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

Feb. - 2017 Volume 22 - Issue 2

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Human Skill: An Emerging Dimension of Social Media and Competitive Advantage in Sri Lankan Hotel Industry
Country : Sri Lanka
Authors : Dr. S.W.G.K. Bulankulama
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Abstract: Having good human skills gives the ability to get the best out of their people. The employees' It skill is increasingly common utilization of Social Media in Hotel Industry. Utilizing The Social Media as a marketing strategy, hoteliers can ensure their advantage in competitive market. As such, the purpose of this Paper is to study the relationship between human skill and social media. And also the relationship between human skill and competitive advantage. The primary data for this research were collected through survey questionnaire. The questionnaire is designed using structured questions to Measure the relationship among..........

Keywords: Sri Lankan Hotel Industry, Human Skill, Social Media, Competitive Advantage.

[1] Barney, J. (1991), Firm Resources And Sustained Competitive Advantage, Journal Of Management, Vol. 17, No. 1, P99-120.
[2] Carpenter, M. A., Gelekkanycz, M. A., And Sanders, W. G. (2004), Upper Echelons Research Revisited: Antecedents, Elements, And Consequences Of Top Management Team Composition. Journal Of Management, 30(6), 749-778.
[3] Chen, L.C.(2010), Multi-Skilling In The Hotel Industry In Taiwan, Southern Cross University, Epublications@Scu Is An Electronic Repository Administered By Southern Cross University Library.
[4] De Cieri, H., And Kramar, R. (2005), Human Resource Management In Australia 2e: Strategy People Performance, Boston: Mcgraw-Hill Irwin.
[5] Drew, S. (2003), Strategic Uses Of E-Commerce By Smes In The East Of England. Eur. Manag. J. 79–88.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Novelty, historical Consciousness and the Spectacle of Interpretation
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Graves, Nelson P, Ph.D
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Abstract: Reflecting on the seminal theme of Biography as a provisional means of accessing artistic substance, this study dares a reading of the metamorphosis of the artistry of the Dakorois artists Victor Ehikhamenor and Youseff Limoud. Utilising an empirical analysis, principal art works of these masters are examined. However, a hermeneutic investigation is engaged to aid an unraveling of the tooling mechanisms and the art making traditions that the artists deployed in their engagement with the natural synthesis cognomen in affecting the postmodernist paradigm. The works of Victor Ehikhamenor are discussed with a hermeneutic detailing that draws attention to the peculiarities of his artistry as emblematic in the growth and development of the ethos of the reincarnation of the past in postmodernist creativity enabled by the break from the Negritude ethos of the 1960s. However............

Keywords: Biography, provisional, metamorphosis, hermeneutic, paradigm shift, upholster, deceptive silence of stolen voices

[1] Alagoa, E.J. (1997) The Python's Eye: The Past in the Living Present", Inaugural Lecture Series I, University of Port Harcourt.
[2] Bishop, Claire (2005) Installation Art, Tate Publishing limited, Millbank, London, pp. 15-16.
[3] Bolshaw Liz (2016) http://
[4] Bruno Latour (1993) We have Never Been Modern, Trans. Catherine Porter, Cambridge :Harvard University Press, pp. 74-76.
[5] Freud, Sigmud (1900) The Interpretation of Dreams.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Cartoon!!! And It's Effects on Socio-Emotional Development of Preschoolers
Country : India
Authors : Deepika Rajawat
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Abstract: When a child is born s/he is like a plain paper. It's what we write on the paper that shapes his/her future. So it's totally on us- parents, teachers and environment to mould the child into a better person and a holistic one. The children between the age group 3-6 yrs are too small and it is our responsibility to expose these children to a safe, loving and caring environment. An environment which provides enough opportunities to them for their social and emotional development which would help them in attaining a balanced personality in future. In today's world the electronic media is something which is unavoidable by any age group of children. It has become a part and parcel of our life.............

KEY WORDS: Cartoon, Electronic media, Preschoolers, Social and emotional development, tenets

[1] Rideout, Victoria J., Vandewater, Elizabeth A., Wartella, & Ellen, A. (2003). Zero to Six: Electronic Media in the Lives of Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers. CA: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Menlo Park, CA.

