Humanities & Social Sciences are the major academic disciplines. The field of study teaches students how history, art, music, religion and culture and society have shaped the modern world. While on one hand, Humanities centres on art, music and literature, on the other hand, Social Sciences focuses on anthropology, archaeology and politics. That is why even though the two streams are different they are often studied together as both complement each other.
A career in Humanities & Social Sciences is not traditionally considered a great career builder. This is because there is a common perception that only students who are academically weak opt for this stream. However, this is far from the truth as there are a lot of career opportunities available for Humanities & Social Sciences students right after graduation.
With the backdrops of these the international journal focuses upon to provide an opportunity to the academicians, researchers, teachers, teachers and planners to share their pertinent researches and innovative ideas before the world forum. Through Humanities and Social Sciences scholars develop the ability to question, think critically, solve problems, communicate effectively, but also they make decisions and adapt to change thinking about and responding to issues requires an understanding of the key historical, geographical, political, economic and societal factors involved, and how these different factors interrelate.
The respective fields also provide a broad understanding of the world in which we live, and how people can participate as active and informed citizens with high-level skills needed for the 21st century. Initially the subjects in Humanities and Social Science classes include: History, Geography, Economics and Business, Civics and Citizenship but today the Humanities and Social Science subjects include a range of skills that can be represented broadly as questioning, researching, analysing, evaluating and communicating. Students apply these skills to investigate events, developments, issues, and phenomena, both historical and contemporary.
Each subject has a different way of working. Skills and strategies for each Humanities and Social Science subject need to be taught explicitly. The type of questions asked, the information, evidence, and/or data gathered, and the analysis applied will vary by subject. Over the years, it has developed into a lively department, encompassing teaching and research programs in the areas of English, Economics, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Fine Arts and related inter & cross-disciplinary subjects. One of the notable achievements in recent years has been the expansion in research activities and exchanges of ideas, facilitated by the constant surge of discussions, consultations and publications in esteemed and high impact journals.
The Editorial committee of the biannual journal is as per below and remaining all the established editorial rules of The Asian Man would be followed regarding the decisions of this international journal also ( please see the editorial rules of The Asian Man) ;