Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                        Academic International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities (AICSSH)
Conference Dates                      18th – 20th August 2016
Deadline for Abstract                 18th July 2016
Venue                                        University of Oxford, The Queen's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Updated on 13th July 2016

1.       Mr. Jade Bamba, Instructor 5, La Salle University - Ozamiz, Language Choice and Language Shift in Trigenerational Subanen Families: A Mixed Methods Study. 

2.       Mr. Mohamad Rasyidi Ghazali, Teacher, Mara, The Implementation of Ulul Albab Program at Mara Juniour Science College , Malaysia : An Innovation in Mara Secondary Educationrogram. 

3.       Dr. Waiphot Kulachai, Lecturer, Burapha University, The Impacts of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee’s Job Performance. Co-Author(s) Dr. Teera Kulsawat

4.       Dr. Muhammad Shakil Ahmad, Student, COMSATS Institute of IT, Impact of Organizational Empowerment on Employee Commitment: Moderating role of Organization Learning Culture and Locus of Control. Co-Author(s)  Sidra Riad

5.       Mr. Abimbola Owojori, Lecturer, Department of History & International Studies, National Security, Civil Rule and Defence Spending: Towards An Examination of High Military Expenditure in Nigeria. Co-Author(s) Andrew Forijimi Onuahah

6.       Dr. Mahuya Bhaumik, Assistant Professor, Derozio Memorial College, Bollywood: A Unifier of Diverse Visual Cultures and Languages of India. 

7.       Dr. Ismail Sualman, Associate Professor, Universiti Teknologi MARA, The Influences of Organisational Culture and Trust Management in Building Healthy Relationships. 

8.       Dr. Cheng Fang Hsu, Assistant Professor, Shu Te University, A study on the interaction among the perceived value, service quality, and customer satisfaction- case study on Cold Stone Ice cream. 

9.       Dr. Suraya Sintang, Academic Visitor, University of Birmingham, Hijab and The Challenge of Changing New Lifestyle for New Muslim. Co-Author(s) Khadijah Mohd.,  Mashitah Sabdin, and Saadah Khair

10.   Dr. Aishah Bin Yahya, Assistant Professor, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, The Efficacy of a Proposed Program for Enhancing Social Interaction and Its Impact on Adaptive Behavior of Preschool Children. 

11.   Dr. Hyginus Emeka Nwosu, Lecturer, Federal University Ndufu Alike, Integrity - The Missing Factor in Vroom'S Performance Model and its Implication on the Performance of Nigeria Public Servants. 

12.   Dr. Tirimisiyu Oladimeji, Chief Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria., 50 Years of Mosque Architectural Forms in Ijebu-Land (1926-1975) : Influences from Within and Outside. 

13.   Dr. Arshad Munir, Lecturer, Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan, Sufism: Therapy of Terrorism & Extremism (With special reference to the teaching of Khawaja Ghulam Fareed and Bullahy Shah). Co-Author(s) Dr. Naseem Akhtar. Assistant Professor

14.   Mr. Riyan Hidayat, Student, University of Indonesia, Political Thought of Muhammad Abduh and their Impact on Other Thinkers in Egypt. 

15.   Ms. Noora Khan, Student, St. Francis College for Women, Relationship between Rejection Sensitivity, Aggression and Self-Confidence in the Friend zone and other Opposite Sex Relationships among Young Adults Residing in India. Co-Author(s) Ms. Geeta S., Assistant Professor

16.   Ms. Cania Mutia, Student, University of Indonesia, The difference effect of decision-making style toward the quality of decisions between early adolescent and young adults in Indonesia when faced with hoax. Co-Author(s) Puspita Alwi, Student  and Edward Andriyanto Soetardhio M.Psi, Lecturer

17.   Dr. Tharwat EL-Sakran, Professor of Linguistics, American University of Sharjah, Role of Experiential Learning in Writing Appropriate and Effective Professional Email Messages. 

18.   Dr. Zulaihat Bagiwa Lawal, Lecturer 1, Umaru Musa Yaradua University, Efficacy of Class Size on Academic Achievement, Attitude and Retention Among Senior Secondary Science Students in Katsina State. Co-Author(s) Mr.Aminu Salisu. Additional Abstract: Influence of Innovated Strategy on Academic Attainment and Retention Among Gender in Secondary Schools of Nigeria

19.   Dr. Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Associate Professor, International Islamic University, Feminism and religion: Seeking the intervention of divine justice for women in Wollstonecraft’s and Rokeya’s writings. 

