Aim and Scope

Research Aim

AJERNET aims to provide a dynamic platform for researchers, students, and professors with the view of facilitating access to the latest multidisciplinary literature, encouraging research reviews, and promoting the sharing of expertise among academics worldwide.

Review Scope

Our focus is on multidisciplinary empirical research, meta-analyses, and systematic reviews spanning a wide range of social, pure, and applied science disciplines. This includes but is not limited to the following domains:

Agricultural Sciences: Exploring crop science, sustainable agriculture, soil science, agricultural economics, and innovations in agricultural technology.

Anthropology: Exploring human societies, cultures, and their development.

Applied Chemistry: Exploring chemical engineering, industrial chemistry, environmental chemistry, and the development of new materials and chemical processes.

Applied Mathematics: Studying mathematical modeling, statistical applications, computational mathematics, and the application of mathematics in solving real-world problems.

Biological Sciences: Researching molecular biology, genetics, ecology, and evolutionary biology.

Business: Exploring organizational behavior, management strategies, marketing effectiveness, and business ethics.

Climate Change: Researching the impacts of climate change, mitigation and adaptation strategies, and policy responses to climate change.

Communication Studies: Examining human communication processes, media studies, and the impact of communication technologies on society.

Cultural Studies: Analyzing cultural phenomena, practices, and the impact of culture on social dynamics.

Economics: Analyzing economic theories, policy impacts, market behavior, and financial systems.

Education: Investigating educational methodologies, curriculum development, educational psychology, and the impact of educational policies on student outcomes.

English: Examining language acquisition, linguistics, literature, and the teaching of English as a second language.

Guidance and Counseling: Examining counseling techniques, psychological assessment, career counseling, and the impact of guidance services on personal and academic development.

Health Sciences: Exploring public health, medical research, healthcare policies, epidemiology, and clinical studies.

Human Resource Management: Exploring employee relations, talent acquisition, performance management, training and development, and HR ethics.

Kiswahili: Investigating Kiswahili linguistics, literature, cultural studies, and the teaching of Kiswahili as a second language.

Land Use: Examining land use patterns, land management practices, urban planning, and the effects of land use changes on the environment.

Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Investigating logistics optimization, supply chain resilience, inventory management, and global supply chain dynamics.

Peace and Security Studies: Researching conflict resolution, international relations, security policies, and the impact of peacekeeping missions.

Political Science: Investigating political systems, government policies, political behavior, and institutional frameworks.

Procurement: Examining procurement processes, supply chain management, strategic sourcing, and vendor relationship management.

Project Management: Examining project planning, execution, monitoring, and control, as well as methodologies, tools, and best practices for effective project management across various sectors.

Psychology: Investigating cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, social psychology, and mental health interventions.

Public Administration: Exploring governmental policies, public sector management, administrative theory, and the functioning of public institutions.

Religious Studies: Studying the sociocultural impact of religions, comparative religion, theology, and the role of religion in contemporary society.

Research Methods: Evaluating qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, mixed methods, statistical analysis, and research ethics.

Resilience: Studying community resilience, disaster risk reduction, resilience in social-ecological systems, and strategies to enhance resilience against various stressors.

Sociology: Studying the development, structure, and functioning of human society.

Spatial Studies: Investigating geographic information systems (GIS), spatial analysis, spatial planning, and the spatial dimensions of social and environmental processes.

NB: For related disciplines not listed above, the author(s) should contact the journal for information ( or on their propensity to be reviewed and included in this or our other sister journals.