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Vol 7 No 7 (2020): Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal

Volume 7, No 7, July 2020

Published: 2020-07-13

Hermeneutics and Metacognition

Maryann Pasda DiEdwardo

12-16

Holocaust and Parallax

Gabriel Mayer

189-198

ILLUSTRATIONS IN TOTEMISM AND MYTHOLOGY AS PANACEA FOR ENHANCING CULTURAL STUDIES AMONG IGBO SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

Chijioke Noel Onuora, Nkem Fortyunes Alu, Samuel Ogba Echem, Stephen Ezeh Ezike, Jovita Charles Ogu

238-260

An Appraisal and Popular Notion Surrounding The Arab Spring: The Marxist Analyses

Nelson Goldpin Obah-Akpowoghaha, Momodou Lamin Tarro, Ogunmilade Adekunle

277-284

SEX WORKERS LIVED EXPERIENCES OF STIGMA IN NAIROBI, KENYA

MOSES MUTUA MUTISO, ERIC MASESE, JAMIN RAYS MASASABI MASINDE

319-337

Familismo: How Eight Categories of Needs Are Met in Hispanic American Families Within the Context of Familism

Catherine R. Rama, Victor W. Harris, Kyra Speegle, Nelly Nelson, Dan Moen, Heidi Jones Harris

348-370

Writing Anxiety and Facebook-mediated Feedback

Hery Yufrizal, Cucu Sutarsyah, Sudirman

385-397

Will Entrepreneurial Orientation Contribute to Entrepreneurial Success?

Oyedele M. Oyeku, Oduyoye Oluseyi, F. A. Karimu, F. A. Akindoju, M. O. Togunde, G. N. Elemo

420-434

The Children City Architecture

Hoshiar Nooraddin

768-798

WhatsApp™ Seminar as Hoax Buster and Health Promotion Medium of COVID-19: A Field Trial

Mariatul Fadilah, Iche Andriani Liberty, Lathifah Nadiah

910-917

Investing in the Lusaka South Multi Facility Economic Zone

Stephen Mwansa, Junaid M. Shaikh, Phillip MUBANGA

974-990

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