JHCS R&D Archives
Paper 1: Dictogloss: A Potential Means of Language Development
Author: Shanjida Halim and Tanzina Halim, Dept. of English King Khalid University, Abha, Saudi Arabia.
Paper 2: The Most Controversial but Undoubtedly Influential:Michel Foucault and his Concept of Power.
Author: Amal Galal, Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Fayoum University, Egypt.
Paper 3: Ergative Verbs and Neutral Verbs in Pre-Qin Chinese through the Investigation of the ‘Theme + Verb’ Construction.
Author: Liulin Zhang, University of Hawaii.
Paper 4: Process analysis of recommendations for a touristic service provision.
Author: Tarek Abdellatif and Mohamed Fadhel Djlassi, A.2.W.M Vanves, France and Higher Institute of Management of Tunis, Tunisia.
Paper 5: Legal Protection Against Patients Due to Malpractice.
Author: Ikhsan Yusda PP, Department of Information Technology, Politeknik Negeri Padang, Padang, Indonesia.
Paper 6: Factors Affecting Implementation of Student Centered Learning method.
Author: Ejigu Olana and Tesemma Amante, Institute of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Ambo University, Ethiopia.
Paper 7: Challenges of employing different strategies to learn vocabulary in ESL contexts: A closer look at Al Imam Al Mahdi University- Sudan.
Author: Amin Ali Al Mubarak, Al Imam Al Mahdi University, Sudan.
Paper 8: Effect of fair distribution of urban facilities on advent of marginalization (Case Study: Islamshahr City, Iran)
Author: Sania Sami and Mohammad-Reza Daroudi, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Science and Research Branch-Qeshm, Islamic Azad University, Qeshm Island, Iran and Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Young Researchers and Elite Club, Yadegar-e-Imam Khomeini (Shahre-Rey) Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
Paper 9: Modern Islamic Political Thought, “Islamism” and Nationalism.
Author: Kamal Soleimani, Assistant professor of Islamic studies at Queens College, New York, USA.
Paper 10: Role of khushal Awareness Development Organization in Infrastructure and Skill Development of Rural Communities of District Kohat (A case study of two selected villages).
Author: Ayaz Ahmed, Mir Kalan Shah, Muhammad Asad Jan, Sayed Irshad Ali Shah and Yousaf khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, Peshawar-Pakistan.
Paper 11: Role of Foreign Remittances in Women Social Empowerment at Household Level in Distract Dir (Lower).
Author: Sajjad Ali, Mussawar Shah, Yousaf Khan, Dilkash Sapna and Nayab Ali, The University of Agriculture Peshawar KPK, Pakistan.
Paper 12: Study of resistance to digital applications in healthcare organizations.
Author: Ahmed Ben Abdellatif, Abdelaziz Djellal, Tarek Abdellatif, Ines Ismail, UFR SMBH / University Paris-France 13, France and A.2.WM Vanves, France.
Paper 13: Listenership and participation in Nabiina Community Radio.
Author: Sekwo Stephen, Tamale Branch,Department of English, Ghana Institute of Languages.
Author: Zohra Labed and Lotfi Abdelkader Benhattab, Ecole Normale Supérieured’Oran, Algeria.
Paper 15: Subversive Arab Woman Writings and Wars: Huda Barakat’s The Stone of Laughter (2006) in Focus.
Author: Dallel SARNOU, Abdelhamid Ibn Badis University, Algeria.
Paper 16: The Linguistic Effects of Homonyms and homophones in Tiv Language System.
Author:Vitalis Msugh Tyonum, Lebanon school, French section, Miller Road, Bompai; Kano-Nigeria.
Paper 17: Katherina’s Transformation and its Impact in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.
Author: Wen-hsiang Su, Shih Chien University Kaohsiung Campus, Taiwan.
Paper 18: Repackaging Syrian Refugees as Zombies: An Archetype of Dehumanization.
Author: Tamara K. O’Hearn-Amman, English Department MacMurray College Jacksonville, Illinois, USA.
Paper 19: “It is formidable, how London is ugly”: London as Anti-space in Rose Macaulay’s The World My Wilderness.
Author: Jonathan Patterson, University of Kansas, USA.
Volume 2 Issue 2
Author: Dewi Yuliati M.A, The Department of History Faculty of Humanities Diponegoro University Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia.
Paper 2: Evaluation of factors affecting promoted sense of security in residential environments (Case Study: West Tehranpars, Iran)
Author: Mohammad-Reza Daroudi, Sania Sami, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Young Researchers and Elite Club, Yadegar-e-Imam Khomeini (Shahre-Rey) Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran. Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Science and Research Branch-Qeshm, Islamic Azad University, Qeshm Island, Iran.
Paper 3: Exploration of the Tourism destination image’s determinants on the revisit intention: The case of Tunisia
Author: Souheila Ayoun, university Abdelhamid Mehri (Constantine 2) - ALGERIA;Rabii Ksouri and Tarek ABDELLATIF, A. 2.W. M Vanves (France).
