The TRC Journal of Humanitarian Action (TRCJHA) is an international scientific, open-access journal published in accordance with the principles of an independent, impartial, and blind peer review. TRCJHA is the official publication of the Turkish Red Crescent and published quarterly. The journal is published in English.
TRCJHA mainly aims to create a scientific forum by producing qualified publications in fields related to disaster and humanitarian activities, thus providing contributions to the related literature. The journal also aims to contribute to shaping policies in these fields in Turkey by publishing the most current original studies.
As an interdisciplinary journal, TRCJHA accepts submissions from various disciplines provided they are related to disaster and humanitarian activities. With its multidisciplinary approach, the journal publishes empirical research, evaluations, editorial notes, case studies, and historical documents, and book reviews from the perspective of both Turkey and the world.
Turkish Adaptation of the Blood Donation Fears Inventory: A Study on Validity and Reliability
Zehra Çalışkan, Fatma Sevim
Adaptation of the Short Attitudes Toward Refugees Scale into Turkish and Investigation of its Psychometric...
Adaptation of Moral Injury Scale Into Turkish Culture
Muhammed Furkan Tunç, İrem Özdemir, Durmuş Ümmet
Investigation of Psychometric Properties of the Turkish Version of the Transcultural Community Resilience Scale
Osman Hatun, Gülşen Topal Özgen
Translation, Adaptation, and Validation of the Inner Peace Scale (IPS) to the Turkish Language
Tolga Seki, Zeynep Şimşir Gökalp, M. Furkan Kurnaz, Bülent Dilmaç
A new approach to urban community resilience: Lessons from Building City Coalitions and applying system...
Aynur Kadihasanoglu, Colin Fernandes, Ian O'Donnell, Omar Abou Samra
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Post-war rural resilience as a development strategy in theory and practice
Meryem Aboushala, Salah Haj Ismail
Issue 2022/1/1978 views
Identifying refugee settlements using satellite images of high spatial and temporal resolution: A comparison of...
Andreas Braun, Stefan Lang, Edith Rogenhofer
Issue 2022/1/1884 views
An Ethics Framework for Healthcare Services Provided to Refugees
Issue 2022/1/1778 views
Significance of On-Site Forensic Anthropological Studies in Post-Disaster and Emergency Contexts: The Case...
Nehir Varol, Cansel Çeken, Tarık Gülcü, Timur Gültekin
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