Journal of Philosophy, Culture and Religion

The journal is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal.

The scope of the journal includes, but not limited to, philosophy issues, knowledge, values, reason, mind, cultural studies, arts, fashions, public perceptions, religions, population, religion dynamics under the globalization and industrialization background, development and sustainability, etc.

The journal also covers interdisciplinary research across the topics on culture, religions, society, economics and development.

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The DOI of the journal is:  https://doi.org/10.7176/JPCR

 


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The journal is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal. The journal follows a monthly publishing schedule and welcomes original research articles, reviews and reports.

The jouranl template can be download here.

Manuscripts for publication must be submitted to JPCR@iiste.org in MS WORD format with a clear declaration indicating that,

  1. the submission is original,
  2. the submission is not being considered elsewhere,
  3. there is no conflict of interests and,
  4. the authors agree to grant the first editing / publishing rights to the journal upon acceptance.
 
Posted: 2015-01-07
 
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Vol 55 (2022)

Table of Contents

Articles

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Psychosocial Factors as Predictors of Couples’ Intention to Divorce: The Case of Dilla Town, SNNPRS PDF
Tademe Zula Biramo 1-7
Individual Autonomy and Development in Contemporary Africa PDF
Falana Kehinde, Ajimatanrareje Adedamola 8-11
Contributions of Cooperatives and Encountering Challenges in Ethiopia PDF
Desalegn Fekadu Etefa 12-23
TRANSFORMATION OF THE ABANGAN GROUP TOWARDS RADICAL STUDENTS (Study of the Dynamics of Islamic Radicalism in abangan society in Solo, Central Java) PDF
Yudi Setianto, Sholih Mu'adi, Muhammad Lukman Hakim, Ali Maksum, Muhamad Chairul Basrun Umanailo 24-32
Ho Chi Minh's Thought of Loyalty to the Country, Filial Piety to the People of Cadres and Party Members PDF
Nguyen Thai Son, Bui Thi Can, Luong Thi Hoai Thanh 33-36
Intra-Sectarian Tensions in the Muslim Community in Nandom in the Upper West Region of Ghana: Dynamics and Actors PDF
Chrispin Mwinkyogtaa Kuupiel, Linus D. Nangwele 37-48


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