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

December. 2018 Volume 23 - Issue 12

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Preparing For Career in Adolescence
Country : India
Authors : Dr Kshetrimayum Bimolata Devi
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Abstract: The concept of a career or choice of occupation begins right from the time children indulge in pretend play as a doctor, teacher and other professionals they see around them. Often children find themselves answering questions as to what they want to become when they are older. Although this process starts early, actual planning and decision making start in adolescence, the period between 13 and 18 years. It is a key developmental period characterized by several biological and psychological changes and requires the successful resolution of specific tasks like identity achievement. It is a stage where they struggle to find a balance between obedience and independence. Along........ .

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Back Ground Nature andDynamics of Civil Service in Pre-Colonial Period in Sri Lanka(Special Reference to Period from 1801 to 1946)
Country : India
Authors : K.B.G.S.K.Gamalth
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Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is to explore how and what factors were caused to emerged and evolution of Ceylon Civil Service (CSS) under the colonial administration. Sri Lanka is one of the colonized country in the Asia which have colonial administration under the three European nations. There was a public service or civil service has been performed by the three European nations but formal civil service was established by the British colonial administration. Pre- colonial experience of the local administration of the Island was highly feudal one under the King domain period. Kandyan Kingdom was last administration of the Kingship and governance system I n the country. In 1796 British encroached the law country side and they could succeeded the entire country in.........

 

Key words: Colonial Administration, Ceylon Civil Service, Un-familiarization of the service, Civil Service Reforms, Political Patronage

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[4]. Carrington to Maitland, 5 October 1805, CO 54, 18.
[5]. Dickman,C, C. Ceylon Civil Service Manual, 1865, Colombo, 186.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Jungal Balahu, the Legendary Hero of the Tiwas: A Historical Study through Oral Tradition
Country : India
Authors : Dr. Himangsu Sarmah
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Abstract: Oral history or oral tradition has a great role to play as source in the rewriting of history. To study regional or local history one cannot always find specific written record or some archeological data. Over the years, a lot of attention has been given to the study of folklore as an academic discipline and oral traditions have served as the index for critical inquiry of historical records as well as source materials where such records are missing. The Tiwas or Lalungs are a scheduled plain tribe of Assam. The Tiwas mostly inhabit the areas of central Assam namely, Nagaon and Morigaon and also some areas of Dhemaji, Jorhat, Sonapur, and the hilly areas of Karbi-Anglong district. The Tiwas have a varied and colourful history. The Tiwas did not get due attention from the historians due to the lack of documentations and source materials that could be used as written records. The past of the Tiwas mostly survives in the form of oral traditions and legends. JungalBalahu, a powerful king of the Tiwas, is the symbol of cultural pride and glory. He had his capital first at Khala and thereafter at Sahari. Due to the lack of research,........

 

Key words; JungalBalahu, Tiwa, oral history, legends

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Cultural Milieu, Situation and Attitude Represented in Modern American Drama
Country : India
Authors : Sunil N. Wathore
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Abstract: As a reflector of the American scene, Death of a Salesman is not a unique case. A close look at American drama after Eugene O‟Neill reveals that the plots and the dramatis personae of representative plays show a similar relationship to the milieu. As Miller deals with the "little man‟ in American society, so Tennessee Williams explores the mind of the Southerner caught between an idyllic past and an undesirable present. Thornton Wilder dramatizes the ideals of small-town American and Edward Albee satirizes the middle-class suburbanite in the affluent sixties.........

 

Keywords: Cultural Milieu, Situation, Attitude, Heritage of Western Culture, Plot-pattern and Character-typesand American Drama

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Parsee Community of Kolkata – A Case Study on Social Geography
Country : India
Authors : Dipanwita Das
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Abstract: The research paper focuses on the Parsee community, which is a religious and ethnic minority in Kolkata Metropolitan City. It is a migrant community and has migrated from Parsia (now Greater Iran) to the coast of Gujrat in Western India, to avoid religious persecution by the Arabs, during the 8th and 10th centuries. Now the Parsees are India‟s smallest minority living mostly on the west coast (mainly in the old Bombay Presidency) of India. They had scattered all over the state. Specially in Kolkata, Hydrabad, Pune, Bangalore etc. After the rising of the British Power in India, progress of Parsee Community was increasing gradually. They moved from their traditional roles to participate increasingly......

 

Keywords: Parsee, Religious Organisations, Parsee Club, Ethnic Minority, Migrant

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Trends of Rainfall and Temperature in the Past 45 Years From 1971 to 2018 As Evidence of Climate Change in Lake 94 Baringo County, Kenya
Country : Kenya
Authors : Otieno Caroline Marygorety Akinyi || Dr. Hamidu A. Shungu(PhD) || Dr. Reguli B. Mushy(PhD)
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Abstract: Climate change is the catch-all term for the shift in worldwide weather phenomena associated with an increase in global average temperature. The study sought to examine the trends of rainfall and temperatures in the past 45 years from 1971 to 2018 as evidence of climate change in Lake 94 Baringo County, Kenya since the Ilchamus community have been exposed to effects of climate change both on terrestrial and aquatic environments to a great magnitude that has alleviated socio-economic and environment concerns. The study used descriptive design, adopting purposive sampling to carry out case study and focus group discussion. Key finding was the formation of Lake 94 in 1994 and frequent drought followed by flooding. The Ilchamus community should be trained on disaster management..

