Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title              4th Academic International Conference on Multidisciplinary Studies and Education
Conference Dates             25th-27th September 2017
Deadline for Abstract       28th August 2017
Venue                              Harvard University, Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, Boston USA
Updated on 26th August 2017

1.       Prof. Arturo Calizon, Jr., Assistant Professor, University of Perpetual Help System Dalta, Formation of 'New' Identity of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals: A Grounded Theory Approach. 

2.       Mrs. Maudline Ohuoha, Researcher, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, The Impact of Human Right Law on Gender Discrimination Against Women: An Appraisal of Widowhood Practice in Nigeria. 

3.       Mr. Ghulam Murtaza Khoso, Assistant Professor, University of Sindh, East Asian Disputed Waters: Emerging Security Threats for Japan. 

4.       Ms. Niken Rachma Sayekti, Student, Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia, Cross-Sectional Study: Relation between Children’s Difficulties and Problematic Internet Use in Six Junior High Schools in Depok City, Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Ms. Derlin Juanita Leander, Student; Ms. Nisrina, Student; Ms. Fenti Erlianti, Student; Mr. Ilham Hidayat Restu Tulus Maha, Student;  Dr. Frasnsiska Kaligis, SpKJ(K), Doctor.

5.       Mr. Oluwadare Adebisi, Lecturer, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Nigeria, Cognitive Behavioral Strategies for Developing Problem Solving Skills in Engineering Education. Co-Author(s): Engr. Ayodeji Busari; and Engr (Mrs) Yemisi Oyewola, Lectureri

6.       Dr. Marie Pyram, Professor, Graduate School of Education, Keiser University, For-Profit Career College Adjunct Faculty and their Affiliation Needs and Experiences. Co-Author: Dr. Steven Roth, Professor, Graduate School of Education

7.       Dr. Lasisi Bashiru Akande, Senior Arts Fellow, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Appropriate Pricing of Play Production in Nigerian Educational Theatres. 

8.       Ms. Wilma Molus, Lecturer, Papua New Guinea University of Technology, The Role of Social Economic Factors Motivating Female Children to Practice Commercial Sex in Lae, Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. 

9.       Mr. Amdebrhan Tassew, Masters Student, Marmaray University, Assessing the impact of Core Banking and service quality on CustomerSatisfaction in Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (A case of Hawassa Branch). 

10.   Dr. Chinyere Esimone, Lecturer, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Parents’ Resistance to their children’s study of music as a life career: A study of Selected families in Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. Co-Author: Dr. Ebele Ojukwu

11.   Mrs. Offor Obiageli, Lecturer, Institute of Management and Technology, The Influence of Media in Enhancing Development in Fashion Industries. 

12.   Mr. Offor Daniel, Lecturer, Institute of Management and Technology, Casualization as a Discrimination of Workforce in Organizational Development in Nigeria. 

13.   Dr. Salako Mudashiru Abiodun, Lecturer, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic Abeokuta, Non-Interest/Islamic Banking, the Springboard of SMEs’ Investment and Poverty Reduction: A Micro-Statistics Analysis from Nigeria. Co-Author: Adedina Lawrence Olusoga

14.   Dr. Myunghoon Roh, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University - San Antonio, Criminology Theoretical Investigation on Suicidal Acts. 

15.   Mr. Mukail Akinde, PhD Student and Chief Lecturer, The Federal Polytechnic, Portfolio Selection Strategies in the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE): Does Proxies of Financial Variables Portend Values? 

16.   Ms. Mary Dusai Kugwa, Masters Student, Cyprus International University, Media Framing: A comparative study of protests framing in South Africa’s Fees Must Fall and the 2010 student fees protest in the United Kingdom. 

17.   Prof. Saima Maqbool, Assistant Professor, Allama Iqbal Open University, Instructional Strategies and Their Effects on English Language Learners’ Achievement at Graduate level in Pakistan. Co-Author: Mr. Saira Maqbool, Assistant Professor. Additional Abstract Accepted:  Studying the Effectiveness of English as Medium of Instruction in Pakistan

18.   Mr. Arogundade Martins Afolabi, Lecturer II, Lagos State Polytechnic, Deepening civic values in a corrupt polity: The case of Nigeria. 

