The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi <p><strong>The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention </strong></p> <p>(The IJSSHI).<strong>&nbsp;</strong>It is an international refereed &nbsp;journal in English published Monthly. The IJSSHI is an international peer-reviewed, electronic, online journal in English that provides rapid publication of articles in all areas of the social science, humanity and linguistics. The IJSSHI will cater to needs of all those researchers and academicians looking forward to contribute through their knowledge, skills and abilities in the field of social science &amp; humanity. The IJSSHI is a publication model that enables the wide dissemination of research articles to the global community without restriction. Thus, all articles published under open access can be accessed by anyone with internet connection.</p> Valley International Journals en-US The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention 2349-2031 Verbal Phraseological Units (in Nakhchivan Dialects) https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi/article/view/2071 <p>The article examines the structure and frequency of use of the verb in dialects as a phraseological unit. Since the verb plays an important role in enriching the vocabulary of our language, it also manifests itself in a phraseological basis.</p> <p>Verbs, in the literary language and in Nakhchivan group of dialects are rich with their polysemy, omonism, synonymy, and in general, lexical-semantic features. This wealth reveals the importance of the role of the verb in the formation of phraseological units.</p> <p>&nbsp;Both in the literary language and in the vocabulary of Nakhchivan dialect, the verb can be used in different meanings in different phraseological units. For example, in Nakhichivan dialect the word “vurmag” (to beat) means different meanings in different phraseological units: yashmag vurmag - to hide a face; pal vurmag - obstruct; hava vurmag - carpet weaving; gahra vurmag - hang around (Shahbuz); peyvas vurmah - vaccinate (Sharur); sadama vurmah - to harm; myrt vurmah - chat (Nakhichevan); tin vurmah - coal poisoning (Ordubad), etc. As can be seen from the examples, the verb “vurmag” consists of eight different meanings within eight different phraseological units.</p> <p>Variance and synonymy, which are ones of the types of phraseological units, are more noticeable in Nakhichevan group of dialects.</p> Shakar Mammadova (Gadimly) Haywaly Copyright (c) 2019 The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2019-05-07 2019-05-07 6 5 5407 5411 10.18535/ijsshi/v6i5.01 The exploitation of movie sets in filming locations https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi/article/view/2061 <p>Without a doubt, movies are generally perceived, by the public, as a series of images projected in the cinema halls. Consequently, the fact that a number of steps is required for a film to reach cinemas, is often overlooked.</p> Sofia Gourgoulianni Copyright (c) 2019 The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2019-05-13 2019-05-13 6 5 5412 5416 10.18535/ijsshi/v6i5.02 Mourning Protocol Details and the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Applicability https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi/article/view/1928 <p>The paper presents details of sessions taken place for a mourning female patient case study with cognitive behavior theoretical basis. The main objective is to present the clinical intervention: the list of cognitive distortions linked to the mourning process, the challenge of dysfunctional thinking, inventory scores and the coping card built along with the patient. It describes the step by step in the care of a mourning patient and proves the effectiveness of the chosen protocol for this purpose. The results show that after the application of the focused and structured protocol there was significant improvement in the patient’s interpretations regarding her son’s death. The evidences towards such a conclusion are the greater capacity of the interpretation’s understanding and reassessing, the emission of functionally more effective behavior in producing more reinforcing consequences for the patient in face of missing her son, and more positive emotions.</p> Graziele Zwielewski Vânia Sant´ Anna Copyright (c) 2019 The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2019-05-13 2019-05-13 6 5 5417 5423 10.18535/ijsshi/v6i5.03 Ande-Ande Lumut Folklore as the Builder of Youth Character https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi/article/view/2102 <p>The purpose of this study was to describe the various characters found in Ande-ande Lumut's tale. The method used is qualitative descriptive method. Researchers act as instruments as well as data collectors. The source of this research data is the fairy tale of Ande-ande Lumut. The data of this study are related to four things including character education in the form of quotations containing narrative exposures that represent: (1) intrinsic elements, (2) the scope of character education, (3) the elements used by the author to convey character education, and (4) Javanese character character education patterns. Data collection techniques are carried out by researchers. The process of data analysis begins with reviewing all data available from various sources, reducing data, predicting the need for new data collection due to data clutter when linked to the entire range of problems, and compiling in units determined in the data classification. Next, check the validity of the data and interpret the data. The results of this study are the discovery of seven values ​​of character education namely honesty, work, hard, independent, have a high curiosity, have a sense of friendship and communicative, and love peace.