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Volume-2 Issue-10: Published on April 15, 2017
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Volume-2 Issue-10: Published on April 15, 2017

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Volume-2 Issue-10, April 2017, ISSN: 2394-0913 (Online)
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Authors:

Batoul Bayali, Mohamed Bahra, Abdelkader Gonegai

Paper Title:

Extension of the Semantic Field of the Word ‘Braking’ via the Benvenistien Dialectic ‘Form / Sense’

Abstract:  In this article we try to show the possibility to proceed on one extension of the semantic field of some words as part of didactic communication. This possibility raises questions about the consistency of distinctions benvenistiennes: categories of thought / language categories ' semiotic / semantic ' and ' form / sense.

Keywords:
Categories of thought / Language categories, Didactic communication, Expressions corpus, Form / Meaning, Semiotic / Semantic.


References:

1.       Benveniste, E. (1966). Problems of general linguistics,  Vol. I, p. 70, Paris, Gallimard.
2.       Benveniste, E. (1966). Problems of general linguistics,  Vol. I, p. 65, Paris, Gallimard.

3.       Benveniste, E. (1974). Problems of general linguistics,  Vol. II, p. 63, Paris, Gallimard.

4.       Benveniste, E. (1974). Problems of general linguistics,  Vol. II, p. 225, Paris, Gallimard.

5.       Benveniste, E. (1966). Problems of general linguistics,  Vol. I, pp. 119-131, Paris, Gallimard.

6.       Benveniste, E. (1974). Problems of general linguistics,  Vol. II, p. 215-238, Paris, Gallimard.

7.       Thom, R. (1980). Mathematical  models of morphogenesis, C. Bourgois, Paris, p. 294.
8.       Milner, J.-C. (1995). Introduction to a language science. P. 99. Seuil Éditions
9.       Milner, J.-C. (1995). Introduction to a language science. P. 132. Seuil Éditions

10.    Brandt P.-A. (2011) morphodynamic Semiotics and Cognition, European Regional Congress of AISV-IAVS, Lisbon Portugal, September, 28, 2011.


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Authors:

P. B. Saranya, S. Poornima

Paper Title:

An Analysis on the Impact of Demonetization on Sector Indices of the Bombay Stock Exchange

Abstract: On November 8th, 2016, Government of India announced its decision to discontinue the legal tender status of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. The primary objectives to discontinue were eliminating fake currency notes, inflicting losses out of black money and disrupting terror activities. Later, it tacked on: turning India into a less cash economy and enabling growth in bank credit. The barometers of Indian stock markets BSE SENSEX and NIFTY dropped down by 300 and 90 points respectively the next day of the announcement.  The Nifty Realty and BSE Realty index gapped down after the day of the demonetization by 11% & 8% respectively. The Nifty Bank and BSE Bankex Index dropped by 5.3% and 5 % respectively. This paper attempts to measure the impact of demonetization on several stock sectors. Among the 19 sector indices of the Bombay Stock Exchange, 14 were selected for analysis. The study reveals that the sector returns and volatility prior and post demonetization do not have high fluctuations. Though some of the indices dropped the next day, they recovered. 

Keywords:
 Demonetization, Stock Markets, Stock returns.


References:

1.    Singh Partap .Dr and Singh Virender, “Impact of Demonetization on Indian Economy”, International journal of science technology and management, volume No: 5, Issue no: 12, December 2016.
2.    Singh Partap, “Depreciation of Rupee in Indian Economy: An Analysis”, International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2, Issue 4, August 2013.

3.    Hardouvelis Gikas A.  “Macroeconomic Information and Stock Prices”, Journal of Economics and Business, 0148-6195/87/$03.50, 1987

4.    Schweet William .G, “The adjustment stock prices to information about inflation”, Journal of finance, Volume: XXXVI, Isssue: 1 , March 1981.

5.    Fama Eugene, Fisher Lawrence, Michael Jensen and Richard Roll, “The Adjustment of Stock Prices to New Information”, International Economic Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, February 1969.

6.    http://www.bseindia.com/

7.    https://www.nseindia.com/

8.    https://www.rbi.org.in/


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Authors:

Shanmathi. R

Paper Title:

Jallian Wala Bagh Massacre and the Birth of Revolutionary Terrorism in the Indian Freedom Struggle

Abstract:  The Jallianwala Bagh Massacre provoked a violent current of horror and dismay all over the country. The scale of destruction caused by the massacre agitated the people to revolt against the British in a more rigid manner. They were prepared in mind and body to pass through the severest ordeals. The large band of revolutionaries of the freedom struggle who chose a life of exile for many years- some for their life far away from their mother land- yeoman’s service to the cause of India’s freedom by propagating true facts about the nature of British Rule in India to people hitherto kept an ignorance or misled by the false propaganda of the British and succeeded in evoking the sympathy of the British. It is they who set an example before the Indians by sacrificing their own life. This paper is an attempt to bring out the hardships underwent by the Indians at the time of massacre and how it ignited them to fight for the nation’s freedom.

Keywords:
  Violent current of horror, revolutionaries, national movement, Independence.


