Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                      7th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Science Studies
Conference Dates                   13th - 15th November 2017
Deadline for Abstract             16th October 2017
Conference Venue                   University of Oxford, St. Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Updated on 3rd October 2017

1.       Prof. Shukla Das, Professor, FLAME University, Children's Entertainment Television in India: The Changing Scenario and the Urban Indian Child. Co-Author(s): Sashank Kini, Research Associate

2.       Mr. Benn Van Den Ende, PhD Candidate, Murdoch University, Conceptualizing Life in the work of Michel Foucault.  

3.       Dr. Taiwo Akintade, Lecturer, Adeyemi College of Education, Factors influencing the awareness and adoption of Cassava Vitamin A varieties among rural farmers in Nigeria.  

4.       Mrs. Okolo Ebele, Principal Executive Officer, Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Implication Of National Broadcasting Commission Code On Broadcast Media.  

5.       Mr. Mabayoje Sennuga, Lecturer, Tai Solarin College of Education, Economic and Political Effects of Malaria on Labour Productivity in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Mr. Fatai Agoro, Lecturer

6.       Mr. Manas Moulic, Assistant Professor, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Centenary College, Understanding the Dynamics behind Effective Listening as Language Skills. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mojibur Rahman. Additional Abstract Accepted:  The Loud Silence: Silent Role Play to Develop effective Communication and Listening Skills

7.       Mr. Muzammir Anas, Lecturer, Sultan Zainal Abidin University, The Relationship Between Balaghah Aspect and Narrative Structure in the Story of Moses a.s With the Pious Man. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Badri Najib Zubir, Associate Professor; Dr. Radzuwan Ab. Rashid, Senior Lecturer; Mrs. Nur Salina Ismail, Lecturer; and Mrs. Zanirah Wahab, Lecturer

8.       Mr. Charles Sevume, Researcher, Youth Crime Watch Uganda, Crimes and trends of violence today.  

9.       Dr. Sadeeq Launi, Principal Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Human Development in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Kabiru Abubakar Garba

10.   Mr. Kabiru Abubakar Garba, Lecturer II, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, The Causes and Effect of Drug and Substance Abuse among Young Female Children in Bauchi State of Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sadeeq Launi

11.   Mr. Tesfabrhan Sereke, Postgraduate Student, Central China Normal University, African Domestic Violence: Trends, Underpinning factors and its Panacea.  

12.   Mrs. Egwuowu Grace Ngozika, Head of Department, Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) Enugu, Essentials to the Attainment of Sustainable Economic Development.  

13.   Mrs. Olessia Vashchuk, Associate Professor, National University Odessa Academy of Law, Psychophysiological examination: expert opinion.  

14.   Mr. Patrick Mendie, Lecturer, University of Calabar, Calabar-Nigeria, Postmodernism and the Concept of Time. Co-Author(s): Dr. Donald Enu

15.   Mr. Benn Van Den Ende, Postgraduate Student, Murdoch University, The Cyborg as Reistance: A Literature Review.  

16.   Dr. Noor Hasmini Abd Ghani, Associate Professor, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Halal Consumption Pattern: The Role of Brand Personality, Packaging, Environmental Concern, Perceived Price, and Muslim Lifestyle. Co-Author(s): Nik Kamariah Nik Mat; and Yaty Sulaiman

17.   Mr. Gambo Sagirrumah, Lecturer/Researcher, Federal University, Dutsinma, Nigeria’s 2015 General Elections and Her Foreign Policy. Co-Author(s): Ogoh, A. O

18.   Dr. Ampairat Aksornprom, Associate Professor, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, A Development of Social Welfare System for Families with Elders to Reduce Social Inequality. Co-Author(s): Dr. Krisana Rungrojwanich

19.   Prof. Md. Awal Hossain Mollah, Professor of Public Administration, University of Rajshahi, War Crimes Trial and Human Rights in Bangladesh.  

20.   Mrs. Oniha Osato Mabel, Lecturer, Edo State Polytechnic, Death Penalty; The Legality Of Execution By Hanging And Firing Squad In Nigeria.  

