Sustainable Development and Empowerment Forum, Kathmandu, Nepal
The editorial board delightfully announces the publication of the opening issue of ‘Social Inquiry: Journal of Social Science Research’. Social Inquiry is a biannual journal published by Sustainable Development and Empowerment Forum, Kathmandu, Nepal. The Editorial Board with its National and International Advisory Boards comprises research scholars, professors and veteran professionals with national and global repute.
Social Inquiry is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed journalism social sciences and humanities publication, offering original and significant, cutting-edge research that uses a variety of methodological approaches to study different aspects of the lifeworld of individuals, social groups and institutions. The journal promotes inquiry into the questions of contemporary society and social entities, and promotes analytic social epistemology at the personal, collective and institutional levels. It welcomes research articles on all aspects of social developments and actual knowledge practices that contribute to the improvement of social science knowledge and to the setting of a policy-focused national, regional and international research agenda.
Social Inquiry is an open access journal hosted by NepJOL, supported by INASP, and articles are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License. The journal is published in both media (print and online) with International Standard Serial Number (ISSN/eISSN). Moreover, each digital article is CrossRef verified and contains a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number. “NepJOL is proud to extend its partnership with the Social Inquiry community,” said Geba Nath Neupane, NepJOL Manager at Tribhuvan University Central Library. “We are impressed with the maiden issue that Social Inquiry has put together, and pleased to help disseminate this brand new journal to its members and a global readership,” he shared with the editors.
The first issue includes an editorial followed by seven research articles, of which 4 are original (empirical) research, 2 discussion papers and 1 call-to-action paper. Please click the link below to read the latest articles and to follow us for further updates.