International Journal of Religion (IJOR) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal aiming to offer a venue for scholarly discussion on religion in reference to the social sciences and humanities. International Journal of Religion aims to fulfil the need for critical discussion on how religion affects economics, society, politics, international relations, geography, anthropology, education, business and management, health, and the arts. International Journal of Religion invites articles with rigorous analysis, reflecting theoretical insights or persuasive empirical evidence. The journal aims to bring into mutually beneficial dialogue, all those - including, policymakers, practitioners, educators, scholars, researchers, and students - interested in these crucial, controversial and topical conversations. The overall objective is to inform understanding of how religion impacts on many areas of human interaction.
International Journal of Religion editorial team works to get the Journal included in the indexing and abstracting services including Scopus, Web of Science and ERIH Plus. To ensure this is achieved, the Journal follows a strict double-blind review policy embedded in our general publishing ethics and supported by rigorous academic scrutiny of papers published.
Journal Founded: 2019 | ISSN: 2633-352X (Print) | ISSN: 2633-3538 (Online) | Publication Frequency: Two issues a year
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