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Proceedings of

7th International Conference on Advances in Social Science, Management and Human Behaviour SMHB 2018

Date
19-Aug-2018
Location
Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia
Authors
26
ISBN
978-1-63248-160-3

12 Articles Published

1. RESEARCH ON COLLEGE STUDENTS' DEVELOPMENTAL ASSETS, CAREER ADAPTABILITY AND CAREER SELF-EFFICACY

Authors: CHING-PIN CHEN

Abstract: This study employed a questionnaire to investigate 497 college students across Taiwan to explore the relationship among developmental assets (DA), career self-efficacy (SE), and career adaptability (AL). And it found that: DA has a significant and positive impact on AL and SE. AL has a significant and influence on SE. Through the mediating role of AL, DA can affect SE. And the influence of internal assets on college students is prominently greater than that of external assets.

Keywords: developmental assets(DA)、career adaptability(AL) 、career self-efficacy(SE)

Pages: 1 - 7 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-19

2. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURIAL (BUSINESS) EDUCATION

Authors: ALMAS IKRAM KAYANI , SAIRA MAQBOOL

Abstract: The fundamental inspiration behind the investigation was to dissect the amount of Entrepreneurial instruction in the “Sustainable development”. The point of this examination is to discover the connection between” Sustainable developments through entrepreneurial (business) education”. This examination was descriptive in nature. Qualitative research method was utilized.The population was female Heads of Technical and Vocational associations. Simple Random sampling Technique was used.Interview guide were developed for heads. The data was analyzed through Percentages. It was assumed that Government ought to present Entrepreneurship courses from Matric and school level. In Entrepreneurial instruction a considerable measure of positive changes can be envisioned like upgraded mindfulness in regards to an assortment of social, budgetary,specialized, professional and preparing issues with the assistance of appropriate guiding system.Appropriate direction and support from government and

Keywords: Entrepreneurial, Education, Business, sustainable, Development.

Pages: 8 - 14 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-20

3. THE PEDAGOGY OF ENGAGEMENT: A STUDY OF ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

Authors: NG FOONG PENG , SIVARAMAN KUPPUSAMY , SUCHARITA SRIANGAM , TAMILSALVI MARI

Abstract: Architecture education, have not changed over years, and this would be its greatest fear. Current teaching pedagogies in architecture education have been criticized by academia, industry and public as the graduates are unable to meet the society and industry demands. Architecture instructors often pay more attention to physical models and drawing produced by students rather than the students experience of real life engagements with external communities.Moreover, the students hardly experience the real life projects thus their learning experiences are limited. Various literatures have reported on students enhanced learning experiences in academic service-learning projects with real community partnerships. However, there are fewer published studies on architecture students learning experience using servicelearning.Therefore, this study addresses the gap in the literatures as it examines the architecture students learning experience using the service-learning pedagogy in forming community

Keywords: Learning experience; architecture; service-learning; community; partnership

Pages: 15 - 20 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-21

4. THE EFFECT OF TAX KNOWLEDGE, REWARD, AND ENFORCEMENT STRATEGIES ON SMES TAX COMPLIANCE BEHAVIOR [

Authors: AMRIE FIRMANSYAH , I PUTU FAJAR DIPAYANA PUTRA

Abstract: This research is aimed at providing empirical evidence on the effect of tax knowledge, reward, and enforcement strategies on SMEs tax compliance. Small and Medium Enterprises(SMEs) tax compliance on the islands of Bali and Lombok is low due to the imbalance between their low tax revenue contribution with the percentage of the total SME registered to entire business that reached ± 97%. This study is quantitative research using primary data. Using purposive sampling,this study selects 201 SMEs that are located in Bali and Lombok island as samples.The examination uses the multiple regression analysis.The study suggests that, except the deterrence approach of enforcement strategies, all independent variable used in this study have the positively significant correlation on SMEs tax compliance level.

