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African Journal of Social Sciences Education (AJSSE) is a multi and transdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for examining, discussing, exploring and publicising cutting-edge and innovative research in the social sciences that can inform social science pedagogy. AJSSE, thus, provides a platform that bridges content knowledge and pedagogical issues in the social sciences. To that extent, AJSSE welcomes innovative articles that focus on pedagogical issues in the social sciences as well as contributions that explore any theme or topic in the social sciences other than pedagogy. We also accept book reviews and research notes.
The International Journal of Psychology and Education (IJOPE) emphasises the publication of original investigations that contribute new knowledge and understanding to fields of Psychology and Education (other than clinical and applied experimental or human factors, which are more appropriate for other journals). The IJOPE primarily considers empirical and theoretical investigations that enhance understanding of cognitive, motivational, affective, and behavioural psychological phenomena in work and other organisational settings, broadly defined.
The Ghana Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literature (GJoLLL) publishes:
- papers on all aspects of Ghanaian and African Languages, Linguistics and Literature;
- on occasion, papers written in Ghanaian (African) Languages in as far as it is possible to get qualified blind expert reviewers for the language and topic;
- book reviews and editorials of Interest to the Community.
The Ghana Journal of Higher Education Management (GHAJHEM) is a journal of the UEW branch of the Ghana Association of University Administrators (GAUA).
GHAJHEM accepts articles that address research, theory or practice in all aspects of Higher Education management. The journal also welcomes position papers, essays on current issues, reflective reports on innovative practices, letters to the editor and book reviews. Letters to the Editor are opportunities for authors to submit brief reports on a study or to offer opinions on issues
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