Shortlisted Abstracts

  • Conference Title:

    9th Academic International Conference on Multidisciplinary Studies and Education

  • Conference Dates:

    12th-14th, August 2019

  • Deadline for Abstract:

    15th July 2019

  • Venue:

    University of Oxford, St Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom

Updated on 16th June 2019

  1. Louise Gonsalvez, Independent Researcher/Teacher, Independent Researcher & Teacher, A Clarion Call to Mainstream Animal Welfare, Rights and Ethics Education in Schools.
  2. Maureen Onyejegbu, Research Fellow, University of Nigeria, Igbo Women and Culture in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects.
  3. Adu Ebenezer, Principal Lecturer, College of Education, Environmental Factors as Correlates of Job Performance of Academic Staff of Colleges of Education in Nigeria.
  4. Lucy Jegede, Lecturer I, Ekiti State University, Pattern of Sexually-related Offences among Adults in South-Western Nigeria.
  5. Mohammad Akram, Language Instructor, Jazan University, Classroom Management Teaching ESL to Saudi Students.  
  6. Linda Qian Yu, PhD student, The University of Auckland, ‘Ray of sunshine or blanket of cloud’: emotional triggers in doctoral writing.
  7. Vinita Shukla, Director, Aievol Consulting Limited, Training of brain from mindfulness on nanotechnology and smart materials,design artificial intelligence,manufacture and engineering to newest transliteration of same subject and to only artificial intelligence.
  8. Hassan Ibrahim, Lecturer, Umaru Ali Shinkafi Polytechnic Sokoto, Employee Challenges in the Regulations of Procurement Supply Chain and Implementation in the Oil and Gas Sector. Co-Author: Mr. Abdullahi Mohammed
  9. Abdullahi Mohammad, Lecturer, Umaru Ali Shinkafi Polytechnic Sokoto, Assessing the Impact of Information and Communication Technology Towards Job Creation Within Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. Co-Author: Mr. Hassan Ibrahim
  10. Hussaini Babuga Bello, Lecturer, Umaru Ali Shinkafi Polytechnic, Political Education and National Unity: Challenges and Prospect in Contemporary Nigeria.
  11. Amal Alshae’el, English Language Teacher, Ministry of Education, The Effect of Using Drama in English Language learning among young learners: A Case Study of 6th Grade Female Pupils in Sakaka City. Co-Author: Dr. Nasser Alasari, Professor, University of Jeddah
  12. Nakachew Sewnet, Lecturer, Debre Berhan University, Dropout from maternity continuum of care and associated factors among mothers who gave birth in the last 12 months in Debre Markos town, Northwest Ethiopia. Co-Author: Bilen Mekonnen
  13. Mylen Tongcua, Dean,Graduate School, La Carlota City College, English Language Instruction among Higher Education Institution In Negros Occidental Philippines.
  14. Md. Arif Uz Zaman, PhD Student, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Investigating the Role of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) towards Improving English Language Teaching (ELT) at Secondary Level of Education in Bangladesh.
  15. Sukaroon Wongtim, Associate Professor, Sukhothai Thummathirat Open University, The Development  of  Integrated  Group Counseling  Model  to  Enhance Psychological  Hardiness  of  Children with Physical  Disability  in Thailand. Co-Author: Boonsri  Prommapun
  16. Jun Wang, PhD student, Nanyang Technological University, Challenges and Strategies on Children’s education: New Chinese Immigrant Parenting in Singapore. Co-Author: Min Zhou
  17. Abdulmalik Sadiq, PhD Student, Cracow University of Economics, Terrorism and the Nigerian economy: An analysis of the Boko Haram insurgent terrorist group.
  18. Melle Starsen, Associate professor, Upper Iowa University, Relatively Speaking: Incest in British Murder Mysteries.
