About the Center

Based in Jordan, Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development (KCRD) is a fast-growing academic organisation that publishes high quality scholarly journals, proceedings, theses, and books, in both printed and online versions, across a wide range of academic disciplines, including economics, business, education, social sciences, humanities, sciences etc. KCRD strives to work with the global academic community to promote open scholarly research to the world and provide a network for expanding the spirit of literacy in academia. KCRD provides several publication services for researchers and scholars who are interested in sharing their original research findings, views, ideas and knowledge with an international academic audience. It publishes peer-reviewed academic journals, books, proceedings, and theses. Original and peer-reviewed research manuscripts from all over the world are offered by the KCRD journals to their international readership.

Our Journals

Publication Ethics and Guide for Authors

Authorship

Authorship credit should be based on substantial contribution to paper, drafting the article or reviewing and introducing fundamental changes in it. ption

Duplicate Publications

It is prohibited for an author to submit manuscripts describing essentially the same research to more than one journal of primary publication.

Sources of Data and Ideas

Authors are required to acknowledge and identify contributions of other persons to their reported work and identify sources of both data and ideas. ption

Conflicts of Interest

All participants in publication process who are in the situation of a conflict of interest, must disclose this fact. ption

Reviewing and Editing

All journals of Al-Kindi Publishers are peer-reviewed. Submitted papers are evaluated by experts specialized in the article field.

Content license

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Featured Articles

Conceptualization of women through Metaphor by Bilingual Lukabras-English speakers
 Benard Angatia Mudogo |  |

The Role and Meaning of Emotional Words in the Formation of Expressions in English and Uzbek Languages
 Kaharova Iroda Sidikovna |  |

Household Food Security Support Initiatives on the Social Well-being of Single Orphans
 Josephine Aluoch Okoyo,  Edmond Were and Omar Egesah |  | Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies

African Onomastics and Politics: A Demystification of Àbíkú Names in Femi Osofisan’s Who’s Afraid of Solarin?
 Ayokunmi O. Ojebode|  | Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies

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