Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences

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 E-ISSN :- 2478-1169

 Print ISSN :-  0258-9710


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  • Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)
  • Scopus

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Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences (SLJSS) has been in publication since 1978. The journal is published twice a year (in June and December) by the National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka. The journal entertains Social Science articles of multidisciplinary nature focused on Sri Lanka and/or other South Asian countries. This journal has wide circulation within Sri Lanka and abroad. SLJSS is currently indexed in SCOPUS and the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). The SLJSS also provides an important window for influencing policy and action at various levels.



December 2022

Why a proactive research culture is necessary for advancing social sciences in Sri Lanka?

Kalinga Tudor Silva


Review Article

Spiritual thirdspace and silent faith: reading the parallax between Buddhism and Christianity in the movie Silence (2016)

Mahesh Hapugoda and Krishanthi Anandawansa


Electronic human resource management (e-HRM) adoption; a systematic literature review

K. G. Priyashantha and A. H. Isuru Chandradasa


Common methods and outcomes of employee engagement: a systematic literature review towards identifying gaps in research

K. G. Priyashantha, A. Chamaru De Alwis and I. Welmilla


Research Articles

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Gendered state: ‘Governmentality’ and the labour migration policy of Sri Lanka

Jayathry Gunaratne



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Five years of RTI regime in Sri Lanka: factors causing low proactive disclosure of information and possible remedies

Maringa Sumanadasa



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Impact of financial market development on economic growth: evidence from Sri Lanka

I. H. Piyumini Nadeeshanee Senadheera and R. P. Champa Rajapakse



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Strategic human resource management challenges in graduate development officer recruitment in Sri Lanka

Ramakrishnan Vivek and Yogarajah Nanthagopan



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Listening to the information needs of visually impaired users and implications for the libraries

K. Vijayakumar, Abdul Wahid, Mohammad Ishaq Lone and Bilal Gani Bhat



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