Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                        3rd Academic International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities (AICSSH)
Conference Dates                      17th-19th August 2017
Deadline for Abstract                17th July 2017
Venue                                        
University of OxfordSt Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Updated on 28th July 2017

1.       Ms. Irena Lucy Ishimora, Students, University of Indonesia, Legal Pluralism in The Management of Kasepuhan Karang Banten’s Customary Forest in Mount Halimun and Salak National Park. Co-Author(s): Muhammad Dimas Tribowo and Rahmi Intan Jeyhan, Students of Faculty of Law University of Indonesia

2.       Ms. Shagufta Jahangir, PhD Scholar, Center of Excellence for Women Studies, An Analytical Study of Social Problems of Women Related to Sports. Co-Author(s):  Dr Asma Manzoor

3.       Mr. Gabriel Aza Nyor, Lecturer, Nigeria Police Academy, State Responsiveness to Crime Reduction: An Assessment of Benue State Amnesty Programme.

4.       Ms. Priyanka Dass Saharia, Student, London School of Economics, Negotiating the ‘Difference’ (A Case Study of India) – Narratives of female migrant workers of Manipur and Nagaland in upscale retail sectors in Delhi. 

5.       Dr. Suela Koza, Lecturer, University Aleksander Xhuvani, Dumre lakes pollution. Additional Abstract Accepted: Material Culture in the Mountainous Region of Shpat

6.       Ms. Sally-Anne Beverley, PhD student, University of Leeds, Violence against bisexual women, a silent epidemic. 

7.       Mr. El Hadj Moussa BenMoussa, PhD Student, The University of Northampton, Teaching Literature Using Critical Thinking and Communicative Approaches. 

8.       Mr. Sukabuji Abdullah Tuheteru, Student, Universitas Indonesia, Strategy of Public Officials in Bangkalan, Madura, East Java, to Become a Local Boss: Fuad Amin Movement Before 2015. Co-Author(s): Sony Wicaksono

9.       Mr. Mwai Daka, Postgraduate Student, University of Sheffield, The Role of Human Rights in the Fight Against Global Poverty. 

10.   Mr. Ibraheem Almakrami, Employee, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Royal Commission From Zero To Global And Function Of The Budget To Achieve The Objective. 

11.   Dr. Bundit Anuyahong, Lecturer, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology, Effects of Clinical Supervision to Enhance Research Ability of New Generation Researchers. 

12.   Mr. Ife Akinyosoye, Lecturer, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Accessibility and patronage patterns of Hotels in Ondo State, South West , Nigeria. 

13.   Mr. Abiodun Ogunboye, Lecturer, Adeyemi College of Education, Factors Enhancing the Patronage of Hotels in Ondo State. 

14.   Dr. Hye Rim Lee, Research Professor, Konkuk University, Effects of Game Players’ Social Intelligence on Aggression. Co-Author(s): Prof.  Jeong Eui Jun; Mr. Kong Jeon Young; and Mr. Lee Sung Je

15.   Ms. Noha Desouky, Instructor of English, The German University in Cairo, Glocal Community engagement: The impact of extra-curricular activities on college students' self-authorship. 

16.   Ms. Dareen Abu Elyosr, Teacher of Biology, The American International School in Egypt, Religion Education in Different Contexts: An Attempt towards mobilizing the reform of religious discourse and practices in Egypt. 

17.   Mr. Muhammad Hussain, PhD Scholar, International Islamic University Islamabad, Iconic Representation of Balochi Culture: A semiotic Analysis. 

18.   Mr. Ghulam Murtaza Khoso, Assistant Professor, University of Sindh, Disputed Waters of East Asia: Emerging Security Threats for Japan. 

