IJRSS VOLUME 3 ISSUE 7

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IJRSS VOLUME 3 ISSUE 7

Title

SUPPORTING BEREAVED UNDERGRADUATES DURING THEIR JOURNEYS THROUGH GRIEF

Author/s FangYi Lin
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 1 – 07 Vol 03. No. 7 — 2014
Abstract

This article outlines strategies for university students dealing with bereavement. In the present study, survivors who had lost a classmate to suicide reported struggling with grief. The early adult developmental period during the transitional developmental stages is filled with uncertainty. Survivors who had lost a classmate to suicide struggle with grief. Faculty members proposed an action plan to enable students to deliver mutual peer support, to increase awareness about bereavement, and to prevent suicide contagion among students on the campus. …..

Keywords suicide survivor, grief, bereaved students, early adult
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THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS’ PERCEPTIONS ON COMPLIANCE DISCLOSURES WITH IFRS/IAS IN ZIMBABWE

Author/s Mbetu, Katazo Cecil, Marume, Samson, Srinivasan K(Dr)
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 08- 21 Vol 03. No. 7– 2014
Abstract

The study investigates the Accounting Professionals perception/views towards compliance disclosures of IFRS/IAS in Zimbabwe. A sample of 226 Registered Accounting Professionals was selected. A questionnaire was administered. One hundred and twelve (112) responses were received….

Keywords compliance, disclosure, IFRS/IAS
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RECAPITALISATION STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ZIMBABWE

Author/s Dr Stephen Nhuta
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 22- 25 Vol 03. No. 7– 2014
Abstract

ABSTRACT Recapitalization has been a world phenomenon, with the major aim being to strengthen the banking system for effective monetary management. Banking sector’s asset and liability discrepancy as well as general instability of the banking sector resulted in the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) increasing capital requirements from USD 12.5 to USD 100 million. It is against this background that the research seeks to ascertain the reasons behind an increase in capital requirements by Central Bank, the recapitalization strategies being pursued by the commercial banking sector in Zimbabwe and their effectiveness. ….

Keywords Capital requirements, Recapitalization Strategies, Monetary management, Bank failures
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HETEROGENEITY OF A SOCIAL OUTBURST- THE #YOSOY132 MOVEMENT IN MEXICO

Author/s Raúl Cabrera Amador, Claudia Salazar Villava
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 26- 30 Vol 03. No. 7– 2014
Abstract

There has been a substantial transformation in today’s community experience. Fraternal solidarity emerges through ephemeral communities, organized without visible leadership, and lacking any hierarchical structure, but based on virtual communication and characterized by a huge potential for both action and creation of meaning. This is the case of the “yo soy 132” movement in Mexico. We will briefly narrate its story in order to propose a reflection on the heterogeneity of new social outbursts, which are shared life experiences in a world as defying as this one is’ . .. . ….

Keywords heterogeneity, Fraternal solidarity
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DANCE, VIOLENCE AND PATRIARCHY IN THE ERA OF POLITICAL STRUGGLE: ANALYZING THE ZWELIBOMVU FACTION FIGHT OF THE 1980S, KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA.

Author/s Nokuthula Cele
Source International Journal of Research In Social Sciences pp 31- 45 Vol 03. No. 7 — 2014
Abstract

This study traces the history of the Zwelibomvu faction fight of the 1980s. Zwelibomvu is a rural village outside the city of Pinetown, in the KwaZulu- Natal province, in the north east of South Africa. KwaZulu-Natal province is often confused with popular notions of ethnic history that sees Africans living within a chiefdom as one unit. This universal outlook fails to acknowledge the agency in the role of ordinary people in shaping the development of their own communities. …..

Keywords CDance, Violence And Patriarchy, Faction Fight.
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