Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                     14th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Science Studies
Conference Dates                   11th-13th November 2019
Deadline for Abstract             14th October 2019
Conference Venue                  University of Oxford, St Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom

Updated on 18th October 2019

1.       Dr. Banjoko Olusola, Senior Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical), Students’ age and Gender as Determinant of Practical Skill Acquisition in Technical Education in College of Education. Co-Author(s): Mr. Satilehin John Agbejoye, Lecturer 1

2.       Mr. Sabri Sulaiman, Research Assistant & PhD candidate, University of Malaya, Health Status and Psychology Wellbeing of Street Children in Kuala Lumpur. Co-Author(s): Professor Dr Siti Hajar Abu Bakar Ah, Professor & Associate Professor; and Dr Haris Abd Wahab & Associate Professor

3.       Mr. Siyaka Mohammed, Lecturer, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Owo, Party Alliance and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic. 

4.       Mr. Fapetu Oluwadamilola, Lecturer, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Owo, Analysis of the Causes and Effects of Violence in Nigerian Politics. 

5.       Mrs. Adelakun Olabisi, Lecturer, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Owo, Communication and Public Service Delivery in Nigeria. 

6.       Dr. Ayaga Terfa Godwin, Lecturer, Plateau State University Bokkos, Linguistic Taboos and Digital Age: An Ethical Challenge on Tiv Nation, Nigeria. 

7.       Dr. Masood Mashkoor Siddiqi, Pror,Dean, Federal Urdu University, Who tolerates the Burden of Taxes in Pakistan? Theoretical Consideration. 

8.       Mrs. Oluwasola Daniels, Lecturer And Phd Student, Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria, From Feminine Based Abuse to Masculine Abuse: Rethinking Domestic Abuse in Quotidian Yoruba. 

9.       Dr. Leticia Del Toro, Researcher, University of Las Palmas, Readability Versus Creativity? 

10.   Dr. Wafaa Shehata, Lecturer in English Literature, Faculty of Al-Alsun (Languages), Minia University, The Stereotypical Images of Marginalized Women in the Poetry of Rita Dove. 

11.   Ms. Jingxi Deng, PhD Student, Keio University, Social Stratification, Intergenerational Exploitation and Elderly Suicide in Rural China. 

12.   Dr. Eniola Victor Olamide, Principal Lecturer, The Federal Polytechnic, Qualitative Analysis of Adequate Due Diligence Procedures as Imperative for Effective Privatisation of Electricity Service Delivery in Nigeria. 

13.   Dr. Dalila Daud, Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Modelling an Integrated Islamic Generating Income Model (IIGIM) in Enhancing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Co-Author(s): Prof Rosmimah Mohd. Roslim, Deputy Academic

14.   Dr. Eniola Victor Olamide, Principal Lecturer, The Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti Ekiti State, Qualitative Analysis of Adequate Due Diligence Procedures as Imperative for Effective Privatisation of Electricity Service Delivery in Nigeria. 

15.   Prof. Maha Alsejari, Associate Professor, Kuwait University, Dietary habits and physical activity among a sample of Kuwaiti pregnant: a sociocultural study. Co-Author(s): Pro.Yagoub Al-Kandari

16.   Mr. Muhammad Maishanu Aliyu, Phd Student, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Approach of Maqasid Ash-Shariah in Controling Kidnapping in Northern Nigeria. 

17.   Mr. Yusuf Ahmad Minaba, Chief Lecturer, Umaru Ali Shinkafi Polytechnic Sokoto, The Modern English Novell: Narrative Techniques in Virginia Woof’s to the Lighthouse. 

18.   Mr. Aliyu Ibrahim Musaddad, Assitant Lecturer, Nasarawa State University Keffi, Muslims and Premarital Test in Nigeria: A Case Study of Nasarawa State. 

19.   Dr. Ademola Farinmade, Lecturer, University of Lagos, Home-Based Enterprises in Residential Corridor of Metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria. 

20.   Mr. Yahaya Suleiman, Asst. Exam Officer, Nasarawa State University Keffi, Socio-Religious implication of Bokanci and Tsubbanci among some muslims of Nasarawa State, Nigeria. 

