Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                            7th Academic International Conference on Business, Marketing and Management
Conference Dates                         12th-14th Nov 2018 
Deadline for abstract/proposal    15th October 2018 
Conference Venue                         University of Oxford, St Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
                                                                         Updated on 18th October 2018

1.       Dr. Rafat Khattab, Assistant Professor, University of Shaqra, The Effectiveness of the Training Program for The Treatment of Some Articulation Disorders in Reducing Social Anxiety in a Sample of Children with Blindness. 

2.       Mr. Kola Bakare, Lecturer, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Otto/Ijanikin, Lagos, Nigeria, Democracy, Corruption and Underdevelopment in Nigeria: The Vicious Circle. 

3.       Prof. Eugene Nweke, Professor, Ebonyi State University, Neo-liberal Globalization; Analysis of Human Security crisis among  African Youths. 

4.       Dr. Uwaoma Ude, Lecturer, Ebonyi State College of Education Ikwo, Principals Administrative Effectiveness and students Academic performance in Public secondary Schools in Ebonyi State of Nigeria. 

5.       Ms. Ansa Javed, Assistant Director, Planning & Development, Women University Mardan, Influence of Climate Change on Maize Production under Different Climatic Zones of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Co-Author(s): Ms. Hadeeqa Rafique

6.       Mr. Paul Nyray Antolino, Graduate Student, University of the Philippines Diliman, The Effect of Similarity and Ranking on Competitive Performance. Co-Author(s): Ms. Grazianne-Geneve V. Mendoza, Student; Ms. Gabrielle Dominique I. Herradura, Student; and Ms. Janah Nicole D. Ologenio, Student

7.       Mrs. Alev Irmak Kurtulmuş, Research Assistant, Okan University, A country within a school: Fajr Iranian School in Istanbul. 

8.       Dr. Olatunle Matthew Ayodele, Chief Lecturer, Kaduna Polytechnic, Effect of Human  Resource Development on the Performance of Manufacturing Small and Medium Entreprises in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ikupolati Alexander Oluwadare

9.       Mrs. Sharifa Al Battashi, PhD Candidate, UCL Institute of Education, Translanguaging and Children's Negotiation of Identities in Imaginative Play. 

10.   Mr. J.I (Rev) Iornenge, Lecturer III, College of Education Katsina-Ala, A Critical Assessment of the Theory of Freedom in Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Political Philosophy and its Lessons for 21St Century Nigeria. Co-Author(s): D.S Iorzaa

11.   Dr. Samuel Esheya, Senior Lecturer, Ebonyi State College of Education Ikwo, Socio-Economic Effects of Chemical Pollution on Agricultural Production in South East Nigeria. Prof. C.U. Okoye

12.   Ms. Afrah Zuraij, Institutional Effectiveness & Planning Consultant, Maastricht University Kuwait, Marketing to Children. 

13.   Ms. Danam Kwon, Doctoral Student, Pusan National University, Needs Analysis On Principals For Building Trust in Teachers. Co-Author(s): Dr. Daehyun Kim, Professor

14.   Ms. Ryumi Choi, Student, Pusan National University, Analysis on the Trends of Studies Related to the Creative Experiential Activities Curriculum in Korea throughout the Semantic Network Analysis. Co-Author(s): Dr. Daehyun Kim, Professor

15.   Mr. Terkura Iortule, Lecturer, College of Education, Tackling Unemployment and Youth Restiveness in Nigeria through Entrepreneurship Education. 

16.   Ms. Abbiha Waqar, Assistant Registrar and Programme Coordinator, Lahore School of Economics, Impact of Humorous Advertising on Purchase Decision: In Context of Pakistan’s Telecom Industry.  

17.   Mrs. Saleha Saif, Deputy Registrar, Lahore School of Economics, Elements Influencing Consumer Intention to Shop Online in Pakistan. 

18.   Mr. Samuel Medayese, Lecturer, Federal University of Technology, The Carbon Footprint of Transport: A Pinacea for Sustainable Development in Minna, Niger State. Co-Author(s): Dr. Shaibu, Salihu Lecturer and Dr. Nelson T.A Abd'razack

19.   Dr. Rey Carlo Gonzales, Assistant Professor, University of the Philippines, National Identity and Postcolonial Anxiety in the Commercialization of Arnis de Mano. 

