Shortlisted Abstracts

  • Conference Title:

    14th Academic International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities

  • Conference Dates:

    13th-15th, July 2020

  • Deadline for Abstract:

    15th June 2020

  • Venue:

    University of Cambridge, Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Updated on 3rd April 2020

    1. Mr. Adesegun Olalekan Adeosun, Deputy Registrar (Personnel), Osun State Polytechnic, Effectiveness of WhatsApp Social Media Application on Information Dissemination among Students of Nigeria Tertiary Institutions. (A Case Study of Osun State Owned Tertiary Institutions). Co-Author(s): Mr. Akinbode Sangodapo, Lecturer II
    2. Dr. Manal Aldaihnai, Associate Professor, The Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Faculty Attitudes and Knowledge Towards the Inclusion of College Students with Disabilities in the University.  
    3. Mr. Aiwansedo Ikponmwosa Alexander, Lecturer, College of Education Ekiadolor Benin, Influence of Environmental Challenges on Business Growth in Sub-Sahara Africa (A Case Study of Guinness Nigeria PLC).  
    4. Dr. Lawrence A. Okolo, Lecturer, Enugu State College of Education Technical (Education), The Utilization of Computer as a Tool for Research in Digital Library in Enugu State. Co-Author(s): Mrs. Ebele Georgina Chukwu, HOD E-library
    5. Mr. Adesegun Olalekan Adeosun, Deputy Registrar (Personnel), Osun State Polytechnic, Is the Effect of Staff Counseling Services on Employees Performance in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: A Case Study of Osun State-Owned Tertiary Institutions. Co-Author(s): AKinbode Sangodapo, Lecturer
    6. Mr. Austin Edegbe, Chief Lecturer, College of Education, An Evaluation of the Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction Among Staff of Colleges of Education in Edo and Delta States, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Mr Nicholas Igbinighene
    7. Mr. Stanley Osemwenkha, Lecturer I, College of Education, Teaching and Learning Issues in Further Mathematics: A Case Study of Some Selected Secondary Schools in Edo South Senatorial District. Co-Author(s): Ebarah Austin
    8. Mr. Charles Onyeamaechi Ogbozor, Lecturer, Enugu State College of Education (Technical), E-Learning Needs Assessment Among Students in Colleges of Education Affiliated to Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Mrs.Ebele Georgina Chukwu, HOD E-library
    9. Dr. Suparada Prapawong, Lecturer, Chiang Mai University, Thailand’s 21st Century Media Application in Learning.  
    10. Mr. Stanley Osemwenkha, Lecturer, College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin, Teaching and Learning Issues in Further Mathematics: A Case Study of Some Selected Secondary Schools in Edo State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Mr Austin Ebarah, Assistant Lecturer
    11. Mrs. Kate Izekor, Lecturer, College Of Education, Psycho-Social Factors Affecting Women’s Attitude Towards Exclusive Breatfeeding in Edo State, Nigeria.  
    12. Dr. Okosun Abhiele Victor, Principal Lecturer, Department of General Studies, School of Education, Gender Inequality and Economic Reforms: Issues and Challenges of the Role of the Father in Family Building and Core Family Values.  
    13. Mr. Solomon Atagana, PhD Student & Lecturer, College of Education, Agricultural Credit. A Panacea for Economic Growth in Nigeria.  
    14. Dr. Loay Badran, Assistant Professor, Zayed University, Characteristics of the Arabic Language.
    15. Mrs. Fidelia Nwabuno Obaseki, Lecturer, College Of Education Ekiadolor, Postgraduate Research Attitude Towards Research, Research Self Efficacy and Research Anxiety as Predictors of Their Achievement Scores in a Research Method Course in Edo Delta State of Nigeria.  
    16. Dr. Loay Badran, Assistant Professor, Zayed University, Approaches to Second Language Acquisition in Relation to Arabic.  
    17. Mr. Selamat Muliadi, Lecturer, Hamzar University College of Islamic Economics, The Role of Zakat on Sustainable Economic Development – By Rumah Zakat.  
    18. Dr. Yousreya Alhamshary, Lecturer, Damanhour University, A Comparative Analysis of Translated Cultural Signs in Naguib Mahfuz’s the Thief and the Dogs.  
    19. Dr. Nawar Al-Hassan Golley, Professor, American University of Sharjah, The Power of Discourse: Uncovering the Ideology of Gender Representations in Saudi Media. Co-Author(s): Dr, Aisha Mohamed-Sayidina
    20. Dr. Adeyemi Olowoniyi, Chief Lecturer & Deputy Director, Kwara State Polytechnic, Determinants of Capital Structure and Stock Returns in Quoted Companies in Nigeria.  
