American Heritage Journal of Creativity

by Leah Ojinna (Author)

The American Heritage Journal of Creativity (AHJC) is a biannual journal of research from American Heritage University of Southern California located in the San Bernardino County in California, USA. It is published twice in a year. It accepts creativity as going beyond the possession and use of artistic, musical or writing talent, but permeating throughout the curriculum, in science, social studies and other areas. Research works conducted in the academia without restriction to subject are invited. The objectives of AHJC are to disseminate internationally pragmatic academic research solutions in diverse disciplines that are functionally creative and relevant to community and universal issues. Essentially, the crucial requirement is that it has to be a research paper with empirical findings. AHJC provides a multidisciplinary forum for the publication of original research and technical papers, short communications, state-of-the-art developments in the liberal arts and sciences.

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Publication Date
December 13, 2012
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