Online Journal of Africa Affairs (OJAA)
Accepting manuscripts for publication in all areas of African studies
The Online Journal of Africa Affairs (OJAA) with ISSN 2346-7479 is currently accepting manuscripts for publication in all areas of African studies with relation to politics, heritage studies and management, archaeology, museology, cultural landscape, traditional knowledge system, theology, musicology, anthropology and ancient history, literature, arts, cultural and social studies, history, economic and security matters, international affairs with linkage to immediate regions, colonization, ethnicity, regionalization, media, religion, races and racial discrimination, LGBT studies (Sexual Diversity and discrimination Studies), education, military, growth and development, health and medical issues peculiar to Africans, issues relating to OAU, Common Wealth, OPEC, ECOWAS, SADC, etc. Generally, OJAA covers all fields of Social Sciences, Law, Education, Arts and Humanities, Agriculture, Biological and Physical Sciences as well as Medicine that relates to Africa and Africans.
One of the aims of OJAA is for us to have centralized information for African countries that will bring about growth and development.
OJAA is an open access, multidisciplinary, blind peer-review, international journal which publish high-quality articles in English. OJAA is a rapid response journal that publishes an issue monthly. One of our objectives is to inform contributors (authors) of the decision on their manuscript(s) within a MONTH of submission. Following acceptance, a paper would be published in the next available issue. OJAA provides immediate open access to published articles without technical barrier.
Publishing with OJAA means that the article will be available to large number of African researchers worldwide because the journal has a large readership base. As an open access, international journal, OJAA support free viewing and downloading of published articles by scholars for use as materials for lectures, seminars, and further research; by government officials for policy making; and by corporate researchers for corporate policies to favour corporate organizations world-wide. Also, OJAA is a member of several local and international organizations? making it possible for the far and wide distribution of published articles. We ask you to support this initiative by publishing your paper(s) in this journal.
Contributors (authors) should send their manuscripts as attach MS Word file version to any of the following emails; firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Instructions for authors and other details are available on the Journal's Web page http://www.onlineresearchjournals.org/OJAA
For previously published volumes, visit the archive of the journal through http://www.onlineresearchjournals.org/OJAA/archive.htm
Best regards, Patrick Uch Editorial Assistant Online Journal of African Affairs
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Website: http://www.onlineresearchjournals.org/OJAA ISSN 2346-7479
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