The Association Global Peace Multipurpose Society & International Journal of Researches in Social Science & Information Studies has been the association for information professionals leading the search for new and better theories, techniques, management, culture and technologies to improve access to information. AGPMS & IJRSSIS brings together diverse streams of knowledge, focusing what might be disparate approaches into novel solutions to common problems. AGPMS & IJRSSIS bridges the gaps not only between disciplines but also between the research that drives and the practices that sustain new developments. AGPMS & IJRSSIS counts among its membership to all information specialists from such fields as computer science, linguistics, management, libray & information sc., engineering, law, education and other Social Science subject; individuals who share a common interest in improving the ways society stores, retrieves, analyzes, manages, archives and disseminates information, coming together for mutual benefit. Techniques and technologies emerge daily in the fields of library and information science, communications, networking, computer science and all social science. Yet information professionals in one discipline are often unaware of key developments in others. What an irony that a field advocating the development, sharing and use of information is itself isolated. If you don't like working in isolation, examine what AGPMS has to offer. This Web site will introduce you to AGPMS & IJRSSIS and the ways it can make you more effective information professional and more indispensable to your company, institution or organization.
The Journal would publish original articles, review articles. All articles published in International Journal of Researches in Social Science & Information Studies are evaluated by the experts however, the Editors and Publisher are not always in agreement with the opinions views expressed by the contributors/authors in their articles and take no responsibility for inaccurate, misleading data.
Journal uses viper (Anti-Plagiarism Scanner Software) for Plagiarism.
Frequency of Journal is Annually Three Issues (Four Monthly) i.e January, May & September of Each Year.
The Association seeks to stimulate participation and interaction among its members by affording them an environment for substantive professional exchange. It encourages and supports personal and professional growth through opportunities for members to extend their knowledge and skills, develop and use professional networks, pursue career development goals and assume leadership roles in the Association and in the information community. AGPMS & IJRSSIS increases the influence of information professionals among decision-makers by focusing attention on the importance of information as a vital resource in a high-technology age and promotes informed policy on national and international information issues by contributing to the formation of those policies. It supports the advancement of the state-of-the art and practice by taking a leadership position in the advocacy of research and development in basic and applied information science.
To accomplish these goals, AGPMS & IJRSSIS, publishes, and disseminates publications concerning research and development; convenes annual meetings providing a forum for papers, discussions, and major policy statements; AGPMS & IJRSSIS hosted the first Information Architecture Summit and continues to do so annually, holds smaller chapter and special interest meetings, as well as special symposia & conferences; and acts as a sounding board for promotion of research and development and for the education of information professionals.
The mission of the Association for Research in Socio-economic, Management, Information Science and Technology is to advance the information sciences and related applications of information technology by providing focus, opportunity, and support to information professionals and organizations.
Establish a new information professionalism in a world where information is of central importance to personal, social, political, and economic progress by: Advancing knowledge about information, its creation, properties, and use; Providing analysis of ideas, practices, and technologies; Valuing theory, research, applications, and service; Nurturing new perspectives, interests, and ideas; Increasing public awareness of the information sciences and technologies and their benefits to society.