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The Sociologists’ Struggle for a European Identity

By Marinus Ossewaarde

University of Twente, Netherlands

Sociology

Published: Aug 10, 2017 | pg. no: 12

Abstract: In recent years, the European identity has been widely researched by sociologists who take an interest in mass and elite identification with the European project. In this article it is argued that the European identity is not only a research object for sociologists interested in identification: it is also their creation. Sociologists theorize and shape a European identity in, by and through their ...[Read more]

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Trust and Marital Satisfaction among Single and Dual Career Couples

By Ammara Asif

Life Counseling Center, UAE

Sociology

Published: Feb 20, 2018 | pg. no: 17

Abstract: The present study examined the role of trust in marital satisfaction in a sample of 50 couples including 25 single & 25 dual-career couples. Moreover, gender differences were also studied. Enrich Marital Satisfaction Scale (Fowers & Olson, 1993), and Trust Scale (Rempel, Holmes & Zanna, 1985) were used to measure the constructs. The age of the sample ranged from 18 to 55 years .Multiple regression ...[Read more]

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Emotional intelligence and academic achievements among 11th graders

By Ammara Asif

Department of Psychology, My Psychologist Community, Life Counseling Center, Dubai

Sociology

Published: Aug 21, 2018 | pg. no: 1-18

Abstract: The present study was intended to investigate the relationship between emotional intelligence and academic achievements among 11th graders. The convenient sampling technique used to draw the sample of (N =120) from different colleges of district Chakwal, Pakistan. The Wong & Law Emotional Intelligence Scale (Wong & Law, 2002) was used to measure the construct. Pearson correlation demonstrated t ...[Read more]

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