Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                       6th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Science Studies
Conference Dates                      24th - 26th April 2017
Deadline for Abstract                27th March 2017
Venue                                       Harvard University, Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, Boston USA
Updated on 29th March 2017

1.       Prof. Sayma Zia, Assistant Professor, Bahria University Karachi Campus, Etiological factors behind Gender discrimination. Additional Abstract Accepted:  Gender Equality as a catalyst for Human Development Index: An explanatory study on selected Asian countries and top ranked countries in Human Development Index

2.       Mr. Sanaullah Ansari, Assistant Professor, Institute of Science and Technology, The effective role of Cooperatives and the need for Islamic Cooperatives in Pakistan: A critical study of Punjab province.  

3.       Ms. Rhiannon DuCoeur, PhD Student, King's College London, A Gender-Based Analysis of ‘War Babies’ and Transitional Justice in Sierra Leone.  

4.       Dr. Basem Ezbidi, Associate Professor, Qatar University, An Aristotelian Analysis of the Arab Revolts. Additional Abstract Accepted:   The Effects Of The Ongoing Expansion Of Religious Extremism in the Middle East

5.       Dr. Ayodele Ajayi, Lecturer, Federal University of Agriculture, Empirical Test of the Martingale Property in Stock Markets: Evidence from Nigeria.  

6.       Dr. Safdar Husain Tahir, Visiting Lecturer, College University Faisalabad, Deleting Zeroes and Creating Value: An Assessment of Redenomination Proposal. Co-Author(s):  Muhammad Rizwan Ullah

7.       Ms. Ariel Phillips, Master Student, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Gendered Warfare: Gaining One Independence with the Loss of Another, the Misrepresented Revolutionary Women of the Irish War for Independence.  

8.       Ms. Shagufta Jahangir, Ph D Student, Karachi University, Socio Economic Impact and Status of the Islamic Perspective of Veil. Co-Author(s):  Dr Asma Manzoor. Additional Abstract Accepted:  An Analytical Study of Social Problems of Women Related to Sports

9.       Mrs. Haryani Primanti, Master Student, Universitas Indonesia, Cryptic Marketing : Impact on Brand Attitude.  

10.   Mrs. Salma Alshaweri, Master Student, King Saud University, Obstacles to empower Arab women in the local community of personal freedoms.  

11.   Dr. Rashmi Aggarwal, Professor, IMT Ghaziabad, Tata Sons: New directives on corporate governance in India.  

12.   Mr. Mohammad Juned, Assistant Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia, Alternative Urban Futures for India.  

13.   Mr. Rana Rashid Rehman, Lecturer, National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences, Pakistan, Intervening Effect of Faculty Decision Making Styles on the Relationship between its Antecedents and Organizational Performance. Co-Author(s):   Dr. Ajmal Waheed

14.   Ms. Bhawna Shivan, Research Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Discourses of Identification: An Overview of “Adi-movements” in Colonial India.  

15.   Ms. Tanushree Singh, Phd Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Integration issues faced by Moroccan women in France.  

16.   Prof. André Francisco Pilon, Associate Professor [Senior], University of São Paulo, Looking to the future in view of an ecosystemic model of culture: Consequences for public policies, research and teaching programmes.  

17.   Mrs. Sidal Oner, Instructor of English, Bursa Technical University, (Auto)Mobility And Gender Roles In Turkish Novel "Women Who Blow on Knots" By Ece Temelkuran.  

18.   Dr. Samson Appiah, Lecturer, University of Ghana, Safety in the Midst of Ordered Anarchy: The Case of an Artisanal Workshop in Accra.  

19.   Prof. Kamal Hattab, Professor, kuwait University, Currency value stability in Islamic Monetary System.  

20.   Ms. Sabah Khan, Phd Student, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Religion and Transnationalism: The Idea of ‘Muslim Community’.  

