Social Sciences

Recent Submissions

  • Ranjan, W.; Anupa, J. (International journal of social science and entrepreneurship, 2015)
    Sport is playing an important role in current global world which is universal language of spreading ethical values throughout the world. At present, sport has become professional after the globalization. Therefore, there ...
  • Ranjan, W.; Ranasinghe, D. (International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2016)
    The study title is “the challengers of National Olympic committee in Sri Lanka for implementing environmental sustainable principles at sport event” which is empirical nature of study that is used qualitative approach for ...
  • Ranjan, W.; Ranasinghe, D. (International Journal of Emerging Research in Management &Technology, 2015)
    The study title is “the case of internal and external analysis of Barcelona FC” which is empirical nature of study that is used qualitative approach for the data analysis. This study main purpose is to identify internal ...
  • Ranjan, W. (Public Policy and Administration Research, 2016)
    The governments of United Kingdom have introduced and amend several sport policies under their governing periods. The purpose of this report is understanding and examining UK sport policy reforms and its affect to country’s ...
  • Ranjan, W.; Anupa, J.; Wehigaldeniya, W.G.D.S.; Edirisinghe, I.T. (4th Annual Research Symposium on Social Sciences and Humanities, 2017)
    Recreation is about activities, pastimes, and experiences which are freely chosen. They are usually undertaken in free time and produce feelings of well-being, fulfillment, enjoyment, relaxation, and satisfaction. Outdoor ...
  • Ranjan, W. (Northumbria university, 2016)
    Sport organisations are increasingly reliant on episodic volunteers for the successful delivery of sport events and sport programs. Therefore, managers of sport organisations’ must concern about utilising sport volunteers ...
  • Ranjan, W. (North Asian International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, 2016)
    Adidas company background was analysed and studies thoroughly to understand Adidas’ strategic changers and change management. The Adidas Company has evaluated by using method of SWOT and PEST for understanding company ...
  • Ranjan, W. (Physical culture and sport. Studies and research, 2016)
    This paper will illustrate the meaning and importance of human resource management (HRM), human resource planning, and strategic human resource management, which are critically important for an organization’s effectiveness ...
  • Ranjan, W. (European Journal of Business and Management, 2016)
    Nike’s financial statement was analysed and studied thoroughly to understand Nike`s financial performance. That financial statement includes balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. The financial performance ...
  • Ranjan, W. (IOSR Journal of Sports and Physical Education (IOSR-JSPE), 2016)
    The primary aim of this study is to address the importance of issues and challenges in relation to local community and sponsors of international sport events. This report is built on and primary and secondary data. The ...
  • Ranjan, W. (Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Sports, 2016)
    “There is currently no internationally recognised method of analysing the benefits of hosting major sporting events. Every country and consultancy uses its own different methodology and there is no accepted standard that ...
  • Wijesinghe, R. M. (Journal of Social Statistics 2017, Volume 04, Issue 01, 2017)
    Thalassaemia is what is called an inherited disease due to abnormal hemoglobin production. It’s not an infectious disease. Sri Lanka is identified as an intermediate prevalence of thalassaemia. Near to 3500 patients with ...
  • Nalaka, G. P. S.; Diunugala, H. P. (3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    Youngsters in every society are of great importance. Their attitudes and behaviors are significant since they are the leaders of tomorrow. They are getting involved with internet related activities more closely than others. ...
  • Badullahewage, S. U. (3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    The microfinance is the provision of financial services to low income sectors, including the micro and small enterprises. It is mostly used in developing economies where micro and small enterprises do not have access to ...
  • Samarasinghe, K. N. (3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    People leave their motherland away from family and friends, in search of adventure, better economic prospects and to obtain better professional opportunities and a higher standard of living. International migration provides ...
  • Jayawardena, M. Y. G.V. (3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    Learning environment is a crucial factor that affects for the university education of an undergraduate. Studying environment is not only limited to the lecture halls since most of the undergraduates are residential. Hence, ...
  • Karunarathne, M. S. H. U. (3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    Sino-Indian border disputes has a long history which marked the deterioration of their relations. This particular study is mainly focused on ‘Doklam’ face-off, the most recent confrontation of borderland between China and ...
  • Dilshani, M. A. R. (3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    Occupational stress as a recognized problem in the modern era, is vital and important. Stress is influence on work place. Nursing is one of the stressful professions. Nurses play an important role in this field to uplift ...
  • Liyanage, L. N. (3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    Diabetic prevalence has raised faster in low and middle income countries than in high income country. There were 1.16 million cases of diabetes in Sri Lanka. Direct, indirect and intangible economic costs are affecting for ...
  • Kotigala, T.K. (. 3rd National Research Conference on Applied Social Statistics (NRCASS – 2017), 2017)
    Youth development has become critical for young people worldwide, in order to realize their capabilities to pursue decent employment, education opportunities, health and wellbeing, as well as civic and political empowerment. ...

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