Vol. 4 No. 2; June 2017

Vol. 4 No. 2; June 2017 (6)

Environmental Diversity and the Threats to Its Sustainability: A Case Study of Lebanon

Author: Jacques Samoury

Implications of Organizational Variables on Waste Management of Stone and Marble Sector in the City of Hebron

Author: Ghadah Neiroukh

Technology Based Assessment and Enhancement of Thinking Skills: A Case Study of the Educational System Development in Palestine

Author: Mojahed Mousa

The Pattern of Fatal Head Injuries in Beirut: A Retrospective Medico Legal Study

Author: Khodor Haidar Hassan

The Role of Women Associations in Activating the Women Socio-economic Participation During 2008-2012 in Bethlehem District

Author: Zainab Khalil

Job Involvement and Job Creativity of Employees at Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations in Hebron District

Author: Faten Ighrayeib

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