The author(s) warrant that the manuscript submitted is his/her/their own original research.
All participated authors in this work take public responsibility and have approved that the manuscript has not been sent any other journal for publication.
Review process cannot begin in case of failure or missing any of the requirements mentioned in this journal.
The submitter must provide and maintain all requirements during the evaluation process.
It should be made sure that other individuals shown as co-authors have contributed to the research. It is contrary to the scientific ethics to add some, who are not academic contributors to the article, as co-authors or to put in order co-authors with non-academic criteria such as title, age, and gender regardless of the order of contribution.
It is assumed that authors who submit articles to the journal read and accept the publishing and writing principles of the journal and the writers are deemed to have committed themselves to these principles.
Citations and bibliography should be complete and realistic.
The author commits all conditions by sending the manuscript.
All matter included in the manuscript does not violate any existing copyright rules and any intellectual property rights of any person or entity.
The manuscript meets ethical standards applicable to the research discipline.
All peer review publications will be refereed in the double-blind review process by at least two reviewers.
Authors and editors should take into account the criteria of Scientific Research and Publication Ethics Directive specified by the Higher Education Council and Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
During the review process, we use iThenticate plagiarism software.
About plagiarism, we act based on flow charts and workflows determined in COPE.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content, on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
The Journal of Social Science is an open accessed academic double-blind peer-reviewed journal which is published two times a year. The issues are published in February and September.
The Journal of Social Science accepts not only all studies in the areas of management sciences but also studies in different disciplines related to management.
The papers sent to the journal must be original, which were not published or sent for publishing elsewhere.
It is assumed that the papers sent to the journal were subjected to a final control and are ready to be published. Therefore, those papers which suffer from grammatical errors are not evaluated.
The papers which were subjected to preliminary/formal examination by the editors are sent to the Editorial Board for evaluation. The papers examined by the Editorial Board are sent to min. 2 anonymous referees; Completed or corrected papers can again be sent to the referee by Editorial Board.
“Form of ethical liability declaration” must be filled by the author(s) of accepted papers and sent to the editors.
Manuscripts that are not original, are not copyrighted and are considered to be in violation of various ethical principles are not subject to referee evaluation process and are rejected.
Original articles which are sent to The Journal of Social Science to be published are peer-reviewed by two referees after being reviewed by the editorial board, and as reviewers accept articles, they are published. If one of the referees rejects the article, it is sent to the third referee. It is decided to publish the article, request some corrections or to not publish the article based on the reports of these referees. The author is informed on the decision in the shortest time and through e-mail.
This journal provides immediate open-access on the principle that making it constant.
All legal responsibility of the articles belongs to The Journal of Social Science.
All responsibility related to the contents of the articles in this journal belongs to the authors.
The journal uses ithenticate plagiarism program. Whether articles have plagiarism or not is evaluated by referees, if detected, the peer-review process is suspended.