IBUISC’18 Accepted Abstracts


MANAGEMENT
1 Mazouz Sofiane Algeria University Batna 2 Mustapha Benboulaid, Algeria Strategic Risk Management in the BTPH Case of Realization of a Hydraulic Dam
2 Kabo Diraditsile Botswana Waseda University, Japan Prospects for Involving Young People for Transformative Program Decision Making in Africa: a Case of Youth Development Interventions
3 Mamoona Rasheed Pakistan University of Central Punjab, Pakistan Antecedents and Outcome of Work Family Conflict among Female Employees
4 Salman Iqbal Pakistan University of Central Punjab, Pakistan
ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
5 Heddadi Nour Elhouda Algeria Kasdi Merebah University, Algeria The Impact of Innovative Accompaniment in the Creation of Innovative Mini Enterprises
6 Bendaoud Fatma Zohra Algeria Kasdi Merebah University, Algeria
7 Suleyman Sadikhov Azerbaijan Technical University of Cologne (TH Koln), Germany The Forth Industrial Revolution – Danger or Opportunity?
8 Elchin Suleymanov Azerbaijan Marmara University, Turkey Virtual Currencies: Future of money?
9 Pelontle Maphula Botswana Reitaku University, Japan Youth Unemployment as a Basis for Expansion of Value Addition in the Diamond Mining Industry in Botswana
10 Liliya Ilcheva Bulgaria Sofia University, Bulgaria Education and Economic Development
11 Jean Denis Miala Ndombele Congo University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo Is Entrepreneurial Teaching an Antidote at the Unemployment of Young People in the Democratic Republic of Congo
12 Sangu Mataya Celine Marie de Fatima Congo University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
13 Irina Sukovatova Germany University of Passau, Germany Educational Mobility in Middle-income Countries: Brain Drain vs. Brain Gain
14 Nino Tinikashvili Georgia Tbilisi State University, Georgia Youth Unemployment as a Global Problem (the Example of Georgia)
15 Teona Dvalidze Georgia Tbilisi State University, Georgia
16 Andrea Gatto Italy Parthenope University of Naples, Italy Renewable Energy for Entrepreneurship Boosting
17 Sarbinaz Kylyshpayeva Kazakhstan Zhetysu State University, Kazakhstan Competence of Enterprises and the Ways of their Development
18 Ibrahim Jetullahu Kosovo Rochester Institute of Technology Kosovo (A.U.K.), Kosovo An Analysis of Youth Unemployment in Kosovo: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions
19 Diar Ramadani Kosovo Rochester Institute of Technology Kosovo (A.U.K.), Kosovo
20 Syeda Mouzona Hussain Pakistan University of Central Punjab, Pakistan Role of Social Media in Youth Entrepreneurship
21 Maxim Mayorov Russia Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia Culture, Economics, Youth, You – Where to from here?
22 Yana Sorokina Russia Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia Decision Making Model for Outsourcing by Analysis of Hierarchies of T. Saaty under Fuzzy Environment
23 Vera Leshinina Russia Chelyabinsk State University, Russia The Individualization of Work, as the Basis of Labour Mobility
24 Anna Tatarnikova Russia Vyatka State University, Russia The Franchise Prospects for Youth Entrepreneurship
25 Kirill Suvorov Russia Vyatka State University, Russia
26 Safa Flah Tunisia Sousse University, Tunisia Renewable Energies and the Evolution of Green Jobs
27 Omer Beyazit Turkey Celal Bayar University, Turkey Suspicious Youth for the Future
28 Viktoriia Shumkova Ukraine Sumy National Agrarian University, Ukraine Virtual Currencies and Cryptocurrencies in Ukraine: Trends in Their Introduction
29 Magdalena Miceva Macedonia Goce Delcev University of Stip, Macedonia Rethinking Education: Shaping the Youth’s as the Leaders of the Future in the Hospitality Business Sector
30 Cvetanka Ristova Macedonia Goce Delcev University of Stip, Macedonia
31 Tirana Ameti Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Youth and Rise of Outsourcing Opportunities in Balkan Countries – Case of Bulgaria, Romania and Macedonia
32 Erza Kadriji Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Youth Entrepreneurship
33 Valon Ahmeti Macedonia University of Tetovo, Macedonia University of Tetovo, Macedonia Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology: Reshaping the Future of the Financial World
34 Visar Sulejmani Macedonia University of Tetovo, Macedonia
