Newsletter: SSHRA (October-December 2021)
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We are glad to present you with our latest edition of the newsletter. The newsletter showcases the associations of current and upcoming endeavors.
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.
Personal Development Trainer, Lifestyle Consultant, Motivational Speaker, Mentor
Seetha Sagaran is a Personal Development Trainer, Lifestyle Consultant and Motivational Speaker with a background in English, Psychology, Counseling (including Crisis & Trauma Counseling, (U.K)), Hypnotherapy, Metaphor Therapy and Teaching Children with Special Needs (U.K). She is also a Licensed Practitioner of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) from The Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (U.S.A). A member of Toastmasters International (U.S.A) for the last 15 years, she is also a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM). A recipient of Global Training & Development Leadership Award - 2017, Exceptional Women of Excellence Award – 2020, she specializes in – 1) Workplace Management Training Programs - some of the Workshops in this series are: Positive Psychology in the Workplace, Effective Communication, Customer Care and You. 2) Personal Development Training Programs - some of the Workshops in this series are: Public Speaking, Stress Management and Art of Self-Motivation. 3) Career Development Training Programs - some of the Workshops in this series are: Creative Problem Solving, Time Management & Negotiation Skills, Assertiveness & Self Confidence.
4) Mentoring Program (For Personal & Professional Development & Growth).
5) Training/Motivational Workshops for Social Welfare Organisations (Orphanages, Homes for the Elderly and People of Determination).
Her philosophy for well-being can be summarized as Individual Excellence, Personal and Professional Enhancement of Knowledge, Wisdom and Happier Living. Her forte lies in presenting creative Training Programs/ Workshops that have an emphasis on the principles of Psychology, Counseling, Creativity, Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) and Hypnotherapy. Seetha is a member of Toastmasters International (USA), National Federation of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NFNLP), USA, Institute of Counseling (U.K), Indian Musicians Forum, U.A.E, Healthcare & Biological Sciences Research Association (HBSRA), (India), Social Science and Humanities Research Association (SSHRA), (India), Teaching and Education Research Association (TERA), (India). She is also an Honorary Life Member of ALL Ladies League (ALL), a worldwide networking body with over 150,000 women members worldwide across 1200+ chapters in 150 nations (associated with Women Economic Forum (WEF), India.
Seetha is a coauthor of the motivational book, “Your Dose of Motivation”. In the book, she shares some of the lessons from her life, and attempted to simplify the concept of self-motivation. The role of self-motivation is further elaborated through personal anecdotes and its importance in our life and how it helps us to help others grow too in the process.
The key focus of her unique training workshops and programs is on individual development through interactive learning and mutual empowerment. She has conducted Corporate, Educational, and Social Service & Welfare Training Workshops/Motivational Sessions in U.A.E, India, Seychelles, Canada and the UK. She has also attended conferences in the U.A.E, India, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Italy as a Keynote/Motivational Speaker.
Full-time lecturer, Kingmonkgut’s Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang, Bangkok
Mr Navidreza Ahadi is a full-time lecturer at Kingmongkut’s institute of Technology Ladkrabang Business School (KBS). His research interests are in the area of Technology Management, CRM, Innovation and Social Science. He has accomplished several research articles as well as co-authored in textbooks.
Assistant Professor, Department of International English, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan
Alan Mulvey is currently Assistant Professor, English for Academic Purposes, Kyoto Tachibana University, Faculty of International English, Japan. His research interests are active learning pedagogy, autonomous motivation and civil society participation. He graduated M.Phil. and B.Sc. Arch. from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, and started his career at Walt Disney R&D. He has worked for education, life-long learning and sustainable development in India, Gram Vikas NGO, winning the UN-Habitat award, 2003, as well as France, Italy and Australia, before moving to Japan. His focus has become sustainability in education: Education is at the root of society, shaping how we live, behavioural choices and active participation in society.
