JHCS R&D Archives

Volume 1
Paper 1: Bringing the Value Back to Education.
Author: Antony Miller, Skyline University College, UAE.
Paper 2: The Implications of Western Decision Making Practices and their Effect on the Future of Civilization?.
Author: Antony Miller, Skyline University College, UAE.
Paper 3: “But haud me fast…”: The Socialization, not Psychoanalysis, of the Heroic Couple within ‘Tam Lin’ and Its Contemporary Retellings.
Author: Amber Hancock, Brigham Young University-Idaho, United States of America
Paper 4: "Under the Spell” of Non-Sense: Diana Abu-Jaber’s Crescent as a Counter-Narrative and the Poetics of Making Sense of a Senseless World. 
Author: Sihem ARFAOUI, Department of English, Northern Border University, KSA and Jendouba University, Tunisia
Paper 5: TEÐUÐU ZA: A Music and Ritual of the Northern Ewe of Ghana 
Author: Martin Q. Amlor, Centre for African and International Studies, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana.
Paper 6: Coming Down Out of the Ivory Tower: The State and Fate of the Humanities
Author: Jen Romanelli, Department of Humanities, Central Michigan University, United States
Paper 7: Inducing a Global Phantasm: The Case of the Veiled Presence of Islam in The 99 or the ‘Islamic’ Comic Superheroes
Author: Lorna Quejong Israel, Asian Center, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines
Author: ABDULRAHMAN B. HAMID Centre for Trans-Saharan Studies University of Maiduguri, Nigeria MUSTAPHA ADAM KOLO Centre For Arid Zone Studies, University of Maiduguri
Paper 1: Igbo Anthroponyms and the Challenges of the Girl-Child: A Sociolinguistic Study
Author: Ifeoma Emmanuela Udoye, Department of English, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Igbariam Campus,Nigeria.
Paper 2: Performance, Oral Poetics and Ideo-Aesthetic Heritages in the ‘Search for the Soul’ of a Poet-Cantor
Author: Francis Gbormittah, Institute of African Studies (IAS) University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
Paper 2:Jane Austen’s London      
Author: Sanna Antonio, University of Cagliari, Italy.
Paper 3: Multiculturalism and Transnational Formations in Tony Kushner’s Angels in America
AuthorYvonne Iden Ngwa, Higher Teacher Training School, (ENS) Yaounde, Cameroun.
Paper 4: How Cultures Talk: A Study of Dell Hymes’ Ethnography of Communication 
Author: Aiman Reyaz, Priyanka Tripathi,School of Humanities and Social Sciences Indian Institute of Technology Patna Bihta- 801 103 (Bihar), INDIA.
Paper 5: OF INSIGHT 
Author: Dibakar Pal, Department of Business Management, University of Calcutta, India
Paper 6: OF APPEAL
Author: Dibakar Pal, Department of Business Management, University of Calcutta, India
Paper 2: Dis-Articulations of the Real and the Artistic Image in Contemporary French Culture
Author: Marie C. Chabbert, Modern and Medieval Languages Faculty, University of Cambridge, UK
Author: Dibakar Pal, Department of Business Management, University of Calcutta, India
Paper 1: Gender issues in “the Prize”
Author:Sekwo Stephen, Tamale Branch,Department of English, Ghana Institute of Languages
Paper 3: Voicing Liminal Subjects in Anglophone Arab Narratives:A case study of Fadia Faqir’s My Name is Salma
Author:Dallel Sarnou, Abdelhamid Ibn Badis University (Mostaganem), Alger                                
Paper 5:  Thomas Aquinas: Christian Conscience and Human Actions.
Author: Thomas J. Wells, Harrison Middleton University, Tempe, Arizona, USA.
Paper 6:The Rules of the GameVideo Games and the Aesthetic Turn in International Relations.
Author: Guillaume Lacombe-Kishibe School of Conflict Studies, St. Paul University, Ottawa, Canada.
Paper 8:Gender Role Models, Abolition and the Map of Revolution in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Marble Faun.
Author: Sharon Worley, University of Houston, Downtown, Houston, TX, USA.
Paper 9:The Cape Town Slave Rebellion of 1808 and the Limits of Historicity.
Author: Adrinda L. Kelly, New York University, USA.
Paper 3Effectiveness of Retraining Programs As A Social Construction: A Critical Discourse Analysis.
Author: Martin Brezina, University of Ostrava, Faculty of Social Studies, Department of Social Sciences, Ostrava, Czech Republic.
Paper 4: Rethinking Race and Racism

Author: Kuir ë Garang, Poet, Author, Writer at Independent Researcher, Canada.

 Paper 5: Xinjiang’s Islamic Resurgence: A View from 1990s Chinese Sovietology.
Author:Jie Li, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, The University of Edinburgh, The United Kingdom.
 Paper 7: Effects Of Drugs And Substance Abuse On Mugging Among Youths In Kosovo Area - Mathare, Nairobi County.
Author: Daniel Kanyoro Mbuvi,  Lilian K. M. Mwenda & Anita W. Wachira, Nairobi City County Assembly, Kenya and Dedan Kimathi University of Technology.
 Paper 8: Jacques Derrida, Islam, and the West.
Author: Leila Bellour, Department of Foreign Languages, Abdelhafid Boussouf University Center of Mila, Algeria.
 Paper 11: Society in the 21st Century African Novel: Chukwuma Ibezute’s The Wisdom of the  Chameleon.
Author: Emmanuel C. Okereke, Solomon Awuzie, Department of English Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Choba, Nigeria and Department of English, Edo University, Iyamho, Edo State, Nigeria.
 Paper 12: Effects Of Media On Policing Activities In Nairobi County, Kenya.
Author: Gilbert Masengeli, Anita W. Wachira and Lilian K. M. Mwenda, administration Police Service, Kenya and Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya.
Paper 14: Corporal Punishment: Parents Social Perception in District Malakand, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Author: Nayab Ali, Mussawar Shah, Shakeel Ahmad, Muhammad Asad Jan, The University of Agriculture Peshawar KPK, Pakistan.
Paper 15:  Role Of Education In Providing Share In Inheritance To Female With Reference To Pukhtun Society

Author: Muhammad Asad Jan, Shahid Rehman, Mushtaq Ahmad Jadoon, Shakeel Ahmad, Nayab Ali, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar KPK, Pakistan.

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