35 Suzi Grozdanovska Macedonia St. Clement Of Ohrid- Bitola, Macedonia Youth and Unemployment
36 Snezana Sekulovska Macedonia St. Clement Of Ohrid- Bitola, Macedonia
37 Kaltrina Idrizi Macedonia South East European University, Macedonia Youth and Unemployment in our Country
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
39 Enow Clinton Enowachuo Cameroon Cyprus international University, Cyprus Brain Drain vs. Brain Gain
30 Dachi Korinteli Georgia Ilia State University, Georgia EU’s Sanctions against Iran and Russian Federation (Comparative Analysis)
40 Ayoub Farkhondeh Iran Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran China’s Public Diplomacy towards Middle East Countries 2001-2017
41 Mehari Fisseha Ireland Ghent University, Belgium Jobs for Integration? Understanding the Role of Employment as a Tool for Integration in Europe
42 Sara Ferragamo Italy University Of Trieste, Istituto per la Ricerca sul Negoziato, Italy Youth Engagement in NATO’s Redefinition of Relevance: The Change of the Narrative on Security from Threat to Opportunity
43 Daria Petrenko Russia Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics, Russia Youth Participation in NPOs and Volunteering on the Track to Mutual Understanding. The Experience of the EU and Russia
44 Anastasiya Vlaskina Russia St. Petersburg State University, Russia Women’s Migration from Central Asia to Russia
45 Iurii Nikolaev Russia Ural Federal University, Russia Asylum-institute within the Framework of the Inter-American System for Human Rights (on the Example of the United Mexican States)
46 Lyubov Startseva Russia Ural Federal University, Russia
47 Natalia Zubchenko Ukraine University of Warsaw, Poland The Role of Western Balkans in the Intermarium Concept and Baltic-Black Sea States Coalition
POLITICAL SCIENCES
48 Alba Jakupi Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo Waves of Kosovar Migration
49 Greta Avdyli Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo
50 Naid Makhmudov Russia University of Pannonia, Hungary Hungarian Minorities in Romania, Slovakia and Serbia through the Prism of Nationalism
51 Zarina Shagieva Russia Volgograd State University, Russia The Interdependence between the Soft Power and the Student Migration
52 Daria Sanina Russia Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Russia The Political Involvement and Decision Making of Youth
53 Nikita Lyakhovetskiy Russia Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Russia
54 Iaroslavna Mikhailova Russia Marmara University, Turkey “Aksaray cok rengli bir mahalesi”: Ethnicity and Urban Space of Istanbul
55 Stanislav Toropov Russia University of Belgrade, Serbia Comparative Analysis of the Presidential Status in the System of State Governance of Russian Federation and Republic of Serbia
56 Ekaterina Katkova Russia Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia Constructing the Future of the Nation: Youth Policy in Russia
57 Abdifatah Abdi Hared Somalia Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, Turkey Youth Engagement and Good Governance in Somalia
58 Seung Eun Jung South Korea Ewha Womans University, South Korea Measuring the Human Rights Sensitiviy of North Korean Youth Defectors and Analyzing Its Factors – Focusing on the Relevant Types of Human Rights
59 Morris Maboch Madut Kon Sudan Ritsumeikan Univesity, Japan The Agony of Leadership: Evaluating the Role of Youth in South Sudan’s Socio-Political Instability
60 Anastasiia Korotun Ukraine Sumy State University, Ukraine Step Toward Peace
61 Muhammed Fatih Kaytan Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Weakened Youth Women in the Southeastern Anatolia Region and Solutions for Sustainable Empowered Women
PSYCHOLOGY
62 Milica Milovanovic Bosnia and Herzegovina University of Belgrade, Serbia Sweet Child of Mine: Faulkner’s Novel As I Lay Dying as an Epitome of Bowlby and Ainsworth’s Attachment Theory
63 Erekenda Ajeti Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo Mental Disorders and Effects on Youth
64 Zejnepe Grajcevci Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo
65 Anastasiia Besschetnova Russia Saratov National Research State University, Russia Cyberbulling as a Form of Youth’s Destructive Behavior
