||International Journal of Humanities and Art Researches
General Principles: The International Journal of Humanities and Art Researches, published in Bursa Uludağ Development Academy in 2016, is published twice a year, both online and in print, between 20 June and 20 December in summer and winter. It is sent to writers and subscribers who want printed magazines. All articles can be read online at http://www.Ijhar.net and http://www.Ijhar.org, and all archives can be accessed by the open access policy free of charge as of 2020. IJHAR, when it deems necessary, issues a special issue for discussion, or aims to express its gratitude to the respected scientists and art people who have a voice in the country and abroad. The decision and authority in this matter belong to the scientific and editorial board.
Open Acces Policy: Ijhar is a party to the Budapest Open Access Movement (BOAI). According to BOAI, Open Access means that "scientific literature that has been evaluated by the referee, via the Internet; be freely accessible, readable, downloadable, copied, distributed, printed, scanned, linked to full texts, indexed, transmitted as data to the software and available for any legal purpose, without financial, legal and technical barriers."
Any author who sends an article to Ijhar is deemed to have accepted this policy.
International Journal of Human and Art Studies (IJHAR) has adopted the principles of researching and keeping the culture alive primarily in line with the laws and reforms of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. For this reason, adhering to the "Intangible Cultural Heritage" list in line with the decisions made by UNESCO in 2003,
To follow folklore, art, and cultural heritage studies in the world, publish research on these subjects and carry studies in this field to the international level.
For these purposes, IJHAR broadcasts in Turkish and English.