The Print ISSN 3009-6723
The Online ISSN 3009-6782
About this series
Lecture Notes in Social Sciences and Humanities is a prestigious publication that showcases the latest developments in the fields of Social Sciences and Humanities. The publication primarily comprises of original research presented in proceedings and post-proceedings, ensuring that the core of this publication is of the highest quality.
The series is all-encompassing, covering every aspect and subfield of Social Sciences and Humanities. The primary objective of this book series is to provide a platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to share cutting-edge research on a vast array of topics in these fields. The publication series also aims to promote interdisciplinary cooperation, stimulate new ideas, and disseminate knowledge to a global audience.
The book series welcomes submissions of original research, theoretical and empirical studies, critical analyses, and case studies that explore current issues, trends, and challenges in Social Sciences and Humanities. The scope of this book series is expansive, including but not limited to sociology, psychology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy, and other related fields.
Additionally, the book series encourages submissions that delve into the ethical, social, and political implications of research in Social Sciences and Humanities. It also welcomes studies that explore the intersection of these fields with other disciplines, such as science, technology, and medicine.
The primary objective of this book series is to provide a forum for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to share their expertise and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in Social Sciences and Humanities. The publication series seeks to publish innovative and thought-provoking research that can inform policy, practice, and future research directions in these fields. In summary, Lecture Notes in Social Sciences and Humanities aims to be a leading platform for the dissemination of high-quality research and ideas in these fields, promoting collaboration, interdisciplinary thinking, and the advancement of knowledge in Social Sciences and Humanities.