Aims & Scope

The European Journal of Sociology and Anthropology (EjoSA) is a biannual academic journal, focused on creating a global, multidisciplinary platform for anthropologists and sociologists. The journal aims for publications that explore, analyze and review various topics and research methods in Sociology and Anthropology and in other disciplines that are connected to these fields.

Papers can be from all related disciplines such as, and not limited to, the following:

*psychology
*sociology
*philosophy
*social and cultural anthropology
*medical sociology and anthropology
*paleoanthropology
*biocultural anthropology
*urban sociology
*gender studies
*sociology of education
*law
*economics
*ethnic and racial studies
*social media and technology
*theology
*political sociology
*migration studies
*history

Priority is given to scholarly works that aim to open new horizons for social science by pointing out innovative ways of thinking. The EjoSA aims to be a forum through which academics, students, intellectuals from all over the world discuss and convey their scholarly ideas in a free manner.

There is no submission fee for the European Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. You may expect rapid peer-review and publication of your manuscript as long as academic standards are met.

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