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    • Evidence-based strategies to support children’s emergent literacy in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries 

      Ibrahim A. Al-Qaryoutia; Fathi M. Ihmeideh; Ghanem J. Al bustami; Moayyad A. Homidie (Taylor & Francis, 2006)
      his study was designed to examine teachers’ reported use of evidence-based strategies to support children’s emergent literacy in Arab countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The study participants comprised 644 ...
    • Hindu Ethical Considerations in Relation to Tax Evasion 

      Sanjoy Bose (Springer, 2011-11-25)
      The subject of Hindu ethics, and literature pertaining to it, stretches through 3,000 years of history and represents a vast array of research and analysis by both Indian and Western scholars. Yet, discerning a clear set ...
    • The Increase of Literal Translation: A Feature of Globalization 

      Tara Moayad (Librairie du Liban Publishers, 2010)
      Due to globalization translation has become more vital than it has ever been in human life for the transmission of human knowledge and communication. In this paper I argue, by means of an analytical and deductive approach ...
    • Market segmentation in a publishing market 

      Cherian, Jacob (MEPA, 2006)
      In today's competitive business world, it is not possible to sell everything to everyone. There are different types of customers, each with different needs and wants, tastes and preferences, different purchasing power ...