20.   Mr. Jude Chiagozie Chime, Lecturer, Institute of Management and Technology, Impact of Girl-Child Education on Socio-Economic Development in South East Nigeria. 

21.   Dr. Biiragbara Godpower Nnaa, Senior Lecturer, Ken Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic Boric, Dialectical Phenomenon of Terrorism in Sub-Sahara Africa: Implication on Development. 

22.   Dr. Dalal Alradaan, Assistant Professor, The Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Middle school teachers’ perceptions about factors affect their role in promoting pupils’ mental health. 

23.   Mr. Olalere Kunle, Lecturer II, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Jus Post Bellum: Rethinking the Ethics of War and Social Reconstruction. 

24.   Mr. Ahmed Kalaja, PhD Student, Europian University of Tirana, Issues on Religious Coexistence Tolerance in Albania (1912-1945). 

25.   Mr. Samuel Muyiwa, Lecturer, The Polytechnic, The Political Economy of the change Mantra in Nigeria. 

26.   Dr. Khangembam Romesh, Postdoctoral Fellow, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Non-anthropocentrism: An Ethical Theory not to be discounted in Environmental Discourse. Co-Author(s) Prof. Ranjan K Panda

27.   Dr. Eunjin Oh, Senior Research Fellow, Korean Women's Development Institute, 4 year college education: what are its effects on labor market returns. Co-Author(s) Jieon Shim, Research Assistant

28.   Ms. Himja Trivedi, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Predominance and Causes of Neurological disorders from an Indian Perspective - An Empirical Study. Co-Author(s) Dr. Ritu Sharma, HOD Psychology

29.   Ms. Aesha Patel, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum university, Hypochondria an ingrained mental illness.. 

30.   Ms. Sabah Khan, Research Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Social Exclusion and Religious Identity: A study of Muslims in India. 

31.   Mrs. Anika Haque, PhD Candidate, University of Cambidge, Climate change adaptation to flooding in low income urban settlements of the Least Developed Countries: A case of Dhaka, Bangladesh. 

32.   Ms. Bhawna Shivan, Research Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Mobility, Differentiation and Identity Formation: A Study of Demand for Sub-Categorization in Reservations among Scheduled Castes. 

33.   Prof. Jack Nasher, Professor of Leadership & Organization, Munich Business School, Actual vs. Perceived Competence an Attributional Leadership Approach. 

34.   Mr. Zelalem Gurmessa, PhD Student, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Antecedents and impacts of “brain-drain” in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with specific reference to the higher education sector: A conceptual model. Co-Author(s) Dr IW Ferreira, Adjuct Professor and Dr Henry Wissink, Professor

35.   Dr. Fatih Kahraman, Assistant Professor, Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University, New Refugee Status in Turkish Cities: Urban Refugees. 

36.   Ms. Pallavi Roy, Postgraduate Student, Jain University, Decision Making Styles, Locus of Control and Domain Specific Hope between Physically Challenged and Non-Physically Challenged Employees. 

37.   Ms. Shruthi Abirami, Post- Graduate Student, Jain University, Occupational Stressors among Traffic Police Constables in Bengaluru City, India: A Qualitative Exploration. Co-Author(s) Ashwini N.V

38.   Ms. Bassant Hassib, Assistant Lecturer, The British University in Egypt, EU Cooperation with Civil Society in Egypt: Assessing the New Neighbourhood Civil Society Facility. 

39.   Prof. Maria Belinda Lora, Associate Professor, Eastern Visayas State University, Consorcia Z. Palejaro’s Cadena De Amor: A Critical Analysis. 

40.   Dr. Rosalind Buckton-Tucker, Assistant Professor, American University of Kuwait, The Role of Humour in Travel Literature. 

41.   Prof. Mohammad Ishtiyaque, Vice-Chancellor, Magadh University, Status of Educational Attainments Among Female Population in Haryana (India). Co-Author(s) Dr. Anita, Research Scholar

42.   Mr. Syarif Hidayat Nasir, MA Student, Radboud University Nijmegen, Perceiving Aspectuality: An Experiment with Indonesian-English  Bilingual Speakers

43.   Dr. Sabiha Mansoor, Professor of English, Lahore School of Economics, Language and Graduate Employment in Pakistan: The Outcomes of Language Policy in Higher Education. 