20.   Ms. Gokce Ergin, pHd Student, Yıldız Technical University, Childhood trauma, which is also labeled as complex trauma, includes various types of trauma and refers to being exposed to interpersonal and multiple traumatic events. It has been documented that traumatic stress among children and youth is associated wit. 

21.   Ms. Samprity Biswas, Junior Research Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, Russia-China Strategic Relations: Beyond 'Rapprochement' or 'Rivalry.'. 

22.   Dr. Bello Ayuba, Associate Professor, University of Abuja, Unethical Business Practices in Nigeria: Causes, Consequences and Control. 

23.   Ms. Jhanvi Vaghani, Student, Pandit Deendaual Petroleum University, Texting v/s Face to Face communication:A critical study and the stress levels associated to it. 

24.   Dr. Atif Bilal, Assistant Professor, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, CSR Activities and their Impact on Employees’ Intention to Quit in SMEs of Pakistan. Fatima Khan

25.   Mr. Exequiel Gono Jr., Faculty, San Pedro College, Probabilistic Estimation of Acceptance of LGBT Politicians in the Philippine Politics. Co-Author(s): Lloyd E.Balaga; Maria Vina C. Bustamante; Kathleen C.Cabigas; Faith Dorothy M. Caralos; MarianeR.Cardenas; Loraine Ann C.Cruda; Kyla Jerelou S.Deiparine; and Sam Fiolo T. Zoilo

26.   Dr. Milla Setyowati, Lecturer, University Indonesia, Evaluation of Tax Administrative Performance of Separation of Representative Account Functions Based on Integrated Assessment Model for Tax Administration. Co-Author(s): Ricky Garry Gurnita

27.   Dr. Wajid Zulqarnain, Assistant Professor, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, Impact of Online Brand Community on Brand Loyalty: Role of Consumer Engagement. Co-Author(s): Nasir Ateeq

28.   Mr. Sid Ali Selama, Lecturer, ESSA-Alger, Teaching English in the Light of the Second Generation Programs in Algeria: Focus on Learner Autonomy. 

29.   Prof. Susana Mesquita Barbosa, Professor, Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Innovation Policies and the Strategic Agenda for Higher Education in Brazil: Possibilities and Limits for National Development. 

30.   Mr. Cathal Ffrench, Masters Student, University of Limerick, A Mega-Analysis of the Potential for the Predictive power of Initial Contact within Minimal Social Networks. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mike Quayle (Lecturer at University of Limerick) and Mr. Ryan Barrett (Colleague and Masters Student)

31.   Mr. Ryan Barrett, Masters Student, University of Limerick, How Manipulated Initial Contact Predicts Specific Favoritism within Minimal Social Networks. Co-Author(s): Cathal Ffrench (colleague, and Masters Student) & Dr. Mike Quayle (lecturer, University of Limerick)

32.   Mrs. Sadia Mansoor, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Business Mnagement, Does Aid Work in Conflict? An Empirical Analysis of Pakistan. 

33.   Ms. Huei-Lin Juang, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate Institute of Counseling Psychology  and Rehabilitation Counseling, National Kaohsiung Normal University, The benefits of compassion: A development of Compassion Emotion Regulation Model based on Buddhism. 

34.   Mr. İlker Özçelik, Research Assistant, Suleyman Demirel University, An argumentation-based approach to Rupert Brooke’s "The Soldier". 

35.   Dr. Umaimah Wahid, Senior Lecturer, Universitas Budi Luhur, Women Role Model Community Development of Gampong Aceh Through Communication of "Local Culture". Co-Author(s): Rachmi KurniaSiregar, M.Si and Shena Agustina. Additional Paper Accepted:  Changes in Political Economy Media Structure in Indonesian Horror Film Social Construction

36.   Dr. Olarewaju Omoniwa, Lecturer, Federal College of Education, The Discourse of Metaphor in Wọle Ṣoyinka’s a Shuttle in the Crypt: A Stylistic Study. 

