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Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching

The Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching is a new qualification which combines theoretical studies and practical experience. It equips students with an integrated academic program which consists of several courses. The program consists of 24 credit hours for graduates wishing to practice the teaching profession. It qualifies its graduates to teach in governmental and private schools. This qualification is a prerequisite for employment as a teacher in several countries in the region. The program is dedicated to qualifying teachers of Arabic, Islamic studies, social studies, science, mathematics, English, IT or any other field related to education.


Program Objectives:

The Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching Program aims at assisting students in getting specialized educational knowledge as well as the basic skills and orientations required for teaching in the basic and secondary education through the following:

  • Developing teaching skills in the following disciplines: Islamic studies, Arabic, English, social studies, science, mathematics, and IT.
  • Providing experience in teaching methods and various possible learning opportunities.
  • Developing awareness of educational technology in learning and teaching the following educational subjects: Islamic studies, Arabic, English, social studies, science, mathematics, and IT.
  • Providing feedback on the policies and modern tendencies which may affect the school curricula.
  • The ability to understand and deal with the learners with special needs.


The Program Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this Program, the students shall be able to:

  • Use modern and suitable educational methods and techniques in teaching various subjects: Islamic studies, Arabic, English, social studies, science, mathematics, and IT.
  • Employ educational technology in teaching various subjects: Islamic studies, Arabic, English, social studies, science, mathematics, and IT.
  • Effectively carry out class management strategies.
  • Connect between educational theory and practical application while taking into consideration the intellectual, social and psychological aspects of students.
  • Contribute to develop academic curricula in light of modern educational theories.
  • Establish positive and professional relations with learners, teachers, guardians, parents, and stakeholders of the educational and learning process.

Degree Requirements

Degree Requirements – Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching
Mandatory Courses 5 15
Specialization Courses 1 3
Practical Education 1 6
Total Required 6 + Training 24


Study Plan

Arabic Language Teaching Methods

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  • Mandatory Program Courses (21 credit hours)
Course Number Course Name CH Prerequisite
1 EDU 471 Curriculum 3
2 EDU 472 Educational Technology 3
3 EDU 473 Educational Psychology 3
4 EDU 474 Classroom Management 3
5 EDU 475 Developed Systems and Policies of Education in UAE 3
6 EDU 490 Practical Education 6 Completion of 9 credit hours, including the Mandatory Specialization Course



  • Mandatory Specialization Courses (3 credit hours)

The student chooses one of the following seven courses according to his/her Specialization:

Course Number Course Name CH Prerequisite
1 EDU 481 Islamic Studies Teaching Methods 3
2 EDU 482 Arabic Language Teaching Methods 3
3 EDU 483 English Language Teaching Methods 3
4 EDU 484 Social Studies Teaching Methods 3
5 EDU 485 Mathematics Teaching Methods 3
6 EDU 486 Science Teaching Methods 3
7 EDU 487 Information Technology Teaching Methods 3

Course Description

EDU 471: Curriculum Prerequisite: None

This course studies the main concepts of the educational process, its development and relation to the school curriculum. It presents the concept and development of curriculum as well as the traditional and modern concepts of the curriculum and compares between them. The course also studies and analyzes the factors, which lead to curricular development, the philosophical, social, psychological and cognitive bases of the curriculum, and the types and organizations of academic curricula. The course points out the following elements of the academic curriculum: objectives, content, experience, activities, concept of teaching, general methods of teaching and assessment, school tests and curricular assessment. The course also addresses the types and organizations of school curricula in addition to the process of planning for curricula, future vision and curricular development.

EDU 472: Educational Technology Prerequisite : None

This course has been designed to assist students and qualify them as teachers so that they shall get acquainted with advanced topics on technology, using educational technologies and modern technology in the teaching process and the advantages of using technology for educational purposes. Students shall be taught and trained on preparing educational aides in terms of planning and execution. The course shall also include the development of technology applications and multimedia in classrooms and the implementation and inclusion of educational technologies in order to reach the best educational methods and approaches. Attention shall be paid to developing the students’ skills in striking a relation between technology and the development of curricula on the one side and the professional development of teachers on the other side. The course shall include issues related to the different concepts, skills, types and sources of educational technologies and how their mechanisms are integrated into various educational situations. In addition, students shall get acquainted with the means of using standards of international educational technologies as an assessment criterion in order to guarantee the quality of educational applications. Students shall differentiate between the contemporary models of educational design in terms of the effectiveness of the integration of technologies in the field of learning and discovering the field of technological applications to cope with the individual learning needs. Besides, students shall carry out the available applications in terms of effectiveness in specific educational environments. The use of interactive mass media, the Internet, and the integration and effectiveness of technology shall not contradict with moral and legal values and issues.

