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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences

May 07, 2015 Volume 51, Number

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Number of articles: 19

  1. Development of Professional Competences in Russia and Lithuania: An Example of Successful International Cooperation in the Field of Adult Education

    Ewa Kula, Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland; Tomasz Maliszewski, Pomeranian University in Słupsk, Poland

    The article presents one of the directions of international cooperation in the field of adult education. It is review of a monographic book on professional competences, prepared jointly by... More

    pp. 1-4

  2. Use of Lecture Method and Concept Mapping Strategies in Enhancing Primary School Pupils Achievement and Retention in Social Studies at Makurdi, Nigeria

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

    This study investigated the use of concept mapping strategy with the lecture teaching method as it affects achievement and retention ability of primary six pupils in social studies. A total of 244 ... More

    pp. 5-10

  3. Comparative Examination of Teachers' Educational Role and Method in the Teaching-Learning Process from the Perspective of John Dewey and Abu Ali Sina

    Jamalahdin Mostafa, Secretary of Education Diwandareh City, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Faranak Ghodsi, Farhangyan University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Rezvan Momenzadeh, Secretary of Education Diwandareh City, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The Teaching-Learning process is a complex, widespread and time consuming task. To this end, the first step is to determine objectives we intend to reach and reaching these objectives necessitates ... More

    pp. 11-18

  4. The Gifted Disabled Student in the Regular and the Special Classroom

    Hanna David, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    The term "special education" is used, in most cases, for the education of children with learning disabilities, emotional problems, behavioral difficulties, severe physical limitations, or... More

    pp. 19-32

  5. The Impact of Work-Life Balance on Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention; the Moderating Role of Continuance Commitment

    Marjan Fayyazi & Farshad Aslani, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Work-life imbalance has several negative impacts on employees’ attitudes and behaviors and consequently influences organizations’ performance and effectiveness. The purpose of this article is to... More

    pp. 33-41

  6. Narration and Historiography in McEwan’s Selected Novels

    Maryam Sedaghat, Isfahan University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    As we saw in these three novels rewriting history may bring change of perspective, ideology and moral awakening for the reader. Linearity of history is challenged through depicting fragmented and... More

    pp. 42-56

  7. Diverging Concepts of the other in Islam: A Comparison between the Original Islamic Perception and Contemporary Muslims’ Practice

    Mohammad Sha’aban Deyab & Gamal Elgezeery, Taibah University, Egypt

    During the time of Prophet Muhammad in Madinah, Muslims’ understanding of the Concept of the other was strictly similar to the one described in the Holy Quranic verses. The Prophet himself provides... More

    pp. 57-71

  8. A Study of Participative Management Method and Suggestion System Explanation in it

    Mohsen Amirinia, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Orkideh Hamedi, Payame Noor Universit, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Abdosamad Amiri, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Participation (P.) is a topic that’s been existed since long back and it’s been needed by man, to cooperate with each other in all affairs. In our country also, P. in Mgt. has been... More

    pp. 72-81

  9. The Relationship between Money, Government Spending and Inflation in the Iranian Economy

    Mohsen Mehrara, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Ahmad Sujoudi, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Inflation is one of the important macroeconomic variables that has a close relationship with many of the real and monetary variables and has unfavorable effects such as loss of productivity,... More

    pp. 89-94

  10. Pay and Job Satisfaction: A Comprehensive Analysis of PTCL after its Privatization

    Removed due to low quality. More

    pp. 95-105

  11. Impact of Corporate Governance on Firm Financial Performance in Islamic Financial Institution

    Najeeb Haider, Ghazi University, Pakistan; Nabila Khan, Indus International Institute DG-Khan, Pakistan; Nadeem Iqbal, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan

    The paper discusses the influence and relationship between corporate governance practices and firm financial performance in Islamic banking sector. Main purpose of this study is to find or identify... More

    pp. 106-110

  12. Corruption in Higher Education of Ukraine

    Oksana Duchak, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland

    In the case of corruption, the young generations’ obtainment of core ethical values may be undermined during the formative years that are critical to the promotion of integrity and accountability... More

    pp. 111-114

  13. Effects of Influential Factors on Entrepreneurial Intention of Postgraduate Students in Malaysia

    Omid Yaghmaei & Iman Ghasemi, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia

    Entrepreneurship leads to massive economic benefits, such as economic growth, reduction in unemployment, and development of economies. Understanding the factors that impact on entrepreneurial... More

    pp. 115-124

  14. Jammu & Kashmir’s Repeated Reaffirmed Faith in the Democratic Setup of India: A Study of the State’s Public Participation in the General Elections of India (1967-2014)

    Ramesh Pandita, BGSB University, India

    Purpose: - The up-rise of social unrest in the state of Jammu & Kashmir (the federal constituent of the Union of India) towards the end of the 20th century with the demand to secede from the... More

    pp. 125-138

  15. Love, Perfection, and Egotism in Janette Oke’s Fictions

    Sayyed Ali Mirenayat & Elaheh Soofastaei, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

    Love is distinguished as a feeling that begins from the lover’s sight to the beloved. In societies in the past, lovers preferred to keep their relationships with the beloved in secret. It means... More

    pp. 139-142

  16. Diversity of Love Relationship in Janette Oke’s Fictions

    Sayyed Ali Mirenayat & Elaheh Soofastaei, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

    Love is used in different ways in literature. The treatment of love in the love stories of Janette Oke are nearly similar and all show the roles that love plays in life of people and how deal with ... More

    pp. 143-146

  17. Abai and Firdowsi

    Seied Mohammad Bagher Kamaladdini, Payam-e-Noor University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Abay Qunanbaev (Qunanbaiuli) was the founder and architect of Kazakh written literature. Since his childhood, he studied religious science and got acquainted with eastern literature, particularly... More

    pp. 147-151

  18. Analysis of Resource-Use Efficiency and Productivity of Residual Soil Moisture Tomato Production in Kaduna State, Nigeria

    A.S.S. Umar, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria; M.B. Abdulkadir, Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Nigeria

    This study was conducted to examine the resource-use efficiency and productivity of residual soil moisture tomato production Kaduna state, Nigeria. Descriptive statistics and production function... More

    pp. 152-157

  19. Masculine Crisis in Ian McEwan’s <i>Enduring Love</i>

    Shafagh Jahanroshan, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Zohreh Ramin, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Masculine crisis has always been with men and presented in masculine studies, but it becomes popular in the post modern era after crucial events such as feminism, the world wars, economical... More

    pp. 158-167