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About the Journal
Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal (SBRPOJ) is an open access web domain providing information on the ongoing research and practices in the behavioral and social sciences.
SBRPOJ addresses issues dealing with the dynamic interactive relationship between individuals and the context that social collectives encompass.
The Journal’s main focus is to,
a) promote understanding of the fundamental nature of this relationship through research, as well as to
b) advance the ways such understanding may be used to improve the health and well-being of individuals and society.
The Journal encourages perspectives and use of methodologies within and across diverse disciplines and their sub-disciplines like psychology, sociology, education, anthropology, political science, organizational behavior, history and health sciences.
Aims and Scope
With this journal, Openventio seeks to help shed light on current topics of discourse in the public domain as well as within various social and behavioral sciences by serving as an accessible reference portal to the professionals in these fields.
SBRPOJ covers a wide array of subjects including but not limited to as indicated below
- Behaviors that promote personal well-being
- Sexism, gender roles and relations between sexes
- Social networking
- Crowd behavior
- Sustainable and pro-environment behavior
- Inter group relations
- Multicultural competence in business and clinical practice
- Individual, ethnic, national and global-human identities
- Empathy and interpersonal relations
- Social media behavior and well-being
- Attitudes, stereotypes, and discrimination
- Delinquency and criminality
- Consumption and consumer behavior
- Organizational behavior and leadership
- Pedagogical innovations for the future
- Human-machine interactions
- Culture, ethnicity, and race
- Research methods
- Ethical and responsible conduct of research in multicultural settings
Submissions for this journal are accepted from researchers, practitioners and students of social and behavioral sciences, and the general public wanting to explore related topics of interest.
The target audience of SBRPOJ is international that includes researchers and practicing professionals in health, pedagogy, social work, sociology, anthropology, political science and psychology, as well as local community leaders, manufacturers, business managers, and students from various universities and specialties in different parts of the world.
The journal welcomes different types of articles such as original research, reviews, case-reports, mini-reviews, editorials, brief research reports, book reviews, opinions, commentary, letters to the editor, conference proceedings, technical reports, errata, and illustrations.
We are open to receiving comments and corrections from experts to improve the quality of our journal.