EDU 473: Educational Psychology Prerequisite : None

This subject is concerned with studying the behavior of both the learner and teacher in class learning situations and the developmental prerequisites related to learning especially cognitive development. It also addresses educational objectives, learning, its basic concepts, models, learning the concept, problem solving, transfer of the learning effect, information processing, motivation, intelligence and innovation. Students shall get acquainted with the basic concepts of educational psychology and its application in learning and teaching. Attention shall be paid to the relation between teaching and the application of the fundamentals of educational psychology including its connotations related to understanding the biological rule of behavior and mental issues of behavior such as comprehension and understanding, memory and learning, Emotional aspects that drive behavior, anxiety, the need, ‎achievement, Social aspects of behavior, communication, standards and leadership. The most recent scientific orientations related to the learning process, components and influential factors of the educational situation, the significance of interaction between the learner, teacher and teaching environment of the learning process, learner’s development, concept of educational psychology and its significance in the teaching process, learning theories, behavioral and field knowledge, principles of theories and their educational applications, and learning models and strategies shall be studied as well.

EDU 474: Classroom Management Prerequisite : None

This course aims at qualifying students on the scientific management of the class by providing them with the necessary knowledge, information and skills and introducing the concept and significance of class management and developing the skills of class management and control. The course addresses the concepts of class management and organization, human relations, class environment, class interaction, class problems and the strategies used in overcoming them. In addition, the course aims at equipping students with the skills of controlling behavior by carrying out the teacher’s duties and functions, applying control rules and mechanisms and developing the effective educational environment by using modern strategies and principles in cooperative learning and partnership.

Additional readings: The teacher shall supervise and distribute the additional materials required for the lesson. These materials include readings and problem solving … etc.

EDU 490: Practical Education Prerequisite: None

Prerequisite: completing 9 credit hours including one of the mandatory specialization courses

This course introduces to the learners the real atmosphere of learning and teaching at schools, scientific applications in the classroom and discussion of class events. Learners shall be trained on a number of teaching skills such as qualification for teaching, stimulating the learners’ previous learning, planning the lesson, activity management, asking questions, group management, various teaching methods, various assessment methods, development of work papers, simulating motivation and considering individual differences.

This course also aims at enabling learners to practice the actual teaching process by applying the knowledge learnt at the various courses. The learner shall be trained on striking a relation between theory and application and implementing the skills on which he / she received a theoretical training. In addition, the course targets at developing and improving the level of performance and the skills of learners whether teachers or employees by basically training them on applying what they have learnt such as modern knowledge and methods of teaching, assessment and the inclusion of children with special needs. Besides, learners shall be familiarized with the nature of applied education including the implementation of the educational and psychological principles in the field of planning, the development of educational aides, use of modern technologies and execution of all components of teaching.

EDU 481: Islamic Studies Teaching Methods Prerequisite: None

This course aims at introducing Islamic Education, its concept, the significance of teaching it in this age, its objectives, sources, difference between Islamic education and modern education and the analysis of the education process and the teaching methods. The course trains and familiarizes students with the planning process of teaching Islamic education, identification of the lesson elements and objectives and the selection of content and educational activities. It also identifies and trains students on the various methods of teaching the various branches of Islamic education and the modes of assessment which could be used in teaching Islamic education. The course covers the branches of Islamic education such as the Holy Quran, Noble Prophetic Hadith, Monotheism, Jurisprudence, Exegesis of the Holy Quran, Modes of Recitation, Prophetic Biography, Refinement and the main subjects of the Islamic education curricula for the various educational stages. Students shall be trained on using the educational aides and modern technologies in teaching the various branches of Islamic education as well as performance of assessment in Islamic education.