19.   Ms. Kate Amunrud, Student, San Francisco State University, Feminist Pedagogy in the Early Childhood Classroom: Interrupting Normative Standards. 

20.   Mrs. Chinyere Ugwuoke, Lecturer, Institute of Management and Technology, Attitude of Local Government Employees towards Ageing. Co-Author: Ugwu, K.T.

21.   Mrs. Omotajo Julia Arit, Senior Lecturer, The Polytechnic Ibadan, A Review of Institutional Measuresagainst Domestic Violence in Nigeria. 

22.   Mr. Stephen Orowole, Senior Researcher, Centre for Gender and Cultural Development, Political Participation and the Woman Question in Africa : The Nigerian Experience. 

23.   Dr. Ebele Ojukwu, Lecturer, Nnamdi Azikiwe Unibersity, Enhancing Learning through the Musical Art Education: IGBO Culture as a Panacea. Co-Author : Dr. Chinyere Esimone Lecturer 1

24.   Dr. Rand Irshaidat, Assistant Professor, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Interpretivism vs. Positivism in Political Marketing Research. 

25.   Dr. Omowaye Benjamin OLANUSI, Chief Lecturer, Adeyemi College of Education, A Geographic Analysis of the Economic Base of Settlements in Ondo West Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria. 

26.   Mr. Ghulam Murtaza Khoso, Assistant Professor, University of Sindh, East Asian Disputed Waters: Emerging Security Threats for Japan. 

27.   Ms. Ncamisile Thumile Zulu, Researcher, Human Science Research Council, Identities of fatherless Black females. 

28.   Dr. Adejompo Fagbohunka, Senior Lecturer, Adekunle Ajasin University, akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria, Pollution and the Urban Aesthetics in the Industrial Districts of Lagos, Nigeria; Any Correlation? 

29.   Dr. Nittaya Sanguanngarm, Lecturer, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Model-based approach and language enhancement in English as a foreign language class. 

30.   Mr. Ali Dahiru Mohammed, Postgraduate Student, Gaziantep University Turkey, Currency Substitution and Ratchet Effect: Evidence from Nigeria. Co-Author: Mr. Auwalu Ibrahim Ismail

31.   Dr. Olufemi Omisakin, Applied Business Lecturer, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, Exploring the African migrants’ decisions to migrate to New Zealand. 

32.   Mr. Mustafa Amir Zia, Masters Student, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Job Satisfaction and Employee’s Performance: The role of Job Satisfaction as a Mediating Party in the Relationship with other Variables i.e. Fringe Benefits, Workload, Level of Trust, Salary, Promotion and Co-worker Relationship. 

33.   Ms. Areeba Shabbir, PhD Student, Aligarh Muslim University, Digital Divide Issues In Planning and Implementation of Techno-Centric Education in South Asian Countries. 

34.   Mr. Sami Azeez, Master Student, Near East University, Sentence Patterns and Grammar in the English Language. 

35.   Mr. Onakoya Samuel, Lecturer, Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Impact of Insurgency on Economic Development in Nigeria: A Case of Boko Haram Activities. 

36.   Mr. Kamal K K Hewawasam Revulge, PhD student, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), How organisational culture and governance within Australia’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) affects compliance with the Refugee Convention: case study of Sri Lanka. 

37.   Dr. Aviva Shimoni, Lecturer and Researcher, Beit Berl College, Perceived Leadership Characteristics of Elementary School Counselors in Israel. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ina Ben Uri; Dr. Haia Altarac; Dr. Alex Schneider; and  Einat Itzhak Monsonego

38.   Mr. Enes Hamzagic, PhD Student, IAE Nice Graduate School of Management, Optimal managerial approach and fertile environment for innovation creation, in case of diversified workforce. 

39.   Ms. Waed Alshoubaki, Phd. Student, Tennessee State University, The impact of Syrian refugees on Jordan: A framework for analysis. Co-Author: Michael Harris

40.   Mr. Mohd Asjad Husain, PhD Student, Aligarh Muslim University, Problems of Embracing Postmodernism in English Language Teaching: Issues of Pedagogical Legitimacy in Non-Native Context. 

41.   Mrs. Oylum Tanriover, Research Assitant, PHD Candidate, Marmara University, The Use Of Social Media In The Context Of  Citizen Journalism. Co-Author: Dr. Serkan Kirli, Assistant Professor

42.   Ms. Kamara Hadja, Student, Prince of Songhkla University, Challenges of Learning Arabic as a Foreign Language in Thailand. 

