Welcome to the Interdisciplinary Research Journal and Archives (IRJAR), a Canadian-based academic journal committed to publishing high-quality research papers from a diverse range of disciplines. We recognize the importance of interdisciplinary research, as it fosters the cross-pollination of ideas and breakthroughs in knowledge by transcending traditional academic boundaries. Our mission is to create a dynamic platform for researchers, scholars, and writers to share their insights and discoveries with the global academic community.
At IRJAR, we strive for excellence in our publications, ensuring that every manuscript undergoes a thorough peer-review process before being published. Our dedicated team of scholars, reviewers, and writers work together to evaluate the quality, originality, and significance of each submission. We accept various types of research papers, including analytical, argumentative, definition, compare and contrast, cause and effect, interpretative, experimental, survey, and more, to accommodate the wide array of research methodologies utilized across different fields of study.
In order to enhance the accessibility, discoverability, and long-term preservation of the research published on our platform, we assign unique Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) to each paper. These DOIs allow researchers, scholars, and readers to easily access, cite, and share published works. Moreover, the DOI system guarantees the permanence of digital resources, ensuring that the invaluable knowledge contained within our journal remains available to future generations.
We invite you to explore our website and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of interdisciplinary research. Whether you are a seasoned scholar, an early-career researcher, or simply someone with a passion for knowledge, you will undoubtedly find thought-provoking and inspiring articles within the pages of IRJAR. We encourage you to consider submitting your own work and joining our thriving community of researchers and scholars dedicated to pushing the boundaries of human understanding.