66 Timur Dogry Turkey Middle East Technical University, Turkey Examining Positive Youth Development from the point of Society Support
67 Irem Orak Turkey Middle East Technical University, Turkey
68 Nefise Shaban Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia The Psychopathology of the Dark Triad and Youth: Toward a Brighter Future
69 Ivana Pemper Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia
70 Melis Bilibani Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Youth over the Stigma on Mental Health
EDUCATION
71 Ulya Shirinzade Azerbaijan Institute of Education of Azerbaijan Republic, Azerbaijan Effective Implementation of Project-based Learning as Method to Increase Learning Quality
72 Jamilbay Zeynalzade Azerbaijan Azerbaijan State Oil & Industry University, Azerbaijan Informal Studies in Azerbaijan
73 Branka Jelicic Croatia University of Split, Croatia “NEET Work” – Youth Changing the Neets
74 Jian Abdullah Noori Iraq Al- Mustansiriya University, Iraq Effect of Home-Based Intervention Programme on Energy Intake among Iraqi Undergraduate Female Students
75 Dlawer Karim Humar Iraq Soran University, Iraq
76 Besa Mulaj Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo How Important is to Invest in Youth? – A Study Conducted in Kosovo and Turkey
77 Sevinc Yildirimli Turkey Cumhuriyet University, Turkey
78 Albana Uka Kosovo University “Isa Boletini”, Kosovo The Need and Importance of Professional Development for Teachers
79 Brigita Aidukaite Lithuania King’s College London, United Kingdom Investing in People’s Education, Science, Technology and Skills Development
80 Syed Hamza Abbas Pakistan University of Central Punjab, Pakistan Modern vs. Traditional Teaching
81 Alvia Raees Pakistan University of Central Punjab, Pakistan
82 Aleksandra Belina Poland Warsaw University, Poland Chile and United States: Academic Protests through the Lenses of the University’s Dynamics of Change
83 Andreea Pausan Romania National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Romania Online Web Tools: Forming a Community of Learning
84 Alina Kitarieva Russia Adyghe State University, Russia Unique Project in the Caucasus. Summer English School to Support Talented Children
85 Leisan Giliazova Russia Kazan Federal University, Russia Youth Leaders of the Future
86 Aliya Gataullina Russia Kazan Federal University, Russia
87 Oksana Besschetnova Russia Balashov Institute of Saratov State University, Russia Educational Trajectories of Children from Restored Biological Families in the Context of Social Inequality
88 Alina Khalikova Russia Higher School of Economics, Russia Radius of Trust: Generational Analysis
89 Ekaterina Anoshina Russia Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education, Russia How Language Helps: The Effects of Multilingualism on the Development of Professional Competencies as Part of University Training
90 Kirill Sosnin Russia Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia “Paideia”: Modern vs. Traditional Teaching
91 Ndeye Borso Tall Senegal University of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom Positive Youth Development Through Human Rights Education: Strategies to Empower Communities in Senegal
92 Jana Zivanovic Serbia University of Belgrade, Serbia www.spider-teacher.com
93 Tamara Karanovic Serbia University of Novi Sad, Serbia The Importance of Young People in Speculative and Critical Thinking and Design
94 Ali Kilicioglu Turkey Ucak University, Turkey Traditional or Technology-Based Classrooms: Students’ Views on Technological Tools Within the Context of Academic Motivation
95 Bobi Vasilevski Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Modern vs. Traditional Teaching
96 Aleksandra Pavlovska Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Usage of E-books vs. Printed Books in the Classroom
97 Gresa Rashiti Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia The Use of Mobile Phones in Foreign Language Learning
98 Fahira Rizvanovic Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Multilingualism as a Step Forward
99 Hadixha Shahini Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Integrating Technology in Language Classroom: Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices
LEGAL STUDIES
100 Artens Lazaj Albania University of Tirana, Albania Law and Development Policies in the Youth Projects