21.   Mr. Mukail Akinde, Chief Lecturer, The Federal Polytechnic, Portfolio Selection in the Nigeria Stock Exchange: Does Financial Variables Portend Values? Co-Author(s):  Ikpefan Ochei PhD; Adetiloye Kehinde PhD; and Babajide Abiola PhD

22.   Dr. Monday Igbafen, Associate Professor, Ambrose Alli University, Evaluating Legal and Ethical Issues in the Disciplinary Procedure in Nigerian Universities. Co-Author(s):  Mr. Philip Oamen, Lecturer

23.   Mrs. Merve Akar, Lecturer and Head, Atasehir Adiguzel Vocational School, Branding In Travel Agencies and its Impacts on Consumers’ Brand Preference in Istanbul. Co-Author(s):   Dr. Mesut Cicek

24.   Mr. Pavak Patel, PG Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Evaluating the impact and prospects of economic sanctions.  

25.   Dr. Elza Syarief, Associate Professor, Universitas Internasional Batam, Combatting Pirated VCDs/DVDs in Batam City, Indonesia: “Facts and Expectations”. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Rina Shahriyani Shahrullah

26.   Mr. Artem Kachurin, Teaching Assistant, Higher School of Economics National Research University, The concept of Dethroned King's Power in Political Discourse of the Wars of the Roses.  

27.   Mr. Fadlan Muzakki, Student, Zhejiang University, High-Speed Railway Jakarta-Bandung as Economic Belt Initiative: Analysis of China’s Foreign Policy in Indonesia.  

28.   Mr. Gbemileke Araloyin, Master Student, Lagos State University, The Effect of Exchange Rate Fluctuation on the Nigeria Economy (1985 – 2015). Co-Author(s):  OKUNADE, Bukola

29.   Ms. Ghaida Al-Rawashdeh, Lecturer/ Head of GE, Al Falah University, Women Empowerment and the Development Goals: Towards a Gender-Sensitive Sustainable Development Agenda.  

30.   Ms. Simran Parikh, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Dowry System in India And Its Effect On Gender Equality. Co-Author(s):   Dr. Sanjay Pradhan, Professor

31.   Mr. Kai-wen Cheng, Ph.D. Candidate, National Chengchi University, Remaking a Cultural Mode of Scripture-Disseminating: A Case of Buddhist Cultivation from Tzu Chi Sect in Contemporary Taiwan.  

32.   Ms. Simran Parikh, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, CEDAW Reservations with Reference to Sharia. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Sanjay Pradhan, Professor

33.   Dr. Asif Khurshid, Senior Assistant Professor, Bahria University Islamabad, A Study of Compulsive Buying Behaviour Among Pakistani Generation-Y using Structure Equation Modelling. Co-Author(s):  Bilal Saleem Goreja,COMSATS Virtual Campus, Islamabad

34.   Ms. Shylet Anesu Nyamwanza, Lecturer, University of Venda, Trans-border municipal partnerships as tools for spatial development. Insights from twinning agreements in Southern Africa. Co-Author(s):  Professor Peter Bikam; Dr James Chakwizira;

35.   Ms. Mercy Mujakachi, Masters Student, University of Venda, Language use in the representation of the former Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s marriage saga in selected Zimbabwean newspapers: The case of The Herald and the Daily News.  

36.   Mr. Priyank Bhavsar, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, UNSC Reforms: A Progressive Approach. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pradhan, Assistant Professor; and Ms. Archana Bakshi, Student.

37.   Mr. Rajesh Prasad, PhD Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Forms and Patterns of Leisure and Entertainment during the first half of the 20th Century.  

38.   Mr. Mkhabisi Jabuli, Masters Student, University of Venda, Gendered knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of University students towards the ABC strategy for HIV prevention; A case study of a selected University in Limpopo Province, South Africa.

39.   Prof. Zehra Onder, Professor, Political Science and International Relations, Dependency of the Muslim World.  

40.   Mr. Ashabul Kahfi Susanto, Master Student, Newcastle University, The Relationship between Candidate Talk and The Score Received in The IELTS Speaking Test.  

41.   Ms. Tripada Bharati, Phd Student, University of Hyderabad, The Indo-Caribbean Women Writings, the Feminist Poetics and the History of Indentureship.  