[2] Hurlock, E.B. (1981). Developmental psychology- A Life Span Approach. New Delhi: Tata Mc Graw Hill.

[3] Aggarwal, J.C. (2005). Child Development and Processing of Learning. Delhi: Shipra Publications.

[4] Deutsch, F. (1974). Observational and Sociometric Measures of Peer Popularity and Their Relationship of Egocentric Communication in Female Preschoolers. Developmental Psychology 10(5), 745-47.

[5] Wilson, B., & Cantor, J. (1985). Developmental Differences in Empathy with a Television Protagonist's Fear. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 39(2), 284-99

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Social Institution of Economy in the Fiction of Bhabani Bhattacharya
Country :  
Authors : Dr. Kangabam Chanu Lembisana
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Abstract: Economy includes the national economy and the economy of an individual as well. Economic institutions are part of the life of the people in a society, and it is the economy of the individual which determines the growth of a society. Economic institutions play a significant part in the progress of an individual and a society as well, and economic institutions are manifold. Feudalism, industrialism, business, property etc. are the major economic institutions in any society. J.L.Gillin and J.P.Gillin contend that "Economic institutions are not of a separate and independent nature..............

[1] Gillin, J.L., and J.P. Gillin. Cultural Sociology( New York: Macmillan, 1948) ,p.374.
[2] Bhattacharya, Bhabani. So Many Hungers (New Delhi: Orient, 1978), pp .39-40.
[3] Ibid.,p.201.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Curriculum Implementation In Improving Graduates Quality At Islamic Boarding School Ar-Raudlatul Hasanah Medan North Sumatra
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Nurmayani
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Abstract: This study aims to determine the strategy of professional improvement of teachers in improving the quality of graduates, to determine the curriculum implementation of Islamic boarding school (Pesantren) Ar Raudhatul Hasanah in improving the quality of graduates, to obstacles encountered in the implementation of the curriculum and the efforts made to overcome them. This study used qualitative methods, its location in Pesantren Raudlatul Hasanah. Data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, and documentation. Management of data consists of data reduction, data display/presentation of data. Data analysis, the technique ensure the validity of research results...........

Key words :- Curriculum, Quality of graduates

[1] Amin, Haedari, H.Amin. 2007. Transformasi Pesantren, Jakarta: Media Nusantara.
[2] Amirullah. 2014. Pengantar Manajemen, Yogyakarta : Graha Ilmu.
[3] Baedhowi. 2007. Kebijakan Pengembangan Kurikulum, Makalah disajikan dalam Seminar Nasional KTSP, UNNES, Semarang, 15 Maret 2007.
[4] Burhan Bungin. 2008. Penelitian Kualitatif, Jakarta: Kencana Prenada Media Group.
[5] Chirzin, M. Habib. 1996. Tradisi Pesantren Masa Kini, Jakarta: Alfabeta, 1996.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Armed Conflict and Girl Child
Country : India
Authors : Rangili Brahma
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Abstract: The 21st century is not free from war and conflict. Conflict is one of the struggles which every country is facing. It affects the whole society and paralyzes the system of development .Girl child and women are one which faces tremendous amounts of challenges in the conflicting areas. Women are considered as most weak members of the human society. But half of the population of the world is constitute by women. Yet they are discriminated in all societies and violated of their rights and freedom. There are various rights given for her but still they are in the wake of discrimination.............

Keywords: Community, Conflict, Ethnic, Identity, Women.

[1]. Dyan mazurana and Khristopher Carlson1, "The girl child and armed conflict: Recognizing and addressing grave violations of girls' human rights".pp2
[2]. Third and Fourth Combined Periodic Report on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, 2011,MWCD, Government of India, pp39.
[3]. The Impact of Conflicts on women and girls in West and Central Africa and the UNICEF Response,pp2
[4]. UN Secretary Report to the Security Council on Women, Peace and Security, 2004

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Attitudes and Beliefs toward Mental Illness in Central Assam
Country : India
Authors : Indranee Phookan Borooah || Snigdha Ghosh
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Abstract: Stigma associated with mental illness is well recognized across the world. This study is carried out to assess the attitudes and beliefs toward mental illness in Central Assam. The sample was collected from two districts of Central Assam viz. Morigaon and Sonitpur districts. The size of the study sample was n = 480; equally distributed among males and females between the age groups 21 years to 40 years and 41 years to 60 years, according to rural and urban settings. A psychosis vignette was used for assessing attitudes and beliefs on three domains- acceptance, knowledge & exposure, and stigma & discrimination..........