37.   Mr. Amin Aminudin, Lecturer, Universitas Budi Luhur, Audience in Reception Analysis Perspective : Audience Reception Analysis to Hashtag # 2019 Gantipresiden. Additional Paper Accepted:  Online Media Construction About Komisi Pembernatasan Korupsi : News Framing Analysis after the Pre-Court Decision Session on E-Ktp Corruption Case Setya Novanto At Tribunnews.Com and Detik.Com September 30, 2017

38.   Dr. Bagus Takwin, Associate Professor, Universitas Indonesia, The Effects of Positive Automatic Thoughts as a Mediators of the Relationship between Positive Affects and Meaning in Life. Co-Author(s): Ridwan Faisal

39.   Dr. Ishmael Yaw Dadson, Senior Lecturer, University of Education Winneba, Morphological classification and protection of the central coastline: Implications for coastal erosion management in Ghana. Co-Author(s): Dr. Kofi Adu-Boahen & Dr Benjamin Kofi Nyarko

40.   Ms. Aayushi Gupta, Student, University of Edinburgh, Writing about selves: Autobiographically, Photographically, and Digitally. 

41.   Mr. Dibya Nandan Mishra, Research Scholar, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Empowering Customer and Service Provider Relationship in Wellness Tourism in India using Sentiment Analysis. Co-Author(s):  Dr Rajeev Kumar Panda

42.   Dr. Huai Bao, Visiting Assistant Professor, Syracuse University, Reading Jin Xing, China’s Transgender Oprah: An Empirical Study of the Media, Agency and Transgender Empowerment in China. 

43.   Mr. rajaram yadav, Student, Internatinal Institute for Population Sciences, Regional pattern of health care utilization by the communicable and non-communicable diseases in India from 1996 to 2014. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Chander Shekhar, Professor

44.   Mr. Navin Kumar, Doctoral Scholar, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Place branding & place marketing literature: A bird’s eye view of the multidisciplinary domain. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Rajeev Kumar Panda, Associate Professor

45.   Ms. Bhakti Parikh, Masters Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Latin America: Still Policy Dependent after all these years? 

46.   Mrs. Neha Saini, Research Scholar, Eternal University, Designing pricing strategies and programmes. Co-Author(s): Dr Jai Kumar Sharma (Associate Professor)

47.   Mr. Zohur Ahmed, Assistant Professor, East West University, Effects of writing in a class blog on EFL students’ attitude towards writing. 

48.   Prof. Richa Pandey, Assistant Professor, Birla Institute of Technology, Diagnosis of Alzheimer in elders at early stage through artificial Intelligence and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). 

49.   Dr. Saw Swe, Program Head, Virtue- Teacher Training Institute, Teaching English for Communication through authentic materials. 

50.   Mr. Umer Ramzan, Lecturer, University of Lahore, SMS Marketing: Dramatic effect on consumers' purchase intention. 

51.   Dr. Rajeev Kumar Panda, Associate Professor, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Social Networking Fatigue, its Antecedents and Discontinuance Usage Intention: Empirical Model Validation. Co-Author(s): Kishalay Adhikari

52.   Mr. Niaz Ahmed, Lecturer, University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Problems faced by working women in banking sector:A case study of Hyderabad district, Sindh, Pakistan. 

53.   Mr. Olaitan Akinleke, Principal Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Effects of Psychosocial Factors on Perceived Workplace Stress Among Female Employees in Ogun State, Nigeria. 

54.   Ms. Nazia Koonj, MS Scholar, Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, The Impact of E-learning on L2 Learning: A Paradigm of Action Research. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Shumaila Memon, Assistant Professor; and Mr. Syed Waqar Ali Shah, Lecturer

55.   Mr. Subramanya Prasad Chandrashekar, Phd Candidate, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Agency and self-other asymmetries perceived bias and shortcomings: Replications of the Bias Blind Spot and link to free will beliefs. Co-Author(s): Dr. Gilad Feldman, Assistant Professor

56.   Ms. Ruchira Panda, Doctoral Scholar, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Financial Market Integration: Empirical Evidence From Domestic and Emerging Markets. Co-Author(s): Dinabandhu Bag

57.   Dr. Tahir Mahmood, Associate Professor, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Human Capital, Technological Spillover and Productivity of Manufacturing Sector: A Comparative Analysis of Pakistan and India. 

58.   Mr. Emad Salem, PhD Candidate, Brunel University, The Effect of Electronic Word of Mouth and Friend-of-a-Friend on Brand Knowledge – An Empirical Investigation in the SMEs. Co-Author(s): Mr. Emad Salem, PhD Candidate

59.   Dr. Ying Xie, Associate Professor, Guangzhou University, Community Label,and Community Identity of Residents in Low-Income Communities : Results of Survey Research in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. 