EDU 482: Arabic language Teaching Methods Prerequisite: None

This course studies the Arabic language in terms of its origin, development, factors of such development, features, structures, functions, methodologies, objectives and the psychological theories governing its learning by providing the students with the knowledge and skills related to the method using in teaching the Arabic language. The course also studies the nature of the language, its entity, skills, existing interrelations, nature of the outputs of linguistic learning, linguistic use in terms of unity and integration, systems of the Arabic language, function of the language for the individual and the community, phenomenon of linguistic weakness, its reasons and proposed corrective measures, methods and skills of teaching the branches of the language and linguistic activities. In addition, the course aims at familiarizing the students with the methodologies of the Arabic language in the various educational stages, branches of the Arabic language which represent an organic unity in the general linguistic system, and methods of teaching the branches of the Arabic language such as dictation, grammar, expression, rhythms and calligraphy. The student shall acquire the performance-based skills in teaching the Arabic language by adopting their modern orientations, scientific methodology, proper strategies and practical application of criticizing and assessing language learning.

EDU 483: English Language Teaching Methods Prerequisite: None

This course critically examines the contemporary approaches to English language teaching, in comparison with the traditional ones. Aspects of classroom practice will be analyzed, including the role of teachers and learners, classroom management, and teaching language skills in both an integrative and separate manner. The issues of language learning strategies and cooperative learning will also be covered. The course will address the four macro-language skills and their sub-skills: the teaching of vocabulary, reading, writing, speaking, grammar, and texts. Additional focus is on the latest approaches, methods, and techniques for teaching the four language skills as well as on grammar. It will also cover lesson planning, classroom management, and interactive language teaching.

EDU 484: Social Studies Teaching Methods Prerequisite: None

This course adds reassess the theoretical and practical basis of the methods of teaching social studies. The theoretical part includes a definition of the concept of social studies, social sciences and social subjects as well as the difference between each of them. It also introduces the approaches of social studies in terms of their nature, features and analysis as well as the methods and approaches followed in teaching social studies and the most important contemporary orientations in teaching them. The course also covers the features of the social studies teacher, the problem he / she faces and the means of overcoming them as well as the employment of technology in teaching social studies.

EDU 485: Mathematics Teaching Methods Prerequisite: None

This course introduces to students the nature of mathematics in the primary, preparatory and secondary stages and especially in the first three grades of the primary stage. The course analyzes the contents of mathematics and manifests the learning aspects included therein.

EDU 486: Sciences Teaching Methods Prerequisite: None

This course introduces to students the nature of mathematics in the primary, preparatory and secondary stages and especially in the first three grades of the primary stage. The course analyzes the contents of mathematics and manifests the learning aspects included therein.

This course aims at familiarizing students with the nature and features of mathematics, objectives of teaching mathematics in all educational stages in accordance with the standards of mathematical content, design of the curriculum, preparation of the class and lesson plans, and methods and approaches of teaching the elements of mathematical knowledge. The course also handles the development of the mathematical thought, problem solving, assessment process and the utilization of technology in the learning process. It stresses on the practical knowledge by training students on preparing and delivering model classes. Students shall be trained on the planning processes, formulation of educational objectives, selection of mathematical activities and problems and the use of technological means in teaching mathematics.

EDU 487: Information Technology Teaching Methods Prerequisite: None

This course addresses the implementation of the most important theories of learning and teaching, assessment methods in teaching Information Technology, and the formulation of the objectives of the Information Technology curricular lessons. It also deals with planning the Information Technology curricular lessons, class and laboratory management, means of dealing with the students, and using the teaching methods compatible with the Information Technology curricula such as minimal teaching, cooperative teaching, using the Internet, distance education, programmed education and individualization of education. The course also addresses the problems which face the junior PC teacher, how to overcome them and constructive and target-oriented assessment and evaluation of the colleagues’ teaching methods. Teaching shall be conducted in the PC laboratory.

EDU 475: Developed Systems and Policies of Education in UAE Prerequisite: None

This course aims to introduce the historical development of the education system in the Emirates, and aims to provide learners with a set of special knowledge developed by the Ministry of Education to license teachers and professional development for them. And the definition of the education system in the United Arab Emirates in general, and touches on the developmental aspects that have occurred in the course of education in the country, by examining the philosophical, cognitive, social and psychological foundations on which the education system in the country is built.

