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Journal of Social Studies
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ISSN (Print) 2312-525X - ISSN (Online) 2312-5268
Published by University of Science and Technology, Yemen Homepage  [5 journals]

    • Authors: Tawfiq Abdulbagi Mohammad Thabit
      Pages: 1 - 17
      Abstract: This descriptive study aims at assessing how much technology Yemeni undergraduates prefer to use in their academic courses. Technology amount refers to the amount of information and communication technology used in academic courses of Yemeni universities. Technology amount is ranked as follows: no technology, limited technology, moderate technology, extensive technology, or exclusive technology. Data have been collected through a survey questionnaire offered to a random sample of 620 undergraduates at Taiz University and Al-Saeed University. Five hundred seventy students responded to the questionnaire. 355 (62.28%) and 215 (37.72) respondents belong to each university, respectively. The researcher anarmajore data using SPSS. The analyzed data revealed that only 12.98 percent of surveyed respondents preferred to take courses that do not use any technology while the majority of them (87.2 percent) preferred to take courses that use technology. However, techminded students had different degrees of preference for technology use in their courses. Also, the study found that there was no statistically significant difference among undergraduates on the basis of their demographics except for age, study status, and major. For example, students from engineering and business management showed more interest in the use of technology in their studies compared to other majors. The study has been carried out on two major Yemeni universities. More Yemeni universities should be targeted by future research. The paper dealt only with undergraduate student preferences for technology amount to use in their academic courses. Other aspects like technology skills, benefits, applications, training, and so on can be addressed by future research.
      PubDate: 2023-04-06
      DOI: 10.20428/jss.v29i1.2069
      Issue No: Vol. 29, No. 1 (2023)
  • Common Mistakes Committed and Challenges Faced in Research Proposal
           Writing by University of Aden Postgraduate Students

    • Authors: Lamis Abdulrahman Hasan Abdullah
      Pages: 18 - 30
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the common mistakes committed by the postgraduate students as well as the challenges they faced during writing their proposals. The study obtained a convince sampling in which 15 postgraduate students of English Department, University of Aden were recruited. In this study, the data was collected by using the students' proposals, and their correction forms, as well as using focused group discussion. The researcher analyzed the data and used qualitative analyses i.e., content-based analyses by highlighting the main themes. The findings of the study indicated that the majority of the postgraduate students committed common mistakes such as the choice of an appropriate title, unclear statement of the problem, writing irrelevant literature review, choosing inappropriate methodology, references system was not clear and some plagiarism issues. Moreover, it was investigated that the postgraduate students generally had some challenges in using standard proposal format, writing literature reviews, methodology skills and other supervision issues. These findings are of great importance for instructors at postgraduate program.
      PubDate: 2023-04-06
      DOI: 10.20428/jss.v29i1.2070
      Issue No: Vol. 29, No. 1 (2023)
  • The impact of strategic planning in crisis management

    • Authors: د. محمود عبده ثابت , د. أحمد عبد الرزاق الأنصاري
      Pages: 31 - 51
      Abstract: The study aimed to know the level of application of strategic planning and crisis management and to measure the impact of strategic planning on crisis management in the Free Zone Authority - Aden. In addition to using the simple linear regression method to test the hypotheses of the study by taking a random sample of the employees of the Free Zone Authority - Aden, which amounted to 68 employees - a questionnaire was distributed to the study sample and the data was analyzed. In crisis management, represented in the discovery of early warning signs, damage containment, preparedness and prevention among workers in the Aden Free Zone Authority. The study also showed a weak positive impact of strategic planning on learning and decision-making in the Free Zone Authority - Aden.
      PubDate: 2023-04-06
      DOI: 10.20428/jss.v29i1.2071
      Issue No: Vol. 29, No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Dr. Sylvia Ismail Mohammad Bani Hani
      Pages: 52 - 66
      Abstract: The study aimed to identify the electronic management degree of application in public schools in Hail in light of Saudi Arabia's 2030 vision. The researcher developed a questionnaire consisting of three dimensions: (Management Operations, Human Resources, and Electronic Organization) which was distributed to a random sample of (65) female educational supervisors in public education schools in Hail city. The descriptive analysis method was used in the study. The study concluded that the three dimensions came with a medium mean. The results also showed no variations according to the educational qualification variable. Furthermore, there were significant differences according to the work experience variable, and the differences were for those with more experience.
      PubDate: 2023-04-06
      DOI: 10.20428/jss.v29i1.2072
      Issue No: Vol. 29, No. 1 (2023)
  • Administrative Empowerment and Its Impact on The Creativity of Workers in
           The Government Hospitals Operating in Yemeni Countryside

    • Authors: أ.د. عبد الملك أحمد أحمد المعمري , بشير سلام أحمد سعيد الحمادي
      Pages: 67 - 97
      Abstract: The study aimed to know the level of administrative empowerment with its dimensions (Delegation of Authority, Training, Effective Communication, Workers’ Motivation, and Building Work Teams) and its impact on workers’ creativity in government hospitals operating in the Yemeni countryside. For achieving the study objectives, the descriptive-analytical approach was used, and the study population consisted of all the workers in three governmental hospitals operating in the Al-Hujaria districts in Taiz Governorate: Khalifa Hospital, Al Nashma Hospital, and Alshheed Adnan Hospital, with a total number of (378) individuals. By the comprehensive survey method, the study questionnaire was distributed to the available study population (208) individuals, due to the decrease in employment because of the siege and the security conditions that Taiz is going through. (150) of them responded. Only (145) questionnaires were valid for analysis, at a rate of (70%) of the total distributed questionnaires. By analyzing the data using descriptive analysis methods and simple and multiple regression analysis using the SPSS program, the results of the study concluded that there is a positive impact of administrative empowerment on the workers’ creativity in government hospitals understudy, and also that there is a positive impact of the four administrative empowerment’s dimensions: delegation of authority, training, effective communication, and workers’ motivation on the workers’ creativity; while there was no impact of the team-building on the workers’ creativity in the government hospitals understudy, due to the variation in the workers’ awareness level of administrative empowerment practices.
      PubDate: 2023-04-06
      DOI: 10.20428/jss.v29i1.2073
      Issue No: Vol. 29, No. 1 (2023)
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