Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                       5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Science Studies
Conference Dates                     14th - 16th November 2016
Deadline for Abstract                17th October 2016
Venue                                       University of Oxford, St. Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Updated on 20th October 2016

1.       Mr. Philip Oamen, Lecturer, Ambrose Alli University, Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Nigeria: A Call to Follow Global Trends. 

2.       Ms. Dina Hidayana, Postgraduate Student in International Relations, Lancaster University, Indonesian’s Farmers and The ASEAN Economic Community: Foreign Policy Analysis. 

3.       Ms. Devanshi Shah, Postgraduate Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Analysis of The Debate on United States Drone Program Under International Law. 

4.       Dr. Zakia Bano, Assistant Professor, University of Gujrat, Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Externalizing Adjustment Problems in Adolescents of Fathers Employed Abroad. Co-Author: Nabgha Batool Naqvi (Research scholar)

5.       Dr. Adejumoke Ale, Senior Lecturer, Adeyemi College of Education, An Assessment of Climate Change Adaptation Among Rural Livestock Farmers in Ondo State, Nigeria. 

6.       Dr. Florence Nkechi Okeke, Senior Lecturer, Imo State University, Policy Gaps and Management of Aging Teachers and Principals of Secondary Schools in Nigeria. Co-Author: Osuji Fidelia N.F.

7.       Mr. Mohammad Faisol Soleh, Researcher, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Covenant of Marriage Post Marriage: Analysis to Create Parameter Jurisprudence in Indonesia. 

8.       Mr. Nazmul Hoque Rezwan, Associate Professor, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Poverty experiences and Social isolation: A study among vulnerable population of Sylhet city. Co-Author: Mohammed Faruque Uddin

9.       Mr. Tinashe Kabasa, PhD student, Girne American University, Legal Aspects of Cyprus Problem:Towards Negotiation. 

10.   Dr. Livinus Okere, Lecturer, Nigeria Police Academy, Decongesting Nigerian Prisons: The Role of Judiciary. 

11.   Mr. Rawin Leelapatana, PhD student, University of Bristol, Emergency Powers in political crises: the case of Thailand's colour-coded political crisis. 

12.   Ms. Sirin Sawangwan, Ph.D. Student, National Institute of Development Administration, Motivational perceptions towards Learning English with Multimedia Computer-assisted English Writing. Co-Author: Dr.Kasma Suwanarak, Assistant Professor

13.   Dr. Thinnawat Sroikudrua, Lecturer, Khon Kean University, The SMILE Model: 5 Steps for Self-Introduction. 

14.   Dr. Morgan Ndlovu, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, The African Mind: An Anti-Cartesian Discourse Approach to Learning and Pedagogy. 

15.   Dr. Joel Barde, Lecturer, University of Jos, Gender- Based Domestic Violence:Examining the Adequacy of the Legal Regime in Nigeria. 

16.   Ms. Piyaporn Punkasirikul, PhD Candidate, National Institute of Development Administration, Buddhist Belief and Superstition in Thai Political News. 

17.   Mr. Anees Ahmed Abbassi, Student, Karachi University, Expensive Mobile Phone Status Symbol or Need of Surrounding. Co-Author: Wahid Sharif. Additional Abstract: Germany – Pakistan Relations (1960 – 2015) : An Analytical Study

18.   Ms. Maryam Pirdehghan, Student, Sorbonne University, The Image of Saddam Hussein and Collective Memory: the Semiotics of Ba'ath Regime's Graffiti in Iraq (1980-2003). Co-Author: Behzad Vafakhah

19.   Dr. Amna Khalid, Assistant Professor, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Parental Bonding and Adolescents’ depressive and anxious symptoms. 

20.   Dr. Esra Cizmeci, Lecturer, University of Yalova, For the Love of Smartphone: Role of Smartphones in Shaping the Romantic Relationships of the Youth in Turkey, A Qualitative Research. 

21.   Ms. Ubonrat Chanaroke, Ph.D. Student, National Institute of Development Administration, Error Analysis Caused by Mother Tongue Interference in Written English Sentences of Thai Undergraduate EFL Learners. 

