About the Journal

Journal of Advanced Sociology (JAS) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles and reviews in the field of sociology. The journal is hosted by CARI Journals, a global platform for scholarly publishing under I ISSN: 2791-2507 (Online) and DOI: 10.47941/jas. The aim and scope of JAS is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and findings on various aspects of social phenomena, such as culture, religion, gender, ethnicity, class, education, politics, media, health, and environment. The journal welcomes contributions from different theoretical and methodological perspectives, as well as from different regions and contexts. JAS is an open access journal, which means that all articles are freely available online without any charge to the authors or the readers. Open access also ensures high visibility and promotion of the articles through various databases and platforms. The authors retain the copyrights of their articles and can share them with other researchers and practitioners. JAS is indexed in several databases, such as Google Scholar, EBSCOhost, Slicit, Crossref and others. The journal publishes articles on a monthly basis and provides certificates for publication to the authors. Upon publication, the authors will receive a link to their article online and a pdf copy of the article via email. The authors who wish to have a hardcopy print of the issue that contains their article can order it from CARI Journals and pay for it on demand. Publishing in JAS has many benefits for the authors, such as enhancing their academic reputation, increasing their citation impact, reaching a wider audience, and contributing to the advancement of sociology as a discipline.