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Issue: 6

 

Title


COMMUNICATION MODEL OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT

Author/s DAVID RIZAR NUGROHO, AIDA VITAYALA S. HUBIES, AMIRUDDIN SALEH, BUDI WAHYU PRIATNA
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 10 Vol 06. No. 06 — 2016
Abstract

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an interesting phenomenon to be investigated. There have been many studies on CSR with different point of views. One of them is to see the implementation of CSR programs in the point of view of development communication. The purpose of this study is to analyze the communication model program for community empowerment. Research is using text study / library / literature. The analysis shows that the model of communication through participatory communication approach, top down and converging are very important in CSR programs, especially for the empowerment of local communities by taking into account environmental, social and economic aspects.

Keywords Communication model, CSR, Community Empowerment.
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1 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PROGRAM

Title


THE REFUGEE ISSUE IN SCIENCES AND ARTS IN CONTEMPORARY HUNGARY

 

Author/s ÁDÁM RIXER
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 11- 25 Vol 06. No. 06– 2016
Abstract The overview of the Hungarian scientific literature related to the topics of migration and refugees provides and promises some findings and lessons even if the majority of these writings was published before the „new Exodus” in 2015. The picture, provided by the most frequent forms and results of scientific examination and analysis on the given topic, can not be complete, because it may take half a year or even a year until the first detailed scientific answer (contribution) is published. This nature of science forces us to look for further methods of perceiving reality that enable us to reach a more complete picture by ’real time’ reflections concerning the issues in question. That is why an examination of the portrayal of the migration and refugee topics, drawn by contemporary Hungarian art, is also useful.
Keywords Arts, Hungary, Refugees, Sciences, Migration
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2 REFUGEE ISSUE

Title

TTHE INVESTIGATION OF CORRECTING NEGATIVE STEREOTYPE OF MOTEL BUSINESS IN TAIWAN

 

Author/s TSAI LIEN-HSIANG, MIN-HUEI CHIEN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 26-33 Vol 06. No. 06– 2016
Abstract

The influences from 921 Earthquake, followed by outbreak disease of SARS, and recently global financial crisis made Taiwan economy in recession stage for a long time. Therefore, tourism, airline and hotel industries were affected. The manager of hotel tried to turn the table around by bold business investment and creativity operation. Therefore, hotel business development took a big leap into motel. Based on the unique operation of motel business and the shifting trend of society, most of consumers thought motel was highly related to infidelity…

Keywords Motel, Stereotype, Tourism, leisure, Consumer Behavior
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3 Tourism and MOTEL BUSINESS

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THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS IN THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE IN TERMS OF SUPPORTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION MANAGEMENT

 

Author/s NOVIANTY ELIZABETH AYUNA, PUDJI MULYONO, DJOKO SUSANTO,BASITA GINTING SUGIHEM
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 34-41 Vol 06. No. 06– 2016
Abstract

This reseach aims to analyze and describe the process of communication in the School Committee to support the management of education’s development. This research uses quantitative approach as the survey’s method. The datas were obtained through distributed questionnaires to 425 respondents from 148 public and private Elementary Schools and Junior High Schools in South Tangerang. The results showed that the process of communication in the School’s Committee is considered quite good which is the best organizational communication…

Keywords Characteristics of Management Committee, the Electoral Board of the School Committee, support the Governing, Communication Process
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4 COMMUNICATION PROCESS


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THE DEFAMATION MEDIA CAMPAIGN SHAPED THE PUBLIC PERCEPTION UPON THE ROMANIAN YOGA MOVEMENT – A QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH

 

Author/s DANIELA POPESCU
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 42-50 Vol 06. No.06– 2016
Abstract

This paper presents the results of a quantitative research focused on the public perception about Romanian yoga practitioners. The research analyzed also the opinion of persons belonging to the yoga movement, regarding the defamation media campaign and their testimonials about discrimination incidents. Romania is the only country in the world where yoga practice was ever forbidden, during the communist regime. Although the communism came to an end in 1989 and yoga became legal….

