Annals of Psychology (the continuation of Annals of Philosophy no 4, Psychology), published quarterly, is an academic psychological journal. It aims to present up-to-date, original empirical results and influential theoretical contributions in various areas of psychology, and to promote new and creative ideas about research and psychological methods. The Journal accepts contributions of three kinds: 1) original articles, on both empirical and conceptual character, 2) short communications, and 3) polemics, which consists of a focus article followed by peer commentaries and a response by the author of the focus article. Annals of Psychology guarantees rigorous peer review process. The Journal is addressed to academics, practitioners in different areas of applied psychology and to representatives of related sciences with an interest in important new psychological ideas and findings.
The Journal is published quarterly (four issues a year) in English.
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Kościół i Prawo is a semi-annual journal published by the Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin in cooperation with the Learned Society of the Catholic University of Lublin. The aim of this journal is to publish scholarly articles concerning canon law and relations between State and Church. The journal gives special attention to Polish particular law. Besides academic articles, the journal also includes book reviews and reports of conferences. (more)
Roczniki Filozoficzne (The Annals of Philosophy) is the major journal of the Faculty of Philosophy at The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. It is one of the oldest philosophical journals in Poland (since 1948). It is published four times per year in both the online and traditional ways. The journal aims to publish the best original research papers in philosophy, as well as translations, reviews, accounts and polemics.
Roczniki Humanistyczne ('Annals of Arts') is an academic journal of the humanities published by the Learned Society of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and the Faculty of Humanities of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. It has appeared without interruption since 1949.
Roczniki Humanistyczne is a platform of exchange of ideas between scholars from Poland, East-Central and Eastern Europe, and other parts of the world in five areas of the humanities: literary studies, linguistics, history, art history, and musicology, as well as across these disciplines.
Roczniki Humanistyczne publishes research articles, review articles, reviews, and short communications. Contributions are accepted in Polish, English, German, Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Ukrainian, Belarussian, and Russian. The language of contribution may vary depending on fascicle. (more)
Annals of Cultural Studies were created in 2010. They are related to the Institute of Cultural Studies at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and enter into the issue of all aspects of culture, with particular emphasis on the arts and religion, in order to make a modest contribution to the understanding of man and his cultural activities. The Annals are characterized by a distinct philosophical foundation and a multidisciplinary approach.
Roczniki Nauk Prawnych (Annals of Juridical Sciences) publishes only original works presenting important issues in the field of law, its interpretation and application, including the creation of new legal solutions. These studies can have the form of: papers, polemical articles and glosses (commentaries on the decisions of domestic and foreign courts). In addition, the Annals publishes reports on vital international and national scientific conferences and reviews of the latest scientific monographs. Each material published by the Annals is subject to scholarly review. The language of publication is Polish and English.
Annals of Social Sciences [Roczniki Nauk Społecznych] is an open access academic journal directed to both Polish and international scholars. The journal is devoted to three fields of study: security studies, journalism and social communication, sociology and it publishes articles, research reports, reviews, and polemics.
Roczniki Nauk Społecznych is indexed in following databases: EBSCO, ERIH +, Index Copernicus, CEEOL, CEJSH, MOST Wiedzy, Institutional Repository of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. MEiN points: 100.
ICI Journals Master List, ICV 2021= 100 (ICV 2020 = 90.38).
Annals of Pedagogies is an academic pedagogical journal. Its aim is to present up-to-date, original empirical and influential theoretical contributions in various areas of educational sciences, and to promote new and creative ideas about research and educational methods. (more)
Roczniki Teologiczne / Annals of Theology is a scholarly journal, whose origins go back to 1949. Now it is published by the Learned Society of the Catholic University of Lublin and The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. Its history goes back to the communist time when the Catholic University of Lublin was the only academic centre behind the Iron Curtain not subjected to state control. Then the Journal was a window on theology in the world. Nowadays, it aims to address the current debates within theology, the Church, and society, culture and knowledge of the world. The range of topics spans dogmatics, theological anthropology, Christian morality/ethics and socio-cultural teaching of the Church. Embedded in the long tradition of the Catholic thought in Poland, the Journal is open to new ways of being involved in theology worldwide, especially in comparative theology, aiming at international readership.
Journal Studia Polonijne is a yearbook published since 1976 by Institute for the Study of Polish Community and Its Ministry at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and The Learned Society of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. It focused on interdisciplinary approach to Polish migration and Poles living abroad, called 'Polonia'. (more)