  19. Ghazalie Ghazalie, Lecturer, Indonesian Defense University, Analysis Minicont to cut off by up to 30% Logistics Cost in Indonesia. Co-Author: Yusuf Ali
  20. Althea Casilla, Student Researcher, Lorma Colleges Basic Education Department, Diverse Attachment Between Humans and Robots. Co-Author: Sophia Gamboa; Cristen Tolentino; Milano Magsaysay; Matthew Gois; and Bryan Macalanda
  21. Joshua Abiezer Marayag, Student Researcher, Lorma Colleges Basic Education Schools, Weaving the Culture of Digital Tourism in the Summer Capital of the Philippines. Co-Author: Ana Sofia Loreen Mirambel; Ma. Sophia Isabelle Gaspar; Cloie September Lang-ay; and Mariano Rafael Florentino, Student Researchers
  22. Milano Magsaysay, Student Researcher, Lorma Colleges Basic Education Department, Diverse Attachment Between Humans and Robots. Co-Author: Sophia Gamboa; Cristen Tolentino; Milano Magsaysay; Matthew Gois; and Bryan Macalanda
  23. Ananya Singh, PhD Scholar, Manipal University Jaipur, Indian Political Illustrations as Communicative Weapon in Newspaper. Co-Author: Prof. Dr. Anant Kumar Ozarkar
  24. Rasha Mashmoushi, Educational Psychologist, American University of Beirut Medical Center, The Neuropsychological Profile of Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Intellectual Disability with or without Co-occurring Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
  25. Wing-man Chan, Assistant Professor, The Open University of Hong Kong, Friend or Foe? Machine Translation in Language Learning.
  26. Mousa Keyhanee, MTh Student, Alphacrucis College, Muhammad(s) and Paul on Jesus: A comparative study of two sacred pillars. Co-Author: Dr Adam White (Supervisor)
  27. Kuan Heong Woo, Senior Lecturer & Researcher, University of Science, Competing Elites and Place-making in Affordable Housing Program.
  28. Othman Alkhadher, Professor, Kuwait University, Organizational Justice in Arab Countries: Investigation of the Measurement and Structural Invariance. Co-Author: Dr. Hesham F. Gadelrab
  29. Hira Toheed, PhD Scholar, Bahria University, Impact of Organizational Politics on Gender Based Ethical Leadership.
  30. Tekle Tsegay Gebreyesus, Assistant Lecturer, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, The Impact of Migration on Economic and Social Development.
  31. Sumedha Chakravarthy, Research Associate, Sarai-CSDS, Practices of Urbanity: Questions of belonging and informality in Delhi’s gated enclaves.
  32. Yunhee Park, Postgraduate Student, Seoul National University, A Study on the Communication between the Elderly with Dementia and the Careergiver in the Nursing Home.
  33. Ghazalie Ghazalie, Magister Student, Indonesia Defense University, Analysis Good Governance of Corruption Eradication in Indonesia Toward Penta Helix Model. Co-Author: Aris Sarjito
  34. Ratnasiri Arangala, Senior Professor, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, The Underpinnings of Multilingualism in Ancient Ceylon: The Usage of Pali and Sanskrit Languages. Co-Author: Ganushka Randula
  35. Idrissa Alimamy Patience Kargbo, Researcher, Office of the ombudsman, The effect of government change in Africa.
  36. Lorena Menditto, Contract Professor, Guglielmo Marconi University, Ep-1. Empty experimental study. Co-Author: Umberto Bivona, Professor
  37. Negar Bekli, Phd student, Ruhr Bochum University, The role of Grammar in the communicative competence of adult learners of English as a Second Language (ESL).
  38. Wannawee Boonkoum, Assistant Professor, Silpakorn University, Tourism Routes and Model following the King’s Projects for Creative Learning: A case Study of Phetchaburi Province, Thailand. Co-Author: Terush Rumpanpetch, Potjana Boonkoum
  39. Potjana Boonkoum, Lecturer, Phranakhon Rajabhat University, Development of Agro-tourism activity model to promote the tourism market of Sam Phraya sub-district, Cha Am district, Phetchaburi Province.
