Social Science Review is an English-language academic journal which serves the research and scholarly communities both within and outside Nigeria. Social Science Review is managed by a distinguished Editorial team and guided by an international group of Editorial Board Members that consist of perspicacious professors that are affiliated with reputable universities, colleges and other tertiary institutions from all over the world. Our platform provides rapid and efficient avenue for academics and scholars to share ideas that would contribute to and enhance the pool of knowledge in the world over. Social Science Review published its maiden edition in December 2020 under the auspice of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Social Science Review is an international peer-reviewed journal, which is devoted to publishing original research included within the social sciences that includes Mass Communications, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Geography and Environmental and Sociology. The journal offers thorough blind peer review.
Social Science Review accepts submissions from across the globe and is committed to publishing basic or applied research-based articles from the fields of social sciences and allied disciplines. The fundamental objective of the Social Science Review is to promote rigorous research on new advances in the fields of social sciences and related disciplines. Social Science Review is published bi-annually and covers diversified topics.
Following well-crafted rules and guidelines, the Managing Editor in collaboration with the Editorial Assistant determines whether the manuscript fits the journal’s focus and scope. Plagiarism test for every manuscript is carried out using the Turn-it-in software to determine the Similarity Index of submissions. Any manuscript that exceeds the journal’s stipulated benchmark of 30%, is regarded as plagiarized (including self-plagiarism) and is therefore rejected. The journal uses the single-blind system for peer review; the reviewers who are neither affiliated with the journal’s host institution nor known to the authors autonomously provide a detailed Reviewer’s Report on the manuscripts.
Each paper published in Science Review is assigned a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number.