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GENDER AND LANGUAGE LEARNING MOTIVATION
Muhammad Akram,Mamuna Ghani
Academic Research International , 2013,
Abstract: Motivation is an important factor in learning a foreign language. Gender is also an important element in learning as the females tend to demonstrate a more positive attitude and motivation towards learning a language. The present study highlights the importance of gender and motivation in language learning. The data have been collected from intermediate level students and analysed with statistical measures. The results have revealed interesting findings.
Effective Communication and Neurolinguistic Programming
Ahsan Bashir (Corresponding Author),Mamuna Ghani
Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Importance of effective communication can hardly be ignored in any sphere of life. This is achieved through various means. One such instrument is Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) which has now taken roots in various aspects of learning and education. Its potential spans education and learning, language teaching, business management and marketing, psychology, law, and several other fields. In our work, we will briefly explore various facets of NLP with special reference to effective communication.
USERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON FACEBOOK’S PRIVACY POLICIES
Zainab Asif,Mamuna Khan
ARPN Journal of Systems and Software , 2012,
Abstract: SNS are becoming increasingly popular in almost every age group. People are willing to get socially connected to friends, colleagues, coworkers, family members, groups, natives and even to people whom they are not on familiar terms with.This intensifying popularity of social networking sites and people’s enthusiasm and involvement towards them is giving rise to many security concerns. As people share everything and anything on these sites, they themselves are risking the odds.Generally, social networking sites have privacy policies that users’ can configure as per requirement of each resource. These privacy policies contain all the vital and crucial information that users might need to be aware of prior to sharing their information. Unawareness of these privacy policies and settings results in exposure of users’ private data. Our research presents the study that people are ignorant of such privacy policies and settings, and even if they are conscious and they’ve read them, they hardly understand their effect. We have focused on Facebook’s privacy issues and their impact because its participants are dramatically growing. It defines privacy either as a private/public contrast or in terms of a network of “friends”, in which all “friends” are created equal and all relationships are reciprocal. It does not provide any mechanisms to specify the users’ privacy preferences for the usage done by third party applications on their personal data.We argue that even the computer science graduates have least idea regarding information disclosure by Facebook. To support our argument, we have conducted a survey which is rooted on minimal understanding of loosely defined privacy policies and settings of Facebook. For this, we have composed and evaluated a set of hypothesis that is conceived on the basis of Facebook’s privacy policies and settings and by observing various Facebook profiles. The survey participants selected, are between the age group of 18 to 32 and are categorized as either computer graduates or general students. We have selected this set of population, because it is considered that they have the most knowledge pertaining to information technology and its practices.We have also contributed few suggestions on privacy policies for new users by exploring knowledge of existing policies. The objectives of this research are twofold: (1) To study the amount and type of information disclosed by Facebook, its consented parties and other Facebook users (2) To compare our findings with regard to the hypothesis that creates a foundation as to why people do not proper
Towards Semantic Mutation Testing of Aspect-Oriented Programs  [PDF]
Abdul Azim Abdul Ghani
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2013.610A002
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Aspect-oriented programs have received much attention from software testing researchers. Various testing techniques and approaches have been proposed to tackle issues and challenges when testing aspect-oriented programs including traditional mutation testing. In traditional mutation testing of aspect-oriented programs, mutants are generated by making small changes to the syntax of the aspect-oriented language. Recently, a new approach known as semantic mutation testing has been proposed. This approach mutates the semantics of the language in which the program is written. The mutants generated misunderstandings of the language which are different classes of faults. Aspect-oriented programming presents itself with different properties that can be further explored with respect to semantic mutation testing. This paper describes various possible scenarios that semantic mutation testing strategy might have particular value in testing aspect-oriented programs.

Thrombocytopenia, an Overlooked Hematological Derangement in Hair Dye Poisoning  [PDF]
Rizwan Naseer, AliRaza Ghani
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2015.48055
Abstract: Thrombocytopenia is a common hematological disorder characterized by abnormally low number of platelets in circulating blood from multiple causes. The fundamental mechanisms involved are: ineffective production of platelets by the bone marrow, accerlated destruction of platelets or platelet splenic sequestration. Hair dye, containing Paraphenyllinediamaine has been linked to allergic reaction, nephrotoxicity, mutagenicity and hematological derangements as anemia. A female showed a clinical spectrum of decreasing platelet count along with anemia due to oral ingestion of hair dye. It is important to consider thrombocytopenia in management plan as it may impact the clinical outcome.
