Newsletter: SSHRA (Oct-Dec 2022)
Updated: Jan 16
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Our worthy Keynote speakers open up the conference enlightening participants with their speeches. Here is the list of keynote speakers who participated in our conferences:
Eurasia Research International Conference begins with opening remarks by the honorable Keynote speaker highlighting the main context on Social Sciences and Humanities.
Prof. Taramol K. G.
Economics, Assistant Professor, School of Business, Manipal University Dubai, UAE
Prof. Taramol.K.G.is M. Phil in education including Economics, History, Geography, and Politics from Alagappa University, Madurai 2008. She is an M.Ed. in Social Science from Kerala University, Trivandrum 2,005, and, B. Ed in Social Science from M G University Kerala, 2003. She was awarded an Honored with Best Circuit Faculty of the award of the year 2017 from the international association of Scientists, Developers, and Faculties. At Present, she is currently working as an Assistant Professor of Economics at the School of Business at Manipal University Dubai. She was invited as a Keynote speaker for the Global Association for Humanities and Social Science Research, in Dubai on 9-10th October 2017.
Dr. Arthur McNeill
Ph.D. Dissertations and MA, Department of Education and Society, Institute of Science, Innovation, and Culture, Rajamangala University of Technology, Krungthep, Bangkok, Thailand
Dr. Arthur McNeill supervises Ph.D. dissertations and MA theses at the Department of Education and Society, Institute of Science, Innovation, and Culture, Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep. Before moving to Thailand in 2017, he was Director of the Center for Language Education and Associate Dean of Humanities and Social Science at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Previous appointments include Associate Professor of Education Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and Head of TESOL at Edinburgh University’s Moray House School of Education. Among his recent publications are the co-edited book, Working Memory in Second Language Acquisition and Processing (Multilingual Matters).
Nkem Violet Ochei
Researcher at the Law School Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Scotland United Kingdom
Nkem Violet Ochei work as a researcher at the Robert Gordon University Law School. I am currently leaving in Scotland Aberdeen United Kingdom. My thesis work is titled Non-Adherence of the MNOC to Corporate Policies; A review of litigations from the Niger Delta. My area of interest is Human right, Environmental right, and corporate Governance. I am currently rounding up my Ph.D. studies at Robert Gordon University Aberdeen. I have presented and attended several conferences in the United Kingdom. Nkem Violet Ochei has two publications related to her work, I have an article published in the International Journal of social science, titled MNOC level of engagement with their human right obligation. The other article was published in the international journal of legal studies titled, The Mechanism used by the MNOC to derail human rights and Environmental Litigation. I have also attended and presented papers related to my work within the Law Department at Robert Gordon University.
Dr. Rebecca Natrajan
Programme Leader MSC business, Northumbria University London Campus, London, UK
Rebecca Natrajan is a passionate lecturer and believes in continuous learning. Currently works as Senior Lecturer in the department of Entrepreneurship, Module leader, Research supervisor, Personal tutor and SFHEA mentor at QAHE London for the University of Roehampton and University of Ulster Partnership programmes. She coordinates projects such as the student magazine at QAHE, the Global business club for students, and Research team organisers for Staff. Modules delivered by Rebecca include International Entrepreneurship, Business Planning, Entrepreneurial development, Entrepreneurial opportunity, Career Entrepreneurship, Organisational Behaviour, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Graduate Enterprise and Managing innovation. Personal Branding is one of her recent interests as her Personal branding workshops delivered by her at the British Academy of Management 2019 conference at Aston University was highly appreciated by the PDW participants. She uses different teaching methods such as case studies, EDP games, videos and other techniques to engage the learners and enhance their learning experience. Rebecca Natrajan presented a paper in conferences and delivers Master Classes, Personal development workshops for students and staff. She is appointed as a Chair for Special Panels, Symposiums and Seminar for GBATA 2020 conference to be held in Istanbul Turkey.
Dr. Michel Gagne
Oxford Association of Management in the Grade of Certified Doctor of Business
Administration, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Originally from Quebec, Mr. Gagné is a high-performance lifestyle coach and consultant, a mental preparation coach with Canadian Olympic Medalists athletes, a management trainer in international corporate circles, and a speaker and facilitator for more than 50 years. He has worked in Canada, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean. Excellent motivator, Michel has worked with several Olympic Medalists and Athletes from Canada and abroad since the 1972 Munich Olympic Games. He has been an advisor, trainer and coach of several Olympic Coaches from Canada, the Caribbean Islands, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei. He was involved in the Montreal 1976 Olympic Games as Manager of the Training Venues. He started getting involved in mental preparation for Olympic Athletes in several sports in Canada and abroad from 1972 until now.