Keywords human rights, hate speech, stereotypes, defamation, discrimination
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5 DEFAMATION MEDIA CAMPAIGN

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SLOGANS AND MOTTOS ON MATATUS: A REFLECTION OF KENYAN URBAN YOUTH AND CULTURE

 

Author/s CALVINE KAYI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 51-58 Vol 06. No.06– 2016
Abstract

Matatus are privately owned mini-buses, and are the primary public transport service providers in Nairobi and generally in Kenya. Over the years, the Kenyan government has made attempts to regulate the matatu industry in order to create some form of order, but one thing has been constant – the “Matatu culture”. Although vehicle capacity remains an important aspect (the vehicles range from 14 seater-vans to buses with over 60 passengers capacity), what defines Matatus is not usually the size…

Keywords Matatus, Slogans, Mottos, Urban Youth, Culture.
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6 SLOGANS AND MOTTOS ON MATATUS

Issue: 5

 

Title


A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Author/s CENK LAÇIN ARIKAN, DIDEM ENGINOGLU
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 10 Vol 06. No. 05 — 2016
Abstract

Firms competing in the highly competitive global arena today can no longer rely only on their internal sources for innovation. This paper examines the relationship between supplier integration and innovation concepts from the perspective of the suppliers. Especially over the past decade in the literature the importance given to supplier relationship management (SRM), supplier integration (SI), knowledge management (KM), and new product development (NPD) have grown. The model………

Keywords Supplier Relationship Management, Knowledge Management, New Product Development, Innovation.
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1 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

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ECO-CONCEPTS & ETHICAL ISSUES IN SUSTAINABLE FASHION INDUSTRY: BEMATEKS-KIDS FASHION GROUP

Author/s EVRIM KABUKCU, SEBNEM M. ENSARI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 11- 22 Vol 06. No. 05– 2016
Abstract Sustainable fashion is a concept that includes sustainable development and fashion together. Until now, these two concepts together were an oxymoron. However, today, for fashion companies, this dual combination symbolizes a crucial promise for the future. In recent years, affordable and trend-sensitive fashion have been detected as highly profitable but this situation has raised discussion on ethical issues in fashion industry. Generally, the fashion…….
Keywords eco-concepts, environmental-friendly, ethical issues, fashion industry, sustainable supply chain management
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2 FASHION INDUSTRY

Title

THE EFFECT OF COMPOSATION AND EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT ON THE JOB SATISFACTION AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE

 

Author/s RAHMAT LAAN , MUHAMMAD YUNUS ZAIN , MAHLIA MUIS, MUHAMMAD IDRUS TABA
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 23-33 Vol 06. No. 05– 2016
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of compensation and employee development on the performance of public service employees either directly or indirectly through job satisfaction. The sample is determined by using two stage random sampling of 200 Civil Servants. Data were analyzed using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). The results showed that the compensation significant effect on the performance of public service employees either directly or indirectly through job satisfaction, employee development while not significant effect on the performance of public service employees either directly or indirectly through job satisfaction.

Keywords Compensation, employee development, job satisfaction, performance.
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3 JOB SATISFACTION AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE


Title


SENSITIVITY EVALUATION OF KERAPU SUNU FISH CULTIVATION (PLECTROPOMUS LEOPARDUS) IN KERAMBA CAGES IN THE DISTRICT OF EAST BINTAN, BINTAN REGENCY

 

Author/s PROF. DR. ZULKARNAINI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 34-39 Vol 06. No. 05– 2016
Abstract

This research was conducted in July to August 2014 in the District of East Bintan, Bintan regency. The aim of this research is to analyze the sensitivity of the business to changes in selling prices, the value of production volume, rising costs and the contribution of business GNP Bintan regency. The method used was a survey method. The results of the sensitivity analysis showed that fish cultivation should be developed for each investment due to obtain results in accordance with the eligibility criteria for investment. The value of the contribution was less effort to contribute to revenue (GNP) of Bintan Regency because this business still has been running for 3 years, so it is not optimal in practice.

