anthropology: Cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, and applied anthropology.
4. Political Science: Comparative politics, international relations, political theory, public administration, political economy, and governance.
5. Economics: Microeconomics, macroeconomics, development economics, behavioral economics, econometrics, and economic policy.
6. Education: Educational psychology, curriculum development, educational technology, educational leadership, and pedagogical research.

We welcome original research articles, literature reviews, theoretical contributions, empirical studies, methodological papers, and book reviews that address pertinent issues within the social sciences. Interdisciplinary research that bridges multiple disciplines within the social sciences is also encouraged.

"JSSArchives" is committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity, rigor, and ethical conduct. We invite researchers and scholars from around the globe to contribute to our journal and engage in meaningful scholarly discourse.

For submission guidelines and further inquiries, please visit our website or contact the editorial office at [contact email/phone number].

We look forward to receiving your contributions to "JSSArchives" and contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the social sciences.