Dr Hima Parameswaran
Assistant Professor, Department of HRM, City University College of Ajman, United Arab Emirates
Having 14 years of experience in healthcare, academia, and television media, Dr Hima Parameswaran is currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of HRM at City University College of Ajman, Ajman, UAE. She has collaborated with various international assignments such as Smile Train project, USA, and International Cleft Lip and Palate Foundation, Switzerland, during her healthcare profession. In the areas of academia, she has published numerous peer-reviewed papers related to Employee value proposition (EVP) Resource-based view (RBV) Career dynamics, Talent management, Adult learning and so on, internationally and presented management related topics in the International Conferences held in Budapest, Serbia, Romania, Greece, UAE, and India. Also, received Best Paper presenter Award and supported as the keynote speaker in Conferences. Moreover, she is an active social worker as a part of community development.
Dr Ma. Victoria Castillo Magayon
Research Teacher, Guidance Counsellor, Taytay Senior High School, Department of Education, Rizal, Philippines
Dr. Ma. Victoria Castillo- Magayon is a formator (volunteer in supplementary values formation classes in public school), research teacher and adviser (senior high school), professorial lecturer (masteral and doctorate classes), author (authored journal articles are indexed in Google Scholar, Mendeley, ResearchGate, and Academia), and peer reviewer of international journal articles (multidisciplinary and ISI journals- publons). 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). She is also a discussant of various topics both local (school based in-set trainings and seminars) and in international forum as keynote speaker in 26th International Conference on Teaching, Education and Learning (ICTEL) Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang Executive Centre, Singapore and online keynote speaker in 7th Singapore – International Conference on Social Science & Humanities (ICSSH), 03-04 November 2020. At present she is a faculty (Science and Technology Engineering and Mathematics Department) teaching Practical Research subjects and other related subjects and a Guidance Designate of Taytay Senior High School, Division of Rizal
Dr. Noor Hanim Rahmat
Deputy Dean Research, Publication, Linkages, Industry, Community and Alumni, Akademi Pengajian Bahasa (Academy of Language Studies), Universiti Teknologi MARA, (UiTM) Malaysia
Currently, Dr. Noor Hanim Rahmat is the Deputy Dean for Research, Publication, Linkages,Industry, Community and Alumni at Academy of Language Studies, Universiti Teknologi MARA, (UiTM) Malaysia. She started her teaching career as a primary school teacher in several primary schools in Singapore. She has taught in UiTM for the past 25 years. Her expertise includes language and education studies. Her research areas include language studies, educational psychology, and learning strategies. To date, she has about 75 conference and journal papers. She have already registered 43 research with the university. She has obtained 12 copyright licences to some of her work and has published 6 chapters in a book and also 3 research-based books (solo writer). She has also won some innovation awards in language innovation competitions
Ana Sofia Saldanha
Professional Translator (English and Spanish into Portuguese), Lecturer, Mentor (Member of the EMCC and Associate Board Member IMA), Lisbon, Portugal
Ana Sofia Saldanha is a Professional Translator at University Lecturer and Mentor. She is an associate Board Member of the International Mentoring Association in the USA and a member of the TERA Research Group. Her interests lie in Mentoring, Soft Skills, Training, and Continuous Professional Development for Translators. She is also interested in applying Mentoring in other areas of studies/professional development.
Oleg Cohan Shovkovyy
Adjunct Lecturer for teaching Digital Marketing and Communication unit of MBA (Marketing) program awarded by the University of Bedfordshire (UK) conducting at STI Myanmar University, Burma, Myanmar
Oleg Cohan Shovkovyy is a Ukrainian. His interest areas are Radio engineering, IT, Marketing, and business development. Until earned a PhD in Development Administration from NIDA, Bangkok in 2016, he worked for business and NGOs internationally (England, Poland, Russia, Australia, Thailand), at different levels and performing different tasks. Since 2016 he was working as a university lecture and teaching various business-related disciplines in Thailand. Right now, he is working for STI Myanmar University, teaching Digital Marketing to students of the joint with the University of Bedfordshire MBA program. The most significant of his achievements consider the organization of International Parliamentarian Conferences around Asia and especially one in Addis Ababa in 2009. He has versatile research interests which at this time aim at exploring big data and its use for social sciences.
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=fb9o04MAAAAJ&hl=en
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Oleg-Shovkovyy
Dr. Sudaporn Sawmong
Associate Professor, Dean of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Business School (KBS), Bangkok, Thailand
Assistant Prof. Dr Sudaporn Sawmong is currently serving as Dean of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Business School (KBS). She holds the MPhil and Philosophy Doctor (PhD) in international business management from the United Kingdom (UK). Working experience in the academic sectors and private sectors more than 30 years in business administration, marketing, retail and banking management. Having accomplished 50 national and 25 international papers as well as being part of several prestigious national and international journal editorial boards. She has been selected 1/251 fabulous for global educator leadership in 2019 at Mumbai India from the world congress federation.
Dr. Lauren B. Birney
Professor STEM Education, Private University in New York City, New York, USA
Dr. Lauren B. Birney Ed. D. is an urban STEM educator with a concentrated focus on providing opportunities for underrepresented students in Environmental Restoration Sciences through both federal and private funding sources. Dr Lauren Birney has over 30 years of experience at secondary and university teaching positions on both the West Coast and East Coast. She currently is the Director of the STEM Collaboratory NYC® at Pace University and a Professor of STEM Education in the School of Education in New York City preparing both pre-service and in-service teachers in the areas of curriculum and instruction, classroom management, teaching methodologies and research techniques. Her areas of research focus on project-based learning with an emphasis on environmental restoration-based sciences. Dr Birney earned a B.A. in Biology/Chemistry from the University of San Diego, an M.A. in Counseling and an Ed. D in Educational Leadership from the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. Dr Birney’s years as an All-American swimmer have shaped her will and motivation to succeed, dedication to her practice and her devotion to her students while ultimately creating the stamina to combat challenges and obstacles.
Dr. Radzuwan Ab Rashid
Associate Professor, Faculty of Languages and Communication, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Terengganu, Malaysia
Radzuwan Ab Rashid is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Languages and Communication, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia. He obtained his PhD in Education from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and he is currently pursuing his postdoctoral research at the University of Leeds exploring Applied Linguistics in an educational context. He has been a keynote speaker at International Conference on Teaching and Learning, Language, Literature and Linguistics (Malaysia), a plenary speaker at International Conference on Creative Teaching, Assessment and Research in the English Language (Malaysia) and a featured speaker at Indonesia-Malaysia English Language Teaching Conference (Indonesia). His research interests include teacher education and professional development, and contemporary discourse in online settings. He has had journal articles published in Discourse Studies, Discourse & Society, and Policy Futures in Education. He is the main author of two books: Supportive Conversations on Facebook Timelines, published by Routledge (2018), and New Media Narratives and Cultural Influence in Malaysia published by Springer (2019). Recently, Clarivate Analytics (Web of Science) nominated him for the Malaysia Research Star Award in the category Research and Innovation, Excellence Researcher in Arts and Applied Arts. He has a deep passion for Education and Applied Linguistics: language is gorgeous art and education is the foundation of a fruitful life.