Keywords: tax compliance, tax knowledge, reward, enforcement strategies, SMEs

Pages: 21 - 28 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-22

5. THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT ON INSIDER TRADING: EVIDENCE FROM THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF THAILAND

Authors: CHAYANIT LAONIRAMAI , NAREERAT TAECHAPIROONTONG

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine insider trading behavior reaction to news announcement by using firms listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). The results show that the information content are significant to insider buys but not to insider sells. In other words,only insider buys are associated with abnormal returns. However, corporate news disclosures greatly impact insider sells. Trading before good news announcement shows significant abnormal return for both sells and buys, specifically, insider buys prior to good news significantly impact on stock prices.

Keywords: insider trading, event study, abnormal return, Thailand

Pages: 29 - 35 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-23

6. HYBRID PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS FOR ADDERSSING NEGATIVE ATTRIBUTES OF TRADITIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN SRI LANKA

Authors: HIMALI EKANAYAKE , MOHAMMAD FADHIL MOHAMMAD , RADUWAN BIN IDAR

Abstract: Construction project performance is criticised for high failure rates due to challenges associated with the complexity, nature and dynamism of environment. The research in this area suggest that practicing better project management methods are essential and urgent. Therefore the research focused on better project management concepts that are capable of addressing deficiencies of Traditional Project Management (TPM) and reduce project failures. The research of project management has turned in to a new era where hybrid concepts are evolving. In this research it is expected to derive a hybrid of lean and agile concepts that can be applied in construction project management.This paper use the results of an extensive literature survey on concepts such as lean and agile,hybrid approach of project management and the survey results of the industry regarding expected attributes of a new project management approach. A hybrid conceptual framework is drafted absorbing the strong attributes of Lean

Keywords: construction project management, hybrid concepts, lean, agile

Pages: 36 - 42 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-24

7. ROLE OF WTO IN BALANCING TRADE, ENVIRONMENT, PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOVEREIGNTY

Authors: MD RABIUL ISLAM RABI , TASNIA HASAN

Abstract: This paper examines the role of World Trade Organization (WTO) in balancing the nexus between trade liberalization, environmental protection, public health safety and sovereignty. The paper analyses seven WTO cases by analyzing the cases on US-Gasoline, US-Shrimp, US- Clove Cigarettes, ECAsbestos,Australia-Tobacco Plain Packaging,Australia-Apples,Canada- Pharmaceutical Patents which were lodged to Dispute Settlement Body in various grounds of trade restrictions. This study considers the legal elements of GATT/WTO ‘exceptions’ to non-discrimination principles with regards to health concerns(human, animal, plant) and evaluate its interpretation and practical scope of application in the WTO cases. A cautious analysis of the rulings reveals that governments may pursue environmental and health goals if they do not discriminate among their trade partners and can provide scientific support for their regulations.

Keywords: International Trade, WTO, GATT, Public Health, Environment.

Pages: 43 - 47 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-25

8. SERVICE FACTORS INFLUENCING DECISION MAKING OF UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION (USO NET) A CASE STUDY OF CHONBURI PROVINCE THAILAND

Authors: NATCHAPON PHUENGYAEM , SERMSIT SOISODSRI , YINGYOS SRIBOONRUANG

Abstract: The research aims to study factors influencing decision making of Universal Service Obligation (USO NET) in Chonburi province. A random sample of 400 was selected from a population of 400 people who live in Khna Pra Doo District,Klong Tum Roo, Mung Knong Preu Mueng District, Huay Yai,Bang Pra District. The results reveal that the sample was female counted as 57 percent, age 31-40 years counted as 27 percent,vocational school diploma counted as 28.75 percent, monthly income 10,001-20,000 baht counted as 51.0 percent, married counted as 49.25 percent, farmers counted as 22.25 percent, 2-4 family members counted as 55 percent, and distance from USO NET 501-900 meters counted as 27.5 percent. The respondents show most interests in the significance of USO NET in their family and community. The hypothesis results show that personal factors had an influence on decision making of USO NET in Chonburi province regarding different life styles and necessity in using the Internet.

