A New Volume of BUJ is Out

The Office of the Dean of Research and the Editorial Board of the Bethlehem University Journal announced the publication of the first two articles of two different issues of Volume 39 of the Bethlehem University Journal on the international database Science Open.

Prof. Jamil Khader, Dean of Research and Editor-in-Chief of the Bethlehem University Journal, noted that this volume marks the transition of the Bethlehem University Journal to a continuous publication model, in which manuscripts will be published as soon as the review and revision process is complete. New articles will be added to the new volume on a continuous basis until the volume is complete. This way articles will be immediately released online, making new research available to the academic community as quickly as possible.

The first article titled, “Exploring the relationship between mental health and neuropsychological functioning in female survivors of IPV,” appears in a special issue on neuropsychology that features articles by international experts in the field of neuropsychology and is guest-edited by Dr. Ahmad Fasfous, Associate Professor of Psychology at Bethlehem University. The article can be read and accessed at this link.

The second article titled, “The Inclusion of “Child Protection” Concepts at the Palestinian Universities from the Point of View of the Representatives of Social Science Program,” by Ms. Minerva Jarayseh, Lecturer in the Social Sciences Department, appeared in Issue 2 of Volume 39 and can be read and accessed at this link.

The Office of the Dean of Research and the Editorial Board of the Bethlehem University Journal invite Bethlehem University faculty members and researchers to submit their manuscripts to the Bethlehem University Journal and to submit proposals to guest-edit special issues on current topics in their fields of expertise. All disciplines are welcome. They also encourage faculty to take these articles into consideration when designing their syllabi in relevant disciplines and to share these articles with students.

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