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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences

Jun 02, 2015 Volume 53, Number

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Number of articles: 19

  1. Religious Values in an Age of Globalization and Development in Nigeria

    Cecilia Haruna Yahaya & Caxton Ayuba, Kaduna State College of Education, Nigeria

    This write-up attempts to review the role of Christian Religion Studies and values in an age of globalization and development. This is because the world is undergoing a turbulent experience of war,... More

    pp. 6-11

  2. Analysis of Sustainable Computing for Mainstream Agricultural and Rural Applications in Developing Countries

    Fardeen Dodo & Charles Reith, American University of Nigeria, Nigeria

    Effective utilization of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has been identified as a sure route for agriculturists and rural inhabitants of developing countries to take advantage of ... More

    pp. 12-28

  3. Husserl's Phenomenology and Two Terms of Noema and Noesis

    Fatemeh Rassi, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Zeiae Shahabi, University of Isfahan, Iraq

    In Ideas, Husserl usesthis pair of terms, "Noema" and "Noesis" to refer to correlated elements of the structure of any intentional act. In fact in Ideas, Husserl uses the term ‘Noesis’ to refer to ... More

    pp. 29-34

  4. Motivation and Job Performance of University Workers: A Case Study of Plateau State University Bokkos

    Hajaratu Deme Bott & Kaneng Tina Asaju, Plateau State University, Nigeria

    In the field of management, performance and motivation are closely related and familiar terms.However, many managers either do not fully understand or appreciate the intricacies of the theories and... More

    pp. 35-38

  5. Innovating Science Student-Teacher’s Practicum in Nigeria

    Jacinta A. Opara, Universidad Azteca, Mexico

    The training of the science teacher requires both theory and practice. Teaching practice refers to a period of guided teaching during which the teacher-trainee or student-teacher assumes increasing... More

    pp. 39-44

  6. Resource Utility for Effective Science Education in Nigeria: The Case of Biology

    Jacinta A. Opara, Universidad Azteca, Mexico

    Resource utilization, curriculum innovation and professional development courses are integral to improve educational practices as they empower teachers with knowledge and skills required for... More

    pp. 45-51

  7. Dynamics of Teaching Science Education in a Changing Environment

    Jacinta A. Opara, Universidad Azteca, Mexico

    During the past few decades, resources have been allocated in many parts of the world for developing curricula in school science, which were directed to the need for more scientists that can... More

    pp. 52-59

  8. Unblinding History through Literature in Tanushree Podder’s, <i>Escape from Harem</i>

    Manimangai Mani, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

    The history of India had been coloured by series of brutal invasion, torture, bloodshed and massacre in the name of religion and conquest. One of the most remembered invasions is by the Mughals in ... More

    pp. 60-67

  9. The Role of Urbanization Rate in the Relationship between Air Pollution and Health Expenditures: A Dynamic Panel Data Approach

    Maryam Fattahi, University of Tarbiate Modarse Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    One of the available challenges in areas of health economics is identification of the effective factors on health expenditures. Air pollution plays important role in the public and private health... More

    pp. 68-72

  10. The Examination of Pre-University School Boys' Awareness of HIV Prevention, Transmission and Treatment in Khuzestan Province

    Masoud Boroumand Nasab, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This research aimed to examine pre-university school boys' awareness of the factors in preventing, transmitting and treating HIV in Khuzestan province, Iran. This is a descriptive cross-sectional... More

    pp. 73-77

  11. Examining the Level of Women Participation with and without Higher Education in Form of Humanitarian Activities and Charitable Affairs

    Masoumeh Cheraghi, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The present article aims to examine the women's participation in charitable affairs of special diseases and to conduct a comparative comparison between women with higher education and women lacking... More

    pp. 78-85

  12. The Importance of a Medium-Term Budgetary Framework in Enhancing the Sustainability of Public Finances

    Muhammad Khalil, Federal Urdu University of Art, Science and Technology, Pakistan; Naveed Ahmad, Lahore Leads University, Pakistan; Muhammad Nouman Shafique, Preston University, Pakistan; Hussain Ahmad, Federal Urdu University of Art, Science and Technology, Pakistan; Khalil Ur Rehman & Raza Illahi, Lahore Leads University, Pakistan

    Globalization has changed traditional systems to scientific systems rapidly. This reform took place every organizational process. Fiscal reforms are the major reforms in the organization. The... More

    pp. 86-93

  13. Towards Qualitative Teaching of Vocational Subjects in Secondary Schools in Nigeria

    Pat E. Mbah & Ozioma Azubike, Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture, Nigeria

    The teaching of vocational subjects in secondary schools has become paramount to achieving the entrepreneurship goals and realizing the objectives of the functional educational system. This paper... More

    pp. 94-100

  14. Causes and Effects of Marital Conflict on Educational and Social Development of Primary School Pupils in the North-West Zone B Educational District, Benue State, Nigeria: Teachers Perception

    Rebecca Ashikor Moji & Grace Terdoo Waya Ijoyah, Benue State University, Nigeria; Joy Ojorumi Ijoyah, University of Agriculture, Nigeria

    The study investigated the causes and effects of marital conflict, as perceived by teachers, on the educational and social development of pupils in primary schools. A sample size of 400 respondents... More

    pp. 101-106

  15. Working Capital Management Antecedants Impact on Firm Specific Factors: A Ten Year Review of Karachi Stock Exchange

    Sajid Iqbal, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Pakistan

    The study aims of investigate relationship of working capital antecedents and profitability of the company. Seven variables are taken as proxy variable to measure working capital and its management... More

    pp. 107-111

  16. The Investigation of the Relationship between Imagination from Brand's Suitability and Brand Preference Active Brand Detergent Consumers in Sanandaj City

    Sataie Moghadam, Ladan, Kamran Kasraie & Mansour, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The current study want to determine the relationship between imagination of factional brand suitability and symbolic and trade name preference by Active brand detergent consumers. The population... More

    pp. 112-116

  17. The Impact of Risk and Inflation on Residential Property Development Decision

    Udoka Israel Sunday, Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, Nigeria

    Residential property development decision most times come as a bit to quelling housing poverty, but at the same time a veritable source of income as well as a better bulwark against inflation and... More

    pp. 117-121

  18. Rebellious and Strong Black Women in <i>Paradise</i>

    Zadmehr Torabi & Parvin Ghasemi, Shiraz University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The main aim of this paper is to apply black feminist tenets especially those of Bell Hooks and Alice Walker to demonstrate that unlike the passive black female characters of The Bluest Eye,... More

    pp. 122-132

  19. A Study on Religious Interaction among the Sinhala-Buddhists and the Muslims in Sri Lanka

    Ahamed Sarjoon Razick, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka; Ahmad Sunawari Long & Kamarudin Salleh, National University of Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia

    In Sri Lanka, the religions such as Islam, Hinduism, Christianity are practicing, although it is a predominantly Buddhist country. However, since recent past years onward, it has been proliferated ... More

    pp. 133-137