Keywords: Acceptance, Attitudes, Beliefs, Discrimination, Exposure, Knowledge, Stigma.

[1] Angermeyer M.C. And Dietrich S. Public Beliefs About and Attitudes Toward Mental Illness. 2005 AntonyF. orm, Alias E. Korten, Patricia A. Jacomb, Helen Christensen, Scott Henderson (1999) Attitude Towards People With Mental Disorder Of The Australian Public And Health Professionals, 10.1186/1741-7015-3-12.
[2] Arkar H, Eker D. Effect of psychiatric labels on attitudes toward mental illness in a Turkish sample. Int J Soc Psychiatry. 1994;40:205-13.
[3] Dm Ndetei1, Li Khasakhala, V Mutiso, Aw Mbwayo,2010; Knowledge, Attitude And Practice(Kap) Of Mental Illness Among Staff In General Medical Facilities In Kenya: Practice And Policy Implications,Dilip Kumar, Pradeep Kumar, Amool Ranjan Singh, Samrat Singh Bhandari, 2011, Knowledge And Attitude wards Mental Illness Of Key Informants And General Population: A Comparative Study. Dysphrenia, Volume 3, issue 1.
[4] Esa Aromaa, Helsinki, Finland 2011, Attitudes Toward People With Mental Disorders In A General Population In Finland. National Institute For Health And Welfare (Thl).

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Impact Of Repackaging On Market Share: A Case Of Cadbury Nigeria Plc And Nestle Nigeria Plc
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Nto, Chioma
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Abstract: Customers judge a product by its package before buying. It is logical to say that attractive packaging is crucial to get the first time buyers to buy (Soroka, 2002 and Diana 2005). Packaging and repackaging of products help to eliminate adulteration of products from the market. This study critically evaluated the impact of repackaging on the market share volume of beverage companies in Nigeria. The hypothesis of the study was stated in null form that re-packaging activities do not have significant impact on market share expansion of companies. The study sample consisted of Cadbury Nigeria Plc and Nestle Nigeria Plc which are the two major contending firms that trade on the floor of the Nigeria stock exchange market............

Keywords: Repackaging, Market-share-volume, Cadbury and Nestle Nigeria Plc

[1] Diana Twede (2005). "The Origins of Paper Based Packaging". Conference on Historical Marketing.
[2] Drucker, P.F., 1985. Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford.
[3] Gurhan, G., Gunduz U., Kemal Kilic, & Lutfihak Alpkanb (2013). Effects of innovation types on firm performance.Investopedia(2016):MarketShareDefinition;
[4] Kotler, P., 1991. Principles of Marketing. Prentice Hall, NJ. Lages L.F., Montgomery M.B. (2004). "Export performance as an antecedent of export commitment and marketing strategy adaptation: Evidence from small and medium-sized exporters", European Journal of Marketing, 38,( 9), 1186–1214.
[5] Lewis, M. (1991), Understanding Brands, Kogan Page, London.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Le SIRH : Tableau de bord RH comme outil de pilotage et de prise de décisions
Country : Maroc
Authors : Chaali Kaoutar || Bentahar Mohammed
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Abstract: The human resources represent for any company its main assets, therefore the human resources management is an index of the its performance. Considering that the functions of the human resources management are administrative processes of which, the quality can be analyzed, estimated and therefore improved. the use of data processing seems a compulsory and The creation of a dashboard of the human resources will allow the head manager, thanks to precise information of the company situation, to contribute more actively to the resolution of the major problems and to the permanent improvement of the company efficiency, thus to its economic success..............