21.   Dr. Muhammad Shakil Ahmad, Assistant Professor, COMSATS Institute of IT, High performance practices bundles impact on the employees’ extra-role performance: The mediation of work engagement. Co-Author(s): Tariq Sanober

22.   Mr. Prasetyo Budiman, Student, Padjadjaran University, The Effect of Instagram Photos on Personal Branding and Visual Identity.  

23.   Dr. Saengchan Hemchua, Assistant Professor, Srinakharinwirote University, Watching Feature-Length Film to Improve Listening Skill and Use of English.  

24.   Ms. Razia Bano, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, Working Condition of ‘Bhadohi Carpet’ Workers: A Study of District Level.  

25.   Ms. Faiza Nafees, PhD Student, Aligarh Muslim University, Reforms in Telecommunication and its Impact on Socio Economic Development of India.  

26.   Prof. Nigar Zuberi, Professor, Aligarh Muslim University, Is MNREGA Helpful for Eradication of Poverty among Rural India: a Case Study of Uttar Pradesh?  

27.   Dr. Bashar Mutahar, Associate professor, Yarmouk University, Arab Audiences' dependency on traditional and new mass media as sources of information about terrorist attacks in Paris 2015. Co-Author(s): Abd El-Basit Mahmoud

28.   Ms. Maryam Qonita, Student, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Forgiveness differences in Women Victims of Domestic Violence in Terms of the Children Presence.  

29.   Dr. Bushra Akram, Assistant Professor, University of Gujrat, Suicidal behavior among youth with sensory impairment: Prevalence and comparison.  

30.   Mr. Mahfooz Alam, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, Role of Government Health and Education in India. Additional Abstract Accepted:  People’s Participation and Governance

31.   Ms. Kinkiri Ravali Reddy, Student, CMR Law School, Honor Killing : Inter Caste Wed Locks – A Social Evil? Co-Author(s): Kinkiri Saritha Reddy, PhD student of Greenwich University

32.   Mr. Awe Isaac Tope, Lecturer, College of Education Ikere, Nexus Between Human Capital Development and Human Capital Investment in Nigeria.  

33.   Dr. Soraya Husain-Talero, Researcher, José María Córdova Military School - ESMIC, Female Leadership within a Military Academy in Bogotá, Colombia. The experiences of second lieutenants during their training phase. Co-Author(s): Luis Guillermo Muñoz Angulo

34.   Mr. Mojeed Adekunle Lawal, Chief Lecturer, Osun State Polytechnic Iree, An Overview of Conflict and Students-Authority Conflict Management in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. Co-Author(s): Dr. Yakibi Ayodele Afolabi, Lecturer and Dr. Jacob Olusola Agboola, Lecturer

35.   Ms. Nighat Gul, Lecturer, Govt. Postgraduate Collage for Women, The role of psycho social factors in Taliban ideology development: A Qualitative Approach. Co-Author(s): Tehir Hussain shah. Additional Abstract Accepted:  A Relational Study on the Personality Traits and Vocational Interests among Youngsters

36.   Mrs. Kartini Kamaruzzaman, PhD Student, University of Leicester, An In-Depth Analysis of Cyberconflict: A Case Study of British Muslims and the Mobilisation of the #NotInMyName Movement.  

37.   Prof. Valerie Ross, Associate Professor, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Translational Research in Music.  

38.   Ms. Bhakti Parikh, Student, Humber College, Black Money and the Policy of Demonetization.  

39.   Ms. Fatimah Kuzi, Lecturer, National Defence University of Malaysia, Role of the Malaysia border Rejiment; Daesh Threat to National Security. Co-Author(s): Ruhanas Harun; Nurhana BT Mohd Rafiudin; and Safar Bin Harun

40.   Mr. Zohaib Zahid, PhD Scholar, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Blemishes in Syllabus Designing of English at Primary Level of Education in Pakistan: An obstacle in attaining language proficiency. Co-Author(s): Dr Mamuna Ghani, Professor. Additional Abstract Accepted:  An Outdated Adopted Version for English Language Teaching in Pakistan: A Failure to Achieve Targets

41.   Mr. Dare Owolabi, Lecturer, College of Education, Ikere - Ekiti, Nigeria., Democracy as an Important Aspect of Globalization: Africa in Perspective.  

