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Horizon Journal of Humanities Social Sciences Research


Discipline(s) / Subdiscipline(s):

     1. Arts & Humanities
         - Languages & linguistics

     2. Social Sciences
         - Anthropology
         - Education & educational research
         - Psychology
         - Sociology

E-ISSN: 2682-9096
Print ISSN: 2682-9096
Publication type: Electronic
Publication frequency: 2 time(s) per year
Journal Website: https://horizon-jhssr.com/index.php

Contact Info

Prof. Dr. Nayan Kanwal, Chief Executive Editor
Phone: 0149374050
Email: nayan.kanwal@gmail.com

Horizon Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (JHSSR), Online ISSN 2682-9096 is aimed at those in the academic world who are dedicated to advancing the field of social science education through their research. JHSSR provides a range of articles that speak to the major issues in social sciences across all content areas and disciplines. The Journal is peer edited through a blind review process that utilizes a national and international editorial board and peer reviewers, comprising of renowned scholars from various disciplines of research with diverse geographical backgrounds engaged with universities in 35 countries across the world.

JHSSR aspires to advance research in the field of social sciences through a collection of quality, relevant, and advanced interdisciplinary articles in the fields associated with the scope of the journal.

Published bi-annually, the journal encourages submission of manuscripts by lecturers, post-doctorates and scholars that use quantitative or qualitative methods. Articles combine disciplinary methods with critical insights to investigate major issues shaping national, state, and institutional contexts.

Indexing: The journal is currently listed/indexed with ISC, Google Scholar, Academia, and SSRN among others.

