Contemporary Studies in Social Sciences

Contemporary Studies in Social Sciences (CSSS) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal,published Biannually by Refaad. The journal aims to publish refereed research in social issues in its various branches and specializations, activate the movement of scientific research in these issues at the Arab and international levels, in accordance with distinguished international professional standards, with the participation of elites of distinguished international members and reviewers, participate in building a knowledge society through the dissemination of purposeful and qualitative research that helps to develop and advance society, and actively participate with universities and local, regional, and global scientific research centers to enrich the research movement in the social field.

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Quality of Life among Working Women in Light of Some Demographic Variables: A Study on A Sample of Working Women at Imam Mahdi University

Eltaher Ali Eltaher Eldaffa

Objectives: This research aimed to discover the following aims: the general characteristic of the quality in light of some demographic variables among women working at Imam Mahdi University, verifying the existence of a relationship between the quality of life and the educational level of women working ...

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Philosophy and the Crisis of Education and Culture at Arendt Thought

Asmaa Mohamed Helmy Arief

Objectives: This study aims to detect the starting point of the crises that happened in Education and Culture by the philosophical analysis which Hannah Arendt (1906 - 1975) had discussed. In Arendt's account, we can understand the genesis of the crisis as a pre-strategy to fix it. In fact, thinking ...

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Cognitive Biases among Divorced Women According to Some Variables

Fawwaz Ayoub Momani , Hind Ghazi Al- Mhalhel

Objectives: The purpose of the current study is to investigate the cognitive biases among divorced women in northern Badia at Mafraq governorate according to (age, post, educational level and number of children) variables. The sample of the study consisted of (415) divorced women. Methods: To achieve ...

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Qatar 2022 World Cup Cultural Celebration: An Arabic Model of Cultural Diplomacy

Khalida Sammour

Objectives: This study reports the findings of a research into cultural diplomacy and sport. It aims to analyse the role of cultural diplomacy and sports culture in establishing the grounds for a mutual cultural dialogue among different societies. The study also aims to investigate the impact of diplomatic ...

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Book Review in Political Geography: Rereading “The New Map” by Daniel Yergin

Young-Jin Ahn , Zuhriddin Juraev

Objectives: The study aims to reevaluate the core issues presented in Daniel Yergin's "The New Map" from a political geography standpoint. Our objectives include analyzing the relationship between geographic factors, energy distribution, and their impact on international relations. We seek to uncover ...

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Is “Chat GPT” Going to Replace Academia? A Critical Review from the Sociological Perspective

Riya Singh , Agnivesh Pandey

Objectives: The study aims to assess the role of ChatGPT in academics and to explore the potential risks of using chat GPT in academia. Methods: The study has used a descriptive research design by following a qualitative method using the secondary data. Various studies, researches, websites and reports ...

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Travis Hirschi’s Social Control Theory (SCT): Yoruba Family-Value and Domestic Violence Against Married Women

OLATUNDE, Oluwafemi Imisioluwa

Objectives: Domestic violence against married women (DVAMW) is a major challenge facing many married women in family-relationships today. Its menace is not only altering the expected peaceful union and unity in family-settings but, equally, affecting most married-victims from performing their necessary ...

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