&nbsp;</p> Dewi Pusposari Djoko Saryono Wahyudi Siswanto Muakibatul Hasanah Copyright (c) 2019 The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2019-05-20 2019-05-20 6 5 5424 5429 10.18535/ijsshi/v6i5.04 National resilience, country corruption and quality of life: An international study https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi/article/view/2123 <p>The present study examines levels of corruption and quality of life as predictors of national resilience among six samples of students from Australia, Germany, Britain, South Korea, Israel and Greece (<em>N</em>=1199). Results indicated that the level of corruption and quality of life index significantly predicted national resilience: the lower the level of corruption and the higher the level of quality of life, the higher the national resilience reported. Comparing the two predictors indicated that the level of corruption is a better predictor of national resilience compared with the quality of life index. This study points to the significant link between national resilience and corruption among low-level countries in the world's corruption hierarchy.</p> Shaul Kimhi Yarden Oliel Copyright (c) 2019 The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2019-05-20 2019-05-20 6 5 5430 5436 10.18535/ijsshi/v6i5.05 Change Management and Organizational Performance in Selected Manufacturing Companies in Anambra State, Nigeria https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi/article/view/1531 <p>This study examined change management and organizational performance in manufacturing companies in Anambra state, Nigeria. Relevant conceptual, theoretical and empirical literatures were reviewed. This study was anchored on organizational change and Lewin`s Three Step Model . Descriptive survey design was adopted, and primary data was employed. The population for the study was 286 employees working at the selected manufacturing companies in Anambra State. The entire population was used as the sample size for this study.The major instrument used for data collection was the questionnaire.&nbsp; Content Validity was adopted, and the test-retest method was used to test reliability of the research instrument. The study found that technological changes have a positive significant effect on organizational performance in manufacturing companies. Change management strategies have a positive significant effect on organizational performance in manufacturing companies in Anambra state. Leadership changes have a positive significant influence on organizational performance in manufacturing companies in Anambra state. The study concluded that change management has a positive significant effect on organizational performance in manufacturing companies in Anambra state. The study recommends that technology change had influenced employee performance since it simplifies the work to be done,thereby making work more efficient. Organizations which implement new technology should provide proper training to their employees to increase their performance. Every organization should build strong organizational management strategies that help to build good relationships based on their values, norms, behaviours, and perceptions.Leadership changes leaders’ mind-set, style, and behavior.The change process they design as a result of their orientation must encourage employees to want to participate, to choose to contribute, rather than force them to do so.</p> Okeke M. N. Oboreh, J.C Nebolisa O. Esione, U.O Chukwuemeka Odemegwu Ojukwu Copyright (c) 2019 The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2019-05-24 2019-05-24 6 5 5437 5445 10.18535/ijsshi/v6i5.06 Ideology Behind the Ritual of Defembula Kahitela;A Ritual for Planting in the Muna Ethnic Community in Barangka District, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. https://valleyinternational.net/index.php/theijsshi/article/view/2085 <p>Indonesia is known as an agricultural country where most people work as farmers, both as primary or part time jobs. Most of those who make farming as their main job are people who live in rural areas and one of them is the Muna community in Barangka District, Southeast Sulawesi. For the Muna in Barangka Subdistrict, farming is not only exploring or manipulating nature but more like their lives, their safety, especially when it comes to corn farming. Related to this rescue, farming corn becomes a tradition of the Muna community in Barangka Subdistrict which has its own ritual called the Kahitela defembula. For centuries, corn has become the staple food of the Muna people. Maintaining corn for the Muna community means maintaining their traditions. Thus, the ritual of cahitela defembula not only functions for the success of the corn harvest, but also their safety in real life. This ritual is led by a person known as special knowledge. This figure is called parika, whose role is to regulate each stage in the ritual of the Kahitela defembula and ensure the safety of the corn plantation owner and all members of his family. This paper aims to answer the question of what ideologies lie in the ritual of the cahitella defembula which was maintained by the people of Muna in Barangka District for centuries. This paper applies field observations to meet with Parika and corn garden owners directly to collect key data to explore the ideology behind the practice of the cahitela defembula in Barangka District</p> La Ode Syukur Copyright (c) 2019 The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2019-05-24 2019-05-24 6 5 5446 5448 10.18535/ijsshi/v6i5.07