22.   Mr. Hajed Alotaibi, PhD Researcher, Bangor University, Methods of deducing Islamic juristic rulings related to crimes. 

23.   Mr. Dennis Senam Amable, Post Graduate Student, Jilin University, Combating Drug Trafficking in West Africa: The Role of International Organizations. 

24.   Ms. Himja Trivedi, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Predominance and Causes of Neurological disorders from an Indian Perspective - An Empirical Study. Co-Author: Dr. Ritu Sharma, HOD of Psychology

25.   Dr. Zarabizan Zakaria, Senior Assistant Director, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Gender-Related Issues in the Malaysian Construction Industry from Project Human Resource Management Perpective. Co-Author: Dr. Syuhaida Ismail, Senior Lecturer

26.   Mr. Abimbola Owolabi, Senior System Analyst, National Open University of Nigeria, The challenges and usefulness of Open Educational Resources (OER) in Nigeria Higher Education. 

27.   Ms. Riddhi Chopra, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Rise of Blue Water Navy and Implications for the Region. Co-Author: Dr. M. Mayilvaganan, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Advanced Studies

28.   Ms. Tety Widyaningrum, Student, Universitas Gadjah Mada, The Impact of Evictions in the Fish Market Outside Rods. Co-Author: Sapnah Rahmawati -

29.   Mr. Bala Usman Chamo, Senior Lecturer, Jigawa State Polytechnic, An Examination of Barriers to Inclusive Education in Jigawa State: Teachers’, Parents’ and Children’s Perspectives. 

30.   Mr. Moh Khoiruddin Rajulaini, Associate of Environment and Social Responsibility Division, PT Astra International Tbk, Kampung Berseri Astra as a Business Initiative to Promote Positive Social Change in Indonesia. Co-Author: Abdullah Kholifah, Associate of Environment and Social Responsibility Division

31.   Dr. Dharam Veer Singh, Assistant Professor, University of Delhi, Crop Insurance: A Risk Management Strategy in Indian Agriculture. 

32.   Mr. Mbusiseni Celimpilo Dube, Lecturer, University of Zululand, The epistemologies of South African School History teachers. 

33.   Mr. Mohamed Ismail, Assistant Lecturer, Alexandria University, A Proposed Framework For Designing and using management accounting and control systems to improve the performance of Egyptian companies – An Analytical Study. 

34.   Mr. Wirat Wongpinunwatana, Assistant Professor, Khon Kaen University, Characteristics of Message Exposure in Daily Life of Students. 

35.   Ms. Annisa Rahmah, Undergraduate Student, University of Indonesia, How the obedience of explicit cues in public places affects individual’s affect schedule, pun intended. 

36.   Dr. Adegbola Ojo, Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University, Community Safety in Merseyside: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of the Repercussions of Austerity. Co-Author: Mr Jay Karecha

37.   Mrs. Xu Zhang, PhD Researcher, Plymouth University, Small-world network: decoding the transient communities in digital platforms. 

38.   Dr. Nuri Triki, Assistant Professor, University of Subratha, Innovations and Curriculum Development for Technical and Engineering Education in Libya. 

39.   Dr. Hemant Garg, Postgraduate Student, Panjab University, Emerging role of Arbitration in IPR disputes in International Contracts. Co-Author: Dr.Sushil Gupta

40.   Prof. Masahiko Sano, Professor, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Precarious Transition from School to Work in Japan. 

41.   Mr. Zexi Cao, PhD candidate, London School of Economics, Young-Generation Media Workers in Party-organ Newsrooms: Negotiations and Conflicts inside Contemporary Chinese Media. 

42.   Mr. Sattam Eid Almutairi, PhD Student, University College Dublin, Defining the Concept of the Right to Privacy in Islamic Law. 

43.   Mr. Phalak Vyas, Post Graduation Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Institutionalization of “India’s Soft Power” vis-e-vis State sponsored “Chinese Soft Power”. 