44.   Dr. Malika Sahel, Senior Lecturer, Ecole Normale Superieure de Bouzareah, British Colonial Rule and Culture Promotion. Additional Abstract: British Cultural Dynamism in Colonial Sierraleone.

45.   Dr. Orathai Piayura, Assistant Professor, Khon Kaen University, Sexual Underrepresentation in ASEAN Literature. 

46.   Mrs. Noheir Seddik, Graduate Student, Regents University London, The role of the Egyptian government in the Growth and Development of SMEs Sector: A Post Revolution Assessment. 

47.   Mrs. Sook Choo, PhD student, Warwick Medical School, Perceptions about body weight and weight management strategies among Malaysian Chinese women of child bearing age. Co-Author(s) Dr. Clare Blackburn (Principle Teaching Fellow) and Associate Professor Dr. Wolfgang Markham

48.   Mr. Muhammad Waqas, Associate Professor, Professor, University of Sargodha, Measuring Inequality of Opportunity in Pakistan: Provincial Analysis. Co-Author(s) Safana Shaheen, Masood Sarwar Awan

49.   Ms. Alexandra Galbin, PhD Student, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Exploring constructed relationships inside organization : A perspective of Organizational Identity. 

50.   Mr. Amos Taiwo, PhD student, Obafemi Awolowo University, Street Begging Among People Living with Disabilities in a Nigerian Traditional Urban Centre: Causes and Implications for Public Policy. 

51.   Mr. Muhammad Aminu Kwasau, Lecturer, Kaduna State University, Local Government and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria's Fourth Republic.Additional Abstract: Electoral Violence and the challenges of Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria

52.   Ms. Sookyung Yoon, Ph.D Candidate, Seoul National University, The Impact of Employment on Depression Mediated by Self-Esteem among Korean Older Adults: Differences between Poor and Non-poor Elderly.

53.   Dr. Chiegboka Nneamaka, Lecturer, Federal University of Technology, Environmental conditions and pollutants that enhances rate of biodegradation caused by bacteria and fungi on exterior building paint coatings in Owerri, Imo State. Co-Author(s) V.C. Onwubuche and M.C. Korie 

54.   Mr. Godwin Malasowe, PhD Student, University of Abuja, Literature Review of Studies on Boko Haram Insurgency: A Case for Empiricism. 

55.   Mrs. Ijeoma Igbozurike, Lecturer, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike, Teachers’ Role in Improved Multidisciplinary Reading Skills Among New-Intakes in Nigerian Universities(North-East/west). Co-Author(s) Michael Uzochukwu .I.

56.   Dr. Özlem Oktay, Research Assistant, Ataturk University, Analysis of content-based need assessment survey for in-service physics teachers. Co-Author(s) Assoc.Prof.Dr. Ali Eryılmaz

57.   Mrs. Taibat A. O. Oladimeji, Principal lecturer, Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, Oyo State, Parentsʼ and Teachersʼ Knowledge and Attitude towards Child Friendly Learning Environment in Akinyele and Ibadan North East Local Governments, Oyo State, Nigeria. 

58.   Mrs. Hafsat Sani Chindo, Lecturer, North West University Kano, Multicultural Family and The Role of Counsellors in Reducing Marital Conflict. 

59.   Ms. Sibongile Khosa, Graduate Masters student, University of Venda, An Investigation of the Challenges Being Faced by Female Domestic Workers in Thulamahashe Area. Co-Author(s) Prof T.D Thobejane & Dr TJ Mudau

60.   Ms. Canan Ugur, Phd Student, Queen's University, Roma Inclusion into Education: The Role of Implementing Actors. 

61.   Dr. Anastasia` Kitiashvili, Associate Professor, Tbilisi State University, Youth Unemployment, Stigma and Social Identity. 

62.   Ms. Swarna Dutt, Urban Planner, Action for Children's Environment, Creating Child Friendly Neighborhood - a case study of Bhopal, India. Co-Author(s) Dr. N.R.Mandal

63.   Dr. Muhammad Kamran, Professor, University of the Punjab, Internet and Future of Pakistani Literature in 21st Century. 