References:

1.       VidyaDhar Mahajan, The Nationalist Movement in India, Sterling Publishers Pvt.Ltd, Bangalore- 560009
2.       P. Gomathinayagam, History of India, Indhra Pathippaham, Pudumandapam, Madurai-625001

3.       Bipan Chandra, India’s Struggle for Independence, Penguin Books

4.       Bipan Chandra,  Freedom Struggle, National Book Trust, India

5.       K..K .Bharadwaj, History of India, Sudha Publications, New Delhi-110008

6.       http://www.jallianwalabagh.com

7.       http://www.facts-about-india.com

8.       http://www.historydiscussion.com

9.       http://www.indianetzone.com 

10.    http://www.gatewayforindia.com

11.    http://www.mapsofindia.com


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Authors:

Fatoş Uğur Eskiçırak

Paper Title:

Use of Focus Groups to Improve a Professional Development Needs Assessment Survey for EFL Instructors

Abstract: This paper focuses on the process followed to further improve a needs assessment survey used for large-scale research which aimed to identify the perceived professional development needs, interests and preferences of EFL instructors working at the preparatory schools of universities. Focus group interviews were mainly used to collect qualitative data to generate new items and refine existing ones in the research instrument. The process of holding focus groups will be described in detail to inform other researchers considering using focus group interviews for the same purposes. 

Keywords:
Focus group, needs assessment survey, English as a Foreign Language instructors, survey development.


References:

1.       Ary, D., Jacobs L. C. & Sorensen C. (2010). Introduction to research in education. (8th Edition). Wadsworth: Cengage Learning.
2.       Bloor, M., Frankland, J., Thomas, M. & Robson, K. (2001). Focus groups in social research. London: Sage Publications.

3.       Dörnyei, Z. (2007). Research Methods in Applied Linguistics. Oxford: OUP.

4.       Eliot, S. (2005) Guidelines for conducting a focus group. Available from https://assessment.trinity.duke.edu/documents/How_to_Conduct_a_Focus_Group.pdf  26 March, 2017

5.       Greenbaum, T. L. (1993). The practical handbook and guide to focus group research. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

6.       Kim, J., Keininger, D.L., Becker, S., and Crawley, J.A. (2005, January). "Simultaneous development of the Pediatric GERD Caregiver Impact Questionnaire (PGCIQ) in American English and American Spanish. "Health and Quality of Life Outcomes [online] 3 (5).

7.       Krueger, R. A. (1998). Developing questions for focus groups. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

8.       Krueger, R. A. (1994). Focus groups: A practical guide for applied research (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

9.       Marczak, M., and Sewell, M. (2007) Using focus groups for evaluation (online) available from https://cals.arizona.edu/sfcs/cyfernet/cyfar/focus.htm 25 March, 2017.

10.    Masadeh, M. A. (2012). Focus group: Reviews & practices. International Journal of Applied Science and Technology. Vol. 2 No. 10; December 2012.

11.    McQuarrie EF (1996) The market research toolbox: A concise guide for beginners. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

12.    Morgan, D.L. (1997). Focus groups as qualitative research. (2nd ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

13.    Morgan, D.L. (1988). Focus groups as qualitative research. Newbury Park, CA: Sage

14.    Patton, M.Q. 1990. Qualitative evaluation and research methods. Newbury Park, California: Sage.

15.    Stewart, D. W. & Shamdasani, P. N. (1990). Focus groups: Theory and practice. California: Sage Publications.

16.    Threlfall, K. D. (1999). "Using focus groups as a consumer research tool." Journal of Marketing Practice: Applied Marketing Science 5, (4) 102-105

17.    Vaughn, S., Schumm, J.S., Jallad, B., Slusher, J. & Saumell, L. (1996) Teachers’ views of inclusion, learning disabilities. Research and Practice, 11, pp. 96-106.


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Authors:

L. Vijayashree, Deepali Jain

Paper Title:

A Study on the Locus of Control and Job Stressors Among Software Engineers Working with Different Clients

Abstract: The main aim for writing the paper is to find out the relationship between locus of control and stress. In the today’s competitive world each and every person is dealing with the stress especially software engineers who are working for the clients during strategic alliances. They have to work with different people from different locations which can lead to stress but if the employees have LOC they can overcome any type of problem. The hypothesis framed finds the significance difference between the locus of control, source of pressure and gender. The OSI questionnaire developed by Cooper et al was used to collect the data. The data was collected from 91 software professionals from 5 companies (listed in NASSCOM) working with clients. Data was analysed by means, descriptive, correlation and ANOVA using SPSS software.  

Keywords: Locus of control, strategic alliance, Internal and ELOC, stress management, occupational stress and sources of pressure.


References:

1.       E. J. Pencocr, P. T. P. Wonc (1996); Anticipatory stress: The relation of locus of control, optimism, and control appraisals to coping; journal of research in personality 30,204_222 article no. ooi4
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14.    Lakshman Vijayashree and Mali Vishalkumar Jagdischchandra (2011) ; Locus of control and job satisfaction: PSU employees Serbian Journal of Management 01; 6(2). DOI: 10.5937/sjm1102193V

15.    Schuler, Randall S (pre-1986) ; An integrative transactional process model of stress in organizations; Journal of Occupational Behavior; Jan; 3, 1; ABI/INFORM Global
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20.    Vishal mali 2013; A Study on Locus of Control and its Impact on Employees’ Performance; International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) ISSN (Online): 2319-7064 December.


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