42.   Ms. Monalisha Khakhlari, PhD Student, University Of Hyderabad, Medieval Assam: An Analytical account of British Travelers.  

43.   Mr. Mmoledi Kabekwa, Masters Student, University of Venda, Probing the experiences of women within the practice of ‘Gonyalelwa lapa’ among ‘BaSotho ba Lebowa’ Ga-Masemola Area.  

44.   Mr. Amdebrhan Tassew, Masters Student, Marmaray University, Identifying the impacts of core banking and service quality on customer satisfaction in commercial bank of Ethiopia.  

45.   Mr. Ratan Sarkar, Ph.D. Scholar (Education) (UGC-SRF), Pondicherry University (A Central University), Understanding Inclusive Education for Persons with Special Needs: A Theoretical Framework.  

46.   Ms. Latoya McInnis, PhD Student, Clark Atlanta University, Exploring the Literary Obsession with Narcissism in 20th Century American Women’s Literature.  

47.   Ms. Nidhi Kaushal, Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Tecchnology Roorkee, India, Conceptualizing the Literary Study of Primal Ethics with Management. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Sanjit Mishra

48.   Dr. Antonios E. Platsas, Associate Professor of Law, HSE, National Research University, Law as an Enabling Device.  

49.   Ms. Latoya McInnis, PhD Student, Clark Atlanta University, Writing Practices and the Impact on College and Career Readiness and Social Welfare.  

50.   Ms. Latoya McInnis, PhD Student, Clark Atlanta University, Writing Practices and the Impact on College and Career Readiness and Social Welfare.  

51.   Dr. Nasrullah Baacha, Assistant Professor, Allama Iqbal Open University, Potential Role of School Management Committee in Accountability and Monitoring of Public Schools in Pakistan. Co-Author(s):  Roohul Amin

52.   Dr. Tijana Mandic, Professor, FDU, Individual Psychological Change in a Mass Media Society. Co-Author(s):  Dr Divna Vuksanovic

53.   Ms. Mary Rosarie Sto Tomas, Student, De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, The Behaviour of the Three Selected Religious Minorities in the City of Dasmariñas to the Absence of Divorce Law as Influenced by the Roman Catholic Church. Co-Author(s):  Stephanie Linaja and Fatima Ellaine M. Sisracon

54.   Prof. Muqeem Khan, Associate Professor, Habib University, Technology Interventions in the Context of Ancient Knowledge and its Cultural Production.  

55.   Ms. Latoya McInnis, PhD Student, Clark Atlanta University, Writing Practices and the Impact on College and Career Readiness and Social Welfare.  

56.   Dr. Fifi Junita, Associate Professor, University of Airlangga, Responses to Global Backlash against Investment Treaty Arbitration : New Thinking of Promoting Mediation-Arbitration Model to Address the Challenges of Bias in Investor State Arbitration..  

57.   Ms. Stephanie Kirkland, MA Student, Texas Tech University, Health Behaviors of Mexican American Immigrants.  

58.   Prof. Misbah Bibi Qureshi, Professor, University of Sindh Jamsharo, Occupational Health Hazards Faced by Women Bangle Workers: A Case of Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan.  

59.   Ms. Simran Parikh, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, CEDAW Reservations with Reference to Sharia. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Sanjay Pradhan, Professor

60.   Dr. Sieglinde Pommer, Visiting Researcher, Yale Law School, The refugee crisis: Reevaluating the role of the state in transnational migration control.  

61.   Ms. Ha Le, Phd Student, La Trobe University, Limitation of Expropriation Clauses on State Autonomy for Public Interests: A Vietnam Study. Co-Author(s):   Ha Le

62.   Mr. Christian Colon, Student, East Stroudsburg University, How Experiential Learning Enhances Learning in Political Science.  

63.   Mr. Changhyeon Song, Ph.D Candidate, Seoul National University, Evidence from the entrepreneurial activity at the national level. Co-Author(s):   Yeonbae Kim

64.   Dr. Abhishek Jain, Fellow, Duke University, Inclusive And Sustainable Economic Development: A Success Model From Himachal Pradesh State In India.