About the Journal

Scope and Focus

The SARPASS covers scholarly articles in the fields of political and social sciences, with particular emphasis on aspects related to the engagement and/or intersection of religion, state, and society. The journal is devoted to facilitating authors to share their data and perspectives on scholarly work on recent theoretical and practical aspects of particular themes in relation to the subject. The journal aims to stimulate and reflect interdisciplinary conversations, intersectional analyses, and international approaches.

 

Manuscript Categories

The SARPASS invites manuscripts in five categories:

  1. Research Article: Quantitative, qualitative, mixed-method, or integrative studies that demonstrate the engagement and/or intersection of religion, state, and society.
  2. Reflective Essay: Thought provoking examinations of current issues related to the engagement and/or intersection of religion, state, and society that are anchored in the literature.
  3. Dissertation Overview: Dissertation summaries of methods used to examine topics related to the engagement and/or intersection of religion, state, and society.
  4. Policy Brief: Document which outlines the rationale for choosing a particular policy alternative or course of actions in a current policy debate related to the engagement and/or intersection of religion, state, and society.
  5. Book Review: Reviews of books related to the engagement and/or intersection of religion, state, and society that go beyond a mere description of the contents to analyze and glean implications for theory and practice.