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IJRSS: VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 07 -06- 05 -04 -03  -02- 01

 

VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 07

Title


THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATION IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Author/s ANUAR RASYID, AMIRUDDIN SALEH, HAFIED CANGARA, BUDI WAHYU PRIATNA
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 06 Vol 05. No. 07 — 2015
Abstract

Some research on communication of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been done, but it did not study CSR comprehensively. The aims of this research are to analyze the role of communication in today’s CSR and the role of communication in the CSR comprehensively. This research is using text study / library / literature. . …..

Keywords Role, Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility .
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1 ROLE OF COMMUNICATION

Title


PUBLIC CONVENIENCES AND SANITATION CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING NATIONS: A FOCUS ON AGEGE, LAGOS, NIGERIA

Author/s MICHAEL AJIDE OYINLOYE AND OLAMIJU ISAAC OLUWADARE/td>
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 07- 20 Vol 05. No. 07– 2015
Abstract Public conveniences are crucial infrastructure necessary for social well-being and practical operation of a functioning city. The provision of public toilets has implications for public and individual health. This paper discusses the sanitation challenges of public toilets in commercial and residential areas of Agege, Lagos State, Nigeria. Data was collected through the instrumentality of three sets of structured questionnaires. The questionnaires were administered on government agencies, operators and users of public conveniences in the study area. …….
Keywords Public Toilets; Sanitation Facilities; Environment; Developing Nations; Agege, Nigeria.
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2 SANITATION CHALLENGES

Title

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, INCOME AND AVOID FOOD BEHAVIOR WITH FAMILY NUTRITION WOMEN AWARE OF CHILDREN IN SOUTHERN DISTRICT YAPEN ISLANDS INDONESIA YEAR 2013

 

Author/s SAMUEL PITER IRAB, DOLFINUS BOUWAY, FREDRIK SOKOY
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 21-30 Vol 05. No. 07– 2015
Abstract

Background: Family Literacy Nutrition (KADARZI) which is the vision and mission of the national nutrition program, Kadarzi is a family that behaves nutritionally balanced, able to recognize the nutritional problems of each member of the family and take steps – steps to address nutritional issues in family members.
Objective: To analyze the relationship between education, employment, income and food taboos with Mother Toddler kadarzi behavior.
Method: This descriptive analytic research with cross sectional study design. Population is 1089 children under five and the sample was 551 children under five. Analisisi processing and computerized data using SPSS version 16, with the nonparametric statistical design with Chi – Square (X2).
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Keywords Education, Employment, Income, Food and Behaviour Precepts, Kadarzi
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3 Food and Behaviour Precepts


Title

STUDY DETERMINANTS FACTOR OF SMALL BUSINESS SUCCESS THROUGH BUSINESS STRATEGY AND INNOVATION AT GOWA REGENCY

Author/s HAMSYAH
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 31 – 42 Vol 05. No. 07– 2015
Abstract

The research is aimed to analyzed a direct effect of access to information, the level of competition and business characteristics to Small Business Success and indirect effect through Business Strategy And Innovation At Gowa Regency.
The approach of this research is a quantitative approach and this study using a method of surveying. The location study performed in Gowa Regency in South Sulawesi Province, Population sampling in this study are all small businesses registered in the Department of Cooperatives and SMEs Gowa. Samples were selected randomly (simple random sampling).
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Keywords Access To Information, The Level Of Competition, Business Characteristics, Business Strategy, Innovation And Small Business Success
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4 BUSINESS STRATEGY AND INNOVATION

Title


INTEREST AND SKILLS ON SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS IN INTEGRATION PROGRAM ON LEARNING DISABILITIES AT PRIMARY SCHOOL, PENANG

Author/s CHANDRAMOGAN RAMAIAH, DR MOHD ZURI GHANI, THATCHAYANI SANTRESEKER
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 43- 50 Vol 05. No. 07– 2015
Abstract Teachers of Special Education Programs Integration (PPKI) on learning disabilities categories are special teachers or specifically for students of special needs with learning disabilities. The main goal of this program is to nurture and build the students to be independent, able to self manage, self protective and blend well with the community. Although varied facilities and provisions are allotted in the process of implementing this integration program for learner of special need in primary and secondary schools, nevertheless the role and commitment of teachers in special education program is crucially important in realizing the vision and mission of the Integrated Special Education Program…….
Keywords Special Education Programs Integration (PPKI), Interest, Skill.
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5 Special Education Programs Integration (PPKI)

VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 06

Title


ANALYSIS OF SERVICE QUALITY ON PILGRIMS SATISFACTION AND IMAGE OF HAJJ AND UMRAHS TRAVEL AGENTS IN SOUTH SULAWESI PROVINCE, INDONESIA

Author/s MUHAMMAD ASHDAQ, HARIS MAUPA, MUHAMMAD YUNUS AMAR, IDAYANTI NURSYAMSI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 08 Vol 05. No. 06 — 2015
Abstract

This study aims to investigate the effects of service quality on pilgrims satisfaction and image of hajj and Umrah travel agents in South Sulawesi Province. This is a cross-sectional research with 378 respondents of pilgrims that have travelled for hajj and Umrah in 2010-2014 by using hajj and Umrah travel agents in South Sulawesi. Samples are randomly selected in four big cities in South Sulawesi, namely Makassar, Palopo, Pare-pare and Bone. Variables of this research are service quality as independent variable, satisfaction of pilgrims as intervening variable and image of hajj and . …..