19.   Prof. Il-Yeong Kim, Professor, Sungkyunkwan University, “Me that is not me”: Bram Stoker’s Dracula as a Figure of the Abject. Co-Author(s): Bora Shin

20.   Mr. Ibrahim Ghide Adamu, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma polytechnic Geidam, Niger-Delta; Its causes and effects on the socioeconomic life of the people of Ogoni, River State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Ibrahim Ghide   Additional Abstract Accepted:  Challenge Of using SociIall studIes Education for Attitudinal Change

21.   Ms. Eva Andriani, Assistant Lecturer, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Rejection of Theoretical Courses : Cases Study and Work-Related Courses Engagement towards Forensic Accounting International Competencies 2030. Co-Author(s): Ana Rachmawati

22.   Mrs. Ukonu Ijeoma Chinyere, Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, Availability and Functionality of Safety and Security Equipment in Budget Hotels. Co-Author(s): Jeyokan Linda; and Ajongolo Morenike

23.   Dr. Rfah Alyami, Deputy Dean, Arab East College, Globalization and Educational Change: implications for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 

24.   Ms. Areeba Shabbir, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, Digital Divide Issues in Planning and Implementation of Techno centric Education in South Asian Countries. 

25.   Mr. David Jide Oyebisi, Research Student, University of Johannesburg, Primary and Secondary Deviance: When Insider Behaviour become a threat to Information System Security. 

26.   Ms. Li-Chu Chen, Instructor, Shu Zen Junior College of Medicine and Management, Effect of Etymology instruction on EFL Students’ Vocabulary Learning and Reading Comprehension. 

27.   Mr. Anant Prakash Narayan, Ph.D Research Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Politics of Anti-Rape Law Reform: A Socio-Legal Analysis of 16 December Anti Rape Movement in India. 

28.   Dr. Sonali Chakraborty, Associate scientist, Indian Statistical Institute, Health Status of elderly Population: An empirical evidence from India. 

29.   Prof. Hamzat Abdul Raheem, Professor or Arabic, Kwara State University, The Importance of Phonological Studies to the Nigerian Learners of Arabic. 

30.   Ms. Yi Vonn Wong, Postgraduate Student, Inje University, Cane Design: A Preliminary Research concerning on Cane and Elderly Users. 

31.   Ms. Shuchi Bharti, PhD Fellow, Jawaharlal Nehru University, The Transforming Nature of Employment Relations in India: A Socio-Political Analysis of Labour Law and Policy Reforms. 

32.   Dr. Sadeeq Launi, Principal Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Human Development in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Mr. Kabiru A. Garba, Lecturer II

33.   Dr. Muna Alkalbani, Assistant Professor, Arab Open University, Psychometric Properties and Factor Structure of the University Readiness Survey. 

34.   Dr. Shivani Vij, Assistant Professor, Aryabhatta College, University of Delhi, India, Coping Strategies and Life Skills Intervention Program for Street Children in India. 

35.   Dr. Orathai Piayura, Assistant Professor, Khon Kaen University, Male Prostitutes in Contemporary Thai Online Literature. 

36.   Dr. Ho-ying Holly CHUNG, Senior Lecturer, Hang Seng Management College, Report on Motivation and Demotivation of English-as-Second-Language Teachers. 

37.   Mr. Taimoor Shabbir, MS Finance Student, Bahria University Islamabad, Role of Firms-Specific Risk on Capital Structure Adjustment. 

38.   Mrs. Zaiton Mustafa, Lecturer, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Factors Influencing Parents’ Choice of Religious Private Pre-schools. Co-Author(s): Hishamuddin Salim, Lecturer;  Nor Hafizah Abdullah, Lecturer; S. Nur Mursalina S. Azmy, Lecturer; Nurazan M. Rouyan, Lecturer; Suffian Hadi Ayub, Lecturer; Zanirah Wahab, Lecturer

39.   Ms. Hirra Rana, Lecturer, Lahore School of economics, Emotional Intelligence and harmony. 

40.   Ms. Chayata Viriya, PhD Student, Chulalongkorn University, The effects of genre awareness instruction on students' writing ability. Co-Author(s): Punchalee Wasanasomsithi, Assoc. Prof

41.   Mr. Taiwo Olayanju, Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka, Economic Implications of Academic Performance of Tertiary Education Students in Vocational and Science Education Courses. Co-Author(s): Mr. Ebenezer Oje, Lecturer

42.   Dr. Shunfeng Liu, Assistant Professor, The Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, The Construction of Legal Anthropological Knowledge  Tradition:Max Gluckman’s Research on the Ontology of Legal Concepts and Terms. 

