The Dyke

About the Journal

Online ISSN 2790-0940; Print ISSN 1815-9036

The Dyke is an open-access and multi-and-interdisciplinary journal that aims to provide a platform for rigorous dissemination of research across a vast spectrum of disciplines. The journal facilitates unrestricted access to research findings and encourages interdisciplinary collaboration among researchers from diverse disciplines as they seek to address complex and multifaceted issues bedeviling humanity in Africa, and beyond. The Dyke advances knowledge across disciplines by publishing high-quality, double-blind peer-reviewed research from multiple academic fields. The journal publishes ground-breaking research and is a platform for innovative and pioneering research that usually does not fit within the traditional boundaries of a single discipline. The reputable hosts and indexing partners enhance the visibility of the journal and its impact thereby ensuring that published research in The Dyke reaches global audiences through open access.

Scope

The Dyke accepts submissions from a wide range of fields that include, but are not limited to:

  • Arts & Humanities (e.g., literature, history, philosophy, communication, linguistics, applied linguistics)
  • Social Sciences (e.g., sociology, psychology, economics)
  • Education (e.g., Curriculum development, administration)
  • Business Sciences
  • Environmental and Earth Sciences

Types of Articles published

  • Original Research Articles
  • Review Articles
  • Short Communications
  • Case Studies
  • Methodological Papers
  • Opinion and Perspective Pieces

The Dyke publishes research that may integrate methods, theories, and perspectives from multiple disciplines; research utilising innovative techniques employing novel methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches. The journal entertains rigorous quality submissions from researchers around Africa, and the diaspora whose research has the potential to make significant contributions to societal challenges and public policy especially in Southern Africa, and beyond.

Current Issue

Vol. 17 No. 2 (2023): The Dyke Journal
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