Keywords Service Quality, Pilgrims Satisfaction, Travel Agent Image.
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1 IJRSS-SERVICE QUALITY ON PILGRIMS SATISFACTION

 


Title


ANALYSIS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP DIMENSIONS ON DYNAMIC CAPABILITY FOR SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION IN REGIONAL BANK OF SULSELBAR

Author/s  NUR FITRIAYU MANDASARI, ABD. RAHMAN KADIR, ABD. RAHMAN LABA, MAAT PONO
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 09- 19 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract This study aims to investigate the role of strategic leadership in managing and empowering organization resources, as well as to review the effect of knowledge management as the constituent factor of organization dyamic capability which contributes to the success of organization strategy implementation in Regional Bank of PT. Bank Sulselbar, particularly in branches and work units spread in South Sulawesi, West Sulawesi and Jakarta. A sample of 115 leaders of Upper and Middle Managers in Bank Sulselbar was selected and administered 80-items …….
Keywords

Knowledge Management, Strategic Leadership, Dynamic Capability, Strategy Implementation.

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2 IJRSS – KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

Title

USING MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE AND KANSEI ENGINEERING TO EXPLORE RESEARCH METHODS ON THE WEB PAGE LATOUT

Author/s CHEN-YUAN LIU, PEI-YU LIAO2
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 20-26 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract Electronic commerce is an entry interface of hyperlinks for presenting a website’s information to visitors, which is mostly concerned with human perception in terms of users’ comprehension and mental demands. The visual effect of web banner and content advertisements are especially important in electronic commerce interface design and assume a marketing strategy. With the prosperous growth of electronic commerce, cascading style sheets framework supply designers the structure of website and modeling template, website towards cross-platform and be used extensively in other web devices. This paper aim to derive website page styles from design factors of essential web framework and accord with the demands of the market, and pursue to provide a model for web image design which meets customers’ needs. . ….
Keywords

Electronic commerce, Cascading Style Sheets, Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), Kansei engineering, Web image design

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3 IJRSS- Electronic commerce


Title

SURVEY THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DESTINATION IMAGE, TOURIST SATISFACTION AND DISTINATION LOYALTY

Author/s SAHAND HOSSEINI, M.A.
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 27 – 43 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to develop an integrated model to examine the theoretical and empirical evidence on the causal relationships among destination image, tourist trait and overall satisfaction, to Iranian domestic tourists’ destination loyalty. Data were collected from tourists of Uremia city and analyzed utilizing a structural equation modeling approach. The results supported the proposed destination loyalty model: (1) destination image directly influenced trait of satisfaction; the findings reveal that the impact of destination image on tourist loyalty is significant. Similarly, the image has an effect on tourist loyalty, which is followed by affective image and cognitive image. (2) Destination image
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Keywords

Destination image; Destination loyalty; Tourist satisfaction; Trait of satisfaction

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4 IJRSS- Tourist satisfaction


Title


THE CREATIVE INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MOUSE

Author/s RUI-LIN LIN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 44- 47 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract There are new laptop designs being developed constantly. Yet, designs and functions of mice have not yet kept up with the trend of technology. For this reason, in this study, the teachers and the student had discussed face-to-face and performed video conferences for the design and development of innovative mouse products……
Keywords

Innovative Product, Product Design, Design and Development.

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5 IJRSS- Innovative Product

Title


THE EFFECT OF BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT TO COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES THROUGH ALLIANCE STRATEGY AND PRODUCT INNOVATION IN PRINT MEDIA INDUSTRY IN SOUTH SULAWESI

Author/s Syamsu Alam
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 48 – 60 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract Purpose: Identifying and analyzing the influence directly and significant of the business environment for strategic alliances and product innovation, studying and analyzing the influence of the business environment both directly and indirectly through strategic alliances and product innovation for competitive advantage, and determining and analyzing the influence directly and significant strategic alliance on competitive advantage, identifying and analyzing the effect directly and significant product innovation on competitive advantage
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Keywords

Business Environment, Competitive Advantage, Alliance Strategy, and Product Innovation

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6 IJRSS- Business Environment

Title


MEANING IN AMBIENT MEDIA ADVERTISING;
A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS APPROACH
(CASE STUDY: MIRACLE AESTHETIC CLINIC AMBIENT MEDIA ADVERTISEMENT)

Author/s WEGIG MURWONUGROHO, YASRAF AMIR PILIANG
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 61 – 69 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract Meaning does not contained in advertisements’ visual signs, it is inside the mind of the beholder. References that have been read or experiences that have been passed will construct context which affects the depth of meaning. The signification purported to ambient media as an advertisement alternative affected by the environment of the ambient media. Physical environment as well as human actions became the part of ambient media’s visual element. Right now, the signification is not bound by the advertisement media as a sole object, but it is being correlated with the advertisement field where the ambient media being placed. Miracle Aesthetic Clinic’s “……
Keywords

ambient media, advertising, modality, beauty ideology, myth

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7 IJRSS- AMBIENT MEDIA ADVERTISING