43.   Ms. Ece EKEN, Research Assistant, Celal Bayar University, The Role of Early Maladaptive Schemas on Romantic Relationships. 

44.   Mr. Musa Grandawa, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic Geidam Yobe State Nigeria, Determination of some toxic metals (arsenic, cadmium and lead) in dust samples in Geidam main market, Geidam local government area of Yobe state, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Mr. Mohammed Audu Assistant lecturer

45.   Ms. Riyantita Tunjung Sari, Student, Airlangga University, Creative Education for Anti-Corruption to Optimize The Role of School in Character Building Education of Indonesian Students by Education Communication Approach and Anti-Corruption Culture. 

46.   Ms. Kadriye Bozkurt, Research Assistant and Phd Student, Pamukkale University, Two Controversial Faces of Mad People  as Victims or Escapists. 

47.   Ms. Gamze Senturk, Research Assistant and Phd Student, Munzur University, The Fantastic in Anthony Neilson's "The Wonderful World of Dissocia". 

48.   Ms. Kadriye Bozkurt, Research Assistant and Phd Student, Pamukkale University, Revealing Brutal Facts through Absurd Theatre: Absurdity in Red Eye of Love by Arnold Weinstein. 

49.   Ms. Gamze Senturk, Research Assistant and Phd student, Munzur University, The Representation of Misanthropy in "A Rose for Emily" and "Timon of Athens". 

50.   Dr. Fatih Demir, Associate Professor, Manisa Celal Bayar University, The Politics of Policy Analysis: The Case of United Kingdom. 

51.   Ms. Gamze Yalçin, PhD Candidate and Research Assistant, Pamukkale University, The Art of Living in Limbo : A Cinematographic Analysis of the Hours. 

52.   Ms. Qurat Ul Ain, Lecturer, University of Central Punjab (UCP), The Impact of Destructive Leadership on Job Outcomes. 

53.   Ms. Gamze YALÇIN, PhD Candidate and Research Assistant, Pamukkale University, On the Threshold of Change: Analysing the Clash between Ideal Woman Concept and New Woman Concept in Dracula. 

54.   Prof. Basavaraj Donur, Professor, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Literature and Religion: An Interface. 

55.   Mr. Muhammad Kamran, Lecturer/Module Leader Business Economics, Kingston University, What is wrong with Economic Sanctions: Efforts to evaluate the moral dimensions of Economics Sanction. 

56.   Mr. H.Syed Hamid Farooq Bukhari, Lecturer, University of Gujrat, Abortion and its Types in the light of Islamic Legal Maxims ( Qawaid al-Fiqhiyyia) : A Critical Study. 

57.   Ms. Luthfiana Nur, Student, Airlangga University, Emoticon Cap (Topi Ekspresi) as an Interactive Learning Method to Develop Indonesian Village Children's Expression as an Effort in Practicing Interaction Skill. 

58.   Ms. Rebecca Hsieh, Graduate Student, National Chenchi University, The image of “labyrinth” in Borges’s “The Aleph” and “The House of the Asterion”. 

59.   Dr. S.Chandra Sekaran, Head, McNally School of Fine Arts, LASALLE, College of the Arts, DNA Technology – Innovative thinking in Arts Education, Community–Based Arts and Performance Arts.  

60.   Ms. Patricia Agboro, Lecturer, University of Lagos, Teaching Philosophy in Nigerian Universities: Some Pedagogic Considerations. 

61.   Dr. Siti Zubaidah Ismail, Associate Professor, University of Malaya, Damages for Personal Injuries and Causing Death  Resulting from Road Traffic Accident: A Survey from Malaysia. Co-Author(s):  Dr Shahidra A Khalil, Senior Lecturer; Dr Abdullah Ali al-Mekhlafi, Senior Lecturer; and Siti Aisyah Samudin, PhD Candidate

62.   Mr. Umar Werfete, Lecturer, PPPM STAIN Jayapura, Politic of Religiosity and the Rise of Radicalism in Indonesia with Specific Reference to Papua. Co-Author(s):  Suparto Iribaram

63.   Dr. Cheng-Yu Hung, Assistant Professor, National Taiwan University, Educators as transformative intellectuals: Taiwanese teacher activism during the national curriculum controversy. 