The course gives a clear picture of the school curriculum and its development in accordance with national standards, and seeks to cover efforts to care for and educate adults, as well as students with special needs and talented people, and the state’s endeavors to care for and encourage children of the state to proceed with excellence in the field of education.

Career Opportunities

Holders of the Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching may find jobs in the following fields:
Educationally-qualified teachers to teach:

  • Islamic Studies (Faith, Jurisprudence, Quran and Hadith).
  • Arabic Language (Reading, Listening, Expression, Calligraphy and Dictation).
  • English Language (Reading, Conversation and Listening, Expression, Calligraphy and Dictation).
  • Scientific disciplines such as Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geology.
  • Mathematics.
  • Social Studies (History, Geography and National Education).
  • PC and Information Technology.
  • Children with Special Needs (Gifted and Weak Achievers).

Faculty Profiles

Name: Dr. Khaled Younis AlDerbashi

Academic Position: Associate Professor/Head of PPDT Department.



Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching.


- Ph.D. degree in curriculum and instruction  from University of Jordan, 2007.

- M.A Degree in curriculum and teaching methods/science teaching methods from University of Jordan, 2003.

- B.A in education –field teacher (science) University of Jordan 1998.

- Diploma degree in science  Al- Balqa’ Applied university- Amman community college, 1986.

- Educational qualifying examination Al- Balqa’ Applied university- Amman community college, 1986.

Professional Experience:

-September 2014- Now Chair of professional diploma in teaching/ City University College of Ajman/ UAE

Teaching Areas:

  • Science teaching methods
  • Practical education
  • Educational Research.
  • Classroom management
  • Principles Of Education
  • Introduction to statistics

Research Areas:

  • Educational technology
  • Science teaching methods.
  • Curriculum Analysis.
  • General teaching methods
  • Curriculum Evaluation.
  • E-Learning

ارقم البحوث ؟

-September / 2011 -  September/ 2014. Vice principle/ Al Sholla private School in Sharjah/ UAE.

-  August/ 2010- August 2011 Faculty of Educational and Arts - Al Zaytoona University of Jordan.


  • A member in the committee of Queen Rania award for distinguished education. Jordan.

Conference Presentation:

  • Contemporary International Scientific Conference  for Educational , Social, Human , Administrative and Natural Sciences “ Present Vs Future Outlook. Global Proceedings Repository. American Research Foundation. ISSN 2476-017X 30 -31 Des- 2019. Turkey.
  • Annual international conference of the faculty of Arts Al Zaytounah university of Jordan “future prospects for education in changing the world” 3-4 Apr -2018


  1. Khaled Y. AlDerbashi (2021). Attitudes of Primary School Students in UAE Towards Using Digital Story-Telling as a Learning Method in Classroom. Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. ISSN 2224-5766 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0484 (Online) Vol.11, No.10, 2021
  1. Khaled Y. AlDerbashi (2021). The Training Needs of Teachers in Private Schools: A Comparative Study in Jordan and United Arab Emirates. International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM),, 9(3), 1599-1610.
  2. Khaled Y. Al- Derbashi (2019). Attitudes of PDT students at City University College of Ajman towards “Educational Inclusive Policy” in UAE. Global Proceedings Repository. American Research Foundation. ISSN 2476-017X
  3. Khaled Y. Al- Derbashi (2019). Introduction to statistics. University book shop, Sharjah,UAE. 1est , ISBN 978-9948-85-771-9.
  4. Khaled Y. Al- Derbashi. Saada A. Khadragy (2018 ).Exploring the level of utilizing online social networks as conventional learning settings in UAE from college instructors’ perspectives. Journal of new media and mass communication, ISSN 2224-3267. Vol.75, 2018.
  5. Khaled Y. AlDerbashi (2018). Exploring the importance and the obstacles of employing the Blended Learning approach in teaching from PDT students’ perspectives in the City University of Ajman. Annual International Conference of the Faculty of Arts – Al- Zaytoonah University of Jordan. 2018 P 97- 113. 17p.ISBN;9789957858346. Accession Number; 134349615.
  6. Khaled Y. AlDerbashi &Osama H.Abed (2017 ).The level of utilizing blended learning in teaching science from the point of view of science teachers in private schools of Ajman Educational Zone. Journal of Education and Practice, ISSN Vol.8,No.2,2017. PP 193-205.
  7. Khaled Y. AlDerbashi (2017 ).The effect of the flipped classroom strategy on eleventh grade students’ understanding of physics and their attitudes towards physics in Tonnb secondary school in the UAE. Journal of Education and Practice ISSN Vol.8, No.29, 2017. PP 102-105.
  8. Osama H. Abed & Khaled Y. AlDerbashi (2012 ).The interaction between an aesthetic approach in teaching “Newtin’s Laws” and general secondary education average, and its effect on class teachers students understanding of physical concepts and their attitudes towards physics. Journal of Educational and Psychological science. ISSN 1726-3670. Vol.13 No.4, 2012. Pp 219-244.
  9. Abed, Osama; Shalabi, Ilham& AlDirbashi, Khalid ( 2010). Analogies included in elementary stage science textbooks in Jordan: An analytical and evaluative study. University of Sharjah Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(3),209-240.

