Aims and Scope
Aims and Scope
Multidisciplinary Journal of Instructions is a double-blind refereed academic journal published quarterly. The journal was established with prime objective of disseminating useful information regarding theory and practice in the diverse fields of social sciences that would facilitate effective and efficient decision making in the respective areas. We are committed to publish well-crafted scholarly empirical and theoretical research studies that have a significant impact on the fields of social sciences.
Multidisciplinary Journal of Instructions (MDJI) is a double-blind refereed academic journal with the objective of providing a forum for the dissemination of theory and research in all areas of social sciences including languages, religious studies, sociology, education, communication, media studies, commerce, economics, defence studies, strategic horizons, management, and organizational decisions which would be of interest to academics, practitioners, and policy makers. As the contents are relevant and readable for the international audiences, it has references in Roman script along with English language abstracts and article titles. The journal has a keen focus on publication ethics for which publication malpractice statement is provided by the authors.
The journal primarily considers empirical and theoretical investigations that enhance understanding about academic and practical aspects. The journal publishes several types of articles including empirical studies, experiments, theory development articles, and integrative conceptual reviews conducted with the qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods approaches of research.