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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences

Sep 26, 2013 Volume 7, Number

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Work Life Balance Amongst the Working Women in Public Sector Banks - A Case Study of State Bank of India

    Rajesh K. Yadav & Nishant Dabhade, RKDF College of Engineering, India

    In terms of Indian context, the concern over work-life balance is gradually becoming a common talk especially for women employees. Work life balance is a state of equilibrium in which the demand of... More

    pp. 1-22

  2. Servant Leadership

    Digvijaysinh Thakore, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, India

    The philosophical foundation of servant leadership existed thousands of years ago. Servant leadership is a unique style of leadership ideology which flows against the grain of self-interest human... More

    pp. 23-32

  3. Post-Colonial State and Bureaucracy in Bangladesh: Theoretical Understanding

    Hanif Miah, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

    Bureaucracy is the management apparatus of a state administration. Even in private sector, bureaucratic organization is very much essential for its smooth functioning and betterment. A legalized... More

    pp. 43-54

  4. Socio-Economic Profile of Village Bank Member in Suburban Ankara: Microcredit Mannequin and Assumptions on Microfinance Market of Turkey

    Tomáš Hes, Alena Neradová & Karel Srnec, Czech Agricultural University Prague, Czech Republic

    Turkey harbours one of the greatest untapped microfinance markets in the world. Despite its enormous dormant potential, few studies were undertaken in order to potrait the socio-economic character ... More

    pp. 55-75

  5. Attempt for Explanation of Declining Labor Force Participation of Women in Turkey through Test of Under-Participation Trap Hypothesis, Applied on Microfinance Survey Data

    Tomáš Hes, Alena Neradová & Karel Srnec, Czech Agricultural University Prague, Czech Republic

    Labor markets of Turkey are characterized by low female labor force participation when compared with the OECD, neighbour states and EU averages. Besides, the female labor force participation... More

    pp. 76-85

  6. Youth's Personal Models - Selected Socio-Economic

    Kinga Dziwanska, Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland

    The aim of study was to inverstgatr the preffered by young peoplr of personal models and factors influencing them. The study was conducted in 1999 and 2011 on the sample of high school students ... More

    pp. 96-112

  7. Favela’s as the Total Institutions Particular Type

    Andrzej Borowski, Akademia Pomorska w Słupsku, Poland

    Favela is a place in the social space which is generating amongst their residents staying features typical of persons in total institutions. In Polish reality are functionings three favel’s kinds –... More

    pp. 113-118