60.   Ms. Seema Ali Lalani, Secondary Teacher, ITREBP- Institute of Tariqah and Religious Education Board for Pakistan, How can Philosophical Inquiry be used as a means of engendering Spirituality. 

61.   Dr. Hend ALmaseb, Associate Professor, Kuwait University, Kuwaiti Social Workers’ Orientation Toward Evidence-Based Practice (EBP). 

62.   Mrs. Asma Melouah, Lecturer, University Yahia Fares of Medea, Knowledge and Discourse on Critical Thinking: A Relational Perspective. 

63.   Dr. Niam Liu, Assistant Professor, Guangzhou University, A Tracking Study on the Relapse of Forced Detoxification. 

64.   Mr. Muhammad Bilal, Assistant Professor, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, The Nexus of Poverty, Poor Governance, and Income Inequality in Pakistan. 

65.   Mr. Salim Uddin Dewan, Consultant & IGS-Govt Advisory, KPMG-Gurgaon, Multiscale Carhart Four-Factor Pricing Model: Application to the Islamic Equity (Shari’ah Compliant) Market of Malaysia. 

66.   Mr. Salim Uddin Dewan, Consultant IGS-Govt Advisory, KPMG Gurgaon, Multiscale Carhart Four-Factor Pricing Model: Application to the Islamic Equity (Shari’ah Compliant) Market of Malaysia. 

67.   Dr. Subramanya Prasad Chandrashekar, Research Assistant Professor, The Open University of Hong Kong, The Belief in Free-will and Risk-Taking: An Investigation of Competing Hypotheses Across Eastern and Western Culture. 

68.   Mr. Francis Donkor, Student, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Trade off Between the Power of Leadership and Complex Adaptive System: Strategy for Modern Leaders. 

69.   Dr. Wannawee Boonkoum, Lecturer, Silpakorn University, Development of Cultural Tourism Management in Tourism Resources in Central Region of Thailand. 

70.   Prof. Maha Alsejari, Associate Professor, Kuwait University, Physical Activity and Dietary Habit  Among a Sample of Kuwaiti University Students: A Socio-cultural Study. 

71.   Mr. Mohamed Alhanaee, Postgraduate Student, Canterbury Christ Church University, Using Soft Power for Crime Prevention and Reduction: The Experience of  abudhabi police. 

72.   Mr. Tope Awe, Senior Lectrurer, College of Education Ikere, Nexus between Human Capital Development and Human Capital Investment in Nigeria. 

73.   Mr. İbrahim Çağrı Mutaf, Research Assistant & PhD Candidate, Boğaziçi University, Political Liberalism and Religious Discourses: An Evaluation of the Asymmetry Objection. 

74.   Mr. Samik Malla, Doctoral Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Aesthetics of Ugliness: History, Theory and Morality. 

75.   Mrs. Hanan Alenazy, PhD Student, The University of Leicester, Who is in Charge Regarding Gender Segregation in Saudi Arabia: Cultures and Traditions or Religion? 

76.   Mrs. Hanan Alenazy, PhD Student, The University of Leicester, Gender Issues in Leadership: Cultural Perspectives and Related Policies (Macro). 

77.   Mr. Samik Malla, Doctoral Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Aesthetics of Ugliness: History, Theory and Morality.  

78.   Dr. Hanan Alenazy, PhD Student, The University of Leicester, Who is in Charge Regarding Gender Segregation in Saudi Arabia: Cultures and Traditions or Religion?  

79.   Dr. Hanan Alenazy, PhD Student, The University of Leicester, Gender Issues in Leadership: Cultural Perspectives and Related Policies (Macro).  

80.   Mrs. Rekha Chaudhari, Director, Mothers Touch Foundation, Evolving Indian post-partum care through service model: qualitative study of experience and satisfaction. Co-Author(s): Dr. Neha Sharma, Warwick Research Services, UK

81.   Mrs. Taghreed Masri, Lecturer, Canadian University of Dubai, The professional identity of adjunct faculty in higher education.  

