The Ethiopian Journal of Social Sciences and Language Studies (EJSSLS) is an open access peer-reviewed journal (available online and in print version) published twice a year (June and December). The journal accepts research papers from the diverse fields of social sciences and language studies and allied disciplines. The contributions can be made in the form of original research, review articles, book reviews and letters to editor.

Vol 6 No 2 (2019): The Ethiopian Journal of Social Sciences and Language Studies (EJSSLS) Published by Jimma University.

The Ethiopian Journal of Social Sciences and Language Studies (EJSSLS)

Volume 6
Number 2
Year 2019

SSN (Print):2412-5180  (Electronics): 2408-9532
ISBN: 978-99944-70-78-5
A Publication of Jimma University
POBOX:378, Jimma University, Ethiopia
Web Address http://www.ju.edu.et/cssljournal/
Open Access Address: journals.ju.edu.et

Jimma University. A first publication right isgranted to the journal.JimmaUniversitymakes the publications to be made available freely (open access)Published by Jimma University. 

Published: 2019-12-29

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Our mission

The vision of EJSSLS is to publish and disseminate high quality research studies (both online and in print) from various social sciences and language studies and related disciplines, providing free access to research information online without financial, legal or technical barriers.
Journal Policy

Open Access Policy

Publications are freely available immediately after publication.

Vision and mission

The vision of EJSSLS is to become one of the most preferred magazines in Africa with the mission of spreading the quality publication to a wider audience.
Content Policy

Publication policies are subject to protection and strengthening aimed at the integrity and quality of the magazine and its interest in the reader. All articles were prepared based on the importance of the magazine, its innovations and the usefulness of the magazine reader. Decisions about the writings are not affected by the author's origin, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality, race or political beliefs. No other government policy or agency can decide. The decisions made are strictly based on the validity of the articles and their importance for scientific readers.