Title

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST ALUMNI IN GREATER ACCRA’S PERCEPTION OF THEIR ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Author/s SALLY ABENA BAAFI-FRIMPONG
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 70 – 78 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract This study was to find out the perception of university of Cape Coast alumni in the Greater Accra region of Ghana regarding their alumni association. Descriptive research design was adopted to guide the study and a sample size of 120 was used to respond to questionnaire and interview guide……
Keywords

Alumni; alma matter; UCC; perception; association

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8 IJRSS- ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Title THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS ON THE HOTEL PERFORMANCE IN ROMANIA
Author/s Maria Radu , PhD
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 78 – 84 Vol 05. No. 06– 2015
Abstract

The purpose of this research is focused on the perception of environmental aspects in hotel industry and reporting the results of the survey carried out within the

Romanian hotel companies. The results of this research highlights the influence of various environmental management practices, both at the level of appreciation and at

the level of usage, over financial performance, this being expressed through the annual average level of employment, based on a sample of hotels in Romania.

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Keywords

performance, sustainability, environmental management, empirical analysis

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9 IJRSS- environmental management

VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 05

Title


DOMINATION OF MURABAHA FINANCING OF ISLAMIC MICROFINANCE IN DEVELOPED AND UNDERDEVELOPED AREAS IN BOGOR REGENCY

Author/s ROFIQOH FERAWATI, BAMBANG JUANDA, YUSMAN SYAUKAT, DEDDY S BRATAKUSUMAH
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 18 Vol 05. No. 05 — 2015
Abstract Islamic Microfinance (IMFIs) is an alternative for micro business to access financing that easier than that of from banks. IMFIs, on its early stage, offer different system than the conventional micro financial institutions with their “core product”, which is the profit sharing system. However, over time, the core product shows less expected development than other products using buy and sell system known as murabaha. The murabaha system dominates financing product of ninety percent of IMFIS in Indonesia. Similar percentage also occurs in Bogor Regency. This research aims to study the domination of murabaha financing in developed and underdeveloped areas in Bogor Regency and factors influencing preference of micro businesses toward murabaha financing. The model used in the research is descriptive analysis and Logit Multinominal. . …..
Keywords

Islamic Microfinance, Multinomial Logit, Murabaha, Micro Business

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1 MURABAHA FINANCING

Title A COMPARISON OF ABSORPTION COSTING AND ACTIVITY BASED COSTING SYSTEMS THROUGH AN OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM
Author/s ARIKAN TARIK SAYGILI, CEVDET ALPTEKIN KAYALI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 19- 26 Vol 05. No. 05– 2015
Abstract Accounting Information System (AIS) relied on for production of meaningful, reliable and timely data that will be used for various managerial decisions is an extremely important component of Management Information System (MIS). Actually, some of the most crucial data used by managers either processed through or provided by AIS. In order to have an AIS that will produce reliable data, its components and tools & techniques to be used within this system need to be chosen and system need to be designed carefully. In this study, it is aimed to show the importance of costing systems that are subsystems of AIS for providing reliable information …….
Keywords

Traditional Costing Systems, Activity Based Costing System, Cost Driver

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2 ACTIVITY BASED COSTING SYSTEMS

Title

FACTORS AFFECTING BOOK SELECTION IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

Author/s HABEEB OMOTUNDE, ALEX TZE HIANG SIM, MARYAM AHMED
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 27-33 Vol 05. No. 05– 2015
Abstract With the rapid development of rival media as the preferred source for knowledge acquisition, libraries needs to justify and register their continuous contribution to the academic enterprise as it is regarded as a center-piece for the institution’s effectiveness. Although, the academic libraries in higher institutions are richly endowed with scholarly materials especially books which largely aid knowledge acquisition but patrons suffer from negative effects ranging from fatigue during book searches to information overload etc. Therefore, they often turn to other media outlets for required materials. This could reduce patronage from the academic community thereby negatively affecting and discouraging further investment in the academic library. . ….
Keywords

Library Information System, Academic libraries, search pattern, book selection criteria

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3 ACADEMIC LIBRARIES


Title

POLITICAL COMMUNICATION IN DECISION MAKING: MODEL OF PRIMA TANI INTO PROGRAM AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY IN BALI PROVINCE, INDONESIA

Author/s IWAN SETIAJIE ANUGRAH, SARWITITI SARWOPRASODJO, KEDI SURADISASTRA, NINUK PURNANINGSIH
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 34 – 45 Vol 05. No. 05– 2015
Abstract

Political communication plays an important part in decision-making processes and to encourage commitments of local government leaders and organizers of agricultural sector development of the concerned regions. The policy transformation process of “Prima Tani” model by the provincial government of Bali Province to be the “Simantri” program and regional agricultural development policy. Some important findings indicate that policy formulation process is carried out through vertical and horizontal communications, in relation to institutional and program integration, as well as technical managerial and strategic decision making. Community’s participation was mobilized more as program approaches.
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Keywords

Political Communication, Decision Making, Development Policy, Prima Tani, Simantri, Bali.

