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Scientific Cooperations Workshops on Social Sciences
Titanic Business Europe, 8-9 May, 2015

2015 Workshops Papers

IWAHS-2015, International Workshop on Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

1) Jokha Alharthi

Subject: The Representation of the Beloved’s Body in classical Arabic Poetry, pp. 1-10

College of Arts and Social Sciences- Arabic Department, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman

2) M.Sevtap Aytuğ

Subject: Character Design for the Players With the Professional Make-Up, pp. 11-15

Faculty of Art and Design, Head of Communication Design Department, Nişantasi University, Turkey

3) Syed Farooq Hasnat, Shehzadi Zamurrad Awan

Subject: Shanghai Cooperation as a Platform for Regional Understanding: Its Economic, Political and Security Potential, pp. 16-18

Political Science Department, Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), Pakistan

4) Daniela Cârstea

Subject: The Balinese Cokfight - a Psychoanalytical Investigation of Cultural Elaborations-, pp. 19-26

Faculty of Foreign languages and literatures, Department of English, University of Bucharest, Romania

5)Gabriela E. Dima

Subject: The Beginnings of Translations Into Romanian, pp. 27-35

Faculty of Letters, Department of Foreign Languages, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania

6) Mariam Saleem Farooqi

Subject: Sheikhupura Fort: A Forgotten Monument, pp. 36-45

Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan

7) Romana Medveďová

Subject: Human Trafficking of Slovak Roma for the Purpose of Forced Labor, pp. 46-54

Institute for Research in Social Communication, SAV, NGO People in need Slovakia, Slovakia

8) Cinla Seker

Subject: The Formal and Contextual Relation of Typographic and Visual Elements of Pj Harvey Album Covers, pp. 55-64

Buca Faculty of Education, Department of FineArtsEducation, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey

9) Yasemin Güniz Sertel

Subject: The Problem of Ideology: Class and Race Politics in Sticks and Bones, pp. 65-74

Faculty of Letters, The Department of American Culture and Literarture, Istanbul University, Turkey

10) Jiri Subrt

Subject: Homo Sociologicus Revisited: How Relevant Could Questions Be That Were Formulated Half a Century Ago?, pp. 75-90

Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

11) Qi Wang

Subject: Gender Knowledge: Power and the change of power constellation in feminism in post-socialist China, pp. 91-101

Department of Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

12) Eric Kun-chun Wong

Subject: What Does Matthew Want to Tell Us About the Baptism Narrative, pp. 102-113

Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

IWFBE-2015, International Workshop on Finance, Business, Economics, Marketting and Information Systems

13) Fauziah Sh. Ahmad, Ali Ihtiyar, Rosmini Omar

Subject: Conceptualizing Intercultural Communication Competency for Multicultural Retail Environment, pp. 114-124

International Business School, Universiti Teknologi Malysia, Malysia

14) Nawfal Bahha1, Wissal Hdidou2, Imane El Kartit1

Subject: Outsourcing of Logistics Functions : A Case Study Of A Moroccan Retailer, pp.125-139

1CRET-LOG, Aix-Marseille University, France
2ENCG Tangier, Abdelmalek Essaâdi University, France

15) Mariann Somosi, György Kocziszky

Subject: The Value Map of the Welfare Public Administration and the Model of its Measurability, pp. 140-146

Faculty of Economics, University of Miskolc, Hungary

16) Lamin .A. Elarbah

Subject: Foreign Direct Investments in Developing Countries, Libya during the Era 2000-2010, pp. 147-165

Turgut Ozal University, Turkey

17) Rosmini Omar, Azzah Hanim Suhairi, Fauziah Sh. Ahmad, Zulkefli A. Hassan

Subject: A Citizen-Innovators: What’s Beneath Quadruple Helix, pp. 166-176

International Business School, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

18) Rosmini Omar, Zulkefli A. Hassan

Subject: Blooming Leaders Among Equals: A Case Of Leadership Succession Planning In Malaysian Higher Education, pp. 177-187

International Business School, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

19) Changrae Park

Subject: The Stock Price Relevance of Accounting Information according to Business Cycle and Industrie, pp. 188-197

Department of Accounting, Gangneung-Wonju National University, South Korea

20) Esteban Lafuente1, László Szerb2

Subject: Competitiveness And Efficiency Analyses of The Hungarian Small Businesses, pp. 198-207

1Department of Management, UniversitatPolitècnica de Catalunya (Barcelona Tech), Spain
2Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Pécs, Hungary

21) Rajaa Taidi

Subject: Cost of Poor quality: Quality Management in Lean Manufacturing and the Effectiveness of the “Zero defects” Goal”, pp. 208-217

Abdelmalek Essaadi University - National School of Management, Morocco

22) Selime Sezgin1, Petek Tosun2, Can Pamir2

Subject: MARKETING AS A BEHAVIORAL SYSTEM: An Illustration of Retail Loans, pp.218-229

1Faculty of Business Administration, Ýstanbul Bilgi University, Turkey
2Institute of Social Sciences, Ýstanbul Bilgi University, Turkey

IWLP-2015, International Workshop on Law and Politics

23) Amanda E. Boniface

Subject: Do Children in South Africa have a Right to a Family? An Exploration of the Development of the Concept “a Right to a Family” in South African Law, pp. 230-242

Faculty of Law, Department of Private Law, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

24) Robin Cupido

Subject: Offer And Acceptance In Cross-Border Electronic Contracts: A Brief Comparative Perspective, pp. 243-251

Faculty of Law, Department of Private Law, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

25) Gino Frantz

Subject: Polygynous marriages and patrimonial consequences, does one size fit all?, pp. 252-262

Department of Criminal Law and Procedures, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

26) Richard D. Freer

Subject: Threats to the Role of the Class Action in Private Law Enforcement in the United States, pp. 263-281

Robert Howell Hall Professor of Law, Emory University School of Law, USA

27) Petra Amizic Jelovcic

Subject: Rights of Passengers In Maritime Carriage – European Legislation, pp. 307-322

Faculty of Law, Department of Maritime and Transport Law, University of Split, Croatia

28) Durda Bolanca Kekez

Subject: The Relevance of The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, pp. 333-344

Faculty of Law, Civil law Department, University of Split, Croatia

29) Mark McGarvie

Subject: Imposing Non-Legal Duties: Family, Religion, Patriotism And The Roots of Contemporary Conservatism, pp. 345-359

School of Law, The College of William and Mary, USA

30) Jurgen C.A. de Poorter

Subject: Increasing the Efficiency of The Administrative Courts’ Powers: a Dutch success story?, pp. 360-370

Department of Public Law, Jurisprudence and Legal History, Tilburg Law School, The Netherlands

31) Iveta Rohová, Klára Drlicková

Subject: Habitual Residence As A Single Connecting Factor Under The Succession Regulation, pp. 371-381

Faculty of Law, Department of International and European Law, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

32) Tanatthep Tianprasit

Subject: Promoting The Use of Undercover Operations To Combat Narcotic Drug Trafficking In The ASEAN Community: The Equilibrium of Crime Control And Due Process, pp. 382-396

School of Law, National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand