Vol. 1 No. 2; July 2014

Vol. 1 No. 2; July 2014 (5)

Tourist use of historic cities: Review of international agreements and literature

Authors: Daniel Barrera Fernández & Leticia Arista Castillo & Eugenia María Azevedo Salomao

The impact of emotional intelligence on academic achievement: a case study of Al- Quds University students

Authors: Bassam Yousef Ibrahim Banat & Omar Taleb Rimawi

An Overview of Information Literacy competencies for translators Using Web 2.0 Environment

Authors: Rocío Palomares Perraut & Carmen Gómez Camarero

The Construction of Religious Identity in Palestine: An Analysis of Religious Narratives

Author: Mohammed A. M. Arjan

The Role of Community Participation in Good Governance Promotion as Perceived by the Palestinians in Bethlehem

Author: Majd Z. A. Hanaa

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