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AIJSS aims to advance contemporary research on Asian social science topics in the fields of education, innovative technologies, infrastructure, international finance and micro-finance,  the environment, sustainability, corporate social responsibility, business and management, as well as other fields deemed interesting to the editors and readers alike. Quantitative and qualitative studies are welcome. AIJSS is a peerreviewed open access journal published quarterly (January, April, July, and October).

Our publication mission for 2018 is to focus on the ‘International’ in the journal’s name.  Papers showing broad regional scope are highly recommended. Researchers (both apprentice and seasoned), are encouraged to submit their empirical, conceptual, applied papers, or case studies for publication to Ms. Montana at msmontanakmitl@gmail.com .

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS – VOLUME 17 ISSUE 3

 

 

Vol. 17, No 3, 2017
July – September, 2017
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.201703
ISSN 2539-6102

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Papers/Authors                                                                                          Page

Smart education needs smart instructors
Edward M. Reeve
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20170301
4-22
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Smart Dairy Farming through the Internet of Things (IoT) 23-36
Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Donna Quigley and Panicos Masouras PDF
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20170302
 
First steps in teaching computational thinking through mobile technology and robotics 37-52
Titipan Phetsrikran, Wansuree Massagram and Antony Harfield PDF
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20170303
 
Incidence of Herdsmen Militancy in Southern Nigeria: A Threat-Import Analysis 53-80
Uchenna Simeon PDF
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20170304
 
Management information system model supporting the quality assurance of schools in Thailand 81-100
Daoprakai Raso, Pariyaporn Tungkunanan and Abhichat Anukulwech PDF
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20170305
 
From millennium development goals to sustainable development goals: Gender and inclusive electoral politics in Nigeria, 1999 – 2015. 101-127
Emeka C. Iloh, Michael E. Nwokedi and  Queeneth Ekeocha PDF
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20170306
 
AIJSS Editorial Team Board