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SCIREA Journal of Sociology — Open Access Journal

SCIREA Journal of Sociology is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

Open Access free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.

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Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 5 days.

Recognition of reviewers: reviewers who provide timely, thorough peer-review reports receive vouchers entitling them to a discount on the APC of their next publication in any SCIREA journal, in appreciation of the work done.

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Zaur Imrani Tahir, Shakar Mammadova Idayat, Ulker Babayeva Allahyar
Abstract: The intensive use of natural resources in modern times has led to several eco-geographical problems, the solution of which is possible through the interaction of science and technology. Because the constant growth of the population leads to an increase in socio-economic needs. At the same time, the use of nature becomes mor [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (543 K)   November 23, 2021    9 Downloads   134 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84699
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Guo Zhijing
Abstract: Ecological wisdom is an expression in the context of the era of ecological civilization. Based on respecting the existing local ecological wisdom, the construction of ecological civilization should solve the changing needs of traditional villages' ecological, social and economic development. The grape village is a relativel [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (978 K)   November 1, 2021    8 Downloads   153 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84677
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Mario Alonso Bermúdez Restrepo
Abstract: The environmental context at the end of the Pleistocene has been the focus of anthropological research on the population movement that resulted in settlement of the American continent. We present an analysis of environmental conditions that could have affected the movement of humans and the subsequent population expansion [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (472 K)   October 28, 2021    15 Downloads   175 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84636
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FuLi Meng, Yu Wang
Abstract: With the increasing scarcity of potable freshwater resources around the world, the protection and utilization of water resources in the current ecological civilization society should be more scientific and accurate. It has become the focus of academic research to excavate the wisdom of water use in the daily production and [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (578 K)   September 28, 2021    12 Downloads   185 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84660
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YULIA POLIAKOVA (DEVONISSKAYA - PISTOLYAKA)
Abstract: Legal history researchers are offered the translation of the set of 10 original Old Russian texts from the s. XVIII, entitled SUPREME EDICTS OF EMPRESS EKATERINA II ON THE EXISTING CATHOLIC CHURCHES IN RUSSIA, Regulatory Acts of the Orthodox State regarding the permits granted to the Catholic Church, with comments from the [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (744 K)   August 29, 2021    12 Downloads   280 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84655
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Abdul Samat Musa
Abstract: Constitutional law (al-fiqh al-dusturi) is one of the important aspects of shariah. However, it has not been given due elaboration by Muslim jurists and modern scholars, unlike other branches of Islamic law. Its potentials have not been fully explored and developed for the practical purposes in a modern system of government [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (249 K)   August 12, 2021    20 Downloads   265 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84578
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Arkanudin, Mashudi, E. Sutandar
Abstract: This study aims to describe the knowledge system of the Ribun Dayak tribe about their forest in West Kalimantan. The knowledge system of the Dayak Ribun community consists of knowledge of the community, knowledge of sources of livelihood, and knowledge of belief/religion. The research subjects were the Dayak Ribun tribe in [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (243 K)   August 12, 2021    18 Downloads   238 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84620
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Mateusz Żmudziński
Abstract: Some remarks on the depopulation of Dacia during the reign of Trajan and the reliability of written sources.
At the end of the fourth century C.E. Eutropius wrote that during the Dacian wars, under the reign of Trajan, Dacia had been completely depopulated. The article confronts his opinion with archaeological sources. [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (192 K)   July 28, 2021    16 Downloads   273 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84608