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4 POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

Title


IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS OF VANDALISTIC BEHAVIORS AMONG THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF THE DISTRICTS OF SOUTH OF TEHRAN

 

Author/s Dr. GHONCHEH RAHEB, ALIREZA KHANI, MOSA ZADEH ABD-OL-NASER
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 46- 54 Vol 05. No. 05– 2015
Abstract Statement of the problem: Vandalism is a psycho-social problem that harms public places drastically. In order to cope with this problem, the influential factors should be investigated. This study aims to investigate the effective factors in vandalistic behaviors committed by youngsters.
Methodology: This study is a correlational research. The population includes all the high school students of the districts of education system schools of south of Tehran. The selected sample was clusters of 400 male and female students. The instruments were researcher-made questionnaire with closed questions……
Keywords

vandalism, family bonds, relationship with vandals, being ignored, social detachment and observation of vandalistic behaviors

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5 VANDALISTIC BEHAVIORS


Title


EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING ON EMPLOYMENT THROUGH INVESTMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE EASTERN AND WESTERN INDONESIA

Author/s 1MATIUS IRSAN KASAU, 2HJ. RAHMATIAH, 3H. MADRIS, 4SULTAN SUHAB
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 55 – 64 Vol 05. No. 05– 2015
Abstract Indonesia is a country consisting of 34 provinces with a touch of economic development, in particular uneven employment opportunities in the entire region. According to the theory of causality or dependency theory, unpredictable factors such as the primary key economic and government spending and investment did not provide equitable influence and impact on the growth of job opportunities in Eastern Indonesia (KTI) and the Western Region of Indonesia (KBI).
This study aimed to analyze the effect of government spending and investment towards job opportunities in Eastern and at the KBI both direct and indirect as well as the total influence in both regions. The data used is secondary data, quantitative shaped panel data from
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Keywords

Government Spending, Investment, Employment, KTI and KBI

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6 GOVERNMENT SPENDING

Title

ANALYSIS OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH PRIVATE HIGH EDUCATION SERVICE QUALITY AND DIFFERENTIATION

Author/s KURNIATY, OSMAN LEWANGKA, SUMARDI, JUSNI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 65 – 70 Vol 05. No. 05– 2015
Abstract The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of service quality and differentiation for competitive advantage private high education. This research was conducted in Makassar by taking a sample of Private school students . Technique data collecting by interview and questionnaire. Data were analyzed quantitatively by using structural equation models……
Keywords

Competitive Advantage , Quality Service, Differentiation

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VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 04

Title


IT GOVERNANCE AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE

Author/s Dr. FIRAS M. ALKHALDI, Dr. MINWER M. WRAIKAT
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 14 Vol 05. No. 04 — 2015
Abstract IT governance as a mechanism to enhance their performance as clearly in the case of E-government in Jordan depended on a good infrastructure in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This research investigates the Jordanian public sector readiness to implement IT Governance concepts, in order to enhance performance in Jordanian public sector organizations. Quantitative method is adopted for answering the research questions. . …..
Keywords

IT Governance, Performance, Accountability, Transparency, Predictability

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1 ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE


Title

PEMEKARAN WILAYAH (REGIONAL DIVISION) AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CENTRALS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH (STUDY AT BAUBAU CITY OF SOUTH EAST SULAWESI PROVINCE AND TASIKMALAYA CITY OF WEST JAVA PROVINCE)

Author/s EBED HAMRI1, EKA INTAN KUMALA PUTRI2, HERMANTO J. SIREGAR4, DEDDY S. BRATAKUSUMAH5
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 15- 29 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract The research was conducted at Baubau and Tasikmalaya cities. Those cities are small cities resulted from regional autonomy in 2001 and has developed into a central of economic growth at Southeast Sulawesi Islands, Southeast Sulawesi Province and East Priangan, West Java Province. The research aimed to analyze the development of regional economic structure and superior sector which was the economic competitiveness of the regional, analyze the economic interaction and attractiveness of Baubau and Tasikmalaya cities toward their hinterland areas. Analysis method and research result showed that result from Klassen Typology Analysis of Southeast Sulawesi Islands indicated that Baubau, Wakatobi Regency and North Buton Regency were belong to …….
Keywords

regional autonomy, klassen typology, entropy diversity, location quotient, gravity model, growth center.

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2 ECONOMIC GROWTH

Title

LINKING ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION AND PERFORMANCE: STIMULATING EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT LINK COMPANIES

Author/s LILY JULIENTI ABU BAKAR, ARTINI AHMAD, ROSLI MAHMOOD, DARWINA ARSHAD, RIZAL RAZALLI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 30-40 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract The Malaysian Government has acquired a large shareholding in several Malaysian companies to meet national aspirations, social concerns and global challenges. Known as ‘Government-Linked Companies’ or GLCs, they play a vital role in the country’s economy. For the GLCs to sustain in the industry it is operated, it has to find ways to optimize the best practices in entrepreneurial orientation (EO) that can improve its organization competencies, particularly the performance. The data were collected from the firms meeting the criteria of government linked companies or GLCs . ….
Keywords

Entrepreneurial orientation; Performance

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3 ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION

Title

EXAMINE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRICING STRATEGY AND MARKET CAPABILITIES

Author/s MOHAMMAD MORADOAN; MOJTABA SOUFI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 41 – 55 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract

The main purpose of this research is the relationship between market capabilities and Pricing strategy in Industry. Data were collected from 210 industries through a questionnaire. Result show that pricing strategies has a significant effect on marketing capabilities aspects, i.e. there is significant relationship between pricing strategies and marketing capabilities aspects. Standard coefficients for causal relationship between pricing strategies and marketing capabilities aspects show that customer relationship management is 0.433, differentiate products is 0.391, customers service is 0.267,
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Keywords

price, pricing strategy, marketing, marketing capability

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4 PRICING STRATEGY

Title

THE INVISIBLE POWER OF LOCAL DEMOCRACY
IN NEGLASARI

Author/s IYEP SAEFULRAHMAN, LALA M. KOLOPAKING, ENDRIATMO SUTARTO, SADU WASISTIONO
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 56- 65 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract Village democracy as democracy at the local level course is different from democracy in supra-village level. The difference mainly lies in the base value or traditional uses. At the empirical level, village democracy in Neglasari turns out to date to apply two base value is the local tradition and liberal. Though it has been years of State (Government) with its policies seek to introduce and embed the liberal democratic tradition in the village, both in decision-making and village elections in particular and in governance in general……
Keywords

Democracy Village, Tradition Democracy, and custom of Naga.

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5 Invisible Power in Local democracy

Title


A BRIEF REVIEW: COMMUNITY SOCIAL MOBILITY JAYAPURA SPECIAL AUTONOMY ERA IN PAPUA 2014

Author/s AVE LEFAAN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 66 – 72 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract This study focuses attention on the problem of how social mobility Jayapura city during the era of special otnomi Papua. The dynamics of Jayapura city community feels increasingly eskalatif following the enactment of Law No. 21 of 2001 on Special Autonomy for Papua. This study uses the method of field research (field research) with data collection through observation, interview, and documentation. The results show that social mobility vertically indigenous
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Keywords

social mobility, political dynamics, the special autonomy

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6 COMMUNITY SOCIAL MOBILITY

Title


STRATEGY AND ANALYSIS ON ECONOMIC BEHAVIOUR OF RICE FARMER HOUSEHOLD IN SOUTH SULAWESI PROVINCE IN INDONESIA

Author/s MISBAHUDDIN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 73 – 84 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract The research aims to measure and analyze the minimum standard of optimum land area (land operation)of rice farmer household, economic behavior, income of family labors in rice farming, condition of production capacity of rice farming, consumption need of rice farmer household in South Sulawesi, as well as formulate the proper strategy to raise rice farmer’s welfare.
Tool of analysis used to measure the land operation, income of family labors, as well as production capacity is Z score, whereas the strategy formulation uses SWOT…….
Keywords

Economic Behavior, Optimum Land Area, Rice Farmers’ Income and Welfare

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7 ECONOMIC BEHAVIOUR

Title


EXAMINING CHANGES IN THE RESTAURANT MENU AND ITS IMPACT ON CONSUMER CHOICE BEHAVIOR

Author/s MOSLEM AMJADI , SEYYED ARMAN RASTAD
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 85 – 95 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract

The present review investigates changes in the restaurant menu and its impact on consumer choice behavior. This study is an experimental and has been conducted in Iran. In this research, one restaurant was chosen and by making four targeted changes in price, layout, images and inserting calories in restaurant menus, the behaviors of 1000 customers in 5 non-consecutive weeks,
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Keywords

restaurant menu, choice the behavior of customers, price, layouts, backgrounds, amount of calories

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8 CONSUMER CHOICE BEHAVIOR

Title


CONSIDERING THE VOICE AND SILENCE EMPLOYEE AS DISTINCT CONSTRUCTS: RECOGNITION DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN FORMS OF SILENCE BASED ON DIFFERENT MOTIVES

Author/s GHADER HOSSEINZADEH , SOMAYEH GHODRAT , MOHAMMAD REZA FATHI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 96 – 117 Vol 05. No. 04– 2015
Abstract This studies, examine the voice and silence of employee as distinct constructs. As shown in this study, silence based specifically on pro-social motivation did not emerge from the inductive investigation in Study 1. This may be due to declining assumptions related with silence in the workplace, which eliminate respondents from thinking about this type of silence. This also may be due to the expectation of benefits sometimes related with performing pro-social behaviors and that because of the concealed nature of silence; people would not expect this type of pro-social behavior to result in the related benefits.
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Keywords

Iran; employee silence; organizational silence; employee voice

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9 organizational silence

VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 03

Title


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGICAL HARDINESS AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION

Author/s MEHRNOOSH HEDAYATI, PEYMAN KHAEEZ
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 01 – 09 Vol 05. No. 03 — 2015
Abstract The present paper aims at investigating the relationship between psychological hardiness and achievement motivation of employees in Iran Marin Industrial Company (Sadra). 200 out of 400 employees in different sections were randomly selected and after describing the research purposes, two questionnaires of Ahvaz psychological hardiness measurement and Herman’s achievement motivation were presented to them. The data were collected and statistical tests were analyzed afterwards. . …..
Keywords

Psychological hardiness, Achievement Motivation, Gender, Academic level

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1 ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION


Title

A SURVEY ON THE EFFECTS OF CAPITAL BUDGETING AND COST OF CAPITAL ON THE CAPITAL STRUCTURE (CASE STUDY: FIRMS ACCEPTED IN TEHRAN STOCK EXCHANGE)

Author/s Hamid Reza Vakili Fard, Mahmud Rahmani
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 10- 18 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract The aim of this study is to analyz the effects of capital budgeting and capital costs on the capital structure of firms accepted in Tehran stock exchange. The statical population of this research is covering a firms accepted in Tehran stock exchange from 2008 to 2014. By using a random sampling methods, 110 firms were selected for this study. …….
Keywords

Financial leverage, capital budgeting, capital Costs, Capital structure

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2 CAPITAL BUDGETING


Title

SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
OF SEBUKU STRAIT AT KOTABARU REGENCY,
SOUTH KALIMANTAN

 

Author/s AMARULLAH, SETIA HADI, TRIDOYO KUSUMASTANTO, ACHMAD FAHRUDIN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 19- 32 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract

Regional development at Sebuku Strait through the utilization of existing potential, which is productive coastal resources of renewable resource, non-renewable resource or environment services, is expected to refer to the principle of sustainable development. This research aims to find out the status of sustainability index of Sebuku Strait. Sustainability analysis on Sebuku Strait area is using Multi Dimentional Scalling (MDS) method adopted from Rapfish (Rapid Appraisal of Fisheries) or in this research it is called Rap-Sebuku. Rap-Sebuku is a sustainability estimation technique on five dimensions with attributes that are easy to be valuated based on time and cost consideration and applied in various multidiscipline valuation aspects. Indicators representing sustainable regional development consist of five dimensions: ecology, economy, social, technology and institution. . ….

Keywords regional development, renewable resource, non-renewable resource, environmental services and sustainability
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Title

LIVELIHOOD ASSETS AFFECTING THE SUCCESS OF FISHERMAN’S HOUSEHOLDS MOVING OUT OF POVERTY

Author/s DARWIS, ELFINDRI, SYAFRIZAL, MAHDI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 33 – 42 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract

A researh has conducted to find out the aswere of ‘“Why a few of fishermen’s household successfully moving out of poverty (escaped from trap of poverty) while most of them still remain in poverty trap’, is a an important feedback dealing with fishermen’ s household empowerment. Specifically, this researh aims to compare the performance of the ownership and management of livelihood assets ranging from initial conditions, among households of fishermen who are still poor with success fishing households moving out of poverty this time; and to determine the effect of variables ownership and management of livelihood asset toward the success of households of fishermen moving out of poverty. The result of the research are: 1) there is not different the ownership of livelihood assets between the fishermen’s household that are still in poverty trap and the fishermen’s household moving out of poverty;
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Keywords Fisherman’s Household, Livelihood Assets, Moving Out of Poverty
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Title

EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND PLANNING IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

 

Author/s ARCHANA SWATI NJOKU
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 43- 47 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract

This research study is on the basis of the educational policy and planning in Nigeria. The pattern of education system and qualitative New policy have been advocated the method of adopting national five year plain was use by using a soft ware computer package on the Neg library sub routine for programme to bring out the relationship component on education.

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Keywords Education policy, planning Nigerian.
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5 Education Policy


Title


TRAINGING MIX AND ITS CONSEQUENCES AMONG MARKETING EXECUTIVES: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY

 

Author/s D. VINOTH, DR. M. RAMESH
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 48 – 55 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract

The purpose of this study is to identify the appropriate training mix for marketing executives in pharma executives in Tamil Nadu, India. The success of training depends on the correct implementation of all steps of the process, analysis on training needs, development and implementation of an adequate training plan and evaluation. The organisational commitment among the employees is one of the important effectiveness of any training programme conducted
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Keywords Training mix, pharma executives, organisational commitment, evaluation
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Title


TARGETING THE SEX TOY MARKET: SOME PRELIMINARY FINDINGS

 

Author/s LIN FAN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 56 – 64 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract This paper looks at the motivations of sex toy users across the world. There is an extremely fast-growing market for such items, and yet a paucity of academic researchto understand it. In an initial attempt to provide directions for effective segmentation, four segments are distinguished and described, along with significantdifferences in terms of motivations behind decision-making.
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Keywords Sexy toys, online shopping, motivation, segmentation, targeting.
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7 Entertainment Management

Title


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING READINESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL CREATIVE THINKING EFFECTIVENESS

 

Author/s MIN-HUEI, CHIEN ; LIEN-HSIANG, TSAI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 65 – 71 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between readiness for self-directed learning and

organizational creative thinking effectiveness. The hypotheses that guided this investigation related to the relationship

between readiness for self-directed learning and organizational creative thinking effectiveness in several companies in

Taiwan.
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Keywords

Self-Directed Learning, organizational creative thinking

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Title


DEVIANT BEHAVIORS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS:
A TEST OF THE EFFECTS OF DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS ON SCHOOL VIOLENCE

 

Author/s AVDI S. AVDIJA, PH.D. AND OBANG O. JOBI, PH.D. CANDIDATE
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 72 – 81 Vol 05. No. 03– 2015
Abstract This study examines the relationship between disciplinary actions taken by school officials against students and schoolviolence. The outcome variable, which is school violence, is measured in terms of the number of violent and non-violentcrimes committed by students in public schools. The key finding in this study is that the selected variables we included inthis study are important correlates of school violence. Consistent with most prior studies,
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Keywords

School violence, disciplinary actions, violent crimes, non-violent crimes, deviance.

