Shortlisted Abstracts

  • Conference Title:

    5th Academic International Conference on Social Sciences and Education

  • Conference Dates:

    19th-21st, July 2021

  • Deadline for Abstract:

    21st June 2021

  • Venue:

    University of British Columbia, The Liu Institute, Vancouver, Canada

Updated on 10th November 2019

  1. Vela Madlela, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, An analysis of mandatory auditor rotation requirements in South Africa.
  2. John Adavuruku Aliyu, Lecturer, Kogi State Polytechnic, The Role of Accountability, Transparency and Good Governance in Achieving Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
  3. Michael Cant, Professor, University of South Africa, Consumer perceptions of loyalty programmes offered by cosmetic retailers in Durban and on the Kwazulu-Natal North Coast. Co-Author(s): Mrs. S Singh
  4. Mohammed Al-Ahmady, Assistant Lecturer, Zagazig University, Less Invasive Techniques in Management of Intra-articular Calcaneus Fractures. 
  5. Norhisham Bin Mohd Kasim, PhD Student, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, The Significance of Entrepreneurial Leadership and Sustainability Leadership (Leadership 4.0) Towards Malaysian School Performance. Co-Author(s): Nazri Bin Zakaria
  6. Rose Boitumelo Mathafena, Post Doctoral Fellow, Unisa Graduate School for Business Leadership (SBL), Effectiveness of human resources practices in driving proactive experimentation and risk taking work behaviours in organisations. Co-Author(s): Prof Anton Grobler
  7. Onyinye Nwafor-Orizu, Research Officer, National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies (NILDS), Legal And Ethical Issues Arising From Booming Plastic Surgery Practice In Nigeria.
  8. Alrence Halibas, Assistant Professor, Gulf College, Developing a Teaching-Research Nexus Framework and Policy to improve the Teaching and Learning experience in Higher Education.
  9. Adeyemi Olowoniyi, Chief Lecturer, Kwara State Polytechnic Ilorin, Determinants of Capital Structure and Stock Returns in Quoted Companies in Nigeria.
  10. Isah Shittu, PhD Student, Ahmadu Bello University, Firm Characteristics, Audit Attributes and Financial Reporting Quality: Evidence from Listed Consumer Goods in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Adamu Magaji
  11. Desalegn Kebede, Researcher, Oromia Police College, Police women’s empowerment practice in Ethiopia: Oromia in perspective.
  12. Maya Levanon, Assistant Professor, Beit Berl College, A Chronology of Oppression: Self Study of participating in oppressive education.
  13. Akinbode Sangodapo, Lecturer II, Osun State Polytechnic, Social Engineering Concept: Vulnerability of Confidential Secretaries and ICT Staff of Osun State Owned Tertiary Institutions. Co-Author(s): Dr. L. F. Ademiluyi, Chief Lecturer
  14. Muhammad Gambo Hamza, Provost, FCT College of Education, Relationship between Linguistics and Literature in the Teaching of the Arabic Language and Literature in our College.
  15. Mufti Nadimul Quamar Ahmed, Lecturer, North East University Bangladesh, Does knowledge about earthquake vary with respondent’s socio-demographic dimensions? A study in Sylhet city of Bangladesh.
  16. Mahira Abdelshafy, Graduate Teacher Assistant, Arab Academy for Science,Technology and Maritime Transport, Investigating the impact of integrated Supply chain forecasting on the supply chain performance – Empirical study from the FMCGs sector in Egypt. Co-Author(s): Dr Sara Elgazzar, Lecturer Professor
  17. Chrisdie Flores, Lecturer, Far Eastern University, Strategic Marketing Communications Plan for Non-Dot Accredited Farm Tourism Sites in Central Luzon.
  18. Anna Awopetu, Lecturer, College of Education, Nurturing Critical Thinking From Pre-School: Lessons for Nigerian Early Years Educators.
  19. Fatih MANGIR, Professor, Selçuk University, Tornqvist Index to Measure the Efficiency and Productivity of Turkish State Railroad Company. Co-Author(s): Abdul-Razak Bawa Yussif
  20. Rasha Qutb, Lecturer, Damanhour University, The Macroeconomic Determinants of Migrants’ Remittances in Egypt: An ARDL Bounds Testing Approach.
  21. Cosmas Anayochukwu Nwankwo, Lecturer, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Market Orientation and Survival of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria: An Examination of the Integrative Entrepreneurial Marketing Model. Co-Author(s): Dr. MacDonald Kanyangale
  22. Adaobi Patricia Ifejiofor, Lecturer, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Availability, Utilisation and Satisfaction of Learner Support Systems at the Disposal of Internally Displaced Learners in Riverine Communities in Delta State.
  23. Shah Neyamat Ullah, Lecturer, Central Queensland University, A New Revised Definition of Contract Cheating.