The main aims of the conference are:
Advancement of Research and Innovative ideas through conference, workshops, seminars, and publications
Fostering a global community based on research and knowledge
Fostering innovation and ideas through research-based activities
Global dissemination of ideas and research through the use of technology
Working towards world peace and community development
Chat Session with Eminent Participants
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. Some of the editorial reviews are shared below:
School of Commerce, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
YOUNG RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP Eurasia Research makes continuous efforts in transforming the lives of people around the world through education, 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 are shared below:
Name & Affiliation: Alice Bodoc, Faculty of Letters, Transilvania University from Brașov, Romania, Brașov, Romania
Title: Vs Syntactic Configurations in Romance Adverbial Clauses
Abstract: The starting point of the present paper is a previous research study (Bodoc, to appear, 2021) in which I brought evidence for the strong relationship between syntax and information structure. The results of the analysis revealed that different types of syntactic dislocation phenomena, such as scrambling, interpolation, left or right dislocations, are affecting the regular order of the constituents in the complex sentences with clausal adjuncts (temporal and causal adjuncts), from present-day Romance languages. Still, there are many aspects that remain to be investigated, and this is the purpose of the article. Based on an original corpus, built by the author himself, and also on the important contributions of Haegeman 2012, Lahousse & Lamiroy 2012, and Pană Dindelegan & Maiden 2013, I intend to demonstrate here that there are specific factors that influence the VS syntactic configuration of an adjunct clause, and these factors are directly connected to the internal information structure. From a methodological point of view, this is an empirical study, combining comparative and corpus analyses, qualitative and quantitative observations, and using the instruments of Morphosyntax and Pragmatics. In the end, the results of the analysis highlight the idea that both information structure and the „pro-drop” feature have a big impact on the word order of the constituents, generating a significant discrepancy between Romanian and Italian, on the one hand, and French, on the other hand.
Keywords: Adverbial Clauses, VS Configuration, Corpus Analysis, Romance Languages
Name & Affiliation: Cyril Dampog, Faculty of Social Science , University of Mindanao , Tagum City, Philippines
Title: 5s Kaizen in the Workplace the University of Mindanao Tagum Campus
Abstract: The study was conducted to determine the level of adoption of the 5S Kaizen practices among the University of Mindanao Tagum Campus employees in terms of set, sort, standardize, systematize and self-discipline. Moreover, it also determined the level of outcome of the practices on the employees in terms of safety, productivity, discipline, motivation and time management. The study used a survey questionnaire in gathering the data and relevant information from the 100 respondents of the University of Mindanao Tagum Campus in Tagum City. The data gathered were analysed using descriptive statistics to describe the profile of the University of Mindanao Tagum Campus employees and to determine their level of adoption on the 5S Kaizen practices as well as the level of outcome on the practices. Moreover, the One-way Analysis of Variance (One Way ANOVA) and t-test were employed to determine the mean difference on the level of adoption according to category while correlation statistics was used to determine whether a significant relationship exist between the level of adoption of 5S Kaizen practices and the level of outcome. Findings of the study showed that female respondents out numbered the male respondents, most of them are ages 31 to 40 years old, most of the employees acquired college degrees and most of them have served the university for less than 10 years. Results revealed that the overall mean for the level of adoption of 5S practices in the workplace was high. Results revealed that the overall mean for the level of outcome of the 5S practices was high. Results revealed that among the indicators on the level of adoption only sort showed significant difference to the employees. Other indicators such as set, standardize, systematize and self-discipline did not differ significantly. Furthermore, it also revealed that on the level outcome such as safety, productivity, discipline, motivation, and time management, there is no significant difference when grouped to teaching and non-teaching. Finally, the study showed a significant relationship between level of adoption and level of outcome
Name & Affiliation: Sitki Sonmezer, Finance and Banking, Business Administration, Istanbul Ticaret University, Istanbul, Turkey
Title: How do Fixed Yield Tokens Behave?
Abstract: Block chain technology enabled various smart contracts that provide benefits to investors. Lending protocols have gained spectacular demand from investors and this study aims to provide evidence for their growth and their relations with other instruments like gold, Brent oil, Dollar index and treasury bonds. Maker, Compound and Aave are the leaders of fixed yield tokens that enable lending and borrowing. Their structure, characteristics and returns are analyzed with a regression model along with Bitcoin for comparison purposes. Trading volume of Compound token is found to have a negative impact on Maker’s return (99%) and trading volume of Maker has a negative impact on Compound return indicating a competition among them. Return of both maker and Compound have a significant effect (99%) on each other. Aave volume had a significant and a negative effect on Maker’s return. Bitcoin returns are negatively affected from Maker’s and Compounds trading volume. For our sample period, Gold returns have significant positive (99%) effect; trading volume of gold has negative significant (95%)on Maker and Compound returns. Brent oil prices have a significant effect on Maker’s return.