44.   Ms. Maria Luisa Miraglia, Graduate Student, University of Padova, The Stages of Apartheid: An Analysis of Segregation Policies in Kosovo and South Africa. 

45.   Ms. Yu Zhang, Lecturer, Northeast Normal University, “Rivers and Lakes” in Traditional Chinese Poems: a Freer World where the Poet-Officials Rest Their Hearts. 

46.   Mr. Djamel Eddine Benchaib, PhD student, The University of Northampton, Digital and Interdisciplinary Communication. 

47.   Ms. Supissara Mongkawira, Lecturer/Physical Therapist, Khon Kaen University, The Study of Multidisciplinary Team Cooperation for Developing of Autistic Child. 

48.   Dr. Marta Makowska, Assistant Professor, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Does growing up with a physician influence the ethics of medical students’ relationships with the pharmaceutical industry? The cases of the US and Poland. 

49.   Ms. Gabriel Wajong, Research Assistant, Universitas Indonesia, A green observation: Exploration of the relationships between eye images, sustainable consumption, and price. Co-Author: Mgr. Erita Narhetali, S. Psi., Lecturer

50.   Mr. Fernando Chiconela, Student, Higher Institute of International Relations, The Social Exclusion as Reason for Conflict in Africa: Political Participation, Democracy and Political Representation. 

51.   Dr. Tarek BEN NOAMENE, Lecturer, Higher Colleges of Technology, The development of human capital through employee shareholding: An empirical analysis. Co-Author: Sara Elouadi

52.   Ms. Aemen Khalid, Assistant Professor, Lahore Garrison University, Parents’ perception of Interactive Media Effects on Children’s Cognitive, Social and Moral Development in Pakistan.  

53.   Ms. Aishwarya Joshi, Professor, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Academic stress and suicidal tendencies among young adults in India. Co-Author: Dr. Neeta Sinha

54.   Ms. Shama Kellogg, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Role of Empathy in Psychotherapy. Co-Author: Dr. Neeta Sinha

55.   Dr. Neila Ramdhani, Associate Professor, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Future Time Perspective of Indonesian Young Generation in the ASEAN Economic Community Era.  

56.   Dr. In Taek Jung, Researcher, Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology, A Study of the Integrated Platform Development for Analyzing Road Driving Environments Based on Various Data Types. Co-Author: Sung; Hong Ki, Chong; and Kyu Soo

57.   Mr. Senhu Wng, PhD Student, University of Cambridge, Cultural Differences or Economic Inequalities: Are British Ethnic Minority Women Really Disadvantaged?.  

58.   Ms. Jawaher Abdelhamid, Postgraduate student, Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi, Jordan's Arab Spring: The Survival of the Hashimites.  

59.   Mrs. Ratih Herningtyas, Lecturer, University Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, “Lunch Box” Mini Drama : Korean Gastro Diplomacy and Communication StrategiesTo Enhance State’s Promotion Toward Moslem Countries. Co-Author: Mrs. Frizki Nurnisya

60.   Dr. Turkan FIRINCI ORMAN, Assistant Professor, Baskent University, The Necessity of Institutionalized Childhood Sociology in Turkey.  

61.   Mrs. Maria Missoni, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Udine, Anti-corruption as a programme of government : Between centres of calculation and local practices. Co-Author: Prof. Fabrizio Panozzo

62.   Mr. Stanislav Tripes, Ph.D. Student, University of Economics, Prague, Microbreweries boom: cause or effect of customers’ requirements change. Co-Author: Denisa Findejsova, Master student

63.   Ms. Ekaterina Papushina, Postgraduate Student, Lomonosow Moscow State University, Possession as key element of property law: continental law and common law approach (the case of Russian Federation).  

64.   Ms. Anamika Lall, Associate Professor, DIT University, Psychological Analysis of the Characters of William Shakespeare - A Study based on 'The Tempest'. 

65. Ms. Moza Alrawahi, Ph.D Student, Cardiff university, Citizen Journalism in Social Media: Exploring its Impact on Journalism and social change.