Name: Khamis Abdelbaky Ali Negm Rezk

Academic Position: Associate Professor



City University College of Ajman

Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching (PPDT) 


1- PhD in Curricula and Teaching Methods of Arabic Language from Kafrelsheikh University 2010

And Promotion to Associate Professor from Majmaah University 2017 in Curriculum and teaching methods of the Arabic language

Title of the doctoral thesis: asuggested programme to remediate the common errors of quran recitation and comprehension of the ninth year basic education stage 

2- Master of Curricula and Methods of Teaching Arabic Language (2005)

Tanta – KafrelSheikh University Branch

Master's thesis title: a suggested vision of an educational content using the eclectic approach in arabic achieving its goals at the the prep -stage

3- Special Diploma in Education, in curricula and teaching methods, 2001

Tanta – Kafr El-Sheikh University Branch

4- Bachelor of Education 1997 in

Arabic language.

Tanta – KafrelSheikh University Branch 

Professional Experience:

 1- Associate Professor of Curricula and Methods of Teaching Arabic at City University College of Ajman from 2021

2- Associate Professor Curriculum and Methods of Teaching Arabic Language,

Majmaah University, Saudi Arabia (2017-2018).

3- Assistant Professor of Curricula and Teaching Methods of Arabic Language,

Majmaah University in Saudi Arabia - College of Education in Zulfi - Department of Educational (2011-2017)

Teaching Areas: 

(1) Arabic language

(2) Islamic Education

(3) Curricula

(4) Teaching methods


(Research Areas:

(1) Methods of teaching Arabic to native speakers and to non-native speakers, directly or remotely. I have a strategy for teaching in my name, (the pens of judges) It is the most recent is teaching strategy in the world that I presented at the international conference in Sharjah, Oct 2020

(2) Curriculum development, where the subject of my master's thesis is concerned with developing the Arabic language curriculum using the eclectic approach

(3) Treatment of common linguistic and religious errors, and this was discussed in my PhD thesis.

(4) Care of linguistic and religious creativity and attention to the talented and I have a research paper about this

(5) Various religious and linguistic issues, as well as the use of technology in teaching the Arabic language, and I have several researches on that



 (1) Egyptian Teachers Syndicate

(2) The Egyptian Association for Curricula and Teaching Methods

(3) (ARID platform) for Arab researchers

(4) The International Federation of the Arabic Language

(5) Participant in several linguistic and educational forums in various fields, including teaching Arabic to non-native speakers


Conference Presentation: 

 (1) A forward-looking vision for the role of the Holy Quran Societies in caring for the gifted in religious recitation and Preaching - The Forum for Quality and Excellence in the Holy Quran Memorization Societies (Future Visions and Successful Strategies in Teaching the Holy Quran) organized by the Holy Quran Memorization Association in Zulfi Governorate January 2018 .