  24. Farida Abderrahim, Professor, University Frères Mentouri, The Interrelationship of Form, Meaning, Use and Culture in a Textbook to Develop English as a Foreign Language Learners’ Grammar Awareness.
  25. Murtala Akanbi Yusuf, Lecturer, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Assessment of Motivational Factors in Improving Participation of Adult Learners in Post Literacy Programme in Sokoto Metropolis, Sokoto State, Nigeria.
  26. Suleiman Sa’Adu Matazu, Senior Lecturer, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Undergraduates’ Perception of (Stem) Education as a Tool for Enhancing Economic Development in Sokoto State, Nigeria.
  27. Elizabeth Julius, Lecturer I, Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, The Relationship Between Self-Concept and Problem Solving Skills on Students Attitude Towards Solving Algebraic Problems.
  28. Suleiman Saadu Matazu, Lecturer I, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Undergraduates’ Perception of (Stem) Education As a Tool for Enhancing Economic Development in Sokoto State, Nigeria.
  29. Elizabeth Julius, Lecturer II, Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, The Relationship Between Self-Concept and Problem Solving Skills on Students Attitude Towards Solving Algebraic Problems.
  30. Deguiche Romaisa, Student, University of Chadli Ben Jedid, The Effect of Anxiety on Oral Performance Case Study of First Year Master Students. 
  31. Ayman Ghonim, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Physical Education, The Effect ff Using the Innovative Doubles Play on the Effectiveness of Counterattack in Epee Players Have Fencing.
  32. Ahmed Hashiem, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Physical Education, Beni Suef University Students’ Attitudes Towards Sport for All.
  33. Romaisa Deguiche, Master Student, University of Chadli Benjedid Eltaref, The Effects of Anxiety on EFL Students’ Oral Performance Case Study of First Year Master.
  34. Khelf Yakout, Assistant Professor, Tahri Mohamed University, A Cultural Semantic Analysis of Animal Proverbs: A Contrastive Study Between Arabic and English Proverbs.
  35. Nissim Yonit, Head of the Faculty of Education, Ohalo Acdemic College, The Teacher-Leader’s Image: Between Personal Characteristics and Strategies Empowering Learners. Co-Author(s): Dr. Eitsn Simon
  36. Koris Konstantinos, Researcher, University of Macedonia, Marital Satisfaction, Depression and Social Support in the Context of Marriage.
  37. Uzma Ismail, PhD scholar, Hajvery University, Distributive Justice Towards Innovative Work Behavior with Mediating Effect of Human Resource Management Practices in Hotel Industry of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Prof. Dr Muhammad Khalid Pervaiz, Rector &Dean; and Prof. Dr Muhammad Saif-ur-Rehman
  38. Faizul Mohd Noh, Postgraduate Student, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Educating Malaysian Against Hatred, Stigma, and Prejudice of HIV/AIDS: The Qualitative Study of Malaysia Aids Council (MAC). Co-Author(s): Dr. Mohd Khairie Ahmad; and Mr. Baidruel Hairiel Abd Rahim
  39. Shuang Gao, Researcher, South China Normal University, Effects of Narcissism on Reactive Aggression Among Children: The Mediating Effects of Self-esteem.
  40. Anchalee Suknaisith, Lecturer, Srinakharinwirot University, Teacher’s Instruction That Supporting Critical Thinking for Students in Bangkok.
  41. Siriporn Dabphet, Associate Professor, Srinakharinwirot University, Japan’s Aging Policies and a Lesson for Thailand’s Aging Society.
  42. Jinnawat Lertpradit, Lecturer, Srinakharinwirot University, Applying of a Professional Learning Community in the Development of Active Learning Management of Secondary School Teachers in Thailand. Co-Author(s): Dr. Anchalee Suknaisith
  43. Adefemi Obalade, Associate Professor, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Return Predictability and Market Conditions: A Study of Moroccan Stock Markets. Co-Author(s): Prof. Paul-Francois Muzindutsi, Academic Leader (Finance)
  44. Markéta Šemberová, PhD Student & Lecturer, Palacký University, Intercultural Dimension of a University Teacher´s Work. Co-Author(s): Jitka Plischke, Iva Koribská
  45. Pawinyaphat Woraphan, Lecturer, Srinakharinwirot University, Concept “Thainess” in Thai History and Civics Study Subject of Upper Secondary Level: Barriers to Learning in Order to Develop Citizenship.
  46. Achira Uttaman, Lecturer, Srinakharinwirot University, The Study of Media Literacy Skills of Undergraduate Students in Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand.
  47. Iva Koribská, PhD Student & Lecturer, Palacký University, Doctoral Students’ Perceptions of Critical Thinking Ability in Relation to their Teaching Strategy Concept. Co-Author(s): Jitka Plischke, Jiří Kropáč