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VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 02

Title

ANALYSIS OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES ON HOUSEHOLD’S SOCIAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN LUWEERO: A CASE

STUDY OF VEDCO IN KATIKAMU SUB-COUNTY

Author/s PALUKU KAZIMOTO , KARUHANGA SILVER
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 01 – 11 Vol 05. No. 02 — 2015
Abstract The study was conducted in Katikamu Sub-county, Luwero district on Non Governmental Organizations intervention and their perceived impact on households’ socio-economicstatus. The specific objectives were; to assess the VEDCO interventions to households, to establish the perceived level of household socio-economic status, and todetermine the perceived relationship between VEDCO interventions and the level of households’ socio-economic status in Katikamu Sub-county. The study hypothesizedthat; there is no significant perceived relationship between VEDCO interventions and the level of household’s socio-economic status in Katikamu Sub-county. The studyapplied descriptive and correlational research design using qualitative and quantitative research approaches. . …..
Keywords

Non-Government organization activities, Households, Socio-Economic development, Katikamu Sub-County

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1 NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES

 

Title


INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUPPLY CHAIN QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

Author/s HAMID ROSTAMI ROOEINTAN, FAKHRADDIN MAROOFI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 12- 26 Vol 05. No. 02– 2015
Abstract Supply chain quality management and knowledge management (KM) has become key strategic tool for all companies, especially in the current competitive environment.Reviewing the literature, we found many studies that analyze the crucial role played by KM initiatives as determinants of the success of Supply chain qualitymanagement. Moreover, we found also diverse studies that show high rates of failure when implementing that strategy, so there is still no integrated conceptualframework to guide companies to their successful implementation. The main contribution is that having knowledge management capabilities is not sufficient for thesuccess of Supply chain quality management, but there are other factors to consider. In this paper, with data of …….
Keywords

Knowledge management, Supply chain quality management; Organizational performance; Structural equation model

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2 SUPPLY CHAIN QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT


Title

CHILD RIGHTS, CHILD LABOUR AND ISLAM: THE CASE OF MUSLIMS IN THE TAMALE METROPOLIS, GHANA

 

Author/s SEIDU AL-HASSAN, ABDULAI ABUBAKARI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 27- 36 Vol 05. No. 02– 2015
Abstract The experience of Ghana shows that child labour and child rights are intricately linked and constitute a complex phenomenon. This paper interrogates the knowledge,attitude and practices of Muslims on child rights and child labour in the Tamale Metropolis. Using a participatory data collection technique; interviews and focusgroup discussions, the study found that Muslims have a good understanding of child rights and work tried strenuously to guide against these rights. . ….
Keywords

Child rights, child labour, Muslim, attitude, knowledge

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3 Child rights and child Labor

Title

GENDER DIFFERENCE ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ELEMENTS TOWARDS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG GIFTED STUDENTS IN SAUDI ARABIA

Author/s Al- Sahafi Faisal, Dr Mohd Zuri Bin Ghani
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 37 – 51 Vol 05. No. 02– 2015
Abstract This research examines gender difference on emotional intelligence elements towards academic achievement among gifted students in Saudi Arabia. The researcher examinesthe gender difference on self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skill on academic achievement among gifted students in the study area. Thediscussion in the study is base on the theoretical framework of the emotional intelligence Theory Goleman’s (1995), the Mayer and Salovey Model (1995) and achievementmotivation Theory. These theories are appropriate for the study because they allow the reader to understand how academic achievement is significantly influenced byemotional intelligence elements among gifted students in Saudi Arabia. A total of 150 respondents were involved in the quantitative study comprising of male and femalegifted students whereby 10 teachers and 30 gifted students were used for qualitative study.
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Keywords

Gender Difference, Emotional Intelligence Elements, Academic Achievement, Gifted Students

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4 GENDER & EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Title


SOCIAL CAPITAL IN PROJECT-BASED ORGANIZATIONS: ITS ROLE, STRUCTURE, AND IMPACT ON PROJECT PERFORMANCE

Author/s MILAD ABDOLMAHAMMADI, FAKHRADDIN MAROOFI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 52- 62 Vol 05. No. 02– 2015
Abstract The goal of this research is to provide evidence about the role of social capital within project-based organizations. We collected primary data via sociometricquestionnaires on 48 projects in the construction field of Jehad naser firm at Kermanshah city. The analysis has been conducted to study the distinctive structuralconfiguration of projects’ social capital, among which we emphasize the role of network cohesion and network range. Our finding show that social relations producebenefits that directly affect single projects, the extension of such benefits to the whole
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Keywords

Project-based organizations; Social capital; Performance; Knowledge integration; Organizational design