    21. Dr. Pius Prince Imiera, Lecturer & Post-Doctoral Researcher, The University of South Africa, Benefits and Challenges of Open and Distance Learning Educational System in South Africa and Nigeria: Case study of UNISA and NOUN.  
    22. Dr. Hossam Samir Omae Ebrahim, Associate Professor, College of Education for Early Childhood, Action Research as a Suggested Study Strategy for the Kindergarten Teacher’s Professional Development.  
    23. Dr. Mohammad Sami Ali, Assistant Professor, Zarqa University, Long and Short-Run Causalities of Banks’ Performance along with Dividends’ Policies.  
    24. Prof. Veronica Guadalupe Payan Quinonez, Professor Associate, Universidad del Valle de Mexico, Wynwood Urban Transition Process:  From Lands for the Pineapple Crop, to an Art District. Co-Author(s): Luis Fernando Luque Vega, Associate Professor
    25. Ms. Anxhela Filaj, PhD Student, University of Debrecen, When a Rape Case Gets Derailed; Depicting Flawed Investigation in Unbelievable.  
    26. Mr. Zain Asif, Student, Air University, Supportive Organizational Environment and Turnover Intention: Testing the Mediating and Moderating Mechanisms. Co-Author(s):  Farha Rehmat
    27. Dr. John Yahaya Along, Chief Lecturer, Federal College of Education, The Role of Religion in the Promotion of Security and National Development.  
    28. Dr. Cescilio Chavez, Teacher, Dallas School District, Trumps’ Border Wall and Child Separation: Migration and The Effects on Children’s Education in The United States.  
    29. Mr. Olusegun Ige, Instructor, College of Education, Pursuance of Sustainable World through Educational Marketing in Nigeria.  
    30. Dr. Ayeshah Alazmi, Assistant Professor, Kuwait University, Teacher Job Commitment and Principal Fairness: The Mediating Role of Principal Trustworthiness. Co-Author(s): Abdulaziz Shaihan Alenezi
    31. Dr. Fady Tawakol, Assistant Professor, Zayed University, Endorsement of the Negotiable Instruments Through Block Chain Technology in the United Arab Emirates Legal System”.  
    32. Dr. Radley Henrico, Senior Lecturer, University of the Western Cape, The Need for Developing the Principle of Legality in South African Administrative Law to Include Proportionality as a Ground for Judicial Review.  
    33. Dr. Senem Sahin, Associate Professor, University of Augsburg, An Investigation of Teacher Anxiety among Students of English as a Foreign Language at German Universities.  
    34. Dr. Joseph Onuoha, Lecturer, University of Nigeria, Structural Equation Modeling of Influence of Home and School Environment on Students Academic Achievement in Economics in Secondary Schools in Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Idika, Ezinne Orie
    35. Ms. Mary Nicolette Ihenacho, Lecturer, Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Efficacy of Reminiscence Therapy on the Depressive Symptoms of Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment.  
    36. Ms. Isil Candemir, PhD Student, Bogazici University, Decomposition of Risk Premia in Equity Markets Through Time. Co-Author(s): Cenk Cevat Karahan
    37. Dr. Olumuyiwa Viatonu, Chief Lecturer, Michael Otedola College of Primary Education, The Use of Information and Communication Technology in the Management and Control of Truancy among Senior Secondary School Students in Lagos State Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Miss Lucia Odulate, Lecturer I
    38. Mrs. Benardine Ngozi Ike, Administrative officer II, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, The Polytechnics in Nigeria and their Corporate Social Responsibility to the host Community (A Case study of Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana, Ebonyi State, Nigeria).  
    39. Mr. Solomon Tagesse Anulo, Lecturer, Hawassa University, Migration and Its Policy Dedication In Ethiopia: The Migration of Hadiya People of Ethiopia to the Republic of South Africa.  
    40. Dr. Pac Ordu, Chief Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical), Institution-Industry Collaboration in Teaching to Empower Students: Harnessing the Omoku Enterprenurship Mentoring Model Perspective.  
    41. Dr. Suraju Aminu, Principal Lecturer, Lagos State Polytechnic, The AfCFTA Agreement: The Prospects and Challenges for Nigeria.  
    42. Ms. Manju Verma, MPhil Research Scholar, Ambedkar University, Everyday Experiences of Structural Violence of Baiga Women in Kutelidadar, Madhya Pradesh.  
    43. Ms. Carol Wilson, MPhil Research Scholar, Ambedkar University, Gendered Bodies and Embodied Spaces; Everyday Experiences of Kamzori among Women in Harratola, Madhya Pradesh.  
    44. Mrs. Kenza Amara-Hammou, PhD candidate, VUB, Disadvantaged’ Citizens Feelings of being Represented.  
