Vol 1. No 1.December 2013
This is book number 58 in the publication of Arab American Encyclopedia supported by Dr. Hasan Yahy. The book titleis: IHS International Humanities Studies, Vol 1. No 1.December 2013
Authored by Hasan A Yahya, Assisted by Bassam Banat, Assisted by Christopher Ashcroft 6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm) Black & White on White paper 122 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1502300935 (CreateSpace-Assigned) ISBN-10: 1502300931 BISAC: Social Science / Research
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This is the first Issue from the IHS, published in a book form. It covers four social and humanitarian articles in various areas: The Encyclopaedia of the Qur’an and the Orientalist terminology of Islam: The imposition of translated equivalents to avoid translation. A case of teleology in research and translation. By Aejandro R Burgos & Nicolás R. Nebot. The Exploitation of Women in Northern Africa: The Case of Morocco by Mª Teresa González Santos. and Palestinian Martyrdom Operations (Al-Amaliyat Al-Istishhadiya) from an Israeli Perspective by Bassam Banat. Intercultural Pragmatics in Foreign Language Learning by Isabel C. Narváez & José M. Zambrana. At the end, two Abstracts are included. This attempt, however is to promote the IHS articles published electronically, but separately, The aim of the IHS is is to contribute in the dissemination of up –to-date process of scientific knowledge in the field of humanities studies all over the world, especially in sociology & political sciences, anthropology, criminology, archaeology, business & economics, cross cultural studies, development, education, geography, history, gender & women, law, library, media, linguistics, philosophy, methodology and statistics, psychology, social work or any other related fields. We recommend these issues in paperback for libraries, stores and professional institutions worldwide. We also encourage professionals as well as graduate student to respond to “Call for papers”. We look forward to answer any comments may contribute in enhancing this publication. The IHS Headquarter is in Jerusalem, but the board members represent USA, Spain, Australia, Netherlands, Poland and Palestine (the occupied territory). The Chief Editor and the associate editors are professional personnel, represent various topics of humanities and social sciences. We expect Supporting this publication through reading the content electronically on Kindle, or having copies on paperback through Amazon.