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Women, Identities and Culture

 ● FIND AN ARTICLE [http://wic-journal.dcthink.org/index.php/wic-journal/search]           ● Online First Articles [http://wic-journal.dcthink.org/index.php/wic-journal/issue/view/1]          ● All Volumes & Issues [http://wic-journal.dcthink.org/index.php/wic-journal/issue/archive]         ● Editors and Reviewers Recruitment [http://wic-journal.dcthink.org/index.php/wic-journal/announcement/view/2] WOMEN, IDENTITIES AND CULTURE (WIC) is a journal of interdisciplinary academic research on women's studies and gender studies, it also covers a diverse studies of philosophy, psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, education, economy, management, and political science from a feminist perspective. It is designed to encourage interest in all issues and practices pertaining to women from all over the world, with an emphasis on matters of theory and on broad issues arising from the relationship of women's studies to other disciplines. The journal aims to provide a forum for scholarly research dealing with multiple identities and identity transition among women in historical settings and contemporary era. Moreover, emphasis will be placed on how socio-cultural context affects the manifestation of these identities. WOMEN, IDENTITIES AND CULTURE (WIC) seeks original manuscripts that presenting academic work on the wide views of culture. Original articles may use different theoretical and methodological approaches. Empirical and qualitative studies, review articles, methodological articles, brief reports, case studies and letters to the Editor will not be excluded. Both English and French articles are accepted.  ISSN: 2378-3028 (print version) ISSN: 2378-301X (electronic version) PUBLICATION FREQUENCY: Semiyearly in 2015 / Bimonthly from 2016 FOUNDED ON: November 30, 2014 PUBLICATION DATES: May 31, November 30 in 2015; The last day of January, March, May, July, September, November in 2016 PUBLISHER: Developing Country Think Tank Institute

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