Social Sciences

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  • Akalanka, S.; Weerakoon, R.; Vitharana, S.; Abeysignhe, C. (International Journal of Entrepreneurship, 2021)
    The current study was aim to identify the barriers and challenges face by sports entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka. Qualitative research approach has employed to understand barriers and challengers of sport entrepreneurs in Sri ...
  • Jayantha, K; Ariyawansa, R.; Kumara, U. (European Journal of Social Sciences Studies, 2021)
    The amazing creation of nature is the result of millions of years of continuous existence. It tells a triumphant story about the adaptation of endangered species to a variety of environmental factors. Behind the natural ...
  • Jayantha, K.; Ariyawansa, RG.; Kumara, U. Anura (Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 2021)
    Historical evidence proves that 'parks' have been used as a reconciliation tool between humans and the environment since prehistoric times. With the emergence of various forms of gardening, the basic meaning of park took ...
  • Jayantha, K. (Saudi Journal of Business and Management Studies, 2021)
    The Kaizen concept introduced to the world by Imai is a resource that can be used for improvement anywhere. The benefits of this concept are immense, especially for developing countries, as the investment costs considered ...
  • Jayantha,K.; Ariyawansa, R.G.; Kumara, U. Anura (World Wide Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 2021)
    The concept of sustainability was used as a development strategy in most countries since 1980, and this concept became a common language. However, the existing definitions of the concept of sustainability are diverse. There ...
  • Arachchige, J. J. G.; Singh, Diljit; Weerasooriya, W. A. (https://jula.sljol.info/static/images/upress.png, 2021)
    As modern Information Technology has created a way to a variety of information service opportunities, many options other than the conventional library service are available for users. A stiff competition has emerged ...
  • Lokuliyana, Aruna; Ruwanpathirana, Ileka (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    'Community film' is an attractive new term that has been emerged over the past few years. Though Sri Lankans are familiar with 'Community radio', the phrase 'Community film' is still a novel idea. But, it has been recognized ...
  • Buddikasiri, P.R.A.; Madhumali, A.K.R. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Bead making and trading of beads are some of the oldest industries in the world. Beads are small, colourful, symmetrical, and often quite beautiful. They are frequently standardized, inexpensive units that can be arranged ...
  • Wijayawickrama, Erangi (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    This paper discusses the relationship between peace and tourism and the way how tourism leadsto peace. Tourism doesn’t have a direct link with peace. But in several ways, tourism open paths to way for peace. Tourism should ...
  • Dibyopama, Astha (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Intensive and extensive exploration of archaeological explorations were carried out in the Jodhpur district of Rajasthan Western India, by Dibyopama (2010). As the result of these surveys, two Upper Paleolithic and four ...
  • Athapaththu, Janaka; Devinda, Sanidu; Nadeeshani, Rangika; Jayarathne, Nirmani; Hansini, Imashi (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Terracotta figurines were discovered throughout Sri Lanka especially in the Northern, North Central and Eastern dry zones, have been traditionally assigned to the Thabbbowa-Maradanmaduwe culture the discovered sites indicate ...
  • Wijesooriya, M.W.A.T.N. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Cultural heritage tourism is one of the fastest-growing forms of tourism. The cultural triangle in Sri Lanka has great potentiality to develop cultural heritage tourism as it consists of unique cultural and heritage ...
  • Madumali, G.V.H.M.; Manamperi, M.M.S.B. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    There is a finite amount of fresh water on earth and only 3% of the total water in the world is freshwater while less than 1% is readily usable by humans. Water availability varies in time and space. One river basin may ...
  • Abeysinghe, A.; Abeysinghe, A. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Heritage and Information Technology (IT) may seem inconsistent at first. But IT has a significant role in heritage tourism. IT provides effective resources by which heritage tourism has evolved as a modern tool without ...
  • Biyanwila, A. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Ancient art is neither compact nor concise. It inspires and is inspired incessantly. Ancient Sri Lankan Art does not escape this truth. The presence of Indian influences such as Andhra, Gandhara, Mathura, Amaravati in Sri ...
  • Sumanarathna, Aravinda Ravibhanu; Aouititen, Majda; Taylor, Bernie; Sameera, Geeth; Katupotha, Jinadasa; Bandara, Aruna (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Danigala Rock is a unique geological site situated near Kandegama at Polonnaruwa district. The aerial view of the rock shows a semi-circular shape, which was affected by geological weathering. The northwest slope part of ...
  • Srishan, G.A.A.N.; Abhayasundere, P.N.; Jayasiri, A.A.J.; Wijayarathne, W.K.M.; Dissanayake, D.M.K.G.K. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Reproductive processes and the generation of posterity are important for the survival of organisms. As man became accustomed to civilized life, motherhood and fatherhood were considered noble and fortunate things. Accordingly, ...
  • Ranatunga, R.A.D.D.N. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    This study aims to identify the Relationship between Pay, Promotion, Supervision, Co-workers and Work itself of Job Satisfaction and Job Performance among Employees in Classified Hotels. Though the available literature ...
  • Anbalagan, Mutharasu; Wesley, Don; Pradeep, V. (Journal of Archaeology, Tourism & Anthropology, 2020)
    Since the discovery of Megalithic burial by Babington in 1823 in Kerala, hundreds of Megalithic burials were explored and excavated all over India. In the northern part of Tamil Nadu, the Middle Cauvery Basin is very rich ...
  • Warnasooriya, Thrishala (Pusthakala Vidya, 2019)
    ‘Green concept’ has become a trendy discussion not only among the library professionals but also in other fields as a result of severe environmental issues faced by the entire mankind. Besides other countries have already ...

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