Publication Ethics: https://horizon-jhssr.com/code-of-conduct.php


Editorial Board

    Percival Bion Griffin (Professor Emeritus)
    University of Hawaii, USA
    History and English; Anthropology-Ethnoarchaeology and ethnography
Chief Executive Editor
    Nayan Kanwal (Professor)
    Horizon, Texas, USA
Emeritus Editors
  • James William Chapman (Professor Emeritus)
    Massey University, New Zealand.
    Educational Psychology; Educational psychology, special education, measurement and evaluation, learning disorders, and educational research methods.
  • Richard D. Cureton (Professor Emeritus)
    University of Michigan, USA.
    English Language and Literature; Linguistics, Philosophy; Literary Stylistics; Semantics and Pragmatics; Stylistics; Poetry; E.E. Cummings, William Carlos Williams, Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Frost, Wallace Stevens, Marianne Moore, etc.
Associate Editors
  • Aldrin Abdullah (Professor)
    Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.
    Architectural Studies, Landscape- Crime and the Environment; Landscape and Thermal Comfort; Landscape Display & Design (Exhibition, Parks and Open Spaces), Housing, Building & Planning.
  • Ali Maleki Kakelar (Professor)
    Universiti Sains Malaysia, Turkey.
    TESOL, TEFL, TESL, Language testing and education, Language policy, Applied linguistics, Assessment of English language proficiency.
  • Anjum Saleemi (Professor)
    Riphah International University, Pakistan.
    Linguistics; philosophy and cognitive science; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; English Grammar; Syntactic Theory; Cognitive Science: Research Methodology; English Morphology and Syntax.
  • Beena Giridharan (Professor)
    Curtin University, Sarawak, Malaysia.
    Education and Applied Linguistics; Ethno-linguistics, English Vocabulary Acquisition, English language & Literature, Transnational Education (TNE).
  • Bomen Ramon Guillermo (Professor)
    University of the Philippines, Philippines.
  • Cornelia Ilie (Professor)
    Strömstad Academy, Sweden.
    Linguistics and Rhetoric ; Pragma-semantics, Institutional discourse analysis, Intercultural rhetoric and argumentation theory, ideology and politeness, persuasive strategies in politics & media, parliamentary discourse practices; academic writing, gender.
  • Dileep Kumar Mohanachandran (Professor)
    Mohammed VI polytechnic University, Morocco.
    Psychology, Sociology, Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Change Management, Strategic Leadership, Strategic Management Competence, Mapping, and Profiling, Organizational Behavior, Consumer Behavior, and Marketing Management, and Research Methodology.
  • Iyabode Omolara Akewo Nwabueze (Professor)
    National Open University of Nigeria, Nigeria.
    English linguistics (syntax, phonetics and phonology, semantics, media studies, gender studies, new media studies).
  • Kashif Hussain (Professor)
    Taylor’s University, Malaysia.
    Hospitality & Tourism Studies; Education, Services Marketing and Quality Management.
  • Liza Lee (Professor)
    Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan.
    Music and music education: Monographic Study of Music Education, Music Therapy, Therapeutic Music, Holistic Music Educational Approach, Music Medicine, Language acquisition and retention, Teacher-training.
  • Mahnaz Moallem (Professor & Department Chair)
    Towson University, USA.
    Education; International Education, Curriculum design, Educational technology, Design/Learning systems Special education, Instructional systems.
  • Maya Khemlani David (Professor)
    Universiti Malaysia (UM), Malaysia.
    Cross-Cultural Communication; Discourse Analysis; English for Specific Purposes; Language Maintenance and Language Shift; Language of the Elderly; Language and Human Rights. Language of the Elderly.
  • Naila Aaijaz (Professor)
    Centennial College, Scarborough, ON, Canada
    Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Applications used in Learning; Business Management; Marketing and Finance, Business law, International Business, Entrepreneurship, eAdvertising, Curriculum Design; and Human Resource.
  • Pedro Miguel Ramos Lima (Professor)
    Católica Porto Business School (Porto); and School of the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Portugal.
    Economic Analysis and Business Strategy; Organisational theory, strategy and entrepreneurship, international relations, dynamics of geopolitics, geostrategic and business management.
  • Pradeep Trikha (Professor)
    Mohanlal Sukhadia University, India.
    English Literature; Australian Literature
  • Raja Suzana (Professor)
    Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK), Malaysia.
    Entrepreneurship and Management, Entrepreneurship, strategic management, social innovation, social entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior, Knowledge Management, Organizational Learning, Change Management, Office Management.
  • Rajendran Nagappan (Adjunct Professor, Datuk Dr.)
    World Bank Consultant / Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia.
    Education; Pedagogy, Teaching and Learning of Higher Order Thinking Skills, Education Policy, Teaching and Learning, Teacher Education, Research Methodology and Education for Sustainable Development.
  • Ramlee Mustapha (Professor)
    University of Malaya, Malaysia
    Technical and Vocational Education, Engineering Education, Technology Education, Industrial Technology and Automation, Chemical Engineering, Educational Administration, TESL.
  • Rosenna Bakari (Professor) Adjunct
    University of Colorado, USA.
