International Journal of Childhood, Counselling, and Special Education

International Journal of Childhood, Counselling, and Special Education (CCSE) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published Quarterly by Refaad, covers a broad scope of disciplines including Empirical research, survey research, theoretical articles, literature reviews, and book reviews in all aspects of Intervention Childhood (IC), Intervention Counselling (IC) and Special Education (SE). The journal accepts manuscripts in the form of original research articles, Review articles, short communication, Case report, Letter-to-the-Editor and Editorials for publication.


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Human Rights Insights into School and Community Viewpoints of Girl-Child Schooling in Rural Areas of Chadiza District, Eastern Province, Zambia

Daniel L. Mpolomoka , Musonda Luchembe , Peter Sampa , Selina Banda , Joseph Mandyata , Christine Mushibwe , Tuke Chulu , Mutinta Matimba

Objective: To establish school and community viewpoints of girl-child schooling in rural areas of Chadiza District, Eastern Province of Zambia. Methods: The study used qualitative research methodology, particularly following the narrative inquiry. The sample comprised 2 primary schools in the district ...

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Spiritual Intelligence among Blinds and Sighted Students in Palestine

Suheir Sabbah

Objectives: The study aimed to compare spiritual intelligence among blinds and sighted students in Palestine, while also investigating the influence of demographic variables such as gender, place of residence, educational level, and level of disability Methods: Employing a Comparative Descriptive methodology, ...

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Deconstructing Gender Stereotypes in Children Literature “Chotti Si Munni”: An Application of Feminist Theory

Maria Ajmal , Kashif Gull , Muhammad Arfan Lodhi

Objectives: The aim of the research is to explore the significance of Nursery Rhymes within the lives of children and the way they make contribution to the formation of personal identity of children especially in female. The research claims that children's literatures can nurture and unconsciously but ...

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