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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.

High visibility: Indexed in the Google Scholar and other databases.

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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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: Anthropocentric naturism, mingling with sexism, dualism, colonialism, and other oppressive structures, is one of the obvious themes in the multigenre trilogy of The Broken Earth, written by American author, Nora k. Jemisin. Anthropocentric naturism is the instrumentalization of the earth, natural resources, and other specie [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (293 K)   January 15, 2023    8 Downloads   104 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology840975
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Kim Chul-soo, Zhang wu
Abstract: For a long time, natural light has been accompanied by human growth and has been applied to buildings in various forms. With the development of urbanization, the development of high-rise and large-scale buildings has become an inevitable trend. The significance of biological light for "non-visual effects" is only beginning [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (1595 K)   January 12, 2023    13 Downloads   138 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84959
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Badeni Badeni, Sri Saparahayuningsih, Osa Juarsa
Abstract: This study aims to describe students' perception of online-based learning with remote control software. The research method used is the descriptive method. Research instruments use questionnaires and interviews. The results of the study showed that students' perception of online-based learning with remote control software i [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (203 K)   January 1, 2023    12 Downloads   225 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84957
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Joseph Daniel Markowski Ph.D.
Abstract: This article explores the ways in which Zen master Dōgen’s writings on Zen practice, in dialogue with Friedrich Nietzsche and Gary Snyder, can help assist, as Jason Wirth suggests, the cultivation of a non-anthropocentric moral imagination so as to address and mitigate environmental problems that are directly tied to anthro [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (263 K)   December 11, 2022    14 Downloads   313 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84919
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C. Birungi, W. Ssembajjwe, N Kiwanuka, E. Kinyanda, N. Nakasujja
Abstract: Objectives
To understand the perceptions of Risky Sexual Behavior(RSB) among individuals with Severe Mental illness(SMI) in Uganda.
Hypothesis
Participants who perceive themselves as being at a high risk for RSB have a higher perception to RSB.
Research question
What is the perce [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (209 K)   December 11, 2022    7 Downloads   274 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84947
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Dr. Juventina Ngjela, MSc. Irena Xhaferri, Dr. Natalja Qana, MSc. Jonida Hyka, Suada Hawa, Dr. Edvaldo Begotaraj
Abstract: The study of the family constitutes one of the most important fields of sociology. Everyone in all societies grows up in a family environment and marriage is a very widespread social institution. The structure of the family has changed throughout the world, affecting aspects of behavior, attitudes, beliefs, and relationship [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (223 K)   December 4, 2022    10 Downloads   315 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology33240
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: Worth-reading tragedy of King Lear is one of master dramas of William Shakespeare, attracting readers and the audience for its universal and zeitgeist themes. It still suggests unexplored themes which are revealed in different periods of time. The images of carnival and grotesque have made a sublime tragedy representing int [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (248 K)   December 4, 2022    13 Downloads   196 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84938
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Shahriar Khalili Mobarhan, Nahid Fakhrshafaie, Rahimeh Rouhparvar
Abstract: The present study aims to study unreliable narrators in Julian Barnes's The Sense of an Ending and Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier. As Barnes prompts the reader to read his novel in the light of Ford's novel, a comparison between Barnes's unreliable narrator and Ford's unreliable narrator proves inevitable. This study ex [...] Read more.
Abstract   PDF (293 K)   December 4, 2022    16 Downloads   225 Views   DOI: 10.54647/sociology84937
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