Keywords: Rural/ USO NET

Pages: 48 - 53 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-26

9. INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATION FROM ATTENTION TO DISTINCTION

Authors: ABDULMOUNIMTAHA ALI

Abstract: The distinction or uniqueness means a way of explanting the inner personality of an individual or a certain environmental society together with their interests. This way of explanation has resulted from the development of different aspects of features and techniques throughout the centuries.Interior design, along with its elements and components, are considered as one of the environmental features. These features point out the degree and positional status of individuals as well as groups or societies in general. This happens with regard to economy, behaviors, ambitions anddesire toward uniqueness as well.

Keywords: Distinction,Uniqueness, Influence, Human, nature

Pages: 54 - 70 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-30

10. CORRECT POSTURE OF HUMAN BEINGS FOR PAIN REDUCTION USING EMG SIGNALS

Authors: A. S. ARORA , PRATIBHA TYAGI , VIKAS RASTOGI

Abstract: Pain is an unpleasant feeling, which causes discomfort and can range from mild to chronic. It can be due to physical and emotional experience. About 80 % of adults experience low back pain (LBP) at some point in their lifetimes.The purpose of this study is to record the sEMG signals of the human back to enlighten the correct posture to be maintained to reduce pain due to the different occupations, especially in the low back region. The spine especially lumbar vertebrae are considered as major elements to diagnose the lower back problems. These lower back disorders are mainly caused due to the various dynamic stresses developed by the compression of the lumbar vertebrae. Surface electrodes were used to record EMG of lower back, in the forward and backward direction from Yaxis,placed at different positions of vertebrae of the lumber region to have a view on the stress level of muscles involved in the movement. In this paper few features of EMG signals are analyzed using MATLAB.The presen

Keywords: Lumbar vertebrae, Back Posture, Low back pain, EMG signal

Pages: 71 - 73 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-34

11. THE ROLE OF JUDICIARY IN GOOD GOVERNANCE A CASE STUDY OF PAKISTAN

Authors: KHALID IRAQI , MUSTAFA HYDER

Abstract: The paper is an outcome of our PhD thesis in which we have introduced a Model for Good Governance.Man has always struggled to build a society which guarantee essentials for human existence. The foundation of good governance has its roots in the fulfillment of fundamental human rights. This can be assured and protected by judiciary. Government is an institution about decision making and implementation of policies made for the betterment of the society and Justice is the first feature of social organizations and social development in all societies. Today, major concern is the role of Judiciary in attaining good governance especially in respect to the society restructuring and the development of an autonomous judiciary.The substantial issues of sustainable political, economic, social and judicial development are of good governance. The terminology of good governance is gaining more attention in last few decades. A lot of pressure lies on government for making sure that good governance pre

Keywords: Good Governance, Judiciary, Eunomia

Pages: 74 - 78 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-35

12. USING EFFECTIVENESS INDEX TO SUPPORT THE PUBIC INVESTMENT EVALUATION PRACTICAL STUDY OF MINISTRY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY IN IRAQ

Authors: ANWAR MUSTAFA HASAN

Abstract: This Study seeks to demonstrate Using Effectiveness Index in the promotion of Pubic Investment Evaluation in the all sectors for the Ministry of Sciences and Technology in Iraq, the research has identified the problem by raising the following question: what role of Using Effectiveness Index to support the Pubic Projects Investment Evaluation?, and how the leaders’ Ministry of Sciences and Technology in Iraq face challenges in making Investment, they must to create good Investment projects. The using of Effectiveness Index will relate to achieve organization objectives, it’s important to quantify success in some way, to ensure evaluation results are objective, valid, reliable, and repeatable this research reviews the examines the effectiveness Index-aided Investment decisions makers.

Keywords: Effectiveness, Index, support, Pubic Investment, Evaluation,Practical Technology, Iraq

Pages: 79 - 79 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-160-3-36

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