About the Journal

The International Journal of Positivity and Well-Being (IJPW) is an international, double-blind, peer-reviewed, open-access journal that publishes interdisciplinary original research and critical review articles from various disciplines in the field of well-being. The journal aims to contribute to individual, social, and universal well-being from a multidisciplinary perspective. An international editorial team creates a forum for scholars to exchange ideas on well-being policy and issues around the world. IJPW intends to provide a medium for sharing interdisciplinary research studies that focus on well-being and the implications of this work for health, social and educational practices in collaboration with researchers, practitioners, and policymakers. IJPW also covers issues like positive psychology, mindfulness, and positive thinking. IJPW cares about innovative publishing, combining open access to cutting-edge research with fast feedback to the authors and a quality publication process. The International Journal of Positivity & Well-Being considers submissions written in the English language.

Frequency: IJPW is published online at least twice a year, in August and March. In addition to the publication of regular journal issues, it is also common for thematic issues to be disseminated.

Online ISSN: 2980-3497

Announcements

EBSCO

2024-01-11

IJPW has made its official contract with EBSCO. It has been reported that it will be added to the Central & Eastern European Academic Source (CEEAS) index lists. Lists are expected to be announced

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Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2024): Article in Press
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Published: 2024-02-29

Articles

  • Preliminary Study on Occupational Well-Being among Albanian Teachers in Lower Secondary School

    Enida Kume
    1-11
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61518/ijpw-36
  • Perceived Effect of COVID-19 on the Academic Performance and Satisfaction Level of Online Teaching of Sandwich Students

    David Arhin, Mphil, Dr. Ruth Annan-Brew, Jephtar Adu-Mensah, Mphil; Adelaide Yeboah, Alex Opoku
    12-25
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61518/ijpw-26
  • A New Assessment Approach for High School Students in Cameroon

    Jean Christophe FOPOUSSI TUEBUE
    26-45
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61518/ijpw-31
  • Mindfulness and Yoga Contemporary Behavior Therapy

    Meagan Arrastia-Chisholm, Katharine S. Adams, Huzeyfe Cakmakci, Teddi Cunningham
    46-57
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61518/ijpw-34
  • How Attachment, Independence and Resilience Skills Affect Well-Being During Childhood: Mothers' Views

    Kezban Özgem
    58-68
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61518/ijpw-28
  • Well-being of the Rohingya Children in Refugee Camps in Bangladesh: Strategies, Coping Mechanism and Challenges of the Support Systems

    Dr M. Mahruf C. Shohel, Mr Md. Ashrafuzzaman, Dr Sadia Chowdhury, Mr S. M. Rasheduj Jaman, Mrs Tahmina Akter, Mr Kaysar Hasan Saurav, Mrs Nazia Tasnim, Ms Tasnia Rubayet, Ms Sariya Shabnam
    69-91
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61518/ijpw-35
  • Understanding Childhood: A literature Review

    Ph.D., Ntite Orji Kalu
    92-101
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61518/ijpw-30
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