The Journal of Sociological Research is a peer-reviewed journal, published by Macrothink Institute in collaboration with Human Resource Management Academic Research Society (HRMARS). The journal aims at developing and refining a body of knowledge about human social structure and activity, sometimes with the goal of applying such knowledge to the pursuit of social welfare. Its subject matter ranges from the micro level of face-to-face interaction to the macro level of societies at large.
The Journal of Sociological Research aims at developing and refining a body of knowledge about human social structure and activity, sometimes with the goal of applying such knowledge to the pursuit of social welfare. Its subject matter ranges from the micro level of face-to-face interaction to the macro level of societies at large. The journal is multi-disciplinary and serves both academic and practitioner audience. A variety of topics relevant to the journal are as follows:
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Vol 5, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Achievements of Junior Secondary School Students in Essay writing in French Using Activity based and Lecture Methods|
|Borode. Bolaji. R||Pages 1-6|
|Connection between epic and play in Shahnameh: Comparative Study of Cognitive Drama features in two Stories of “Rostam and Sohrab” and “Rostam and Esfandiar”|
|Rahmatollah Valadbeigi, Tahereh Babakhani||Pages 7-18|
|Number of Allocations as a Measure of “Within-Person Item-Incompleteness” (WPII): 2005 to 2010 Data from the American Community Survey|
|Carlos Siordia||Pages 19-31|
|Recent Trends in Gender Wage Inequality in the United States|
|Jing Shen||Pages 32-48|
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