  40. Olutoyin Olufunke Boris, Dean, College of Education, The Impact of Work Environment on Teacher’s Productivity in Primary Schools in South Western Nigeria. Co-Author: Boris Olurotimi
  41. Md. Awal Hossain Mollah, Professor, University of Rajshahi, Parliament and Governance in Bangladesh.
  42. Ozan Evrim Tunca, Professor, Anadolu University, Using Distant Learning Platform for Musical Instrument Teaching: Akadema.
  43. Florence Foluso Akanle, Senior Lecturer, Ekiti State University, Women and Gender Inequality: The Academic Experience. Co-Author: Dr. Akanle Florence Foluso; Dr. Ricchard Oni; Dr. Ola Tolulope; and Dr. Lami Ofie.
  44. Florence Foluso Akanle, Senior Lecturer, Ekiti State University, Effect of Community Education and Early Intervention and Rehabilitation in Minimising the Impact on Mental Illness. Co-Author: Dr. Akanle Florence Foluso; Dr. Ricchard Oni; Dr. Ola Tolulope; and Dr. Lami Ofie.
  45. Shuqiong LUO, Instructor, Shantou University, A systematic review of research on flipped language classroom: Research issues and findings, theoretical frameworks, teaching approaches and tools. Co-Author: Di Zou; and Gwo-Jen Hwang
  46. Ari Metalin Ika Puspita, Lecturer, STKIP PGRI Trenggalek, Metacognitive Analysis of Elementary School Students (Stories In Indonesia).
  47. Mimin Ninawati, Lecturer, Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. HAMKA, Using Animation Book of Sex Education to Increase Sex Understanding for Elementary School Students.
  48. May Al-shaikhli, Assistant Professor, Amman Arab University, Optimal Theory of Translation.
  49. Yusuf Tayfun Tepedeldiren, Lecturer & Researcher, Beylikdüzü Vizyon Anadolu Lisesi, Recursive Definitions of Arithmetical Operations and Primeness Algorithm. Co-Author: Cem Köse; Ekin Lal Akat; Eylül Işıl Erbil; Mina Zeynep Polat; and Şevval Çınar
  50. Aljawharah Alsalamah, PhD Student, University of Lincoln, Qualitative Insights into the Results of Training Programmes for Head Teachers in Saudi Arabia, Based on the Kirkpatrick Model. Co-Author: Dr. Carol Callinan
  51. Alun Roger, Associate Professor, Nagoya Gakuin University, Components of Leniency Bias in the context of EFL Speaking Tests.
  52. Suet Leng Khoo, Associate Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Liveability and Place-Making in Affordable Housing Schemes: Situation Analysis of Penang Island, Malaysia. Co-Author: Dr Kuan Heong, Woo, Senior Lecturer
  53. Supriadi Supriadi, Student, Indonesian Islamic University, Entrepreneurship Education as a Empowerment of People in the Aswaja Lintang Songo Piyungan Boarding School, Bantul Yogyakarta. Co-Author: Muhammad Roy Purwanto
  54. Ritisha Gupta, Student, Hidayatullah National Law University, Boon or Bane: The Fourth Wave of Feminism.
  55. Esayas W/Tinsae G/Kidan, PhD Candidate, Addis Ababab University, Blended Learning and Students’ Mathematics Cognitive Demand in Ethiopian higher education institutions: A pilot study to maximize design effectiveness. Co-Author: Dr. Solomon Abreham, Associate Professor; and Dr. Kassa Micheal
  56. Markéta Šemberová, PhD Student and Lecturer, Palacky University in Olomouc, Students of the International Programme of Medicine and Dentistry at the Medical Faculty of Palacký University in Olomouc from the perspectives of their lecturers and teachers. Co-Author: Jitka Plischke; Stefan Chudy; and Pavlina Kobzova
  57. Abdallah Elmahi, Head of Department, Abu Dhabi University, A critical review of the current literature on augmented reality and mobile learning in English language teaching. Co-Author: Dr. Babikir Siddig
  58. Juhee Lee, Phd Student, Yonsei University, The Present Status of Mutilingual Service in Public Facilities in Foreign-Dense Areas in Korea – Using the Concept of Language Rights.
