Aims and Scope
AURUM Journal of Social Sciences is a peer-reviewed social science journal published biannually (June – December). The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for critical scholarship across the social sciences, for theoretical debates and empirical analyses that move away from narrow disciplinary focus. AURUM JSS strongly encourages interdisciplinary and comparative research.
AURUM JSS publishes original research articles, book reviews, review articles, and commentaries that reflect the diversity of the journal’s scope. The journal also invites guest editors for special thematic issues. Each submission goes through a double blind review process. AURUM JSS policy is that published articles make original and strong theoretical and/or empirical contributions in their scholarly fields.