About the Journal


American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences is indexed by a range of indexing services, including Genamics JournalSeek, Global Impact Factor (GIF), Ulrich’s, CrossRef, Open J-Gate, IndexCopernicus, LOCKSS, JournalTOCs, WorldCat, NewJour, and the Library of Congress in Washington DC. Additionally, it is covered by ZBW - German National Library of Economics and Contemporary Science Association. This extensive coverage ensures the journal's research is widely accessible and reaches a diverse academic audience.

Publication Model

American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences embraces a hybrid publication model, combining the efficiency of Continuous Publication with the structured organization of quarterly issues. This model is designed to ensure the prompt dissemination of cutting-edge research while maintaining an organized archival system.

Key Features of Our Hybrid Publication Model:

  1. Continuous Publication:

    • Timeliness: Articles are published online immediately upon final acceptance, facilitating the swift sharing of pivotal research findings.
    • Flexibility: We welcome submissions continuously, free from the restrictions of traditional issue deadlines, offering greater flexibility for authors.
    • Visibility: The journal's content is regularly updated, maintaining ongoing engagement with our readers and ensuring consistent visibility for authors' work.
    • Citation Details: Each article is provided with a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier) and includes comprehensive citation details, reflective of the year of publication.
  2. Quarterly Issues:

    • Structured Archiving: Articles published under the continuous model are systematically compiled into four issues annually. This approach aids in streamlined access and navigation, allowing readers to explore collections of articles published within specific timeframes.
    • Volume and Issue Numbering: Each article is associated with a specific volume and issue number, facilitating precise referencing and academic citation.
  3. Accessibility and Archiving:

    • Annual Compilation: For enhanced accessibility, all articles are archived on an annual basis, with each year's publications easily retrievable on our journal’s website.
    • Open Access: In alignment with our commitment to widespread knowledge dissemination, all articles are freely accessible to our readership.

Through this hybrid model, AJHSS aims to strike a balance between the immediacy of rolling publications and the traditional structure of academic journals, catering to the evolving needs of our global scholarly community.

Open Access Policy

Aligning with the goal of promoting a broader global exchange of knowledge, American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (AJHSS) offers immediate open access to its content. This approach to accessibility ensures that research is freely available to the public, thereby encouraging extensive dissemination and facilitating collaborative progress in various fields.

Publication Frequency

American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences is published on a quarterly basis, producing four issues each year.