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Dr.Saleh Nassar Associate Professor Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Sociology

Research Interests:

  • Sociology of development, social problems, social change

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A member of the Social Science Association
-((Sociology in the Arab world between its theoretical reality and applied necessitiesK ((Journal of the Faculty of Arts, King Abdul Aziz University .2016 -phenomenon of anxiety-causes-results-how to deal with it, Journal of the Faculty of Arts-number-73.2015،, Zagazig University - ((factors affecting the socialization)) An Empirical Study. Introduction to the Family Development Center for Studies and Research (and winning third place) to contest the Center for Research in 2013. -agaym Religious and social control. Journal of the University Anbar- Iraq-First Issue Third-month 0.2013.
Award, Family Development Studies and Research Center (ranked third) to contest the Center for Research in 2013
Part of my teaching philosophy to sociology courses in all squares sociological idea of delivering information to the minds of students, directly or indirectly. Through lectures or other factors assistance. To ensure the involvement or contribution of students in this activity, in addition to the philosophy of teaching sociology aimed know students understand the different social phenomena. But in order to achieve it adopted the following methods: - 1-guide students need to take care university library - to encourage them to discussion and dialogue. 2- encourage them to write research papers about in the social reality of social phenomena -3invited the need to follow up the developments of sociology by taking them on the importance of reading and access to books in the field of sociology. - Do some scientific visits to institutions directly related to some of the courses offered - 4-4attention to the need to direct them to the importance of community participation activities to emphasize the importance of communication between the university and the community
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