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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences

Sep 01, 2015 Volume 58, Number

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Number of articles: 20

  1. Spiritual Quotient and Ethical Values towards Organizational Sustainability

    Sohail Akhtar, Mohd Anuar bin Arshad, Arshad Mahmood & Adeel Ahmed, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

    During the last decade, many organizations were collapsed and had damage their organizational sustainability reason being severe ethical crisis. One of the main reasons affecting organizational... More

    pp. 1-7

  2. The Migration of Qualified Lebanese Women to France

    Suzanne Menhem, Notre Dame University, Lebanon

    Lebanon is defined as a country of emigration and immigration. Whereas previously, emigration was considered a male migration. Gradually, in recent years emigration has evolved and is becoming... More

    pp. 8-17

  3. Constructive Power and Discordant Discourses in Shakespeare’s <i>Antony and Cleopatra</i>

    Abolfazl Mohamadi, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The present paper aims to focus on how the circuit of different discourses in Alexandria and Rome contributes to the subject formation in Antony and Cleopatra. Identity, which acts as... More

    pp. 18-24

  4. Interlocking Factor Market in Agrarian Economy of Sri Lanka

    S.M. Ahamed Lebbe, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

    Informal credit market plays a crucial role in the rural sector in developing countries. Prices of goods and services, in general, in the competitive markets are determined by the market forces but... More

    pp. 25-35

  5. The Comparison of Subjectivism in Idealism with the Suhrawardi's Subjectivism

    Reza Alizade & Mohammad Reza Sarmadi, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This article aims to compare the subjectivism in the school of idealism with the Suhrawardi's school by using the qualitative research method with the content analysis style and came to the... More

    pp. 36-40

  6. Phenomenologic Chippendale Chair: Stephen’s Nightmare

    Amir Abbas Moslemi, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    James Joyce’s hermeneutics of narrative, Husserlian scholars, fictitious theory of history by Stephen Dedalus in Ulysses, interpretation in both terms of modes and meaning, exploration of the... More

    pp. 41-48

  7. Small and Medium Business Management-Financial Sources and Difficulties

    Anthony Abiodun Eniola & Harry Entebang, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

    SMEs has performed an unparalleled role in coming to the Nigeria economic growth and assist as a training ground for entrepreneurs and a provider of solutions to address the challenges of... More

    pp. 49-57

  8. Social Investments as a Tool for Increasing the Social Capital of the Company

    Olga Brezhneva-Yermolenko, Dneprodzerzhinsk State Technical University, Ukraine

    The attention is focused on issues of social capital enterprises as part of the post-Soviet space required to improve management and innovation, sustainable development and economic security.... More

    pp. 58-67

  9. Comparing the Self-Control and Behavioral Problems of Girls in Employed and Unemployed Mothers

    Fahimeh Babanezhad, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This research aims to compare styles of self-control and behavioral problems of girls in employed and unemployed mothers. In this research that was done using casual-comparison method (after events... More

    pp. 68-74

  10. The Specific of the Concept of Truth in the Scripture

    Iulian Faraoanu, University "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Romania

    The theme of this work is represented by the truth’s concept in the Bible. By means of the pages of the Sacred Scripture, God, Truth par excellence, conveys the truth on him and on his plan of... More

    pp. 75-82

  11. “Honour” Killings in Europe as an Effect of Migration Process - Perspective for Poland

    Katarzyna Sadowa, Poland

    In this paper the author analyses the phenomenon of so-called honour killings as an actual problem of European countries. The author shows that the issue is present in Europe as the result of... More

    pp. 83-90

  12. Influence of Migration in Women Emancipation - Case Study from Kosovan Albanian Diaspora

    Mimoza Dushi, University of Pristina

    In many undeveloped Mediterranean countries with few occupational possibilities, international migration from late 1960’s become a matter of government policy, frequently through bilateral... More

    pp. 91-103

  13. Individual Labor Mobility: Categorical Definitions and Priorities of State Regulation in Ukraine

    Olga Zolotaryova, Dneprodzerzhinsk State Technical University, Ukraine

    The purpose of the article to determine the category of "individual labor mobility", to reveal its methodological foundations of research and justify the need for it and the direction of government... More

    pp. 104-112

  14. Didactic Communication as a Form Derived from Communicative Action

    Oana Miruna Oprea, Al. I. Cuza of Iassy, Romania

    In this paper we will approach the issue of didactic communication in terms of communicative action. Thus, we will bring up for discussion the idea that communication and understanding are aspects ... More

    pp. 113-116

  15. Empathic Communication in the Process of Teaching English

    Elena Osadcha, Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine

    The aim of this study is to analyze the ways empathy influences the effectiveness of the process of teaching English. The problem of empathic communication in the educational process is considered.... More

    pp. 117-122

  16. Representation of the Orient in Pasolini’s <i>Arabian Nights</i>

    Roohollah Roozbeh Koohshahee & Alireza Anushirvani, Shiraz University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This article aims at studying the representation of the Orient in Pasolini’s film Arabian Nights(1974). Since this film is a faithful adaptation of Thousand and One Nights it... More

    pp. 123-129

  17. A Critical Revisiting of Robert Frost’s “Neither Out Far Nor In Deep’’

    Shaqayeq Moqari, Semnan University of Iran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This article is going to revisit the poem of Robert Frost entitled Neither Out Nor In Deep”. The poem is open to and invites multiple interpretations. One of the element of the poem is sea which... More

    pp. 130-136

  18. Educational Need Assessment of the Staffs in the Area of Education at the University of Tarbyat Modarres

    Tahereh Hoseini, Mohamad Ehsan Taghizadeh & Mohamad Reza Sarmadi, Payame Noor University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The fundamental goal of this article was to identify and prioritize educational need assessment of the University of Tarbyat Modarres' staffs. The research methodology was in form of field and... More

    pp. 137-143

  19. A Semantical Interpretation of the Post-Electoral Newspaper Reporting in Gaining the Legitimacy from the Citizens: A Case Study of the Newspaper Articles Headlines during the Post-Electoral Period

    Wan Yusoff Wan Shaharuddin & Soo Yin See, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

    This qualitative study focuses on the semantical interpretation of the post-electoral newspaper reporting in gaining the legitimacy from the citizens. The study is being addressed through two... More

    pp. 144-154

  20. Instinct or Society? A Rouseauist Analysis of Corruption in William Golding’s <i>Lord of the Flies</i>

    Adnan Al-Zamili, University of Isfahan, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The present study argues that William Golding’s Lord of the Flies can be read as a manifest for the natural degeneration of human beings, and that human beings are violent and competent by nature. ... More

    pp. 155-158