Keywords: The human resources information system- dashboard Human Resources- management tool- human Resources.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Deconstructing Neo-Functionalism In The Quest For a Paradigm Shift In african Integration: Post-Neo-Functionalism and The Prognostication of The Proposed Continental Free Trade area In africa
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Jude C. Okafor, Ph.D || BL Ernest Toochi Aniche, Ph.D
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Abstract: Historically, integration in Africa preceded European colonialism and as well predated European integration. But in the scramble for Africa, the continent was partitioned into specific spheres of influence in the Berlin Conference (1884-1885) among the various European powers. This partitioning has continued to haunt Africa many years after colonialism, reinforcing the fragmentation of African economies. The shadow of the Conference is still with us such that after over a century of pan-Africanism and five decades of modern integration in Africa, African economies remain decimated. Yet all the hitherto existing theories of integration such as functionalism, neo-functionalism.............

Keywords: Continentalism, continental free trade area, regional integration, neo-functionalism, neo-neo-functionalism, post-neo-functionalism, and Africa

[1] Africa Trade Forum, June, 2012 - African Trade Policy Centre United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Can Africa Trade itself out of Poverty.
[2] Ake, C. (1981). A Political Economy of Africa. Ibadan: Longman Nigeria.

[3] Alcala, F. and Ciccone, A. (2004). Trade and Productivity. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 119 (2): 613-646.
[4] Aniche, E.T. (2014). Problematising Neo-functionalism in the Search for a New Theory of African Integration: The Case of the Proposed Tripartite Free Trade Area (T-FTA) in Africa. Developing Country Studies, 4 (20): 128-142.
[5] Aniche, E.T. (2015). The 'Calculus' of Integration or Differentiation in Africa: Post-neo-functionalism and the Future of African Regional Economic Communities (RECs). International Affairs and Global Strategy, 36: 41-52.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Need for a Clear Legal and Contextual Framework to Distinguish Between the Crime of Genocide and the Crimes Against Humanity in Modern International Criminal Law
Country : United Kingdom
Authors : SaadatuSalisuMatori || AbubakarBukar Kagu
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Abstract: Since the Nuremberg trials of the 1940s, there has been an expansion of the list of crimes recognized under international law.1While crimes such as genocide and the crime against humanity were provided for under international Charters, most of their contextualisation came through various court interpretation of international customary law.2 What became obvious and somewhat complex to most scholars and commentators is the overlap between crimes against humanity and those considered as genocide. Espousing on the nature of this overlap, Fenrick states, "just as genocide has become the offense which represents............

Keywords: Conflict, Court, Crime, Genocide, Humanity, International, Violation, Law.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Abuse Against School Girls as a Predictor of their Psychosocial Wellbeing in Western Oromiya Regional State, Ethiopia
Country : India
Authors : Melkamu Afeta Gonfa || M.V.R.Raju
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Abstract: The present study main purpose was to examine abuse against school girls as a predictor of their psychosocial wellbeing in the Western Parts of Oromiya Regional State, Ethiopia. Cross-sectional research study design was employed to collect the quantitative data from the target population. 592 female students were selected from upper primary schools (grade 5 to 8) of the East Wallagga and Horro Guduru Wallagga zones through purposive and simple random sampling techniques. Participants' age category ranges from 10 to 19 years of age. ISPCAN Child Abuse Screening Tool.............

Keywords: Prevalence, Child abuse, Violence and Psychosocial Wellbeing

[1]. World Report on Violence and Health (2002). Child Abuse and Neglect by Parents and Other Care Givers.
[2]. Mahider, B. (2008).Child Abuse and Neglect: An Alternative policy Solutions in Ethiopia: Ethiopian Social Policy reader V.1., Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa.
[3]. Save the Children UNICEF and Ministry of Women and Child Development Government of India (2007). Study on Child Abuse: India 2007, New Delhi.
[4]. World Health Organization (2002).Child Abuse and Neglect: Injury-prevention.
[5]. Child Welfare Information Gateway (2004). Protecting Children and Strengthening Families: A bulletin for Professionals (2004), Risk and Protective Factors for Child Abuse and Neglect

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Tourism Destination Marketing Using Facebook As A Promotional Tool
Country : India
Authors : Shahnoor Rahman
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Abstract: Facebook is a social network for connecting people with those around them – friends, family, coworkers, or simply others with similar interests. Among the varied social media platforms, Facebook deserves a special mention with regard to promotion of a tourism destination. Facebook offers travel brands the ability to identify prospective travellers, communicate directly with users, engage with advocates and create branded experiences through advertisements and custom-developed Facebook applications. Facebook will also serve as a consumer market research tool for destinations to gather user insights.............

