International Journal of Kurdish Studies

ISSN 2149-2751 | Periyot Yılda 2 Sayı | Başlangıç: 2015 | Yayıncı Hasan KARACAN |
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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. 

Indexing / Abstracting

IJOKS is an international refereed journal and enriches its indexes. Now our Journal is accepted and hosted by Turkish JournalPark Academic, supported by TUBITAK, Turkey, and indexed by the following indexes and lists.
International Journal of Kurdish Studies January 2018 January Son Sayı
Cilt 4 - Sayı 1 - Oca 2018
  1. Editorial
    Sayfalar 1 - 5
    Salih AKIN
  2. Verbal Noun and Inflected Verb
    Sayfalar 1 - 26
    Mhemed Abdulfettah Mehwi, Aryan Sdiq Aziz
  3. The Classification of vowels and consonants in Syllable structure
    Sayfalar 27 - 41
    Dilshad M. Gharib, Mhemed Mehwi
  4. Empire, Split Ethnicities, and an Explosion of Poetry
    Sayfalar 42 - 67
    Aviva Butt
  5. Jaba, Bazidî, and the Ethnography of Kurds in the 18-19th Century
    Sayfalar 68 - 84
    Necat Keskin, Abdurrahim ÖZMEN
  6. Anfal and its consequences: an analysis for our work on Anfal, some points of view and conclusions
    Sayfalar 85 - 109
    Mahdi Fatih OMAR, Mohammad Ahmad SAED
  7. The Role of First Language on The Second Language Acquisition
    Sayfalar 110 - 117
    Karwan Juma RAHEEM
  8. Morphological processes and Active/passive Derivational morphemes in producing and deriving novel linguistic data
    Sayfalar 118 - 139
    Faruq Omar SDIQ, Mustafa Raza MUSTAFA
  9. Freedom in Kurdistan Society- In the light of social contract theory John Locke
    Sayfalar 140 - 152
    Asrin Zrar QADER
  10. The generation conflicht between the Kurds in diaspora
    Sayfalar 153 - 173
    Avdo KARATAŞ
  11. Aleksandre Jaba’s Collection of Kurdish Folk Poetry Manuscripts and "Kilamê Kîçan" of the Kurd 49
    Sayfalar 174 - 197
    Mustafa ÖZTÜRK
  12. A new perception for adjectives in Kurdish Language
    Sayfalar 198 - 234
    Omed Barzan BRZOO, Omer Ahmed EZIZ
  13. Morphosyntactical Representation in Kurdish Language
    Sayfalar 235 - 253
    Abduljabar Mustafa MAROOF, Sazan Zahir SAEED
  14. The Role of Terminology in Enriching Kurdish Dictionary
    Sayfalar 254 - 268
    Suzan Saadulla ABDULKANY, Bakr Omar ALI
  15. Barış Çalışmalarında Alternatif Bir Güzergah: Sembol ve Sembolizmin Politik Kullanımı
    Sayfalar 269 - 283
    Safiye ATEŞ (DURÇ)
  16. Orta Doğu’da Suudi Arabistan’la İran arasındaki Сepheleşme: Suriye ve Yemen’deki Çatışmalar Örneği
    Sayfalar 284 - 289
    Vadim A. KUZMIN, Nadejda AÇAN