ARCHIVES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH


April 2022

Fundamentalism, Terrorism and Democracy: The 2003 Iraq War and the Extremism of Ideologies


Ancietos Mwansa

  |  Article Number: 62668F4C86692

Abstract


November 2021

Politics of Arab Aid and the African Economic Predicament in the Post-Yom Kippur War Arab Oil Boycott of 1973


Nwankwo Tony Nwaezeigwe

  |  Article Number: 61A104DF4362C

Abstract


July 2021

Paradox of Intellectual Bootlegging in Paradox of Dawn for Islam in Eastern Nigeria: A Review


Nwankwo Tony Nwaezeigwe

  |  Article Number: 60F821987E65B

Abstract


March 2021

Black Africa and the Nasser-Gaddafi Neo-Colonial Phenomenon: A Historical Analysis of the Dynamics of Black Africa-Arab Relations


Nwankwo T. Nwaezeigwe

  |  Article Number: 604F45147C6AA

Abstract


December 2020

Patron-Client Relationship and the Challenges of Democracy in Nigeria


BALOGUN, Osebi Sophia

  |  Article Number: 5FD758E6BF4C6

Abstract


Archives of Political Science Research (APSR) is an open access peer review journal. The journal publishes Review Articles, Original Research Articles, Short Communications and Mini Reviews in all fields of Political Science. APSR also considers commentaries and letters to the editor. The journal seeks to publish high quality research papers that are innovative and add value to current trends or knowledge in the subject. Articles submitted to the journal are expected be the author(s) original work and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. 


Articles published in APSR cover all areas of political science including but not limited to:


  • Comparative Politics
  • Global Political Economy, Strategy and Environment
  • International Relations
  • Political History and Culture, 
  • Political Methodology
  • Political Theory
  • Public Administration
  • Public Law
  • Public Policy


Archives of Political Science Research (APSR) publishes monthly and one volume per year. All articles are published in English.


APSR being an open access journal adopts the standard open access business model where authors pay the Article Handling Fees (AHF) for their publications. The Article Handling Fees is paid upon acceptance of the manuscript for publication by the journal editor. Please see Article Handling Fees for more details.


For manuscript submission and general inquiries kindly contact the editorial office via [email protected]. Authors are advised to read the Instructions for Authors before making their submissions.

Editors

Prof. Suresh R.
V K Krishna Menon Study Centre for International Relations
Department of Political Science
University of Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram,
India.

Dr. Ghazali Bello Abubakar
Department of Political Science
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Sokoto State University
Nigeria.

Dr. Ezeibe Christian Chukwuebuka
Department of Political Science
University of Nigeria 
Nsukka,
Nigeria.

Prof. Gani Yoroms
Political Science and Strategic Studies Department
National Defence College
Nigeria.

Editorial Board Members

Dr. Zaki Abu Zyeada
Al-istiqlal  University
Palestine.

Dr. Maria Kottari
University of Amsterdam (UvA)
Amsterdam, 
The Netherlands.

Dr. Anju Lis Kurian
School of International Relations
MG University,
Kottayam,
India.

Dr. Alouis Chilunjika
Department of Politics and Public Management
Midlands State University
Zvishavane,
Zimbabwe.

Assoc. Prof. Wael Omran Ali El Awagi
Department of Business Administration
New Cairo Academy
Egypt.

Dr. Jude E. Ebiziem
Department of Political Science
Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, 
Owerri, 
Nigeria.





INTRODUCTION

Archives of Political Science Research (APSR) is an open access peer-reviewed journal. The journal seeks to publish high quality research papers that are innovative and add value to current trends or knowledge in the subject.


SCOPE

Manuscripts submitted to the journal must be within its scope and coverage. This includes:

Comparative Politics, Global Political Economy, Strategy and Environment, International Relations, Political History and Culture, Political Methodology, Political Theory, Public Administration, Public Law, Public Policy.


IMPORTANT CHECKLIST

Style: Manuscripts should be prepared using the general style: Font – Arial, Font size – 12, Paragraph Spacing – 1.5 and Page alignment – Justify. 

Document format: The journal accepts only submission is Microsoft Word format. Tables and Figures should be included within the manuscript except otherwise.

Language: Manuscripts submitted to the journal must be written in English (either American or British). Authors whose native language is not English are strongly advised to have their manuscript checked by a language editing service or by an English mother-tongue colleague(s) before submission. Manuscript should be checked for grammar and spelling errors.

Citations: All references mentioned in the text must be listed in the reference section and vice versa. Also tables and figures (or other additional materials) used must be provided and cited within the text.

Originality: Authors are fully responsible for the accuracy of the material in the manuscript. It must be noted that all submissions are author(s) original work and where necessary due approval have been received for materials with copyrights. Also the manuscripts submitted have not been previously published or under consideration in another journal. 


MANUSCRIPT TYPES

Original Research Articles: Such submissions are divided into an abstract, introduction, materials and methods, results and discussions, conclusions and references. They should describe new and carefully confirmed findings. The research methods should be given in sufficient detail for verification and easy reproduction by other researchers.

