SJHSS

SAUS Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Editorial Board
Patron in Chief
Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. G Raza Bhatti
Editor in Chief
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ajmal
Associate Editor
Prof. Dr. Mehmood-ul-Hassan
Associate Editor
Prof. Dr. Riaz Soomro
Managing Editor
Mr. Bakhtiar Ahmad
Advisory Board
Prof. Dr. Shahbaz Arif, Punjab Higher Education Commission, Lahore
Prof. Dr. Beatrix Busse, University of Cologne, Germany
Prof. Dr. Maimoona Ghani (R), Islamia University Bahawalpur, Pakistan
Prof. Dr. Ayesha Sohail, University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Prof. Dr. Manana Gelashvili, Tbilisi State University, Georgia
Prof. Dr. Mehwish Malghani, Mir Chakar Khan Rind University, Sibi, Pakistan
Dr. Zuraina Ali, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia
Dr. Tribhuwan Kumar, Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Muhammad Saeed Akhter, Riphah International University Faisalabad Pakistan
Dr. Fouzia Ajmal, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan
Dr. Nazia Suleman. Assistant Professor, Comsats University Islamabad, Vehari Campus
Dr. Saba Sadia, University of Gujrat, Hafiz Hayat Campus, Gujrat
Aim and Scope
The ultimate aim of SAUS Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences is to provide an intellectual platform for academicians, researchers, and professionals to interact and disseminate original research in the field of humanities and social sciences. It aims to promote interdisciplinary studies in humanities and social science and is committed to becoming the leading journal in humanities and social science in the world. It also aims to promote the international exchange of new knowledge and recent developments in specific aspects of humanities and social sciences.
The scope of this journal is specific fields of humanities and social sciences. SAUS Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences will publish papers both on theoretical and applied aspects of the following disciplines:
  • Education
  • English Language and Literature
  • Economics
  • Management Sciences
  • Political Science and International Relations
  • Psychology
  • Sociology and Development Studies
  • Media and Communication Studies
Related Information
We would like to invite you to contribute papers for consideration and publication in SAUS Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. It is published biannually (June & December). All submitted articles should be original and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should follow the formatting style of the journal.
Publication Process
  1. Submission Acknowledgement: When you submit a manuscript online, you will receive a submission acknowledgement letter sent by the online system automatically. For email submission, the editor or editorial assistant sends an e-mail confirmation to the submission’s author within one to three working days.
  2. First Review: The editor or editorial assistant decides whether the article fits the journal’s aims and scope. Next a checked for the similarity rate is completed using CrossCheck, powered by iThenticate. Any manuscripts out of the journal’s scope or having plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, are rejected without peer reviewed
  3. Peer Review and Decision of Reviewer: The Journal is following double-blind system for peer-review; both reviewers and authors’ identities remain anonymous. The paper will be peer-reviewed by three experts; two reviewers from outside and one editor from the journal typically involve in reviewing a submission. The review process may take 3-5 weeks. The result of review will be sent to the corresponding author by email, and he/she will be assumed to send other authors.
  4. Average Time: The average time between submission and final decision is 30 working days and the average time between acceptance and final publication is 50 to 60 days.
  5. Article Publication Fee: There is no submission or publication fee at the moment
  6. Publication Notice: The author(s) will be informed by email, when his/her article is published online on the journal website.
Submission:
Manuscripts must be written in good English.
Manuscript:
Manuscripts must be unpublished. The title page must include an abstract that is no longer than 250 words and key words. Full contact information for all authors must also be provided on a separate page. References must strictly meet the journal’s style requirements.
Abstract:
Author(s) will need to write abstract briefly and clearly the main aims and findings/conclusions of the work; it should provide the reader a clear idea of what has been achieved. The length of the abstract should be within 150-250 words.
Abbreviations:
Any word or words to be abbreviated should be written in full when first mentioned followed by the abbreviation in parenthesis.
Tables and Supplementary Material:
Data must be kept to a minimum. Tables should be numbered and headed with short titles. As with illustrations, they should insert in the main manuscript text.
Acknowledgements:
Acknowledgements should appear at the end of the text.
References:
References should be cited in the text as name and year and listed at the end of the paper alphabetically. Where reference is made to more than one work by the same author published in the same year, identify each citation in the text as follows: (Kashif, 1998a), (Kashif, 1998b). Where three or more authors are listed in the reference list, please cite in the text as (Hye et al., 1998). All references must be complete and correct. If essential, cite unpublished or personal work in the text but do not include it in the reference list. Where possible the DOI for the reference should be included at the end of the reference. Online citations should include date of access. References should be listed in the following style:
Journal Article

Klimoski, R., & Palmer, S. 1993. The ADA and the hiring process in organizations. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 45(2), 10-36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/1061-4087.45.2.10
Baharumshah. Z. and D. Borsic, 2008. Purchasing power parity in central and eastern european. Economics Bulletin 6(32): 1-8.

Advance online article
Jung, T. I., Hoffmann, F., Glaeske, G., & Felsenberg, D. 2009. Disease-specific risk for an osteonecrosis of the jaw under bisphosphonate therapy. Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00432-009-0662-9.
Books & Reports
Electronic version of print book, retrieved from PAS eBook Collection Vogel, C. G. 1999. Legends of landforms: Native American lore and the geology of the land [PAS Reader version]. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com
Advance online article
Jung, T. I., Hoffmann, F., Glaeske, G., & Felsenberg, D. 2009. Disease-specific risk for an osteonecrosis of the jaw under bisphosphonate therapy. Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology. Advance online publication.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00432-009-0662-9.
Electronic version of book chapter from an edited book
Symonds, P. M. 1958. Human drives. In C. L. Stacey & M. DeMartino (Eds.), Understanding human motivation (pp. 11-22). doi:10.1037/11305-002
Book, one author
McKibben, B. 1992. The age of missing information. New York, NY: Random House.
Book, multiple authors
Larson, G. W., Ellis, D. C., & Rivers, P. C. 1984. Essentials of chemical dependency counseling. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Edited book (editor in place of author)
Inness, S. A. (Ed.). 1998. Delinquents and debutantes: Twentieth-century American girls’ cultures. New York, NY: New York University Press.
Appendix:
At the end of paper
Peer Review Policy
Our peer review policy has three main features:
  1. This policy is designed to evaluate the validity and quality of articles prior to publication. This supports the maintenance of the integrity of the knowledge domain to which the article belongs and filters out irrelevant and poor-quality manuscripts.
  2. Our peer reviewers ensure that data is clearly presented and findings and conclusions are adequately supported by data.
  3. We follow the double-blind review process, which means neither authors nor reviewers are aware of each other’s identities or affiliations throughout the review process. Authors are instructed to prepare their manuscripts in such a way that their identities are not revealed. This anonymity prevents bias from either side.