64.   Ms. Habibah Omar, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi MARA, The Attorney General’s Exercise of Prosecutorial Discretion in Malaysia: A Critique of the Scope, Limitation and Challenges. Co-Author(s) Mr Hasnor Faiz Mohammad Salleh

65.   Mrs. Andrea Romero Brown, Teacher- Researcher, Universidad Estatal a Distancia, Challenges to the realization of the Human Right to Education in Costa Rica. 

66.   Dr. Mona Khare, Professor, National University of Educational Planning and Adminstration, Challenges of Financing Elementary Education in India - Past Trends and Future Potential. 

67.   Mr. Mohammed Alshaikhi, PhD Student, University of Reading, Investigating Saudi English Teachers’ Use and Perceptions of IWB when Teaching Vocabulary as a Foreign Language in English Classrooms at Saudi Primary Schools (aged 11 and 12 years old) – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  Dr. Bassem Hossam Roushdy, Assistant Professor, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Wagner-Whitin algorithm applied for Joint Replenishment Problem. 

68.   Ms. Monica Parameshwari, Student, Jain University, Resilience and caregiver burden in primary caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease.. 

69.   Dr. Rahimah Embong, Research Fellow, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Analysis of Holistic Integrated Curriculum on Contemporary Models of Higher Education Institutions in Malaysia. Co-Author(s) Dr. Nadhirah Nordin, Senior Lecturer; Dr. Fadzli Adam, Professor; Dr. Abdul Hakim Abdullah, Senior Lecturer; Dr. Syed Hadzrullathfi Syed Omar, Associate Professor; Miss Nor Afizan Che Omar, Graduate Research Assistant; and Siti Fatimah Mohd, Graduate Rese  Additional Abstract: The Concept and Methods of Knowledge Form Islamic Epistemological Perspective

70.   Dr. Nazir Ahmed Sangi, Professor, Allama Iqbal Open University, SEEM: Socio Economic Education Modeling: A Case Study of Pakistan. 

71.   Prof. Melitus Nnadi Ezeamaenyi, Professor, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT, Effect of Simulation-Game Cards on the Teaching and Learning of Simple Interest, Profit and Loss in Enugu State SS, NigerIa, W. A.. 

72.   Ms. Tingting TAN, Ph.D Candidate, Kyushu University, Postmodern Japanese Model: Struggling Father. 

73.   Mr. Ignacy Sitnicki, Advocate and Legal Counsel, The Warsaw Bar, Teleological Implications of the Assumptions Proposed by Dogmatic Philosophy of Russian Cosmism and Western Transhumanist Extropism. 

74.   Mr. Waleed Alghanmi, Student, Manchester Metropolitan University, Examining Arabic Language’s Maintenance Amongst Saudi Children in the UK: The Role of Parents. 

75.   Dr. Rofiah Sarumi, Post Doctoral Fellow, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Legal education in Nigeria and the potential role of university law clinics in facilitating access to justice and the realisation of human rights in Nigeria. 

76.   Ms. Miriam Aczel, Ph.D. Candidate, Imperial College London, An evaluation of the regulatory framework governing environmental and public health risk of hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom, with reference to the analogous experience of the United States. 

77.   Dr. Jingqiu Zhan, Lecturer, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, The Implication of Online Teaching Methods for Humanities Public Courses at XJTLU. Co-Author(s) Dr. Kai Liu

78.   Ms. Jannatul Ferdous Chowdhury, ELT Trainer, GATE BD, Eudaimonia :The Way to Live. 

79.   Mr. Yazidu Mbalamula, Assistant Lecturer, The University of Dodoma, Teaching Students with Special Needs in Tanzanian Universities: Is Lecturing a Reach all or Void Rhetoric Strategy in Inclusive Classes?

80.   Ms. Jannatul Ferdous Chowdhury, ELT Trainer, GATE BD, Family Violence: Root of all Ruins. 

81.   Mr. Oliver Dube, Lecturer, National University of Science and Technology, An assessment of waste handling of Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) at household level in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Co-Author(s) Tichaona Munyanyi and Khalipani Tshuma Additional Abstract:An assessment of factors contributing to indiscriminate dumping of domestic solid waste in Bulawayo city and Plumtree town

82.   Dr. Inderjit Grewal, Lecturer, Middlesex University, In/visibility: Dyslexic Students in UK Higher Education.