Keywords: Facebook, tourism, destination marketing.

[1]. Boyd, D., & Ellison, N. (2008). Social network sites: Definition, history, and scholarship. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 210–230.
[2]. Buhalis, D., & Law, R. (2008). Progress in information technology and tourism management: 20 years on and 10 years after the internet – the state of eTourism research. Tourism Management, 29, 607–623.
[3]. Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala, 2013
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[5]. Forrester, Forrester Research Interactive Marketing Forecast By Industry, 2012 to 2017 (US)

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Virtual Tourism and Its Prospects for Assam
Country : Kenya
Authors : Shahnoor Rahman || Dr. Amalesh Bhowal
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Abstract: Having been exposed to several tourism products and destinations, experienced, sophisticated and demanding travellers rely greatly on electronic media to obtain information about destinations, as well as to be able to communicate their needs and wishes to suppliers rapidly. The term Virtual reality is used to describe systems that attempt to replace much or all of the user's experience of the physical world with synthesised 3D material such as figures and sound. With Virtual reality, the user finds himself in the same dimension as and is immersed within the data.............

[1] Gretzel, U. and D.R. Fesenmaier (2003) Searching for the future: white paper on technology and change in destination marketing, National Laboratory for Tourism & Cho, Y., Wang, Y. & Fesenmaier, D. R. (2003). Searching for Experiences - The Web- Based Virtual Tour in Tourism Marketing. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing eCommerce, Philadelphia, PA
[2] Schroeder, Ralph (1996). Possible Worlds: The Social Dynamic of Virtual Reality Technology. Westview Press, Inc., Boulder, CO, USA.
[3] Boulos, M. N. K., Hetherington, L., & Wheeler, S. (2007). Second Life: an overview of the potential of 3-D virtual worlds in medical and health education. Health Information & Libraries Journal, 24(4), 233-245. doi: 10.1111/j.1471- 1842.2007.00733.x
[4] Novak, T. P. (2009). Quality of Virtual Life (QOVL). Draft of chapter to appear in "Transformative Consumer Research for Personal and Collective Well Being: Reviews and Frontiers, Mick, D., Pettigrew, S., Pechmann C., and Ozanne, J. Eds.
[5] Steventon, S., & Wright, A. (2006). "Intelligent Spaces. The Application of Pervasive ICT". Berlin: Springer. 12(4), 1-17.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Talaq (Divorce) Procedure in the Provisions of Muslim Family and Inheritance Law of Patani Province, Southern Thailand
Country : Malaysia
Authors : Mahyidin Hamat || Zuliza Mohd Kusrin || Ezad Azraai Jamsari || Md Yazid Ahmad || Noorsafuan Che Noh
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Abstract: This research discusses the implementation procedure of Muslim marriage dissolution in Patani Province of Southern Thailand, specifically execution of talaq (divorce) in Southern Thailand. In the year 1943, the Muslim Family and Inheritance Law in Thailand in force was repealed, and a newly legislated law could not take effect. Muslim law was re-adopted under a new act passed in the year 1946. This research begins from the implementation of marriage dissolution without a Shariah Court in Southern Thailand. Thus, this research examines the concept of marriage dissolution according to Shariah and analyses its implementation in Patani Province, Southern Thailand. The research methodology is analysis of Thai laws and Shariah relating to marriage dissolution.

