Aims and Scope
European Journal for Social Science Education and Research (EJSER) is a high quality open access peer reviewed research journal. The journal provides a platform for the researchers, academicians, professional, practitioners and students to impart and share knowledge in the form of high quality empirical and theoretical research papers, case studies, literature reviews and book reviews. EJSER welcomes and acknowledges high quality theoretical and empirical original research papers in the field of social sciences and education; case studies, review papers, literature reviews, book reviews, conceptual framework, analytical-simulation models and technical notes by researchers, academicians, professional and practitioners from all over the world..
EJSER publishes 3 issues per year periodically available both in print and electronic versions.
1st Issue: April
2nd Issue: August
3rd Issue: December
The journal also publishes special editions depending on the high demands or event specific purposes such as conferences.
European Journal of Social Sciences Education and Research
ISSN 2411-9563 (Print)
ISSN 2312-8429 (Online)
Key title: European Journal of Social Sciences Education and Research
Abbreviated key title: Eur. j. soc. sci. educ. res.
Publisher: European Center for Science Education and Research
2018 Issues were published by Sciendo De Gruyter
Abstracting and Indexing
EJSER is indexed and listed in RePEc & Ideas, Google Scholar, Microsoft Academics and Crossref. Its part of DOI database as well.
The new volumes are added as soon as after publishing.
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To see all articles indexed in Google Scholar: Go to scholar.google.com by clcicking the logo above, and enter your title correctly into search bar.
EJSER is now part of DOI and Crossref. You may verify the indexing of your article.
To do this: 1. Copy the doi address from your article page. 2. Paste and search after clicking on the above crossref logo
You may verify the indexing of your article. To do this: 1. Copy the doi address from your article page. 2. Paste and search after clicking on the above doi logo.
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7. OCLC WorldCat
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