International Journal of Research in Social Sciences & Humanities

International Peer Reviewed (Refereed), Open Access Research Journal

E-ISSN : 2249 - 4642 | P-ISSN: 2454 - 4671

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Past Issue : Volume: 3 Issue: 4 2013

Research Article S.R. No: 1

 Page no: 001-007

A CRITICAL REVIEW ON LEARNING TO SELF-ASSESS ORAL PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH: A LONGITUDINAL CASE STUDY, BY YUH-MEI CHEN, (2008)

Fatimah Almutrafi

This paper reviews a journal article entitled Learning to self-assess oral performance in English: a longitudinal case study, by Yuh-Mei Chen (2008)1. The article is published in ...

Research Article S.R. No: 2

 Page no: 008-012

TO KNOW ABOUT THE NATURE OF THE CO-RELATION OF AUDITORY ACTIVITIES SENSORY PREFERENCE AND GENDER OF MALE/ FEMALE TEACHERS AND TO FIND OUT IT THROUGH C...

AVNESH

For achieving the objectives the hypothesis and its testing is done by collecting the samples and their analysis and the received results is presented in this paper is divided into...

Research Article S.R. No: 3

 Page no: 013-017

STUDY ON LEVELS OF THEORY: GRAND TO GROUNDED

NEERU SALARIA

Theories tied to observation and meant to apply in a particular area of application are called “grounded” by Glaser and Strauss (1967). In their study of the awareness of deat...

Research Article S.R. No: 4

 Page no: 018-022

STUDY ON SOURCES OF THEORY IN INFORMATION SEEKING

NEERU SALARIA

Many of the studies of individual use of information retrieval systems (e.g., Daniels, 1986) and libraries (Mellon, 1986) assume a psychological (or cognitive) perspective, whether...

Research Article S.R. No: 5

 Page no: 023-028

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION VIS-A-VIS AN ECOLOGICALLY BALANCED AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS: AN INDIAN EXEMPLAR OF GREEN INDIA

TOWSEEF AHMAD Legum Magister (LL.M), Legum Doctor Scholar (LL.D Scholar)

The excessive passion for industrialization, urbanization, modernization and technological advancements has become manifest at the peril of the environment which has led to the ove...

Research Article S.R. No: 6

 Page no: 029-033

IDENTIFICATION OF FOOD SECURITY IN RAWAL-PINDI

Muhammad Abo ul Hassan Rashid

Food Security means that all people at all times have physical & economic access to adequate amount of nutritious, safe, and culturally appropriate foods, which are produced in an ...

Research Article S.R. No: 7

 Page no: 034-039

ZAKAT IS A SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL SAFETY NET IN THE DETERMINATION OF FOOD SECURITY: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY IN RAWALPINDI

Muhammad Abo ul Hassan Rashid

In a word where food production is sufficient to feed, everyone, more than 850 million people live in condition undernourishment, hunger, or starvation. Much of the people lie in c...

Research Article S.R. No: 8

 Page no: 040-047

ROLE OF NGO'S IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF CAPABILITIES AND WELFARE OF MASSES, A STUDY IN DISTRICT RAWALPINDI

Muhammad Abo ul Hassan Rashid

Different types of organizations are working in the private sector to make use of the resources. These organizations are known as non government organizations (NGO). Before World W...

Research Article S.R. No: 9

 Page no: 048-055

AN INQUIRY INTO THE PROBLEM OF ILLEGAL MIGRATION FROM BANGLADESH AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SECURITY OF INDIA

Bedanta Kr. Dutta

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Research Article S.R. No: 10

 Page no: 056-065

MIND IN NYĀYA VAIŚEṢIKA WITH A COMPARISON TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI)

Vandana Upadhyay

In Indian knowledge tradition, much debate has been made on mind. Here, mind is addressed as ‘manas’, and is kept under the category of internal sense organ. It has been consid...

Research Article S.R. No: 11

 Page no: 066-077

CULTURAL GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT UPON INDIA

Harikrishnan G HSST V.T.M.N.S.S.H.S.S

Globalization means removing of boundaries and barriers for rapid exchange of ideas, resources and knowledge between various countries. This article deals with the growth of globa...

Research Article S.R. No: 12

 Page no: 078-083

A STUDY ON EXCLUSION AND INCLUSION OF DALITS IN EDUCATION

Charanjeet Kaur

In India, few systematic studies have been undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of financing of education in mitigating inequalities in educational opportunity. The study made ...

Research Article S.R. No: 13

 Page no: 084-091

A STUDY ON HISTORICAL FICTION AS DESCRIBED IN SALMAN RUSHDIE'S NOVELS

Jagdish Chander

Post-colonial historiography and historical fiction have come to share common concerns about representation with post-modem historic-graphic met fiction where story telling along w...

Research Article S.R. No: 14

 Page no: 092-095

CONTRIBUTIONS OF MANAGEMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE TO ORGANIZATION LEARNING

Mr Sudhir Kumar Singh

This paper takes a look at the impact that management theory and how the basic functions and practice of management as well as the role of the manager and approaches to management ...

Research Article S.R. No: 15

 Page no: 096-102

SERVICES OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FOR WOMEN AND GENDER INEQUALITY

Mrs Jyotsana

In India gender inequality limited access to healthcare facilities and economic resources are greatly facilitating the spread of reproductive tract infections and sexually transmit...

Research Article S.R. No: 16

 Page no: 103-106

MODERN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AND THE ON-LINE CLASSROOM IN EDUCATION

Mrs. Sonia

In this paper I discuss the way modern communication technologies reshape the process of distance education. I also look at the challenges that the new era brings for the educators...

Research Article S.R. No: 17

 Page no: 107-111

A RESEARCH AGENDA FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE SCHOOLS: PAST AND PRESENT

Mr Brijesh Kumar Singh Patel

Computers and related technologies are now in almost every school across the nation. State reform efforts include the integration of technology in curriculum standards and sometime...

Research Article S.R. No: 18

 Page no: 112-120

WOMEN IN INFORMAL SECTOR (A SOCIOLOGICAL INQUIRY)

Preeti Sansiya

Woman constitute half of the world population, do two thirds of the worlds income and own less than a hundredth of the world’s property. In India 90% of woman are employed in i...

Research Article S.R. No: 19

 Page no: 121-126

REALISM WITH REFERENCE TO THEATRE IN GURUCHARAN DAS’S LORINS SAHIB

Dr. Dhananjay Kumar Singh

Realism is a relative and evaluative term, a mode of representation in literature which aims at portraying life as it is. It emphasizes objectivity in the representation of plot an...

Research Article S.R. No: 20

 Page no: 127-133

RECOGNIZABLE IMAGES OF ‘DARK INDIA’: ORIENTALISM AND ADIGA’S THE WHITE TIGER

Dr Deepak Upadhyay

Orientalism is a much discussed and debated term in postcolonial studies. It has acquired many shades of meaning through centuries. Starting off as a scholarly discipli...

Research Article S.R. No: 21

 Page no: 134-138

PROTECTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN INDIA

Dr Seema Yadav

The problems of child maltreatment, domestic violence and elder abuse have generated hundreds of separate interventions in social services, health &law enforcement arrangements. Th...

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