Paper 4: Congruity between Religion and Human Actual Behaviour: Islam as a Source of Human Tolerance
Author: M.A Mohammed Seghir HALIMI, Lakhdar AOUARIB, University Kasdi Merbah-OUARGLA, ALGERIA.
Author: Mostafa Ayad, English department, University Mohamed the first Oujda, Morocco.
Author: Justine Shu-Ting Kao, Soochow University, Taiwan.
Author: Maryam El-Shall, Department of English, Humanities and Communications, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA.
Paper 8: Figure/Ground Schemas: Applying Cognitive Linguistics to teaching English prepositions through Visual Aids
Author: Ivy Lai Chun Chun, Faculty of Law at the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
Paper 9: Revisiting Leadership within the United States Marine Corps: An Informational View of Marine Corps Leadership.
Author: Dathan Byrd, United States Marine Corps, UAE.
Paper 10 : Fiction of Imprisonment and Individual Peace: Abd al-Rahman M. al -Rubayi's al- : Washm as an Example
Author:Sabbar S. Sultan, Dhofar University, Salalah, Sultanate of Oman.
Paper 11: A Comparative Study of Marital Adjustment among Female Teachers, Nurses and Administrative Staff in Nigeria
Author:TAYO-OLAJUBUTU, Olufunmilayo, Department of Guidance & Counselling Faculty of Education Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko Ondo State, Nigeria.
Author: ADESANYA IBIYINKA OLUSOLA, Department Of Religious Studies, Ekiti State University, Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria.
Author: Bootheina Majoul, ISLAIB, University of Jendouba, Tunisia.
Paper 2: “of a hue still darker”: Alienated Spaces in John Brown’s “A Memoir of Robert Blincoe, An Orphan Boy”
Author: Jonathan Patterson, University of Kansas, USA.
Paper 3: Gender Differences in Conversational Styles: Can this engender Miscommunication in Algerian Talks?
Author: Amina BABOU, Department of English, University of Hassiba Benbouali, Algeria.
Paper 4: Social Stratification in Dubai and its Effects on Emirati Students and Multicultural Faculty Members in Higher Education
Author: P.J. Moore-Jones, Ed.D, INTO Mason, Pathways Program, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA.
Author: Matan Oram, The Academic College of Tel-Aviv-Yaffo School of Government and Society, Israel.
Paper 6: Language and its four basic skills with the description of various types, levels, and breakdowns OD student’s listening skills.
Author: Prakash S. Chauhan, Saurashtra University Department of English Literature and Comparative Literature and Studies (c.l.s.) Rajkot, Gujarat, India.
Paper 7: Themes and Debates in Health Policy and Equity:Application to the issue of welfare state retrenchment
Author: Anum Rafiq, York University, Canada.
Author: Emad. A. ALQADUMI, department of Languages and Translation, Taibah University, Madinah Saudi Arabia
Paper 09: A biographical approach to analysis of the relationship between Public Broadcasting and Politics:The case of a Ugandan Veteran Journalist
Author: Hawa Kasule, Faculty of Communication, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey.
Author: Muhammad ABDULLAHI, Department of Public Administration, University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri, Nigeria.
Paper 11: Academic Facebook Usage at University. Case Study: L2 English Students, University of Mostaganem.
Author: Amel Ghermaoui, Department of English, University of Abd el Hamid Ibn Badis. Mostaganem, Algeria.
Author: Nikos Nagopoulos, University of the Aegean, School of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology, Adress: Lofos Xenia, 81100 Mitilini, Greece.
Author: Ikhsan Yusda PP, Dept. of Information Technology, Politeknik Negeri Padang, Indonesia.
Paper 14: Betraying Wordsworth: the Strategies of Migratory Translation in the Travel Narrative of Lucy by Jamaica Kincaid.
Author: Majda R. Atieh, Falls Church, Virginia, USA.
Author: Ruti Bardenstein, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
Paper 2: Nature in Tess of the D’Urbervilles: A Revelation of Hardy's Literary and Scientific Choices
Author:Fedya Daas, Manouba University, Tunis, Tunisia.
Paper 3: Resident’s Perception on the Impact of Transitional Spaces On Safety Performance in Low-Cost High Rise Urban Housing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Author:Saidu Alhassan Umar, Sara Zavari, Mohd Johari Bin Mohd Yusuf, WanSofiah Wanishak. Department of Architecture, Faculty of Design and Architecture, 43400 University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Design and Architecture, 43400 University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Author: Martin Q. Amlor, Centre for African & International Studies, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast. Ghana.
Paper 5: The Fictionalization of the Traumatic Horror and Suspicion in Mohsin Hamid's The Reluctant Fundamentalism
Author: Ali Madhlum Hussein, College of Arts, University of Basra, Irak.
Author: Ng Lay Sion, Osaka University, Japan.
Paper 7: Classical Muslim scholars’ Development of the Experimental Scientific Method: ‘Iml al-IstiqrÉ’/induction approach and methodology
Author: Labeeb Ahmed Bsoul, Department of Humanities and Social Science Khalifa University, UAE.
