Hyeonhi Regina Park, Kunjoo Daegon Andrea Kim, Jiah Anna Kim, Rosa Kim, Alain Hamon, Sohwa Therese Kim, SookJa Nam, Sookja Martha Min, Kisoon Cecile Song, Changyoo Paul Park, YongKook Kim, Josh Sullivan, Zheng-xin Li, Sangdeog Augustin Kim
South Asian Res J Human Soc Sci | Pages : 1-4
DOI : 10.36346/sarjhss.2019.v01i01.001
Professor Hwang Lee (Toegye) (in the year of 1501-1570) lived in Li dynasty, and he is one of the most famous philosopher not only in Korea but also in Japan. His image is printed in the money of 1000 won (around 1 dollar), and the money is used most frequently in Korea. If the people of ancient Korean, Maeg country, our ancestors, gained on the battle with the people of Chinese Yeon country on 661 B.C., the thought of the next negative things by the present Korean people does not occur. Unfortunately Maeg defeated. If the Maeg people who spoke Korean language gained the battle, Tcheonzamun did not come out into the world. Because both Maeg people's difficulty were described in Tcheonzamun.
South Asian Res J Human Soc Sci | Pages : 5-9
DOI : 10.36346/sarjhss.2019.v01i01.002
Differences between global and local; society and individual; traditional cultural norms and modernity; long-term and short-term goals; pressures for competition and provisions for equality of opportunities; growth of knowledge and our ability to assimilate and accommodate it; and spiritual and materialistic values often lead to conflicts and disturb the peaceful climate in the society as well as inner peace of mind.. Nan-Zhao (2004) stated “A culture of peace reflects ‘active, positive, participatory process where diversity is respected, difference is tolerated, dialogue is encouraged, and conflicts solved in a spirit of mutual understanding and co-operation’ Culture of peace is needs a transformation of values, attitudes and behaviours. Education can develop favourable attitudes towards peace among students living in a complex society. The present study has been done to study peace-attitudes of students studying in high school and Ph.D. classes.
Aina Jacob Kola, Abdulrahman, Abdulgafar Opeyemi, Abdulwasiu Adebayo Azeez
South Asian Res J Human Soc Sci | Pages : 10-14
DOI : 10.36346/sarjhss.2019.v01i01.003
This is a review paper focusing on the acquisition of entrepreneurial skills in science through the authentic learning strategy to solve the youth unemployment problem in Nigeria. The youth unemployment in Nigeria is observed to be on the increase as indicated by statistics, and the various interventions seem not to be yielding significant results. It is on this background that the paper suggests the entrepreneurial skills through the authentic learning paradigm in Nigeria. The authors asserted that entrepreneurial skills are critical to job creation and self-employability because it enhances creativity and critical thinking skills. The authentic learning is a learning model that connects what the students learned in the classroom to the real-life, challenges and application. Some topics in science among many were identified in this thesis where students could acquire entrepreneurial skills that could make them self-employed after graduation. The paper identified some implications of the paper and make suggestions for future studies.
South Asian Res J Human Soc Sci | Pages : 15-20
DOI : 10.36346/sarjhss.2019.v01i01.004
Research generally implies diligent and systematic enquiry to discover or refine facts of knowledge in any particular field of endeavor. The essence of research in any field is to extend knowledge, and to cope with the demand of the area, a valid approach has to be developed by experts and specialists of the domain. Therefore, this paper examines the method used by the Quran‟s interpreters that is Mufassirun which they used in their Tafasir and it can be used in any Islamic-related research nowadays. Also this paper explains the standered method used by Muhaddithun in the Sanad and Matan of the Hadith when analyzing its authenticity or quality. The method used when conducting this research is analytical method.
South Asian Res J Human Soc Sci | Pages : 21-26
DOI : 10.36346/sarjhss.2019.v01i01.005
Mu‟tazila is one of the theologian schools of thought of the Muslims. They got originated in the eighth century Hijri when a student Wasil bin Ata made differences on some Islamic issues with his teacher Al-Hassan Al-Basri. The differentiating point between the two was; what will be the position of a person after committing a major sin? He/ She will be Muslim or not? Wasil bin Ata was of the view that such a person will be in an intermediate position neither (Neither Muslim nor non-Muslim) and he called him (Al Manzila Bayn Al-Manzilatain). This was a new idea and terminology presented by Wasil bin Ata for the first time. This article discusses the position of Mu‟tazilah as, their major doctrines and the differences with the basic Islamic believes and their effects on Muslim society. Also the paper will discuss the minor doctrines Mu‟tazilah such as rejecting of vision Allah in the day of resuscitation, creation of the Glorious Qur‟an, Good and Evil among others. Furthermore, the paper highlights on the unity of Muslims as a Unity of Muslims as a Prerequisite for Successful Islamic Civilisation, aims of unity in the Muslim Ummah, Reasons for this unity among the Muslims, and remedies on how to achieve unity in the Muslim Ummah.
South Asian Res J Human Soc Sci | Pages : 27-33
DOI : 10.36346/sarjhss.2019.v01i01.006
There could be no causal connections in the world because if there were there would be counterfactual facts, and there are no such facts. Cognition of the world must employ counterfactual statements, roughly of the form “If p were true, then q would be true,” but obviously there are no counterfactual facts.
Professor Aamir Abdullahi Hamza
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Medical sciences"
Dr. Mohamad Fazli Sabri
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Business and Management"
Dr. Fatmir Shehu
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences"
Dr. Sunil Kumar
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Agriculture and Fisheries"
Prof. Helme Ahmed Altaee
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Oral and Dental Sciences"
Dr. Md. Habibur Rahman
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences"
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