November 2018

 
November 2018

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THE IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP ON THE JOB PERFORMANCE IN THE LIBYAN INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
Ibrahim Saeed Ali Zidan; Suriana Ramli

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The purpose of this study to test the impact of leadership on the job performance within the Libyan industrial sector. This sector has witnessed a dramatic changes over the last decade, which is due to the unstable situation of Libya country. The cross-sectional method is used to investigate the impact of leadership on the job performance. A sample of 365 employees from the industrial sector participated in the study. The finding of this study revealed a significant impact of leadership on the job performance within the Libyan industrial sector. This study was limited to the industrial companies registered under the Libyan chamber of commerce, other industrial companies that out of the chamber of commerce criteria are excluded. The result of this study provides an evidence of the leadership impact on improving the job performance, which harnesses the company management to adopt better leadership orientation that ensure higher job performance
FULL TEXT PDF 1-5 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2018.2103

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EDUCATION FOR PEACE IN LIBYAN UNIVERSITIES – A CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE, ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT–ALKUFRAH, BENGHAZI UNIVERSITY
Mahmoud Ahmida Moftah Ahmida Aboualya; Ahmad Mohamad Ahmad Bader

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This paper sheds the light on peace education within EFL curricula at some Libyan universities, within activities that encourage peace, dialogue, and tolerance in the English-language classroom at university level. It also includes ways of implementing peace education in English Language classroom. Which have to take a place among English language educational and teaching curricula within language policy and syllabuses design under clear objectives that serve and respect our cordial and hormonal relations. The descriptive, analytical, and critical approaches have used to work together to draw truths and facts in details for peace education in Libya. The results indicated that all educational stages have the opportunities to enact and interact actively and positive towards their societies by using an educational system for peace. Education peace and pedagogy policy have to play vital roles in Libyan education system especially at Alkufrah city / Faculty of Art and Science at University of Benghazi. The role of English educational curricula is not just inclusively implemented for bare language and linguistics usages rather affecting the society positively through peace, tolerance, values and newly adapted concepts for learning outcomes
FULL TEXT PDF 1-8 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2018.2102

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ONLINE PURCHASE INTENTION: THE ROLE OF CULTURE
Mazen Mohammed Atallah; Mohammed Abdulellah Yousuf Saeed, Dhia Ali Noman

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The purpose of this study is to understand the role of culture in online purchase intentions. Although studies have recognized and provided compelling arguments that culture is an important determinant of consumers’ intention to purchase online, the current literature is clear that the theoretical foundation of culture is limited; few have investigated the role of culture in the online purchase context. Based on review of relevant literature, this article finds that culture plays a significant role in an online purchasing context and affects the behavior of social network users and their intention to purchase on social commerce sites. Understanding the role of culture in the online context will provide researchers with a comprehensive tool to analyze the interaction between web and e-commerce characteristics and cultural characteristics, and provide practitioners with different approaches to succeed in different countries.
FULL TEXT PDF 1-12 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2018.2101

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