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Issues and Trends in Interdisciplinary Behavior and Social Science
Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on Interdisciplinary Behavior and Social Sciences (ICIBSoS 2017), July 22-23, 2017, Bali, Indonesia

ISBN 9781138553804
Published May 10, 2018 by CRC Press
360 Pages

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Issues and Trends in Interdisciplinary Behavior and Social Science contains papers presented at the 6th International Congress on Interdisciplinary Behavior and Social Science 2017 (ICIBSoS 2017), held 16—17 December 2017 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The contributions cover every discipline in all fields of social science, and discuss many current trends and issues being faced by 21st century society especially in Southeast Asia. Topics include literature, family culture studies, behavior studies, psychology and human development, religion and values, religious coping, social issues such as urban poverty and juvenile crisis, driving behavior, well-being of women, career women, career performance, job stress, happiness, social adjustment, quality of life among patients, the cosmetics business, etc. The issues are discussed using scientific quantitative or qualitative methods from different academic viewpoints.

Table of Contents

The opportunities and strengths of Thailand’s MICE industry
Y. Sudharatna & P. Chetthamrongchai

Evaluation of the differentiating factors in the avocado value chain
J.A. Martínez-Arroyo & M.A. Valenzo-Jiménez

Competitiveness in the handicraft sector in Mexico
M.A. Valenzo-Jiménez, J.A. Martínez-Arroyo & L.A. Villa-Hernández

Higher-order thinking skills in teaching the Malay language through questions and questioning among the teachers
F.P. Chew, Z.H. Hamad & F. Hutagalung

Using poems to increase phonological awareness among children
C.T. Lim & F.P. Chew

Web-based catering marketplace business plan:
B. Susanto, F. Lumban Gaol, S. Si & M. Kom

Practice of mobile guide and learning system by GPS positioning technology
K.-Y. Chin, H.-Y. Hsiao & Z.-W. Hong

Mathematical models for the spread of rumors: A review
M.Z. Ndii, E. Carnia & A.K. Supriatna

Relationship between emotional intelligence and job performance among early childhood professionals: A preliminary study
N. Ghanieah, F. Hutagalung, N.A. Rosli & C.H. Leng

Russian partnership banking integration in Islamic financial system
N.F. Yalalova & A.A. Daryakin

Influencing factors of ethnic tolerance among multiethnic youths
A.R. Ahmad, A.A.A. Rahman, M.M. Awang & F.P. Chew

Analysis of innovation cluster formation in industrially developed countries
I.M. Ablaev

An approach to developing a programmer competency model in Russia
L.V. Naykhanova, N.B. Khaptakhaeva, N.N. Auysheeva & T.Y. Baklanova

Organizational behavior norms as a factor boosting the emotional stability of staff at housing and utility services enterprises
M.D. Mironova, R.M. Sirazetdinov & M.Y. Virtsev

Methodology for the technical and economic analysis of a product at the projection stage
V.N. Nesterov & N.N. Kozlova

Income inequality in Russia
R.S. Timerkhanov, N.M. Sabitova & C.M. Shavaleyeva

Parental challenges in the filial therapy process: A conceptual study
C.C. Han, D.-L. Baranovich, L.P. Li & F. Hutagalung

Report on the results of a monitoring study conducted in the Russian Federation on the prevention of addictive and suicidal behavior and internet risks among adolescents
A.V. Khydyrova, N.A. Mamedova & E.G. Artamonova

Assessment of the quality of language education of future kindergarten teachers
I.N. Andreeva, T.A. Volkova, M.R. Shamtieva & N.N. Shcheglova

Developing design and construction of backspin serving skill tests to assess the learning outcomes for table tennis serving skills
Sumaryanti, Tomoliyus, Sujarwo, B. Utama & H.M. Jatmika

Marketing management of Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (MI)
E. Munastiwi

Development of competitiveness as a condition of professional demand for graduates of pedagogical directions
K.Yu. Badyina, N.N. Golovina, A.V. Rybakov & V.A. Svetlova

Development of students’ fire safety behavior in the school education system
V.V. Bakhtina, Zh.O. Kuzminykh, A.G. Bakhtin & O.A. Yagdarova

Development and enhancement of communication for junior school children with vision impairments
E.Y. Borisova, O.V. Danilova, T.A. Karandaeva & I.B. Kozina

Neuropsychological approach to the correction of developmental deviations of preschool children with health limitations
E.Y. Borisova & I.B. Kozina