Redescription of Macrophthalmus (Ventius) latreillei Desmarest, 1822 with a Note on its Identification
Naseem Ghani
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2002,
Abstract: The species Macrophthalmus (Ventius) latreillei (Desmarest, 1822) is described from the Northern Arabian Sea. The species is widespread in the Indian Ocean. Where it is probably endemic. It is described and illustrated for the first time from Pakistan.
SELUK BELUK MENOPAUSE
Lannywati Ghani
Media of Health Research and Development , 2012,
Abstract: Menopause, especially the symptoms and complications, is always an interesting topic to be discussed. It is actually a normal part of woman's life entering ages of 50. The symptoms of menopause are highly individual to each woman. Some may experience multiple physical and psychological symptoms that may continue to social impacts. Misinterpretation as other disease symptoms could happen and lead to incorrect treatment. Many studies have been done to learn more about the menopause physiological process, symptoms, complication, and treatment. So many preventive and treatment options are offered, including hormone therapy and practicing healthy life style. By understanding the menopause, it is expected that symptoms could be controlled and complications could be avoided. Key words : Woman, Menstrual Period, Menopause, Healthy
AMOEBIC LIVER DISEASE
Usman Ghani
The Professional Medical Journal , 1995,
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Perception of Menopausal Symptoms among Educated versus Non Educated Women by Using Menopausal Rating Scale (MRS)  [PDF]
Syeda Fakhar Batool, Yasmeen Saggu, Mansoor Ghani
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2014.48063
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Background: A cross sectional comparative study was conducted in a well populated city named Rawalpindi, which is located in the Northern part of Pakistan. Objectives: This study was aimed to document the comparison of menopausal-related symptoms among educated and non educated women of Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Methods: MRS was used to measure the intensity of menopausal symptoms. 100 educated and 100 uneducated women were selected for study purpose. Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Military Hospital and Combined Military Hospital were selected as a study setting. Findings: Correlation & Fisher exact test was applied for statistical analysis. The intensity of symptoms reported by Educated women as: sleeping problems (93.0%); heart discomfort (80.0%); hot flushes and sweating (70.0%); joint and muscular pain (52.0); depressive mood (63.0%); irritability (42%); anxiety (60.0%). physical and mental exhaustion; (48.0%); sexual problem (61.0%); dryness of vagina (57.0%); and bladder problem (65.0%). The severity of symptoms in uneducated women; sleeping problems (77.0%); heart discomfort (73.0%); hot flushes (69.0%); joint and muscular pain (66.0); depressive mood (71.0%); irritability (58%); anxiety (80.0%). physical and mental exhaustion (70.0%); sexual problem (66.0%); dryness of vagina (70.0%); and bladder problem (83.0%). Conclusions: Somatic symptoms were high in educated women as compare to uneducated women while the prevalence of psychological and Urogenital symptoms were high in uneducated women as compare to educated women.

Anxiety and Achievement in Statistics: A Systematic Review on Quantitative Studies  [PDF]
Farah Hani Abdul Ghani, Siti Mistima Maat
Creative Education (CE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2018.914168
Abstract: Statistics is a challenging course for students and of which is often associated with subsequent concerns that may affect statistical achievement. Therefore, this study aims to identify the relationship between statistical concerns and statistical achievement in the systematic literature review context. This study also identifies the statistical method used in articles relating to the relationship between statistical concerns and statistical achievement. Four electronic databases were used; ERIC, DOAJ, ScienceDirect and Google Scholar. The eligibility of article selection is based on a few criteria that assess the relationship between anxiety and statistical achievement, quantitative research, access and use of Malay and English. 10 articles fulfilled the eligibility selection criteria. Extraction of data is based on the name of the researcher and the year, country, title, sample size, instrument, statistical component of statistical concerns, statistical methods and findings. The findings revealed that most of studies reported statistical concerns negatively affecting statistical achievements either directly or indirectly. Additionally, the findings also reported statistical methods frequently used in the study article were Structural Equation Modeling, correlations of 4 articles using this method followed by regression method, ANCOVA and MANCOVA. The results of this systematic literature survey provide insights of relationship between statistical concerns and statistical achievements. To conclude, educators should consider assessing the method of teaching that they use on students who are facing statistical concerns.
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