The African Journal of Empirical Research (AJERNET) is a publisher of peer-reviewed journals and other empirically driven works. The aim of the journal is to provide researchers, students, and professors with up-to-date multidisciplinary literature.
The African Journal of Empirical Research (AJERNET) is a publisher of peer-reviewed journals and other empirically driven works. The aim of the journal is to provide researchers, students, and professors with up-to-date multidisciplinary literature. This is for purposes of enhancing easy exchange of ideas, review of research, and expertise among academics. We accept papers that are based on empirical research, meta-analysis, and systematic review of extant literature. Upon receipt, these papers are meticulously reviewed by highly qualified and experienced scholars and published at an affordable cost.
Established in East Africa, the journal aims at facilitating the distribution and publication of research that reflects the ever-changing requirements of academics from a multiplicity of disciplines. All content is published on an open-access basis. This means that there is unrestricted access, distribution, and reproduction of all published work as long as it is correctly cited.
All published content is distributed to thousands of libraries the world over. Authors are accorded timely support and guidance throughout the publishing process. If any work is not responsive to our publication standards, the author(s) is given enough time and guidance to revise it. Certificates are issued for all works published. We look forward to working with you. Get published today.
Authors submit papers in MS-Word compatible formats. This is after logging into the AJER portal with their credentials and accessing the Online Submission Link. The authors are then guided by a sequential process in the submission process. After submission, the authors get automatic acknowledgment through their email accounts with an especially ascribed reference number. The authors will then be contacted directly by our editors on the follow processes.
The manuscript should be arranged in the following order:
Title of Work:
This should present the complete title of the paper/work. It should be followed by the complete list of the author(s) and their respective addresses.
Acknowledgment (optional): This should briefly acknowledge other persons who assisted in the research but who are not listed as authors. It should also present the funding institutions if any.
Abstract: Each work should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 400 words. It should be a brief summary of the work that describe the research context, purpose, research methods, main findings, conclusions, and recommendations. It should not include any references.
Keywords: these should be placed immediately after the abstract and should not exceed six.
Text: The paper should be numbered corresponding to the various sections highlighted under the format of the paper above. Tables and figures should be numbered chronologically.
Introduction: This describes the context and problem being addressed by the study. All relevant variables must be introduced.
Literature Review (Where applicable): This entails empirical and theoretical literature review on the paper’s subject area
Methodology: This is a summary of the methods employed in the study. It includes research design, approach, philosophical foundation (where applicable), population and sampling processes, data collection instruments, data collection processes and data analysis methods. Ethical considerations should also be included where applicable.
Experimental work: All studies conducted in the laboratory or on fauna and flora should include the correct names of the specimens/ scientific names of the species studied.
Results and discussions: These should be written in past tense. Corresponding tables and figures should be included where necessary. The results should be analyzed against reviewed literature. Extensive citations should be avoided.
Conclusion and Recommendations: This should highlight the emerging key findings and their significance. Recommendations should be informed by the findings
References: They should be listed alphabetically.
All papers are checked for originality through the Turnitin plagiarism checker. This means that all manuscripts submitted for publication are checked for plagiarism by comparing them with billions of web pages and millions of content items.
Authors publishing with AJER retains the copyright of their work under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY-ND). This license allows others to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work, provided that the original work is properly cited.
CrossRef is a scholarly publishers’ association that offers a shared infrastructure to support scholarly communications. All manuscripts published in AJER have a Digital Object Identifier (DOI).
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
Dr. Patrick Maluki
University of Nairobi
Dr. Olanrewaju Fatoki
Dr. David Musyimi
Tangaza University College
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology
University of Nairobi
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Conflict resolution & Mediation, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Family & Child studies, Business & Corporate economics, Political economics, Communication & Media studies|
|Keywords:||African, Journal, Empirical, Research, Social Science, Multidisciplinary, Business, Strategic, Management, Conflict Management|