    45. Prof. Sampson Nwaomah, Professor, Adventist University of Africa, The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal Number 15 and the Niger Delta Environmental Challenges.  
    46. Dr. Radia Guerza, Senior Lecturer, Mostéfa Benboulaid Batna 2 University, The Liability of Computer-Mediated “Input Process Output” (CMIPO) Communicative Scheme for the Teaching of EFL Speaking
    47. Dr. Ishmail Pamsm-Conteh, Lecturer, University of Makeni, Prosecuting African Heads of State at International Criminal Courts-A Reflection.  
    48. Ms. Deborah Jean Lomax, Doctoral Candidate, The University of Auckland, The Liberal Paradox for Muslims Educated in New Zealand.  
    49. Ms. Eman Faisal, PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge, Structural Equation Modelling in Psychology and Education.  
    50. Prof. Yaffa Moskovich, Associate Professor, Zefat Academic College, Management Style in Kibbutz Industries.  
    51. Mr. Randy Binag, Teacher III, Bagong Silang High School- DepEd Caloocan, Multiple Intelligences as Basis for the Use of Learning Station in Teaching Biology.  
    52. Ms. Rashi Choraria, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Estimating Benefits Of 3PLSP impacting Logistics Flexibility Across Various Classes of FMCG Ventures: Retailers Prospective.  
    53. Mr. Ademola Ayodele, Lecturer, Federal University, Agricultural Financing and Food Security: Nigeria Experience. Co-Author(s): Dr. Afolabi Babatunde, Reader
    54. Dr. Nsaka Sesepkekiu, Research Officer, The Financial Services Regulatory Commission, The Right to Silence: Public Bodies and the Law on Confidentiality in Antigua and Barbuda.  
    55. Dr. Nsaka Sesepkekiu, Research Officer, The Financial Services Regulatory Commission, Marx’s Hauntings: The Constitutional and Legal Right of Disassociation in Antigua and Barbuda Labour Law.  
    56. Dr. Badriya Al Shammakhi, Head of Quality Assurance Department, Higher College of Technology, The Effects of Information and Cognitive Processes on Decision Making: Application of SAS No.99. Co-Author(s): Dr. K. Srinivasan and Lynne Barrow
    57. Mrs. Nayab Mufti Zohaib, Senior Lecturer, Bahria University Lahore Campus, A Holistic Sustainable Role of Green Marketing Strategies: A Comparative Study of Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing and Under-developed Economies. Co-Author(s): Zohaib Javed Bhatti
    58. Dr. Maen Mohammad Amin Alqudah, Associate Professor, King Saud University, The Privacy of Consumer’s Protection under the Saudi Electronic Commerce Law No. ( M/126) Dated 07.11.1440 H.  
    59. Ms. Chidera Okolie, Post Graduate Student, University of Salford, The Role of Technology in Solving Age Long Business and Human Resource Management Issues.  
    60. Mrs. Ma. Carolina Martinez, Program Head for BS Tourism Management, University of Batangas, Building the Bees: An Exploration of Apiculture Industry in Lipa City, Philippines. Co-Author(s): Dr. Michael B. Rodriguez, Professor  and Ms. Mary Joy O. De Castro, Professor
    61. Ms. Jill Patel, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Marketing Implications on Impulse Buying Behaviour in the Indian FMCG Sector.  
    62. Ms. Saumya Kulkarni, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Consumer Perception about Green Marketing Practices in Indian Food and Beverages Industry.  
    63. Ms. Kinjal Makhija, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Consumer Perception about Social Media Marketing in Indian Restaurant Industry.  
    64. Dr. Mukaila Abdulrahman, Lecturer, Federal University of Technology, Is Age an Important Demographic Factor in Urban Physical Housing Changes? Co-Author(s): Dr. Philip Ayuba
    65. Mrs. Amal Alfageeh, PGR, University of Warwick, Examining the Career Paths of Female Vice-Deans in Saudi Arabia’s Higher Education Sector.  
    66. Ms. Amanda Absher, Student, Central Michigan University, Helping Students: Analysis of Trends in American College Counseling. Co-Author(s): Dr. Anne Hornak, Faculty Professor
    67. Mrs. Rajshree Bagadia, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Business Feasibility of Solar Energy in India. Co-Author(s): Tejas Dave, Professor
    68. Dr. Yakup Yasar, Asst. Prof. Dr., Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University, The ‘Door’ Figure in the Plays No Exit (by J.P. Sartre) and Hiçbiryerdekiler (Nowhereans) (by Yakup Yasar)
    69. Dr. Rachel Chinyakata, Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Western Cape, The Vulnerability of Young Zimbabwean Female Immigrants in Johannesburg, South Africa.  
    70. Mr. Ibrahim Shuaibu, Lecturer, Binyaminu Usman Polytechnic, Fabric Production in Nigeria: A Lost to Vigorous Proficiency. Co-Author(s): Ashiru Abdullahi, Lecturer 1