Keywords: Talaq, Divorce, Patani Province, Southern Thailand

[1] Ahmad Omar Chapakia. 2010. Prosedur Talaq di Bawah Peruntukan Undang-undang Keluarga dan Pusaka Islam Wilayah Patani [Talaq Procedure under the Patani Muslim Family and Inheritance Law] (UUKDPI). 28 August.
[2] al-'Azim Abadi, Shams al-Haqq. 1990. 'Awn al-Ma'bud Sharh Sunan Abi Dawud. Vol. 5-6, Beirut: Dar al-Kutub al-Ilmiyyah .
[3] Ali, Maulana Muhammad. n.d. The Religion. New Delhi: S. Chand and Co.
[4] Ghaanim, Saalih. 1983. Marriage breakdown: Comparative view. IIUM Law Journal 1(1): 55-60.
[5] Ibn Hazm, Abu Muhammad 'Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Sa'id. 1970. al-Muhalla. Cairo: Mustafa al-Babi al-Halabi.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Health and Nutritional Status among Pet Owners and Non-Pet Owners in Kuala Lumpur
Country : Malaysia
Authors : Lee Wen Li || HayatiMohd Yusof || NorSalihah Zakaria || Asma' Ali
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Abstract: The study investigated the effect of pet ownership on the nutritional status and perceived health status among adults. This study involved 160 adult respondents (80 pet owners, 80 non-pet owners) recruited in Kuala Lumpur. Respondents completed Lexington-Pet Attachment to Pet Scale (only for pet owners), Short-Form Health Survey-12 (SF-12) and Perceived Stress Scale. The results indicate that body mass index, perceived physical health, perceived mental health, and perceived stress among pet owners were not significantly different than non-pet owners............

Keywords: Pet ownership, nutritional status, perceived physical health status, perceived mental health status, pet attachment level

[1] World Health Organization, Global Status Report on Non-communicable Diseases 2010,Geneva: World Health Organization, 2011.
[2] N. Sartorius, The meanings of health and its promotion, Croatian Medical Journal 47(4), 2006, 662–664.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Biodiversity of City Dumpsites: What Future for the Environment?
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Oka Peter Onen || Bassey John Bassey
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Abstract: The value and volume of dumpsites in growing population attracts biodiversity, with little interest on its impact on the future of the society. This study ascertained the animal communities along dumpsites in Calabar Metropolis, assessed the interaction between community members and highlighted the environmental implication. Participatory Appraisal (PA), Focal Species Approach (FSA) and field observations enhanced the collection of inventories for the study. Forty animal species formed the baseline data on three dumpsites among the three major ethnic settlements in the Metropolis...........

Keywords: Biodiversity, Dumpsites, Health impact sphere, Calabar Metropolis.

[1] Pickering, K. T. and Owen, L. A. (1995) An introduction to global environmental issues, London, Butler & Tanner Ltd.
[2] Oka, P. O., Majuk, S. M. and Eni, D. I. (2016) The unnoticed benefits of city dumpsites in Cross River tate, Nigeria. Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol 6 (6) 13 – 19.
[3] Haines-Young, R. and Potschin, M. (2009). The link between biodiversity, ecosystem services and human well-being, Centre for Environmental Management. School of Geography, University of Nottingham, Chapter 6, page 1.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : New Testament Words and Quotations in the Book of Mormon
Country : United States
Authors : Terrence L. Chambers, Ph.D.
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Abstract: This paper identifies 441 phrases that are seven words long or longer, that are common to the Book of Mormon and the New Testament, but that are not found in the Old Testament. These phrases are proposed as candidate quotations of the New Testament by the Book of Mormon. This is important because the presence of any New Testament material in the Book of Mormon would seem to be inherently anachronistic and therefore potentially problematic for those who accept the Book of Mormon as a religious text. This study defines three categories of New Testament quotations in the Book of Mormon............

Keywords: Book of Mormon, New Testament, Anachronisms, Authorship, Historicity

[1] Coleman, Gary. 2012. "Come Unto Christ Through the Book of Mormon." Devotional address delivered at Brigham Young University-Idaho, Rexburg, Idaho, September 18, 2012.
[2] Räisänen, Heikki. 2010. "Joseph Smith as a Creative Interpreter of the Bible." Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 43, no. 2: 64 – 85.
[3] Matthews, Robert J. 2006. "Joseph Smith and the New Testament." In How the New Testament Came to Be: The Thirty-fifth Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium, edited by Kent P. Jackson and Frank F. Judd Jr., 304 – 321. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book.
[4] Lutes, Lyndell and Kenneth Lutes. 1999. Words of Christ Restored for the Last Days. Midway: Lutes International.
[5] Largey, Dennis. 1987. "The Book of Mormon, an Interpretive Guide to the New Testament." In The New Testament and the Latter-Day Saints: Proceedings of the Sperry Symposium. Orem: Randall Book.