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  • Habre, S. S.; El-Kassar, A. N.; Awad, Y. A. (2015-09-15)
    Let S = {x1, x2, ..., xn} be a set of n distinct positive integers. The matrix [S] = (sij) having the greatest common divisor (xi, xj) of xi and xj as its i, j-entry is called the greatest common divisor (GCD) matrix on ...
  • Mokhbat, Jacques E.; Remien, Robert H.; Chowdhury, Jenifar; Soliman, Cherif; El Adway, Maha; El-Sadr, Wafaa
    HIV/AIDS transmission in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) has been on the rise for the most of the last decade. By the end of 2007, there was an estimated 380,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in the region ...
  • Unknown author
    The Department of Social Sciences and the Arab Institute for Women are hosting a lecture on Gender and Leadership by ABAAD Founder and Director Ghida Anani, who is listed by the World Bank as one of 10 Inspiring Women ...
  • Bacha, Nahla Nola; Bahous, Rima; Diab, Rula L. (2015-10-28)
    Theories and strategies of politeness and impoliteness are drawn upon to investigate underlying factors that might contribute to an understanding of differences among students and teachers towards politeness strategies. ...
  • Unknown author (Edinburgh University Press, )
  • Mougharbel, Ghada M. (Lebanese American University, 2011-09-14)
    The purpose of the present study was to investigate whether gender bias exists in the Lebanese intermediate and secondary level English as Second Language (ESL) classrooms. The methodology used was of three folds; the ...
  • Bahous, Rima; Mougharbel, Ghada (2015-11-04)
    Gender bias, though often implicit and unnoticed, exists in many forms and in different situations. The purpose of this study is to investigate whether gender bias exists in Lebanese language classrooms. Semi-structured ...
  • Akl, Linda (Lebanese American University, 2011-08-02)
    This study examines three issues related to gender bias in Lebanese teachers in their classrooms: teachers' awareness of gender bias, their pre/misconceptions of females' and males' abilities in the different areas and the ...
  • Ismail, Hussein N.; Nakkache, Lama
    The existence of gender inequality at the workplace is a pervasive problem in many countries around the world. Although the situation may have improved in recent years, studies still point to the fact that men receive ...
  • Al-Shaer, Habiba; Harakeh, Mostafa
    We exploit the effectiveness of the Davies Report (2011), which urged FTSE 350 companies to increase female representation on corporate boards to examine the potential effect that this may have on the gender pay differential ...
  • Chartouny, Madona Kamal (Lebanese American University, 2011-11-28)
    The purpose of this study was to reinforce research on gender differences in math education in Lebanon by studying the topic as it pertains to students’ attitudes and achievement, teachers’ beliefs, as well as teachers’ ...
  • Ismail, Hussein
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore gender differences in personal values in an Arab country. Design/methodology/approach – Based on a sample of 137 participants, the Kruskal-Wallis test was used to ...
  • Hariz, Hiba (Lebanese American University, 2011-10-24)
    Teenage students, who are enrolled in the intermediate classes, are mostly alert of the changes of their bodies. They are sexually aware of the differences between boys and girls physically and mentally and the different ...
  • Unknown author
    As part of the Imagine Workshop and Concert Series (IWCS), the Department of Communication Arts, in collaboration with The Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW), is hosting a panel discussion titled: ...
  • Maamari, Bassem E.; Jisr, Rana E. (2016-04-13)
    Today, the strength of firms is embodied in their capability to survive within an increasingly competitive environment, or face failure. Innovation is studied by scholars at different levels of analysis in firms, including ...
  • Hamade, Mona K. (Lebanese American University, 2011-10-24)
    This paper aims to examine the feasibility of the gender political mainstreaming programs in the Arab Gulf States. It sheds light on the current literary debate regarding mainstreaming and the strategies that aim to ...
  • Dah, Abdallah; Abosedra, Salah; Dahbourah, Farouk
    The factors relating to gender pay inequity have been studied extensively in the economics literature. This study examines the earnings differential between males and females in Lebanon utilizing a random sample that ...
  • Karkoulian, Silva; Srour, Jordan; Sinan, Tala
    Given the crucial role that work-life balance plays in the well-being of employees, the literature devotes extensive research efforts towards determining the effect of different variables on the quality of work-life balance ...
  • El Maarri, Osman; Becker, Tim; Junen, Judith; Manzoor, Syed Saadi; Diaz-Lacava, Amalia
    Abnormal patterns of DNA methylation are observed in many diseases such as tumors and imprinting disorders. Little is known about inter-individual and gender specific variations. Here, we report on accurate and sensitive ...