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  • AN INVESTIGATION OF REPATRIATE ADJUSTMENT AMONG THE ACADEMICS IN SRI LANKA


Dannangoda Gamage Menaka PrabhaniMadushani RukgahamulaHeneGedaraWasantha Pradeep Kumara

Abstract:
Repatriation adjustment is a common problem among the academics, where the academics find difficulties in adjusting back to the local context after the international academic assignments. Although this is a pertinent issue, in the extant body of literature investigations are lacking. This paper aims to investigate the factors affecting the repatriation adjustmentamong the academics in the Sri Lankan context. In addition,this paper investigates whether the proactive personality of academics moderate the impact of the factors affecting repatriation adjustment.


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  • ROLE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST IN IMPROVING MENTAL HEALTH OF CHILD-VICTIMS OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT


Dr. Kamini C. Tanwar

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Abstract Mental health of a person is very important as equivalent to physical health. For mental health to be good, emotional wellbeing during childhood is very important to develop strong resilience to cope with every situation and grow into well-developed healthy adults. Mental health troubles can arise due to any traumatic event (in the present paper, author focused on child sexual abuse-CSA) in any stage of child development.


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  • PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN FILMS OF FEMALE DIRECTORS -A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF “IRUTHI SUTTRU BY SUDHA KONGARA”


Mrs. Jayachandrika K,

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The representation of women in media has been discussed from the second wave feminism and, many feminist scholars have analyzed whether women were portrayed stereotypical or not. The studies revealed that women were not shown in a constructive manner. They were shown as objects of sexual desire and their role was to support men. Feminist critics argued that the domination of men in media industry was the reason for this kind of representation.


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  • EXTENT OF CRIMINALITY IN VICARIOUS LIABILITY OF CORPORATE CRIMINALSIN INDIA


Harpreet Singh Sachar and Dr. Praveen Kr. Lohchab

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The article introduced in section 1 that the corporate criminal liability had its initiation in the old law and changed among purpose of convergence of the doctrinal exchanges at the completion of the nineteenth century. Its history, laws, cash related viewpoints, and political issues intriguing to each country have impacted gathering and change of the likelihood of corporate criminal liability.In India, Velliappa materials case, by an increasingly significant part choice held that the association couldn't fault for offenses which require the enormity of a mandatory term of limitation united with a fine.


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