Prof. Dr. Kenneth Lee
Professor, Asian Religions, California State University, Los Angeles, California
Kenneth Dooyoung Lee is the Professor of Asian Religions in the Department of Religious Studies. Born in South Korea and raised in Los Angeles, Dr. Lee joined the California State University, Northridge faculty in the fall of 2006 to teach courses in Asian religions, Buddhism, and introductory courses in religion. He earned his A.B. in Psychology from Occidental College, M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, and M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies from Columbia University. His book, The Prince and the Monk: Shotoku Worship in Shinran's Buddhism, SUNY Press, traces the evolution of Shotoku worship in Japanese Buddhism. He has published in a number of books, including a chapter, "Kannon: The Goddess of Compassion in Japan" in The Constant Changing Faces of the Goddess Traditions in Asia and journals, such as his article, “Comparative Analysis of Shinran's shinjin and Calvin's Faith" in the Buddhist-Christian Studies journal. He is currently working on a translation of the Contemplation Sutra (Jpn. Kanmuryōjukyō), which is a major Buddhist text in Shin Buddhism.
Dr. Mohd Norazmi bin Nordin
Center for the Study of Education and Community Welfare, Faculty of Education, - The National University of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia
Dr. Mohd Norazmi bin Nordin holds a doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree in special education leadership. Former academic teacher at Batu Pahat Special Education School, Johor, Malaysia. Successfully completed PhD studies within two years. Currently working as a special education lecturer at the Center for the Study of Education and Community Wellbeing, Faculty of Education, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (The National University of Malaysia). He is also the founder of SKAF-Style Quick Thesis Writing Techniques which has greatly helped undergraduate and doctoral students in completing their theses. Receive invitations from various universities in and outside Malaysia as speakers and keynote speakers for international conferences and seminars. He is also Editor in Chief of a special education journal and as an editorial board in five international journals.)
Vice Director, Department of Health and Nutrition, International Exchange Center, Nishikyushu University, Japan
Nicole Sonobe is the vice director of the International Exchange Organization at Nishikyushu University, Japan. In addition, she is a lecturer in the Department of Health and Nutritional Sciences. She is currently researching foreign language education focusing on plurilingualism, multilingualism, and bilingualism to promote language acquisition for EFL learners. Her work includes overseeing study abroad short-term and long-term programs/exchanges, as well as supporting exchange students and international students studying on campus. Her work extends into the community where she is active in projects involving international youth exchange, global understanding, and multiculturalism. Recent grants include a Japanese Government grant for Rural Education challenges in France.
Ma Victoria C. Magayon, Ed.D
Researcher, Author, Curriculum Writer, STEM Teacher, Professorial Lecturer, Formator
Dr. Ma. Victoria Castillo- Magayon is a formator (volunteer in supplementary values formation classes in public school) under the Great Lighthouse foundation, a professorial lecturer (masteral and doctorate classes), author of journal articles (authored journal articles are indexed in Google Scholar, Mendeley, ResearchGate, and Academia) such as Learning Mathematics and Differentiated Instruction in the Philippines: (1) Learning mathematics and differentiated instruction in the Philippines: A Phenomenographical study on struggles and successes of grade 7 students, (2) A Phenomenographical Study on Struggles and Successes of Grade 7 Students; (3) Expectation vs. Reality: A Sentiment Analysis of Students’ Experience on Distance Learning, (4) The road Less Taken: Differentiated Instruction as Practice by Grade 7 Teachers in the Philippines, (5) Supplementary values saturation program among students in the Philippines: Students’ stance and value, (6) Technology adaptation of teachers and students under the learning continuity plan: A case of one school in the Philippines, (7) Grade 7 mathematics textbooks differentiation in the Philippines: Illusion or reality?, and many more; a book author such as Organization and Management for senior high school under Kleafs Publishing House; and a peer reviewer of international journal articles (multidisciplinary and ISI journals-Publons). She is also a discussant of various topics both local (school-based in-set training and seminars) and in the international forum as a keynote speaker at 26th International Conference on Teaching, Education and Learning (ICTEL) Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang Executive Centre, Singapore (2017); online keynote speaker in 7th Singapore – International Conference on Social Science & Humanities (ICSSH), 03-04 November 2020; 9th Singapore - International Conference on Social Science (2021); and 11th Singapore International Conference on Social Science & Humanities (June 24, 2022). She is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (Philippine Normal University, Manila- 1991), Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management (University of Rizal System, 2006), and Doctor of Education major in Curriculum and Instruction (University of Santo Tomas, 2017). At present she is a faculty (Science and Technology Engineering and Mathematics Department) teaching Practical Research 1-2 and Capstone Inquiries and Capstone Immersion and other related subjects; and a Guidance Designate of Taytay Senior High School, Division of Rizal. She is a regional Learning Resource evaluator in Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP) since 2017 engagement such as in 2021 a conformance reviewer of Homeroom Guidance Program Module (Q3 G1-3) regional level; and in 2020, as a learning resource calibrator and conformance reviewer in ESP (G1-10) in the division of Rizal. Currently approved as an associate member of the National Research Council of the Philippines (Division 1).
