Vol. 3 No. 3; September 2016

Vol. 3 No. 3; September 2016 (5)

The politics and poetics of certain traditional circumstantial names: Sisaali culture of Ghana

Authors: Confidence Gbolo Sanka, Samuel Adu-Gyamfi, & Charles O. Marfo 

Vocational interests among Palestinian students

Author: Mohammed Namourah

The potential ethnic culture heritage of North Sumatra in globalization

Author: Saiful Anwar Matondang

Good citizenship concept in the Palestinian curricula: content analysis for civic education textbooks

Author: Khaled Katalo

The cognitive method of dependency and independency among disabled women in Bethlehem Governorate

Author: Razan Issa

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