43.   Dr. Abdurezak Abdulahi Hashi, Associate Professor, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Principles of Bioethical Education between ‘What can be’ and ‘What Ought to be’ in Bioscience. 

44.   Dr. Yusuf Adebola Bako, Lecturer 1, Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Change commitment and sales growth. Co-Author(s): Dr A. A. Lawal and Prof. G. K. Afolabi

45.   Dr. Mediatrice Mediatrice, Lecturer, University of Rwanda, Women's experiences of gender equality laws in rural Rwanda. The lied experiences from rural communities. 

46.   Mr. Sreerag Parayil, Research Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Reconstituting Social Space: A Study on Muthanga Land Struggle in Kerala.

47.   Dr. Naheed Mushtaq, Professor, The Univeristy of Lahore, The role of Entrepreneurship Education in developing the Entrepreneurial Passion: A Gender Comparative Study. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mariam Farooq, Assistant Porfessor; and Muhamamd Arshad, Lecturer

48.   Mr. Alkali Mohammed Grema, Lecturer III, Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic, Islamic Perspectives and Boko Haram Ideology on Western Education. 

49.   Ms. Saher Zeast, Associate Professor, Bahria University, Country Governance and Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan. 

50.   Mr. Tuğrul Özer, Phd Student, National Defence University, Sounds raising from Topkapi Palace: The Music in Ottoman Palace and Istanbul during period of Selim III (1789-1807). 

51.   Dr. Mediatrice Kagaba, Lecturer, University of Rwanda, Silencing the men: Gender relations and human rights discourse. 

52.   Dr. Rofiah Ololade Sarumi, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Islamic law perspective on the protection of specific  sexual and reproductive health rights of women. Co-Author: Rofiah Sarumi

53.   Mr. Anuradha Pingama, Mphil/PhD Candidate, University of Colombo, International Student Mobility and Migration Intentions: Case Study of Sri Lankan Post War Youths. 

54.   Prof. Nuzhat Parveen Khan, Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia, Recognition of Food Right in the Food Security Laws in India. 

55.   Dr. Bandar Alarifi, Lecturer, Al-Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Reaching Vision 2030, the importance of reforming the education system in Saudi Arabia. Co-Author: Ahmed Altawyan

56.   Prof. Ikuo Kitagaki, Guest Professor, Tokyo City University, The Glonal Model for Illustration of Research Information in Universities: In the Field of STEM. 

57.   Dr. Sid Lowe, Associate Professor, Assumption University, Exploring Nested Processes of Interorganizational Internationalization. Co-Author(s): Dr.Nirundon Tapachai, Dr. Ki-Soon Hwang

58.   Mrs. Zahraa Dabbach, Ph.D Student, University of Cincinnati, The restoration of the marshland settlements of southern Iraq as  a challenge between two conflicting ways of life. 

59.   Dr. Yusuf Bako, Senior Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Change Commitment and Sales Growth. Co-Author: Dr. Abdulazeez Abioye Lawal Chief Lectuter

60.   Dr. Yusuf Bako, Senior Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Change Commitment and Sales Growth. Co-Author:  Dr. Abdulazeez Abioye Lawal Chief Lectuter

61.   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.  

62.   Ms. Dorathy Onyinye Achu, Post Graduate Student, Xiamen University Xiamen, Investigating China and United States Students Cultural Learning Beliefs: Focus on Habits and Time Factor.  

63.   Ms. Amareen Dhaliwal, MD Student, Boston University, The Psychosocial Impact of Skipping Grades on K-12 Students.  

64.   Ms. Supuni Perera, Postgraduate Research Student, University of Southampton, Femininity and Women in Crime Viewed Through the Lens of the Mafia Woman.  

65.   Mrs. Samah Abrahem, PhD Student, University of Cincinnati, Social Injustice on the Rise: A Comparative Analysis of Mass Housing Provision Approaches in Baghdad.  

66.   Ms. Riti Shah, Graduate Student, Boston University, Females taking gender advantage: A study sharing opinions and insights from both the genders on the issue.  

67.   Mr. Richard Contreras, Researcher, California State University, The Effects of Incarceration and Communication on Ex-Offenders.