    General Psychology, Educational Psychology, Social Psychology, Abnormal Psychology; Marriage and Family Counseling, Childhood sexual abuse, Alcohol addiction, Learning and Cognition, Child Development, Human development, Ethnicity and Gender, Race.
  • Stephen James Hall (Professor)
    Sunway University, Malaysia.
    English Language, Applied Linguistics, TESOL; Cross cultural reflective pedagogy; Digital literacy and language learning; Spoken English TESOL methodology; TESOL/TEFL reflective teacher education; Plurilingualism and ASEAN English language development.
  • Swayam Prabha Satpathy (Professor)
    Siksha O Anusandhan University, India.
    Mass Communication & Journalism; Communicative English; Critical Thinking and Communication; Comprehensive Personality Development; Curriculum Development; Curriculum Design.
  • Vilmante Kumpikaite-Valiuniene (Professor)
    Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania.
    Human Resource Management (HRM), Technology management, intercultural management, migration and expatriation, labor economics and topics connected with demography, some areas connected with Geography.
  • Vuyisile T. Msila (Professor)
    University of South Africa (Unisa), South Africa.
    Qualitative Research, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Education Leadership, Education Policy, Politics of Education.
  • Amir Sadeghi (Associate Professor)
    University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
    Language, TESOL (English Language and Literacy), Multilingual Children.
  • Bahtiar Mohamad (Associate Professor),
    University Utara Malaysia (UUM), Malaysia.
    Corporate communications; Marketing; Business administration, Crisis Communication, Identity, Branding and Reputation.
  • Faraha Nawaz (Associate Professor)
    University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
    Poverty, Gender and Development in South Asia Public Policy Analysis, Public Policy Analysis, Local Governance, Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Civil Society, Social capital and Networking, Organizational Behavior, Good Governance.
  • Gurcharan Singh (Associate Professor)
    Open University Malaysia, Malaysia.
    Educational Management & Leadership; Community Education & Parenting.
  • Irene Wei Kiong TING (Associate Professor)
    University Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia.
    Business Administration (Finance); Behavioral Finance, International Finance, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Financial Economics.
  • Jeffrey B. Kritzer (Associate Professor)
    University of Nebraska at Kearney, USA.
    Special education, Teacher education.
  • Jeneifer C. Nueva (Associate Professor)
    Central Mindanao University, Philippines.
    Discourse Analysis – Genre Analysis; English Language Teaching (TESOL); Genre-based Instruction.
  • Marcus Bion Griffin (Associate Professor)
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; CGI Federal, USA.
    Anthropology; Sociology.
  • Phan Th? H?ng Xuân (Associate Professor)
    Vietnam National University, Vietnam.
    Southeast Asian studies, Urban Studies; Cultural Anthropology; Sociology, Ethnology.
  • Radzuwan Ab. Rashid (Associate Professor)
    Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA), Malaysia.
    Discourse Studies; Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL).
  • Sara Ravan Ramzani (Associate Professor)
    Arden University, Berlin, Germany.
    Economics; Business, Management.
  • Shirin Shafiei Ebrahimi (Associate Professor)
    Nizwa College of Technology, Nizwa, Oman.
    TESL, TESOL, ESP, Speech communication, Academic writing, Technology Use in the Education, General English, IELTS, Speech communication, Linguistics, E-Learning, Skills teaching, Language acquisition and learning, Phonology, Morphology, Psycholinguistics.
  • Yasser Abdullah Al- Tamimi (Associate Professor)
    Alfaisal University, Saudi Arabia.
    Phonetics, Phonology, Pragmatics
  • Zalina Shari (Associate Professor)
    Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia.
    Architecture: building sustainability assessment; sustainability issues; Green building rating tools.
  • Chi Cheng (Roy) Wu (Assistant Professor)
    Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan.
    Education; Special Education, Disability research, Educational Research Methodology, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Curriculum Adaption.
  • Chonticha Kaewanuchit (Assistant Professor)
    Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University, Thailand.
    Public Health; Mental health at workplace, Occupational stress from public health administration, Social Determinants of Health, Global Health, Globalization, and health inequity under public health, Psychosocial occupational health, Health service.
  • Eak Prasad Duwadi (Assistant Professor)
    Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, Nepal.
    Linguistics, English Studies, Philosophy in Education; Rhetoric.
  • Haleh Parsa (Assistant Professor)
    University Malaya, Malaysia.
    Applied Linguistics; Pragmatics, ELT (ESL/ EFL).
  • Jagpreet Kaur (Assistant Professor)
    Punjabi University, India.
    Educational Technology, ICT in Education, Education and Development, Current Issues in Indian Education, Curriculum Development, Pedagogy of Teaching, Teaching of Science, Measurement and Evaluation, Adolescent Psychology, Positive youth development.
  • Jiraporn Chano (Assistant Professor)
    Mahasarakham University, Thailand.
    Education; Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Psychology, Special Education, Educational Administration.