21.   Ms. Yuhang Song, Student, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Nostalgia: Construction of Identities among Hanfu Advocates in China. 

22.   Dr. Mansur Juned, Lecturer, Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia'S Response To Encountering India'S Foreign Policy In Indo-Pacific Area. 

23.   Mr. Syahrul Salam, PhD Student, Universitas Padjadjaran, Political Aspects in Indonesia's Goods and Services Procurement During Joko Widodo Administration (2014-2015). Co-Author(s): Dr. Arry Bainus, Lecturer; Dr. Widya Setiabudi, Lecturer; and Prof. Dr. Tirta Nugraha Mursitama, Lecturer

24.   Mr. Rahmat Aming Lasim, PhD Student, Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia's Bargaining Position in Negotiation of Protection Treaty for Indonesian Migrant Workers in Saudi Arabia after Enactment of Moratorium on Delivery of Indonesian Migrant Workers. Co-Author(s): Dr. Arry Bainus, Lecturer;  Dr. Widya Setiabudi, Lecturer; and Dr. Wawan Budi Darmawan, Lecturer

25.   Dr. Gurpyari Bhatnagar, Assistant Professor, Sharda University, Literature and Consciousness. 

26.   Ms. Sereffina Siahaan, Postgraduate Student, Indonesia Defense University, Asean Centrality and Maritime Security Cooperation in The Geopolitical Dynamics of The Indo-Pacific Region. 

27.   Dr. Suet Leng Khoo, Associate Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Why is it Important to Adopt ‘Agenda 21 for Culture’? Case Study of George Town, Penang. 

28.   Ms. Eveshnie Reddy, Lecturer, University of South Africa, The legal validity of network investigative techniques (NIT’s) in the search and seizure of digital evidence: A comparative perspective. 

29.   Dr. Ishmael Dadson Yaw, Senior Lecturer, University of Education Winneba, Morphological classification and protection of the central coastline: Implications for coastal erosion management in Ghana. Co-Author(s): Dr. Kofi Adu-Boahen; and Dr. Benjamin Kofi Nyarko

30.   Ms. Rebecca Kerr, PhD Student, Queen's University Belfast, How successful have the UK’s Labour Party and the German SPD’s strategies been in responding to the European social democratic decline?

31.   Mr. Ishak Berrebbah, PhD Researcher, Coventry University, Losing the Ties: Representations of Social Exclusion and Belonging of Arab American Women in the Arab World in Mohja Kahf’s The Girl in the Tangerine Scarf. 

32.   Mr. Taiwo Odumosu, PhD Candidate, University of Nicosia, An Interrogation into the Function of Law to Solving Political and Development Problems in Africa. Co-Author(s): Ms. Olanike Adelakun

33.   Mr. Mengolo Mbel Samson, Assistant Lecturer, University Of Buea, Slave and Slave Trave in the Western Region of Cameroon: Presence of Memory, Absence of Heritage. 

34.   Ms. Hend Zaki, PhD Student, University of Auckland, The identity of Muslims in New Zealand

35.   Dr. Chidozie Ezeozue, Senior Lecturer, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Nigeria Security Challenges: Farmers Perception of The Impact Of Cattle Grazing In South East Nigeria. 

36.   Dr. Ahmad Hayek, Assistant Professor in Accounting, Higher Colleges of Technology, The Role of Internal Audit Activity in Acquisition of External Audit Services: An Empirical Study on the National Banks in UAE. 

37.   Dr. Ademola Farinmade, Lecturer, University of Lagos, Home-Based Enterprises in Residential Corridor of Metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria. 

38.   Mr. Seilienmang Haokip, PhD Student, University of Delhi, Inhabiting the aftermath of violence: Narratives of the displaced in the context of the Kuki-Naga violent conflict in Northeast India. 

39.   Dr. Mohamed Fathy Khalifa, Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics, Ajman University, Syllable Weight and Stress in Cairene Colloquial Arabic. 

