Aim and Scope
Scholars Journal of Research in Social Science (SJRSS) is a transdisciplinary journal that publishes articles online in English four times a year in the spring, summer, autumn and winter. The journal's goal is to provide an intellectual platform for academics and practitioners, and it welcomes submissions on a wide range of disciplines, including organizational theory, organizational culture, political economy, cross-cultural studies, cultural management, and social anthropology. The journal also welcomes manuscripts on other disciplines, including ethnic entrepreneurship, business finance, human resources, expatriate management. The entire text of the SJRSS is available to anybody who wishes to read it.
The Journal is a proponent of global open access to scientific research. Unlike traditional subscription-based models, open access allows users to freely access, use, and distribute academic content. This increases engagement significantly and provides authors with a more robust platform for sharing their knowledge and research findings. When authors make their work open access, they retain ownership over it. Indeed, open access allows authors to maintain copyright while requiring users to follow a set of predefined rules on the appropriate use and distribution of their work. Each work is subject to the Creative Commons Attribution License. The Publisher licenses all online-published articles (unless where otherwise indicated) to readers, scientists, and institutions for non-commercial usage under the Creative Commons Attribution 4 license (such as linking to the content or permission for its download, distribution, printing, copying, and reproduction in any medium, except for change of content and for commercial use). Commercial use of the publisher's content requires permission from the publisher.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the basis that making research freely available to the public facilitates global knowledge exchange. This implies that anybody has access to the full text of articles published in this journal. The Archives part of SJRSS includes the whole database of the papers, which anyone may access simply and for free.
Youth for democratic resilience: Prospects beyond the degeneration of youth politics in Bangladesh
Shawon Talukdar, Sania Akter and Muhammad Miraj Mia
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Talukdar, S., Akter, S., & Mia, M. M. (2022). Youth for democratic resilience: Prospects beyond the degeneration of youth politics in Bangladesh. Scholars Journal of Research in Social Science (SJRSS), 2(1), 1-13.
Factors behind taking up social status of Nun
Qandil Ahmad, Hira Ahmad Farrah and Tanvir Shirwany
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Ahmad, Q., Farrah, H. A., & Shirwany, T. (2022). Factors behind taking up social status of Nun. Scholars Journal of Research in Social Science (SJRSS), 2(1), 14-21.
Organizational culture: Conceptual discussion
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Rita, A. S. (2022). Organizational culture: Conceptual discussion. Scholars Journal of Research in Social Science (SJRSS), 2(1), 22-27.