Vol. 2 No. 2; May 2015

Vol. 2 No. 2; May 2015 (5)

Key human factors in the e-readiness of academic employees at higher education institutions

Author: Luni Vermeulen

Palestinian suicide martyrs (Istishhadiyin): a tune of loyalty and a hymn of liberty

Author: Bassam Yousef Ibrahim Banat

Reconfiguring local government institutions in South Africa to facilitate successful service delivery: Management by Projects on a strategic level

Authors: Christa de Wet & Gwai J. Moseki

The impact of learning method based on the merging between the cognitive theory of Piaget and active theory in the understanding of scientific concepts and the self-concept of eighth graders in science

Author: Thikrayat Turshan

The role of the state in providing an adequate environment for social entrepreneurship: a case study of Palestine

Author: Shaban Eideh

The international humanities studies strives towards honest, advanced and scientific communication. Therefore, IHS focuses on valid and reliable reported data, results, methods and procedures.

In order to achieve the aforementioned, IHS avoids bias in experimental design, data analysis, data interpretation, peer review, grant writing, expert testimony, and other aspects of research where objectivity is a requirement.

When conducting research on human subjects, IHS believes in minimizing human harm and risks. Finally, IHS believes in respecting human dignity, privacy and autonomy.