  48. Nagib Salem Mohamed Bayoud, Assistant Professor & Director of Economic Studies Unit, University of Tripoli & Libyan Researches and Studies Center, Non-Financial Disclosure and Accounting Performance in Libyan Companies. Co-Author(s): Marie Kavanagh; Geoff Slaughter
  49. Farzana Sharmin, Doctoral Student, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Young Entrepreneurs′ Attitudes Towards Social Media Marketing.
  50. Khadija Alrashidi, Language Instructor, Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Revisiting Humor Theories: Current Status, Future Orientations. Co-Author(s): Teflah M. Almutairi
  51. Amani Jarrar, Associate Professor, Philadelphia University, Higher Education Quality Assurance Standards in Jordan: Professoriate Perspective.
  52. Ayodele Omojuwa, Senior Lecturer, University of Lagos, Scrutinizing the Influence of Social Media on the Academic Performance of Senior Secondary School Students Lagos State, Nigeria.
  53. Rasha Mohamed, Lecturer, Beni Suef University, Program to Promote the Ambitious for Creative Students by Using Models of Celebrities.
  54. Jacob Amawu, PhD Student & Lecturer, Edo State Polytechnic, Unemployment in Nigeria: The Role of Entrepreneurship Education. Co-Author(s): Mr. Ehijiele Ekienabor, PhD Student
  55. Elvis Imadonmwiyi, MSc Student & Lecturer, Igbinedion University, Effective Management of Corporate Image in Achieving Customer Loyalty in the Nigeria Banking Industry. Co-Author(s): Mr. Ehijiele Ekienabor, PhD Student
  56. Veronika Stanislavova, PhD Student, Masaryk University, Role of the Personal Pronouns in Academic Discourse and Development of Academic Writing at the University Level.
  57. Marang Tebogo Mamahlodi, Lecturer, University of South Africa, A Descriptive Health Measurement Module Student Success and Retention Alleyway in Three Academic Years.
  58. Libor Klimek, Associate Professor, Matej Bel University, Costs of Electronic Monitoring in the Slovak Republic.
  59. Mahmoud Odeh, Assistant Professor, The University of Zarqa, Mobile Cloud Computing in the Technology Era: A Managerial Overview of the Main Benefits and Challenges.
  60. Yasser Sedrata, Phd Student, Biskra University, The New Orientalistic Tenets in Gorge Louis Borges Postmodern Fiction.
  61. Makombo Ganga-Limando, Professor, University of South Africa, Public-private Partnerships for Strengthening University-Based Nursing Education in Africa. Co-Author(s): Professor M Christine Matlakala
  62. Jason Miin-Hwa Lim, Associate Professor, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Word Stress Identification: An Exploratory Correlational Inquiry into Second Language Learners’ English Pronunciation.
  63. Kingsley Oduro, Project Research Manager, Ministry of Trade & Industry, Creative Education: A Tool for Changing the Narrative of the Chew and Pour System of Education, Prerequisite for Promoting Entrepreneurship and Modern Day Business Management. Co-Author(s): Bernard Takyi
  64. Ankita Raj, PhD Scholar, GLA University, Human Capital and Economic Growth in India: Unexplored Areas for Empowering Women.
  65. Huiling Zou, Professor, Jiangsu Normal University, Cultural Translation by Way of Paratext: On the Function of Italics and Pictures in Storyteller.
  66. Huiling Zou, Professor, Jiangsu Normal University, An Empirical Research on Extracurricular Autonomous Reading by Vocational College English Majors.
  67. Wanchanok Boonpartsaphai, Postgraduate Student, Srinakharinwirot university, The Development of Thai Boutique,1957-1971.
  68. Jukka Ojasalo, Head of Master’s Degree Programme, Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Intensive Multidisciplinary Learning Concept in Higher Education: Case Cern Bootcamp. Co-Author(s): Virpi Kaartti
  69. Najeem Lateef, Student, University of South Africa, The Vicinity of Poverty and the Barriers of Girlhood: The Episode for the Right to an Education at Selected Province in South Africa.
  70. Christiana Ijeoma Ajaps, Lecturer and Head of Department of English, Federal College of Education Technical, Role of Technology Enhanced Language Learning in English Language Education.
  71. Aminu Hammayo, M.Phil Student, Ahmadu Bello University, Determinants of Internal Audit Effectiveness in Federal Public Sector Organizations in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr. Isah Shittu; and Dr. Ahmad Bello, Associate Professor
  72. Saima Bashir, Senior Research Demographer, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Couple’s Fertility Intentions, Educational Homogamy, and Contraceptive Behavior. Co-Author(s): Karen Guzzo, Associate Professor
  73. Zodwa Manyisa, Senior Lecturer, University of Soiuth Africa, Strategies for Improving Working Conditions of Public Hospitals in South Africa: A Health and Safety Problem.