42.   Ms. Sanchi Jain, Alumni, Oxford University, Sanskritization: Acquiescence or Assertion? A Critical Study of Dalit Agency in Contemporary India.  

43.   Prof. Amina Bashir, Professor and Dean, Federal University Dutse, Health Literacy as Key to developing health Related Welfare in Nigeria.  

44.   Dr. Darina Dvornichenko, Associate Professor, National University, Continuity and Transformation of the EU Policy towards The Kurdish Issue in Turkey and Iraq. Co-Author(s): Najat Serusht, PhD candidate

45.   Dr. Ogungbenle Sola, Lecturer, College of Education, Nexus Among Output Gap,Labour Income Share, Unemployment Rate And Inflation Rate in Nigeria; A Bound Testing Approach.  

46.   Mr. Muzaffar Hussain Mir, Doctoral Candidate (UGC - Junior Research Fellow), Jamia Millia Central University, Children-in-Conflict-with-Law versus Law-in-Conflict-with-Children: Deciphering the N.C.R.B. Crime Data and Policy Discourse in India.  

47.   Ms. Zahra Syifa, Undergraduate Student, Padjadjaran University, Design Thinking: An Approach That Shaped Bandung Into Creative City. Co-Author(s): Mr. Abubakar Ahmad, Undergraduate Student

48.   Dr. Jacob Oyugi, Senior Lecturer, Kyambogo University, Enhancing Quality of Student Internships in Organizations.  

49.   Dr. Muryanto Amin, Dean, University of Sumatera Utara, Recruitment Model of Political Party for Political Position in North Sumatera Province, Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Walid Musthafa Sembiring

50.   Mr. Ibrahim Ghide Adamu, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma polytechnic Geidam, Niger-delta crisis: Its causes and effects on the socio-economic life of the people of Ogoni, Rivers State, Nigeria.  

51.   Ms. Maria Kiwan, Student, University of Balamand, Effect of Sports Sponsorship on the value of the Sponsoring firm: An Event Study. Co-Author(s): Nouhad Boustany

52.   Ms. Qurry Annisak, Student of Airlangga University, Airlangga University, Dilemma Forced Marriage to Young Women Madura as Culture From Ancestors to Violation Human Rights And Contributor of  Early Marriage In East Java Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Luthfiana Nur; Fardhan Setyo Alamsyah; and Riyantita Tunjung Sari

53.   Dr. Aminu Fagge Muhammad, Assistance Professor, Federal University Dutse, Modelling of Public Debt and it's impact on the Nigerian Economy. Co-Author(s): Mal.Murtala Abdu and Mal.Abdullahi D. Marmara

54.   Ms. Meg Sherman, Freelance academic, In Defence of Marxist International Theory as Scientific Method and Objective Fact as Against Propagandising it away as Ideology.  

55.   Mr. Awe Isaac Tope, Lecturer, College of Education, Total Factor Productivity and Manufactured Export in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ekiran Joseph O

56.   Dr. Carl Bradley, Lecturer, Massey University, Outlaw Bikers, methamphetamine and the pragmatic rationale for change.  

57.   Mr. Akinsete Olabode, Masters Candidate, University of Vienna, Theoretical Approach and Critiques of James Clifford Theory of Partial Truth.  

58.   Mr. Akinsete Olabode, Masters Candidate, University of Vienna, Radical Islamic Organizations as a social Movement. Co-Author(s): Akinsete Olabode

59.   Mr. Michael Furac, Graduate Student, University of Guelph, Normalized Injustice in Animal Experimentation.  

60.   Dr. Pogkrong Boon-Long, Assistant Professor, MA Program in Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, College of Interdisciplinary Studies, Thammasat University,

61.   Exploring the Meanings of Genius through the Female Protagonist in "Bad Genius," Thailand's 2017 Blockbuster Film.  

62.   Prof. Desere Kokt, Associate Professor, Central University of Technology, Organisational change – why does it remain so complex?