Keywords Sensitivity, Kerapu Sunu, Keramba Cage
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4 Environmental Management

Title


PERCEPTUAL MAPS OF SMART PHONES WITH MULTI-DIMENSIONAL SCALING ANALYSIS

 

Author/s TUBA YUMUSAK, KADRI GOKHAN YILMAZ, AYBEGUM GUNGORDU
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 40-44 Vol 06. No. 05– 2016
Abstract

Nowadays, consumers become more selective and informed about goods and services with the development of the communication tools. Companies increase their product range in order to reach more consumers. Increment of the variety of products raises the competition in the market. Therefore, companies need a powerful marketing plan and strategy in this intense competition. At this point, product….

Keywords Perceptual maps, smart phone, multi-dimensional scaling
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5 PERCEPTUAL MAPS OF SMART PHONES

Title


EFFECTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ON BUSINESS ETHICS: A CONCEPTUAL STUDY

 

Author/s Didem ENGİNOĞLU, Cenk Laçin ARIKAN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 45-53 Vol 06. No. 05– 2016
Abstract

There is a growing interest in business ethics over the past several decades both in professional life and in academia. This is evident in the increase in the number of companies using ethical codes. In the near future this trend is expected to be more so in emerging countries and in companies of all sizes. Thus, the significance of the issue is on the rise. Since organizational culture is unique to each organization, the need for clarification of its effects on business ethics practices is critical. Researchers report varying degrees of influence of business ethics practices on company performances. In this regard, ethics is no longer an area of interest just for the sake of it but also with its direct and indirect influence on measurable company performance levelst….

Keywords Organizational culture, business ethics, corporate ethical culture, business performance, ethical business practices.
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6 ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

 Issue: 4

Title


WOMEN FARMER‘S COMMUNICATION TO IMPROVE PARTICIPATION IN MANAGING YARD AREA

Author/s MAYA SAFRINA SURANINGSIH, 2 AIDA VITAYALA S HUBEIS, 3DWI SADONO, 4DJOKO SUSANTO , 5AMIRUDDIN SALEH
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 10 Vol 06. No. 04 — 2016
Abstract

Communication strategy is an important factor in improving the participation of women farmers in agricultural setting. It is closely in line with the improvement of living standards of farmers. This study aimed to analyze the level of participation and the factors that affect to increase the participation of women farmers. Quantitative analysis used and supported by qualitative analysis. Quantitative analysis using descriptive statistics including analysis and correlation analysis. The results showed that the level of participation of women farmers in the activities of Women Farmers Group (WFG) is high on the aspect of utilization of the agricultural. . ………

Keywords communication, empowerment, participation, women farmers group.
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1 Communication and Community Development

Title


THE CONTRIBUTION OF LEADING SECTORS TOWARD THE ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE IN EASTKALIMANTAN PROVINCE

Author/s ACHMAD ZAINI1, I MADE BENYAMIN2, ABD. RAHMAN RAZAK3, MUH. SYARKAWI RAUF4
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 11- 25 Vol 06. No. 04– 2016
Abstract The purpose of this research was to analyze the basis of economic sector and its contribution to it in East Kalimantan Province and analyze the multiplier effect output, income and the development of manpower on economic sectors. The data which were used are the macro-economic data of East Kalimantan province. Beside that, it also developed Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) data of East Kalimantan Province in 2013 (37 x 37 sectors). The data were analyzed through the Location Quotient (LQ) and SAM multiplier analysis. The results showed that the Mining and Quarrying sector was a sector that has greatly contributed to the GDP …….
Keywords Economic Progress, GDP Forming, SAM Analaysis approach
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2 Economic Progress

Title

PRICE VOLATILITY TRANSMISSION BETWEEN OPEC AND NON-OPEC OILS, A WAVELET BASED APPROACH.