Personal Development Trainer, Lifestyle Consultant, Motivational Speaker, Mentor, UAE
Seetha Sagaran is a Personal Development Trainer, Lifestyle Consultant and Motivational Speaker with a background in English, Psychology, Counselling (including Crisis & Trauma Counselling, (U.K), Hypnotherapy, Metaphor Therapy and Teaching Children with Special Needs (U.K). She is also a Licensed Practitioner of Neuro-linguistic Programming (N.L.P) from The Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (U.S.A). A Toastmasters International (U.S.A) member for the last 17 years, she is also a Distinguished Toastmaster (D.T.M.). In 2020, she launched her customised online personal and professional mentoring program, "The Nankurunaisa Mentoring Program". Seetha is a co-author of the motivational book "Your Dose of Motivation". Published in 2020, she has shared some lessons from her life and attempted to simplify the concept of self-motivation in the book. As a co-author of the motivational book "Women Who Inspire", published in 2021, she has elaborated on the importance of mentors in life and the positive impact that mentors can make in our lives. She also co-authored the 2021 published book of short stories, "Sagas of Destiny", and the same year, co-authored an anthology of poems, "Reverie". She is also a co-author of a recently published book on leadership, “We are Leaders – Expressions & Experiences”. A recipient of Global Training & Development Leadership Award - 2017, Exceptional Women of Excellence Award – 2020, and Iconic Women Creating a Better World for All Award – 2020. She was also a recipient of Exceptional Leader of Excellence Award – 2021 and Outstanding International Guest Speaker of the Year 2021. Seetha was included in "The World Book of Hoinser Queens 2021" as one of the top hundred influential women of 2021. Her training/motivational workshops, programs, and keynote sessions focus on individual development through interactive learning and mutual empowerment. Seetha's training programs and motivational sessions also emphasise inner peace, well-being, and participants' confidence. She has conducted Corporate, Educational, and Social Service & Welfare Training Workshops/Motivational Sessions in U.A.E, India, Seychelles, Canada and the U.K. She has also attended conferences in the U.A.E, India, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Italy as a Keynote/Motivational Speaker. Seetha has also presented virtual keynote and motivational sessions in conferences conducted in the Netherlands, U.K, Australia, Turkey, Thailand, Malaysia, Spain and France.
Prof. André Richelieu
Full Professor & Consultant in Sportainment
ESG UQAM – School of Business at Université du Québec in Montréal, Canada
André Richelieu has been a university professor for over twenty years now and has taught in universities dating back to 1992. Since 2002, he has specialized in brand management and sports marketing in the context of ‘SPORTAINMENT’ (merger of sport and entertainment, and the reconfiguration of the boundaries of the industry). His research relates to i) How can Schumpeter’s ‘creative destruction theory explains the remodeling of the sports industry’s boundaries; ii) How can Sports entities leverage their brand equity by capitalizing on the emotional connection they share with their fans; iii) How can sports organizations and other stakeholders internationalize their brand; iv) How can cities and countries integrate sport into a successful place branding strategy; and v) How effective Sport for Development and Peace (SDP) initiatives can be. Besides the numerous journal articles, he has published, Prof. Richelieu is the co-author of five books, so far: New Sport Marketing (in French; De Boeck Publishers, 2011), Sport Marketing (in French; De Boeck Publishers, 2018), Global Sport Marketing (in English; Routledge Publishers, 2012), International Sports Marketing: Issues and Practice (in English; Routledge Publishers, 2019) and Sport Marketing (in Chinese; Sun Yat-Sen University Press, 2014). Prof. Richelieu has given around 2,000 interviews to the Canadian and international media on sports marketing and sports business. He has recently launched his personal series of video capsules entitled ‘the ‘sportainment’ news’, available on YouTube and his website (https://www.andrerichelieu.com/videos). He has lived in and travelled to over sixty countries and territories in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia, for both leisure and professional purposes. He speaks five languages.
