Journal abbreviation: International human rights law review
The abbreviation of the journal title "International human rights law review" is "Int. Hum. Rights Law Rev.". It is the recommended abbreviation to be used for abstracting, indexing and referencing purposes and meets all criteria of the ISO 4 standard for abbreviating names of scientific journals.
The table below outlines in detail the ISO 4 rules and matches to the ISSN maintained list of title word abbreviations (TWA) to derive the abbreviation.
|International||Int.||matches the stem "internation-"|
|human||Hum.||matches the word "human"|
|rights||Rights||No abbreviation listed in TWA.|
|law||Law||No abbreviation listed in TWA.|
|review||Rev.||matches the stem "review-"|
Developed by the International Organization for Standardization, the ISO 4 abbreviation system provides a standardized way of abbreviating journal titles. This consistency enables researchers to efficiently identify and cite journals in their work.
ISO, standing for International Organization for Standardization, is a universal abbreviation system for journal titles across disciplines. NLM, or National Library of Medicine, is specific to biomedical sciences, and CASSI, the CAS Source Index, caters to chemistry-related disciplines.
About the journal
|Full journal title||International human rights law review|
|Abbreviation||Int. Hum. Rights Law Rev.|