  74. Olufemi Adesanya, Principal Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Tech), Effects of Technology as a Determinant of Effective Teaching and Learning of English Language at Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka, Yaba, Lagos.
  75. Gul Rind, PhD Student, Miami University, Public-Private Partnerships in Education an Innovation or Global Policy Adoption: A Case of Study Pakistan.
  76. David Barnard, Phd Student, University of Aberdeen, Investigating the ‘Attainment Challenge’ Policy Discourse in Scotland and its Effect on Emergent Teacher Agency.
  77. Kate Bancroft, Postgraduate and Undergraduate Course Leader (Early Years), Leeds Beckett University, ‘Economically Wasteful and an Unnecessary Distraction for Staff,’ A Narrative Account of a Headteachers Transition from Male to Female.
  78. Gloria Ike-Nwafor, Chief Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical), The Prevalence of Collaborative Approach to the Learning of English in Selected Sch. in Lagos, Nigeria.
  79. Vania Kirana Fitria Navalina, Student, Indonesia Defense University, The Need for Policy Reform Institutions in Supporting Indonesian Investment Ecosystems. Co-Author(s): Wildan Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani; and Dr. R Djoko Andreas Navalino, S.IP, M.AB
  80. Syaiful Anwar, M.Bus, M.A, Indonesia Defense University, The Need Improvement of Digital Literacy for Fighting Against Fake News in Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Dr. Adnan Madjid, S.H, M.Hum; and Mr. Wildan Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
  81. Cephas Selebay, Assistant Accountant, Forestry Training Institute, Forestry Taxation in Africa – The Case of Liberia.
  82. Brenda Thoka, Lecturer and PhD Candidate, University of South Africa, “If I Look Back I am Lost”: The Construction of Womanhood in ‘A Song of Ice and Fire.
  83. Brenda Thoka, Lecturer and PhD Candidate, University of South Africa, Who Run The World? (Girls): Girls who Save the World in Nnedi Okorafor’s Who Fear’s Death.
  84. Arturo Molina Collado, Full Professor, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Brand Equity Tourism Destinations: An Application in Wine Regions. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mar Gómez, Associate Professor
  85. Xiaomin Sheng, PhD Student, University of Huddersfield, A Combined Model of Ecological Systems Theory and Social Learning Theory to Understand the Acquisition of Intimate Partner Violence.
  86. Aali Hacene, Professor, Universty of Saida, Religious Belief as a Subject of Sociology and Anthropology: Theory and Method.
  87. Mohammed Buobaid, EdD Student, Newcastle University, An Exploration of Collaboration Between Parents and Educational Professionals in the Plan Design and Implementation of Behavioural Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  88. Sepideh Zahiri, Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance, Birmingham City University, Determinant Factors of Internet Marketing Adoption and the Impact on Marketing Performance in Distribution Sector: An Empirical Study of Irnian SMEs. Co-Author(s): Professor Javed Ghulam Hussain
  89. Irina Korolenko, Senior Lecturer, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Social and Psychological Adaptation and Alienation Problems of Migrant Children in the Multi-ethnic Educational Institutions of Russia. Co-Author(s): Budarina Anna, Simaeva Irina
  90. Anita Kéri, Assistant Lecturer, University of Szeged, New Approaches in the Education of Economics – Co-creation in the Making.
  91. Ahmad Abu-Alhaija, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Arab Open University, Does Production Performance affect Marketing and Financing Performances? The Mediating Role of Marketing Performance in the Relationship Between Production and Financial Performances: The Case of Palestinian Firms. Co-Author(s):  Hosni Hussein Ali
  92. Maciej Stawicki, Assistant Professor, Warsaw University of Life Sciences (WULS-SGGW), Support for the Labour Market in Rural Areas under the EU Cohesion Policy – Poland’s Experience. Co-Author(s): Dr. Agnieszka Wojewódzka-Wiewiórska, Assistant Professor
  93. Sisinyana Hannah Khunou, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, Challenges of Community Service Nurses at a Province in South Africa.
  94. Divyansh Dev, Graduate Insolvency Programme Candidate, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Classification of Homebuyers as Financial Creditors: Invitation to Phoenix Insolvency Situation in India.
  95. Mojalefa Koenane, Professor, University of South Africa, Rural Development Through Traditional Authorities. Co-Author(s): Ms. Nonhlanhla Masechaba Koenane