Research in Social Sciences and Technology

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Vol 9 No 2 (2024)
Published May 7, 2024
Research in Social Sciences and Technology (Vol.9 issue 2, In Progress)
Research in Social Sciences and Technology (RESSAT) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scholarly online journal in the social sciences, technology, and their impact on education.   


Zetriuslita Zetriuslita, Sitti Fithriani Saleh, Baharullah Baharullah, Laelasari Laelasari
An Analysis of Students’ Mathematical Curiosity in Online Learning Viewed from Academic Level and Gender
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Adam Ndou
The Difference in Parental Financial Socialisation Across Parental Education Level
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Nduduzo Brian Gcabashe
Adopting Learner-Centred Pedagogy to Develop Business Studies Learners' Problem-Solving and Creative Thinking Skills in Selected Schools in South Africa
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Adewuyi Omoponle Habeeb, Adesegun Olayide Odutayo
A Quantitative Study Examining the Relationship Between Parental Socioeconomic Status, Body Image, Peer Influence, and Self-esteem Among Adolescents
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Agendri Naidoo, Jamila Khatoon Adam, Francis Akpa-Inyang
Exploring Service Accessibility and Quality for Differently-Abled Students: A Qualitative Analysis at a South African University of Technology
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Wid Hussain Daghustani, Alison MacKenzie
Bahraini Teachers’ Perceptions on the Challenges of Remote Teaching for Autistic Children
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Nyiko Amos Sibuyi, Mapule Yvonne Segooa, Habasisa Vincent Molise, Ngwako Solomon Modiba, Thinavhudzulo Mafumo
Investigation into the Challenges Experienced by School Management Teams (SMTs) Post-Pandemic in Rural High Schools in the Mopani-West Education District
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Nowell Chidakwa
The 4Rs Framework: Creating A Synergy to Support the Implementation of English Education for Sustainable Development in Rwanda
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Sakhiseni Joseph Yende
Funding Opera in the Changing Landscape: Should Opera Be Funded or Accepted as a Fading Culture in South Africa?
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Ntombenhle Sylvia Mlangeni, Sadi Seyama-Mokhaneli
Challenges in Equipping Learners for the Fourth Industrial Revolution: School Leaders’ and Teachers’ Powerlessness
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Prince Enwereji, Annelien Adriana van Rooyen, Ilse Morgan
Unlocking the Potential of Facebook as a Versatile Platform for Knowledge Sharing
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Thapelo Ephraim Lengwadi, Habasisa Vincent Molise, Mapule Yvonne Segooa
Teachers’ Experiences on the Implementation of COVID-19 Protocols Amidst the Pandemic in Mmashadi Circuit of the Sekhukhune District
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Maxhobandile Ndamase, Yusuf Lukman
The Impact of the Internship Programme on Students in A Selected Public Higher Institution in The Eastern Cape, South Africa
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Lungani Makhathini, Jamila Adam, Francis Akpa-Inyang
Examining the challenges of tertiary teaching and learning in the accounting discipline within KwaZulu-Natal South Africa
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Title                            Research in Social Sciences and Technology (RESSAT).

General features        International, online, open access and peer-reviewed academic journal. 

E-ISSN                         2468-6891

DOI prefix                  10.46303

Frequency                  We publish 3 regular issues a year (as of 2020). Special issues can be published additionally.

                                       1st issue: January to April. 
                                       2nd issue: May to August
                                       3rd issue: September to December


Editor-in-chiefs      Anatoli Rapoport, Scopus ID: 26429934000, Purdue University, United States,  Google Scholar

                                 Bulent TarmanScopus ID: 36642742400, Turan University, Kazakhstan,  Google Scholar




RESSAT is indexed and/or abstracted in:



h5-index: 23   h5-median: 32

h5-index is the h-index for articles published in the last 5 complete years. It is the largest number h such that h articles published in 2018-2023 have at least h citations each. h5-median for a publication is the median number of citations for the articles that make up its h5-index. 

RESSAT's Google Scholar Profile 



RESSAT is now indexed in ERIC, DOAJ, EBSCO H. W. Wilson Databases and DHET Journal List

We are pleased to announce that the Research in Social Sciences and Technology was accepted in ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center), DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals), EBSCO H. W. Wilson Education Full-Text Database and DHET Journal List.

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EBSCO is one of the leading provider of research databases, e-journals, magazine subscriptions, e-books and discovery service to libraries in the world. H. W. Wilson databases cover a wide variety of subject areas including art, education, engineering, humanities, social sciences and more. H. W. Wilson Education Full-Text Database includes rigorous curation and indexing of scholarly  journals in education: 

DHET Accredited Journal List covers academic journals accredited/approved by Department of Higher Education and Training of South Africa. For more information, please visit the website: DHET List



In the last eight years of the journal (since 2016), 284 authors from 35 different countries have published their work on RESSAT as of May, 2023. We thank all the contributing authors and reviewers. You can see the distribution of authors by country in the image below. The countries are listed alphabetically.