Editor’s Choice | International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research

The below articles have been selected by the  Editor in Chief to be the top articles published in the journal. The topic, scientific quality and importance in the field where collectively considered while making this selection

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Challenges of Social Reintegration for the 2013 Saudi Arabian Returnees in Ethiopia - Pages 31-37
Desalegn Birara
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/2371-1655.2017.03.03

Identities, Nations and Ethnicities: A Critical Comparative Study from Southeast Asia - Pages 12-30
Victor T. King
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/2371-1655.2017.03.02

Recruiting, Organizing, Planning, and Conducting a 3-Week, Short-Term Study Abroad Program for Undergraduate Students: Guidelines and Suggestions for First-Time Faculty Leaders - Pages 1-11
Nilufer Medora and Roudi Nazarinia Roy
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/2371-1655.2017.03.01

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“Think Globally, Act Ethically”: Towards Normative Assessment of Fertility Tourism Regulation in Europe - Pages 114-124
Liza Ireni-Saban, Umut Korkut and Ben Herzberg
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6000/2371-1655.2016.02.10

Literature as Antidote: Reflections on Don DeLillo’s Falling Man - Pages 87-113
Salah el Moncef
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6000/2371-1655.2016.02.09

Does Stock Market Development Enhance Private Investment in Ghana? - Pages 68-78
Grace Ofori-Abebrese, Eugenia Amporfu and George Adu

Tergiversation of Human Rights, Deciphering the Core of Kirchnerismo -Pages 60-67
Maximiliano E. Korstanje
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6000/2371-1655.2016.02.06


Doctoral Education through the Lenses of the Bologna Process
 
Pages 29-36
Ana Baptista

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Employment Experiences of Visible Minority Immigrant Women: A Literature Review - Pages 134-143
Bharati Sethi and Allison Williams

The Caring Organization: Singularity, Incompleteness and Responsibility or why 5+1 is not always 6 - Pages 64-73
Ignaas Devisch

Time to Rethink ‘Orphans and Vulnerable Children’? Findings from a Phenonenological Study in Uganda - Pages 30-45
Gloria K. Seruwagi

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