Short Communications: Such submissions are articles with a simple layout containing limited data. These article types are suitable for recording the results of complete small investigations or summary of new models, innovative methods or techniques. Short communications are within 5 to 9 manuscript pages in length and may also carry same headings as Research Papers.

Review Articles: A summary and discussion of the relevant literature. No particular format is required for these submissions. However, they should be concise, informative and must cover topics of current trends or importance.

Mini Reviews: These submissions are brief versions of the Review Articles. Mini Reviews are within 4 to 8 manuscript pages in length.


ARTICLE STRUCTURE

Manuscripts submitted should be properly structured with clearly defined sections. These include:

Title: Should be brief and informative. 

Author(s) list and affiliation: The names of authors should be provided correctly (first-name, middle-name and surname). Affiliation should include departments, institution, country, emails and phone numbers.

Corresponding author: The corresponding author should be clearly indicated. He/she is responsible for all communications with the editorial office during and after the publication process.

Abstract: The abstract should briefly contain the purpose of the study, the main results and conclusions. The abstract should not be more than 250 words with 5 to 10 keywords following immediately.

Introduction: A brief introduction giving an adequate background of the study, statement of problem, the aim and objectives.

Materials and method: The section should provide sufficient information for other researchers to reproduce. Also methods used from previous publications should be duly referenced.

Results and discussion: Results and discussion can be combined into a single section or treated separately. The section should have enough details for readers to fully understand the data reported in figures and tables and also explore the significance of the results of the work. 

Tables and Figures: Tables and Figures should be numbered consecutively with accompanied title and legend respectively. Tables should be sent as editable text and not images. Figures types should include JPEG, TIFF and Microsoft Word files. Where necessary, footnotes can also be pasted under tables with proper description of abbreviations or other additional information.

Conclusion(s): Conclusions based on the finding. However, it may not be necessary if it can be included in the discussion section.

Acknowledgements: In this section contributions from those who played a part in the preparation of the research but do not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed. Sources of funds, grants etc can also be mentioned.

Conflict of interest statement: A statement declaring conflict of interest should be included.

References: References cited in the text, tables and figures should be listed in this section. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references. References cited as “in press” are assumed to be accepted. Unnecessary self citations should be avoided. DOIs should be included if available.


Examples 

Aina, O. & Ajilor, T. (2014). Gender, Technology and the African Socio-economic Transformation, Ife Social Sciences Review, Supplement 2014, 23(1): 79-91. 

Duerst-Lahti, G. & Kelly, R. M. (1996). Gender, Power, Leadership and Governance. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, https://doi.org/10.3998/mpub.10371. 


SUBMISSION

Authors should send an email to [email protected] with the following attachments:

1. Cover letter: Confirming the ownership and originality of the manuscript, consent of all listed authors to publish in the journal and that the manuscript is not being considered in another journal.

2. Manuscript: In Microsoft Word format according to journal format.  Tables and Figures should be included within the manuscript except otherwise.

3. Supplementary materials (if any): Depending on the nature of submission.  


ARTICLE HANDLING FEES

By submitting your manuscript to the journal you are agreeing to pay the Article Handling Fee (AHF) when the paper is accepted for publication. Please see Article Handling Fees for more details.


CONTACT EDITORIAL OFFICE

For more information or inquiries kindly send a mail to [email protected] and [email protected]

APSR Articles


April 2022

Fundamentalism, Terrorism and Democracy: The 2003 Iraq War and the Extremism of Ideologies

This paper discusses fundamentalism as a root cause of terrorism and seeks to establish whether the export o...

Ancietos Mwansa

  |  Article Number: 62668F4C86692

Abstract


November 2021

Politics of Arab Aid and the African Economic Predicament in the Post-Yom Kippur War Arab Oil Boycott of 1973

After the 1967 six-day war Arab diplomacy of African involvement in the Middle East...

Nwankwo Tony Nwaezeigwe

  |  Article Number: 61A104DF4362C

Abstract


July 2021

Paradox of Intellectual Bootlegging in Paradox of Dawn for Islam in Eastern Nigeria: A Review

The Igbo of Southeast Nigeria are mainly Christians by contemporary religious definition. Islam never penetrated Igboland in p...

Nwankwo Tony Nwaezeigwe

  |  Article Number: 60F821987E65B

Abstract


March 2021

Black Africa and the Nasser-Gaddafi Neo-Colonial Phenomenon: A Historical Analysis of the Dynamics of Black Africa-Arab Relations

There is no doub...

Nwankwo T. Nwaezeigwe

  |  Article Number: 604F45147C6AA

Abstract


December 2020

Patron-Client Relationship and the Challenges of Democracy in Nigeria

In every society, there are forms of association that exists among its people one of which, is the relationship between patron...

BALOGUN, Osebi Sophia

  |  Article Number: 5FD758E6BF4C6

Abstract





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