Interdisciplinary research in the Social Sciences
The scientific collection publishes actual research results in the field of museology, heritage studies, collective memory, historical politics.
The publication is intended for scientists and scientific and pedagogical workers engaged in research on theoretical, applied and historical aspects of museum and heritage studies.
‘Comunicar’ is a quarterly bilingual scientific journal specialising in educommunication: communication and education, ICT, audiences, new languages; with specialised monographic editions on current topics. It has a double format: print and online; The digital edition offers full text, open access for the entire scientific community and researchers around the world. In English and Spanish published by Comunicar, a professional, non-profit association, veteran in Spain (30 years) in educommunication, which collaborates with multiple institutions and international universities.
In active indexations 2018/2019, “Comunicar” is Q1 in JCR (1st Spanish in Education and 1st in Communication: IF 2,838). In Scopus (CiteScore and SJR) is Q1 in Education, Communication, and Cultural Studies (1st Spanish); It is RECYT Excellence Journal. In Google Scholar Metrics is the 1st best journal indexed in Spanish in all areas. 1st in REDIB (on 947 journals) and 1st in Dialnet Metrics (Education).
Eastern European Review on Contemporary Issues is a multidisciplinary, peer reviewed, online research journal. Eastern European Review on Contemporary Issues was launched in 2019 as a projection of a scientific forum that promotes the value of different opinions, sometimes diametrically opposed on the current state of society. The spectrum is extremely broad issues discussed. Special attention is given to elucidate the theoretical and practical problems of socio-economic sciences and humanities through the European Integration aspirations in the Eastern European and Near East countries.
The publication is addressed mostly to the representatives of science, research and education, but also to state organs and institutions of various character, state and local legislatures, organizations and institutions of civil society and to everyone who is interested in creating an effective education system using the valid European methods, with the respect to national priorities in various science disciplines. This journal also publishes articles aimed mainly at specific problems of the European society in the context of globalization. This can be an article that brings new information (for example from international, but also national conferences and symposiums), various kinds of reviews (monographs, scientific research, significant scientific and expert announcements), distillations from doctoral dissertations and other successful qualification works, various kinds of case and comparative studies, analyses and comments, proposals of international and national research, abstracts and other publications, for example significant social events, activities etc.
The IJHSDR published twice a year, in April and October. The main objective of IJHSDR is to provide an intellectual platform for the international scholars. IJHSDR aims to promote interdisciplinary studies in humanities and social development for becoming the leading journal in the world. Our mission is to encourage researchers to publish their innovative ideas and results in as much detail as possible; therefore, there is no restriction on the length of the papers.
The journal is published in English. To be published in the International Journal of Humanities and Social Development Research a paper must be substantial and original. The Editorial Board does not accept articles published or submitted for publication elsewhere the journal is published in both print and online versions.
«Universitas» is a bilingual scientific journal from Universidad Politécnica Salesiana of Ecuador specialized in Social and Human Sciences and its interdisciplinary lines such as Sociology, Anthropology, Social Psychology, Social Development, Communities, Latin American Studies, Political Studies, among others.