Active and interactive methods for teaching psychological counseling
I.E. Dremina, L.V. Lezhnina, I.A. Kurapova & S.V. Korableva

Superstitions as part of the frame “pregnancy and birth” in the English, Russian, and Mari languages: Postliminary level
E.E. Fliginskikh, S.L. Yakovleva, K.Y. Badyina & G.N. Semenova

Functional problems of the tourism development institutions
G.F. Ruchkina, M.V. Demchenko, N. Rouiller & E.L. Vengerovskiy

Formation of students’ readiness for safe behavior in dangerous situations
M.N. Gavrilova, O.V. Polozova, S.A. Mukhina & I.S. Zimina

A poetics of Mari verbal charms
N.N. Glukhova, E.V. Guseva, N.M. Krasnova & V.N. Maksimov

The trends in the dynamics of Mari ethnic values
N.N. Glukhova, G.N. Boyarinova, G.N. Kadykova & G.E. Shkalina

On the importance of comparative phonetic analysis for bilingual language learning
I.G. Ivanova, R.A. Egoshina, N.G. Bazhenova & N.V. Rusinova

Resource of a public debt in forecasting the development of the economy
M.V. Kazakovtseva & E.I. Tsaregorodtsev

Conceptual theories of forming leadership qualities of a competitive university student
S.Y. Lavrentiev, D.A. Krylov & S.G. Korotkov

Pragmatic aspect of implicit addressing means in different spheres of communication
T.A. Mitrofanova, T.V. Kolesova, M.S. Romanova & E.V. Romanova

The problem of early development of creative abilities via experimentation in productive activities
O.A. Petukhova, S.L. Shalaeva, S.O. Grunina & N.N. Chaldyshkina

A negative assessment of the concept insolvency in French and English paroemias
T.A. Soldatkina, S.L. Yakovleva, G.N. Kazyro & G.L. Sokolova

Training of the Russian Federation’s national guard officers in information security
R.V. Streltsov, T.A. Lavina, L.L. Bosova & E.I. Tsaregorodtsev

Models of the learning styles within the adaptive system of mathematical training of students
V.I. Toktarova

The problem of realizing administrative responsibility for an offence provided in Article 19.21 of the administrative code of Russian Federation
A.V. Vissarov, A.M. Gavrilov, V.V. Timofeev & A.A. Yarygin

Grant-supported collaboration between specialists and parents of children with special psychophysical needs
O.P. Zabolotskikh, I.A. Zagainov, M.L. Blinova & O.V. Shishkina

Preparing university educators for tutoring adult learners in distance education
N.A. Biryukova, D.L. Kolomiets, V.I. Kazarenkov & I.M. Sinagatullin

Theoretical analysis of the rehabilitation study of children with limited health capacities
J.A. Dorogova, O.N. Ustymenko, E.A. Loskutovan & N.V. Yambaeva

Analysis of tourism management development of the Bunaken National Marine Park
S.B. Kairupan & R.H.E. Sendouw

A three-stage data envelopment analysis combined with artificial neural network model for measuring the efficiency of electric utilities
P.M. Kannan & G. Marthandan

Emotional change of immigrant youths in Korea after collage art therapy: A case study
G. Wang, Y. Kim & Y. Oh

A study on the “individual accountability” of undergraduate students in the cooperative learning-centered liberal education class
Y. Kim, G. Kim & H. Choi

Effect of competency on the job performance of frontline employees in Islamic banks: The moderator effect of religiosity
M.F.B. Hamzah & M.N.B.Md. Hussain

Role of communication in IT project success
K. Shasheela Devi, G. Marthandan & K. Rathimala

Pupils’ self-regulated skills in relation to their perceived position in formal and informal school life processes
K. Hrbackova

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Dr. Ford Lumban Gaol received his B.Sc. in Mathematics, Master of Computer Science, and his Doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Indonesia, in 1997, 2001 and 2009, respectively. He is currently Associate Professor Informatics Engineering andInformation System, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia. He is the Vice Chair of Ph.D. Program and Research Interest Group Leader "Advance System in Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering" (Intel- Sys) Bina Nusantara University. Dr. Ford is the officer of IEEE Indonesia section for International and Professional Activities. He is the Chair SERSC: Science and Engineering Research Support Society Indonesia Section. Dr. Ford was the ACM Indonesia Chapter Chair and is involved in several projects related to Technology Alignment in several multinational companies such as Astra, United Tractors, Telkom, Sony Erickson. Dr. Ford was Visiting Professor to Hong Kong University in 2011, and to the Kazan Federal University 2014-2015.