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

June - 2018 Volume 23 - Issue 6

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Criminal Settlement Analysis In The Level of Investigation Through Restorative Justice Approach
Country : India
Authors : Muhammad Yusuf M
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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine and analyze the settlement of criminal cases at the investigation stage through restorative judicial approach, and to examine and analyze the obstacles encountered by investigators in the settlement of criminal cases at the stage of investigation through restorativejustice approach. The research method used is normative approach method, that is the study of legal principles, legal synchronization, and legal system.

 

Key Words: Criminal, Settlement, Restorative Justice

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[2]. Achmad Ali, 2002. Menguak Tabir Hukum: Suatu Kajian Filosofis dan Sosiologis, Cetakan ke-2, Gunung Agung,Jakarta.
[3]. Agus Andrianto, 2012. Strategi Penerapan Prinsip Restoratif Justice Guna Meningkatkan Pelayanan Prima Dalam Rangka Terwujudnya Kepercayaan Masyarakat, Pendidikan SESPIMTI Dikreg ke-20, Mabes Polri.
[4]. Adami Chazawi, 2010, Pelajaran Hukum Pidana Bagian 1, Raja Grafindo Persada. Jakarta.
[5]. Abdul Mukthie Fadjar, 2013. Perjuangan untuk Sebuah Negara Hukum yang Bermartabat, dalam Tim


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Peo Nationalism Religius Symbol In Jawawawo Customary, Central Keo : Inspiration For The Development of Nationalism of Plural Religius Societies
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Yakobus Ndona || Rizal Mustanyir || Misnal Munir
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Abstract: Nationalism is still a question of today's religious pluri nations. The clash between nationalism and religiousism, as well as the tendency of religious fanaticism, caused a crushing of the nationalist spirit of the nation. The indigenous peoples of Jawawawo, Keo Tengah, East Nusa Tenggara Province (NTT), Indonesia have a unique vision of nationalism that is monument in the Peo milestone. The study of the symbolism of the Peo and the various supporting elements shows an astonishing encounter between nationalism and religion. Nationalism in indigenous Jawawawo communities is a belief in the will, power and divine action, which integrate the lands and clans into one origin. The integration of the origins that bring the indigenous people of Jawawawo, who are different backgrounds and different religions on appreciation of the similarity of origin, eternity and love of the homeland. Jawawawo's nationalism gained ground and strength from religious. This model of religious nationalism can be an inspiration for the development of nationalism of today's religious countries.

 

Key Words: nationalism; religion; society; plural

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Factors Affecting The Development Of Human Resources In State Financial Management To Encourage The Good Governance In Indonesia (Case Study In Sidoarjo Regency of East Java-Indonesia)
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Rr Herini Siti Aisyah || Tatiek Sri Djatmiati || Nurbasuki || M Hadi Shubhan || Bambang Suheryadi || Abd Shomad
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Abstract: The survey results Audit Agency ( "BPK" ) showed that 76.77% of Human Resources personnel unit financial operators accounting background. Problems increase HR competencies of local finance manager is a very complex thing of recruitment problems, the budget also issue regulatory dynamics, on the other hand local governments are required to finance mengelolan accountably and transparently so that good governance can be realized. The problems in the region can not simply be understood by the central government is becoming increasingly difficult for local government; to be able to increase the competence of human resources. This resulted in low competence of officials of local government financial statements as well as the Corruption Perception Index score from various regions in Indonesia had not yet shown up............

 

Key Words: Governance, Human , Resources, Financial, Audit

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Skeletons and Ghosts of Political Violence: A Phenomenological Investigation into the Aetiology of violent Political Behaviours in Zaka
Country : Zimbabwe
Authors : Mushauri Prosper Kudzanai
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Abstract: Political violent behaviours characterize much of African politics and has psychologically caused diverse perturbations in the psychological stamina of the individual by posing debilitating effects such as trauma amongst other effects. It is in Zimbabwe and particularly in Zaka district that elections have been characterized by political violent behaviours hence this has prompted research to find a deep understanding of the phenomena of violent behaviours in Zaka district. The research used a qualitative approach to research, interviewing three respondents who are survivors of political violence in an ethical frame to have a deep insight of causes of political violence. Findings from this research revealed violent behaviours...........

 

Key Words: Behaviours, Foot-soldiers, Indoctrination, Phenomena, Political violence, Psychologically

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Climate Change and Forced Migration
Country :  
Authors : Dr. Pragnya Paramita Jena
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Abstract: A widespread view that is gaining ground is that climate related migration could evolve into a global crisis by displacing a large number of people from their homes and forcing them to run away. As early as 1990, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, 1990:20) warned that ―the greatest single impact of climate change could be on human migration‖ – with millions of people displaced by shoreline erosion, coastal flooding and severe drought. In addition, in 1992 IOM together with the Refugee Policy Group published a report on ―Migration and Environment‖ in which it is stated: ―Large numbers of people are moving as a result of environmental degradation that has increased dramatically in recent years. The number of such migrants could rise substantially as larger areas of the earth become uninhabitable as a result of climate change.‖ Migration caused by human action or natural hazards, or cyclical environmental factors, results in temporary or permanent dislocations of people. These displacements............

