IJRSS Volume 9

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ISSN 2307-227X

IJRSS: VOLUME 9  

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THE INVESTIGATION OF STRATEGIC OPERATION MODEL FOR LEISURE FARM INDUSTRY

Author/s YU-TING OU,YUAN-CHENG TSAI, CHI YI-LUN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 01 – 09 Vol 09. No. 01 — 2016
Abstract

The basic leisure agriculture function was to provide the public about agriculture and leisure for experiencing tourism and recreation places or businesses collectively. A product or service patterns belonged to the leisure travel market. The main characteristics of leisure agriculture combined sightseeing, agricultural resources, agricultural production, rural life and rural ecological balance “Sansei integration” concept. It provided new leisure activities for people traveling options. …

Keywords Strategic Operation Model, Lesiure Farm Industry, Tourism and Recreation
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BEST FOLLOW INSIDE THE UTILIZATION OF SOCIAL NETWORKS PROMOTING STRATEGY AS IN SMES

Author/s SHAHRIAR REHIMI; MOHAMMAD MAIHAMY
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 10 – 17 Vol 09. No. 01– 2016
Abstract Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are generally the exploit drive the economy of the countries, however, do not appear to be constantly whole exploit its innovative and ingenious capability as a result of many of these firms do not acknowledge the tools for today provides USA the technology, worse the benefits we provide social networks. The aim of this text is supposed to dialogue best practices inside the utilization of social networks as strategic promoting communication in SMEs …
Keywords Best practice; Social networks; SMEs
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THE ENGLISH PASSIVE CONSTRUCTION ACQUISITION PROCESSES: A CASE STUDY OF DHOLUO SPEAKING PUPILS

Author/s AWUOR, E. QUIN
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pg 18 – 27 Vol 09. No. 01– 2016
Abstract The current study investigated the processes by which Dholuo speaking pupils acquire the English language passive constructions. The study investigated the role of gender and age in the acquisition of the English passive constructions. The theoretical paradigm of Interlanguage was used. The study adopted the descriptive cross-sectional design which involves categorizing respondents in different groups according to their respective levels of development. The cohorts were pupils aged 6-8; 9-11 and 12-14 years. The design enabled the study to compare peers as they successively reached a given age or points of development. It also allowed for child cohort comparison. Data was collected using research instruments that consisted of receptive and production tasks which were administered to the pupils. …
Keywords Second Language Acquisition; Dholuo speaking pupils, passive constructions;
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