64.   Ms. Shweta Saxena, Trained Graduate Teacher – English, Central School (Govt. of India), Deploying WhatsApp messenger to disseminate podcasts-based learning of labor laws among workers. 

65.   Ms. Tanya Khan Mohmand, Alumni, University of Oxford, In Dire Straits: Teacher Policies and Student Achievement Levels of Public Schools in Pakistan. 

66.   Mr. Md Zahidur Rahman, Lecturer, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), The Implications of Demographic Transition for Productive Absorption of Labour Force: The Case of Bangladesh. Co-Author(s): Dr. Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir, Professor, Dept. of Development Studies, University of Dhaka

67.   Mr. Asher Jospe, PhD Student, Tel Aviv Unviersity, On The Commodification of Passions in the Network Society. 

68.   Dr. Naela Danish, Associate Professor, Imam Saud University, Angela Carter- Aspect of New Historicism in "The Magic Toyshop". How the work is a continuation of the culture during the time of the author and the time following it. How the novel has provided the link? 

69.   Dr. Irit Bluvstein, Researcher and Lecturer, Tel Aviv University, Behind the scenes of the hostile-world scenario research: Reflections on researchers' resilience and vulnerability. Co-Author(s): Dr. Kfir Ifrah; and Prof. Dov Shmotkin

70.   Mr. Mohsine Mahraj, PhD student, Ibn Tofail University, ESP Needs Analysis of Computer Engineering Students at the Higher School of Technology, Morocco. 

71.   Dr. Chalermchai Kittisaknawin, Lecturer, Silpakorn University, Thailand, Emotional Quotient, Spiritual Quotient, and Creative Self-Efficacy Influencing Individual Creativity: A Study of Undergraduate Students, Silpakorn University. 

72.   Prof. Shekinah Dorelle Queri, Assistant Professor, University of the Philippines Baguio, Reg(u)arding Indigenous Environmental Discourses in Philippine (F)laws. 

73.   Ms. Renu Dewan, Associate Professor, Ranchi University, Level of Aspiration, Mental Health  & Distress Among Tribal Migrant Labour Women in Jharkhand, India. 

74.   Ms. Ilknur Ekiz, Research Assistant, KTO Karatay Üniversitesi, Development Policies And Commodification Process İn Rural Communities. 

75.   Mrs. Qurry Annisak, Postgraduate Students, Airlangga University, Sociopreneurship Empowerment Concept of Herbal Plants Village as a Solutions to Urbanization Problems of Rural Communities in Indonesia. 

76.   Ms. Funmilayo Ayodele, Student, University of Fort Hare, A Comparative Study of New Media and Traditional Media Usage among Communication Students at University of Fort Hare. Co-Author(s): Prof O. Osunkunle

77.   Prof. Sajid Ahmad, Professor and Principal, University of the Punjab, Development of GIS based Community Health

78.   Information SystemCo-Author(s): SANA ISHAQ, Mphil student, Zahra Majid, Mphil student, Madiha Ijaz, PhD student, Zarnain Shakoor Mphil StudentAdditional Abstract Accepted: Spatio-Temporal Growth Analysis Of District Lahore

79.   Mrs. Neslihan Güler Uğur, PhD Candidate, Leiden University, Representation of Sexual Trauma in the Bastard of Istanbul. 

80.   Mr. Oktay Kaynak, Researcher, Independent Researcher, Three Leaps in Human Evolution. 

81.   Dr. Whasun Jho, Professor, Yonsei University, A Comparative Analysis of social and Political Polarization on Social Networks. 

82.   Mr. K Suresh Kumar, Assistant Professor, Banaras Hindu University, Current  Art Education in Indian Schools : problems, possibilities  ( based on  the practical experience ). 

83.   Ms. Xinyi Zhang, PhD Candidate, Waseda University, Gender Equality from a Perspective of Return of Schooling of Rural-to-urban Workers in China- Empirical Study based on CHIP. 

84.   Mr. Sushil Kumar Solanki, Assistant Professor, School of Planning and Architecture, Universal Design Building Standard for India: A Critical Inquiry. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Rachna Khare

85.   Ms. Gargi Trivedi, Master's Student, University of Delhi, Locating the Anglo-Indian identity- Home, Transnationalism and Diaspora. 