63.   Dr. Babak Mahmood, Associate Professor, Government College University Faisalabad, The Impact of Urban Rural Differentials of Social Inequality on Society: A Case study of District Faisalabad.  

64.   Dr. Samuel Kayode Adekunle, Principal Lecturer, Tai Solarin College of Education, Forgiveness as the panacea to global terrorism: insights from christianity, islam and yoruba traditional religions.  

65.   Dr. Noor Muhammad, Assistant Professor, Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Understanding the benchmarking practices of women entrepreneurs operate home-based small businesses in rural areas. Pakistan a case in point. Co-Author(s):  Ms Sania Binte Saleem

66.   Mrs. Sola Abodunde, Senior Lecturer, The Polytechnic Ibadan, ICT and Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises: An Empirical Investigation. Additional Abstract Accepted:   Effect of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurial Competencies and Intentions among Final Year Students of the Faculty of Business and Communication Studies, The Polytechnic Ibadan Nigeria

67.   Dr. Johan Hattingh, Lecturer, Central University of Technology Free State, Advancing Cross-Border Tourism Cooperation: The Case of the Karoo Region of South Africa.  

68.   Mr. Yu Shing Hung, Research Assistant & Independent Researcher, University of Warwick, Good Muslim; Bad Muslim: The Existence or Absence of Cultural Tolerance towards American Muslims in Los Angeles?

69.   Mr. Haoyu Zhai, Postgraduate, University of Oxford, Economy, Identity, Security: Towards an Interdisciplinary Understanding of Immigration Attitudes.  

70.   Prof. Liqin Wu, Professor, Anhui University of Finance & Economics, Eye Movement Measure Testing the Switching Cost in the Pure Chinese and Code-Switching Contexts.  

71.   Dr. Mustak Ahmed, Associate Professor, University of Rajshahi, Media Coverage of Street Harassment of Women in Bangladesh: A Study on National Dailies. Co-Author(s): Rajoanna Karim Mowly


73.   Mr. Ikhsan Siregar, Lecturer, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Supply chain activity has an opportunity for the occurrence of risk. Therefore, risk management is needed in the handling of risk with the aim to minimize the risk level and impact of those risks. Place conducted research is a company engaged in the ferti. Co-Author(s): Mangara M. Tambunan

74.   Mrs. Syrrina Haque, Lecturer/Visiting Faculty, Kinnaird College for Women, Goddesses and Women: The Dichotomous Coexistence of Religio-Social Inflected Vision of Indian Feminism in Bapsi Sidhwa's Water.  

75.   Mrs. Tess McGirr, PhD Student, Australian National University, Foundations for welfare to work: Participation in Australian Government-funded family services and the employability and employment outcomes of welfare recipients with young children.  

76.   Ms. Dima Alburai, MSc student, Islamic University, Management of the UNRWA shelters and the role of international law       protection in Gaza strip during 2014 war on Gaza (Protective Edge)..  

77.   Mrs. Sola Modinat Abodunde, Senior Lecturer, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Information and Communication Technology and Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises: An Empirical Investigation. Additional Abstract Accepted:  Effect of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurial Competencies and Intentions Among Final Year Students of the Faculty of Business and Communication Studies, the Polytechnic, Ibadan

78.   Ms. Ansa Javed, Assistant Director, Planning & Development, Women University Mardan, The Maize Production & Change in Climate : A case study of the Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ,Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Ms. Hadeeqa Rafique

79.   Ms. Mahwish Zeeshan, Lecturer, Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Doom of Anthropology in Pakistan; Current Scenario. Co-Author(s): Dr. Abid Ghafoor Chaudhry

80.   Ms. Eleri John, Lecturer, University of South Wales, Challenging ability groupings in the Welsh Foundation Phase: A case study of pupils’ perceptions of their academic self-concept.  