 

Keywords: climate change, terrestrial, aquatic, environment, disaster management, Lake 94

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Structures Employed in Kamuratanet in Implementing its Social Behaviour Curriculum among the Kalenjin in Kenya
Country : Kenya
Authors : Dr. Charles J. Chemitei
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Abstract: African cultural practices and traditions provided individuals with socially mediated contexts of behaviour adaptation and learning. With Westernization most children today have few structures to learn social self-regulating. The role of cultural structures, such as Circumcision (Kamuratanet in Kalenjin) was explored for its potential educational value and how it provided initiates with contexts for self-regulating behaviour management. The main purpose of this study was to carry out a qualitative research into Kamuratanet as an Educational self-regulating social mechanism of behaviour management among the Kalenjin. The specific objective of the study was to describe the structures employed in Kamuratanet in implementing its social behaviour curriculum. The theoretical........ .

 

Keywords: Keywords: Kamuratanet, Social Behaviour, Management, Yatitaet, Education.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Strategies for the Acceptability of Islamic Micro Finance Institutions in Nigeria
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Surajo Musa Yakubu || Muhammad Aminu Haruna || Ahmed Ibrahim Mohammed
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Abstract: The aim of this conceptual paper is to highlights about the strategies use for the acceptability of Islamic microfinance institutions in northern Nigeria. The objectives of the paper are to discuss the acceptability and strategies of Islamic microfinance and its challenges in Nigerian banking industry. In particular, as this article will demonstrate and provide politically and economically marginalized consumers with an alternative public space or sphere in which to articulate issues pertinent to their social lives, political, and economic realities..

 

Keywords: Strategies, acceptance, Islamic microfinance banks, Nigeria

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Investigating the Model for Non-native EFL Teachers'Education Program:the Case of Selected Primary teacher Education Colleges in SNNPR
Country :  
Authors : Hailu Wubshet
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Abstract: The objectives of this study was to investigate the model currently at work for preparing primary school EFL teachers and the knowledge base that can respond to teachers‟ pedagogical skills in teaching English at primary school. Case study was employed. Document analysis, questionnaire, and in-depth interview were used as instruments. The study found out that the current pre-service teacher education program failed to equip the candidates on the skills of adapting a foreign language teaching materials because less attention is given to content knowledge courses. The program failed to keep balance among the knowledge bases proposed by Day (1991)..

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Development of Teaching Materials on Climate Change R.B. Bunnett Model For High Schools In Fiji
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Ravinesh Rohit Prasad || Prof. Dr. Sugeng Utaya || Drs. I Komang Astina
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Abstract: This study aims at the development of teaching materials for fifth form Geography students of high schools in Fiji. Teaching materials were developed due to the lack of appropriate teaching materials especially on Climate change. The materials available were not suitable enough to be used for teaching. The design of this study is Research and Development (R & D) with the adaptation of the development proposed by Borg and Gall which covers needs analysis, material development, expert and teacher validation, revision, try out, final revision and the final product. The subjects of the study were ten students of the fifth form of Nukuloa College in Ba, Fiji. This........

 

Keywords: development, teaching materials, climate change, learning process, geography text book model

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Students' Perception and Practice of One-to-Five Cooperative Grouping in Learning English Language: Borana Zone Preparatory Schools in Focus
Country : Ethiopia
Authors : Mulu Geta Gencha || Elias Womaego || Taye G/mariam || .Hussein Ebrahim Adem
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Abstract: This study was aimed at exploring students‟ perception and practice on one-to-five cooperative grouping to enhance positive interdependence and sense of working together for a common goal and caring about each other‟s learning.Two hundred and eighty students from three schools in Borana zone, Oromia Regional State, Bulle Hora, Fincha‟a, Yabelo and Malka Sodda.The data were collected using questionnaire, interview and Focus Group Discussion (FGD). Close-ended questionnaire was analysed using SPSS version 19 whereas interview and FGD‟s qualitative data were analysed thematically. The results revealed that students have positive perception towards the grouping‟s benefits for getting knowledge, changing their life, improving education quality and relationship among them, making them competent and avoiding fear. However, it seems that the students did not have.........

 

Key words: Cooperative Leaning, One-to-five-grouping/networking, perception, Preparatory students‟, and practice.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Monkey Pox and Destabilization of Community Life in Nigeria: Implication for Social Work Practice
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Henry T. Ajibo || Christy N. Obi-keguna || Paulinus J. Ugwuoke
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Abstract: Monkey pox epidemic in Nigeria was greeted with fear as Social workers and other health experts were faced with differing health and socio-economic challenges emanating from the epidemic. The government was not poised to confront the outbreak on the onset, which resulted to panic, mystification and destabilization of community life/activities. The dominant reliance of this paper is to have an overview of Monkey pox outbreak in Nigeria and the place of social work practice intervention. The study used descriptive research design and thus, secondary data was employed. Participant observational method was also deployed in data collection. The result of the study showed that the outbreak of Monkey pox in Nigeria was characterized by panic and destabilization of socio-religious, economic and educational activities. The study also depicts that panic and perplexity that characterized..........

 

Key words: Monkeypox, Destabilization, Community life, Social Work, Nigeria

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