Journal of Research in Social Sciences (JRSS)

Call for Papers

Dear Colleagues,

Subject:          Get Your Papers Published Free of Charge in JRSS.

Journal of Research in Social Sciences (JRSS) is currently accepting manuscripts for next issue of JRSS which will be published in January, 2015. All articles, received for JRSS, are blind reviewed.  

We invite scholars from social sciences (Education, economics, religion studies, social studies, history, linguistics, psychology, political science, international relations, and sociology) to submit their research papers for prompt publication in JRSS. 

JRSS is currently indexed in:



Research Bible and

Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI). Further indexing in well reputed databases is in progress.

Kindly submit your manuscripts for publication in JRSS on following e. mail addresses:

Chief Editor JRSS

JRSS website:
Publisher of JRSS: National University of Modern Languages (NUML) Islamabad, Pakistan

Guidelines for Authors: The authors should follow guidelines while submitting articles to JRSS:

1.      Language: The submitted manuscripts should be written in English, (American or British usage is accepted, and however it should not be not a mixture of both) and must be in double spaced.   Manuscripts should be free from grammatical errors.

2.       Format: Manuscripts should be composed according to APA (American Psychological Association) 6th edition format.

3.       Title: Title should be a brief, not more than fourteen words it should be written in Times New Roman Font Size 14 Bold and centered. The title page should include the authors' full names, affiliations and e-mail information. 

4.       Author Detail: The author should provide detail (name, affiliation, and email address) about him/herself on left side below the title of the article.

5.      Abstract: Abstract of the manuscripts should be concise self-explanatory with maximum 150 words length. Abstract should be written in past tense. The abstract should be clearly written and readily comprehensible. It should provide a concise summary of the objectives, methodology (including the species studied), key results, and major conclusions of the study. It should be written in complete sentences, without subheadings.

6.      Key Words: Provide maximum 6 key words of the manuscript.

7.      Abbreviation: A list of non-standard Abbreviations should be added at the end of article after list of references.

8.      Introduction: The Introduction should provide a clear statement of the problem, the relevant literature on the subject should be cited.    Methods and procedures used in the research should be described in detail.  Results should be clearly described and should provide a comprehensive picture of results. Previously published findings should be written in the present tense. Detailed interpretation of data should not be included. In discussion section findings should be interpreted in view of the present study results and results of past researches in that area. Conclusions should be given at the end of article. Discussion section should describe briefly the major findings. It should describe the validity of observation and other published work dealing with the same type of findings.

9.      Tables should be kept to a minimum and be designed to be as simple as possible.

10.  Plagiarism: JRSS believes in quality research and consequently, there is no room for plagiarism.

11.  If the research project is funded by some funding agency, or some people have provided any assistance / support, such facts can be acknowledged briefly.

12.  Submission of a manuscript to JRSS implies that the work submitted has not been published before; that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere; and that if when the manuscript is accepted for publication, the authors agree to transfer of the copyright to the publisher.

13. All manuscripts submitted to JRSS are sent for 'double blind' peer-review process in order to produce quality researches through JRSS. Referees do not know the name of the authors whose papers they review. Peer reviewers are asked to give their opinion about significant issues relating to the originality and quality of article and to judge papers. 


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