Dr. Y. Samuel. P. Wesley
Associate Professor and Head of the Department of History at Smt. Chandibai Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, India
Dr. Y. Samuel. P. Wesley is an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of History at St. Chandibai Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, India. He is also In Charge of the Foundation Course dealing with Contemporary Issues and the Co-ordinator of the Travel and TourAdd-ond on Course. His doctoral dissertation was titled ‘Pandita Ramabai, Anandibai Joshi and Tarabai Shinde: A Comparative Study’. He is a member of the Global Research Development Services. He has presented papers at various national and international seminars. He has completed three minor research projects dealing with certain facets of theological history in India as well as Gender History. He has been teaching undergraduate and post graduate students and is as a recognized Ph.D Guide as well.
Assistant Professor, Bangkok University, Thailand
Patama Satawedin is currently an assistant professor and Director, the Master of Communication Arts in Digital Marketing Communications, the School of Communication Arts, Bangkok University, and Bangkok, Thailand. She received her doctoral and master’s degrees in media and communication from the University of Leicester, United Kingdom. Likewise, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in public relations (first-class honors) from the Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. She has teaching experiences of over 10 years. Her research interests are health literacy, health communication, crisis communication, and crisis management, marketing public relations, and communication studies.
Prof. Katalin Lipták
Ph.D. in economics, dr.iur Associate professor, head of department, vice-dean
University of Miskolc, Faculty of Economics, Department of Labour Market and Employment Policy, Miskolc, Hungary
Katalin graduated in Economist at the University of Miskolc, Faculty of Economics in 2008 and she graduated in Law at the University of Miskolc, Faculty of Law in 2015. Her research topic is the labour market, especially in the Central-Eastern-European region. She defended her Ph.D. dissertation in 2013, the title was: “Impact of the globalization on regional labour markets – convergence or divergence”. Katalin is an associate professor, vice-dean of University of Miskolc, Faculty of Economics and head of department of Labour Market and Employment Policy. The essence of her professional interest is how changed the labour market and the expectations of employees. She is the member of the Hungarian Regional Science Association till 2008. She is editor-in-chief of Socialis Series in Social Science journal and the member of the editorial board of Tér és Társadalom journal.
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Advancement of Research and Innovative ideas through conference, workshops, seminars, and publications
Fostering a global community based on research and knowledge
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SSHRA is in the process of expanding its knowledge base, to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals, encourage intellectual development, and create opportunities for networking and collaboration. In each, Eurasia International Conference, article, project synopsis, teaching notes, observations are submitted by the international community of Researchers, Practitioners, Students, and Educationists for the development and spread of ideas. The Editorial Review is showcased on the association’s website, newsletter, social media, and upcoming endeavours.
Eurasia Research makes continuous efforts in transforming the lives of people around the world through education, the application of research & innovative ideas. To Promote Young Researchers, Eurasia Research International conferences provide a Young Research Scholarship in the form of a full Registration fee waiver to participate in such events. This gives immense encouragement to the researchers who have brilliant ideas to exhibit their research work on the International platform.
BEST PAPER AWARD
In each, Eurasia International Conference, Best Paper Award is given to Best Researches. In the SSHRA – Social Science and Humanities Research Association, the Best paper award is given to the participants with the best scholarly paper submitted and presented at the conference. Some of the Best Paper is shared below:
Name & Affiliation: Dr. Tharanga Dharaneeta
Ph.D., University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka
Title: A Simple Technique for Logical Arguments
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to identify the correct and simple validity technique for arguments in formal logic. It can be defined as the systematic study of the methods and principles of correct reasoning. These reasoning patterns are expressed through arguments. A thought when expressed in language becomes an argument. Logic teaches us the techniques and methods for testing the correctness of different kinds of arguments. It helps to detect errors in our logical reasoning. That's why some logicians define logic as an art of reasoning. As an art, logic provides various methods and techniques for testing the correctness or incorrectness of arguments. These techniques develop our skills or ability to reason correctly. Deferent logical systems provide various methods to distinguish correct reasoning from incorrect. But most of them are problematic in different ways. Therefore should be a necessary to introduce a new testing method to evaluate the formal arguments.
