IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS)

Dec. - 2015 Volume 20 - Issue 12

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Scientometric Nuclear Research: A Global Perspective
Country : India
Authors : Dr.K.Vinitha || Mr.V.Srinivasan

Abstract: Since Vassily V. Nalimov coined the term 'scientometrics' in the 1960s, this term has grown in popularity and is used to describe the study of science: growth, structure, interrelationships and productivity. Scientometrics is related to and has overlapping interests with bibliometrics and informetrics. The terms bibliometrics, scientometrics, and informetrics refer to component fields related to the study of the dynamics of disciplines as reflected in the production of their literature. Areas of study range from charting changes in the output of a scholarly field through time and across countries, to the library collection problem of maintaining control of the output, and to the low publication productivity of most researchers. This article narrates the nuclear research at global level.

Keyword: Bhaba, Bradford's Law, Informeterics, Nuclear, and Scientometrics,

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Impact of User Fees on Health Services in Yemen
Country : China
Authors : Abdulrakeeb abdusaeed al-hakimy || Abdulsalam M.A.Naseer || Feng zhanchun

Abstract: The issue towards achieving the United Nations Millennium Development Goals re-invigorated concerns around sustainable health care financing and the adequacy of the financing arrangements in many low-resource settings (developing countries). This necessitated the institution of user-fees as part of health financing reform in many countries in Yemen. These fees are charges levied at the point of service with the intention of reducing 'frivolous' consumption of health services, increasing the quality of services available and also increasing coverage and utilization of services. Likewise, as a 'decisive' policy to cushion the existing challenges facing health care financing in the region, a critical assessment of the assertions of proponents of user fees who use the principle of cost recovery and revenue mobilization to drive the concept of rational utilization, efficiency and equitable distribution of health care services is often exaggerated.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Health policy course in Europe
Country : China
Authors : Abdulrakeeb abdusaeed al-hakimy || Abdulsalm.M.A.Naseer || Feng zhanchun

Abstract: During the past decades, many governments have introduced patient cost-sharing in their public health-care system. This trend towards more cost-sharing by patients has affected the European Union (EU) member states as well the objective of patient cost-sharing is to increase the efficiency of health-care utilization by making consumers more cost-conscious. The introduction of patient cost-sharing is also a method to generate additional health-care revenues and/or to shift health-care costs to consumers while trying to contain the overall public expenditures on health. Although the achievement of these objectives is disputed, the current context of increased fiscal pressure and sustainability problems within the European public health-care systems brings patient cost-sharing on the policy agenda.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Use of E-resources and Services by Users at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta: A Study
Country :  
Authors : Vinod Kumar Singh

Abstract: The study investigated the use of electronic resources by the students, research scholars and faculty members of IIM Calcutta. It examined the user's awareness of the different types of e-resources available in the IIM Calcutta Library, purpose and frequency of using e-resources by the users, the factor affecting resource utilization, impact of e-resources and services on the academic work of the users, suggest the ways and means for the effective use of e-resources and services available in the IIM Calcutta Library, etc.

Keywords: E-resources, IIM Calcutta Library, Indian Institutes of Management

Major findings of the study are: [1] The majority of the respondents (44.44%) visit the library 2-3 times a week. [2] The majority of the respondents (85.29%) indicate that they do not visit the library frequently because all the collection (e-resources) of the library are accessible from their workplace through WiFi/LAN. [3] The majority of the respondents visit the library for research work/project (86.11%) and to borrow and return the books (79.17%). [4] The majority of the respondents (88.89%) are well aware of e-resource services and facilities provided by the IIM Calcutta Library. [5] The majority of the respondents are well aware that library is a member of the IIM Consortium (84.72%) and the INDEST-AICTE Consortium (75%).

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Youth Empowerment: A Panacea To Sustainable Democracy In Nigeria
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Babalola,Olatomide.E || FasikuAdesola M

Abstract: Democratic governance in any country of the world is always accomplished with some values of freedom such as freedom of choosing who will govern the country, religion or freedom of worship, ownership of property and education of children, freedom of speech and freedom to enjoy the benefits of their labour. All these values of freedom are right and privileges that are true for every citizen in the society. When citizens experience these values of freedom, it will in turn sustain democratic governance.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Administrative And Managerial Challenges Of Public Housing Delivery In Nigeria
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Suleiman KAWUWA

Abstract: Housing is one of the three basic needs of mankind and it is the most important for the physical survival of man after the provision of food. Adequate housing contributes to the attainment of physical and moral health of a nation and stimulates the social stability, the work efficiency and the development of the individuals. One of the continuing challenges posed by unprecedented population growth and urbanization in the developing countries is the provision of adequate housing. Over the last four decades, Nigeria like several developing countries has emphasized public provision of housing schemes but with little success. Therefore, this paper is a literature review type attempting to examine the reasons why human beings need decent houses, the administrative and managerial techniques employed by various regime toward housing delivery in Nigeria as well as the problems and challenges therein. The paper also offers suggestions on how to ameliorate the housing inadequacy..

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : "A study of emotional intelligence in relation to gender and locality of Higher Secondary Students"
Country :  
Authors : Preeti Gurnani || Sumanlata Saxena

Abstract:The present study examines emotional intelligence in relation to gender and locality of higher secondary students. Samples were selected by using simple random sampling technique. The survey was conducted on 120 students of Durg, Rajnandgaon and Bhilai in Chhattisgarh. Results obtained through T- test revealed that there is significant difference in the emotional intelligence of Boys and girls due to biological factor and between locality due to urban and rural sectors

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Women Empowerment in Bangladesh from Islamic Perspective
Country : Bangladesh
Authors : Rokeya Sultana || Muhsina Aktar|| Onysa Alam

Abstract:The subject of empowerment of women has becoming a concerning issue all over the world since last few decades. As well as the emergence of the question whether Islam empowers women in the context of mainstream development has started a crucial debate in our society. Empowerment means moving from enforced powerlessness to a position of power through ensuring education, knowledge, skills and self confidence in every sphere of life which is necessary for the whole development process. Whereas Islam says that man and women are equal members of society who have shared their equal rights in all public affairs. The aim of this paper is to demonstrate on how Islam has encouraged empowerment of women in our various aspects of life especially in family education, economy and political sector.

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