The Journal of Buddhist Studies

ISSN: 2692-7357
eISSN: 2692-739X

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR


Welcome to the  The Journal of Buddhist Studies, a is one of the academic study of Buddhism, a culture of Buddhist gazette brought to you by the editors of The Journal of Buddhist Studies.

Based on the philosophy of Buddhism, The Journal of Buddhist Studies has devoted itself to publishing "the good writers and the elite research of Buddhism". Scholars of Buddhist studies focus on the history, culture, archaeology, arts, philology, anthropology, sociology, theology, philosophy, practices, interreligious comparative studies and other subjects related to Buddhism.

Applied research in Buddhist studies is a schools of social science research. It is a harmonious combination of philosophical reasoning and applied of practice to bring awareness and deep understanding, effectively bringing knowledge to the applicators.

Academic publishing, culture and religion publishing, social science research and Buddhist education is a useful contribution to applied social sciences research. In that large area, there are great opportunities for application to create action plans and applications in an era of globalization and provide good opportunities for the community and for the nation.

As a form of professional practice, Buddhist studies would reintegrate our evidence bases with current social issues while encouraging better integration of knowledge within communities, organizations and policy. This applies to both traditional articles and the other formats (research notes, essays, etc.) which the journal will provide space for. Such work would also involve greater interrogation of the normative and ethical assumptions of practice rather than taking such matters for granted. The essays presented here represent a fraction of what remains to be learned about of Buddhism. These and other worthwhile topics still await their scholars.


Sincerely,

Thich Giac Chinh, Buddhist Missionary

 

Call for Papers
Deadline: October 27, 2020

The Journal of Buddhist Studies invites proposals for special issues, especially on the following themes:

Buddhist studies focus on the history, culture, archaeology, arts, philology, meditation, anthropology, sociology, theology, philosophy, practices, interreligious comparative studies and other subjects related to Buddhism.

The Journal Publishes in both print and online version.

I hope you will consider submitting your paper for review by the Journal of Buddhist Studies. Acceptance Notification: within 5-7 days from the date of manuscript submission.

Send your manuscript to the editor at:

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The Buddha in our hearts,

Sincerely,


Ven. Thich Giac Chinh,

Chief Editor - Journal of Buddhist studies

 
Call for papers JOURNAL OF BUDDHIST STUD

Call for Papers
Vol. 1, issue 1

Journal of Buddhist Studies
Journal of the U.S. Sangha for Buddhist Studies
ISSN 2692-7357
Online: ISSN 2692-739X

The Journal of Buddhist Studies invites proposals for special issues, especially on the following themes:

Buddhist studies focus on the history, culture, archaeology, arts, philology, meditation, anthropology, sociology, theology, philosophy, practices, interreligious comparative studies and other subjects related to Buddhism.

The Journal Publishes in both print and online version.

I hope you will consider submitting your paper for review by the Journal of Buddhist Studies. Acceptance Notification: within 5-7 days from the date of manuscript submission.

Send your manuscript to the editor at:

info@jbspress.com

Or visit our website for more information:

www.jbspress.com

The Buddha in our hearts,

Sincerely,

Journal of Buddhist Studies.

 

Buddhist studies - Buddhology

Applied research in Buddhist studies is a schools of social science research.

The philosophy and worldview in Buddhism has brought about an understanding of a rapidly changing world, we commit to the progressive mission, contributing the values of the Journal of Buddhist studies to society. Buddhist studies, also known as Buddhology, is the academic study of Buddhism. Applied research in Buddhist studies is a schools of social science research.

 

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