Author/s ¹MS. ALEXANDER SOUZA BLOCK¹, ²DR. MARCELO BRUTTI RIGHI, ³DR. DANIEL
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 26-37 Vol 06. No. 04– 2016
Abstract

The importance of measuring volatility cannot be ignored. Equally important is to understand how volatility is transmitted between markets and assets. Using the wavelets methodology, this study seeks to analyze at different frequencies, the direction and magnitude of volatility transmission in the crude oil produced by OPEC countries and other producing and exporting countries that are not part of this organization (non-OPEC. This approach contributes to the literature identifying the crude oil volatility in different frequencies and in
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Keywords Price volatility transmission, OPEC and non-OPEC crude oils behavio, Frequency analysis.
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3 PRICE VOLATILITY TRANSMISSION

Title

SOCIETY PARTICIPATION MODEL OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF MINING TOURISM AT THE MINING AREA OF SAWAHLUNTO

Author/s RUDY ANARTA, 2SANTUN R P SITORUS, 3WIDIATMAKA, 4SITI NURISJAH, 5HARTRISARI HARDJOMIDJOJO
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 38-51 Vol 06. No. 04– 2016
Abstract

Mining resources has another potential beside its mining material, which is tourism. In Indonesia, the regional government that conducted some efforts to create its region as a mining tourism city was Sawahlunto City. In 2001, the government of Sawahlunto created a vision and mission stated in Regional Regulation No. 2, 2001 that the city wanted to be a cultured mining tourism city in 2020. The coal mining area of Sawahlunto and its surrounding areas have potential to be developed as a mining tourism area; however, the areas have not been managed well. The economic potential of coal mining area can be productively developed through identification of geophysics, socio-culture and socio-economic. The aim of the research was to study the characteristic and preferences of tourist and to develop a participation model of mining tourism development in coal mining area of Sawahlunto. Method of analysis used to answer the aim of the research was supply and demand analysis with dynamic system approach. Research result found that the characteristics

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Keywords Coal Mining, Systems Dynamic, Mining Tourism, Sawahlunto
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 Issue: 3

 

Title


A CRITICAL REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT CONCEPT

Author/s ONESMUS KAMAU AND MUATHE SMA (PHD)
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 09 Vol 06. No. 03 — 2016
Abstract

Employee engagement has continued to receive increased attention in the recent past. Interest in this concept has been encouraged by the fact that it is not just enough for employee to report to work but also to be passionate about the work. ………

Keywords Employee Engagement, Leadership, Social Support, Job Characteristics, Communication
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1 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

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CRITICAL REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON CHANGE MANAGEMENT ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE

Author/s 1ELIJAH NG’ANG’A NJUGUNA, 2MUATHE S.M.A (PHD)
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 09- 22 Vol 06. No. 02– 2016
Abstract Organizations are continually confronting challenges to remain competitive and successful, which compels organizations to regularly re-evaluate their strategies, structures, policies, operations, processes and culture. Managing change effectively is however a main challenge in the change management domain because of massive human involvement. Thus, managers and change agents are eager to know how to encourage and effectively prepare employees for change situation. This paper carries out a critical review on change management on employees performance.  …….
Keywords Change Management Process, Employees Performance, Change Drivers, Change Agents, Participatory Leadership And Communication.
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2 CHANGE MANAGEMENT

Title

THE CONDITION OF DEVELOPMENT COASTAL FISHERIES AND FISHERMAN INCOME IN BENGKALIS REGENCY,
RIAU PROVINCE, INDONESIA

Author/s AMRIZAL*, SJAFRIZAL**, MAHDI**, JUNAIDI**
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 23-31 Vol 06. No. 03– 2016
Abstract

Bengkalis Regency is one of level II region in Province of Riau that has fairly broad waters are waters of the Strait of Malaka already experienced over fishing (DPK Prov. Riau, 2011). Focus of the research is conducted in two districts that is Bantan’s district and North Rupat’s district which is an area of sea fishery. The research objectives are; (1) analyze the potential and the level of exploitation fisheries in Kabupaten Bengkalis, (2) analyze . ….