40.   Mrs. Grace Dallong Opadotung, Lecturer, National Open University of Nigeria, The Rights of women inheritance under customary law in Nigeria. Co-Author(s):  Professor Kevin X. Li,  ZheJiang University

41.   Dr. Ela Luria, Lecturer and Researcher, Levinsky College of Education, Parent-Child Religious Distance in Religious Values. Co-Author(s): Dr. Maya Shalom; and Prof. Yaacov J Katz

42.   Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Nour Imam, Associate Professor, Yobe State University, Social Problems and Social Policy in Nigeria: A General Overview. 

43.   Mr. Lucas Mirani, PhD (Clinical Psychology), Australian National University, The Development of a Questionnaire to Measure the Quality of Research Supervision. Co-Author(s): Associate Professor Bruce Christensen

44.   Dr. Yousreya Alhamshary, Assistant Professor, Damanhour University, A Cultural Approach to Translate the Forgotten Legacy of the Egyptian Folk, A Case study of Mawwal Badriya. 

45.   Dr. Ademola Farinmade, Lecturer, University of Lagos, Home-Based Enterprises in Residential Corridor of Metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria. 

46.   Mr. Mohammed Mamun Usman, Assistant Lecturer, Sule Lamido University Kafin Hausa, Social and emotional influence of hate-related speeches in social media on intra-muslim's conflict in northern Nigeria: implications for conflict resolutions. Co-Author(s): Umar Saje (Ph.D) & Hassan Sabo

47.   Dr. Ornanong Husna Benbourenane, Professor, Zayed University, Ethno-religious conflict and the dilemma of economic development in Thailand’s Deep South. 

48.   Mr. Muhammad Umar Riaz Abbasi, PhD Student, National University of Modern Languages, Ethical and Moral Development of Contemporary Pakistani Society and Its Implications in the light of Shah Wali Ullah, s philosophy of Ethics. 

49.   Dr. Ishmael Yaw Dadson, Senior Lecturer, University of Education Winneba, Morphological classification and protection of the central coastline: Implications for coastal erosion management in Ghana. Co-Author(s): Dr. Kofi Adu-Boahen & Dr Benjamin Kofi Nyarko

50.   Dr. Lawrence Ademiluyi, Chief Lecturer, Osun State Polytechnic Iree, Institutional Inhibitions to female entrepreneurship in Osun State, Nigeria: Implications for entrepreneurship education. 

51.   Mr. John Emmanuel Villanueva, Senior Labor and Employment Officer, Department of Labor and Employment-Institute for Labor Studies (DOLE-ILS), Labor and employment governance in a ‘Federal Philippines’: A Policy Delphi-Survey study. 

52.   Ms. Sugandha Gumber, PhD Student, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Advergaming: Exploring new possibilities in Advertising. 

53.   Mr. Emir Ege Çalışkan, Researcher, Özel Bahçeşehir Anadolu Lisesi, Mathematical Aspects of Artificial Intelligence. 

54.   Mr. Muazu Alkali Bello, Senior Lecturer, Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, The contributions of the religious fundamentalism to the growth and spread of Bokoharam in some parts of West Africa. Co-Author(s): Muazu Alkali Bello

55.   Ms. Khulud Alhamazani, PhD Student, Monash University, Girl's Education in Saudi Arabia: discriminatory ideologies and practices. 

56.   Mr. Adeniyi Olorunsomo, Lecturer, Department of Theatre Arts, Interrogating Nigerian Conflicts Through Drama: A Study Of Osofisan’s Farewell To Cannibal Rage And Jonathan C. Obilor’s A Midnight Adventure. 

57.   Mr. Hamza Karamatullah, Student, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto University, Analysis of Robotics Industrial Manufacture & Promotion of Artificial Intelligence. Co-Author(s): Asil Budhwani; and Aneel Ahmed

58.   Mr. Mandlenkosi Mphatheni, PhD Student, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Perceptions of Child Sexual Abuse in South Africa: Case study of Eastern Cape Province. 

59.   Mr. Nkosingiphile Mbhele, PhD Student, University of KwaZulu Natal, Enforcing the Private Security Industry Regulation Act and other legislative frameworks obligations on private securities in South African drinking establishments. 

