You are here:

International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences

Nov 30, 2015 Volume 64, Number

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 20

  1. The RTU Graduate School Executive Master’s Program for School Year 2011-2012 as Viewed by its Respondents

    Leonila C. Crisostomo, Rizal Technological University, Philippines

    This study was conducted to ascertain the views and opinions of the faculty and personnel as recipients of the Rizal Technological University (RTU) Graduate School Executive Master’s program as to ... More

    pp. 1-9

  2. Demon Lovers versus Damsels in Distress: An Archetypal Reading of Robert Browning’s <i>My Last Duchess </i>and<i> Porphyria’s Lover</i>

    Nasim Afsari & Elham Omrani, Semnan University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Each literary work has a world of its own and discovering this world may seem undemanding and straightforward. By contrast, the realm of a literary work might be loaded with hints for a reader who ... More

    pp. 10-16

  3. Public Participation in the General Elections of India: An Overview since 1951

    Ramesh Pandita, BGSB University, India

    Democratic process of any country is based on the participation of the public to form the government through their elected representatives, and the nation having an electoral system in place to... More

    pp. 17-34

  4. “Everything in me Lies”

    Razieh S. Falasiri, Shiraz University Eram Square, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Parvin Ghasemi, Shiraz University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    In Sam Shepard's plays, America is full of traditional and mythical symbols. He uses these emblems in order to subvert their meanings and manifest the discrepancies between characters’ living in... More

    pp. 35-51

  5. The Effectiveness of Internal Control Reporting on Improving Financial Reporting

    Shaban Mohammadi, Hakim Nezami University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Ali Shirzad, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This paper explores the views of managers and independent auditors to audit institutes and organizations associated with the need for a new report entitled Report of the useful internal controls... More

    pp. 52-65

  6. Exploring of the Human Capital Depreciation of Ukrainian Labor Migrants Abroad: Results of a Survey

    Oksana Koshulko, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS), Poland

    The article presents the Model of Human Capital depreciation of labor migrants abroad and the depreciation of the existing amount of Human Capital of labor migrants in host countries.The research... More

    pp. 66-72

  7. Research for all, an Initiative to Promote Research in the Mauritian Society

    Nirmal Kumar Betchoo, Université des Mascareignes, Mauritius

    At a time when leaders are globally discussing of the impact of climate change on the environment, it has become a necessity for strategists to think of democratising research to enable the wider... More

    pp. 73-80

  8. The Implementation of the Modal Meanings of the Verb “Should” in the Context

    Oksana Bondar, Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine

    The article is dedicated to the analysis of the modal meanings of the verb “should” and their implementation in a context. The purpose of the study is to determine the factors, both linguistic and ... More

    pp. 81-86

  9. Influence of Selected Factors on CPA Licensure Examination Results

    Carmen C. Herrero, Rizal Technological University, Philippines

    The researcher looked into the factors that affected the performance of Rizal Technological University CPA board examinees on the 2012 licensure examinations to determine the intervention necessary... More

    pp. 87-93

  10. The Relationship between Internal Organizational Trust and Job Engagement in Higher Education

    Gohar Pourahmadi & Arman Ahmadizad, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This research is designed to identify the relationship between internal organizational trust and job engagement in Higher Education of Kurdistan and Islamic Azad Higher Education in Sanandaj. We... More

    pp. 94-101

  11. Imprisonment Penalty and its Inefficacy in Female Rehabilitation

    Hosein Angouraj Taghavi & Nasir Rezaye, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Freedom is a human value cherished in any human society. In criminal law, imprisonment as a penalty denies freedom. Custodial penalty is a sort of punishment believed to keep away criminals from... More

    pp. 102-108

  12. A Marxist Reading of <i>Miss Julie</i>

    Hossein Davari, Shiraz University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Written in the Victorian era, a period noteworthy for its strict ideological dictates, Miss Julie is a sociological play in which the dominant social paradigms control, alienate, and ... More

    pp. 109-118

  13. Forecasting Change Based on Employees’ Work Engagement: Case Study (Civil Servants in Government Organizations in Sanandaj)

    Khaled E'temad, Azad University in Sanandaj, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Hossein Rahmanseresht, Allameh Tabatabaei University in Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The study tries to identify predictors of change acceptance based on work engagement of civil servants in government organizations in Sanandaj. The population of the study is 4235 civil servants in... More

    pp. 119-125

  14. Surveying Relationship between Biorhythm and Making Error in Buying Stock in Tehran Stock Exchange

    Soma Aminvaziri & Mansour Irandoost, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Biorhythm is defined as any repeated pattern of physical, emotional, and intellectual activities which some believe to affect human’s behavior. This article studies relationship between Biorhythm, ... More

    pp. 126-132

  15. Organizational E-Readiness Web: A Model for Evaluating E-Readiness of Iranian Commercial Banks in Order to Develop E-Banking

    Masoud Keimasi & Hasti Chitsazan, University of Tehran, Iraq

    E-banking through mutual benefits for customers and banks has become a necessity in the banking industry nowadays. In spite of this, e-banking has not spread in Iran as it is appropriate.In a... More

    pp. 133-142

  16. Collapsing Time, Chaotic Consciousness: Reading Don DeLillo's<i> Point Omega</i> from the Perspective of Postmodern Gothic

    Mina Ghafoori & Zohreh Ramin, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The intense concerns with time, space and consciousness structure modernist and postmodernist Gothic narratives with the elements been treated much differently in these periods from the previous... More

    pp. 143-149

  17. Sindbad Myth in the Poem by Khalil Hawi

    Nasser Ghasemi Rozveh & Aida Danaye, Tehran University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Extensive use of mystery and myth as a means of expression is one of the most eminent artistic phenomena at new poetry experiences. The reflection of myths in poetry, is the most beautiful and... More

    pp. 150-161

  18. Some Translation Peculiarities of Economic Texts (On the Basis of Economic Texts Translation Form English into Ukrainian)

    Olesia Borysova, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

    This paper deals with some translation peculiarities of economic texts and analyses the ways of rendering economic terms, metaphors and phraseological units, acronyms and names of organizations in ... More

    pp. 162-165

  19. Lexical and Grammatical Means of Expressing Modality in the German Language as one of the Aspects of Teaching a Foreign Language while Training Post-Graduate Students

    Liliya Ponomaryova & Elena Osadcha, Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine

    The aim of the article is to analyze lexical and grammatical means of expressing modality in the literature on technical sciences in German and the ways of their translating. Basing on the aim of... More

    pp. 166-171

  20. Assisted Housing for the Elderly in Mandaluyong City: A Social Enterprise

    Renilda A. Magsino, Ester T. Edralin & Felecitas C. Tuazon, Rizal Technological University, Philippines

    This interdisciplinary, mixed-method research using the explanatory sequential design studied one sector of the elderly community’s living condition in Mandaluyong City to determine the viability... More

    pp. 172-178