ASSHJ is an online international open access publication journal with a policy of an anonymous peer-reviewing process. As a double-blind academic journal, it focuses on social sciences and humanities issues and topics to benefit developed and developing countries.

ASSHJ is a quarterly journal (four times a year). Our audience is scientists, practitioners, researchers, policymakers, government agents, NGOs, professionals, academia, and many more.

Manuscripts for publication include original and unpublished research papers in the form of conceptual articles, theoretical and experiential, review articles, case reports, and empirical research papers. All the submitted manuscripts should not be under consideration or reviewed for publication in any journal anywhere. 

Mission
To reinvigorate academic integrity and research quality.
To bridge research knowledge, ideas, and innovation gap through academic publications.
To expand the network of the national and international research community through publications.
To provide an established platform for scholarly collaborations in a global research community.
To provide the platform for research and knowledge sharing between academic researchers, consultants, and practitioners.

Vision
To become a household name and well-known scientific journal for social science and humanities research.

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Published: 2024-01-22







The extent of self-reported impact of COVID19 on daily academic activities and incomes among university students in Kumasi, Ghana

Emmanuel Keku, Sandra Asabea, Vincent Adu, Amanda Serwaa Akuoko Kodua, Elaine Patterson, Eunice Eduful Adu-Gyamfi, Patricia Adade, Paul Aninakwa

129-136


Real sector performance amid financial globalization: The Nigeria growth prospects

Ogonna Winnie Arazu, Ikechukwu Andrew Mobosi, Ifeoma Christy Mba

137-148


Sustaining development in Nigeria through liberal democracy

Bruno Onyinye Umunakwe, Miraculous Tochukwu Nzeagwu, Declan Aguzie, Bright Chimezie Akaire

149-160


Maternal mortality and economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa

Christian Ikechukwu Nnadi, Janefrances Onu, Christopher Emmanuel Nwankwo, Ifeoma Uzoamaka Nwankwo

161-169


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Journal Identifiers


eISSN: 2709-1317
print ISSN: 2709-1309