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Title


ANALISYS OF SOCIOLOGY DESIGN IN SETTLEMENTS
KAUMAN YOGYAKARTA

Author/s CAMA JULI RIANINGRUM, AGUS SACHARI, AND IMAM SANTOSA
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 63- 71 Vol 05. No. 02– 2015
Abstract Kauman settlement, located inside the complex of Kraton Yogyakarta (Palace of Yogyakarta) in Indonesia, is an urban village settlement offering a sanctuary peace and tranquillity in the midst of the hustle and bustle of urban Yogyakarta. The settlement is nearly three centuries old and over time has developed a new set of social norms of its residents while maintaining traditional Javanese and Islamic values. Since its establishment in 1775 to the present day, Kauman settlement has maintained its physical and non-physical originality. Physically, maintenance of traditional Javanese architecture is seen in the layout of the
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Keywords

Javanese cultural values, Kauman settlement, Sociology, Design

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IJRSS: VOLUME 5 ISSUE: 01-


Title

THE CULTURE OF REPORTING CRIMES IN MEXICO

Author/s RENÉ LOZANO-CORTÉS, MARIBEL LOZANO-CORTÉS, FERNANDO CABRERA-CASTELLANOS
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 01 – 08 Vol 05. No. 01 — 2015
Abstract Available data show that a great number of crimes are not reported in Mexico: most people think that reporting a crime is a waste of time, and moreover victims do not trust the judicial system. As a consequence, we do not really know the crime and the victims. . …..
Keywords Crimes, Citizen Crime Reporting, Crime Statistics, Mexico.
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1 CULTURE OF REPORTING CRIMES

Title


IMPACT OF ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION, CONSUMPTION AND IMPORT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN TURKEY

 

Author/s FERHAN SAYIN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 09- 21 Vol 05. No. 01– 2015
Abstract

It is obligatory for Turkey to develop energy generation policies which would enable it to cope with the energy demand increasing with economic growth. The aim of this

study is to define the theoretical and econometrical relation between energy and economic growth which needs to be revealed to develop policies for the resolution of

this problem. After examining the empirical studies carried out in the world and in Turkey to the extent possible, the study applies Vector Autoregressive (VAR) model

to examine the relation between electric power generation, its import, consumption and economic growth in Turkey between 1975 and 2013. …….

Keywords Electrical energy, economic growth, Vector Autoregressive (VAR) Model, Turkey.
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2 ECONOMIC GROWTH IN TURKEY

Title

STUDY OF ADVANTAGE FACTORS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES

 

Author/s CHIN-CHIUAN LIN, TE-TSAI LU
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 22- 28 Vol 05. No. 01– 2015
Abstract

The purpose of present study is tried to find the advantage factors of the social networking sites (SNS). The questionnaire study 1007 responses of three populations

(English, Spanish, and Vietnamese speaking) among Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter users. Results indicated that the Facebook is the most popular SNS and over 59%

responses preferred. Touch with friends (79%) is the most prefer function of the SNS users. Play games (26%), find jobs (24%), and read news (23%) are also the prefer

functions . ….

Keywords Social Networking Sites, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter.
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3 ADVANTAGES OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES

Title

GENDER AND HIGHER EDUCATION OF SOCIO-CULTURAL AND POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT RELEVANCE IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY NIGERIA

Author/s ARCHANA SWATI NJOKU, PROF. PAUL C. NJOKU
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 29 – 31 Vol 05. No. 01– 2015
Abstract

In this study an attempt is made to analyse the relevance of general gender and higher education in a development country such as Nigeria. It is realized that many of

the highly developed Nations which have a long tradition of formal and non- formal education have succeeded in large measure in overcoming many of their Nationals

problems such as poverty ignorance diseases social and political issues through a deliberate education policy and a programme of national development
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Keywords gender, higher education, social cultural political issues.
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4 gender and higher education

Title


HATAY ISSUE WITHIN THE SCOPE OF TURKISH-FRENCH RELATIONS

 

Author/s MÜZEHHER YAMAÇ.
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 32- 43 Vol 05. No. 01– 2015
Abstract

Sanjak Alexandretta which was added to the borders of the National Pact during the War of Independence remained within the borders of Syria via Ankara Treaty,

providing ceasefire with France and determining Turkish-Syrian border on 20 October 1921, however a “private administration regime” was provided for the Sanjak, and

both Sanjak Alexandretta and Syria were mandated by France. Turkish government wanted the Sanjak Alexandratta,to be given independence as Syria and Lebanon.Turkey

took the conflict to the League of Nations.

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Keywords Sanjak , Hatay, Mandate, Turkey, France , Syria
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5 TURKISH-FRENCH RELATIONS

Title EVALUATION THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING AND MARKET INFORMATION PROCESSING IN BANDAR IMAM PETROCHEMICAL COMPANY 
Author/s MOHAMMAD ERFAN DIVALAEI FAKHRADDIN MAROOFI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 44- 56 Vol 05. No. 01– 2015
Abstract In this paper, we hypothesize that business process performance is an increasing function of (1) the firm’s level of business process interaction and (2) the use of formal processes for collecting and utilizing market information. We also hypothesize that these linkages will be stronger among business process serving emerging markets. We test these hypotheses using data collected from business process located in the Bandar emam at mah shar. Our findings indicate that, regardless of market condition, formal processes for the collection of market information are positively related with the use of formal processes for market information utilization …..
Keywords business process, Market information, business process reengineering, Iran
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