IJRSS VOLUME 3 ISSUE 4

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IJRSS VOLUME 3 ISSUE 4 

Title

SYMPTOM OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ABILITY FOR KM EFFICIENCY

Author/s Fakhraddin Maroofi, Marzieh Dehghani
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 1 – 13 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
Abstract

The results of the research suggest two main directions of KMA for KM efficiency: first, a resource-based view, which includes technology, structure and culture; second, a knowledge-based view, which includes proficiency, learning and information. The existent research regarding KMA does not display clear deduction nor show symptom of KMA in both directions. The result is a lack of direction and accuracy in developing KMA to obtain its efficiency. …..

Keywords Knowledge management, Knowledge procedures, Quality symptom
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WHO NEED TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO MONITOR LEARNING: HUMAN OR SYSTEM?

Author/s Sibel SOMYÜREK, Bilal ATASOY
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 14- 17 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
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Several educational researches focus on monitoring: being aware of one’s learning, analyzing learning tasks, reviewing learners’ progress and making appropriate decisions according to monitoring. Two extremely different approaches from cognitive science and computer science deal with this complex and multi-faced task. This study discuss the importance of both approaches, metacognition . ….

Keywords Metacognition, adaptation, e-learning systems
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RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TEAMWORK, ROLE AMBIGUITY, SUPERVISOR–NURSE AND WELL-BEING: PUBLIC AGAINST PRIVATE SECTOR NURSE

Author/s Hosein Vazi fehdost; Mahmood Rahmani
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 18- 31 Vol 03. No. 4– 2013
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This paper uses a leader–member exchange theoretical framework to compare the relationship of the supervisors–subordinate relationship upon nurse’ satisfaction with joint effort and their professed levels of role ambiguity, and in turn, their perceptions of interests. Data were collected using a survey-based, self-report strategy from 1138nurse, of whom 901 worked in private sector hospitals and 237 were from the public sector. Using path study, the conclusion from this study classifies that supervisors–nurse relationships concern nurse’ perceptions of teamwork, role ambiguity and well-being, even though the affiliation is unlike for public sector compared with private sector nurse ….

Keywords Leader–member exchange (LMX), nurse, teamwork, well-being
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ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF DOING BUSINESS INDICATORS ON THE GDP GROWTH IN EGYPT

Author/s Ashraf S.E. Saleh
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 32- 52 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
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There are many factors that affect the growth in a country’s GDP. This paper will empirically investigate the impact of selected Doing Business Indicators (DBIs) on economic growth in a sample 183 countries. The sample was chosen on the basis of cross sectional data, to assure that there are no missing observations and therefore assure consistency of the estimators. The variables were chosen on the basis of the significance for the ease of doing business. . .. . ….

Keywords Growth Domestic Product (GDP), Doing Business Indicators (DBIs), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), World Bank, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
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STGIMA AS SOCIAL BARRIER TO EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF TUBERCULOSIS IN THE TAMALE METROPOLITAN AREA OF GHANA

Author/s Abdul Yahayha
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 53- 66 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
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This document used a qualitative search approach to explore the reasons, symptoms and consequences of tuberculosis (TB) stigma in Tamale. It observes causes why TB is stigmatised and clarify how TB stigma manifests inside the community surroundings and the healthcare organization. It also sees the sights, feelings and experiences of TB patients, to emphasize how the dread of stigmatisation may influence case finding and treatment devotion. ….

Keywords Social Barrier, Tuberculosis, Grounded Theory
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NEW TOWNS DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT, SUCCESS OR FAILURE: A CASESTUDY OF FESTAC TOWN, LAGOS

Author/s ADEDOKUN Ade
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 67- 81 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
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Building of new Cities” has been adopted as a strategy to escape from urban problems and as panacea to metropolitan overspill effects, and urban conurbation. The major form of urban land use is housing construction, and also the pattern of urban land use largely determines the pattern of urban growth and development.(Agbola, 2002). However, Planned new towns and communities are also considered as a strategy of urban deconcentration and decentralization, industrial and employment dispersal, and internal migration policy. New towns arc ‘considered as a strategy for establishing intermediate cities and simultaneously inducing growth. .. ….

Keywords New town development, architecture, urban growth, housing construction
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PRIORITY FOR BRAND CATEGARIES AND CUSTOMER SELECTION

Author/s Sara yazdanpour, Ghasem Ebrahimour Baser, Masoomeh darabi
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 82- 94 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
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In this study, we investigate how the entrance of new international brands affects market activities in a market where national, international and private brands are present. The whole focus of the present research is to understand the phenomena of consumer selection and priority in the background of such a market. ….

Keywords marketing strategy; segmentation; brand categories; selection model
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Title

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CUSTOMER LOYALTY AND PRODUCT BRANDS

Author/s Hussein vazife dust, Gholam reza askarzade
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 95- 104 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
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Nowadays, brand management is regarded as a competitive advantage in marketing which results in customer loyalty in the short term. In fact; product brands relate companies to customers producing a strong and significant relationship surrounded by them. In this article, the effective factors of loyalty, the relationship among them and also a new model of devotion to brands have been obtainable. ….

Keywords brand, loyalty, satisfaction, Trust, Perceived quality, Continuous commitment.
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Title

THE EFFECTS OF JOB SATISFACTION ON JOB PERFORMANCE AND ORGANIZATIONAL OBLIGATION RELATIONSHIP

Author/s Fakhraddin Maroofi, Marzieh Dehghani
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 105- 113 Vol 03. No. 4 — 2013
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This research tested the relationship between organizational obligation and job performance. As a result the research concluded the effect of job satisfaction on the relationship between organizational obligation and job performance. A self-manage questionnaire was occupied and allocated among senior and middle management staff of manufacturing sector in electrical and electronic companies in Iran. Five hundred and eighty four samples were randomly selected in the research. ….

Keywords Organizational obligation, job performance, job satisfaction, Iran
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