Keywords Sustainable potential, income and business development
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3 INCOME Level

 

Title

A BRIEF REVIEW OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF HIV AIDS CHILDREN IN JAYAPURA CITY INFENTED YEAR 2015

Author/s Dr. Drs. AVELINUS LEFAAN, MS , MERLINA MELMAMBESSY, S. Sos. MA
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 32-36 Vol 06. No. 03– 2016
Abstract

Globally, HIV / AIDS has decreased. All this is due to the intervention that led to changes in patterns of communication, condom use, prevention of Mother-Child transmission, circumcision and other prevention campaigns. New HIV infections have decreased in the last decade. In 2013, the global HIV infections reached 2.3 million, . ….

Keywords HIV-infented children, Jayapura, Social condition
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4 SOCIAL CONDITION OF HIV AIDS

Title

A RESEARCH ON THE STATUS OF THE WOMAN FIGURE
IN THE TURKISH POLITICAL ADVERTISING HISTORY

 

Author/s 1MUSTAFA ÖZGÜR SEÇIM
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 37-45 Vol 06. No. 03– 2016
Abstract

For centuries, womens’ place in social life has been a constant topic of discussion for the men. While the issues such as how women dressed, what and when they did or what they could not do, what their boundaries would be occupied the agenda; the status of women in the political arena has been a great mystery. Taking part in political advertising of the women, who gained political rights after several challenging processes in almost every country, was realized after a long process. In Turkey where political advertising began to. ….

Keywords Political advertising, feminism, elections, womens’ rights.
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5 Public Relations and Advertising

Title

BANKING INTERMEDIATION FUNCTION ANALYSIS TO CREDIT PERFORMANCE OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES ( UMKM ) ; EMPIRICAL STUDIES IN SOUTHERN SULAWESI

 

Author/s Badaruddin *) Muhammad Ali, **) Jusni, **) Ria Mardiana. **)
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 46-60 Vol 06. No. 03– 2016
Abstract

Theoretically banks have the ability to channel all funds collected, if no distortion. The development of banking intermediation in Indonesia is not as optimal as expected, in particular to support the credit performance of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (UMKM. The high risk of the business world as well as the negative stigma of failure of the financial sector led to the performance of the bank credit tends to . ….

Keywords banking intermediation , credit performance of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (UMKM) , the performance of credit to productive economic sector banks’ ability to lend , unit banking services , banking risk management and resources owned by banks.
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6 BANKING INTERMEDIATION FUNCTION

Title

THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NEEDS OF HOSPITALITY TEACHERS IN TAIWAN

 

Author/s LIN SHIH-HSUN, 2YANG PAI-SHIH, 3TING WEN-CHI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 61-68 Vol 06. No. 03– 2016
Abstract

This study aimed to understand the professional development needs of vocational hospitality teachers in Taiwan. The research design was designed with general survey methodology. Participants were 868 professional teachers who taught in 107 Hospitality Vocational Schools. The instrument of this research was a questionnaire which consists of two main parts. ….

Keywords Hospitality education, Professional development, Taiwan
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7 HOSPITALITY TEACHERS

 Issue: 2

 

Title


THE INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS BETWEEN MULTICULTURALISM AND ASSIMILATION

Author/s CLEMENTE CARMINE
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 06 Vol 06. No. 02 — 2015
Abstract

Over the last few decades, Italy has become a country of immigration, thus inverting the recent trend of its history. The country was found unprepared to face this change. Only recently, it has started to experiment new forms of acceptance and integration inspired by the concepts of multiculturalism and cultural interaction…..