(2) A proposed strategy entitled (Judges Pens) for teaching Arabic and Islamic education directly and remotely , The Fourth International Conference of the Educational Center for the Arabic Language in Sharjah October 2020

(3) The role of digital repositories in improving university students ’education in light of the current challenges. The First International Conference of the College of Basic Education, University of Diyala, Iraq, April 2021.


(1) A proposed conception for the treatment of oral reading defects electronically for primary school students, Research supported by the Human and Administrative Sciences Research Center at Majmaah University, Journal of the College of Education, Suez Canal University, Volume 6, Issue 4, October 2013

(2) The effectiveness of a proposed program based on role-playing and storytelling in developing the skills of narration and poetic singing among kindergarten students at the Faculty of Education in Zulfi, The Egyptian Journal of Reading and Knowledge, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams

University, Issue 165, August 2015.

(3) The level of Islamic studies students in the College of Education in Zulfi in using the Qur’anic control marks in understanding the verses of the Qur’an while reading and listening. The International Journal of Educational Research - issued by the College of Education at the United Arab Emirates University, Volume 41, Issue (2), 2017.

(4) The extent to which students of Islamic studies in the College of Education are able to pass judgments on contemporary jurisprudential issues, Journal of Educational and Psychological Sciences, Qassim University, the third issue of the twelfth volume, 1440 AH

(5) The degree of mastery of the skills of placing morphology and grammar marks on words among students of the Arabic Language Department at the College of Education, Journal of Humanities at Al Baha University, Volume 21, Issue 1, 2017.

Name: Moustafa Kamal Ramadan Moussa
Academic Position: Assistant Professor
College/Department: Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching.


  • PhD in Education, Specialized in Educational Technology, Ain Shams University, 2012.
  • Master of Education, Specialized in Educational Technology, Ain Shams University, 2008.
  • Diploma of Educational Technology, Ain Shams University, 2003.
  • Bachelor of Education, Specialized in Educational Technology, Ain Shams University, 2001.

Professional Experience:

  • September 2021 – Present: Assistant Professor of Educational Technology, City University College of Ajman, UAE.
  • September 2015 – August 2021: Assistant Professor of Educational Technology, College of Education, King Khalid University, KSA.
  • November 2012 – August 2015: Assistant Professor of Educational Technology, Faculty of Specific Education, Ain Shams University, Egypt.
  • November 2008 - November 2012: Lecturer at Educational Technology Department, Faculty of Specific Education, Ain Shams University, Egypt.
  • December 2001 - November 2008: Demonstrator at Educational Technology Department, Faculty of Specific Education, Ain Shams University, Egypt.

Teaching Areas:

  • Educational Technology.
  • Instructional Design.
  • E-learning.
  • Information Technology Teaching Methods.
  • Computer in Education.

Research Areas:

  • E-learning Design.
  • Blended Learning.
  • Educational Virtual Environments.
  • Learning Management Systems.
  • E-content Development.

Conference Presentation:

  • “Creative Thinking and the Ambitions of the Egyptian Reality”, Cairo International Convention Center, 14-15 April 2007.
  • The First Forum of Creativity for Students of the Faculties of Specific Education in Egyptian Universities, Faculty of Specific Education, Ain Shams University, 28 Aug – 2 Sep 2015.


  • Basheer, H., Moussa, M., Farag, M., & Aldesouky, M. (2012). The impact of Different Blending Levels in Blended Learning Programs on the practice of Designing Electronic Courses skills of Educational Technology Students. Education Technology – Studies and Research, 253-208. ISSN: 2636-3364.
  • Moussa, M., Farag, M., Basheer, H., & Aldesouky, M. (2013). Designing Electronic Courses skills that Educational Technology Students must have. Education Technology – Studies and Research, 335-347. ISSN: 2636-3364.
  • Abdulrazik, M., Moussa, M., & Alsharawy, S. (2018) Cyberbullying among King Khalid University Students (Psychometric/Clinical Study). Special Education and Rehabilitation Journal, 8(28), 43-82. ISSN: 2735-3141.
  • Alshahrani, H., & Moussa, M. (2021) The Use of Virtual Classrooms in Graduate Programs from the Perspective of the Faculty of Education at College of Education King Khalid University. Alustath Journal for Human & Social Sciences (UJHSS), 60(3), 183-216. ISSN: 2518-9263.