Keywords: Decentralized Finance, Lending Protocols, Fixed Yield Tokens
Name & Affiliation: Sebastian Bakatubia, College of Business, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
Title: The Impact of Organizational Resources on Customers Satisfaction
Abstract: Organizations often align their resources to achieve their goal. Researchers on Organizational Strategy have well documented this topic. This research builds on a Resource-based view aimed to identify key resources that satisfy customers the most. In a crowded and very intense competitive educational sector, finding your key resource to capitalize on seems to be a must. Four experiments indicate that human resources tend to be the satisfying resource on which a cram school can invest and get a competitive edge.
Keywords: Resource-based View, Human resources, Physical resources, Organizational resources, Cram school, Satisfaction
Name & Affiliation: Guldana Sadykova, Ph.D. Student, Department of Economics and Entrepreneurship, Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan
Title: The Essence and Factors of Socio-Economic Sustainability of the Region
Abstract: Socio-economic sustainability refers to economic growth involving practices that maintain a preferred percentage of a region's development. This "special mode of regional development activity" will be one where the population of a given territory lives above the minimum level. From the point of view of both social sustainability and economic sustainability, economic sustainability is aware of the impact of production entities on workers and society as a whole. This includes consideration of human rights, health and safety, community engagement, work-life balance, philanthropy, diversity and equality. The article analyzes the essence of the economic stability of the region, considers the main factors of its economic stability.
It is necessary to improve all its components in a particular region, as well as to make favorable use of factors that affect socio-economic sustainability. The author comes to the conclusion that the unstable development of the region can lead to even more serious risks, which in the future will be difficult to solve.
Keywords: Region, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Socio-Economic Development of the Region, Socio-Economic Stability of the Region, Factors of Socio-Economic Stability of the Region.
Name & Affiliation: Ariadne De Villa, Communication, Cultures, English and World Languages, Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, U.S.A
Title: Paradox 2050: The Language in the U.S.
Abstract: This paper focuses on current qualitative and quantitative research in the area of the Spanish language in the United States. Statistics point out that by the year 2050, the United States of America will surpass Mexico in being the country with the greatest population of Spanish-speakers, by becoming the first country with the most speakers of this language in the entire world. This data is relevant whether or not immigration from Spanish-speaking countries continues. The Nielsen Report is a clear proof of how business, education, and other aspects of society are changing to personalize the demand of Hispanic and Latino corporations, having as a result an increase of the Spanish language in the labor force. Furthermore, the often polemic subject of Spanish of the United States will be addressed as well as strategies of how Spanish (or any other heritage language) can be encouraged and taught inside and outside the classroom, serving this way as an educational tool to promote diversity and erase stereotypes.
Name & Affiliation: Titikorn Tantawutho & Vipada Khongphueng, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training Centre, Defense Technology Institute, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Title: Unmanned Aircraft System for Media Production: An Extension of Defense Technology
Abstract: The defense industry has played a major impact in enhancing global economy. S-curve 11th is the target industry which promotes Eastern Economic Corridor (ECC) in Thailand. The state-of-the-art in defense technology is increasing all the time including Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) which can be used for the media production in defense technology. UAS pilots for media production in defense technology are different from other UAS pilots. They require hard and soft skills such as management, decision, planning and knowledge for controller and cinematography. The UAS knowledge and controller can be learned from a remoted pilot license course but the soft skills can be partly developed from experiences. The purpose of this study is to lay guideline for using the UAS media production in defense technology with the expectation of providing specific views and multiple domains in research area. It is a combination of engineering, art and management. The content in this article is based on experiences from UAS operation.
Keywords: UAS Cinematography, Media Production, UAS Pilots, Defense Technology
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