Keywords Immigration, Assimilation, Multiculturalism, Deviance
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1 MULTICULTURALISM AND ASSIMILATION

Title


TAX COMPLIANCE AND ITS DETERMINANT THE CASE OF JIMMA ZONE, ETHIOPIA

Author/s AMINA AHMED , SANIYA KEDIR,
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 07- 21 Vol 06. No. 02– 2015
Abstract This study was conducted with the aim of investigating the determinants of tax compliance for the case of Jimma zone category ‘A’ taxpayers. By distributing total of 384 questionnaires to category A sample taxpayers, the study try to explore the main determinants of tax compliance. The findings show that age, sex, penalty, audit, simplicity, fairness and government perception were found to affect tax compliance. in general it is recommended that ERCA has to work on education the young generation about the tax system and the benefit it has to the society as a whole, try to make the whole tax system as fair as possible with regard to the benefit received for paying )…….
Keywords tax compliance, determinants of tax compliance
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2 TAX COMPLIANCE

 

Title

ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIC EXPENDITURE TO POVERTY THROUGH
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC GROWTH AND REGIONAL DISPARITY IN SOUTH SULAWESI PROVINCE

 

Author/s BAHARUDDIN, I MADE BENYAMIN, TADJUDDIN PARENTA, SULTAN SUHAB
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 22-35 Vol 06. No. 02– 2015
Abstract

This study aimed to analyze and test the effect of direct expenditure allocation of education, direct expenditure allocation of health and direct expenditure allocation of infrastructure on local budget to human development, economic growth of regional disparity and poverty in the province of South Sulawesi.
Based on the approach, type and level, this research was designed as a verification research and it was an explanatory survey and experimental research. The object was 23 regions/municipalities in South Sulawesi covered 20 regions and 3municipalities during the period of 2004-2013. This study used pooled data by combining cross-section data of 23 regions/municipalities and time-series data of 10 years. The data analysis used Structural Equation Modeling (SEM).

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Keywords direct expenditure allocation of education, direct expenditure allocation of health, direct expenditure allocation of infrastructure, human development, Economic growth, regional disparity and poverty
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3 ECONOMIC GROWTH AND REGIONAL DISPARITY

Title

GENDER DIFFERENCE OF TOTAL WORK IN JAPAN:
POSSIBLE EXPLANATIONS FROM AGE, LIFE STAGE AND ECONOMIC FACTORS

 

Author/s Linhai Mei, Chi Zhang
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 36-45 Vol 06. No. 02– 2015
Abstract

While Michael Burda’ s study shows negative relationship between GDP per-capita and gender difference among 27 countries, analysis of panel data from The Survey on Time Use and Leisure Activities, conducted by the Statistics Bureau of Japan, suggests that gender difference in total work—paid or unpaid—negatively related to gross prefectural product per-capital. Age and life stage are also factors that affect people’s daily time use directly and prominently

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Keywords Gender Division of Labor, Gender Difference, Unpaid Work, Total Work, Time Use,
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4 GENDER DIFFERENCE

Title

ENHANCING OF SOCIO – ECONOMICAL – ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF THE WASTEWATER FLOW ON COMMUNAL LEVEL

 

Author/s WASIM AHMAD1 and MARWAN GHANEM
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 46-52 Vol 06. No. 02– 2015
Abstract

The study investigates the wastewater flow in Sardia Wadi in order to specify their actual impact on the socio-economic factors and to pinpoint the possible improvement measures on communal level. A designed questionnaire had been distributed in November of 2013 to a random sample of Bruqin and Kafr Al-Dik villages’ residents to assess the socio-economic and environmental changing aspects per time. Questionnaires data were collected and analyzed by SPSS package showing a confirming indicator for the negative effects on all walks of the people’s life that were distinguished into healthy, economic and environmental outputs
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Keywords Wastewater, Sarida, Socio-economic
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5 IMPACT OF THE WASTEWATER FLOW

Title

THE LEGAL IMPLICATION OF CHILD RAPE IN NIGERIAN: ARE SENTENCING LIMITS ADEQUATE?

