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The American Journal of Social Development and Entrepreneurship (AJSDE) is an international, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal that publishes articles emphasizing research, development, and application within the broad coverage, including a wide range of topics such as social cognition, peer relationships, social interaction, and attachment formation. The AJSDE endeavors to provide a global platform for the dynamic exchange of ideas and findings from research of various disciplines, including social and community development, social business and entrepreneurial activities, and all other development projects highlighting social development. It is essential reading for developmental psychologists, social psychologists, and all those concerned with teaching or research in the field of social development and entrepreneurship. The AJSDE reviews papers within approximately one month of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.

The American Journal of Arts and Human Science (AJAHS) is an international, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal that publishes articles in the fields of arts and human sciences. The AJAHS endeavors to provide a global platform for the dynamic exchange of ideas and findings from research of various disciplines, including arts and humanities, race and religions, language and linguistics, philosophy and psychology and etc. The AJAHS reviews papers within approximately one month of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.

The American Journal of Youth and Women Empowerment (AJYWE) is an international, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal that publishes articles on the fields of youth and women empowerment. The AJYWE provides a common platform where all aspects of youth and women are presented. The AJYWE endeavors to provide a global platform for the dynamic exchange of ideas and findings from research of various disciplines, inducing youth and their development and women empowerment. The AJYWE reviews papers within approximately one month of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.

The American Journal of Society and Law (AJSL) is a blind peer-reviewed and open access international publication platform to develop academic and research collaboration. It offers an interdisciplinary approach. It is committed to achieving a broad international appeal, attracting contributions and addressing issues from a range of legal cultures, as well as theoretical concerns of cross- cultural interest. It has a widely respected Book Review section and is cited all over the world. Challenging, authoritative and topical, the journal appeals to legal researchers and practitioners as well as sociologists, criminologists and other social scientists.

The American Journal of Applied Statistics and Economics (AJASE) is a blind peer-reviewed and open access international journal which publishes articles in all areas of Statistics and Economics. AJASE is a publication platform provides a forum for communication between both applied statisticians and economists of applied methods and techniques across a wide range of disciplines. These areas include economics, business, computing, economics, ecology, education, management, medicine, forecasting, simulation & graphics, operational research and sociology, but papers from other areas are also considered.

The American Journal of Education and Technology (AJET) is a blind peer-reviewed international journal that aims to publish original research articles, case study, and review papers. AJET is an interdisciplinary forum for researchers that address the intersection of education and technologies. It aims to provide implications and scopes to develop and enhance technological education as well as uses of technology in education at all levels across the globe.
AJET maintains the quality of its publications by using a blind review process. It rejects the manuscripts that fail to identify transferrable and generalizable knowledge, that do not explicitly as well as clearly indicate the quality of study for a professional audience and do not fall under the areas of publication.

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