  • Leyla Hajimehdi Tajer (Assistant Professor)
    Help University, Malaysia.
    Religion, Wisdom and Civilization
  • Nahed Ghazzoul (Assistant Professor & Fellow),
    Columbia University, Global Centre Amman, Jordan.
    Linguistics, Applied Linguistics; Second Language Writing, TESOL; E-Learning, Contrastive Linguistics, and Translation.
  • Dessy Rutten (Dr.)
    BNI Bank, Netherlands.
    Economics and strategic management, Business Management, Human Resource Management, International business and strategy planning, banking and international finance, Economic Geography, Entrepreneurship and Innovation studies.
  • Dianne Korare (PHD Candidate)
    Flinders University, Australia.
    Education; Curriculum development, Strategic planning, Marketing; Communication and Professional Writing, Curriculum development, Strategic planning, Human Resource management.
International Advisory Board Members
Emeritus Editors
  • Brij Mohan (Professor Emeritus)
    Louisiana State University, USA.
    Social Work Education; Social Policy; International Social Development; Community Mental Health; Medical & Psychiatric Social Work; Domestic Violence; Social Exclusions & Justice; Social Theory, Comparative Social Development & Pedagogy.
  • Frank Reginal John Banks (Professor Emeritus)
    The Open University, UK.
    Teacher Education; The Professional Development Of Teachers, Particularly Through The Use Of Open And Distance Learning, The Links Between School Science and School Technology.
  • Greg Myers (Professor Emeritus)
    Lancaster University, UK.
    Media language, Scientific Language, Pragmatics, Rhetoric, and Communication.
  • Neelambar Hatti (Professor Emeritus)
    Lund University, Sweden.
    Economic History; Business administration; Economics and Sociology; Rural development, gender issues and international trade.
  • Terri-ann White (Professor Emeritus)
    University of Western Australia, Australia.
    English, Writing; fiction; autobiography; contemporary women's writing; publishing.
  • Victor Terence King (Professor Emeritus)
    University of London, UK.
    Sociology and anthropology of South East Asia; applied anthropology in Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia; Cultural anthropology; Comparative studies of heritage tourism and tourism development in South East Asia.
Advisory Editors
  • Anita Singh (Professor)
    Banaras Hindu University, India.
    English Literature, Gender studies, Performance studies (Theater).
  • Asok Kumar Ghosh (Professor)
    Ramarishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute, India.
    Sports Science; Sports Physiology, Exercise Physiology, Sports Nutrition.
  • Handoyo Puji Widodo (Professor)
    King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia.
    Language curriculum development, Methodology- pedagogy, Language for Specific Purposes (ESP), (EAP) and (EVP), language education (SFL), Educational Literature, Sociolinguistics and discourse studies, Professional development, TESOL.
  • Karuna Shankar Misra (Professor & Former Vice Chancellor)
    University of Allahabad, India.
    Education, Educational Psychology and testing, Human Resource Development.
  • Neil Creek (Professor),
    International School of Moscow, Russia.
    International Educational Leadership (UK & International Baccalaureate), Educational Advisory Economics Specialism.
  • Pal Ahluwalia (Professor)
    The University of the South Pacific, Fiji.
    Politics, African studies, social and cultural theory, in particular, postcolonial theory (Postcolonial Studies) and the processes of diaspora, exile, and migration; Higher education, Curriculum design.
  • Rama Mathew (Professor)
    Delhi University, India.
    English Language Teaching, Language Assessment; Education.
  • Rihab Mohd Osman Khalifa (Professor)
    United Arab Emirates University (UAEU), United Arab Emirates.
    Accounting and Auditing: Accreditation and learning outcomes assessment, Auditing (Financial auditing), Corporate Governance, Discourse, Field Research, Futures studies, Gender-responsive budgeting, University Governance practices.
  • Sandeep Gopalan (Professor)
    Piedmont International University, USA.
    Law, Business and Media.
  • Sudhir Wamanrao Gavhane (Professor)
    Vice-Chancellor, MGM University, India.
    Mass Communication & Journalism; Higher Education, Leadership and Management, ICT Applications.
  • Taher Badinjki (Professor)
    Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, Jordan.
    English Language and Literature; English Short Story, English Novel in the Eighteenth Century, Victorian Novel, Modern Novel, General Translation and Arabicization, American Literature.
  • Ulrike Gretzel (Professor)
    University of Southern California, USA.
    Social media, destination marketing, tourist behavior, technology adoption. | Communication and Journalism; Communicating Sustainability, International Business, International Marketing & Financial Management, Tourism Marketing.
  • Robert Szabó (Mr.)
    Learnship and Global English, Germany.
    Applied Linguistics; systemic functional linguistics, curriculum design, pedagogy, communication, academic English, Business Language, communicative competence, synchronous eLearning, systemic-functional analysis, development of communicative competence.
  • Sharmila Sivalingam (Ms.)
    Dynamic Thought Solutions, Australia.
    Leadership & Success Neuroscience, Communication Psychology, Workplace Excellence, Empowering Brain- Mind Connection, Team Dynamics, Business Management, Strategy & Governance, Performance Management, Change management, Digital Learning.



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