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State of Women in Academia: Extent of Supportive Environment for Female Researchers

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English Language Motivation between Gender and Cultures

towards learning English: The case of Jordanian gifted students. International Journal of Education, 7(2), 306-321. Al-Mahrooqi, R. & Denman, C. (2014). Motivation within the Omani EFL context: types, sources and classroom implication. Journal of Teaching and Education, 3(2), 103-120. Al Othman, F. & Shuqair, K. (2013). The impact of motivation on English language learning in the Gulf States. International Journal of Higher Education, 2(4), 123- 130. Alsheikh, N & Elhoweris, H. (2011). United Arab Emirates (UAE) high

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The Spatial Distribution of the Basic Education Schools in Lattakia City (Syria)

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Relative Importance of Indicators of Teachers’ Professional Skills as Perceived by Senior High School Economics Teachers in Ghana

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Modern Learning and Training Tools which can be Properly Adapted and Designed to Reinforce Specialized Courses on Effective Crisis Management

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Complex Approach on Multicultural Teams Management & Leadership

development and leadership effectiveness”, Management Decision , vol. 47, no. 6, 989–999. Amitay, M., Popper, M., Lipshitz R. (2015). Leadership styles and organizational learning in community clinics, Learning Organization , vol. 12, no. 1, 57–70. Antonakis, J., Hooijberg, R. (2007). Cascading vision for real commitment, in R. Hooijberg, J.G. Hunt, J.Antonakis, K.B. Boal, N. Lane (Eds), Being There Even When You are Not: Leading through Strategy, Structures, and Systems . Elsevier, Amsterdam, 231–244. Aronson, E. (2001). Integrating leadership styles

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