86.   Dr. Anirban Mukherjee, Assistant Professor, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT), Re-examining the role of Ethnic Associations in the USA: The Case of Bengali-Indian Associations in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, USA. 

87.   Dr. Naela Danish, Associate Professor, Imam Saud University, Angela Carter- Aspect of New Historicism in "The Magic Toyshop". 

88.   Dr. Yasir Kamal, Assistant Professor, Institute of Management Sciences, Investigation of Leverage Effect in Pakistan’s Stock Indices; An Application of Asymmetric GARCH models. Co-Author(s): Usama Laique

89.   Ms. Meriem Hamini, Guest Lecturer, Amar Telidji University, A Foucauldian reading of HeforShe campaign in the world: Negotiating power relations in James Tiptree, Jr The Women Men Don’t See. 

90.   Mr. Chau Viet Bao Tran, Lecturer, Eastern International University, The Perceived Importance of Psychological Counseling in University to Vietnamese Students. 

91.   Ms. Ashika Govender, Researcher, The Human Sciences Research Council, Macroeconomic Impact of Economic Growth on Unemployment: A Case of South Africa. 

92.   Prof. Insuk Choi, Assistant Professor, Wonkwang University, Factors Related to Body Image in Korean Preschool Children. Co-Author(s): Ms. Ji Soo Im, Masters Student, Seoul National University 

93.   Dr. Doris Nkechiyem Asiwe, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, North West University, Employees’ Responses to work overload: The mediating effect of Psychological Availability. Co-Author(s):  Prof Sebastian Rothmann, Professor

94.   Mr. Sushil Kumar Solanki, Assistant Professor, School of Planning and Architecture, Universal Design Building Standard for India: A Critical Inquiry. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Rachna Khare

95.   Mr. Ahmad Al-Awamleh, PhD Candidate, Southampton Solent University, The Effect of Palermo Convention to Combat the Crime of Human Trafficking in United Kingdom & Kingdom of Jordan. 

96.   Ms. Sidra Rasool, Lecturer, University of the Punjab, The concept of religious symbolism in Islam and world religions. 

97.   Dr. Cristina-Maria DABU, Member - Researcher, CRIFST - Romanian Academy, Science and religion in the contemporary society - A christian orthodox point of view.  

98.   Ms. Shamaila Burney, Assistant Professor, Hamdard University, Strategic Planning and Management of Public sector Hospitals in Megacity, Karachi: A case on people’s healthcare facility selection criteria and concerns.  

99.   Ms. Sindhu Sekar, Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology -Madras, The Colony Re-visioned – Amitav Ghosh’s Ibis Trilogy.  

100. Dr. Cristina - Maria DABU, Member - Researcher, CRIFST - Romanian Academy, Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary education in contemporary society.  

101. Mr. Holger Preut, Assistant Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Analysing the continued limited success of Vocational Training and Education (VET) in South Korea.  

102. Mrs. Funmilola Megbowon, PhD Student, University of Fort Hare, Culture Induced Social Stratification and Inequality in Selected Prose Fiction: Lola Shoneyin’s the secret lives of Baba Segi's wives and Chimamanda Adichie's Purple Hibiscus. Co-Author:  Lawal Marvelous Adedoyin

103.  Ms. Minu Varghese, English Language Instructor, Jazan University, "Writing on the Self from the Margins: Reading J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood, Youth and Summertime as Fictionalised Memoirs".  

104. Dr. Mi-Hye Chang, Senior Researcher, Korean Woman’s Development Institute, Rebuilding Women Safety Policy by the Life-Course Approach: Gender Differences in Risk Management Capacity of the Household and Living Spaces.  

105. Mr. Jose Varghese, English Language Instructor, Jazan University, Exploring the Personal Moral Space: 'The Nothing' by Hanif Kureishi and 'Nutshell' by Ian McEwan.  

106. Dr. Dewi Amat Sapuan, Associate Professor, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, A Reconceptualisation of Emotional Labour: Examining a Paradox of Emotional Consequences for Mental Health Professionals.