International Journal of Kurdish Studies
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ISSN 2149-2751 | e-ISSN 2149-2751 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2015 | Publisher Hasan KARACAN | ijoks.com

ABOUT

IJOKS was established in June 2014. The Journal publishes high quality articles, reviews and perspectives in the fields of Kurdish Studies. The journal is of interest to researchers, academics, and those people concerned with mediating research findings to practitioners. 


Focus & Scope
The aim of our journal is to present original research on the languages and peoples of Kurdish from its beginning down to the present. In addition to Kurdish itself any aspects of Kurdish relations with an influence on the areas of the Middle East, Mesopotamia, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Europe and Kurdish who are all around the world, falls within the journal’s scope


Section Policies
IJOKS supports open access policy, so that every article published online can be accessed without any restriction or subscription worldwide. Open access is based on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

IJOKS accepts mansucripts, book reviews or translation texts for publication. As soon as the editorial team receives the submissions, two experts are assigned as reviewers. Our journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers. All reviewers evaluates the manuscript in terms of originality, methodology and its contributions to the field.


Publication Frequency
IJOKS publishes two issues per year, in January and August. 

International Journal of Kurdish Studies

ISSN 2149-2751 | e-ISSN 2149-2751 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2015 | Publisher Hasan KARACAN | ijoks.com
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ABOUT

IJOKS was established in June 2014. The Journal publishes high quality articles, reviews and perspectives in the fields of Kurdish Studies. The journal is of interest to researchers, academics, and those people concerned with mediating research findings to practitioners. 


Focus & Scope
The aim of our journal is to present original research on the languages and peoples of Kurdish from its beginning down to the present. In addition to Kurdish itself any aspects of Kurdish relations with an influence on the areas of the Middle East, Mesopotamia, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Europe and Kurdish who are all around the world, falls within the journal’s scope


Section Policies
IJOKS supports open access policy, so that every article published online can be accessed without any restriction or subscription worldwide. Open access is based on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

IJOKS accepts mansucripts, book reviews or translation texts for publication. As soon as the editorial team receives the submissions, two experts are assigned as reviewers. Our journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers. All reviewers evaluates the manuscript in terms of originality, methodology and its contributions to the field.


Publication Frequency
IJOKS publishes two issues per year, in January and August. 

International Journal of Kurdish Studies Last Issue
Volume 5 - Issue 1 - Jan 2019
  1. Editorial
    Pages 1 - 7
    Hasan Karacan
  2. A Study of the concept of law from John Locke’s point of view — An Examination of the reality of law in Kurdistan Region: “A Theoretical Study
    Pages 1 - 10
    Asrin Zrar QADER, Salim P. ALIAS
  3. First Kurdish Generations In Germany: Introduction
    Pages 11 - 40
    Avdo KARATAŞ
  4. Kurdish Image in Novels of Early Period of Turkish Republic
    Pages 41 - 52
    Şener Şükrü YİĞİTLER
  5. Hînkirina Rêzimana Kurmancî di nav konteksê de
    Pages 53 - 77
    Resul Geyik
  6. Kurdish Poetry from the perspective of the criteria of textuality, Kurdish poetry texts of Central Kurdish dialect as an example
    Pages 78 - 102
    Nawzad Waqas SAHID, Rebwar Muhammed ISMAIL
  7. Detailed analysis of text: An example using the poet Kazal Ahmed
    Pages 103 - 120
    Ala Dara Abdul MAJID
  8. Prevalence of Existential Vacuum of Writers in the Kurdistan region- Iraq
    Pages 121 - 136
    Yousif H.Salih MOSTAFA, Muhammad Taha Hussein BAKR
  9. The style of personal structure of the Development and simple in the novels: Karwan Omar Kakasor
    Pages 137 - 166
    Sardar Ahmed Hassan GERDI, Awara Kamal SALEH
  10. The history of educational laws, regulations, and curricula for the formal study in the city of Erbil, 1961-1968
    Pages 167 - 193
    Mohammed Abdulla Kaka SUR, Snur Sabah SIDIQ
  11. Zihaf Impact on music Activators of Hashu Lines of Kurdish classical poetry
    Pages 194 - 212
    Nawzad Waqas SAEED, Hiwa Nuraddin AZIZ
  12. Economic conditions in the province of Erbil since the late Ottoman rule
    Pages 211 - 236
    Mahdi Mohammed QADER, Fatah Bahram KHADER
  13. The structure of Verb phrase in the Kurdish language
    Pages 237 - 252
    Karwan Juma RAHEEM
  14. The Effect of Leftist Thinking on Kurdish Organization in Eastern Kurdistan (1945 – 1938)
    Pages 253 - 289
    Ismael Abdalrahman SAEED
  15. The application of 1958 and 1970 Agrarian Reform Acts in HawlerLiwa (Governorate) and its effects a historical study
    Pages 290 - 311
    Khalil Ali MURAD, Burhan Hatam OTHMAN
  16. Ana Dili Arapça Olmayanlara Arapça Öğretiminde, Uzaktan Eğitim Alanında Sosyal Medya Faktörü
    Pages 312 - 327
    HASAN AKREŞ
  17. Salīm Barakāt’s Intermediary Existence: His Poem Maḥmūd Darwīsh
    Pages 328 - 358
    Aviva BUTT
  18. İran’ın Irak Kürdistan Bölgesel Yönetimi’nin (IKBY) Bağımsızlık Girişimlerine Bakışı
    Pages 359 - 362
    Mehmet Akif KOÇ
  19. Irak'ı Anlamak– Cengiz Han’ın Moğollarından Osmanlı Türklerine ve İngiliz Manda Yönetiminden Amerikan İşgaline Kadar Irak Tarihinin Bütün Gelişimi
    Pages 363 - 372
    Mehmet Akif KOÇ