About the Journal

The Journal of Social, Cultural, and Religious Studies (JSCRS) is a multidisciplinary platform dedicated to advancing scholarly understanding and dialogue in the intersecting realms of social, cultural, and religious studies. JSCRS welcomes original research articles, theoretical perspectives, reviews, and critical inquiries that explore diverse aspects of society, culture, and religious practices across the globe.

JSCRS welcomes scholarly contributions that traverse diverse methodologies, theoretical frameworks, and empirical studies, thereby nurturing a space where innovative ideas and groundbreaking research converge. With a steadfast dedication to excellence, JSCRS rigorously evaluates submissions, ensuring academic rigor, originality, and scholarly significance. Through a meticulous peer-review process, the journal upholds its commitment to intellectual integrity, enriching scholarly conversations and advancing the frontiers of social, cultural, and religious studies.

Key Focus Areas Include, but are not limited to:

  1. Social Dynamics: Examining societal structures, social movements, identity formation, social stratification, power dynamics, and social justice issues within various communities and societies.

  2. Cultural Studies: Exploring cultural phenomena, practices, expressions, and their implications on societies, intercultural interactions, globalization, media, arts, and literature.

  3. Religious Inquiry: Investigating religious beliefs, rituals, ethics, spirituality, religious pluralism, and the role of religion in shaping individual and collective identities, social behaviors, and cultural practices.

  4. Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Encouraging interdisciplinary approaches that merge social, cultural, and religious studies with fields such as anthropology, sociology, psychology, history, philosophy, and theology.

  5. Contemporary Debates: Addressing contemporary issues, challenges, and debates concerning social, cultural, and religious dynamics, including but not limited to gender, migration, technology, environment, and politics.