Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues: Volume 2 Issue 3

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A framework for effective feedback for non‐native learners of English writing: A practical case study

Elaine Pounder

The purpose of this paper is to devise, test, and refine a method suitable for providing effective feedback for second language university students learning to write…

Pharmacy students' perceptions of the teaching evaluation process in Jordan

Ibrahim Al‐Abbadi, Fadi Alkhateeb, Nile Khanfar, Bahaudin Mujtaba, David Latif

The purpose of this paper is to assess pharmacy students' perceptions of the usefulness of the teaching evaluation (TE) instrument and the rationale behind their responses.

Current status of operations research/management science education at the United Arab Emirates business schools

Darwish Abdulrahman Yousef

The purpose of this paper is to investigate current status of operations research/management science education at the United Arab Emirates (UAE) business schools in terms…

Planning practices, strategy types and firm performance in the Arabian Gulf region

Attahir Yusuf, Kojo Saffu

The purpose of this paper is to investigate planning practices, strategy types, and the performance of indigenous firms in Bahrain and United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Work intensity, work hours, satisfactions, and psychological well‐being among Egyptian managers

Ronald J. Burke, Ghada El‐Kot

The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship of measures of work intensity and work hours on potential antecedents and work and well‐being consequences.

Delayed use of healthcare services among the urban poor in Turkey

Adnan Kisa, Fikriye Yilmaz, Mustafa Z. Younis, Sahin Kavuncubasi, Korkut Ersoy, Patrick A. Rivers

Poor people often experience a delay in meeting their healthcare needs due to their economic situation. As a result, delayed diagnoses and treatment may increase disease…

ISSN:

1753-7983

Online date, start – end:

2008 – 2014

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Editors:

  • Professor David A Kirby
  • Dr Matthew Clarke