International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies
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About the Journal: ISSN 0974-3480
The peer-reviewed biannual International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies (IJCCS) is a specialization in anthropology, sociology, psychology, economics, and political science which uses field data from many societies to examine the scope of human behaviour and test hypotheses about human behaviour and culture. Cross-Cultural research refers to empirical studies carried out among members of various cultural groups who have had different experiences that lead to predictable and significance difference in behaviour.
All articles in IJCCS are published in English biannually in Spring and Autumn. Manuscript must be typed in Microsoft word (Times New Roman with 12 font size, 1.5 line spacing, 1” both sides margin and British spelling throughout). No manuscript should ordinarily exceed twenty typed pages including tables, graphs, figures, notes and references. The title, author(s) including affiliation, correspondence and e-mail address, abstract (not exceeding 250 words), and acknowledgements, if any should be clearly specified in the first page of the manuscript. Notes should be circumvented if possible, but while necessary must be put at the bottom of the text (endnotes) followed by a complete list of references used. The contributors should ensure that they are not infringing copyright. Submission of a manuscript implies that it contains unpublished original work and is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
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