81.   Ms. Jaismeen Kaur, Research Scholar, Punjabi University, Empty Nest Syndrome : When Parental Overprotection, Loneliness and Stress Intrude Parent’s Life. Co-Author(s): Mandeep Kaur

82.   Mrs. Yulia Nigmatzyanova, Senior Lecturer, RUDN University, On Criteria for Selecting Material for Teaching English for Specific Purposes. Co-Author(s): Prof. Nailya Valeeva; Assoc. Prof. Maria Rudneva; Natalia Merkushina (Senior Lecturer); and Rumiya Kaderova (Senior Lecturer)

83.   Mr. Harris T. Rajan, Ph.D. Research Scholar, Madurai Kamaraj University, An Analytical Study of Determinants of Service Failures and Strategies to Improve Quality Service Performance in the Indian Banking Sector.  

84.   Ms. Sawatia Ghazanfar, M.Phil Scholar, PMAS-Arid Agriculture University, Anthropo-Religious Approaches towards Physical Well-Being: A Case Study of Sufi Shrines in Potohar, Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Dr. Abid Ghafoor Chaudhry, Chairman, Department of Anthropology

85.   Dr. Noor Muhammad, Assistant Professor, Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Measuring the success and failure of SMEs (service industry) based on PZ&B service quality dimensions in rural areas: Evidence from Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Suddiyas Nawaz

86.   Ms. Anita Mahotra, Student, Manmohan Memorial Institute of Health Sciences, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Depression among Female Survivors of Trafficking in Rehabilitation Centers of Nepal. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sujan Babu Marhatta, Assistant Campus CHIEF; Tulsi Ram Thapa ; Ambika Thapa

87.   Prof. Daniel Chigudu, Associate Professor, University of South Africa, Politics and Constitutionalism: Entrenching the Rule of Law in Africa. Additional Abstract Accepted: Beyond Conflicts and Terrorism  in North Africa Since the Arab Spring : Global Implications

88.   Mr. Dandi Supriadi, Lecturer, Universitas Padjadjaran, Social Media and Journalism in Indonesia: A Study on the Use of Social Media at Co-Author(s): Dr. Herlina Agustin, Lecturer

89.   Dr. Herlina Agustin, Lecturer, Universitas Padjadjaran, Religious Practice and Environmental Conservation: A Critical Study on the Use of Sea Turtles for Buddha Ritual in Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Mr. Dandi Supriadi, Lecturer

90.   Mr. Kumlachew Salilew, Lecturer, Bahirdar Institute Of Technology, Exploring the Link between Religion and Development in Ethiopia: Two Case Studies.  

91.   Ms. Behiye Korpe, Res.Asst. and Phd Student, Mardin Artuklu University/ Marmara University, An Outlook of Stock Market Performance and Its Contribution to Economic Growth: BRICS and MINT Case Study.  

92.   Mr. Yuki Watai, PhD Candidate, The University of Warwick, When the constitution overrides the international law: external security challenges with internal constitutional barriers in case of Japan in the post-Cold War era.  

93.   Ms. Jacqoline Austin, Assistant Professor, Forman Christian College, Tales tell and theater impacts: Importance of role-plays and theater in multidisciplinary classrooms.  

94.   Dr. Nousheen Bhutta, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Sannio, Financial Crises in the context of Behavioral Finance. Co-Author(s): Dr. Biagio

95.   Dr. Maria Rudneva, Associate Professor, RUDN University, Vocabulary Development: The Case Study of MOOC Implementation. Co-Author(s): Dr. Nailya Valeeva, Professor; and  Dr Yulia Nigmatzyanova, Senior Lecturer

96.   Mr. Ashit Srivastava, Assistant Professor, Amity University, Democracy is Anti-Federalism: Petting two alpha males together.  

97.   Mr. Wilegoda Mudalige Charith Lakshan, Student, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, An anthropological approrach to Angampora as a traditional martial art: Current trends and views.  

98.   Ms. Kajol Shah, Graduate Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Global propaganda of ISIS and the role of social media platforms: An uprising of a new media conglomerate.  

99.   Mr. Sonnet Sarker, Student, University of Delhi, Narrative of aging in postcolonial Bengal: A study of ‘The Shadow Lines’ and ‘Namesake’.