Keywords: Valid, Argument, Reasoning, Formal Logic, Technique
Name & Affiliation: Yi-Fong Liao
Human Resource Management, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan
Title: The Effect of Servant Leadership on Service Behaviours: Work Engagement and Perceived Social Impact as Mediators
Abstract: This research explored the relationship between servant leadership and service behaviors, as well as the mediating effects of work engagement and perceived social impact. Based on the conservation of resources theory (Hobfoll, 1989), the mediating role of work engagement was illustrated. In addition, we adopted the social information processing theory to explain the mediating effect of perceived social impact. Servant leadership provides emotional and instrumental resources for followers to accomplish tasks. According to conservation of resources theory, employees who have job resources will be motivated to work. Hater, Schmidt, & Hayes (2002) noted that supportive leadership increased employee work engagement. Schaufeli et al. (2006) argued that work engagement predicted role behavior. In addition, van Dierendonck et al. (2014) explained that servant leadership improved employee role behavior via intrinsic motivation. Therefore, we predicted servant leadership improved employee in-role and extra-role service behaviors via work engagement. Servant leadership influences follower perceptions of themselves. According to social information theory, servant leaders who put their followers first and help them grow send a message to their followers that they are worthwhile and can make a difference in others’ life. Prior research found that servant leadership was beneficial to employee service behavior (Moynihan, Sanjay Pandey & Bradley Wright, 2012). Therefore, we predicted servant leadership improved employee in-role and extra-role service behaviors via perceived social impact. This research collected data from service industries, including finance and insurance, medical care, and restaurants. It was a three-wave survey. Front-line employees completed data on servant leadership in the first wave, and work engagement and perceived social impact in the second wave. Their supervisor answered questions concerning follower service behaviors. A total of 201 questionnaires were returned. Structural equation modeling was used to test research hypotheses. The results showed that servant leadership did not predict in-role service behavior (β = .11，p > .05) and extra-role service behavior (β = .06，p > .05) However, work engagement mediated the relationship between servant leadership and in-role service behaviors, as the 95% confidence interval excluded zero (CI .08, .23). Moreover, perceived social impact mediated the relationship between servant leadership and in-role service behaviors, as the 95% confidence interval excluded zero (CI .01, .15) , and extra-role service behaviors, as the 95% confidence interval excluded zero (CI .27, .25). This study investigated employee service behaviors and illustrated the motivational process of servant leadership through improving employee work engagement and perceived social impact. The finding that work engagement merely mediated between servant leadership and in-role service behavior shed light on the mediating role of employee perceived social impact in the relationship between servant leadership and employee in-role and extra-role service behaviors. Specifically, it is imperative for organizations with a serious orientation toward customer service to develop their supervisors to be servant leaders who instill social impact in their followers. Keywords: Conservation of resources theory, Extra-role Service Behavior, In-role Service Behavior, Perceived Social Impact, Servant leadership, Social information theory, Work engagement
Name & Affiliation: Vidya Purnamasari
Department of Development Economic, Faculty Economy and Business, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia
Title: Implementation of the Critical Thinking Model in the Financial Technology Industry
Abstract: The financial technology industry is one of the most consequential sectors influencing various countries' economies. In economic development, fintech has a chance to bring great opportunities and potential in developing MSMEs, especially in Indonesia. At the beginning of 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic affected the opportunities and potential. The impact caused by Covid-19 pandemic has affected the Fintech industry, which has started to be cultivated by the MSME sector, especially in Malang. The purpose of this study was to determine the impact before and after the COVID-19 pandemic on the development of the financial technology industry in MSMEs in Malang City using the Critical Thinking Review Model. This research uses primary data from 200 MSMEs in Malang City. The results of this study are that 73% of MSMEs in Malang City did not use Fintech accounts before the COVID-19 pandemic, and 27% already had one. However, since the pandemic, 98% of MSMEs in Malang City have used the fintech platform in their product payment activities. Therefore, there are positive implications due to this pandemic condition in which business people (MSMEs). The public has started using various fintech services, which leads the increasing financial literacy and indicates that the growth of financial inclusion
Keywords: Industry financial technology, Critical Thinking Model, MSME
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