Pakistan Journal of Art and Culture (PJAC) links art, design, science, and culture with new developments and issues in technology. PJAC provides a forum for exchanging ideas and findings from researchers, practitioners, and professionals across arts, design, and technology disciplines. This interdisciplinary journal incorporates theory and practice among industrial design fields, architecture, art, computer science, psychology, cognitive sciences, humanities, and related fields. PJAC presents diverse arguments from critical, philosophical, creative, and professional points of view.
The mission of the Pakistan Journal of Art and Culture (PJAC) is to promote interdisciplinary research concerning the influence of technological innovation on creativity and other human issues. PJAC bridges the humanities, artistic, scientific, and technical disciplines. It is a nexus for information exchange among academia and industry addressing theory, criticism, and practice.
The Research Journal (Pakistan Journal of Art and Culture - PJAC) only publishes original articles, which are results of original research, and which in a given form have not been previously published elsewhere. If a given article contains contributions of other persons, the authors are obliged to reveal their names and affiliation. The authors have to hold all legal rights to the content of their articles.
The Research Journal (Pakistan Journal of Art and Culture - PJAC) does not charge submission fee from its authors.
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Articles in Press
Articles in press are peer reviewed, accepted articles to be published in this publication. When the final article is assigned to volumes/issues of the publication, the article in press version will be removed and the final version will appear in the associated published volumes/issues of the publication. The date an article was first made available online will be carried over. Please be aware that, although articles in press do not have all bibliographic details available yet.