 

Author/s MICHAEL AKPA AJANWACHUKU, Ph.D
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 53-58 Vol 06. No. 02– 2015
Abstract

In Nigeria, it is an offence for a person of opposite sex to have carnal knowledge of a female child even with the consent of the female child. Consent is immaterial because a female child is incapable of consenting to the act. Punishment on conviction is life imprisonment. Nigerian courts award far less than life imprisonment on conviction. This paper examines this practice of the Nigerian courts and comes to the conclusion that the courts are not faring well.
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Keywords Sentencing, unlawful carnal knowledge, Nigerian Girls below eleven years and below fourteen years, corroboration, conviction.
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6 CHILD RAPE

Title

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF
KERAPU SUNU (Plectropomus Leopardus) CULTIVATION ON FLOATING CAGE AT BINTAN TIMUR DISTRICT
RIAU ARCHIPELAGO PROVINCE

 

Author/s PROF. DR. ZULKARNAINI, M.SI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 59-67 Vol 06. No. 02– 2015
Abstract

IThe research is intended to analyse financial performance kerapu fish cultivation which has been done in July to August 2014 in Bintan Timur District Bintan Regency. This research used survey method. The result of financial analysis showed that the cultivation efford was sufficient and gained profit. The avarage liquidity from all catagories lied below criterion which showed that the cultivation needs to be aware because the condition to be able to pay the debt. The profitability ratio showed that the fish farmers’ economic condition was below the current general interest
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Keywords Financial performance, Kerapu Sunu fish, Floating cage
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7 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

IJRSS: VOLUME 6  Issue: 1

 

Title


PERCEIVED EFFECTS OF UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST DISTANCE EDUCATION ON TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE IN THE BASIC SCHOOLS OF KWAHU WEST MUNICIPALITY

Author/s JOYCE KWAKYEWAA DANKYI, LYDIA AFRAMEA DANKYI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 08 Vol 06. No. 01 — 2015
Abstract

The study investigated the perceived effects of University of Cape Coast Distance Education on teachers’ performance in the Basic Schools of Kwahu West Municipality. The study employed both quantitative and qualitative research methods with descriptive survey as a design. Stratified and the purposive sampling methods were used in selecting 201 respondents, comprising 46 headteachers, 154 junior high school teachers from the seven circuits within the municipality and the coordinator for the centre. The instruments used were questionnaires and an interview schedule. .. …..

Keywords Teachers’ Performance (TP), Distance education programme (DEP),Teachers professional development (TPD) .
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1 DISTANCE EDUCATION

Title


THE INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL FACTORS ON COMPETENCE AND STRATEGY, BUSINESS PERFORMANCE AND COMPETITIVENESS OF SMALL BUSINESS IN SOUTH SULAWESI

 

Author/s SULTAN, PROF. MAHLIAH MUIS. Ph.D, JUSNI AND ISMAIL PABO
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 09- 32 Vol 06. No. 01– 2015
Abstract This study aims to determine the influence of entrepreneurial competence to business strategy and determine the influence of external factors on the business strategy. As well as to determine the effect of the power of small business performance competitiveness.The Problem in this study is how the influence of entrepreneurial competence,…….
Keywords Competence And Strategy, Business Performance And Competitiveness, Small Business.
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2 BUSINESS PERFORMANCE AND COMPETITIVENESS

 

Title

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEBT RELATION IN BALKAN ECONOMIES

 

Author/s DR. FILIZ KADI, DR. OSMAN SALIH KADI
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 33-42 Vol 06. No. 01– 2015
Abstract

The effects of foreign debt on the growth have been the subject of many studies because of adverse experiences in the country that occurred after the 2008 crisis. Whereas the majority of studies reveal the existence of the negative impacts of the economic growth of external debt, only a few studies represent a positive contribution to the growth. This study has analyzed external debt, current account deficit and growth relations for Balkan countries between the years 2000-2011 using fixed capital and growth rate and debt ratio variables. The panel data estimation is also analyzed and the findings of the panel estimations unsurprisingly overlap with the theory; in other words, findings support the increase in the external debt ratio has a negative effect on economic growth.
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Keywords Foreign Debt, Current Account Deficit, Economic Growth, Panel
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3 ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEBT RELATION IN BALKAN ECONOMIES