82.   Ms. Elizabeth Busang, Lectuerer, University of Botswana, Encouraging Wellness for Elderly through NATURE Wellness Model. Co-Author(s): Mrs Kentse Busang- Chilume

83.   Mr. Subramanya Prasad Chandrashekar, Research Assistant Professor, The Open University Of Hong Kong, The Belief in Free-will and Risk-Taking: An Investigation of Competing Hypotheses Across Eastern and Western Culture.  

84.   Mr. Hoitsimolimo Mutlokwa, PhD Student, Koç University, Analyzing the effectiveness and obligations of the South African Housing policy in addressing informal settlements and the right to city.  

85.   Mr. Manish Joshi, Research Associate, NMP Medical Research Institute, Exploring the Effects of Astrological Intervention On Stress, mood, And Cognition in High Stress Students: Randomised Controlled Trial. Co-Author(s): Dr. Neha Sharma, Warwick Research Services, UK

86.   Mrs. Meenakshi Sharma, Research Associate, NMP Medical Research Institute, The Effectiveness of the Astrological counselling Program for Couples: Findings from a qusi-experimental study. Co-Author(s): Dr. Neha Sharma, Warwick Research Services, UK

87.   Mr. Khaled Al-Anbar, Doctoral Researcher, University of Southampton, The Politics of Inclusion/Exclusion in Framing Conflict: The Middle East Crisis in Political Discourse.  

88.   Mr. Rangga Setiawan, Post-Graduate Student, Indonesia Defense University, The Near-Balance between Cybersecurity and Cyber Privacy: Indonesia’s Cyber Power, Nationalism, and Regional Stability. Co-Author(s): Dr. Yusuf, Secretary of Asymmetric Warfare

89.   Mr. Tawanda David Gotami, Student, Indonesia Defense University, The implications of disruptive innovation on the banking sector in Zimbabwe.  

90.   Mr. Taufik Akbar, Lecturer, Indonesia Defence University, Re-calibration of Indonesia Air Defence Policy to Respond to Asymmetric Warfare in Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Triyoga P Budi

91.   Ms. Petra Beňová, Doctoral Student, University of Defence, Identification and security of areas with high concentration of population (“soft targets”). Co-Author(s): Šárka Hošková-Mayerová, Professor

92.   Ms. Cristina Quaranta, PhD Fellow, University of Rome TorVergata, Multiple dimensions of corporate social responsibility within the firm as a real entity and common good. Co-Author(s): Emiliano Di Carlo

93.   Dr. Ileana-Cinziana Surdu, Researcher, The "Mihai Viteazul" National Intelligence Academy, International Sanctions Policies: How the EU and USA sanction Russia’s actions.  

94.   Dr. Yulan Huang, Lecturer, Yuan Ze University, Analysis of Online Learning Behaviors Using Constructivism Learning Theory.  

95.   Ms. Francesca Dela Cruz, Student, California State University, Improving the Efficiency of Re-Integration for American Troops Addressing Mental Health Issues Following Deployment. Co-Author(s): Hailon Keeling, CSUF student; and Nicholas Abrahams, CSUF student

96.   Ms. Jana Svecova, PhD Student, Masaryk University, Consumer behavior in context of circular economy.  

97.   Mrs. Soukaina Kemmou, PhD Student, Mohammed V University of Rabat, Boycott movement in Morocco: consumers' response to inequality, high cost,of living and government policy. Co-Author(s): Prof Amina Aomari

98.   Mr. Suguraiah Salimath, Assistant Professor, Duddupudi Degree College for Women, A Study on Consumer Behavior towards Online Shopping in India.  

99.   Dr. Mohamad Knio, Lecturer & Assistant Dean, Lebanese International University, Examining the Impact of Political Events on Stock Market Returns in Tadawul, KSA.  

100. Dr. Mohamad Knio, Lecturer & Assistant Dean, Lebanese International University, An investigation into the factors contributing towards staff turnover in a Lebanese bank - Case Study of First National Bank Ltd.  

101. Dr. Mohamad Knio, Lecturer & Assistant Dean, Lebanese International University, Convertible Bonds:Bridges to Everywhere or to Nowhere. Co-Author(s): Sara El Khansa

102.  Dr. Ahmed Bakri, Lecturer, International University of Beirut, The Capital Budgeting Process - The Case of Lebanon.