  59. A young Shin, Phd Student, YONSEI University, The politeness of Korean personal pronouns in terms of language typology.
  60. Kornelis Wiriyawan Gatu, Leader, Serikat Pekerja Nasional, The Protection of NTT Migrant Workers in the Palm Oil Plantations of East Kalimantan : A Transdiciplinary Challenge. Co-Author: Kornelis Wiriyawan Gatu
  61. Sorapas Namsomboon, Lecturer, Silpakorn University, The Development of Media Information and Digital Literacy of Pre-service Teachers.
  62. Rommel Maglaya, Director, Raffles International Institute Mongolia, Academic Leadership in Higher Education: A Correlational Study.
  63. Sweetha Saji, PhD Research Scholar, National Institute of Technology, Trichy, Visualizing the Invisible: Graphic Memoirs on Mental Illness as Counter-Discourse.
  64. Maria Paola Bulla, Phd student, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Handmade ceramics of “paneleiras de Goiabeiras” (Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil): African, American and European possible influences.
  65. Maream Nillapun, Assisstant Professor, Silpakorn University, The development of the taradigm, model and mechanism for the teacher development according to the area network concept: A case study in the Central Region, Including the East and the West of Thailand. Co-Author: Asst. Prof. Siriwan Vanichwatanavorachai (Ph.D.);  Asst. Prof. Karunpol  Vivathamongkol (Ph.D.); Asst. Prof. Kantayuth  Triboonnithi (Ph.D.); Miss Wannapa  Sangwattanakul (M.Ed.)
  66. Syed Musa Hassan, Director, Punjab Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, Exploring Convenience of Enforcing Conflicting Norms of Pharmaceutical Patent Protection and Access to Essential Medicines; A Good-Faith Analysis.
  67. Janga Babu Rao, Ph.D. Research Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Society, Culture and Development of Telugu People.
  68. Michael Lalremtluanga, Lecturer, Kapthangi College, Music as an inspiration for learners in an English classroom.
  69. Jolanta Mackowicz, Associate Professor, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Students’ View on Human Rights Education.
  70. Bakyt Alzhanova, math teacher, head of department, Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Physics and Mathematics in Aktobe, Teaching Mathematics in third Language through Team-Teaching. Co-Author: Mr.Meirambek Mukash
  71. Mohammad Alkhatib, Lecturer, Prince Megren University, Grammatical Issues in Saudi EFL writings: A Minimalist Approach.
  72. Andrej Pogorelec, Professor, Biotehniški center Naklo, History of artistic literature in the context of contemporary philosophical and scientific knowledge.
  73. Endalew Kufi, Quality Enhancement Director, Arsi University, Teachers’ professional autonomy and issues of education quality in Ethiopia.
  74. Nosheen Saba, PhD Scholar, Bahria University, Effect of Project Citizenship Behavior (PCB) on efficiency and effectiveness of Project based Organizations. Co-Author: Dr. Hafiz Mushtaq Ahmad
  75. Anviti Gupta, Professor, Sharda University, Exploring Spiritual Intelligence As A Way of Mentoring : The Indian Philosophical Perspective.
  76. Yuko Kato, Associate Professor, Jin-ai University, A Report on University Students’ Views on Secondary Education in Japan: Changes over the Last Two Decades.
  77. Sourour Salhi, PhD Student, University of Birmingham, Beyond Homi Bhabha’s Cultural Hybridity: ‘Hybrid Affirmation’ as a State of Mind for Post-Independent Algerian and Nigerian Native Populations.
  78. Rebecca Mercado, Department Research Chair, Tarlac State University, Poetry as Instructional Strategy in Outcomes-based Teaching -Learning in Professional Education Courses.
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