Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences is an international, transdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal, which serves as a platform for addressing and discussing theoretical and practical issues and solutions in humanities and social sciences. Subject areas include, but not limited to, Arts and Humanities, Business and Management, Education, and Social and Behavioural Sciences.
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences is published by the EScience Press.
STEPS publishes 4 issues of rigorous and original contributions, including Original Studies, Reviews, Rapid Communications, and Letter to the Editor. Contributions could be submitted in the Arabic or English language (American or British, but not a mixture of these). The submitted contributions must help to enhance the current understanding of the addressed problem.
The contribution must be unpublished before and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
STEPS maintains a standard single-blind peer-review process. The single-blind process means that the reviewer's identity is not known to the authors.
STEPS is published by Golden STEPS Ltd as an Open Access journal; therefore, it does not charge readers to access and download the published articles.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 2 (2022)
The Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Spiritual Wellbeing Scale of a Sample of Students from Iraq and Algeria
Aiche Sabah and Omar Khalaf Rashid Al-Shujairi
Classification of groundwater in the eastern Nineveh Plain
Ahmed Hussein Hussein
The effect of special exercises according to different training in the development of some types of strength and its relationship to the level of skill performance in the grip of snatching from above the chest in Roman wrestling Baghdad youth clubs
Mohammed Abdulkareem Mahmood
Drama in Contemporary Architecture
Rabee Jameel Al-Shammari, Abbas Ali Hamza, and Sabeeh Lafta Farhan
Sayings of Engagement and Marrige in Narratives of Mothers of The Believers, may Allah Please them- A Rhetorical Study
Muhammad Saeed Hussain Al-Jubouri and Saja Hikmat Hassan Al-Douri
The effectiveness of the human approach in developing appreciation for scientists and thinkers
Tariq Hashim Khamees and Sarab Mahmood Kareem
Type and Collective Memory in the Products of Architecture Students
Eman Abbas Hammadi, Ibrahim Jawad Kadhim Al-Yousif, and Abdullah Saadoon Salman
Bakhtin's Dialogism: A Study of R.J. Palacio's Wonder
Awfa Hussein Al-Doory, Shaima’ Abdullah Jasim, and Fatma Dhafir Madhi
The effectiveness of a proposed strategy according to the theory of successful intelligence in developing analytical thinking among fifth-grade literary students in the subject of the father parentheses
Nidhal Muzahim Al-Azawi
The effect of future problem-solving strategy on developing enlightened thinking among fifth-grade literary students
Tariq Hashem Khamis and Mohamed Owaid Hussein