Journal of Advance Research in Social Science and Humanities (ISSN: 2208-2387) <p><strong>Journal of Advance Research in Social Science &amp; Humanities(ISSN: 2208-2387)</strong>&nbsp;is an emerging journal, publishing research in the field of social science and humanities research. Journal of Advance Research in Social Science &amp; Humanities is an open access journal that publishes research in monthly frequency. We support and accept all articles related to the field of social studies, humanities, social science, social behavioral science etc.&nbsp;</p> en-US (Asif Khan) (Mohd. Yusuf) Mon, 06 May 2019 11:30:13 +0000 OJS 60 REVERSE DOMAIN HIJACKING <p><span class="fontstyle0"><strong>Prologue</strong><br></span><span class="fontstyle1">There is often a conflict between domain names owners and trademarks holders’ rights, and If a party has a specific domain name but the other party owns trademark rights with that name, it's likely that there's a problem, one of these problems presented by domain names hijacking.<br>From a legal perspective, domain names hijacking taking important place in cyberspace challenges, in this scenario, domain names rights are infringed when a third party managed to transfer a domain name to his account without illegal right to be able to resell it and gain money<br></span><span class="fontstyle0"><strong>Assumption</strong><br></span><span class="fontstyle1">The point of this research arises from that UDPR policy is not enough to solve the reverse domain hijacking phenomena, and then comprehensive legislation is needed to solve this phenomenon.<br></span><span class="fontstyle0"><strong>Methodology</strong><br></span><span class="fontstyle1">The methodology will depend on inductive approach based on Selected and analyses court decisions with legal texts.<br>This paper will try to provides scholarly appraisal of the legal and policy related to domain names hijacking</span> </p> FAHED.W Copyright (c) Tue, 30 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000 Running head: BIG FIVE PERSONALITY AND COGNITIVE STYLE: CROSS CULTUR <p><strong>Objective:</strong> This study examines the differences between individual culture (American sample) and collective cultures (Egyptian and Saudi Arabian samples) in Reflection- impulsivity (RI) categories and Big Five of personality traits. The relative contribution of Big Five of personality traits and culture are predicted with RI categories.</p> <p><strong>Method</strong>: Computerized MFFT and NEO PI R administrated on 53 male and female Egyptian, 51 female Saudi, and 35 male and females Americans students.</p> <p><strong>Results</strong>: Using (Z) ratio, results showed no differences among three cultures in MFFT categories except Saudi who were more slow- inaccurate than Egyptian students. Using ANOVA to know significant differences among three cultures on NEO- PI R facets and dimensions. Egyptian were more (O1), (N2), and (E5) than were the Saudi students; Saudi students were more (A3) (A4), (A6), (C4), and agreeableness than were the Egyptian, and more (C2) than American; American who were more (O1), and (E6) than were the Egyptian students, and more (O1), (E5) and (E6) than were the Saudi students.</p> <p><span class="fontstyle0"><strong>Conclusions</strong>: The culture variable was not predicted with MFFT’ categories, except the Egyptian students who were more inefficient than were the American students as a reference group, and with multinomial regression analysis, only extraversion dimension expected to impulsivity.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br></span></p> Elham A. Khalil Copyright (c) 2019 Tue, 30 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000