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Titanic Business Europe, Istanbul - Turkey 9-10 September, 2017

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2017 Workshops Papers

IWAHS-2017, 3rd International Workshop on Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

1) Abdulrazaq Alzahrani

Subject: Linguistic (Im)politeness in British English and Saudi Arabic: The Case of (Dis)agreement, pp. 1

Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities, De Montfort University, United Kingdom

2) Selamat Amir

Subject: Scientific Contemporary In Al-Quran Interpretation: An Review For Al-Sha‘Rawi Method In Tafsir Al- Sha‘Rawi, pp. 2-22

Department of Al-Quran and Al-Hadith, Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya, Malaysia

3) Inga Grantyn

Subject: Deictic Expressions As Time Related Discourse Markers, pp. 23

Department of Romance Literatures and Linguistics, Faculty of Language, Literature and Humanities, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

4) Inga Grantyn

Subject: Cooperation As A Developmental Milestone In Bilingual Language Acquisition, pp. 24

Department of Romance Literatures and Linguistics, Faculty of Language, Literature and Humanities, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

5) Anders Hermund

Subject: Diagrams in Creativity, pp. 25-37

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, School of Architecture, IBD - Institute of Architecture and Design, Denmark

6) Umut Kayapinar

Subject: Informal Art and Its Reflections in Term of “Open Work”, pp. 38-48

Painting Department, Fine Arts Faculty, Akdeniz University, Turkey

7) Fathi Migdadi, Mohammed A. Badarneh, Areej Qudesat

Subject: Compliments in Arab Idol and American Idol: A Contrastive Study, pp. 49

Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

8) Rania Al Rawwash

Subject: Filing The Gap Between Academia And Professional Practice In Architecture In Jordan, pp. 50-60

Department of Architecture, College of Architecture and Design, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

9) Ashabul Kahfi Susanto

Subject: The Relationship between Candidate Talk and The Score They Receive in The IELTS Speaking Test, pp. 61-75

School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, UK


10) Ashabul Kahfi Susanto

Subject: The Implementations and Implications of Language Policy in Indonesia, pp. 76-87

School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, UK

11) Ismail Tetikçi

Subject: The Relation of Master And Apprentice In Art Of Painting And Its Place In Turkish Art Education, pp. 88-99

Department of Fine Arts Education, Uludağ University, Turkey

12) Rabia Wasif

Subject: Utopic Borders: Liminal Zones of Transition and Cultural Creation in Jamil Ahmad’s The Wandering Falcon, pp. 100-111

Forman Christian College University, Pakistan

IWFBE-2017, 3rd International Workshop on Finance, Business, Economics, Marketting and Information Systems

13) Melius Weideman

Subject: SEO vs PPC: A Model to Determine The Most Effective Digital Marketing Budget Division, pp. 112-128

Faculty of Informatics and Design, WARC, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

IWLP-2017, 3rd International Workshop on Law and Politics

14) Serdar Altay

Subject: Ideas, American Hegemony and the Post-War Economic Order: The Genesis of The Trading Regime, pp. 129-145

Department of Economics, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

15) Rahim Baghban

Subject: Recent Developments of International Standards on Protective Law of Foreign Investment: A Comparison with Iran’s Law, pp. 146-161

Faculty of Law And Political Science, Islamic Azad University, Iran

16) Joel Kuorikoski

Subject: From Trumpisms to Protectionism - Is TTIP Next in Line, pp. 162-179

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

17) Joel Kuorikoski

Subject: TTIP and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards, pp. 180-194

International Law Department, University of Turku, Finland

18) Murdoch Watney

Subject: Regulating Cyber Communication: A Global Human Rights and Law Enforcement Challenge, pp. 195-210

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

19) Sipho Nkosi

Subject: ‘Sulh’ In Islamic Criminal Law As The Form Of Restorative Justice: A New Framework In Indonesian Criminal Law, pp. 211-235

Department of Islamic Law, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Indonesia

20) Galateanu Oana Elena

Subject: Illegal Migration – A Form Of Manifestation Of Organized Crime, pp. 236-249

Legal Sciences Department, Faculty of Legal, Social and Political Sciences, “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, Romania