60.   Ms. Zainab Faisal, Student-Intern, Institute of Primate Research, Implications on Human and Nonhuman Primates Interactions in the Lower Tana River, Kenya. Co-Author(s): Dr Kivai S.M

61.   Ms. Priya Detroja, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Study on measuring the psychological implications of materialism. Co-Author(s): Krina kalaria

62.   Ms. Krina Kalaria, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, A study showing the interconnection between materialism and consumerism. Co-Author(s): Priya Detroja

63.   Mrs. Esther Gambe, Phd Student, University Of Cape Town, Indigenization Of The Protocol To The African Charter On The Rights Of Women In Africa: The Nigerian Religio-Cultural Perspective. 

64.   Mr. Giray Gerim, PhD Candidate, Eötvös Loránd University, A Theoretical Survey on the Populist Impulse in Conservative Nationalism. 

65.   Mr. Taofeek Agbaje, Lecturer 1, Osun State College of Technology, African Perspective on the Teatment of Aliens Under International Law: The Welfare of Individuals. 

66.   Ms. Nomakhosi Nomathemba Sibisi, Lecturer, University of KwaZulu-Natal, The Effects of School Violence on Educators: A case of a Selected Secondary Scool in KwaZulu-Natal. 

67.   Prof. Mojalefa Koenane, Professor, University of South Africa, Rural Development Through Traditional Authorities. Co-Author(s): Ms. Nonhlanhla Masechaba Koenane

68.   Ms. Jyoti Pandey, PhD Student, Banaras Hindu University, Impact of Sanitation and Hygiene on Health: A Cost Benefit Analysis. Co-Author(s): Dr.Rajeev Kumar Bhatt, Professor

69.   Mrs. Ardo Geno, Lecturer, Sokoto State University, Factors Influencing Recidivism in Nigerian Correctional Institutions: A Study of Kaduna State Central Prison. 

70.   Dr. Zafar Ullah Khan, Assistant Professor, Rashid Latif Medical College, Oral Lesions in Autoimmune Bullous Diseases: An Overview of Clinical Characteristics and Diagnostic Algorithm. 

71.   Mrs. Ardo Tumba, Lecturer, Sokoto State University, Terrorism: The Boko Haram Insurgency, An Overview of the Nigerian Experience. 

72.   Mrs. Diani Mardisar, Officer 1 Data Compliance, Telkom Indonesia, Improving Business Incubator Performance in Supporting Techno Start-up Company: A comparative Case Study between Indonesia and the Netherlands. 

73.   Prof. Engin Yurt, Associate Professor, Isparta Süleyman Demirel University, Intersubjectivity Revisited II: Rethinking the Phenomenology of Alterity With the Idea of Mythical Thinking. 

74.   Dr. Roszalina Rawi, Lecturer, Nanyang Technological University, Metaphors For Assessment:Delving Into Teachers' Beliefs About Assessment For Learning. 

75.   Prof. Fikrat Jahangirov, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Education, Azerbaijan University of Languages, Language and Cultural Identity. 

76.   Ms. Sucharita Sen, Phd Student, Victoria University of Wellington, Affectionate Emotions, Faithful Friends and Laudable Love – Travelling Into the Domestic Life of the British in India. 

77.   Mr. Taofeek Agbaje, Chief Lecturer, Osun State College of Technology, Do HR Policies Predict Employee Outcomes? Evidence from Nigeria's Manufacturing Sector. Co-Author(s):  James Odumeru

78.   Mr. Prashant Pandey, Teacher, Legal Sapiens, Understanding J&K : People Not Land. Deepali Singh

79.   Mrs. Rebecca Abani, Assistant Registrar, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Initiating Paperless Administration Among Registry Staff Through Improved Computer Technology Awareness. 

80.   Ms. Zara Hussain, Mphil Scholar, Lahore School of Economics, Losing by the Wayside: Women Doctors and Specialization in Pakistan. 

81.   Mrs. Rebecca Abani, Assistant Registrar, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Initiating Paperless Administration Among Registry Staff Through Improved Computer Technology Awareness. 

82.   Mrs. Emma Ellis, PhD Student, Monash University, Psychology in Australian Early Childhood Teacher Education: A Critical Investigation. Co-Author(s):  Dr Andrea Reupert, Professor; and Dr Marie Hammer, Lecturer

83.   Mr. Temitope Musowo, PhD Applicant, University of Ibadan, Effectiveness of Adult Literacy Programme in Reducing Urban Poverty in Lagos, Nigeria. Co-Author(s):  Uzordinma Seun Echina

84.   Dr. Penelope Quick, Senior Lecturer, University of South Hertfordshire, Bridging the Chasm: On Literature as Language and Language as Literature. 

85.   Dr. Eunice Abbey, Lecturer, Methodist University College, The “Mocking Traditions”; The Impacts of Traditional Practices on the Well-being of Rural Women in Siniensi of Northern Ghana. Co-Author(s):  Theophilus Tetteh Addico

86.   Prof. Sumonthip Kongtunjanphuk, Assistant Professor, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, The Development of Yogurt Cake Products by Replacing Cream Cheese with Probioticts Yogurt for Health

87.   Dr. Mimouna Zitouni, Assistant Professor, Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, Constraints in Translating Mouloud Feraoun’s Literary Discourse in “The Poor Man’s Son”: From French into Arabic, Berber (Kabyle) is at the Heart of the Issue. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mashael El Mutairi, Assistant Professor

88.   Prof. Puja Khatri, Professor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Correlates of Industry 4.0 Leader Traits and Sustained Employability: A Study of Manufacturing Sector in Delhi – NCR, India. Co-Author(s):  Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, Student; and Ms. Harshleen Kaur Pahwa, PhD Student

89.   Prof. Puja Khatri, Professor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Leadership Traits For  Industry 4.0: Scale Development and Validation. Co-Author(s):  Sumedha Dutta, Assistant Professor; and Dr. Khushboo Raina, Assistant Professor

90.   Ms. Sumedha Dutta, Assistant Professor, Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies, A Study of Managerial Effectiveness, 4.0 Leader Traits and Self-Efficacy of Employees of Manufacturing Sector in Delhi – NCR, India. Co-Author(s):  Sneh, Student; and Shalu Shukla, PhD Student

91.   Prof. Puja Khatri, Professor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Towards Understanding Correlates of Managerial Effectiveness and 4.0 Leader Traits in Manufacturing Sector in Delhi – NCR, India. Co-Author(s):  Sachin Dahiya, Student; and Harshleen Kaur Pahwa, PhD Student

92.   Mrs. Sumedha Dutta, Assistant Professor, Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies, Self-Efficacy and Sustained Employability: A Study of Manufacturing Sector in Delhi-NCR, India. Co-Author(s):  Mr. Vedant Sharma, Student; and Mrs. Neha Verma, Ph.D. Student

93.   Mrs. Sumedha Dutta, Assistant Professor, Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies, Correlates of Industry 4.0 Traits and Conflict Resolution  – A Study of Delhi-NCR, India. Co-Author(s):  Rashmi Azad, Student; and Preeti Kumari, PhD Scholar

94.   Prof. Petra Aczél, Head and Senior Researcher, Corvinus University of Budapest, SOCIAL FUTURING: Measuring Capabilities for the Future. Co-Author(s):  Prof. Zoltán Oszkár Szántó, Senior Researcher; János Csák, Head of the Project ConNext 2050; and Péter Szabadhegy, Director of International Affairs

95.   Dr. Brahimi Tarek, Head of the Scientific Council, Institute of Science and Techniques of Physical and Sports Activities (ISTAPS), Appearances Violence in the Algerian Character. Co-Author(s):  Bounachada Yacine

96.   Dr. Pradyuman Singh Rathore, Assistant Professor, Amity University Rajasthan, Hospitality’s Role in the Growth of Character Building. 

97.   Dr. Yusuf Tayfun Tepedeldiren, Lecturer & Researcher, Yıldız Technical University, Recursive Definition of Arithmethical Operations on Integers and Primeness Algorithm. Co-Author(s):  Cem Köse; Ekin Lal Akat; Eylül Işıl Erbil; Mina Zeynep Polat; and Şevval Çınar

98.   Dr. Hien Bui Ngoc, Lecturer, Ho Chi Minh Cadre Academy, The Educational Policy for Developing the Mekong Delta Sustainable. 

99.   Dr. Temitope Francis Abiodun, Lecturer & Research Fellow, University of Ibadan, Tactful Intelligence Synergy Among the Nigerian Security Operatives: A Viable Strategy in Decimating the Badoo Cults Rampage in Lagos, Nigeria. 

100.           Dr. Sarmann Kennedyd, Assistant Professor, Kean University, Amazon China Withdrew from the Chinese eCommerce Market – Rationalizations and Perspectives from the Savvy Chinese Online Consumers' Lack of Patronage. Co-Author(s):  Ze Yang, Student; Xinyi Tang, Student; Qian Zi, Student; and Yuequn Yu, Student

101.           Mr. Yasser Sedrata, Phd Student, Biskra University, Individual and Society within the Post Modern Ethos. 

102.           Mrs. Biljana Marković, Phd Student, University North, Understanding the Influence of Social Media on Individual’s Quality of Life Perceptions. Co-Author(s):   Eva Brlek, Phd Student; Doc. dr.sc. Darijo Čerepinko, Head of Public Relations Department;   and Jelena Škoda, Phd Student

103.           Dr. Tarik Ziyad Gulcu, Lecturer, Ankara University, Fractured Relations, Split Selves in the Globalising World: Mohsin Hamid's The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

104.           Ms. Vennela Riya, Law Student, Bennett University, Legal Recognition of Non-Binary Gender.

105.           Ms. Vennela Vennela, Law Student, Bennett University, Cyberspace as the Site of Feminist Solidarity. Co-Author(s): Ms. Riya

106.           Dr. Wannawee Boonkoum, Assistant Professor, Silpakorn University, Enhancement of Reading Habits of Students and School Libraries Under the Office of Basic Education Commission. Co-Author(s): Pitak  Suphannopas (Ph.D.)

107.           Dr. Jonida Mehmetaj, Lecturer, University "Ismail Qemali" Vlora, The Contribution of the Venice Commission on the Albania Legal System.  

108.           Dr. Ali Rafeeq, Assistant Professor, United Arab Emirates University, How did the Press and the New Zealand Herald cover the Christchurch Mosque Attacks?

109.           Prof. Maria Cecilia Carnaje Sualog, Principal, Ridgewood School of Caloocan, Analyzing Marketing Strategies of Ridgewood School of Caloocan, Philippines using Ansoff’s Matrix. Co-Author(s): Joseph A. Sualog

110.           Dr. Zuhal Karakoç Dora, Senior Policy Maker, Turkish Grand National Assembly, Role and Impact of Media on International Migration: Syrian Refugees Forcing the Gates.  

111.           Dr. Mohammed Marzuq Abubakari, Lecturer, University of Applied Management, Social Media Influence on Learning English as a Second Language.  

112.           Ms. Mona Elsamaty, PhD Student, University of Toronto, The Role of Language in the Sense of Belonging of Second-Generation Arab Youth in Montreal, Canada.  

113.           Ms. Nayab Javed, Associate Professor, University of the Punjab, Female Candidate Nominations in Political Parties: Practices and Challenges in Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ra'ana Malik

114.           Mr. Chethiya Gunawardana, Student, Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Zero Food Waste (Food Wastage Sustaining Mobile Application). Co-Author(s): Mrs.Shashika Lokuliyana, Lecturer; Ms. Narmadha Gamage, Lecturer; Mr. E.N.M.R.L Navarathne, Student; Mr. K.T.I Kelaniyage, Student; and Mr. H.A.N Pushpakumara, Student

115.           Mr. Filip Gołębiewski, Chairman of the Board, Institute for Discourse and Dialogue, Social Control as a Mechanism of Making Media more Ethical: Case of Poland.