101 Nadia Elalfy Egypt Alexandria University, Egypt Legal Frameworks for Youth Participation in Political Life
102 Olga Dalbinoe France Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Legal Status of Youth as Authors of Violations in Bello and Post Bellum
103 Albulena Uka Kosovo University of Mitrovica, Kosovo Youth Decision Making and the Law
104 Krystyna Romanivna Bakhtina Netherlands Scuola Superiore SantAnna, Italy Problem of Age Discrimination among Young People
105 Entoni Miska Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Roma People as a Minority in Republic of Albania
106 Marija Fileva Macedonia Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Macedonia The Labour Law and the (Un)employment in Republic of Macedonia
COMMUNICATIONS
107 Aizana Tleugazy Kazakhstan Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan Ethnic Stereotypical Context of the Comments to News and Social Sites
108 Edlira Dibrani Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo Youth and Mass Communication: Pros and Cons
109 Endrit Gashi Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo Youth and Mass Communication: Pros and Cons
110 Diellza Mujaj Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo
111 Arjun Giri Nepal Purvanchal University, Nepal Community Radio in Nepal: As a Real Alternative Media
112 Tracy Maw Ildefonso Philippines Kocaeli University, Turkey An Experimental Study on the Fake News Phenomena: Perceived Awareness of the Future Professionals
113 Denada Dosti Turkey University of Ankara, Turkey Religious İdentities in Digital Media (The case of Muslim Women in the Balkan Media)
114 Elmedina Qaili Macedonia International Balkan University, Macedonia Young Children and Television
ENGINEERING
115 Panajot Ahmeti Albania POLIS University, Albania Changes of the Erzen River Delta and Impacts on the Coastal Line of the Lalzi Bay
116 Uada Mema Albania University of Tirana, Albania The Effectiveness of Big Data in Cyber Security
117 Jola Koci Albania Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania
118 Spenki Husi Albania POLIS University, Albania The Role of the Youth for a Sustainable City Case Study: Polis University in Tirana
119 Besjana Qaja Albania POLIS University, Albania
120 Adil Ahmadzada Azerbaijan Azerbaijan State University of Oil and Indusrty, Azerbaijan An Earthquake Action of Oil-gas Equipment
121 Masagus Haidir Tamimi Indonesia Bogor Agricultural University, JAPAS : A Net Trap For Estuary Litter Problems In Marunda, Jakarta
122 Achmad Yozar Perkasa Indonesia Ankara University, Turkey Identification Study of Stomata on Plant Groups C3, C4 and CAM
123 Liridona Ajeti Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo Problematics, Challenges, and Future in Robotics
124 Marte Raja Kosovo University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Kosovo Investing in People: Young Kosovar Tech Women
125 Muhammad Usman Pakistan University of Gujrat, Pakistan Biodiesel Production from Wastewater Treatment Sludge by Direct Lipids Extraction through Transesterification
126 Vladimir Borisov Russia North-Caucasus Federal University, Russia Comparison of Scenarios of Social Mobility of Young People in the IT Sphere
127 Aygul Agayeva Turkmenistan Kocaeli University, Turkey Water Problem and Transboundary Waters
128 Tatyana Zelenyak Ukraine Dubna State University, Russia The Degradation of Thin Films of Lead Methylammonium Triiodide
129 Viktoriia Kovrova Ukraine National Technical University “Dnipro Polytechnic”, Ukraine Ukrainian Paradox: Migration of Labor Resources or Development of National Engineering Capacity
130 Artem Shvydkyi Ukraine National Technical University “Dnipro Polytechnic”, Ukraine
131 Rasul Usenov Uzbekistan Institute of mineral resources, Uzbekistan Processing of Oxidized Copper Ores
132 Blazhena Ognenoska Macedonia Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Macedonia Transport Development Tendencies and Revolution in Road and Railway Sectors
133 Arbnora Qerimi Macedonia Rochester Institute of Technology Kosovo (A.U.K.), Kosovo Youth-led Investment
ARTS
134 Nina Zdorova Russia National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia Youth in Art-mediation
135 Michael Betteridge United Kingdom University of Hull, United Kingdom ‘Do you See? Do you Hear?’