Lectio Socialis is a renowned academic research journal dedicated to providing a platform for scholars to publish and share their research with a global audience. Published under the leadership of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Emrah Konuralp from Türkiye, the journal maintains a high standard of academic integrity through rigorous peer review conducted by experts in various fields.

Focusing on policy-relevant topics within the social sciences and related disciplines, Lectio Socialis serves as a valuable resource for policymakers, researchers, and students. The journal welcomes both monodisciplinary and interdisciplinary research, encouraging studies that draw on multiple perspectives, theories, and methodologies to address complex issues.

Lectio Socialis publishes diverse articles encompassing textual, philosophical, social-scientific, and cultural studies. Key areas of interest include political economy, state and society relations, ethnic conflicts, policy-making, agenda-setting, multilevel governance, democratization, civil society, social structures and integration, migration, sustainability, ecological issues, science and society, strategic planning, public policy analysis, social policy, and women's and gender studies.

The editorial and advisory board, along with the reviewers, comprise distinguished scholars and experts from various academic institutions worldwide. This diverse team ensures the highest level of academic rigor and integrity in the review process. Notably, all editorial tasks, reviewing, and production work for Lectio Socialis are conducted on a voluntary basis, underscoring the commitment and dedication of the contributors to the advancement of academic knowledge.

Committed to the open-access model, Lectio Socialis makes its content freely available to all, fostering a more extensive and global exchange of knowledge. The journal does not charge authors any fees for submission or publication, removing financial barriers to the dissemination of research.

Starting from Volume 5, each published article in Lectio Socialis is assigned a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) under the sponsorship of TUBITAK ULAKBIM, enhancing the accessibility and citation of the research.

In response to the evolving landscape of academic publishing, Lectio Socialis has transitioned to a digital-only format. The print ISSN (2602-2443) was discontinued in July 2022, and the journal now exclusively uses its e-ISSN (2602-2443) for all digital publications.

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Lectio Socialis is a prestigious, international, and peer-reviewed journal that aims to provide a platform for scholars and researchers to share their work and ideas on policy-relevant topics related to social sciences. The journal welcomes high-quality articles from a wide range of disciplines, including economics, political science, public administration, business administration, international relations, urban planning, sociology, psychology, history, jurisprudence, and philosophy. The primary objective of Lectio Socialis is to maintain a vibrant, independent, and unbiased environment for scholars and researchers from different parts of the world to present their research, exchange ideas, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in their respective fields.

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