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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences

Mar 02, 2014 Volume 23, Number

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Impact of Claim Settlement on Sales of Life Insurance Policies - A Case Study of LIC of India

    Rajesh K. Yadav, RKDF College of Engineering, India

    Claim settlement is one of the most important parts of the life insurance services. Person who is holding or planning for the life insurance will always want to have prompt claim settlement. For... More

    pp. 1-6

  2. Social Skills and Locus of Control of Teenage Mothers and Pregnant Teens Placed at the Polish Correctional Institutions - Report of Studies

    Beata Maria Nowak, Higher School of Social Sciences in Warsaw, Poland; Jacek Krawczyk, National School of Public Administration, Poland

    The purpose of the article is the presentation of the results of research aiming at the assessment of the level of social competences and locus of control of teenage mothers and pregnant teens... More

    pp. 7-22

  3. Pension Fund: A Veritable Source of Financing Real Estate Development in Nigeria

    Adjekophori Bernard, Federal Polytechnic Auchi, Nigeria

    Pension funds control relatively large amounts of capital and represent the largest institutional investors in many nations. Financing real estate on the other hand required a huge capital outlay. ... More

    pp. 23-40

  4. Central Propaganda Figures of Crowds: Citizen, Militant, Worker

    Oprea Valentin Buşu, University of Bucharest, Romania

    The study explores vagueness area of the crowd concept and points the identification of nodal points. By means of some descriptive, comparative and meta-analytical methods are examining crowds... More

    pp. 41-48

  5. Bioprospecting, Biopiracy and Food Security in India: The Emerging Sides of Neoliberalism

    Sayan Bhattacharya, Rabindra Bharati University, India

    Biopirates benefited and prospered from the plundering of natural resources from the developing and less developed countries without paying any royalty to the source countries at all. In the recent... More

    pp. 49-56

  6. How Journalism Escorts Daily Life from Oltenia in Years 1920-1930

    Dan Ionescu, Nicolae Titulescu High School, Romania

    The research is situated in the domain of the thematic history of the press. It approaches the topic of living, of the mundane existence of citizen's middle standard. Related to authorized views on... More

    pp. 57-65

  7. Identification of Key Actors of Agricultural Community-Based Organization from Communication Perspective in Malaysia

    N.N.M. Shariff, MARA University of Technology, Malaysia; A. Muhammad, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Z.S. Hamidi, MARA University of Technology, Malaysia

    This paper was part of a larger study which focuses on communication aspect of sustainable agriculture. To date, most of communication issues highlight role of extension officer rather than CBOMore

    pp. 66-72

  8. Internal Mechanisms of Persuasion

    Bianca Teodorescu, University of Craiova, Romania

    By persuasion we understand the action to convince someone to do something that we want to achieve our aims. The person who accepts the other’s opinions without any real evidence can be easily... More

    pp. 73-78

  9. The Family as Basis of Social Order: Insights from the Yoruba Traditional Culture

    Shitta Bey Olanrewaju Abdul, Lagos State University, Nigeria

    opportunity to witness advancements in various facets of life, is accompanied by orientations which destroy traditional efforts – like the family systems – that engendered peace in various... More

    pp. 79-89

  10. Majority, Grand or All-Party Coalitions?

    Peter Emerson, de Borda Institute, Ireland

    By what principle does one majority have the right to rule, and another not? Secondly, while elections are generally transparent, why should forming a government be secretive? Is it because people ... More

    pp. 90-109