Paper :The Role of In-Group Attachment at the Early Stage of Migration Process among Berber Migrants.8
Author: Imene Hamani, Faculty of Education and Humanities, the University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom.
Paper 9: Algerian EFL students’ perceptions towards the development of writing through weblog- writing
Author: Nawel Mansouri, University of the West of Scotland, UK.
Paper 10: From Narration to Collective Performance Onstage: An Exploratory Study of Algerian EFL Students’ multiple Identity Case of EFL Students, Bejaia University of Algeria
Author: Souad Smaili, University of Northampton, UK.
Paper 11: Aspects of the Argument Structure of Unaccusative Change-of-State Verbs in Standard Arabic
Author: Abdellatif ED-DARRAJI, Language and Society Laboratory University of Ibn Tofail, Kenitra, Morocco.
Author: Yuhang Guo, Munster University, Germany.
Paper 13: Marine Corps Leadership: Understanding the Gap between Emotional Intelligence and Cognitive Intelligence
Author: Dathan Byrd, United States Marine Corps, USA.
Paper 1: A Man of Action with a Head Crammed Full of Poe: Horacio Quiroga and the Latin American Short Story's (Scientific) Departure from Romanticism
Author: Alison Turner, University of Denver, USA.
Author: Ferdaous Hamdi, English Department, ISLAIB, Tunisia.
Author: Soham Das, Department of English, Presidency University, India.
Paper 4: A study on Bharat Ratna Dr.M.G.Ramachandran’s philosophical film songs with special reference to the educational ideas it contain-An academic comparative analysis with the theories of education (both India and abroad) a retrospective reflection
Author: Sarvaharana, P.Thiyagarajan, S.Manikandan, School of Continuing Education, Tamil Nadu Open University, Chennai, India. Dept. of Philosophy, A.M. Jain College, Meenambakkam, Chennai, India.
Author: LABEEB BSOUL, Khalifa University, Department of Humanities and Social Science, P.O. Box 127788, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Paper 6:The Aesthetics of E. Ethelbert Miller’s Poetics of Solidarity and Identification: A Phenomenological Reading
Author: Abdullah H. Kurraz, English Department, Al-Azhar University – Gaza, Palestine.
Author: Okpanachi Elijah Ojochonu, Mercy Mabe Ocheni, Department of Philosophy Kogi State University, Anyigba-Nigeria and 2Department of Political science Kogi State University, Anyigba-Nigeria.
Paper 8: Under the Same Sky—Spatial Representations in Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day (2001) and Tan Twan Eng’s The Garden of Evening Mists (2013)
Author: Chao LONG, School of Humanities Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Author: Jen Derless, Department of Humanities, Central Michigan University, United States.
Author: Adam Lovasz, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary.
Author: Abdullahi Musa Yusufu, Department of History and International Studies, Federal University, Lokoja, Nigeria.
Paper 12: Transcending the Barrio: Towards Identity Formation in Sandra Cisneros’s The House on Mango Street
Author: Yvonne IDEN NGWA, Department of English Higher Teacher Training School, P.O. Box 47, The University of Yaounde I, Cameroun.
Volume 2 Issue 6
Author: Xing Wang University College, Oxford, High Street, Oxford, UK.
Author: Sylvester Adejoh Ogba, Okpanachi Elijah Ojochonu, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Kogi State University, Anyigba, Nigeria.
Paper 3: EL NOMBRE Y SUS NÚMEROS ENTRE EL ESPAÑOL Y EL ÁRABE: PRINCIPALES DISCREPANCIAS THE NOUN AND HIS NUMBERS BETWEEN SPANISH AND ARABIC: MAIN DISCREPANCIES
Author: Wala Saidi, Instituto superior de Lenguas Aplicadas y de Informática de Béja, Túnez.
Paper 4: A Study on Bharat Ratna Dr.Maruthur Gopalamenon Ramachandran’s Film Songs That Denounce the Practice of Corruption - A Novel Comparative Analysis with the Theories of Corruptive Behaviour
Author: Ojochonu P.Sarvaharana, P.Thiyagarajan, S.Manikandan, School of Continuing Education, Department of Economics, Tamil Nadu Open University, Chennai, India.Dept. of Philosophy, A.M. Jain College, Meenambakkam, Chennai, India.
Paper 5: Quest for Identity in Season of Migration to the North and Song of Solomon: A comparative Study of Mustafa Saeed and Milkman.
Author:Redhwan Qasem Ghaleb Rashed Al hilali, Mohammad Zaben Allah Ahmad Al-aksar, Mansour Ali Mohammad Almaswari
English Dept. Faculty of Languages-Amran university-Yemen.Arabic Dept. Faculty of Education & Languages-Amran university-Yemen.Dept of English, Amran University- Yemen.UGC-JR Fellow, Dept of English, Maulana Azad College of Arts, Science & Commerce. Dr. B.A.M. University, Aurangabad, MS. India.