Journal Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies

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Haitao Tang, Jimei Ma, Li Liu
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 5, pp 40-45; doi:10.20448/journal.500.2018.51.40.45

Abstract:As economic exchange has deepened in the international community, traditional Chinese drugs have gone global and gained a share in overseas markets. However, due to internal and external restrictions, only a small proportion of traditional Chinese drugs can gain access to mainstream drug markets in foreign countries. This article designs strategies and provides suggestions for globalizing the presence of traditional Chinese drugs based on an analysis of the current conditions and challenges of this globalization process.
Egzonis Hajdari, Fulya Erlüle
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 5, pp 32-39; doi:10.20448/journal.500.2018.51.32.39

Abstract:Divorce is an ancient institution of marital law that was born shortly after marriage. This institution is known by ancient laws, as well as by contemporary laws. In Kosovo the issue of divorce is regulated by Family Law. This law addresses besides principle divorce issues (divorce modalities, initiative and decision-making subjects, proceedings etc.), as well as the causes of divorces. Such issues, in an identical manner are regulated also by Turkish Civil Code. Modest results of this scientific paper indicate the fact that the issue of divorce in Kosovo constitutes a complicated and a relatively wide extent phenomenon. Consequently, in Kosovo society of these past five years (2010 – 2014) were recorded 6388 divorce cases. Divorce cases have manifested a different presence degree observing this in the context of causes determining this harmful phenomenon. Divorce whenever and wherever happens it causes numerous social and psychological consequences etc. which significantly hit spouses, their children but also society in general. During the preparation of this scientific paper we used historical-legal, legal, comparative, statistical and sampling methods.
Zhaohui Hong, JianFeng Jin
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 5, pp 23-31; doi:10.20448/journal.500.2018.51.23.31

Abstract:Addressing the digital and spatial study of the Protestant market in Taiwan and mainland China is pioneering attempt to enhance the Christian study in Asia. The article selects Taipei and China's five additional provincial capital cities in the southeast coast to calculate and map the supply-side and demand-side of the Protestant market in the early of 21st century. Utilizing the digital and spatial methods, the article provides a comparative perspective in measuring the Protestant density, accessibility and availability of Taipei and five capital cities in China's southeast coast. The article concludes that in light of a democratic society with a religious freedom policy, Taipei has enjoyed a healthy Protestant market demonstrated by its better Protestant density, accessibility and availability.
Uzooba Hureem, Zainab Butt
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 5, pp 8-15; doi:10.20448/journal.500.2018.51.8.15

Abstract:In the arid parts of Pakistan, the farmers are socially excluded owing to their lack of access to technology and unaffordability of farm inputs. Two thirds of Pakistan is arid and dependent on rain. Irregular patterns of rainfall also play havoc with agricultural productivity and ultimately affects GDP & food security. The purpose of this research was to observe the existence of social exclusion of the small farmers from different dimensions and to study their neutral relationship. Case studies of 15 farmers were conducted to get information about social exclusion from different dimensions and their relationship. Analysis of the data supports the hypothesis of farmers’ social exclusion along a host of dimensions such as education, infrastructure and technological access. The extent of social exclusion is significantly more in the case of farmers living in disadvantaged areas. Most of the farmers do not have enough means to enhance their yield; lack of education, lack of access to adequate water resources and unawareness about modern technologies which is the major contributor to their exclusion.
Khairun Nisa Mustaffa Halabi, David Hands
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 5, pp 16-22; doi:10.20448/journal.500.2018.51.16.22

Abstract:The characteristics and elements of a product play a significant role as a medium to convey product value to consumers. This paper offers a theoretical reflection from numerous research case studies on the understanding of consumer purchase behaviour in engaging with a particular product's elements and characteristics and to explore consumers' emotional experience and perceptions to achieve the desired position in consumers' minds. This paper compares the perspectives of product attributes and consumer behaviour through discussing two theoretical models (behavioural perspective, purchase motivation, product attributes, product aesthetic) that are useful for an understanding of the functions of product attributes. Furthermore, this study emphasises aspects for markets and designers to contemplate in their efforts to increase consumer awareness and create the brand through their experiences and emotions. Finally, the implications of a stronger theoretical approach to consumer behaviour research and practice are discussed.
Patricia Nugent, Heljä Antola Crowe, Pamela Faber
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 5, pp 1-7; doi:10.20448/journal.500.2018.51.1.7

Abstract:“We teach who we are” (Palmer, 2007) is an important self-revelation. Given the current culture in America, there is much unrest in our classrooms and schools. As teacher educators, we need to be aware of the various cultures influencing not only our classrooms, but also the classrooms of our students and the society at large. This article discusses how cultural awareness and culturally proficient teaching can impact individual instructors and learning environments of their classrooms. As future teachers experience culture in our university classrooms, they are becoming aware of their own cultural identity and its effects on their future students.
Ansar S.E
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 4, pp 100-106; doi:10.20448/journal.500.2017.42.100.106

Juliana Rotkangmwa Bodang, Rachael Asibi Amwe
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 4, pp 31-35; doi:10.20448/journal.500/2017.4.1/500.1.31.35

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Godwell Karedza, Mike Sikwila
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 4, pp 20-30; doi:10.20448/journal.500/2017.4.1/500.1.20.30

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Bryan Oweilayefa Gere
Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, Volume 4, pp 65-69; doi:10.20448/journal.500/2017.4.1/500.1.65.69

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