The Journal of Social and Human Sciences comes to Batna University to fill a void with all its negative repercussions since the founding of the first nucleus of the University in 1977. The magazine was conceived by a group of professors of social and human sciences to serve as a cultural club where ideas and a platform for intellectual and cognitive creativity are discussed, believing that the university professor is not only a conductor of knowledge, but also a producer. Services, but is an ambitious, ambitious, entrepreneurial world looking forward to the horizons of modern knowledge, a world that seeks to embrace, develop and employ thought.
In the light of these perceptions, the purpose of this project was to awaken the potential of professors and to blow up their energies and their scientific capabilities by preventing them from various forms of disability. It is an attempt to express the self-ability of the professor as an intellectual rather than an employee, an appeal for the professor to practice his real function as a product of knowledge. Perhaps this magazine provides him with this possibility even out of the monotony imposed by the authority of the post to the field of research and creativity.
If the magazine is characterized by its inclusion in social and human sciences, it is due to the common characteristics of these sciences; they all derive from one source, despite the fact that modern civilization has imposed separation and independence between these sciences.
In terms of inclusiveness, a tripartite journal should be aware of the need for knowledge communication between languages, not to be self-reliant.
The journal is purely scientific in nature and therefore open to all researchers in Algeria and abroad and in various fields of social and human sciences. The editorial board hopes that this journal will be an effective contribution to filling the great gap in the field of scientific research and that it will be a translation of the aspiration that the editorial board has drawn from the first thoughts to the present day.
Finally, the Editorial Board extends its thanks to all those who contributed, in one way or another, to the publication of this magazine, and to mention the President of the University for his encouragement to the magazine. To all the colleagues who have the burden of reading the research and evaluating what needs to be evaluated, They stood behind the completion of these numbers Bshjihm and advised them. The magazine will remain a viable project.