 

Key Words: nationalism; religion; society; plural

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[2]. Bates, Diane C. 2002. "Environmental Refugees? Classifying Human Migrations Caused by Environmental Change." Population and Environment 23 (5):465-77.
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[4]. Brown, O (2007): ―Climate Change and Forced Migration: Observations, Projections and Implications‖, Background paper for the 2007 Human Development Report.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Effect of continuous improvement on performance of public universities in Kenya
Country : Kenya
Authors : Kiptui Kandie || Ambrose Kemboi || Margaret A. Oloko
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Abstract: Continuous improvement (CI) plays a central role in contemporary management research. CI is a general term that acquired many of its attributes from quality initiatives such as TQM. Continuous improvement, customer focus and other related TQM practices lead organisations to fulfil customer needs and adapt to changes that provide improved OP, such as better employee attitudes and increased ability to learn and think creatively at the workplace. Quality initiatives from which CI is derived conceptualise the relationship between OL and OP in market orientation/ customer focus; continuous improvement; teamwork, employee empowerment and management. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of CI on OP of Kenyan Public Universities. The study used cross-sectional descriptive...........

 

Key Words: Continuous improvement, Total Quality Management, organisational performance

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Challenges experienced by women in Self-help Group in Tinderet Sub-County, Nandi county Kenya
Country : Kenya
Authors : BargoriaFinsonKiprop || KibetNgetich
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Abstract: The involvement of women in Self Help Groups (SHGs) has been encouraged on the grounds that it serves the welfare of its members through savings, investment, capacity building and loan services. Realizing this potential, governments and other stakeholders have promoted women engagement in SHGs with a view to enhance community development. Therefore keeping this in mind the study sought to examine challenges experienced by women in SHG's in Tinderet Sub-County. The study adopted a conceptual framework to illustrate the relationship between the variables. The study adopted descriptive Survey research design which was both quantitative and qualitative.........

 

Key Words: Self Help Groups, collateral, family disputes, loans and income levels.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Working Together To Foster Education Innovation - The Student Dimension In University Governance
Country : China
Authors : Kathy O'sullivan
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Abstract: A major challenge for both building and sustaining successful universities is considering how university governance can foster innovation, facilitating universities to be prominent players on a global higher education stage. A recent case study of a young Chinese university, Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), illustrates how drawing on the greatest resource at a university's disposal, namely, its students, is central to this endeavor, by allowing for a model of shared university governance to play a key role in stimulating education innovation. The path to education innovation is discussed, indicating the challenges and opportunities involved with university governance in an ever-changing Chinese societal context. At the same time, several dramatic changes have taken place in higher education globally, also impacting on China's higher education. Among the new developments.........

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Distributional Impacts of Policy Induced Prices on Household Welfare In Nigeria
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Richardson Kojo Edeme || Okafor Joan Chinonyelum
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Abstract: In the face of continuous rise in price of essential commodities arising from the 2015-2016 currency crises which led to the introduction of different policies to tame the ugly tide, this paper analyzes the distributional impacts of the resulting prices on household welfare using two rounds of household data and commodity prices generated from National Bureau of Statistics Using pre-crisis post crises information and adopting Deaton and Muellbauer (1980) and Friedman & Levinson (2002) framework, the study found that although every household suffered money illusion, poor households in the urban areas were worst hit by the financial crises because the poor rural households had alternative to produce food which assisted them to reduce the effects of the price increase..

 

Key Words: Household consumption, food price increase, inflation, household welfare.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Effect of Mastery Learning Strategy on Male And Female Students' Academic Achievement In Basic Technology In Edo State, Nigeria
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Dr. Iserameiya || Florence Ejodamen || Dr. Agbonghale
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Abstract: Unsatisfactory gender differences in science based subjects and the need to enhance their academic achievement prompted this study. It focused on the effect of mastery learning strategy on academic achievement of Male and Female students' in Basic Technology (BTE). The study has five purposes, five research questions guided the study and four null hypotheses formulated were tested at 0.05 level of significance. Quasi-Experimental design was adopted. The population was 3,170 (1,675 male & 1,495 female) JSS II students. A sample size of 78 (43 male, 35 female) JSS11 students from two selected schools participated in this study. Simple random sampling technique was used to select which of the schools will be experimental or control group. A 50-item multiple choice........

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Competitiveness Among Employees In The Workplace: The Influence of Conflict Handling Styles And Organisational Types
Country :  
Authors : Okoro Chinwendu Michael || Okonkwo Ejike Anthony || Eze Adaobi C. || Chigbo Chinwe || Nwandu Ikechukwue
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Abstract: Life generally is all about survival of the fittest, since we are in a competitive world. The present study investigated competitiveness among employees in the workplace: the influence of conflict handling styles and organisational types. Participants were 308, comprising 189 male and 119 female, employees sampled using purposive sampling technique. Two instruments; Hypercompetitive Attitude Scale by Ryckman, Hammer and Gold (1990) and Dutch Test for Conflict Handling by De Dreu, Evers, Beersma, Kluwer and Nauta (2001) were used for data collection. It was hypothesized that conflict handling styles and organizational types will not significantly influence employees' competitiveness. The results indicated that conflict handling styles and organizational types significantly influenced employees' competiveness. It was concluded that the unhealthy hyper-competitive behaviour of employees will threaten the peace and harmony among employees and the organisation in general..

 

Key Words: Competitiveness, Conflict Handling Styles, Organisational types, Employees.

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